Correspondence : Regel (Eduard) and Engelmann (George), 1857-1887. (Book, 1857) [WorldCat.org]
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Correspondence : Regel (Eduard) and Engelmann (George), 1857-1887.
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Correspondence : Regel (Eduard) and Engelmann (George), 1857-1887.

Author: E Regel
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : German
Summary:
Incoming correspondence to George Engelmann from Eduard August von Regel, for 1857-1887. The correspondence relates to an exchange of specimens of Russian and Japanese plants and publications for American ones; Pinus seed suitable for Russian climate. Engelmann's visit in 1868 in Germany.

Folder contains original letters.

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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Letters
Personal correspondence
Named Person: George Engelmann; E Regel; Asa Gray; John Torrey; Alexander Braun; C J Maximowicz; Alexander Braun; George Engelmann; Asa Gray; C J Maximowicz; John Torrey
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: E Regel
OCLC Number: 871571948
Language Note: Original material in German, with typewritten English translation. Some material in French, without typewritten English translation.
Description: 1 folder 10 letters (39 linear feet)
Other Titles: George Engelmann Papers,

Abstract:

Incoming correspondence to George Engelmann from Eduard August von Regel, for 1857-1887. The correspondence relates to an exchange of specimens of Russian and Japanese plants and publications for American ones; Pinus seed suitable for Russian climate. Engelmann's visit in 1868 in Germany.

Folder contains original letters.

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