Nicolaus Binder and John Torrey correspondence, 1836. (Book, 1836) [WorldCat.org]
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Nicolaus Binder and John Torrey correspondence, 1836.

Author: Nicolaus Binder
Series: John Torrey papers, series 1, correspondence.
Edition/Format:   Manuscript : Letter   Archival Material : English
Summary:
Correspondence from Nicolaus Binder to John Torrey, dated 1836, in which Binder asks Torrey to send him any specimens of algae or zoophytes he can spare, particularly those from the region of North America, though he says he will happily accept others as well. A notation in Torrey's hand indicates that the letter was included "in a parcel from Lehmann."
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Personal correspondence
Named Person: Nicolaus Binder; John Torrey; Johann Georg Christian Lehmann; John Torrey
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Nicolaus Binder
OCLC Number: 974491067
Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 folder (1 letter)
Series Title: John Torrey papers, series 1, correspondence.
Other Titles: New York Botanical Garden Archives.
John Torrey
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Correspondence from Nicolaus Binder to John Torrey, dated 1836, in which Binder asks Torrey to send him any specimens of algae or zoophytes he can spare, particularly those from the region of North America, though he says he will happily accept others as well. A notation in Torrey's hand indicates that the letter was included "in a parcel from Lehmann."

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