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Bound notebook. On spine: "Wilson. Numerical list of seeds collected", 1899-1901 Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 3, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.II
Scope and Contents: Numerical list and description of seeds numbers: 1-1310 - Propagation data on seed numbers 1-1310, in reverse order with Ernest Henry Wilson's comments on degree of success. - Numerical list and description of specimen numbers: 1-2800 - Consignment data on three shipments from Hong Kong, December 2-December 27, 1899. - List "a". Plant list. - Inserted sheet with a list of "Plants wanted from Hong Kong and Ceylon." - Notes entitled "Lankai and Yunnan" - List "a" of orchids from Yunnan. - List of...

Copy of a letter from Charles Sprague Sargent to Veitch with advice for EHW's first expedition, March 17, 1899. Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 2, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.II, Box 4, folder 2
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

EHW's notebook: "Hosie's itinerary. Tatien-lu to Chentu..." (Notes from A. Hosie, "Three years in Western China," 1887?) Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 4, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.II
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

General instructions from Messrs. Veitch, 1902.

Digital Record Identifier: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:ARB.JPLIB:2466169

General instructions from Messrs. Veitch, 1902 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 1, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III, 1
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Jack, John George, "Pike's Peak, Plum Creek, and South Platte Forest Reserves., 1900. Digital

Item Identifier: II A-3 JGJ, II.
Scope and Contents: This collection contains biographical information, correspondence, research notes, images, and writings of John George Jack. 172 images of eastern Asia taken in 1905 have been digitized and are available on VIA.

Memorandum and agreement between James Veitch & Sons, Royal Exotic Nursery, Kings Road, Chelsea, and EHW concerning Wilson's first expedition to China for Messrs. Veitch. Two copies, one includes a sheet with "alterations", March 27, 1899 Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 1, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.II
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Notebook. Records kept at the Veitch nurseries, 1899-1905. "Numerical list of seeds numbers: 1-1907 collected by E.H. Wilson on his first and second expeditions to China for Messrs. Veitch & Sons, 1899-1905; records kept at the Veitch nurseries", 1899-1905 Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 5, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.II
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

(Unnumbered Book): Ichang to Sui Fu, March 15-April 24, 1904. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 9, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

(Unnumbered Book): Kiating to Chengtu. Includes hand-drawn map and insert of six leaves of geological notes, May 6-September 19, 1904. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 10, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...