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Walker, James, 1856-1873 Digital

File Identifier: gra00078
Scope and Contents: This collection, approximately 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker,...

Wall, Guy, 1876 Digital

File Identifier: gra00078
Scope and Contents: This collection, approximately 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker,...

Wallace, Alfred R. Digital

File Identifier: gra00078
Scope and Contents: This collection, approximately 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker,...

Wallace, Alfred Russel Digital

File — Volume: 5, Page: 97Identifier: gra00084
Scope and Contents: 3 page letter from Pensylum, Croydon, England, 17 January 1881.

Wallengren, Hans Thure Sigurd, 1883 Digital

File — drawer: P1.3Identifier: gra00067, I
Scope and Contents: The following is a list of senders of the Davenport letters, with notations of number of letters and their inclusive years for each sender. In most cases the names of senders serve as folder titles; when "mounted postcards" are mentioned, however, users must refer to the postcard files at the end of the alphabet.

Wallich, Nathaniel Digital

File — Volume: 5, Page: 98Identifier: gra00084
Scope and Contents: 4 page letter from London, England, 12 January 1851. Image: pencil drawing 6 x 8 3/8.

Wallich, Nathaniel, 1851 Digital

File Identifier: gra00078
Scope and Contents: This collection, approximately 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker,...

Wallroth, [Carl] Freidrich Wilhelm Digital

File — Volume: 5, Page: 98Identifier: gra00084
Scope and Contents: 1 page letter from Heringen, Nordhausen, Prussia, 1 November 1828.

Wally, Clara L., undated Digital

File — drawer: P1.2Identifier: gra00067, I
Scope and Contents: The following is a list of senders of the Davenport letters, with notations of number of letters and their inclusive years for each sender. In most cases the names of senders serve as folder titles; when "mounted postcards" are mentioned, however, users must refer to the postcard files at the end of the alphabet.

Walton, George Lincoln, 1914 Digital

File — Box: 5, Folder: 6Identifier: gra00073, I
Scope and Contents: This series contains letters from almost 500 correspondents, addressed mostly to Walter Deane. The majority of the correspondents are botanists, but some letters are from Deane’s relatives, companies with which he dealt, and botanical and ornithological organizations. The correspondence was originally arranged alphabetically by sender in several chronological segments, with the letters of a few individuals pulled out as separate collections. The letters are currently filed in one...