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[2 unidentified wildflowers], undated Digital

Item — Box: 8, Folder: 16Identifier: far00007, Series I, No. 708
Scope and Contents: This collection contains watercolors, photographs, notes, correspondence, and reprints pertaining to Allen’s interest in mycology. The collection spans 1902-1925. There are eight boxes of original watercolor illustrations of fungi, an index of the watercolors, a box of notes describing fungi, primarily the genera Lactarius and Russula, photographs of fungi, reprints of articles about Russula, and one letter from Edward Thompson Harper. Waltercolors are stamped with a unique number....

A. Anomodon toccoae, Sulliv et Lesqx.; B. Pilotrichum cymbifolium, Sulliv. Digital

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: RARE BOOK S949i, Plate 76
Scope and Contents: This collection contains August Schrader's original pencil drawings that were published in William S. Sullivant's, "Icones muscorum, or, Figures and descriptions of most of those mosses peculiar to eastern North America which have not been heretofore figured." The book was published in 1864. Drawings bound in one volume.

A. Campylopus leanus., Sulliv.; B. Campylopus viridis, Sulliv. et Lexsqx. Digital

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: RARE BOOK S949i, Plate 18
Scope and Contents: This collection contains August Schrader's original pencil drawings that were published in William S. Sullivant's, "Icones muscorum, or, Figures and descriptions of most of those mosses peculiar to eastern North America which have not been heretofore figured." The book was published in 1864. Drawings bound in one volume.

A. Campylopus tallulensis, Sulliv. et Lesqx; B. Campylopus leucotrichus, Sulliv. et Lesqx. Digital

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: RARE BOOK S949i, Plate 17
Scope and Contents: This collection contains August Schrader's original pencil drawings that were published in William S. Sullivant's, "Icones muscorum, or, Figures and descriptions of most of those mosses peculiar to eastern North America which have not been heretofore figured." The book was published in 1864. Drawings bound in one volume.

A. Flaummula; B. Leucoporus tricoloma Mtg, 1891 February [13?] Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 54Identifier: RARE BOOK, P313q, Collection numbers 5448/5438
Scope and Contents: Location: Motzorongo, D. de Cordova, E. de Vz.

A. Lentinus; B. Leucoporus tricholoma Mtg, 1891 February [13?] Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 53Identifier: RARE BOOK, P313q, Collection numbers 5472/5491
Scope and Contents: Location: Motzorongo, D. de Cordova, E. de Vz.

Acaulon schimperianum, Sulliv Digital

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: RARE BOOK S949i, Plate 9
Scope and Contents: This collection contains August Schrader's original pencil drawings that were published in William S. Sullivant's, "Icones muscorum, or, Figures and descriptions of most of those mosses peculiar to eastern North America which have not been heretofore figured." The book was published in 1864. Drawings bound in one volume.

Agaricaceae: Keys to Fungi Digital

File — Box: 9, Folder: 25-26Identifier: far00007, II
Scope and Contents: Keys to Eccilia; Nolania; Clitopilus; Lepista; Entoloma; Pluteus; Leptoniella; Leptonia. From North American Flora, volume 10, part 2, 1917.

Agaricus arvensis, 1907 October 12 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: far00007, Series I, No. 1
Scope and Contents: This collection contains watercolors, photographs, notes, correspondence, and reprints pertaining to Allen’s interest in mycology. The collection spans 1902-1925. There are eight boxes of original watercolor illustrations of fungi, an index of the watercolors, a box of notes describing fungi, primarily the genera Lactarius and Russula, photographs of fungi, reprints of articles about Russula, and one letter from Edward Thompson Harper. Waltercolors are stamped with a unique number....

Agaricus brunescens, 1903 August 8 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: far00007, Series I, No. 2
Scope and Contents: This collection contains watercolors, photographs, notes, correspondence, and reprints pertaining to Allen’s interest in mycology. The collection spans 1902-1925. There are eight boxes of original watercolor illustrations of fungi, an index of the watercolors, a box of notes describing fungi, primarily the genera Lactarius and Russula, photographs of fungi, reprints of articles about Russula, and one letter from Edward Thompson Harper. Waltercolors are stamped with a unique number....