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Box 1

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Contains 5 Collections and/or Records:

[Fuschia] Glory Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12Identifier: ecb00010
Scope and Contents: This collection contains one decorative title page and 103 watercolor paintings of flowers made by Caroline Murdoch for Caroline L.W. French. The paintings are dated from 1867-1869. Also includes two small printed gift labels and two original bindings. The scientific name is often written on the recto of the painting in black ink or in pencil on the verso. Common names are sometimes included. Corrected or supplied names that were added by library staff appear in square brackets....

Gardenias, Florida and Fortuniana, 1869 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12Identifier: ecb00010
Scope and Contents: Plate embossed: Reynolds' abraded surface drawing board. Inscribed: Painted for Miss French May 1869. C.D. Murdoch.

Gladiolus lyonii given by Mrs. Charles Hovey Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12Identifier: ecb00010
Scope and Contents: This collection contains one decorative title page and 103 watercolor paintings of flowers made by Caroline Murdoch for Caroline L.W. French. The paintings are dated from 1867-1869. Also includes two small printed gift labels and two original bindings. The scientific name is often written on the recto of the painting in black ink or in pencil on the verso. Common names are sometimes included. Corrected or supplied names that were added by library staff appear in square brackets....

[Galanthus, Snow drops] Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12Identifier: ecb00010
Scope and Contents: Partially painted sketch on back.

Fringed Gentian grown near Miller's[?] Farm in Andover Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12Identifier: ecb00010
Scope and Contents: This collection contains one decorative title page and 103 watercolor paintings of flowers made by Caroline Murdoch for Caroline L.W. French. The paintings are dated from 1867-1869. Also includes two small printed gift labels and two original bindings. The scientific name is often written on the recto of the painting in black ink or in pencil on the verso. Common names are sometimes included. Corrected or supplied names that were added by library staff appear in square brackets....