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Icones muscorum, : or, Figures and descriptions of most of those mosses peculiar to North America which have not yet been figured, Supplement, by the late William S. Sullivant ; printers proofs and nineteen unpublished drawings
Scope and Contents: Bound volume of 68 printer's proofs from the published work "Icones muscorum, : Or Figures and descriptions of most of those mosses peculiar to North America which have not yet been figured, Supplement, by the late William S. Sullivant." Also includes 19 original drawings that do not appear in the published work. The monograph was published in 1874. August Schrader was the illustrator.Plate numbers 15, 21, 30, 41, 42, 58, 66, 67, 70, 72, 74, 78, and 81 are not included in this...
Icones muscorum, or, : Figures and descriptions of most of those mosses peculiar to eastern North America by William S. Sullivant ; original drawings by A. Schrader
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.
Scope and Contents: Bound manuscript containing original pencil drawings and notes of Mexican mosses collected by C.H. Berendt in 1865. Compiled by William S. Sullivant and illustrated by August Scrader. Includes list of determinations compiled from 1974-1976 by F. Bowers, L. Spessard, A.J. Sharp, and D.H. Smith.
Scope and Content: This collection consists primarily of correspondence. Major correspondents are Leo Lesquereux, William Starling Sullivant, and Coe Finch Austin. There are also notes used in the preparation of “Mosses of North America,” collecting lists, and miscellaneous manuscript material.
Scope and content: The Sullivant papers contain bound and loose correspondence, drawings, manuscript materials, exsiccatae, photographs, reproductions of correspondence, and biographical materials, primarily pertaining to Sullivant’s bryological studies.