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Scope and Contents: This is a collection of 16 color lithographs of one plate from Farlow, W., and Burt, E. (1929). Icones Farlowianae : Illustrations of the larger Fungi of eastern North America. Cambridge, Mass.: The Farlow Library and Herbarium of Harvard University. The lithographs are samples that resulted from several impressions, or strikings, of different colors super-imposed. Includes one page with handwritten note: Prof. W.G. Farlow compliments Heliotype Printing Co., 211...
Scope and Content: This collection primarily consists of original watercolor illustrations of fungi by Bridgham and Krieger prepared for Farlow and used in his posthumously published monograph, “Icones Farlowianae: illustrations of the larger fungi of eastern North America.” The illustrations are based on voucher specimens deposited in the Farlow Herbarium. There are over 300 illustrations by Bridgham, arranged alphabetically by genus and species. There are around 350 illustrations by Krieger,...
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America which have not yet been figured, Supplement, by the late William S. Sullivant ; printers proofs and nineteen unpublished drawings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.
Overview: The collection contains pencil sketches, some with watercolors, by Paul Maury of fungi collected in Mexico from May, 1890 through February of 1891. Collection numbers in red ink, and localities, and dates in Maury's hand. Plate numbers, descriptions, determinations, and plate numbers added by N. Patouillard.
Scope and Contents: This collection includes Ivan Mackenzie Lamb, later known as Elke Mackenzie, correspondence, field work papers, manuscripts, research notes, plant lists, financial records from travels and research, illustrations from Benthic Marine Algae of the Antarctic Peninsula, a logbook of dives, and photographs.
Overview: This collection contains correspondence sent to Joseph Bridgham requesting commissions of scientific illustrations relating to botany, entomology, and natural history.
Scope and Content: The collection contains correspondence, teaching materials, photographs and glass plate negatives, drawings, laboratory and field notes, and manuscript materials for articles and monographs, primarily pertaining to Faull’s botanical work.
Scope and Contents: This collection contains letters to Moses Ashley Curtis dated 1859-1868. Correspondents are Elliot Calvin Howe, Ezra Michener, and Henry William Ravenel.
Scope and content: The Thaxter collection consists of three diaries written by Thaxter chronicling trips with his sons John and Roland between 1860 and 1875.