COLLECTIONS: 41 - 47 of 47
Scope and Content: The Singer collection consists of correspondence, handwritten and typed manuscript material, notes, and receipts pertaining to Rolf Singer’s work as a mycologist. The bulk of the materials is from Singer's time at Harvard in the 1940s.
Scope and Contents: The sketchbook describes and illustrates specimens collected when Henrietta Page was enrolled in 3-week long natural history classes held in Alstead, New Hampshire, the summers of 1902 and 1903. Other Massachusetts collecting localities include Peabody, Lynn, Manchester, Boston, Cohasset, Chestnut Hill, Waban, etc. The specimens described in the sketchbook and originally deposited in the Alstead School's fungarium are now part of the New York Botanical Garden's collections. "Vol. 2" written on...
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 Ahmadjian papers contain correspondence, photographs, microscopic images, drawings, specimens, laboratory notes, maps, manuscripts, and publications. The collection documents Ahmadjian’s work on lichen symbiosis, his professional career, and his participation in professional organizations.
Scope and Content: This collection contains one bound volume of letters sent to Terry, dated approximately 1864-1913. There are also photographs and printed material.
Scope and Contents: The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, sketchbooks and loose drawings, scrapbooks, publication proofs, research notes, spore prints, photographs, financial records, diplomas and certificates, artifacts, and additional paper ephemera pertaining to Farlow’s research, teaching duties, and administrative work. Some material related to the Farlow Herbarium was added to the collection after Farlow's death.
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.