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Scope and Content:
The Collins papers are divided into three series: I. Correspondence; II. Photographic materials; and III. Notes and ephemera. Materials pertain primarily to his fieldwork.
Scope and Content: Bailey’s letters to James Franklin Collins, Professor of Botany at Brown University, comprise the bulk of the collection and pertain to activities of the New England Botanical Club and the Botany Department at Brown. There are around 300 letters, many of which were written to Bailey by other botanists and forwarded by him to Collins.The remainders of the Bailey materials consist of notes on Bailey's life, an autobiographical sketch and six poems by Bailey, and a flyer for...