COLLECTIONS: 1 - 25 of 65
This collection consists of correspondence between Blakeslee and other botanists between 1923 and and 1936 as well as correspondence pertaining to him, field notes, and his work with mucor cultures, specifically "Nutrient I-III".
Andrew Denny Rodgers planned to write a biography on botanist William Gilson Farlow. This collection primarily contains the handwritten notes and research materials for that project. There is some original Farlow correspondence that Rodgers collected. The biography was not finished or published.
This collection contains correspondence, notes, and research material relating to Seymour’s mycological work.
The volume relates to part of the Jacob Whitman Bailey bequest to the Boston Society of Natural History. The volume was produced in 1860, and is inscribed: Catalogue of the unmounted materials in the “Bailey” Collection in the Boston Society of Natural History, also of the Daguerreotypes, Photographs and Drawings.
Some of these materials were later gifted to the Farlow Herbarium.
This collection includes a notebook filled with illustrations and notes related to cryptogamic botany. The notebook was created by geneticist Clyde E. Keeler, who earned his PhD from Harvard University in the 1920s.
The Clarke collection contains correspondence, photographs, and manuscript materials.
The Linder collection consists of correspondence, specimen lists, manuscripts, illustrative matter and plate proofs, and photographs pertaining to Linder’s mycological research and curatorship of the Farlow Library.
Edward Jacob Forster Index Agaricinorum et Boletorumi: An Index Catalogue of American Agarics & Boleti
The Bartram papers contain correspondence, specimen lists, keys, and manuscripts pertaining to Bartram's bryological research in the United States and overseas.
21 letters, including specimen lists, from Elizabeth G. Britton to Edwin Faxon dated 1890-1895. 22 letters, including specimen lists, from Carl F. Warnstorf to E. Faxon dated 1889-1892 written in German.
This collection includes Elke Mackenzie's 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.
This collection contains indices, checklists, exsiccatae, accession lists, and some field notes related to the Farlow Herbarium specimen collections. Some general administrative information on the Farlow Herbarium is also included.
Correspondence between Frank Shipley Collins and Canadian naturalist John Macoun, William Ralph Maxon (Smithsonian Institution), Frits Johansen (Victoria Memorial Museum, Ottawa), and H.H. Bartlett (United States Department of Agriculture) dated 1904-1919. Also includes multiple algae lists from Macoun and biographical information on Collins.
This collection consists of correspondence, photocopied articles, handwritten notes, slides, and photographs pertaining to Sparrow’s manuscript of his address on Anton de Bary at the Second Mycological Congress, 1977 August-September. The address was published in Mycologia, March-April 1978, vol. LXX, no. 2, pp. 213-222.