Scope and Contents: The collection is comprised of 9 color illustrations; 32 cm. Prepared for but not used in D.C. Eaton's Ferns of North America (1879-1880).
Scope and content: This collection consists of collecting lists and field notes, primarily from Palmer’s time in Mexico. Lists pertain to collections made from 1880-1897. Field notes are mostly from Acapulco in 1894-1895 and Durango in 1896.
Scope and Content: The Rand collection consist of correspondence, manuscripts, clippings, diaries, plant lists, and notes pertaining to Rand’s botanical interests and involvement with the Champlain Society.
Scope and Content: The Davenport papers contain correspondence, manuscripts, herbarium sheets, photographs, etchings, a family tree, and paper ephemera. The bulk of the Davenport papers consists of correspondence dated 1872-1907, primarily pertaining to Davenport’s botanical interests.
Overview: The Manasseh Cutler papers consist of notebooks of observations of plants, notebooks of extracts from books and letters, dated from 1782 to 1808, and a small group of loose materials, which includes material created in 1856 after Cutler's death.
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: This collection contains 22 watercolor paintings of plants from the Bahamas and landscapes from Nassau, New Providence. Some are signed.
Scope and Contents: The collection is arranged in two series: manuscripts and drawings.The manuscripts come from several authors and include lists of plants collected on the expedition; some lists appear to have been prepared during the expedition, some appear to have been prepared later. A letter from Brackenridge is accompanied by a brief catalog of phanerogams collected in Hawaii. A letter from Francis Boott is accompanied by notes on Carex and Uncinia. Asa Gray’s notes and his 1650 page...
Scope and Content: The Harris collection is divided into three series: Correspondence, Botanical Lectures, and Notebooks.Correspondence consists of about 20 letters to Harris which were bundled by subject, some with notes pertaining to subject -- general botanical, hemp, Lycopsis virginica and Myosotis arvensis, soybeans, squashes and entomology. Subject headings are not in Harris’s handwriting. There are also 6 letters which were found among Harris’s lecture notes and moved to this series....
Scope and Content:: This collection contains letters to Floyd and others from about 60 correspondents. Most correspondents are represented by only one letter. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically and mostly dates from the late 19th to early 20th centuries.