This collection consists of the digitized correspondence of John Torrey, a prominent 19th century botanist. The correspondence discusses botanical topics including publications and plant identifications, particularly of algae, diatoms, microorganisms, and marine sediments.
This collection consists of the digitized correspondence of John Torrey, a prominent 19th century botanist. Topics: Bailey, Jacob Whitman, 1811-1857 - Correspondence. Torrey, John, 1796-1873 - Correspondence. Biodiversity Heritage Library.
1 v Topics: Science, Science.
New York Botanical Garden - John Torrey Collection. 267. Biodiversity Heritage Library Seed & Nursery Catalogs. The LuEsther T. Mertz Library of the New York Botanical Garden digitized a select group of books and journals from its holdings of significant floras of state and local regions. Works were chosen mainly from two bibliographies on the subject; one by Nathaniel Lord Britton, A list of state and local floras of the United States and British America. New York: 1890; and the other by Alice C. Atwood, State and local floras. Wild Flower Preservation Society, 1930. 1 v Topics: Science, Science.
New York Botanical Garden. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. John Torrey (1796-1873).
CATALOG OF THE MANUSCRIPT AND ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS AND INDEX TO THE CORRESPONDENCE OF JOHN TORREY The New York . Index to the Correspondence of John. 1 volume (10x14) approx.
CATALOG OF THE MANUSCRIPT AND ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS AND INDEX TO THE CORRESPONDENCE OF JOHN TORREY The New York Botanical Garden Library.
The Archives of The New York Botanical Garden provide a comprehensive history of the growth and development of The .
The Archives of The New York Botanical Garden provide a comprehensive history of the growth and development of The Garden since its inception in 1891 as well as chart the history of American botanical science and horticulture as fields of study. The collections contain nearly a mile of unpublished archival documents and manuscripts such as correspondence, working papers, field notebooks, photographs, architectural plans, maps, illustrations, portraits, and artifacts. The Archives are arranged in three main categories: The institutional records were created as a result of official Garden activities.
Related/Analytical: New York Botanical Garden Archives. Correspondence from . Lundgren to John Torrey, dated April 27, 1852. Series: John Torrey papers ; series 1, correspondence. creator/236679 active. Lundgren expresses regret that he has missed Torrey at the Medical College in New York, and informs him he is leaving that evening for a collecting trip to the American South, though he has misgivings about the funding of the trip. The second document is an undated list titled, "Catalogue.
Library of the New York Botanical Garden. 1973; Mary Gunn and Leslie E. Codd, Botanical Exploration of Southern Africa. A " Catalogue of Portraits of Botanists Exhibited in the Museums of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Встречается в книгах (20) с 1869 по 2006. Cape Town 1981; Irving William Knobloch, compil. "A preliminary verified list of plant collectors in Mexico. Встречается в книгах (29) с 1931 по 2006.
190 pages : 31 cm. Includes index
190 pages : 31 cm. Includes index. A view from Kew - Global missions - Glories of the garden - An American Kew - A garden of gardens - New York's Crystal Palace - Plant hunters extraordinary - A garden of learning - Green gold and acid rain - A new century. Includes bibliographical references.
The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is a botanical garden located at Bronx Park, in the Bronx, New York City. The 250-acre (100 ha) site contains a landscape with over one million living plants; the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, a greenhouse containing several habitats; and the LuEsther T. Mertz Library, which contains one of the world's largest collections of botany-related texts. As of 2016, over a million people visit the New York Botanical Garden annually.
Please also feel free to contact us with reference questions about how manuscript and archival collections . Calendar of the Emmet Collection of Manuscripts etc. Relating to American History (New York: The New York Public Library, 1959).
Patrons unable to visit the Library are asked to submit remote reference questions through the Reader Application Form. Colonial Latin American Manuscripts in the Rich Collection by Edwin Blake Brownrigg (New York: The New York Public Library, 1978). Guide to the Budke Collection by John H. Bennett (Nyack: Benlind, 1975).