California women in botany : interviews conducted by Carol Holleuffer ; with introductions by Lincoln Constance, Betty Gilchrist, Peter Rowlands, and John Hunter ; The Bancroft Library, Regional Oral History Office,
UC Herbarium botanist, collector and interpreter of Baja California plants.
Botanist and conservationist of the Inyo region.
McClintock, Elizabeth May,
California Academy of Sciences curator, ornamental plant specialist.
Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.
Berkeley, Calif. :
University of California,
Includes supplementary material.
Interview is part of the Women in Botany Project.
Three women botanists discuss their careers as hebarium curators, collectors of plant specimens, and conservationsists of flora and habitat.
Annetta Carter: Herbarium Botanist, Collector and Interpreter of Baja California plants. | Discusses the UC Dept. of Botany and Herbarium, 1930's-1980's; Baja California trips with Annie Alexander and Louise Kellogg, 1940's.
Mary DeDecker: Botanist and Conservationist of the Inyo Region. | Discusses interest in Inyo region flora; struggles with Los Angeles Dept. of Water and Power to preserve Owens Valley environment; conservation work with Bureau of Land Management and National Park Se
Elizabeth McClintock: California Academy of Sciences Curator, Ornamental Plant Specialist. | Discusses career as herbarium curator; collecting ornamental plants; conservation of rare native plants in San Francisco.
Conservation of natural resources
Dept. of Botany
University of California, Berkeley