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Asa Gray correspondence files,

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Alternative: Asa Gray correspondence files of the Gray Herbarium

Alternative: Historic letters, 1838-1892.

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Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910 , Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907 , Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873 , Arnold Arboretum , Backhouse, James , Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 , Ball, John , Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895 , Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855 , Bentham, George, 1800-1884 , Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885 , Boott, Francis, 1792-1863 , Boston Society of Natural History , Botany--Research , Botany--Societies, etc , Botany--Study and teaching (Higher) , Botany--United States--History--19th century , Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884 , Bussey Institution , Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904 , Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893 , Carnegie Institution of Washington , Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889 , Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872 , Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895 , Darlington, William, 1782-1863 , Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882 , Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882 , Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873 , Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895 , Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887 , Engelmann, George, 1809-1884 , Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium , Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson), 1844-1919 , Fendler, Augustus, 1813-1883 , Fernald, Merritt Lyndon, 1873-1950 , Fries, Elias, 1794-1878 , Gray, Asa, 1810-1888 , Greene, Edward Lee, 1843-1915 , Gregory, Emily L. (Emily Lovira), 1841-1897 , Hance, Henry Fletcher , Harvard University Faculty , Harvard University. Gray Herbarium , Harvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology , Harvard University. Natural History Society , Harvard University--Administration , Harvey, William H. (William Henry), 1811-1866 , Henry, Joseph, 1797-1878 , Herbaria , Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 , Hooker, Joseph Dalton, Sir, 1817-1911 , Hooker, William Jackson, Sir, 1785-1865 , LeConte, John L. (John Lawrence), 1825-1883 , Lehmann, Johann George Christian, 1792-1860 , Lesquereux, Leo, 1806-1889 , Lowell, John Amory, 1798-1881 , Mann, Horace, 1844-1868 , Martius, Karl Friedrich Philipp von, 1794-1868 , Mueller, Ferdinand von, 1825-1896 , Muir, John, 1838-1914 , Munro, William, 1818-1880 , Natural selection , Nuttall, Thomas, 1786-1859 , Oliver, Daniel, 1830-1916 , Olmsted, Frederick Law, 1822-1903 , Olney, Stephen Thayer, 1812-1878 , Palmer, Edward, 1829-1911 , Parry, C. C. (Charles Christopher), 1823-1890 , Peters, Thomas Minott , Plants--Nomenclature , Prestele, Josep, 1796-1867 , Pringle, Cyrus G. (Cyrus Guernsey), 1838-1911 , Putnam, George Palmer, 1814-1872 , Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864 , Redfield, John Howard, 1815-1895 , Robinson, Benjamin Lincoln, 1864-1935 , Rock, Joseph F. (Joseph Francis), 1884-1962 , Short, Charles Wilkins, 1794-1863 , Silliman, Benjamin, 1816-1885 , Smithsonian Institution , Steetz, Joachim, 1804-1862 , Sullivant, William Starling, 1803-1873 , Thiselton-Dyer, William T. (William Turner), 1843- , Thompson, William, 1823-1903 , Thurber, George, 1821-1890 , Torrey, John, 1796-1873 , Tuckerman, Edward, 1817-1886 , Ward, N. B. (Nathaniel Bagshaw), 1791-1868 , Watson, Sereno, 1826-1892 , Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877 , Women in science , Wright, Charles, 1811-1885 , Wyman, Jeffries, 1814-1874 , Youmans, Edward Livingston, 1821-1887

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Title

Asa Gray correspondence files,

Title Variants:

Alternative: Asa Gray correspondence files of the Gray Herbarium

Alternative: Historic letters, 1838-1892.

More Content

Available from: Harvard University Botany Libraries

By

Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.

Genre

Book

Material Type

Published material

Publication info

Notes:

This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection.

This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection.

The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).

Subjects

Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910 , Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907 , Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873 , Arnold Arboretum , Backhouse, James , Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 , Ball, John , Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895 , Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855 , Bentham, George, 1800-1884 , Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885 , Boott, Francis, 1792-1863 , Boston Society of Natural History , Botany--Research , Botany--Societies, etc , Botany--Study and teaching (Higher) , Botany--United States--History--19th century , Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884 , Bussey Institution , Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904 , Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893 , Carnegie Institution of Washington , Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889 , Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872 , Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895 , Darlington, William, 1782-1863 , Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882 , Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882 , Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873 , Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895 , Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887 , Engelmann, George, 1809-1884 , Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium , Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson), 1844-1919 , Fendler, Augustus, 1813-1883 , Fernald, Merritt Lyndon, 1873-1950 , Fries, Elias, 1794-1878 , Gray, Asa, 1810-1888 , Greene, Edward Lee, 1843-1915 , Gregory, Emily L. (Emily Lovira), 1841-1897 , Hance, Henry Fletcher , Harvard University Faculty , Harvard University. Gray Herbarium , Harvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology , Harvard University. Natural History Society , Harvard University--Administration , Harvey, William H. (William Henry), 1811-1866 , Henry, Joseph, 1797-1878 , Herbaria , Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 , Hooker, Joseph Dalton, Sir, 1817-1911 , Hooker, William Jackson, Sir, 1785-1865 , LeConte, John L. (John Lawrence), 1825-1883 , Lehmann, Johann George Christian, 1792-1860 , Lesquereux, Leo, 1806-1889 , Lowell, John Amory, 1798-1881 , Mann, Horace, 1844-1868 , Martius, Karl Friedrich Philipp von, 1794-1868 , Mueller, Ferdinand von, 1825-1896 , Muir, John, 1838-1914 , Munro, William, 1818-1880 , Natural selection , Nuttall, Thomas, 1786-1859 , Oliver, Daniel, 1830-1916 , Olmsted, Frederick Law, 1822-1903 , Olney, Stephen Thayer, 1812-1878 , Palmer, Edward, 1829-1911 , Parry, C. C. (Charles Christopher), 1823-1890 , Peters, Thomas Minott , Plants--Nomenclature , Prestele, Josep, 1796-1867 , Pringle, Cyrus G. (Cyrus Guernsey), 1838-1911 , Putnam, George Palmer, 1814-1872 , Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864 , Redfield, John Howard, 1815-1895 , Robinson, Benjamin Lincoln, 1864-1935 , Rock, Joseph F. (Joseph Francis), 1884-1962 , Short, Charles Wilkins, 1794-1863 , Silliman, Benjamin, 1816-1885 , Smithsonian Institution , Steetz, Joachim, 1804-1862 , Sullivant, William Starling, 1803-1873 , Thiselton-Dyer, William T. (William Turner), 1843- , Thompson, William, 1823-1903 , Thurber, George, 1821-1890 , Torrey, John, 1796-1873 , Tuckerman, Edward, 1817-1886 , Ward, N. B. (Nathaniel Bagshaw), 1791-1868 , Watson, Sereno, 1826-1892 , Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877 , Women in science , Wright, Charles, 1811-1885 , Wyman, Jeffries, 1814-1874 , Youmans, Edward Livingston, 1821-1887

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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/221276},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226809,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Bebb, Michael Schuck (1859-1895)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226809},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226393,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Bentham, George},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226393},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Be-Bo, 1830-1896},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/251803},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226409,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Bolander, Henry Nicholas},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226409},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl252400,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Br-Bz, 1842-1904},
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/252400},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225465,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Canby, William Marriot (1861-1895)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225465},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225429,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Candolle, Alphonse (1860-1890)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225429},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226432,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Carey, John},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226432},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl221765,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Ca-Cl (1837-1896)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/221765},
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@book{bhl228124,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Coulter, John Merle (1875-1892)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/228124},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226823,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Curtis, Moses Ashley (1836-1872)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226823},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225476,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Curtiss, Allen Hirum (1867-1889)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225476},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl221981,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Co-Cu (1826-1891)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/221981},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225926,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Darlington, William (1836-1862)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225926},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225921,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Darwin, Charles (1855-1881)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225921},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226408,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Durand, Elias},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226408},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl221834,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders D (1831-1895)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/221834},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225922,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Eaton, Daniel Cady (1855-1891)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225922},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225929,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Eichler, August Wilhelm (1869-1887)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225929},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222854},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222878},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222828},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222863},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl188246,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/188246},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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@book{bhl226830,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Lemmon, John Gill},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226830},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Lesquereux, Leo (1850-1888)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226837},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/223796},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/223801},
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@book{bhl226836,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226836},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders McA-Ma (1838-1900)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224822},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl224670,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Me-Mi (1838-1894)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224670},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226437,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Mueller, Ferdinand von},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226437},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl224682,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Mo-Mu (1840-1895)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224682},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl224661,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders N (1841-1891)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224661},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225940,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Oliver, Daniel (1862-1890)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225940},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl224689,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders O (1833-1891)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224689},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225935,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Parry, Charles Christopher (1861-1889)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225935},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl224679,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Pa-Pl (1835-1893)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224679},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225468,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Po-Q (1844-1892)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225468},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226813,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Redfield, John Howard},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226813},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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@book{bhl226396,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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@book{bhl224681,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224681},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225933,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Short, Charles Wilkins (1835-1863)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225933},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226826,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Smith, John Donnell},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226826},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl224672,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Sa-Sm (1837-1894)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224672},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl224668,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders So-Sw (1847-1891)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224668},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225498,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Thiselton-Dyer, William Turner (1874-1891)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225498},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225435,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Thompson, William (1860-1891)},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225435},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl226436,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Thurber, George},
copyright = {Public domain. The Library considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226436},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl224683,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Ta-Tod (1834-1891)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/224683},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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@book{bhl225484,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl268647,
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/268647},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225466},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226850},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl225496,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Wa-Wh (1839-1896)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225496},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/128030 --- This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).},
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@book{bhl257972,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Wright, Charles (1845-1885)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/257972},
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@book{bhl257881,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Sender Gray, Asa [to Charles Wright] (1845-1885)},
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/257881},
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@book{bhl225450,
title = {Asa Gray correspondence files, },
volume = {Senders Wi-Wy (1833-1900)},
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225450},
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ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Bolander, Henry Nicholas
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226409
PY - 1863-1886
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Canby, William Marriot (1861-1895)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225465
PY - 1861-1895
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Candolle, Alphonse (1860-1890)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225429
PY - 1860-1890
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Carey, John
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226432
PY - 1837-1880
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Coulter, John Merle (1875-1892)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/228124
PY - 1875
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Curtis, Moses Ashley (1836-1872)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226823
PY - 1836
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Curtiss, Allen Hirum (1867-1889)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225476
PY - 1867-1889
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Darlington, William (1836-1862)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225926
PY - 1836-1862
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Darwin, Charles (1855-1881)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225921
PY - 1855-1881
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Durand, Elias
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226408
PY - 1846-1873
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Eaton, Daniel Cady (1855-1891)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225922
PY - 1855-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Eichler, August Wilhelm (1869-1887)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225929
PY - 1869-1887
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Engelmann, George (1840-1884)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/227886
PY - 1840
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Fendler, Augustus (1847-1885)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/258805
PY - 1847-1885
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Gray, Asa [to Charles Wright] (1845-1885)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/257881
PY - 1848-1885
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Greene, Edward Lee (1872-1889)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225942
PY - 1872-1889
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Hooker, Joseph (1873-1890)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/188246
PY - 1873
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Hooker, William Jackson (1834-1857)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225502
PY - 1834-1857
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender James, Thomas Potts (1855-1882)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225937
PY - 1855-1882
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Lemmon, John Gill
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226830
PY - 1873-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Lesquereux, Leo (1850-1888)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226837
PY - 1850
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Macoun, John
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226836
PY - 1876-1892
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Mueller, Ferdinand von
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226437
PY - 1854-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Oliver, Daniel (1862-1890)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225940
PY - 1862-1890
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Parry, Charles Christopher (1861-1889)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225935
PY - 1861-1889
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Pringle, Cyrus G (1876-1905)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/258804
PY - 1876
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Redfield, John Howard
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226813
PY - 1882-1894
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Röding, George Frederick Christian
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226396
PY - 1848-1866
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Short, Charles Wilkins (1835-1863)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225933
PY - 1835-1863
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Smith, John Donnell
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226826
PY - 1880-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Thiselton-Dyer, William Turner (1874-1891)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225498
PY - 1874-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Thompson, William (1860-1891)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225435
PY - 1860-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Thurber, George
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226436
PY - 1854-1889
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Tuckerman, Edward (1843-1886)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/225925
PY - 1843-1886
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Vasey, George
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/268647
PY - 1849-1886
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Ward, Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward (1840-1868)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/226850
PY - 1840
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Sender Wright, Charles (1845-1885)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/257972
PY - 1845-1885
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders A (1837-1894)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/221343
PY - 1837-1894
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders B-Ba (1832-1902)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/221276
PY - 1832-1902
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders Be-Bo, 1830-1896
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/251803
PY - 1830
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders Br-Bz, 1842-1904
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/252400
PY - 1842-1904
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders Ca-Cl (1837-1896)
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PY - 1837-1896
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders Co-Cu (1826-1891)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/221981
PY - 1826-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders D (1831-1895)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/221834
PY - 1831-1895
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders E (1838-1898)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222795
PY - 1838-1898
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders F (1842-1898)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/223828
PY - 1842-1898
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders Ga-Go (1835-1891)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222854
PY - 1835-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders Gr-Gu (1839-1890)
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PY - 1839-1890
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders Ha (1835-1895)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222828
PY - 1835-1895
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
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KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders He-Hi (1846-1891)
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PY - 1846-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders Ho-Hy (1837-1903)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/222859
PY - 1837-1903
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders In-Iv (1857-1891)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/223802
PY - 1857-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders J (1844-1891)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/223814
PY - 1844-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders K (1842-1891)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/223797
PY - 1842-1891
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. --- The Gray Herbarium originated with the gift of Asa Gray's herbarium and library to Harvard in 1864. Early curators and directors were Sereno Watson (1874-1892); Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1892-1935); and Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1935-1947).
AU - Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
KW - Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910
KW - Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot Cary, 1822-1907
KW - Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873
KW - Arnold Arboretum
KW - Backhouse, James
KW - Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887
KW - Ball, John
KW - Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1833-1895
KW - Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855
KW - Bentham, George, 1800-1884
KW - Boissier, Edmond, 1810-1885
KW - Boott, Francis, 1792-1863
KW - Boston Society of Natural History
KW - Botany--Research
KW - Botany--Societies, etc
KW - Botany--Study and teaching (Higher)
KW - Botany--United States--History--19th century
KW - Buckley, S. B.(Samuel Botsford),1809-1884
KW - Bussey Institution
KW - Canby, William Marriott, 1831-1904
KW - Candolle, Alphonse de, 1806-1893
KW - Carnegie Institution of Washington
KW - Cosson, E.(Ernest), 1819-1889
KW - Curtis, M. A. (Moses Ashley), 1808-1872
KW - Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895
KW - Darlington, William, 1782-1863
KW - Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
KW - Decaisne, Joseph, 1807-1882
KW - Durand, Elie Magloire, 1794-1873
KW - Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1834-1895
KW - Eichler, August Wilhelm, 1839-1887
KW - Engelmann, George, 1809-1884
KW - Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium
KW - Farlow, W. G. (William Gilson
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - Asa Gray correspondence files,
VL - Senders La-Le (1833-1897)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/223796
PY - 1833-1897
N1 - This collection is also known as the Historic Letters collection. --- This collection, ca. 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing