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George Edward Davenport correspondence. Senders L-M,

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Davenport, George E. (George Edward), 1833-1907 , addressee

Leggett, William Henry, 1816-1882 , correspondent
Lemmon, J. G. (John Gill), 1832-1908 , correspondent
Lown, Clarence, , correspondent
Macoun, John, 1831-1920 , correspondent
Maxon, William R. (William Ralph), 1877-1948 , correspondent
Merrill, J. Warren (Joseph Warren), 1819-1889 , correspondent
Millspaugh, Charles Frederick, 1854-1923 , correspondent
Mohr, Charles (Charles Theodore), 1824-1901 , correspondent
Moody, Henry L., , correspondent
Myers, Frances J., , correspondent

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Consists of letters written to George Davenport from 39 correspondents with surnames starting with L or M, mostly regarding botany. Correspondents are: E.H. Hitchings, Rosewell Bigelow Lawrence, William Henry Leggett, John Gill Lemmon, Sara Allen Plummer Lemmon, Peter Vincent LeRoy, Charles Léo Lesquereux, Agnes Wyman Lincoln, Clarence Lown, Harold Lloyd Lyon, Francis Eugene McDonald, Alexander Howard McKay, John Macoun, J. Mair, Kirk Manahan, Warren Henry Manning, Ira F. Mansfield, Isaac Comly Martindale, William Ralph Maxon, Laura Maxwell, Thomas Meehan, Orel M. Merrell, Joseph Warren Merrill, Henry Ney Mertz, Rest Adelia Metcalf, Elihu Sanford Miller, Frederick A. Miller, Lucy A. Millington, Charles Frederick Millspaugh, Susan Minns, Nellie Mirick, Charles Theodore Mohr, Elizabeth Meeds Moody, Henry L. Moody, Tomas Morong, Frances R. Morse, Philip B. Morss, Frances J. Myers, and Lajos Richter.

George Edward Davenport (1833-1907) was a businessman and botanist from Boston who chiefly studied ferns. He was a member of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, New England Botanical Club, and Torrey Botanical Club, and a founding member of The Middlesex Scientific Field Club. He published articles on ferns, forestry, and horticulture in many botanical journals. Davenport was also active in promoting the conservation of the Middlesex Fells, was a long-time member of the Medford School Committee, was involved in the anti-slavery movement, and was interested in labor reform. Davenport was married to Mary Francis and they had ten children, eight of whom survived him. They moved from South Boston to Medford in 1875, and he died in 1907 while taking a walk in the Middlesex Fells.

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