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John William Harshberger Papers
1886-1929

UPT 50 H324

9.0 Cubic feet

Prepared by Kaiyi Chen, updated by Joseph-James Ahern

September 1996, August 2017

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PROVENANCE

Transferred from Yale University in 1977, from Jane Snyder (for Joan Gotwals) in 1989, and from the David Bishop Skillman Library of Lafayette College in 1995. The photographs were transferred to the University Archives in December 2011 (Accession No. 2011: 070). The Field Notebooks were a gift from Dr. Ann F. Rhoads in January 2013 (2013:007).

 

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ARRANGEMENT

The papers of John William Harshberger have been organized into six series. They are Personal papers, 1886-1929; Lectures and notes, 1915; Manuscripts, 1925-1929; Publications, 1892-1929; Field Notebooks, 1892-1929; and Photographs, 1918-1928. The manuscripts publications, and photographs have been arranged chronologically.

 

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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

John W. Harshberger was born in Philadelphia on January 1, 1869. He graduated from Central High School of Philadelphia with the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1888 and entered the University of Pennsylvania the same year. While at Penn, he showed great interest in plant life and received a certificate of proficiency in biology in 1890. During the summer of 1890 Harshberger studied the trees and shrubs in the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. In the following fall, before completing his undergraduate requirements, he was appointed Assistant Instructor in Botany at Penn. Harshberger and a group of enthusiastic Penn undergraduates founded the University Naturalists Field Club in 1891. In 1892 Harshberger obtained his B.S.; he received his Ph.D. the next year.

Upon graduation, the University appointed him Instructor in botany, biology and zoology. The University promoted Harshberger to the rank of Assistant Professor in 1907 and Professor of Botany in 1911. Simultaneously he held teaching positions with the American Society for Extension of University Teaching (1896) and the Pennsylvania Farmers' Institute (1904-1906). In addition, Harshberger directed the nature study at the Pocono Pines Summer School from 1903 to 1908, the section of ecology at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, for ten summers from 1913 to 1922, and the botanical work of the Maria Mitchell Association on the Island of Nantucket, during the summers of 1914 and 1915.

As a botanist, Harshberger traveled widely in North America. He botanized in Eastern and Northwestern states, Southern Florida, Alaska, Arizona, Utah, and California. Overseas, his research trips extended through Europe, Brazil, Argentine, Chile and Mexico.

Harshberger was a member of the American Philosophical Society, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Natural History Society, the Geographical Society of Philadelphia, and many other academic societies. He served as president of both the Botanical Society of Pennsylvania (1921-1929) and the Pennsylvania chapter of the Wild Flower Preservation Society. He died in 1929.

 

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SCOPE AND CONTENT

This collection, 1886-1929, primarily documents the professional activities and career of John W. Harshberger, a well-known botanist at the University of Pennsylvania.

The Personal papers, though small in size, include several interesting files--Harshberger's autobiography, a high school catalog, a family photo album and two sets of drawings. Harshberger attached numerous notes and clippings to his autobiography. These attachments contain important biographical and bibliographical information. His high school catalog contains information on Central High School of Philadelphia as well as Harshberger's grade reports.

His career may be traced through his lectures and notes on plant geography and ecology, his manuscripts, and his publications. These publications consist of articles and reprints (1892-1929) as well as monographs (1893 to 1920). Harshberger interleaved many of the monographs with notes and clippings added after the book was published. These represented Harshberger's new findings from his research and teaching, which he expected to incorporate in future editions. The field notebooks contain his observations on botany while traveling in the United States, and Europe. The photographs consist mainly of negatives of images Harshberger took during this travels in the United States, Europe, South America, and Northern Africa. There are also photographic record notebooks for some of his travels.

Other sources: The Botany-Zoology Library of the University of Pennsylvania sent to the Bowman's Hill Wild Flower Preserve thirteen volumes of bound scrapbooks of Harshberger's in 1963. The scrapbooks consist in large part of clippings of photographs of various vegetation types.

 

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CONTROLLED ACCESS HEADINGS

Corporate Name(s)

  • Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
  • American Philosophical Society.
  • Botanical Society of Pennsylvania. Office of the President.
  • Central High School of Philadelphia. -- General subdivision--Alumni.;
  • University of Pennsylvania. -- General subdivision--Alumni.;
  • University of Pennsylvania. -- General subdivision--Faculty.;

Genre(s)

  • Clippings.
  • Manuscripts.
  • Notes.
  • Reprints.

Subject(s)

  • Biology--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Botany teachers--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Botany--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Phytogeography--North America.
  • Phytogeography--Scandinavia.

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INVENTORY

 

Personal 

Box

Folder

Autobiography, "The Life and Work of John W. Harshberger, Ph.D." autobiography, with notes and clippings, 1928-1929 

1

1

Central High School of Philadelphia, Catalogue, with grade reports, 1886-1888 

1

2

Drawings in water color and pencil, loose sheets, n.d. 

1

3

Frazier, Elizabeth Parrish to John W. Harshberger 1929 March 2 

6

18

Photo album, n.d. 

1

4

Sketch book, 1888 

1

5

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Lectures and notes 

Box

Folder

Lectures on Plant Geography and Ecology 

Vol. 1, 1915 

1

6

Vol. 2, 1915 

1

7

Vol. 3, 1915 

1

8

Vol. 4, 1915 

1

9

Notebooks on animals (3 small volumes), n.d. 

1

10

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Manuscripts 

Box

Folder

1925 (3 items) 

1

11

1928 ("Tundra Vegetation of Alaska Directly under the Arctic Circle") 

1

12

1929 (3 items)Box 1 

1

13

Botany as an Avocation, n.d. 

1

14

The Development of Workmanship, n.d. 

1

15

Miscellaneous, n.d. 

2

1

The Plant Geography of Cultivative Land in South-east Pennsylvania, n.d. 

2

2

Recent Scandinavian Work on Phytogeography, n.d. 

2

3

Respiration in Plants, n.d. 

2

4

The Vegetation of the Screes, or Talus Slopes of Western North America, n.d. 

2

5

A Visit to the Native Home of the Atlas Cedar, n.d. 

2

6

The Water-storing Bracts of Mendoncia Coccinea Vell of Brazil, n.d. 

2

7

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Publications 

Box

Folder

Articles and Reprints 

Papers in combined volumes, Vol. I, 1893-1903 

2

8

Papers in combined volumes, Vol. II, 1903-1912 

2

9

1892 ("An Abnormal Development of the Inflorescence of Dionaea") 

2

10

1894 ("An Additional Poisonous Plant") 

2

11

1895 ("The Purposes of Ethno-botany") 

2

12

1896 (3 items) 

2

13

1897 (5 items) 

2

14

1898 (6 items) 

2

15

1899 (2 items) 

2

16

1900 ("An Ecological Study of the New Jersey Strand Flora") 

2

17

1901 (5 items) 

2

18

1902 (7 items) 

2

19

1903 (10 items) 

2

20

1904 (4 items) 

2

21

1905 (7 items) 

2

22

1906 (3 items) 

2

23

1907 (3 items) 

2

24

1908 (5 items) 

2

25

1909 (5 items) 

2

26

1910 (4 items) 

2

27

1911 (4 items) 

2

28

1912 (2 items) 

2

29

1913 (3 items) 

2

30

1914 (2 items) 

2

31

1915 (3 items) 

2

32

1916 (4 items) 

2

33

1917 (2 items) 

2

34

1918 (3 items) 

2

35

1919 (4 items) 

2

36

1920 (2 items) 

2

37

1921 (3 items) 

2

38

1922 (3 items) 

2

39

1923 (4 items) 

2

40

1924 (9 items) 

2

41

1925 (4 items) 

2

42

1926 (7 items) 

2

43

1927 (book review) 

2

44

1928 (5 items) 

2

45

1929 (13 items) 

2

46

n.d. (10 items) 

2

47

Maps, "Vegetation of the Pine-Barrens of the Southern Part of New Jersey" (two maps, first proof and second proof), 1915 (Vault, Map File 20) 

2

48

Monographs 

Maize: A Botanical and Economic Study, article in Contributions from the Botanical Laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania, 1893, Vol. 1, No. 2 

2

49

Maize: A Botanical and Economic Study, 1893 

2

50

Maize: A Botanical and Economic Study, an interleaved copy, [1893-1919] 

3

1

Botanists of Philadelphia and Their Work, author's copy, 1899 

3

2

Botanists of Philadelphia and Their Work, an interleaved copy, [1899-1925] 

3

3

Strand Flora of New Jersey, an interleaved copy, [1900-1928] 

3

4

Pine Barren Flora of New Jersey, by Witmer Stone and arranged by John Harshberger, 1910 

3

5

Phytogeographic Survey of North America, an interleaved copy, 1911 

3

6

Illustrations of Historic Trees, an interleaved copy, 1911 

4

1

Vegetation of South Florida, an interleaved copy, 1914 

4

2

Vegetation of South Florida, 1914 

4

3

The Vegetation of the New Jersey Pine-Barrens, 1916 

4

4

Mycology and Plant Pathology, an interleaved copy, [1917- 

4

5

American Food Plants, Old and New, an interleaved copy, 

4

6

Pastoral and Agricultural Botany, Text book, 1920 

4

7

Pastoral and Agricultural Botany, an interleaved copy, [1920-1924] 

4

8

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Field Notebooks 

Box

Folder

Botanic Notes 1916 

5

1

Botanic Notes Columbus Ohio, Cape Henry, VA; Summer Notes 1915-1916, 1918 

5

2

Botanic Notes Long Island, Nantucket and Massachusetts 1915 

5

3

Botanical Field Notes 1928 July and August 

5

4

Botanical Notes Europe 

 

 

I 1923 

5

5

II 1923 

5

6

III 1923 

5

7

IV 1923 

5

8

V 1923 

5

9

VI 1923 

5

10

Botanical Notes Northwest America 1926 Summer 

5

11

Botanical Observations Belmar, New Jersey Cold Spring Harbor, LI 1919 Summer 

5

12

Diary and Botanical Notes South America I 1927 Summer 

5

13

Diary and Botanical Notes South America II 1927 Summer 

5

14

Field Botanical Note Book of the Late William P. Wilson 1929 February 8 

5

15

Mosses of North Western Montana 1898 

5

16

New Species of N. A. Dierama n.d. 

5

17

Notes of Southern and So. Western Trip I 1925 

5

18

Notes of Southern and So. Western Trip II 1925 

5

19

Notes of Southern and So. Western Trip III 1925 

5

20

Notes on the Matching of Climates 

 

 

I 1916-1918 

5

21

II 1919 

5

22

III 1919 

5

23

IV 1919 

5

24

V 1919 

5

25

VI 1920 

5

26

VII 1920 

5

27

VIII 1920-1921 

5

28

IX 1921 

5

29

X 1921 

5

30

XI 1921-1922 

5

31

XII 1919-1922 

6

1

XIII 1924-1925 

6

2

XIV 1925-1928 

6

3

Notes on Vegetation of Pennsylvania 1911-1921 

6

4

Observations [Botanic and Otherwise] 1917 Summer 

6

5

Observations on the Vegetation of Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard 1913-1914 

6

6

Observations on the Vegetation of Northern Coastal New Jersey 1909 Summer 

6

7

Plant Materials and Food Plants in the Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation New York City 1928 September 21 

6

8

Summer Notes Cold Spring Harbor 1913 June 25 - August 10 

6

9

Tree Mosses 1892-1893 

6

10

Vegetation of the Pine Barrens of New Jersey 

 

 

No. 1 1909 

6

11

No. 2 1909 

6

12

No. 3 1910 

6

13

No. 4 1910 

6

14

No. 5 1910 

6

15

No. 6 1910 

6

16

No. 7 1910 

6

17

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Photographs 

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Folder

De Forest Garden and Class Group 1918 Summer 

6

19

Chas R. Walton Place at Radnor PA 1920 April 3 

6

20

Effingham B. Morris House and Garden 225 So. 8th Street, Philadelphia 1920 May 29 

6

21

Class Groups, Cold Spring Harbord 1920 July 

6

22

Cold Spring Harbor Long Island 1920 July 7 - 9 

6

23

Various Images 1920 June 10 - 28 

6

24

Henry DeForrest Estate Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island 1920 July 16, August 9 

6

25

Hicks's Nursary Westt 1920 July 26 

6

26

Trip by Slick's Automobile to South Shore, L.I., Merrick Swamp, Brooklyn Water Works Reservoir, Meadow Brook 1920 July 26 

6

27

Photos Taken with Landscape Architect's Party N. Shore, Long Island 1920 July 29 

6

28

Mathewson's Estate Lloyd Point, Long Island 1920 July 29 

6

29

Havenmeyer Garden. Long Island Brookville 1920 August 7 

6

30

Otto Kahn Chateau Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island 1920 August 8 - 9 

6

31

Belmar, N.J. and Spring Lake 1920 August 13, 16, 19, 21 

6

32

Shark River South Shore 1920 August 25 

6

33

Ida and Rae Comly, Berlmar, N.J. 1920 August 26 

6

34

Seaside Park, N.J. 1920 August 26 

6

35

Fishing Boat Houses etc. Mantolocking, N.J. 1920 August 28 

6

36

210 Fifth Avenue and Stores Ocean Front Belmar, N.J. 1920 August 29 

6

37

Spring Lake, N.J. Cedar Swamps west of Pt. Pleasant, N.J. 1920 September 3 

6

38

Box Huckleberry and [?] New Bloomfield, Perry Co. PA 1920 September 13 

6

39

Greencastle, PA 1920 September 14 

6

40

Falling Springs Graveyard Chambersburg, PA 1920 September 15 

6

41

White Church Burial Ground PA 1920 September 15 

6

42

Chambersburg House of Relative, Fulling Spring Grave Garden and Fulling Spring 1921 February 2 

6

43

Mt. Alto Forest Academy, Trees on South Mountain PA 1921 February 3 

6

44

New Box Huckleberry Locality Lower Juniata River, Perry Co. 1921 February 4 

6

45

Lenape Club House, Box Huckleberry and Lower Juniata, Rocks, etc. 1921 April 14, 17 

6

46

Cold Spring Harbor and Long Island 1921 July 

6

47

Photographs of Plants Cold Spring Harbor, North Short Long Island 1921 July 12-14 

6

48

Long Island Trees and Vegetation 1921 August 1 - 16 

6

49

Plants and Salt Marsh Belmar 1921 August 23 

6

50

Photos of Place of Dr. G. D. Murray, Spring Lake, N.J. and Maloney Place, Sp. Lake 1921 September 5 

6

51

Snow Scenes West Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania 1921 December 5 

6

52

Garden Back of Oldest House in Bridgeton, N.J. 1921 December 8 

6

53

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Waiming (sp?) Copenhagen [glass plate negatives] 1922 

6

54

Estate of Anton G. Hodenpyl Locust Valley Long Island 1922 April 18 

6

55

Photographs of Longwood Seat of Pierre S. DuPont 1922 June 14 

6

56

White Mulberry and [illegible] on 46th and Baltimore Avenue 1922 June 15 

6

57

Bywood near Philadelphia 1922 June 15 

6

58

Happy Creek Farm Devon Pa 1922 June 16 

6

59

Old House Site with Plants Cold Spring Harbord, Long Island 1922 July 15 

6

60

Sanderson Estate, Long Island 1922 July 18 

6

61

Kodak Photograph Record Trip to Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweeden 1922 July - September 

6

62

Photo of Linnaeus Tomb 1922 August 25 

6

63

Botany 4 Class University of Pennsylvania in Botanic Garden 1923 March 7 

6

64

Photographs at Kunkletown, PA and Wind Gap 1923 April 2 

6

65

Photographic Record Europe I 1923 

7

1

Photographic Record Europe II 1923 

7

2

No. 1 Spain (1-8) 1923 June 19 

7

3

No. 2 Spain (9-20) 1923 June 19 - 20 

7

4

No. 3 Oporto and Serra di Valongo (21-26) 1923 June 21 

7

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No. 4 Serra di Valongo and Oporato (27-38) 1923 June 21 

7

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No. 5 (39-49) 1923 

7

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No. 6 Bussaco (50-61) 1923 

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No. 7 Bussaco and Pampilhosa (62-73) 1923 

7

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No. 8 Pamphilhosa and Coimbra (74-85) 1923 June 22 - 23 

7

10

No. 9 Coimbra Botanical Gardens (86-97) 1923 June 23 

7

11

No. 10 Lisbon (98-109) 1923 June 24 

7

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No. 11 Lisbon Botanical Garden (110-121) 1923 June 24 

7

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No. 12 Lisbon and Sintra (122-133) 1923 

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No. 13 Montserrat and Sintra (134-144) 1923 

7

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No. 14 (145-156) 1923 

7

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No. 15 Madrid (157-168) 1923 June 27 

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No. 16 Madrid (169-180) 1923 June 27 

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No. 17 Madrid (181-192) 1923 June 28 

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No. 18 Mostly Toledo (193-202) 1923 June 29 

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No. 19 Toledo Spain (203-214) 1923 June 29 

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No. 20 Granada and Alhambra (215-225) 1923 July 1 

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No. 21 Alhambra (226-237) 1923 July 1 

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No. 22 Granda and Generalife (238-248) 1923 

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No. 23 Mostly Seville Spain (249-260) 1923 July 2 - 3 

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No. 24 Mostly Barcelona (261-292) 1923 July 5 

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No. 25 Montpellier France (273-284) 1923 July 6 

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No. 26 Montpellier France (285-295) 1923 July 6 

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No. 27 Garigueate Montpellier (296-307) 1923 

7

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No. 28 Montpelllier France (308-319) 1923 July 7 

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No. 29 Montpellier and Marsielles (320-331) 1923 July 7 

7

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No. 30 Marsielles (332-342) 1923 July 8 

7

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No. 31 Alleppo Pine Forest and Macchia (343-354) 1923 July 8 - 9 

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No. 32 Macchia Hyeres (355-366) 1923 July 9 

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No. 33 Peninsula of Hyeres (367-378) 1923 July 9 

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No. 34 Hyeres (379-389) 1923 July 9 

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No. 35 Nice (390-401) 1923 July 11 

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No. 36 Grasse and Nice 9402-413) 1923 

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No. 37 Monaco (414-424) 1923 July 12 

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No. 38 La Mortola (425-433) 1923 

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No. 39 La Mortola (434-444) 1923 July 13 

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No. 40 Genoa and Milan (445-456) 1923 

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No. 41 Lake Como and Villa Serbelloni (457-468) 1923 July 16 

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No. 42 Bellagris, Lugano, Zurich (469-479) 1923 

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No. 43 Zurich and [unreadable] (480-490) 1923 July 20 - 21 

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No. 44 Zurich (491-502) 1923 

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No. 45 Zurich and Neighborhood (503-514) 1923 

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No. 46 Pilatus etc. (515-526) 1923 

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No. 47 (527-537) 1923 

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No. 48 (538-549) 1923 

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No. 49 (550-561) 1923 

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No. 50 (562-573) 1923 

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No. 51 (574-582) 1923 

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No. 52 Bernina Hospiz (583-594) 1923 

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No. 53 (594-606) 1923 

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No. 54 (607-618) 1923 

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No. 55 Triano, Varenna, Longano (619-624) 1923 

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No. 56 Isola Bella, Largo, Maggiore (625-636) 1923 

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No. 57 (637-647) 1923 

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No. 58 (648-658) 1923 

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No. 59 (659-668) 1923 

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No. 60 Bourg-Saint-Pierre and Le Linnea (669-674) 1923 

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No. 61 (675-684) 1923 

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No. 62 (685-696) 1923 

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No. 63 (697-707) 1923 

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No. 64 Paris (708-719) 1923 

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No. 65 (720-731) 1923 

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No. 66 (732-743) 1923 

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No. 67 (744-752) 1923 

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No. 68 (753-764) 1923 

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No. 69 Kew and Hampton Court (765-775) 1923 August 29 

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No. 70 Stoke Poges to Chalfont St. Gates (776-785) 1923 

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No. 71 Windsor Castle (786-795) 1923 

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No. 72 Cambridge Botanical Garden (796-806) 1923 August 31 

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No. 73 Cambridge England (807-817) 1923 

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No. 74 Oxford Botanic Garden (818-829) 1923 September 1 

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No. 75 (830-841) 1923 

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No. 76 Gravetye Manor (842-852) 1923 September 3 

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No. 77 Aldenham Elstree England (853-864) 1923 September 4 

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No. 78 Bitton (865-873) 1923 September 5 

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No. 79 Munstead Wood Godalming England (844-885) 1923 September 6 

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No. 81 Torquay (886-892) 1923 September 8 

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No. 82 Torquay (893-899) 1923 September 8 - 9 

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No. 83 Torquay, Dartington (sp?), Plymouth (900-910) 1923 September 10 

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No. 84 (911-921) 1923 

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No. 85 (922-931) 1923 

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No. 86 (932-938) 1923 

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No. 87 (939-950) 1923 

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No. 88 (951-960) 1923 

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Big Beech at Glendolden, Blunst on Oad, Darby PA, Prof. and Mrs. Jean Mamil at Crum Creek 1923 December 25 and 1924 March 14 

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Nockamixon Trip, Wilkes Barre Trip, Glen, etc. 1924 May 17 and 31 

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Belmar, N.J. 1924 July 

7

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Trees in Bradley Beach and Sea Girt 1924 July 29-30 

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Belmar, Sea Girt, Farmingdale, N.J. 1924 August 9 

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Belmar, N.J. and Gardens and Forest Views Spring Lake, N.J. 1924 August 9 and 11 

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Trees, Tree Swallows and Plants etc. Belmar and Manasquan Rio New Jersey 1924 August 29 - September 1 

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96

Portraits of Philadephia Botanist 1924 September 18 

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Cole Farm Upper Black Eddy, Penna. 1924 October 12 

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Widener Estate Ashbourne Road Jenkintown, PA 1924 October 18 

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Susquehanna River and 4839 Walton Ave. 1924-1925 

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Hershberger Places Luray Va. And on Stromy Man Mountain 1925 May 25-28 

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Enroute Pocono Pines to Philadelphia 1925 July 1 

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Photographs of Trees Wycombe, PA Wilson Wordman Farm 1925 April 6 - 7 

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Photographs taken on Trip to Harrisburg, Gettysburg, etc. 1925 April 8 - 11 

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Photographs taken at Wycombe, PA and Nockamin on Rocks, Mon (sp?) 1925 April 27 

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Photographic Record Southern and S.W. United States 1925 July - August 

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Roll I New Orleans (1-12) 1925 July 10 - 12 

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Roll II New Orleans (13-24) 1925 July 12 

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Roll III New Orleans (25-36) 1925 July 12 

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Roll IV New Orleans (37-47) 1925 July 12 - 14 

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Roll V New Orleans (48-59) 1925 July 13 

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Roll VI New Orleans to ort La Vala (60-71) 1925 July 15 

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Roll VII (72-83) n.d. 

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Roll VIII San Antonio Texas (84-95) 1925 July 17 

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Roll IX San Antonio and El Paso Texas (96-107) 1925 July 17 - 18 

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Roll X Tucson Arizona (108-118) 1925 July 20 

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Roll XI Tucson Arizona (119-130) 1925 July 20 

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Roll XII Tucson Arizona, Hill Desert Botanical Lab (131-142) 1925 July 21 

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Roll XIII Campus University of Arizona (143-154) 1925 July 21 

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Roll XIV Santa Catalina Mountains above Tucson, Arizona (155-166) 1925 July 22 

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Roll XV Santa Catalina Mountains near Tucson, Ariz. (167-177) 1925 July 22 

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Roll XVI Sana Catalina Mountains near Tucson, Ariz. (178-184) 1925 July 22 

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Roll XVII San Diego Calif. Chaparral Point Loma (185-196) n.d. 

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Roll XVIII A.D. Robinson's [??] Point Loma San Diego and Balboa Park Trees (197-208) 1925 July 25 

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Roll XIX Balboa Park San Diego (209-220) 1925 July 25 

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Roll XX Chaparral in Mission Canyon and Trees about Ila San Diego Mission (221-231) 1925 July 26 

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Roll XXI Torrey Pines Park and La Jolla, California (232-242) 1925 July 27 

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Roll XXII La Jolla California and Sand Street at Mission Beach... (243-253) 1925 July 27 

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Roll XXIII Huntington Estate San Marino, Calif (254-259) 1925 July 29 

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Roll XXIV Huntington Estate San Marino, Calif. (260-265) 1925 July 29 

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Roll XXV Beverly Hills Nursery Los Angeles and Places at Beverly Hills (266-277) 1925 July 29 

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Roll XXVI Desert at White Water Springs and Palis Canyon, California (278-289) 1925 July 30 

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Roll XXVII Catalina Island (290-301) 1925 July 31 

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Roll XXVIII Mohave Desert and Grand Canyon (302-313) 1925 August 2 

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Roll XXIX Holbrook, Ariz to Navajo Family in Hogan (314-325) 1925 August 3 

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Roll XXX Keams Canyon and Polacca, Ariz (326-336) 1925 August 4 

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Roll XXXI Polacca, Arizona (337-342) 1925 August 4 

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Roll XXXII Polacca Terra Sicharmowovi, Walpi (343-348) 1925 August 4 

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Roll XXXIII Flagstaff and Walnut Canyon (349-360) 1925 August 7 

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Roll XXXIV Pacific Grove and Monterey Penninsula (362-371) 1925 August 9 

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Roll XXXV Carmel and [??] (372-377) 1925 August 9 

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Roll XXXVI Carmel California and Golden Gate Park (378-383) 1925 August 9 - 10 

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Roll XXXVII Golden Gate Park (384-395) 1925 August 10 

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Roll XXXVIII Golden Gate Park and Sand Dunes at Ingleside California (396-406) n.d. 

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Roll XXXIX Redwoods Muir Woods, Calif (407-418) 1925 August 11 

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Roll XL Chaparral on Mt. Tamalpais, Calif. (419-429) 1925 August 11 

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Roll XLI Beach Vegetation Ingleside, San Fr. And Berkley California (430-441) 1925 August 12 

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Roll XLII Enroute to Sequoia National Park (443-454) 1925 August 14 

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Roll XLIII Giant Forest Sequoia National Park (455-464) 1925 August 14 

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Roll XLIV Giant Forest Calif and Environs (465-476) 1925 August 15 

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Roll XLV High Sierra and Alta Peak Trail (477-486) 1925 August 15 

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Roll XLVI Giant Forest Sierras (487-498) 1925 August 16 

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Roll XLVII Forest to Foothills of [??] (499-510) 1925 August 17 

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Roll XLVIII Mohave Desert North of Dugout Zion National Park (511-522) 1925 August 19 

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Roll XLIX Zion Canyon (523-534) 1925 August 19 

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Roll L [description unreadable] (535-546) 1925 August 20 

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Roll LI Fredonia Utah to Kaibab (V.T. Ranch) (547-552) 1925 August 20 

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Roll LII Kaibab Plateau (553-558) 1925 August 21 

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Roll LIII Giant Canyon Nonton Rims (559-564) 1925 August 21 

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Roll LV Enroute to Bryce Canyon (571-576) 1925 August 22 

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Reading Pennsylvania 1925 September 15 - 16. 

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Photographs University Botanical Garden 1925 November 6 

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Richard Oak, Md, Bel Air Md, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., University of Virginia, Natural Bridge 1926 March 30 - April 1 

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Photographic Record Northwest America 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 1-25 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 26-50 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 51-75 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 126-150 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 176-200 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 276-300 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 301-325 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 326-350 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 351-375 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 376-400 1926 Summer 

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N.W.A Nos. 401-420 1926 Summer 

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Photographic Record South America 1927 Summer 

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No. 1 SA 1-11 1927 Summer 

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Large White Oak on Road Near King of Prussia, PA 1928 Spring 

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Southern Coastal Trip 

 

 

Nos. 1-6 WC 1928 April 2-7 

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Nos. 7-18 WC 1928 April 2-7 

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Nos. 19-24 WC 1928 April 2-7 

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Nos. 25-29 WC 1928 April 2-7 

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Nos. 30-35 WC 1928 April 2-7 

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Clement Newbold Estate Tockington, Jenkintown and Rock Garden at Latham Park, PA 1928 May 15 

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Princeton, N.J. 1928 May 28 

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Princeton, New Jersey Trees and Gardens of Allan Marquand and Moses Taylor Pyne 1928 May 28 

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Photographic Record North Africa, Italy, France 1928 Summer 

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Negatives SSW 577 to SSW 588 n.d. 

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