Image Credit Index



Institutional Inventories Image Credits

1)  Botany classroom in the University Museum building, circa 1900.  (ECON)
2)  Architectural scan of the proposed herbaria building, 1952.  (GH)
3)  Farlow Herbarium construction, 1934.  (FH)
4)  Seed and nut room, 1915.  (GH)
5) Gray Herbarium building, 1915. (GH)

6)  Divinity School Library, 1897. (FH)

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Expeditions & Exploration Image Credits

1)  Reed Rollins, Wyoming, 1951.  (GH)
2)  Richard E. Schultes and Maku Helpers, Columbia, 1953.  (ECON)
3)  William "Cap" Weston, Barro Colorado Island, 1929.  (FH)
4)  J.F. Collins with unidentified group, circa 1900.  (GH)
5)  Mary Clemens and Alaseu, New Guinea, 1939. (GH)

6)  C.G. Pringle , Mexico, circa 1884. (GH)

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Plant Lists & Field Notes

1) Walter Deane and Elinor Lambert, New Hampshire, 1890.  (ECON)
2) Expedition guides, Quebec, 1906.  (GH)
3) Carroll E. Wood, Germany, 1945.  (FH)
4) Dr. Anderson in a field of Cinchona succiruba, Himalayas, 1867.  (GH)
5) F.M. Kimball, Reverend Lesh, and J. F. Collins, Maine, 1901. (GH)

6) Edith Scammon and Friends , Maine, circa 1890. (FH)

7) Josselyn Botanical Society, Maine, 1896 (GH)

8) William Cap Weston, Barro Colorado Island, 1930 (FH)

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Photographic Materials Image Credits

1)  A country road in Ceylon, undated. (AA)
2)  Society for Plant Morphology Meeting, 1902.  (GH)
3)  Cryptogamic Laboratory, circa 1910.  (FH)
4)  Pineapple Field in Jamaica, undated.  (AA)
5)  Memorial Hall and the John Harvard Statue, 1903. (GH).

6)  Staff of the Gray Herbarium, 1916. (GH)

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Digital Collections Image Credits

1) The king protea (Protea cyanroides) by A.T. Agate for the U.S. Exploring Expedition, (1838-1842).  (GH)
2) C.G. Pringle "left in the desert," 1894.  (GH)
3) Orchid by A.T. Agate for the U.S. Exploring Expedition, (1838-1842).  (GH)
4) M.L. Fernald collecting in the Gaspe, 1904.  (GH)
5) Walter Deane (1848-1930), July 1923. (GH)

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