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viii, 321 pages ; 25 cm.
Science Library (Li and Ma)
.75 linear foot
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Online Archive of California
Peirce's papers are primarily incoming and outgoing correspondence pertaining to his professional interests (research, publications, teaching positions) and his administrative duties at Stanford. Correspondents include D. T. MacDougal, William Austin Cannon, Charles R. Barnes, John M. Coulter, William F. Ganong, and Raymond H. Pond. Also of note is correspondence with the Forest Service regarding Peirce's study of the effects from smelter fumes, 1910; and correspondence with Wesley H. Beach, Lyman V. W. Brown, and A. W. Maltby pertaining to various legal cases regarding plant damage from cement dust. His Stanford correspondence includes letters from David Starr Jordan; letters from Le Roy Abrams, with a report on the Dudley Herbarium; and Peirce's letters to J. C. Branner (1910-1915) discussing theft of departmental microscopes, with reports on the work of the botany department.
Special Collections
1.5 linear feet (2 manuscript boxes and 1 print box)
Includes original and duplicated photographs, drawings, and prints.
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