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Journal/Periodical
5 v. ill. 26 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage), Special Collections

2. Dudley Herbarium [1887] Online

Image
1 photograph; 3 in. x 4 in.
Collection
Stanford Historical Photograph Collection
Archive/Manuscript
1 poster.
Exhibit included material from the Stanford University Libraries, the Stanford University botanical collections, and the Dudley Herbarium, with some emphasis on the role of Stanford Univeristy botanists.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
1 poster.
Exhibit included material from the Stanford University Libraries, the Stanford University botanical collections, and the Dudley Herbarium, with some emphasis on the role of Stanford Univeristy botanists.
Special Collections
Book
19 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Archive/Manuscript
.75 linear foot
Finding aid
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
Archive/Manuscript
8 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
The bulk of the collection is professional correspondence. Wiggins maintained long-term contact with a number of prominent botanists and participated in many professional exchanges of information and specimens, often dealing with identification of certain flora. His field trips are described in great detail in this correspondence as well as in the various reports he wrote. There is correspondence on his work with the Belvedere Scientific Fund in Baja California and Stanford University correspondence relating to his administrative duties over the years. Also included are files relating to Wiggins' duties with the American Fern Society and the Arctic Institute of North America. Additional papers (added in 1983 and 1986) also include papers relating to Wiggin's work in Ecuador, 1944; notes from field trips to the Sonoran desert, 1926-37; and collected materials and drafts of biographies on A. W. C. T. Herre, Gilbert M. Smith, and Carl B. Wolf.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
1.5 linear feet (2 manuscript boxes and 1 print box)
Includes original and duplicated photographs, drawings, and prints.
Special Collections

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