SIA RU007272, Coville, Frederick V (Frederick Vernon) 1867-1937, Frederick Vernon Coville Papers, 1888-1936 and undated

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Summary

Creator:
Coville, Frederick V (Frederick Vernon) 1867-1937
Title:
Frederick Vernon Coville Papers, 1888-1936 and undated
Dates:
1888, 1888-1936, 1888-1936 and undated
Notes:
Frederick Vernon Coville (1867-1937), botanist and blueberry breeder, was born in New York and educated at Cornell University (B.A., 1887). His important field work included the Geological Survey of Arkansas, 1888; the Death Valley Expedition, 1891; and the Harriman Alaska Expedition, 1899. Most of his career was spent at the United States Department of Agriculture, where he served as Assistant Botanist, 1888-1893, and Botanist, 1893-1937. He was also Honorary Curator of the United States National Herbarium, 1893-1937, and was instrumental in the establishment of the National Arboretum in 1927
Summary:
These papers consist of a small amount of correspondence; material concerning the Medicinal Plants Survey, 1897-1898; notes concerning the revision of Coville's work on Death Valley plants, 1933-1936; and a small group of manuscript notes on currants and gooseberries, undated. Events and items of special interest which are documented in the correspondence include the explorations of Per Axel Rydberg in the Black Hills; the artistic work of Frederick A. Walpole; the acquisition of the Greene Herbarium; the botany exhibits at the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893; and the Mearns collection from the United States-Mexican International Boundary Survey, 1893
Topic:
Botany
Subjects:
Coville, Frederick V (Frederick Vernon) 1867-1937, Rydberg, Per Axel 1860-1931, Walpole, Frederick A. 1861-1904, Mearns, Edgar Alexander 1856-1916, United States-Mexican International Boundary Survey, 1891-1894, Medicinal Plants Survey, 1897-1898, Edward L. Greene Herbarium, Cornell University, Geological Survey of Arkansas, United States Dept. of Agriculture, United States National Herbarium, National Arboretum (U.S.), Death Valley Expedition (1891), World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.), Harriman Alaska Expedition (1899)
Form/Genre:
Mixed archival materials, Collection descriptions
Local Number:
SIA RU007272
Physical Description:
0.8 linear meter

Finding Aids to Personal Papers and Special Collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Record Unit 7272

Coville, Frederick V, (Frederick Vernon), 1867-1937

Frederick Vernon Coville Papers, 1888-1936 and undated

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Coville, Frederick V, (Frederick Vernon), 1867-1937
Title: Frederick Vernon Coville Papers
Dates: 1888-1936 and undated
Quantity: 0.8 linear meter.
Collection: Record Unit 7272
Language of Materials: English

Historical Note

Frederick Vernon Coville (1867-1937), botanist and blueberry breeder, was born in New York and educated at Cornell University (B. A., 1887). His important field work included the Geological Survey of Arkansas, 1888; the Death Valley Expedition, 1891; and the Harriman Alaska Expedition, 1899. Most of his career was spent at the United States Department of Agriculture, where he served as Assistant Botanist, 1888-1893, and Botanist, 1893-1937. He was also Honorary Curator of the United States National Herbarium, 1893-1937, and was instrumental in the establishment of the National Arboretum in 1927. More extensive biographical material can be found in Science, Volume 85, 280-281.

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Introduction

These papers of Frederick Vernon Coville were part of a group of Smithsonian Department of Botany records which were originally deposited in 1971 at the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. In December 1977, the records were returned to the Smithsonian for maintenance in the Smithsonian Archives.

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Descriptive Entry

These papers consist of a small amount of correspondence, 1888-1921; material concerning the Medicinal Plants Survey, 1897-1898; notes concerning the revision of Coville's work on Death Valley plants, 1933-1936; and a small group of manuscript notes on currants and gooseberries, undated. Events and items of special interest which are documented in the correspondence include the explorations of Per Axel Rydberg in the Black Hills; the artistic work of Frederick A. Walpole; the acquisition of the Greene Herbarium; the botany exhibits at the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893; and the Mearns collection from the Mexican Boundary Survey, 1893.

The Smithsonian Archives contains other Coville correspondence scattered throughout a number of collections. Most of this material can be found in the records of the Division of Plants, particularly record units 220, 221, 222, and 224. Other collections include record unit 201, Assistant Secretary in Charge of the United States National Museum, 1875-1902, and the records of the Office of the Secretary, record units 31, 34, 45, and 46. The main body of Coville's official correspondence is located in Record Group 54, Records of the Bureau of Plant Industry, at the National Archives.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7272, Coville, Frederick V, (Frederick Vernon), 1867-1937, Frederick Vernon Coville Papers

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Container List

Series 1

CORRESPONDENCE, 1888-1921, AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

This collection division consists mostly of incoming correspondence, 1893, directed to Coville in his capacity as Botanist. Also included is correspondence addressed to his colleagues: Orator Fuller Cook, George Vasey, Joseph Nelson Rose, Lyster Hoxie Dewey, and Frederick J. Herman. Correspondents include botanists and collectors, both amateur and professional, while topics concern field work, publications, exchanges, and identification of specimens.

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Folder 1 A

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Folder 2 Allen, John Fisk, 1893

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Folder 3 Anderson, C. L., 1893

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Folder 4 Applegate, Elmer Ivan, 1896-1898

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Folder 5 Armstrong, C. W., 1893

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Folder 6 Atkinson, George Francis, 1893

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Folder 7 Austin, Mrs. R. M., 1897-1898

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Folder 8 B

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Folder 9 Bailey, Liberty Hyde, 1893, 1901

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Folder 10 Bailey, Vernon Orlando, 1897

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Folder 11 Barloue, J. G., 1893

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Folder 12 Barnhart, John Hendley, 1895, 1899, 1904

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Folder 13 Bartholomew, Elam, 1893

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Folder 14 Bates, J. M., 1893

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Folder 15 Battle, Herbert Bemerton, 1893. Includes report on "Grasses and Forage Plants Grown at the Mississippi Grass Experiment Station, April, 1893"

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Folder 16 Beal, William James, 1893

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Folder 17 Bebb, Michael Schuck, 1893-1895

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Folder 18 Bessey, Charles Edwin, 1893. Includes correspondence on the explorations and collections of Per Axel Rydberg in the Black Hills

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Folder 19 Blankinship, Joseph William, 1894, 1897

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Folder 20 Boettcher, F. L. J., 1893

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Folder 21 Brandegee, Katharine, 1890-1900

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Folder 22 Brandegee, Townshend Stith, 1894-1898

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Folder 23 Britton, Elizabeth Gertrude, 1893-1895

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Folder 24 Britton, Nathaniel Lord, 1893-1900, 1908

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Folder 25 Brooks, H. C., 1893

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Folder 26 Bush, Benjamin Franklin, 1893-1898

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Folder 27 C

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Folder 28 Canby, William M., 1893-1896, 1898

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Folder 29 Cheney, L. S., 1893, 1899

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Folder 30 Clements, Frederic Edward, 1893

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Folder 31 Cockerell, Theodore D. A., 1896-1897, 1901-1902

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Folder 32 Collins, J. Franklin, 1893, 1896-1897

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Folder 33 Cook, Orator Fuller, 1893, 1921

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Folder 34 Copineau, Charles, 1893, 1895

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Folder 35 Coulter, John Merle, 1893-1894, 1896

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Folder 36 Coville, Frederick Vernon, 1893-1894, 1898, 1902, 1906. Includes copy of the preface to Flora of Alaska and his tribute to Frederick A. Walpole

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Folder 37 Crandall, Charles S., 1893

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Folder 38 Crawford, E. W., 1893

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Folder 39 Crepin, F., 1895-1897

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Folder 40 Cummings, Clara Eaton, 1893, 1905

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Folder 41 Curtiss, Allen Hiram, 1893-1896, 1898-1900

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Folder 42 Cusick, William C., 1897-1898, 1900, 1902

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Folder 43 D

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Folder 44 Davidson, Anstruther, 1893, 1896, 1898, 1900

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Folder 45 Davis, Charles A., 1896

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Folder 46 Davy, J. Burtt, 1893, 1897

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Folder 47 Deane, Walter, 1895, 1897, 1900-1901

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Folder 48 DeCandolle, A. & C., 1894, 1900, 1907-1908

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Folder 49 Dewey, Lyster Hoxie, 1893, 1895, 1902, 1907

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Folder 50 Dickinson Seed Company, 1893

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Folder 51 Dodge, Charles K., 1893

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Folder 52 Dudley, William Russell, 1893, 1896-1897, 1899, 1904

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Folder 53 Dusen, P., 1893, 1902-1903

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Folder 1 E

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Folder 2 Eastwood, Alice, 1893, 1895-1896, 1898, 1900, 1907

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Folder 3 Eaton, Daniel Cady, 1893-1895

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Folder 4 Eckfeldt, John W., 1893

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Folder 5 Evans, Alexander William, 1896, 1900

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Folder 7 Farwell, Oliver A., 1893, 1899, 1901, 1916-1917

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Folder 8 Fenno, Frank E., 1897, 1904

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Folder 9 Fernald, Merritt Lyndon, 1893, 1895-1896

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Folder 10 Fink, Bruce, 1893-1895, 1908

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Folder 11 Fletcher, James, 1893

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Folder 12 Flett, J. B., 1900-1902

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Folder 13 Fowler, James, 1896-1897, 1901-1902, and undated

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Folder 14 Franceschi, Emanuele Francesco, 1893

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Folder 15 Frear, William, 1893

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Folder 16 Funston, Frederick, 1893

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Folder 17 G

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Folder 18 Ganong, William Francis, 1895-1896, 1901

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Folder 19 Geare, Randolph Iltyd, 1893

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Folder 20 Goode, George Brown, 1893

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Folder 21 Greene, Edward Lee, 1888, 1895-1897, 1902, 1904. Includes correspondence of Coville to Richard Rathbun urging acquisition of the Greene Herbarium; copy of the transfer papers, 1904; letter of Greene to Edward Palmer, 1888; and published reprint photograph of Greene

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Folder 22 Grover, Frederick O., 1896, 1899

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Folder 23 H

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Folder 24 Halsted, Bryon David, 1893

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Folder 25 Harper, Roland M., 1901-1902, 1904

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Folder 26 Harrison, Arthur Kenyon, 1893-1894, 1900

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Folder 27 Hasse, Hermann Edward, 1893, 1901

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Folder 28 Havard, Valerie, 1893-1897, 1900. Correspondence of 1897 concerns Medicinal Plants Survey

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Folder 29 Hays, Willet Martin, 1893

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Folder 30 Heller, Amos Arthur, 1893-1895, 1898, 1900-1913

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Folder 31 Hicks, Gilbert H., 1893

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Folder 32 Hilgard, Eugene W., 1893, 1898

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Folder 33 Hill, George William, 1893

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Folder 34 Hitchcock, Albert Spear, 1893, 1905, 1916

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Folder 35 Holm, Theodor, 1894-1895, 1899-1904

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Folder 36 Holzinger, John, 1893-1899. Concerns the botany exhibits at the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893

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Folder 37 Howe, Marshall Avery, 1893-1901

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Folder 38 Howell, Thomas, 1895-1896. Includes "An Account of the Botanical exploration of Thos. Howell in Oregon and Washington," 1877-1896

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Folder 39 Hoy, David F., 1893

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Folder 40 J

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Folder 41 Jepson, Willis L., 1895, 1897-1902

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Folder 42 Johnson, Duncan S., 1902-1903

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Folder 43 Jones, Lewis Ralph, 1893

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Folder 44 Jones, Marcus E., 1893-1898. Includes correspondence concerning a conflict over the shipment and reporting of specimens, 1894-1895

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Folder 45 Jordan, David Starr, 1896

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Box 3

Folder 1 K

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Folder 2 Kearney, Thomas Henry, 1893-1895, 1908

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Folder 3 Keck, K. von, 1893

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Folder 4 Kelsey, Harlan P., 1893

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Folder 5 Kennedy, P. Beveridge, 1907-1908

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Folder 6 Key, Thomas J., 1893

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Folder 8 Lamb, Frank H., 1895, 1897

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Folder 9 Lamson-Scribner, Frank, 1893

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Folder 10 Langlois, A. B., 1903. Concerns the purchase of the Langlois Herbarium, 1901

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Folder 11 Leiberg, John B., 1893, 1895, 1896, 1902. Correspondence dated 1893 concerns proposed collecting trip to Oregon

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Folder 12 Letterman, George W., 1893

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Folder 13 M

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Folder 14 MacDougal, Daniel Trembly, 1893

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Folder 15 Macmillan, Conway, 1893

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Folder 16 Macoun, John, 1893

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Folder 17 Maisch, John, 1893

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Folder 18 Mason, O., 1893

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Folder 19 Maxon, William Ralph, 1900-1912. Mostly letters to correspondents other than Coville

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Folder 20 McCarthy, Gerald, 1893

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Folder 21 Mearns, Edgar Alexander, 1893, 1903. Concerns plants collected on the Mexican Boundary Survey, 1893

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Folder 22 Meehan, Thomas, 1892-1899

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Folder 23 Merriam, C. Hart, 1905

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Folder 24 Mohr, Charles, 1894-1901

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Folder 25 Morong, Thomas, 1893

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Folder 26 Morton, J. Sterling, 1893

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Folder 27 Munson, T. V., 1894

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Folder 28 Mulford, A. Isabel, 1894, 1898

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Folder 29 N

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Folder 30 Nash, George V., 1893, 1899

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Folder 31 Nealley, Greenleaf C., 1893

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Folder 32 Nelson, Aven, 1892-1893

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Folder 33 Nelson, Edward William, 1894, 1898

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Folder 34 New York Photogravure Company, 1893

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Folder 35 Newlon, W. S., 1893

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Folder 36 O

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Folder 37 Olcott, James B., 1893

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Folder 38 Orcutt, Charles Russell, 1893-1894, 1898

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Folder 39 P

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Folder 40 Palmer, Edward, 1899

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Folder 41 Pammel, Louis H., 1893

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Folder 42 Parish, Samuel B., 1893-1909

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Folder 43 Parke, Davis and Company, 1893

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Folder 44 Parry, E. K., 1893

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Folder 45 Perkins, Janet, 1901-1906

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Folder 46 Pittier, Henri, 1893

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Folder 47 Plank, E. N., 1893-1902. Includes a manuscript entitled "Botanical notes from New Mexico," "Notes from the Itinerary of a Botanist," "Botanical Notes from Texas, No. 27," and "Botanical Library of E. N. Plank," 1900

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Folder 48 Pollard, Charles Louis, 1900-1903

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Folder 49 Purpus, Carl A., 1897-1898, 1900

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Folder 2 Redding, R. J., 1893

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Folder 3 Redfield, John H., 1893

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Folder 4 Ridler, C. E., 1893

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Folder 5 Riley, Charles Valentine, 1893

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Folder 6 Robinson, Benjamin Lincoln, 1893

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Folder 7 Rolfs, Peter Henry, 1893

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Folder 8 Rose, Joseph Nelson, 1893, 1897

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Folder 9 Rosenfeld, B., 1893

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Folder 10 Rowlee, Willard W., 1893

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Folder 11 Rusby, Henry Hurd, 1893, 1895, 1900

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Folder 12 Ruth, Albert, 1893, 1899

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Folder 13 Rydberg, Per Axel, 1893-1899. Includes report on the flora of the Black Hills, 1893

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Folder 14 S

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Folder 15 Sandberg, J. H., 1893

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Folder 16 Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1893

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Folder 17 Saunders, De Alton, 1893

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Folder 18 Sewall, Joseph A., 1893

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Folder 19 Seymour, A. B., 1893, 1901

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Folder 20 Sheldon, Charles S., 1893, 1899

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Folder 21 Sheldon, Edmund P., 1893

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Folder 22 Shimer, Henry, 1893

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Folder 23 Shuttlenorth, Edward A., 1893

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Folder 24 Skeels, Homer C., 1896, 1902

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Folder 25 Small, John Kunkel, 1893-1897

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Folder 26 Smith, John Donnell, 1893-1894, 1905-1906

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Folder 27 Spring, John A., 1893

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Folder 28 Spruce, Richard, 1893

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Folder 29 Stearns, Elmer, 1895, 1898, 1901

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Folder 30 Steitz, Adam, 1893

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Folder 31 Stewart, F. C., 1893

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Folder 32 Suksdorf, Wilhelm N., 1893, 1895, 1896, 1901

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Folder 33 T

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Folder 34 Thiselton-Dyer, William Turner, 1893

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Folder 35 Thompson, Charles Henry, 1893

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Folder 36 Thorne, Charles E., 1893

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Folder 37 Toumey, James Wilson, 1893

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Folder 38 Tracy, Samuel Mills, 1893-1903. Includes a report entitled "On the Establishment of a Grass Station," undated

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Folder 39 Trelease, William, 1893

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Folder 40 U-V

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Folder 41 Underwood, Lucien Marcus, 1893, 1895, 1899-1901

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Folder 42 Vasey, George, 1888-1889

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Folder 43 Vasey, George R., 1893

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Folder 44 W

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Folder 45 Waghorne, Arthur C., 1893, 1895

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Folder 46 Walker, Mrs. S. B., 1893

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Folder 47 Walpole, Frederick, 1898-1918

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Folder 48 Ward, Emma D., 1893

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Folder 49 Webber, H. J., 1893

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Folder 50 Webster, G. W., 1893

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Folder 51 Werner, William C., 1893

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Folder 52 Whited, Kirk, 1896, 1900

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Folder 53 Wilcox, Timothy E., 1893, 1896

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Folder 54 Wiley, Henry W., 1893-1894, 1897

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Folder 55 Williams, Thomas A., 1893

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Folder 56 Willits, Edwin, 1893

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Folder 57 Wright, S. Hart, 1894, 1896

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Folder 58 Wurzlow, Hugo, 1893-1894

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Folder 59 Zell, Lydia Diller, 1893

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Series 2

MEDICINAL PLANTS SURVEY, 1897-1898.

The Medicinal Plants Survey was undertaken in 1897 by Coville, Henry Hurd Rusby, and Valerie Havard to determine the distribution and abundance of medicinal plants so that the most valuable might be cultivated. This series consists of completed Survey forms, some including correspondence; letters from Coville and Havard to Charles Louis Pollard explaining the work; and a letterpress book of outgoing correspondence of Coville and Pollard concerning the Survey.

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Folder 1 Correspondence, 1897

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Folder 2 Medicinal Plants Survey questionnaires, B-J

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Folder 3 Medicinal Plants Survey questionnaires, K-W

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Folder 4 Letterpress book of outgoing correspondence, 1897

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Series 3

DEATH VALLEY MATERIAL.

In 1936 Coville began working on a revision of his Botany of the Death Valley Expedition, published in 1893. This series contains his notes for the revision, which he was working on at the time of his death.

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Folder 1 List of Death Valley plants, published and new

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Folder 2 Changes in place names, Death Valley: Dr. Coville's suggestions, 1936

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Folder 3 List of photographs of Death Valley plants, 1933-1934. Includes notes and annotated copies

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Folder 4 List of dry ground shrubs of Death Valley, undated

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Folder 5 Polypodiaceae

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Equisetaceae

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Salaginellaceae

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Folder 6 Pinaceae

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Folder 7 Gnetaceae

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Folder 8 Typhaceae

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Folder 9 Poaceae

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Folder 10 Juncaceae

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Folder 11 Liliaceae

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Folder 12 Iridaceae

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Folder 13 Urticaceae

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Folder 14 Polygonaceae

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Folder 15 Chenopodiaceae

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Folder 16 Nyctaginaceae

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Folder 17 Portulaceae

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Folder 18 Silenaceae

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Folder 19 Papaveraceae

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Folder 20 Brassicaceae

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Folder 21 Capparidaceae

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Folder 22 Grossulariaceae

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Folder 23 Crossosomataceae

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Folder 24 Rosaceae

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Folder 25 Mimosaceae

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Folder 26 Fabaceae

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Folder 27 Euphorbiaceae

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Folder 28 Vitaceae

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Folder 29 Malvaceae

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Folder 30 Loasaceae

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Folder 31 Cactaceae

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Folder 32 Onagraceae

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Folder 33 Apiaceae

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Folder 34 Loganiaceae

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Folder 35 Polemoniaceae

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Folder 36 Hydrophyllaceae

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Folder 37 Solanaceae

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Folder 38 Scrophulariaceae

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Folder 39 Plantaginaceae

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Folder 40 Rubiaceae

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Folder 41 Asteraceae

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Series 4

MANUSCRIPT ON CURRANTS AND GOOSEBERRIES, UNDATED.

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Folder 42 Manuscript on Currants and Gooseberries, undated.

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