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Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Record Unit 226

United States National Museum. Department of Botany

Records, 1918-1949

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: United States National Museum. Department of Botany
Title: Records
Dates: 1918-1949
Quantity: 5 cu. ft. (5 record storage boxes)
Collection: Record Unit 226
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This record unit includes incoming and outgoing correspondence with United States and foreign botanists; directors and botanists of United States and foreign herbaria; museum curators; colleagues; friends; editors; and scientific societies concerning examination and identification of botanical specimens; exchange of specimen collections; explorations and collecting expeditions, especially Killip's expeditions to South America; information on mounting specimens; requests for photographs pertaining to Killip's publications; requests for publications and reprints; reviews of monographs; checking manuscripts for taxonomy and nomenclature; scientific society meetings; nominations for officers and members of scientific societies; evaluations of colleagues for positions; recommendations for job openings; personal matters; also outgoing correspondence containing references to Killip's collecting expeditions to Colombia; his work on South American plants; determinations of plants received; maps; passports; manuscripts; and a few copies of outgoing letters of Paul Carpenter Standley, Assistant Curator, 1921.

Historical Note

Ellsworth Paine Killip, botanist, was born in Rochester, New York, on September 2, 1890. Killip attended the University of Rochester and received an A.B. in 1911. From 1914 to 1917, Killip held the position of associate curator at the Rochester Academy of Sciences.

On July 7, 1919, Killip was appointed as an aid in the United States National Museum, Division of Plants. He became assistant curator of the Division in December 1927, and on June 1, 1928, became an associate curator. Upon the retirement of William Ralph Maxon in 1946, Killip was made curator of the Division of Plants. During Killip's administration, the Division of Plants underwent reorganization. The Division was separated from the Department of Biology and raised to the status of a department, becoming the Department of Botany on July 31, 1947. Killip became head curator of the Department and also held the title of acting curator for the Division of Cryptogams, one of four original divisions formed under the reorganization. Killip retained both titles until his retirement from the Department in 1950. From 1951 through 1965, Killip continued his research and his ties with the USNM as a research associate in the Division of Phanerogams.

Killip's main studies were on the taxonomy of South American plants. Some of his expeditions to South America are documented in this collection. Among his publications is an article, "American species of Passifloraceae," 1938, and a major study on the passionflower family that was published in two volumes.

Killip was a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Cosmos Club, and the Washington Biologists' Field Club. He died in California on November 28, 1968.

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Descriptive Entry

These records document the history of the United States National Museum, Division of Plants (1919-1947) and Department of Botany (1947-1949) while Ellsworth Paine Killip was an aid, assistant curator, associate curator, and curator of the Division and the Department, as well as personal correspondence between Killip and his colleagues documenting their personal and professional activities. Included are occasional letters and copies of letters to and from William Ralph Maxon that apparently were forwarded to Killip. For the most part, this material includes loose incoming and outgoing correspondence between Killip and U.S. and foreign botanists; directors and botanists of U.S. and foreign herbaria; museum curators; colleagues, friends; editors; and scientific societies regarding the examination and identification of botanical specimens; exchange of specimen collections; explorations and collecting expeditions, especially Killip's expeditions to South America; information on mounting specimens; requests for photographs pertaining to Killip's publications; requests for publications and reprints; reviewing monographs; checking manuscripts for taxonomy and nomenclature; scientific society meetings; nominations for officers and membership to scientific societies; evaluation of colleagues for positions; recommendations for job openings; personal matters; also letterpress books containing references to Killip's collecting expeditions in Colombia; Killip's work on South American plants; determination of plants received; manuscript copies; passports; maps; and a few copies of outgoing letters from Paul C. Standley, assistant curator, Division of Plants (1921).

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 226, United States National Museum. Department of Botany, Records

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Container List

Series 1

OFFICIAL OUTGOING CORRESPONDENCE, ELLSWORTH PAINE KILLIP, 1920-1927. BOUND. INDEXED.

Outgoing letterpress correspondence, October 29, 1920-October 20, 1927. Indexed. 1 volume. Contains correspondence from Killip while he was an aid in the Division of Plants. Material includes examination and identification of botanical specimens sent in to the Division; Killip's collecting expeditions to South America and the plants collected from that region, especially in Colombia; and reference to other botanists collecting in that area. Below is a partially arranged listing of those persons Killip corresponded with. This listing has been taken from the index to the letterpress book. Correspondence within the book is arranged chronologically.

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Ames, Oakes

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Abbott, Mrs. G. I.

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Arthur, Joseph Charles

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Ariste, Joseph Brother

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Adams, Mr.

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Apollinaire, Brother Marie

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Bisset, Peter

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Britton, Nathaniel Lord

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Babcock, Ernest Brown

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Boyer, Charles D.

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Barnhart, John Hendley

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Bailey, Liberty Hyde

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Baxter, M. S.

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Berry, Edward W.

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Brown, N. E.

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Claude-Joseph, Bro.

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Coville, Frederick Vernon

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Conzatti, C.

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Coronado, N. E.

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Cody, M. D.

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Day, Mary

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Dyer, George

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Dewey, Charles A.

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Dodge, Charles Wright

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Davis, W. M.

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Day, Arthur L.

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Edson, William L. G.

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Faris, R. L.

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Fairchild, H. L.

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Gardner, N. L.

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Greenman, Jessie M.

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Gleason, Henry Allan

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Griggs, Robert Fiske

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Garcia, Antonio

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House, Homer Doliver

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Holway, E. W. D.

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Harscher, Alfred H.

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Howe, Marshall Avery

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Hazen, E. T.

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Herrera, Fortunato

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Hoffman, W. A.

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Hitchcock, Albert Spear

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Harris, J. Arthur

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Johnson, Duncan S.

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Johnston, Ivan Murray

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Julio, Brother

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Kendrick, R. M.

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Kodak

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Leon, Brother

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Lucas, Frederick A.

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Museo Nacional, Director (Costa Rica)

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Munroe, Helen

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Maxon, William Ralph

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Munz, Philip A.

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Mackenzie, Kenneth M.

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Millspaugh, Charles Frederick

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Mille, Rev. Louis

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Magruder, E. B.

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Macbride, J. Francis

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Nason, Roger S.

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Pennell, Francis Whittier

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Pittier, Henri

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Passports, Chief, Bureau of

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Paige, Sidney

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Purpus, C. A.

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Piper, Charles Vancouver

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Rose, Joseph Nelson

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Rigg, G. B.

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Reasoner, Brother

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Robinson, Benjamin Lincoln

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Russell, Paul G.

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Rollot, Maurice (see Ariste-Joseph in index)

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Scudder, N. P.

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Stoclberger, W. W.

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Skeels,

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Smith, John Donnell

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Standley, Paul Carpenter

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Swingle, Walter Tennyson

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Silsbee, Francis B. (listed twice)

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Small, John Kunkel

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Stewart, Milroy N.

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Schachner, August

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Schramm, J. B.

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Saunders, C. F.

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Safford, William Edwin

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Stewart, Ralph R.

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Schultz, A. H.

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Smith, Hugh M.

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Tharp, Benjamin C.

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Trelease, William

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Thomas, Chas. C.

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Tobon, Don Alfonso

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Werckle, Carlos

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Walcott, Charles D.

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Young, John P.

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Series 2

MISCELLANEOUS LETTERPRESS BOOK, 1921-1924, AND UNDATED. BOUND.

Miscellaneous letterpress book, 1921-1924. 1 volume. Includes some outgoing correspondence from Paul Carpenter Standley, assistant curator, Division of Plants (1921), and Ellsworth Paine Killip, aid, Division of Plants (1921-1922); also contains copies of Killip's manuscripts, including "Three New Species of Passiflora from Venezuela and Equador," and "Botanical Exploration in Colombia," which pertains to the Colombian trip made by Killip and Francis Whittier Pennell in 1922; also there are listings of determinations made on plants received by the Division.

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Miscellaneous letterpress book, 1921-1924

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Series 3

INCOMING AND OCCASIONAL OUTGOING CORRESPONDENCE, 1918-1949. LOOSE. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY AND IN MOST INSTANCES CHRONOLOGICALLY THEREUNDER.

Incoming correspondence, 1918-1949. For description of general contents see descriptive entry at the beginning of the finding aid.

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Alston, A. H. G. (1935-1947)

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Altsheler, Brent

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Alvarez, Vincente

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Ames, Oakes (1922-1939)

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Apolinaire, Brother Marie (1927-1942) (in Spanish)

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Archer, William Andrew (1930-1948)

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Ariste, Brother (1918-1925). Includes letters to William Ralph Maxon and letters referring to him.

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Arsene, Brother G. (1928-1936)

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Asplund, Eric (1931-1948)

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Baehni, Charles (1936-1948)

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Bailey, Liberty Hyde (1921-1948)

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Baldwin, J. T.

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Ball, Carleton R. (1928-1941)

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Balls, E. K.

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Barkely, Fred A.

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Barnhart, John Hendley (1927-1941)

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Bartlett, Robert A. and Bartlett, Harley Harris

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Bartram, Edwin Bunting (1928-1948)

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Baxter, Edgar

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Beetle, Alan A.

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Berger, Alwin (1925-1931)

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Berry, E. W.

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Bracelin, Nina Floy (1930-1947)

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Brenckle, J. F.

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Briquet, John A.

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Britton, Nathaniel Lord (1921-1933)

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Britton, Nathaniel Lord (1928-1934)

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Brown, Elsie

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Bryant, H. S.

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Buchtien, Otto (1928-1937)

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Buckholz, John Theodore (1943-1945)

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Burkhart, Arturo

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Burret, M.

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Camargo, Felisberto C. de

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Camp, Wendell Holmes (c. 1938-1948)

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Campos, Porto P.

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Carabia, Jose

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Cardenas, Martin

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Chardon, Carlos E.

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Clausen, Robert

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Cockerell, Theodore D. A. (1925-1932)

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Commerford, L.(?) E.

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Constance, Lincoln (1921-1948)

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Core, Earl L.

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Cornman, Alice (Mrs. L. R.)

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Cotton, A. D.

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Croizat, Leon (1940-1948). Correspondence includes accounts of Croizat and Elmer Drew Merrill's dismissal from the Arnold Arboretum, 1946, and politics within the Arboretum.

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Cuatrecasas, Jose (1943-1948)

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Cuatrecasas, Jose (1929-1942) (2 folders)

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Cutler, Hugo C.

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Danforth, Ralph E.

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Daniel, Brother (1933-1948)

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Dayton, W. A.

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Dennis, William Jefferson (1928-1948)

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Descole, Horacio R.

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Diels, L.

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Drouet, Francis E. (1941-1947)

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Dryander, Edith (1934-1946)

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Ducke, Adolpho (1930-1948)

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Dugand, Armando (1932-1948) (2 folders)

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Dwyer, John D.

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Eastwood, Alice (1934-1948)

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Edson, Josephine

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Elias, Brother (1928-1938)

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Epling, Carl (1927-1948)

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Erlanson, Carl O.

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Ewan, Joseph (1938-1948)

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Exell, A. W.

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Fairchild, David Grandison (1930-1942)

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Fairchild, Herman L.

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Fedde, F.

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Fedtschenko, Boris (1923-1926)

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Ferreyra, Ramon (1944-1948)

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Fosberg, Francis Raymond (1942-1948)

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Fries, R. E.

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Garcia-Barriga, Hernando (1937-1949)

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Gleason, Henry Allan (1925-1948) (2 folders)

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Gomez Lora, Hector N.

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Goodspeed, Thomas Harper (1938-1949)

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Goodwin, Richard H.

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Graf, John Ends (1931-1948)

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Grant, Martin L.

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Graves, E. W.

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Greenman, Jessie M. (1930-1946)

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Gregg, Clifford E.

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Gross, Rudolf

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Guevara, Amortegui, B.

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Guggenheim Memorial. Ellsworth Paine Killip correspondence recommending applicants for Guggenheim fellowships.

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Harms, H.

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Haught, Oscar

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Haupt, A. W.

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Hayward, Wyndham

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Hazen, Tracy E.

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Herrera, Fortunato L.

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Herter, G.

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Hill, Arthur W. (1926-1940)

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Hoehne, F. C. (1938-1948)

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Holroyd, Roland

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Houk, William G.

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House, Homer Doliver (1920-1934)

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Howell, John Thomas

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Hulten, Eric (1933-1948)

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Humbert, H.

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Hume, H. Harold. Contains William Ralph Maxon correspondence.

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Ibarra, Angel

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James, William (1934-1936)

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Jiminez, Jose

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Johnston, Ivan Murry (1922-1948)

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Jones, George Neville (1942-1948)

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Just, Theodor (1935-1948)

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Kearney, Thomas Henry (1932-1948)

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Killip, Ellsworth Paine (1920-1951). Includes correspondence; copy of birth certificate; letter of appointment as aid, Division of Plants (1920); membership certificate, Biological Society of Washington (2/10/1951); Spanish newspaper clipping regarding Killip's expedition in Popayan, Colombia; and Killip's travel vouchers to Colombia (1944).

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Ellsworth Paine Killip-Albert C. Smith Smithsonian Botanical Expedition to Peru (1929). Includes preliminary report of his fish-poison expedition; draft and final copy of the report; list of persons and organizations who helped on this expedition.

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Klug, Guillermo (1930-1940). Includes mss. listing of plants found near Iquitos (n.d.).

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Knuth, R.

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Kobuski, Clarence E.

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Kostermans, A.

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Kraus, E. J.

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Krukoff, Boris Alexander (1935-1947)

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Kumm, K. W.

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Lasser, T.

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Leon, Brother (1931-1948)

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Llano, George Albert (1946-1948)

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Lleavas, A.

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Lundell, C. L.

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Lutz, Bertha

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Macbride, J. Francis (1924-1948)

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Maguire, Basset

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Mason, Herbert L. (1942-1948)

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Mathias, Mildred E. (1930-1948)

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Maxon, William Ralph (1902-1946). Mostly personal correspondence.

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McVaugh, Rogers

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Merrill, Elmer Drew (1926-1948)

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Mexia, Ynes (1928-1938)

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Mille, Luis

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Moldenke, Harold Norman (1930-1949) (2 folders)

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Molina, G. C.

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Morrison, Benjamin Yoe (1933-1948)

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Munz, P. A.

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Murphy, Robert Cushman (1936-1948)

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P

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Penland, C. William

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Pennell, Francis Whittier (1919-1948) (2 folders)

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Pennell-Killip trip. Includes notes, lists of plants apparently related to the Pennell-Killip Colombian expedition (1922); "Memo in regard to botanical exploration in Colombia," mss. stamped W. R. M., 1/26/1925 (probably sent to William Ralph Maxon, as that is his stamp), outlining work to be done and completed work; "Botanical Exploration in Eastern Colombia" by Killip, regarding 1926-1927 Smith-Killip expedition.

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Perez, Arbelaez (1930-1947)

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Phillips, E. Perry

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Pickel, Benito

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Pierce, John

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Pilger, Robert

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Pittier, Henri (1920-1930, 1934-1939) (2 folders)

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Pittier, Henri (1940-1948, n.d.) (2 folders)

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Popenoe, W.

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Pulle, August

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Ramsbottom, J.

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Ranger, Stanley G.

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Rawlinson, Elizabeth

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Rechinger, Karl

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Record, Samuel J. (1928-1945)

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Rehder, Alfred (1927-1940)

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Rehn, James A.

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Roark, R. C.

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Robinson, Benjamin Lincoln (1923-1934)

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Robyns, W.

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Rothmaler, W.

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Rowe, L. S.

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Royal Botanic Garden (Kew, England) (1933-1947)

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Rusby, Henry Hurd

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Rydberg, Per Axel (1926-1930)

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Ryerson, Knowles

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Sa-Si

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Sj-Sz

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Samuelsson, G.

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Sandwith, N. Y.

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Schery, Robert E.

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Schmitt, Waldo L. (1938-1948)

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Schubert, Bernice G.

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Schultes, Richard E.

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Schwarz, Herbert F.

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Schweinfurth, Charles

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Seibert, Russel Jacob (1939-1947)

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Seifriz, William (1932-1948)

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Senn, Harold Archie (1935-1946)

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Simms, Stephen Chapman

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Sleumer, Hermann (1933-1947)

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Small, John Kunkel

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Smith, Albert C. (1926-1949) (3 folders)

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Smith, Charles P.

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Smith, Lyman Bradford (1928-1947)

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Smithsonian Institution Centennial (1946). Letters from botanists and botanical institutions, U.S. and foreign, sent to the Division of Plants, congratulating the Smithsonian on its 100th anniversary.

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Soukup, J.

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Stanco Incorporated (New York) (1929-1940). Stanco helped organize Ellsworth Paine Killip's expedition to the Amazon, 1929.

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Standley, Paul Carpenter (1928-1937) (2 folders). Includes letter on Chicago politics (10/22/1932).

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Standley, Paul Carpenter (1938-1947)

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Steele, E. S.

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Steere, William Campbell (1943-1947)

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Steinback, Don Jose

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Stevens, Neil E.

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Steyermark, Julian

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Svenson, Henry Knute (1931-1947)

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Tamayo, Francisco

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Tate, G. H. H.

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Taylor, William Randolph (1938-1947)

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Tomas, Alberto Brother (1939-1945)

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Trelease, William (1930-1938)

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Trelease William (1930-1945)

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Ulbrich, E.

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Uribe, Lorenzo Uribe

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Van Ooststrom, S. J.

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Vargas, Cesar

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Verdoorn, Frans (1931-1946)

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Voronoff, Georges

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Walker, Egbert Hamilton (1932-1947)

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Weatherby, Charles Alfred (1931-1944)

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Weberbauer, A.

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Weigel, Oswald

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Wetmore, Alexander (1932-1947)

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Wheeler, Louis G.

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Wiggins, Ira

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Williams, Llewellyn

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Williams, Louis Otho (1940-1946)

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Wilson, Percy

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Wittrock, G. L.

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Woodson, Robert Everard Jr. (1930-1947)

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Youngken, Heber Wilkinson (1941-1947)

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Yuncker, Thomas G. (1930-1947)

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