Papers of Oakes Ames, 1897-1967 (inclusive).

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Papers of Oakes Ames, 1897-1967 (inclusive).

Papers of Oakes Ames, 1897-1967 (inclusive).

 Oakes Ames (1874-1950) graduated from Harvard in 1898, taught botany at Harvard and was director of the Botanical Museum.  His papers document his personal and family life, and include autobiographical material.  They also document the field of botany, including teaching, research, and the administration of the Botanical Museum.

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Ames, Oakes, 1874-1950

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Born in North Easton, Massachusetts on September 26, 1874, Oakes Ames was the son of Massachusetts Governor Oliver Ames. He received a bachelor's degree from Harvard in 1898, followed by a master's degree in 1900. Ames had a lengthy and distinguished career as a botanist, including serving as supervisor of the Arnold Arboretum from 1927-1937 and as the Arboretum's second director from 1937 to 1945. He was also a professor of botany at Harvard University. Ames died in Ormond, Florida on April 30,...

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