Papers, 1908-1962.


Barrett, J. T. (James Theophilus), b. 1876. Papers, 1908-1962.

Papers, 1908-1962.

Correspondence, research notes, publications, maps, and questionnaires, relating to Barrett's activities at University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus), Agricultural Experiment Station, and University of California (Berkeley campus), concerning plant pathology research, mycorrhiza fungi, and Rhizophagus, including lists of vegetable gardens and a radish black root disease survey of Illinois. Correspondents include Thomas J. Burrill, J.J. Davis, and J.W. Gerdemann.

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