Papers, 1937-1939.


Papers, 1937-1939.

Correspondence, principally regarding the administration of the herbarium, and a list of botanical specimens collected in southeastern Washington and northern Idaho. Correspondents include: C.R. Ball, Lincoln Constance, C.L. Hitchcock, J.T. Howell, A.M. Johnson, F.M. Ownbey, and C.P. Smith.

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