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Botanists--United States.

 Subject
Subject Source: ="Local"

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Charles L. Porter papers

 Collection — Box Communal Collections 35, Placement: 01
Identifier: MSF 315
Scope and Contents The collection consists of one folder which contains Charles Porter's dissertation and an article by him.

Clinton A. Ludwig papers

 Collection — Box Communal Collections 28, Placement: 08
Identifier: MSF 232
Scope and Contents The collection consists of three folders containing articles by Clinton Ludwig.

Dennis McKenna collection of writings

 Unprocessed — Box Box 1
Identifier: 20130426.1

Edwin Butterworth Mains publications

 Collection — Box Communal Collections 30, Placement: 01
Identifier: MSF 239
Scope and Contents The collections consists of one folder which contains articles and publications by E. B. Mains.

John F. Trost papers

 Collection — Box Communal Collections 39, Placement: 10
Identifier: MSF 392
Scope and Contents The collection consists of one folder which contains two articles by John F, Trost.

Joseph C. Arthur papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: arthjc0
Scope and Contents The Joseph C. Arthur Papers (1.5 cubic ft.; 1872-1968) document the life and career of botanist Joseph Arthur. Types of materials in the collection include writings by Arthur, biographical information, printed material, photographic material, and correspondence. Although the bulk of the collection comprises Arthur's published scientific articles (1872-1936), numerous reports and printed material from Purdue's Agricultural Experiment Station and some information on the Joseph C. Arthur Herbarium...

Samuel N. Postlethwait papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSF 516
Overview Articles, artifacts, audio cassette, historical documents, instruction system design handbooks, manuals, papers, photographs, publications, teaching aids and devices, and teaching methods handbooks, which document the pioneering audio tutorial system of instruction of Professor Samuel N. Postlethwait during the 1960s and early 1970s.