Friends of the Farlow

Genevieve Lewis-Gentry, interim editor



Newsletters prior to 2010 are in Adobe Acrobat pdf files.
Those from 2010 and later are html files, with links to moderate quality pdf files in the rightmost column.

2013 Spring (no. 61) | Fall (no. 62)  
62 Mycological Stamps (Keiko Nishimoto) | News | Fun Finds | "Ugly Room" Transformation (Genevieve Lewis-Gentry)
61 Collections Online (Michaela Schmull) | Blow, Ye Fungal Winds (Lawrence Millman) | Presidential Fun Find | Clara Cummings Walk (Danny Haelewaters and Elizabeth Kneiper)
2012 Spring (no. 59) | Fall (no. 60)  
60 The Many Faces of "Cap" Weston (Lisa DeCesare) | Farlow Library Renovation (Judith Warnement) | Bioluminescence Event
59 Thaxter's Legacy (Serena Zhao) | News | Rembering Friends (Donald Pfister) | Oakes Ames the Student
2011 Spring (no. 57) | Fall (no. 58)  
58 Not All Scutellinia Species are the Same (Donald Pfister) |Walden Pond Recap (Jason Karakehian) |Farlow News| Note on Volunteerism (Donald Pfister)
57 Eliza Beulah Blackford (Lisa DeCesare) | Group Visits to the Farlow (Lisa DeCesare) | Harvey Pofcher (Donald Pfister)
2010 Spring (no. 55) | Fall (no. 56)  
56 Asa Gray's Last Collecting Trip (Lisa DeCesare) | Asa Gray, Donald Pfister and Harvard Summer School |Asa Gray Honored with Stamp | Elizabeth Kneiper Steps Down as FoF President (Donald Pfister)
55 Harvard's Pound Hall Was Named for a Nebraskan Mycologist (Brian Franzone) | Asa Gray Bicentennial Celebration (1810-2010) | The Farlow Thanks Dr. Norihide Amano (Judy Warnement) | Appreciating Gifts and Collections for Contemporary Biology (David P. Hughes) | Dry Storeroom No. 1: The Secret Life of the Natural History Museum
2009 Spring (no. 53) | Fall (no. 54)
54 Cemetery Lichens: Study Collections for Beginners (Elizabeth J. Kneiper) | Fragile Science (Tessa Updike) 1.7 MB
53 Following the Rake of Roland Thaxter - Unearthing the Hypogeous Fungi of South America (Matthew E. Smith) | Generous Gift from Professor Goos | Elam Bartholomew | 2009 Collecting Commences with Clara Cummings Walk | The History of the Farlow Part III- Financing the Farlow (Lisa DeCesare) | BMC hosts NEMF Foray
14.1 MB
2008 Spring (no. 51) | Fall (no. 52)
52 The Harvard-Google Project -- "Libraries, Books, Equality and Google" (Judy Warnement) | Caroline Coventry Haynes (Genevieve Lewis-Gentry) | The History of the Farlow. Part II. The Beginnings of the Herbarium (Lisa DeCesare) 9.2 MB
51 On the Trail of E. J. H. Corner - Collecting Mycenoid Fungi in Malaysia (Brian Perry) | The History of the Farlow. Part I. The Origins of the Farlow Library and Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany (Lisa DeCesare) | HPLC at the Farlow (George Davis) 6.6 MB
2007 Spring (no. 49) | Fall (no. 50)
50 David Linder and the Boylston Street Diatoms (Robert Edgar) | Teuvo Ahti honored | Visiting Lichenologists 4.9 MB
49 Studies on the genus Neolecta (David Hewitt) | Beata Ruris Otia Fungus Danicis Impensa “Happy Periods of Rest in the Country in the Company of Mushrooms” (Lisa DeCesare) 9.1 MB
2006 Spring (no. 47) | Fall (no. 48)
48 The Myxomycete Collection at the Farlow Herbarium (Genevieve Lewis-Gentry) | Anton deBary | Catacomb Curiosity - Navicula americana Ehrenberg (Robert Edgar)
0.8 MB
47 Ascomycota truffles: Cup fungi go underground. (Karen Hansen) | Tulasne Brothers Exhibit (Lisa DeCesare) | Harvard honors Professor Donald Pfister (Judy Warnement)
0.8 MB
2005 Spring (no. 45) | Fall (no. 46)

Heliosporidium parasiticum (Chlorophyta: Trebouxiophyceae), A Novel Entomopathogenic Alga with a Curious Life History (John Denton) | Stepping on Giant Diatoms (Elizabeth Kneiper) | A Study of Ramalina and Usnea Collections in the R. H. Howe, Jr., Lichen Herbarium (Elizabeth Kneiper) | When Lichens Inspire (Elizabeth Kneiper) | FoF Sponsors Red Algae Interest (Elizabeth Kneiper) | "Amanita phalloides" Exhibit (Lisa DeCesare)

0.7 MB
45 There's more to Indian Pipe than meets the eye. (Sylvia Yang) | Farlow / Lister Correspondence (Lisa Decesare)
2.7 MB
44 History of Mycological Illustration Exhibit (Lisa DeCesare)
2.0 MB
The Geneva Sayre Fellowship 2003: Studying the Farlow Lichen Collections from the British Isles (Mark R. D. Seaward) | More About Thomas Taylor and his Herbarium .... (Judy Warnement) | LaGreca Named Curator of Lichens at the Natural History Museum, London (JudyWarnement) | More about Scott ... "Shipwrecked" (Douglas N. Greene)
2.0 MB
Spring (no. 41) | Fall (no. 42)
Fungi in the Fossil Record of the Rhynie, Scotland (David Hewitt) | New Exhibits on the Botany Libraries Web Site (Lisa DeCesare)
0.7 MB
The William A.Terry Diatom Collection (Robert K. Edgar) | Who was M. A. Robinson? (Judy Warement)
Spring (no. 39) | Fall (no. 40)
Lichens and Bryophytes of the Boston Harbor Islands (Scott LeGreca) | Algae: Nature and Art on Martha's Vineyard (Judy Warnement)
0.8 MB
Lichens and Politics Meet on Mount Everett (Philip May)
0.7 MB
Spring (no. 37) | Fall (no. 38)
Recent Bryological Studies of Adirondack Mountain Alpine Summits (Norton G. Miller) | A Farlow Exhibit of Select Mycological Illustrators 1890-1925 (Lisa DeCesare)
0.4 MB
Mushroom Portraits Visit the Farlow (Lise DeCesare)
0.7 MB
Spring (no. 35) | Fall (no. 36)
Why Are There So Many Different Kinds of Mushrooms? (David S. Hibbett)
0.7 MB
Counting Fungi (Donald H. Pfister) | On Display in the Farlow Lobby Cyttaria: A Curious Fungus (Kris Peterson)
0.7 MB
Spring (no. 33) | Fall (no. 34)
From Roland Thaxter to PCR: A Century of Work on the Loboulbeniales (Alex Weir)
0.7 MB
Antarctica: Where Cryptogams are King (Rick Weinstein)
0.7 MB

Updated R.K Edgar 15 January 2010