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Edward Palmer
1831-1911


Plant List of Mexican Plants, 1891

 

Scope and Content:

The Palmer papers consist of brief lists off his plants and more extensive field notes for his plants. There are two main sections of field notes in this collection--one set for Acapulco plants collected in 1894-1895 and one set for plants collected in the state of Durango, Mexico, in 1896. There are also a few notes by D.C. Eaton and Asa Gray on Palmer's collections.

The lists deal with collections made from 1880-1897.

Provenance:

Most likely Palmer's field notes were sent to the Gray Herbarium to be used in identifying specimens which he sent to the Herbarium; the notes probably just remained here after the specimens were identified.

 

 

Click on the following links to get more information about our holings of Edward Palmer materials.

Collection Note, Provenence, and Scope & Content Notes.

Container List

Other Palmer materials in our collections

Scanned Edward Palmer Materials (From the Harvard University Open Collections Program Expeditions and Discoveries Site)

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