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Economic Botany Historic Clipping File

 


Dr. Schultes teaching in the Nash Lecture Hall
Painting by Hannah Barrett, November 1994

This is a collection of small manuscripts, photographs, magazine and newspaper articles dealing with economic botany ending circa 1985. The collection was housed in the Nash Lecture Hall, Harvard Museum of Natural History. In 2001 it was transferred to the Botany Libraries, Harvard University Herbaria.

The files are arranged alphabetically by subject with the plants usually filed under their Latin name.

 

Clipping Files J-K

Jasminum - 1 item.

Jatropha - 3 items.

Jojoba Happenings - 1983 - 1985 16 selected issues.

Jubaea - 1 item.

Juglans - 5 items, including Horticulture 1944 "The Noble Black Walnut".

Juniperus - 9 items.

Jute - 10 items, including Commerce Reports 1932 "The Jute Industry in India".

Kalopanix - 1 item.

Kalmia - 7 items, including The Garden 1919 "The Kalmias".

Kapok - 16 items, including The Agriculture News 1912 "Silk Cotton, or Kapok".

Kelp - 14 items, including Scientific American 1918 "Sea-Weed for War".

Kenaf - 1 item.

Kerstingiello - 3 items.

Kigelia - 2 items, including Field Museum News 1935 "The Sausage Tree".

Khat - 11 items.

Kniphorifa - 1 item.

Last updated February 2009. Send comments, corrections, or updates to: ldecesare@oeb.harvard.edu
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