Materials consist of approximately 115 gouache copies by Marie-Therese Missonnier-Vuillemin of illustrations in the "Badianus Manuscript"; and a descriptive pamphlet by Emily Walcott Emmart concerning the "Badianus Manuscript," an Aztec Herbal, "Codex Barberini, Latin 24 (Vatican Library), 1935. Additional documentation concerning the pro...
This accession consists of manuscripts and pamphlets on forestry in various European countries as well as Africa and Russia. John Croumbie Brown hoped to have the compiled manuscript published.
This accession documents the editorial process in producing the publications "Isis" and "Osiris" during the tenures of editors Charles Rosenberg (1986-1988), Ronald L. Numbers (1989-1993), and Margaret W. Rossiter (1994-2003). Materials include correspondence, article and book review manuscripts, peer reviews, letters to the editor, book ...
The manuscript documents Bazy's life as an African American cowboy throughout the Southwest prairies. Also included are photographs and two camp songs.
This collection contains a handwritten manuscript of approximately 200 pages by John Wesley. The manuscript gives a history of several generations of the Wesley family in Maryland.
This collection includes correspondence with Charles Russell Orcutt concerning Cactaceae, 1897; and a typescript for LANDMARKS OF BOTANICAL HISTORY: A STUDY OF CERTAIN EPOCHS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SCIENCE OF BOTANY, PART 2, PRIOR TO 1717 A. D., 695 pages. This typescript is dated 1936 and apparently was typed from the manuscript which ...
The original manuscript for Coltrane's composition, "A Love Supreme."
This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Committee.
This accession consists of miscellaneous publications, notes, drafts, maps and other related materials. Authors and correspondents include Spencer F. Baird, G. Brown Goode, Charles Rau, Theodore Gill, and Charles Greeley Abbot. Topics include Smithsonian history, museology, and scientific research. Provenance to this collection is unknown.
This accession consists of materials used by Charles Wallace Richmond (1868-1932) in the preparation of "The Richmond Index to the Genera and Species of Birds." Materials are primarily lists, notes and note cards.