Correspondence : Buckley (Samuel) and Engelmann (George),
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Title

Correspondence : Buckley (Samuel) and Engelmann (George), 1839-1860.

By

Buckley, S. B. (Samuel Botsford), 1809-1884

Genre

Book

Publication info

Notes:

Incoming correspondence to George Engelmann from Samuel Botsford Buckley, for 1839-1860. The correspondence relates to the desire for exchange of specimens, particularly fossils and shells for plant specimens. Desire for rare plant specimens from St. Louis, Texas and Rocky Mts. Collections in Texas. Vitis which Engelmann wished him to collect. Dr. Shumard - wish to spend summer with him in Texas.

Folder contains original letters.

Subjects

(Benjamin Franklin), , (Moses Ashley), , (Samuel Botsford), , (William Marbury), , 1794-1863 , 1802-1879 , 1808-1872 , 1809-1857 , 1809-1884 , 1811-1848 , 1820-1869 , Botanical specimens , Buckley, S. B , Carpenter, W. M , Collection and preservation , Convovulaceae , Correspondence , Cruciferae , Curtis, M. A , Cuscuta , Description and travel , Draba , Duerinck, Jean-Baptiste, , Engelmann, George, , Fossils , Letters , Lindheimer, Ferdinand, , Missouri , Rare plants , Rocky Mountains , Saint Louis , Shells , Short, Charles Wilkins, , Shumard, B. F , Texas , Travel , Vitaceae , Vitis

BHL Collections:

Engelmann Papers, Missouri Botanical Garden

Call Number

Archives Collection 1 RG 4/1/5/1

Language

English

Identifiers:

OCLC: 854667137

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title = {Correspondence : Buckley (Samuel) and Engelmann (George), 1839-1860. },
volume = {Buckley to Engelmann, 1839-1860},
copyright = {Permission to digitize granted by rights holder},
url = {http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/135032},
note = {http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/67418 --- Incoming correspondence to George Engelmann from Samuel Botsford Buckley, for 1839-1860. The correspondence relates to the desire for exchange of specimens, particularly fossils and shells for plant specimens. Desire for rare plant specimens from St. Louis, Texas and Rocky Mts. Collections in Texas. Vitis which Engelmann wished him to collect. Dr. Shumard - wish to spend summer with him in Texas. --- Folder contains original letters.},
publisher = {},
author = {Buckley, S. B.},
year = {1839-1860},
pages = {38},
keywords = {(Benjamin Franklin),|(Moses Ashley),|(Samuel Botsford),|(William Marbury),|1794-1863|1802-1879|1808-1872|1809-1857|1809-1884|1811-1848|1820-1869|Botanical specimens|Buckley, S. B|Carpenter, W. M|Collection and preservation|Convovulaceae|Correspondence|Cruciferae|Curtis, M. A|Cuscuta|Description and travel|Draba|Duerinck, Jean-Baptiste,|Engelmann, George,|Fossils|Letters|Lindheimer, Ferdinand,|Missouri|Rare plants|Rocky Mountains|Saint Louis|Shells|Short, Charles Wilkins,|Shumard, B. F|Texas|Travel|Vitaceae|Vitis|},
}

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