1940-1949

1940 [July]
"Souvenirs of a Lost Art"
Antiques
Location: Publications, box 1
2 photographs of botanical specimens.

1940 [July]
Brothers, Stanley J. Jr.
"Thumbnail Sketches"
Hobbies
Location: Publications, box 1

1940 [18 November]
No Author Listed
"The Botanical Museum of Harvard University"
Chronica Botanica
Location: Publications, box 1

1940 [9 December]
Bogan, Louise
"Animal, Vegetable and Mineral"
New Republic
Location: Publications, box 1
Poem. 2 copies, with letter from William Davis to author. Letter includes thanks in poem form.

1940
Kredel, Fritz, Oakes Ames, and Albert Frederick Hill
Glass Flowers from the Ware Collection in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University
Location: Economic Botany - QK 98.3 H369 1940x

1941 [March]
Glacifier
The American Magazine
Location: Publications, box 1
Photograph of Louis C. Bierweiler and botanical specimen.

1941 [19 March]
"Museum Puts Glass Flowers Under Fluorescent Lighting"
Harvard Crimson
Locaton: Publications, box 1

1941 [19 March]
"Harvard's Collection of Glass Flowers Enhanced by Lighting"
Boston Evening Globe
Location: Publications, box 1

1941 [19 March]
"New Lights Bring Out Glass Flowers' Charm"
Christian Science Monitor
Location: Publications, box 1

1941 [20 March]
"New Lighting for the Glass Flowers"
Cambridge Chronicle and Sun [Massachusetts]
Location: Publications, box 1

1941 [2 September]
Bergin, Dorothy
"Glass Flowers"
Youth Instructor
Locaton: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens.

1942 [August]
"The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University"
Yankee
Location: Publications, box 1

1943 [January]
Hildebrand, J.R.
"Glass "Goes to Town"
National Geographic Magazine
Location: Publications, box 1
Photograph of woman with glass nosegay.

1943 [24 September]
"Duke Enjoys Harvard Visit"
Boston Traveler [Blue Streak Edition]
Location: Publications, box 1

1943
"The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants"
Botanical Museum of Harvard University
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens.
1944 [3 August]
"Factographs"
Gazette [Phoenix, AZ]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [12 May]
"Factographs"
News-Tribune [PA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [12 May]
"Did You Know"
Observer [Washington, PA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [12 May]
Brief Clipping
Herald [Clinton, Iowa]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [12 May]
Factographs
Herald [Merrill, Wisconsin]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [11 May]
Factographs
Herald-American [Donora, PA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [18 May]
Brief Clipping
Republican [Santa Rosa, CA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [15 June]
Brief Clipping
News [Holdenville, Oklahoma]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [29 May]
Brief Clipping
News Red Bluff, CA
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [10 May]
Brief Clipping
Citizen [Ambridge, PA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [15 June]
"First Glass Flowers"
Review [Greensburg, PA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1944 [9 May]
"Odd Facts"
Sentinal [Grafton, WV]
Location: Publications, box 1

1945 [5 April]
Richter, Edna M.
"The Meeting Place"
American Orchid Society Bulletin
Location: Publications, box 1
Photograph of Botanical Museum.

1945 [30 July ]
"Fragile Garden"
Pathfinder [Farm Journal, Chicago, IL]
Location: Publications, box 1

1946
Ames, Oakes
"The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University"
Botanical Museum of Harvard University
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens.

1946 [5 January]
Simms, Marion
"Harvard's Unusual Glass Flowers"
The Gateway
Location: Publications, box 1
Drawing of glass nosegay.

1946 [September]
"Glass Models of Flowers and Plants Viewed by Thousands of Visitors"
Ceramic Industry
Location: Publications, box 1

1947 [20 May]
Homer, William F. Jr.
"Harvard Glass Flower Collection puts Modern Craftsmen in Shade"
Boston Herald
Location: Publications, box 1

1948 [January]
Phillips, E.P.
"The Ware Collection of Glass Models of Plants"
Public Servant
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens.

1948 [9 October]
Brelis, Dean
"200,000 Persons Viewed Harvard's Glass Flowers"
Boston Sunday Globe
Location: Publications, box 1

1949 [12 March]
"They Certainly Look Real"
Christian Science Monitor
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
Photographs of Louis C. Bierweiler and Dahlia variabillis Desf., Centaurea cyanus, Campis radicans L., and Prunus persica L.

1949 [ 19 November]
"Harvard's Unusual Glass Flowers"
Builders
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens.

1949
Talcott, Rebecca Bennett
Harvard Botanical Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Location: Rakow Research Library (Corning Museum)