1960-1969

1960 [February]
Schultes, Richard Evans
"Harvard's Ever-Blooming Garden in Glass"
Carolina Tips
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens, moth specimen, Leopold Blashka, Rudolf Blashka, and display cases in the Museum.

1961 [March]
Fraser, Herbert C.
"The Glass Flowers at Harvard University"
Glass Club Bulletin
Location: Publications, box 1

1961 [April]
Peattie, Donald Culross
"The Flowers That Changed My Life"
Readers Digest
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens and moth specimen.

1961 [Spring]
"Harvard Museum's Flowers of Glass"
Asplundh Tree
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens, bee specimen, Louis Bierweiler, and the outside of the Museum.

1961 [9 May]
Harrington, Joe
"Glass Flowers All Safe"
Boston Globe
Location: Publications, box 1
Cartoon featuring "Mr. Glass Flowers" Louis Bierweiler.

1961 [10 June]
"Botanical Museum"
Harvard University Gazette
Location: Publications, box 1

1961 [15 June]
"Glass Flowers at Harvard University"
Textiles Review
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
Photographs of rhododendron, laurel blossoms, and moth specimen.

1961 [27 September]
Harrington, Joe
"All Sorts"
Boston Globe
Location: Publications, box 1

1961
Meyer, Frederick [Meyer, Messere, and Clegg, Inc.]
Interlaken Mills Bookcloth Advertisement [collection of correspondence]
Locaton: Publications, box 1
Drawing of Blashka nosegay.

1961
Brinkerhoff, Wayne [Fuller & Smith & Ross, Inc.]
Diamond Chemicals [collection of correspondence]
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
Photograph of unidentified botanical specimen.

1961
Schultes, Richard Evans, ed. [Ware, Mary Lee]
"'How Were the Glass Flowers Made?' A Letter by Mary Lee Ware"
Botanical Museum Leaflets
Location: Publications, box 1
Photograph of Rudolph Blashka.

1962: [7 January]
Ranney, Agnes
"The Garden in Glass"
Words of Cheer
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens, bee specimen, Louis Bierweiler, Leopold Blashka, and Rudolf Blashka.

1962 [January]
Clark, Sylvia
"Nature's Perfection Captured in Glass"
Horticulture
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens and moth specimen.

1962 [28 March]
"Noon Luncheon Preceded Club's March Meeting at Church Monday"
Daily Sentinel
Location: Publications, box 1

1962 [May ]
"Blaschka Exhibit of Glass Models at Harvard Took Two Lifetimes of Technicians"
Glass Horizons
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens and moth specimen.

1962 [15 October]
"The New Role of the Museum in American Life"
Harvard Foundation for Advanced Study and Research Newsletter
Location: Publications, box 1

1962 [18 October]
Davies, Lillian
"Primrose Garden Club"
Riverside News [RI]
Location: Publications, box 1

1962 [8 February]
Colley, Rita
"Art Club Trip"
Parkway Transcript [Boston, MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1962 [15 March]
Maddock Standard
Location: Publications, box 1

1962 [26 October]
"Seasonal Flowers Serve as Decorations for Qui Vive Meet"
Alliance Review
Location: Publications, box 1
1963
"Glass Flowers in the Ware Collection"
Botanical Museum
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens and moth specimen.

1963 [2 February]
Clark, Sylvia E.
"Collection of Plants and Flowers Will Never Fade-It's of Glass"
Willmar Daily Tribune
Location: Publications, box 1

1963 [10 February]
Riley, Arthur
Sound Waves Make Pile Driver Quiet, Faster
Boston Sunday Globe
Location: Publications, box 1

1963 [September]
"Sonic Pile Driver Reduces Vibration"
Civil Engineer in South Africa
Location: Publications, box 1

1963 [2 February]
Clark, Sylvia E.
"Collection of Plants and Flowers Will Never Fade-It's of Glass"
Lewiston Auburn Journal [ME]
Location: Publications, box 1

1963 [3 February]
Clark, Sylvia E.
"Collection of Plants and Flowers Will Never Fade-It's of Glass"
Press Register [Mobile, AL]
Location: Publications, box 1

1963 [19 February]
Clark, Sylvia E.
"Collection of Plants and Flowers Will Never Fade-It's of Glass"
Location: Publications, box 1

1964
Hall, Elizabeth, and Max Hall
"About the Exhibits"
Museum of Comparative Zoology
Locaton: Publications, box 1
Map of the museum.

1964 [9 June]
Bibb, June
"Glass Flowers in Rare Display"
Christian Science Monitor
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
Photographs of apple blossom and iris.

1964 [2 May ]
"The University Museum"
Harvard Alumni Bulletin
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens and outside of the museum as well as photographs of other collections in the museum.

1965 [June]
G.W.D.
"Speaking Orchid-wise"
American Orchid Society Bulletin
Location: Publications, box 1

1966 [6 January]
"Brass Tacks"
Franklin Sentinel [MA]
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

1966 [25 November]
Sanford, Jean
"Family Outing"
Providence Evening Bulletin
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens.

1967 [October]
Schultes, Richard Evans
"Harvard's Everblooming Garden in Glass"
Canadian Antiques Collector
Location: Publications, box 1

 
1968 [March]
Tijmens, William J.
"Die Glasblomme Van Harvard"
Lantern: Journal of Knowledge and Culture
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens, moth and bee specimens.

1968 [2 March]
Hubbard, Clarence T.
"The Sweet Smell of Spring- All Year Round"
Insurance Advocate
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [August]
Hubbard, Clarence T.
"The Fascinating Glass Art of the Blaschkas"
Antiques Journal
Location: Publications, box 1
Photographs of botanical specimens, bee specimen, nosegay, and both Leopold and Rudolf Blashka.

1968 [6 September]
Haskell, David
"Famed Harvard Glass Flower Exhibit Difficult to Believe"
Milford News [MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [29 December]
Hubbard, Clarence T.
"A Garden in Glass and sidebar Trip to Museum, Two-Hour Drive"
Hartford Times Sunday Magazine
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
Photographs of unidentified specimen with moth, Louis Bierweiler, and both Leopold and Rudolf Blashka.

1968 [17 September]
Haskell, David
"Flower Exhibit is Glassy Show"
Milwaukee Journal
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [30 September]
Haskell, David
"Harvard's Glass Flowers Look Unbelievably Real"
Capital Journal [Salem, OR]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [9 September]
Haskell, David
"Don't Walk on the Glass at Harvard's Flowers Show"
Portland Express [Portland, ME]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [11 September]
Haskell, David
"Flowers Duplicated in Glass"
Banner [Bennington, VT]
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

1968 [2 September]
Haskell, David
"Glass Flower Display Continues to Surprise"
Springfield News [MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [10 September]
Haskell, David
"Glass Flower Exhibit at Harvard is Famous"
Clinton Item [Clinton, MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [18 September]
Haskell, David
"Adviseable to Walk Softly Here"
Malden News [Malden, MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [11 September]
Haskell, David
"Famed Glass Flowers Attract 200,000 Yearly"
Framingham News [MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [19 September]
Haskell, David
"Stay off the Glass' at Harvard Gardens"
Los Angles Times
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [19 September]
Haskell, David
"Harvard's Glass Flower Show Defies the Eye"
Standard Times [New Bedford, MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [12 September]
Haskell, David
"Glass Floral Display Like Real Thing"
Waterbury Republican [CT]
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

1968 [9 September]
Haskell, David
"Walk Softly Through the Tulips, Please!"
Lompoc Record [Lompoc, CA]
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

1968 [29 September]
Haskell, David
"Glass Flower's at Harvard Draw Crowds"
Sunday Journal [Providence, RI]
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

1968 [9 September]
Haskell, David
"Walk Softly at Harvard Glass Exhibit"
Marlboro Enterprise [MA]
Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

1968 [10 September]
Haskell, David
"Walk Softly at Harvard Glass Exhibit"
Keene Sentinel [NH]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [18 September]
Haskell, David
"Visitors Warned to Walk Softly for Flowers"
Berkshire Eagle [Pittsfield, MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [11 September]
Haskell, David
"Visitors Must Walk Softly in Harvard's Glass Garden"
Gloucester Times [MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [9 September]
Haskell, David
"Visitors Urged to Tiptoe Through Glass Tulips"
Herald News [Fall River, MA]
Location: Publications, box 1

1968 [11 September]
Haskell, David
"Visitors Urged to Tiptoe Through Glass Tulips"
Atlanta Journal
Location: Publications, box 1

1968
Uschmann, Georg
"Die Naturgeschichte Des Biologischen Modells"
Neue Folge
Location: Not at Harvard