1990-1999

1990 [March]
"The Glass Invertebrates of the MCZ"
OEBserver [Dept. of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University]
Location: Publications, box 2

1990 [March]
Weissman, Benjamin
"Christopher Williams' Dark Green Thumb"
Artforum International
Location: Publications, box 2

1990
"Proceedings: The Thirty-fifth Symposium on the Art of Glassblowing"
American Scientific Glassblowers Society
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of Rudolf and Leopold Blaschka boquet specimen; illustrations of specimen components.

1990 [4 November]
Jenks, Homer
"Taking a Shine to Glass Flowers in Cambridge"
Boston Sunday Herald
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2

1990
Whitehouse, David
"Amazing Blaschkas"
Journal (Glass Art Society)
Location: Rakow Research Library, Corning

1990 [March]
Weissman, Benjamin
"Christopher Williams' Dark Green Thumb"
Artforum
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Musaceae Musa rosacea, Sterculiaceae Cola acuminata, Leguminosae Erythrina Crista-galli Linn., Cucurbitaceae Cyclanthera pedata Schrad., Rubiaceae Coffea aribica Linn., Meliaceae Cedrela odorata Linn., Moraceae Ficus Carica Linn., Compositae Dahlia pinnata Cav., Malvaceae Gossypium herbaceum Linn., Crassulaceae Cotyledon orbiculata Linn., Solanaceae Browallia viscosa, Cucurbitaceae Luffa cylindrica.

1991 [April-October]
12 Ready-To-Mail-Postcards
Nature's Wonders in Glass: The Art of the Blaschkas
Location: Publications, box 2
Postcard photographs of Malus sylvestris Mill., Iris versicolor L., Philonexis catenulatus, Carinaria mediterranea, PPlocamophoruss imperialis, Ommastrephes sagittatus, Lemboglossum rossii, Opuntia stanlyi, Coffea arabica L., bouquet of phlox, Loligo alessandrina, Onychoteuthis krohnii, Philonexis carenae, Sepioteuthis sicula, and sea anemones.

1991 [Summer]
Whitehouse, David
"The Blashka Animals"
Glass Magazine
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Philonexis catenulatus, (octopus) Carinaria mediterranea (pelagic snail), Melibe fimbriata (sea slug), Astroides calycularis (stone polyp), Aculis rufibranchialis (sea slug), Omnastrephes sagittatus (squid), Sporadius impaliens (sea cucumber), Plocamophorus imperialis (sea slug), Synapta oceanica (sea cucumber), Spongodes celosia (alcynoid).
1991 [January]
Halva, Seija
"Lasikukkatarha"
Tiede 2000 [Science 2000, Finland]
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of specimens.

1991 [13 January]
"The Unique Glass Flowers of the Botanical Museum"
Faculty of Arts and Sciences Quarterly [Harvard University]
Location: Publications, box 2

1991 [13 January]
"Flower Power"
Boston Herald
Location: Publications, box 2

1991 [5 April]
"Experts Make Recommendations for Glass-Flower Preservation"
Harvard University Gazette
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
Photograph of Cereus aethiops (blooming cactus).

1991 [21 April]
Reif, Rita
"From Squids to Orchids, All in Glass"
New York Times
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of octopus.

1991 [April/May]
Williams, Lorraine
"A Touch of Glass"
Canadian Gardening
Location: Publications, box 2

1991 [May]
"Flowers and Sea Creatures Made of Glass"
OEBserver [Dept. of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University]
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of catus in bloom and nutmeg plant.

1991 [July]
Engman, Ronda
"Glass Menagerie"
Connoisseur
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Ommastrephes sagittatus (squid), and spray of orchids.

1991 [August]
"18th Annual Best and Worst Awards"
Boston Magazine
Location: Publications, box 2

1991 [1 September]
Garboden, Clif
"The Glass Flowers"
Boston Globe Magazine
Cartoon illustration of visitors viewing display.

1991 [December]
Yasuda, Rumi
25ans[Japan]
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Harvard Museum of Natural History and specimen displays.

1991 [10 December]
"Glass Flowers at Harvard University"
P&P 17 [Japan]
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of Malus sylvestris Mill.

1991 [October]
"The Botanic Garden: Is It's Past the Key to It's Future?"
Proceedings of the International Symposium: The 400 Years of the Pisa Botanic Garden
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of specimens.

1991 [Autumn]
"Selecting Blaschkas Models a Delicate Operation"
Autumn Newsletter [The Corning Museum of Glass]
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of cocoa pod and Raymond F. Errett repairing a scarlet runner bean and a bee's wing.

1991 [April 20-October 20]
"Nature's Wonders in Glass: The Art of the Blaschkas"
Brochure for exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass
Location: Publications, box 2

1991
"The Art of the Blaschkas: An Exhibition at New York's Corning Museum of Glass Celebrates the Unique Skills of Two Bohemian Glassworkers Who Specialised in Meticulous Natural History Models"
Crafts
Location: n/a
1992 [19 February]
Ingalls, Zoe
"Breathing Life into Glass Flowers"
Chronicle of Higher Education
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
Photographs of Nepenthes sanguinea Lindley (pitcher plant), Opuntia stanlyi Engelm (prickly pear cactus), Iris versicolor L., Ananas comosus (L.) Merr. (pineapple in flower).

1992 [February]
Miles, Paul
"Crystal Collection"
The Garden [Journal of the Royal Horticulture Society]
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of an iris and red maple.

1992 [Spring]
Langosy, Elizabeth
"The Unique Glass Flowers Flourish in the Botanical Museum"
Faculty of Arts and Sciences Quarterly Newsletter [Harvard University]
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of specimens.

1992 [July/August]
Beaulieu, Renee
"Glass Plants"
Fine Gardening
Location: Publications, box 2
Photogpraphs of Cornus canadensis and Panicum boreale (back cover of magazine).

1992 [September-October]
Sharpe, Mattiegrace
"Glass Flowers on Display at Harvard"
Casa Views
Location: Publications, box 2

1992 [July-August]
"Did You Know That . . . "
Casa Views
Location: Publications, box 2

1993
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report
Location: Publications, box 2
Illustration of Octopus macropus.

1993 [Winter]
Kennedy, Ira
"Harvard's Incredible Glass Flowers"
Herbalgram
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Luffa cylindrica L. (vegetable sponge), Eucalyptus globulus, Rudbeckia speciosa (coneflower), Centaurea cyanus L. (cornflower), and Blaschka's Dresden residence; drawings of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka.

1993 [January]
Dunhill, Priscilla
"Crystalline Wonders"
Victoria
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of meadow lily, coneflowers, bee pollinating Lopezia coronata, irises, matilija poppy.

1993 [1 February]
Seal, Mark
"Julia's Tea Party"
American Way
Location: ?

1993 [17 September]
Hightower, Marvin
"Glass Flower Collection Grows with Gift from Artists' Studio"
Harvard University Gazette
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
Photographs of Ulrich Jordis (Technical University of Vienna), Susan Rossi-Wilcox, and Richard Schultes around display; Cereus aethiops; boquet; and letters from Rudolf Blaschka to Leopold Blaschka.

1993 [27 September]
Arnold, David
"Glass Garden's Now Whole"
Boston Globe
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of iris and water lily.

1993 [30 September]
McGrath, Sarah
"High Science"
The Harvard Independent
Location: Publications, box 2

1993 [November]
Gould, Stephen Jay
"Flowers of Glass"
Discover
Location: ?

 
1994
Reiling, Henri
"Studiemodellen van Iagere diersoorten zijn-glaskunst"
Vereniging van Vrienden van Moderm Glas
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of specimens.

1994
"This Wonderful Life: Wonder X Series"
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Lulium canadense, Nymphaea odorata, nepenthes sanguinea, and Panicum boreal.

1994 [20 February]
Moller, Af jacob Bjerg
"Skore planter"
Sondag
Location: Publications, box 2
7 photographs of specimens.

1994 [April]
Reiling, Henri
"Unieke collectie glazen dieren"
Nieuwsbrief Conservering en Restauratie 7
Photograph of specimen.
Location: ?

1994 [April/May]
Segall, Barbara
"Handle with Care"
Gardens Illustrated
Location: Publications, box 2

1994 [9 October]
Photograph of flowering cactus.
Location: Publications, box 2

1994 [November]
Winter, Metta
"Case of the Lost Octopus"
Agriculture & Life Sciences News
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Philonexis catenulatus (octopus), Ommastrephes sagittatus (squid), Terrebella emmalina (burrowing tentacle worm), and five sea anemones (Stomphia churchiae, Bunodes ballu, Sagartia fuegrensis, Sagartia parasiticia, and Sagartia belles).

1994 [14 December]
Cohan, Daniel S.
"Glass Flowers Repair Program Delayed"
Harvard Crimson
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
Photograph of strawberry plant.

1994 [Spring]
Museum Acquires More Blaschka Materials
"Spring Newsletter" [The Corning Museum of Glass]
Photographs of curios from Blaschka's studio, case of glass eyes, Rudolf Blaschka's bench, and drawing of Octopus macropus.

1994
Crow, Thomas
"Unwritten Histories of Conceptual Art"
Location: Publications, box 2
Photocopy of hearse used to transport glass flowers.

1994 [Spring]
Doty, Mark
"The Ware Collection of Glass Flowers and Fruit, Harvard Museum"
The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review
Location: Publications, box 2

1994 [14 March]
Fineman, Charles S.
Letter to Susan Rossi-Wilcox; includes Fineman's business card.
Location: Publications, box 2

1994 [September/October]
"Exhibits, Talks, and Surprises"
Harvard Magazine
Location: Publications, box 2

1995 [4 January]
Sinnar, Shirin
"Students Rarely Frequent Museums"
Harvard Crimson
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2

1995 [Spring]
Papppenheimier, Will
"G.A.S. Committee Meetings for Boston Conference"
G.A.S. News [Glass Art Society]
Location: Publications, box 2

1995
Kremer, Von Bruno P.
"Die glasernen Wunder aus Sachsen"
Kosmos Marz
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Malus sylvestris, Rudolf and Leopold Blaschka, Rossioglossum grande, Iris versicolor, Cereus aethiops, and Eucalyptus globulus.

1995 [3 March]
Pierson, John
"Designers Do Mother Nature One Better, for Profit"
Wall Street Journal
Location: Publications, box 2

1995 [24 March-6 April]
Morrill, Hilda M.
"Cambridge's Unique Garden- In Flower All Year Round"
Cambridge Current
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Richard Evans Schultes and William A. Davis's book "The Glass Flowers at Harvard" and Barbara Jean Segall with Susan Rossi-Wilcox.

Publications, Oversized box 2
Vallongo, Sally
"A Garden of Glass Blooms at Harvard"
The Blade
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
Photograph of bouquet.

1995 [July]
Gardon, Anne
"Le jardin de verre"
L'actualite
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of specimens.

1995 [10 October]
Reiling, Henri
"Levend Glas"
Wetenschap-Cultuur En Samenleving
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of specimens.

1995 [Spring]
Meechan, Chris
"A Glass Menagerie: The Work of Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka"
The Glass Code
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Physalia physalis (jellyfish) and Actinoloba dianthus (anemones).

1995 [28 September]
Hightower, Marvin
"Dream Job"
Harvard University Gazette
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of Cherrie Corey.

 
1996
Rossi-Wilcox, Susan
"The Blaschka Glass Flowers at Harvard"
The Glass Art Society Journal
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Leopold, Rudolf, and Caroline Blaschka; panic grass; cornflower; and Susan Rossi-Wilcox showing slides.

1996 [January/February]
"Harvard Museums Make Radical Move"
Harvard Magazine
Location: Publications, box 2

1996 [Spring]
Ross, Linda
"1996 Boston Conference--Critical Mass--June 6-9"
GAS News [Glass Art Society]
Location: Publications, box 2

1996 [Spring]
"100 Glass Bead Artists"
Beadnews [Beadworks, Cambridge/Boston, MA]
Location: Publications, box 2

1996 [May/June]
"Critical Mass: The 26th Annual Glass Art Society Conference"
Glass Art Magazine
Location: Publications, box 2

1996 [18 June]
"Who made the famous glass fowers at Harvard's Botanical Museum?"
Boston Globe (Ask the Globe)
Location: Publications, box 2

1996 [July/August]
"Modeling Nature: Slices of Glass History from the Collections"
Harvard Magazine
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of Blaschka brooch.

1996 [Fall]
"Boston G.A.S."
Urban Glass
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of iris.

1996 [November/December]
Rossi-Wilcox, Susan
"Blaschka Glass Flowers"
Glass Art
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of iris, apple, and poppy.

1996 [January]
Monmaney, Terence
"The Quicker Picker-Upper"
Boston
Location: Publications, box 2

1996 [Summer]
Rossi-Wilcox, Susan M.
"Contemporary Lampworking: A Practical Guide to Shaping Glass in the Flame"
Glass
Location: Publications, box 2

1997 [1 February]
"Fragile Flowers"
Current Biology
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of pitcher plant, iris, poppy, and parts of glory bush.

1997 [June]
Early, Andrea
"A Passion for Fragile Beauty"
Harvard Community Resource
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
Photograph of Susan Rossi-Wilcox.

1997 [Winter]
Guiles, Catharine
"The Unchanging Fern"
Hardy Fern Foundation Newsletter
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of prothallium, antherozoids, sporohyte, sorus, and bachelor's button.

1997
Finch, John Alan
"Glass Flowers"
The Carnivorous Plant Society Journal
Location: Publications, box 2

1997
"The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants"
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Yucca, Echeveria, Venus's flytrap, and Coneflower.

1997 [4 November]
Pantano, Carlo G.
"Science in Art: Preserving the Glass Flowers" [draft]
Location: Publications, box 2
Illustration of specimen.

1997/1998 [1 July-30 June]
Watson, Rubie S.
Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology Annual Report [Harvard University]
Location: Publications, box 2

1997 [July/August]
[Reed, Christopher]
"The Glass Animals: Poor Relations of the Famous Flowers"
Harvard Magazine
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of tube-dwelling spaghetti worm, jellyfish, and squid.

1997
Dunham, Bandhu S.
Contemporary Lampworking: A Practical Guide to Shaping Glass in the Flame, 2nd edition
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of sea creatures and apple blossom.

 
1998 [January]
"New Museum Store"
Harvard Community Resource
Location: Publications, box 2

1998 [Spring]
"The Glass Flowers at the Harvard Botanical Museum, Cambridge, MA"
Arts Around Boston
Location: Publications, box 2

1998 [12 November]
Murphy, Anna Marie
"The Glass Flowers: A Fragile Legacy"
Harvard University Gazette
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Sharon Smith Abbott (conservator) examining specimen; Susan Rossi-Wilcox, Scott Fulton (conservator), and Abbot examining specimen; and Musa rosacea.

1998 [12 November]
Murphy, Anna Marie
"The Glass Flowers: A Fragile Legacy"
Harvard University Gazette
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Sharon Smith Abbott (conservator) examining specimen; Susan Rossi-Wilcox, Scott Fulton (conservator), and Abbot examining specimen; and Musa rosacea.

1998
Pantano, Carlo G; Rossi-Wilcox, S.; and Lange, David
"The Glass Flowers"
The Prehistory & History of Glassmaking Technology [reprint]
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Podocarpus (evergreen), Prunus persica, pitch pine, cross sections of pine needles from Pinus rigidia, cross section of leaf from Podocarpus macrophyllis, and cross section from peach tree model 798 (Prunus persica).

1998
Kohler, Lucartha
Glass: An Artist's Medium
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of coneflower.

1998
Reiling, Henri
"The Blaschkas' Glass Animal Models: Origins of Design"
Journal of Glass Studies
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of early models of Caryophyllia smithii Stokes (Devonshire cup coral); drawings of Bolocera eques Gosse, Bolocera tuediae Gosse, Bunodes ballii (Cocks) Gosse, Bunodes coronata Gosse, and Bunodes gemmacea (Ellis) gosse; photographs of model Sarsia siphonophora Haeckel, stages of development in common jellyfish, copy plate of Bougainvillia fruticosa, models of Bougainvillia fruticosa, Halistemma rubrum Vogt, and Pleurobrachia pileus; illustrations of Actinia flagellifera (Drayton), Actinia pustulata (Couthouy), Cardium edule Linne, and Bunodes gemmacea (Ellis) Gosse; photographs of early and late models of Bunodes gemmacea (Ellis) Gosse and model of group of plumose anemones.

1998/1999 [1 July-30 June]
Watson, Rubie S.
Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology Annual Report [Harvard University]
Location: Publications, box 2

1998
Murphy, Anna Marie
The Glass Flowers: A Fragile Legacy
Preserving Knowledge: Why It's Worth Saving the Past for the Future [A Special Report from Harvard University]
Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
Photographs of Sharon Smith Abbott (conservator) examining specimen; Susan Rossi-Wilcox, Scott Fulton (conservator), and Abbot examining specimen; and Musa rosacea.

1998 [18 February]
"The Pressler Collection--An Introduction"
Scientific Glassware
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka.

1999 [Winter]
Churchill, Richard
"Perpetual Beauty"
People, Places & Plants
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of an iris.

1999 [September]
Brown, Nancy Marie
"Flowers Out of Glass"
Research/Penn State
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of pitcher plant, bachelor's button, glory bush, iris, strawberry, red maple, and echinocereus cactus.

1999 [June]
Rossi-Wilcox, Susan M.
Jill Reynolds' Nexus
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of glass skeleton.

1999 [Winter]
Ficksman, Carol
"Taxonomy and Wonder: The Ware Collection of Glass Moel Plants"
This Side Up!
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of strawberry, bachelor's button, panic grass, and glory bush.

1999
Chambers, Karen S.
Clearly Inspired: Contemporary Glass and Its Origins
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of Centaurea cyanus L. (bachelor's button with moth).

1999
McShine, Kynaston
The Museum as Muse: Artists Reflect
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Musa paradisiaca, Anacardium occidentale, Luffa cylindrica, Erythrina Crista-gallis,Gossypium herbaceum, and Cola acuminata.

1999
Knowles, Jeremy R.
Letter to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
The Dean's Annual Letter to the Faculty [Harvard University]
Location: Publications, box 2

1999/2000 [1 July-30 June]
Watson, Rubie S.
Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology Annual Report [Harvard University]
Location: Publications, box 3

1999 [Summer]
Crow, Thomas
"The Museum as Muse: Artists Reflect"
Artforum
Location: Publications, box 2
Photograph of Gossypium herbaceum.

1999 [July]
Felgendreher, Werner
"Glasblumen von Leopold und Rudolf Blaschka aus Hosterwitz"
Der Elbhang-Kurier
Location: Publications, box 2
Photographs of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Cereus aethiops, Eucalyptus globulus, and Iris versicolor.

1999 [May]
"Blaschka Marine Animals Unveiled"
Agriculture and Life Sciences News
Location: Publications, box 2

1999 [May]
"Blaschka Glass Invertebrate Models"
Newsletter [Museum of Natural History, University of Illinois]
Location: Publications, box 2