2003-2007

Publications 2003 - 2007
2003 [7-9 March]
"Dr. David Whitehouse Will Speak on the Blaschka Glass Flowers on Friday, March 7"
International Flameworking Conference
Location: Publications, box 3
Photograph of specimen.

2003
Rossi-Wilcox, Susan; Reiling, Henri; Bisaga, Philip
"The Blaschka's Lampworking Tables"
Journal of Glass Studies
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of Rudolf Blaschka's lampworking table; "working scale model of Bohemian-style lampworking bench"; Leopold's letter, workbench, and lampworking bench.
2003 [15 June]
McCauley, Stephen
"One of a Kind: Cambridge, Mass."
New York Times Magazine
Location: Publications, box 3

2003 [September]
Holloway, Marguerite
"Friable Flowers"
Scientific American
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of Nymphaea odorata, Iris versicolor (purple iris); plant ovary, stamen, and pistil of Tibouchina semidecandra (glory-bush).

2003 [Winter]
Monaghan, Nigel
"Modeling Nature"
Irish Arts
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of Aulosphaera elegantissima (radiolarian), Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, Evactis aretmisia, Psolus phantopus (sea cucumber), Limax maximus (slug), Lymnorea proboscidea (jelly fish), Polypus macropus (octopus) .

2004 [February]
Schultes, Richard Evans; Davis, William A.
"The Fragile Beauty of Harvard's Glass Flowers"
Journal of Antiques and Collectibles
Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
Photographs of Iris versicolor (fleur de lis), Panicum boreal (panic grass), Rudbeckia speciosa (coneflower), Echinocereus engelmannii (cactus).

2004
Daston, Lorraine
"The Glass Flowers"
Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Science
Location: Publications, box 3
Illustrations of Anemone pennsylvanica, Pectanthis asteroides, Aequorea vitrina, magnified Orchis maculata, and schematic blossom diagram; photograph of Susan Rossi-Wicox and specimen display.

2004
Sheehan, Laurence
"Fragile Beauties"
The Gardener's Life: Inspired Plantsmen, Passionate Collectors, and Singular Visions in the World of Gardening
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of specimen cabinets, Euphorbia marginata (snow on the mountain), Aster novae-angllae, and other specimens.

2004-2005 [Fall/Winter]
Hannum, Ann Barger
"Flowers with Deep Latin American Roots Bloom in Cambridge"
ReVista
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of cactus flower, yucca, Matilija Poppy, Pride of California, and dahlia .

2005 [November-December]
Wagner, D. Russell
"Glass Cacti"
Cactus and Succulent Journal
Location: Publications, box 3
photographs of Echinocereus engelmannii and echeveria.

2006 [28 September]
Metz, Tracy
"Planten en Dieren van Glass"
NRC Handelsblad
Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
Photographs of maple leaves [and squid]
2006 [December]
Lindner, Martin
"Vorsicht geschopfe aus Glas!"
GEO
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka, octopus, Aurelia aurita, Doto coronata, Lucernariopsis campanulata, Aulosphaera elegantissima, Physophora magnifica, and other specimens.

2006 [October]
"Glasmodelle von Leopold und Rudolf Blaschka"
Architectural Digest
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of William A. Davis and specimens.

2006
Rossi-Wilcox, Susan M.
"Art or Science?: The Glass Flower Models at Harvard Univerisity"
Kunstformen des Meeres: Zoologische Glasmodelle von Leopold und Rudolf Blaschka 1863-1890
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of matilija poppy, Blaschka's house in Hosterwitz, Tealia crassicornis Mull., letter (25 June 1889) from George Lincoln Goodale to Mary Lee Ware, red maple, Panicum boreale Nash (panic grass), field drawings of Physalis lanceolata and Thermopsis sp., Rudbeckia speciosa and (coneflower).

2007 [15 July]
McQuaid, Cate
"Flowers, from Sketches to Glass"
Boston Sunday Globe
Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
Photograph of sedge grass; sketches of sedge grass, Indian paintbrush, jacaranda, cacao, and cashew.

2007 [15 July]
Golec, Matt
"Harvard's Glass Flowers Exhibit Blends Art and Science"
Valley News,White River Junction, VT
Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
Photographs of Echinoceras englemanni and Iris versicolor.

2007 [18 May-25 November]
Botanical Wonders: The Story of the Harvard Glass Flowers
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of Leopold and Rudoolf Blaschka, Argonauta argo (octopus), and Houstonia caerulea L (bluets).

2007 [Summer]
Sterbenk, Yvette
"Botanical Wonders: The Story of the Harvard Glass Flowers"
Profitable Glass Quarterly
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of specimens.

2007 [2 July]
Baskas, Harriet
"At Corning, Art that Imitates Life--Astonishingly"
National Public Radio
Location: Publications, box 3
Photographs of Rhyncholstele rossii (Lindl.), Houstonia caerulea, Dichanthelium xanthophysum (Gray) Freckmann, and Malus pumila Emperor Alexander Apple (affected by apple scab disease).