The Archives of Rudolf and Leopold Blaschka and the Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants

Every year, more than 100,000 people visit the Glass Flowers. Gardeners come, looking for irises and delphiniums. Cooks come, looking for nutmeg and cacao. Mathematicians come, looking for patterns in pineapples and sunflowers.

Others come without any mission, simply to see with their own eyes these icons of artistry and meticulousness.

The nearly 3,000 models were made by just two men, Leopold Blaschka (1822-1895) and his son Rudolf (1857-1939). Heirs to a long tradition of glass-working in Bohemia, they had moved to Germany and established a studio outside of Dresden.

There, the Blaschkas fashioned jellyfish, sea anemones and other marine invertebrates sought by museums worldwide. Their colorful glass replicas captured the liveliness of organisms usually reduced to shapeless blobs in jars of alcohol.

The Blaschkas’ glass sea creatures drew the attention of Professor George L. Goodale, the first director of Harvard’s Botanical Museum. He had been searching for a better way to represent the flora. “Flowers are perishable,” he explained at the 1890 dedication. “When dried they are distorted, when placed in alcohol they are robbed of their color.” Drawings, while “spirited and truthful,” were flat. Wax flowers or papier-maché, often used in funeral wreaths, were “exaggerated and grotesque.”

Goodale believed glass models were the answer. In 1886, with single-minded determination, he met with the Blaschkas in their German home:

On a shelf in the reception room there stood a vase of brilliant orchids, indicating that the artists were very fond of flowers, and this opened the way. You may imagine my surprise when I found that the flowers of orchids before me were made of glass, and they had stood uninjured, although without protection, in an open room since 1862. What the artists had done once, they could do again, and for their experiments I paid them liberally in advance, and took my leave while they were still shaking their heads and refusing. During the evening, the younger Blaschkas came to the hotel and said that they had decided to try the work.

The first models arrived in 1887, and although they had been broken in customs, Goodale recognized their excellence. With the financial backing of Mary L. Ware and her mother Elizabeth, heirs to a whaling fortune, Goodale succeeded in negotiating a full-time contract with the Blaschkas in 1890. The two artists agreed to make Glass Flowers and nothing else – perhaps little suspecting that the project would take 50 years!

The collection was dedicated as a memorial to Elizabeth’s husband, Dr. Charles E. Ware, a naturalist and prominent professor at Harvard Medical School. Daughter Mary Ware took an active role in the collection, personally unpacking each model and arranging for Rudolf Blaschka’s fieldwork in the U.S. and Jamaica.

The Blaschkas worked at a phenomenal pace. By the time of Leopold’s death in 1895, nearly three-fourths of the models had already been completed. Alone, without apprentices, Rudolf continued the project, always perfecting his technique. He was nearly 80 when the final shipment was sent in 1936.

Although the Glass Flowers are rarely used today in the teaching of botany, they remain timeless.

An online exhibit on processing the Archives of Rudolf and Leopold Blaschka and the Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plantsis available here.

Series Descriptions

Below is a listing of the The Blaschka Glass Flower Archives collections. Click on a link to access specific sections of the finding aid. These will provide you with biographical information, collection scope, size, and material types.

 

Series I. Blaschka Correspondence

Series II. Blaschka Drawings & Paintings

Series III. Blaschka Ephemera and Artifacts

Series IV. Biographical Information

  • Sub-Series I. Leopold & Rudolf Blaschka
  • Sub Series II. Elizabeth Ware
  • Sub Series III. George Lincoln Goodale

Series V. Ware Collection of Glass Flower Models

Series VI. Other Blashka Models

Series VII. Harvard University Botanical Museum

Series VIII. Publications Referencing Leopold & Rudolf Blaschka and Glass Flower Exhibit

Series IX. Loan and Use of Collections [files closed]

Series X. Ownership and Copyright [files closed]

 

Series I: Correspondence

""Sub-Series I: Blaschka Correspondence from Studio

Folder 1: 1866-1883, undated
Folder 2: February 1892
Folder 3: March 1892
Folder 4: April 5-16, 1892
Folder 5: April 16-21, 1892
Folder 6: April 24-May 4, 1892
Folder 7: May 5-19, 1892
Folder 8: May 20-31, 1892
Folder 9: June 4-6, 1892
Folder 10: June 8-17, 1892
Folder 11: June 9-23, 1895
Folder 12: June 29-July 5, 1895
Folder 13: July 8-15, 1895
Folder 14: July 17-August, 1895
Folder 15: Undated/after 1898
Folder 16: 1916-1946

Financial and official documents

Folder 1: Military documents, c. 1870s
Folder 2: Financial notes, 1931-1944, undated
Folder 3: Financial statements, 1914-1921
Folder 4: Court Document, 1954

Notes and publications

Folder 1: Rudolf Blaschka Publications, 1880
"Hydroidquallen oder Craspedoten" by Von Rudolph Blaschka, 1880 (2 copies)
"Die Nacktschnecken des Meeres" by Von Rudolf Blaschka, 1880 (2 copies)
Folder 2: Dresden ISIS publication, 1935
"Naturwiffenschaftlichen Gefellschaft ISIS zu Dresden (gegründet 1833)", June 1935; Rudolf Blaschka is mentioned on page 10
Folder 3: Lists, undated
Two undated lists in German, one that is one page long and another that is two pages long, possibly of specimens or glass flowers (very fragile)

Oversize correspondence

Folder 1: 1881, February 3-14, 1892
Folder 2: February 15-19, 1892
Folder 3: March 6-23, 1892
Folder 4: April 7-20, 1892
Folder 5: April 22-30, 1892
Folder 6: May 7-11, 1892
Folder 7: May 15-31, 1892
Folder 8: June 2-10, 1892
Folder 9: June 7-19, 1895
Folder 10: July 1-10, 1895

Miscellaneous oversize:

Folder 1: Notes, 1893 + undated
Folder 2: Building inspection, 1912
Folder 3: Financial documents, 1919 + 1934

 

Sub-Series II: Ware Correspondence Summary

This series includes correspondence kept by Mary Lee Ware and her mother, Elizabeth. It is arranged chronologically, and spans the years 1887-1936. The bulk of the correspondence is between Rudolf (Rudolph) Blaschka, G.L. (George Lincoln) Goodale, Mary Lee Ware, and Oakes Ames.

Carton 1:

Folder 1: 1887 + undated, 4 letters
Folder 2-3: 1888, 5 letters
Folder 4-10: 1889, 18 letters
Folder 11-24: 1890, 38 letters
Folder 25-32: 1891, 31 letters
Folder 33-42: 1892, 39 letters
Folder 43-50: 1893, 29 letters
Folder 51-54: 1894, 16 letters
Folder 55-58: 1895, 15 letters
Folder 59-64: 1896, 21 letters
Folder 65-69: 1897, 13 letters
Folder 70-71: 1898, 6 letters
Folder 72-74: 1899, 9 letters
Folder 75-86: 1900, 43 letters
Folder 87-91: 1901, 18 letters
Folder 92-94: 1902, 8 letters
Folder 95-96: 1903, 7 letters
Folder 97-100: 1904, 14 letters
Folder 101: 1905, 4 letters
Folder 102-107: 1906, 23 letters
Folder 108-110: 1907, 13 letters
Folder 111-112: 1908, 8 letters
Folder 113-115: 1909, 13 letters
Folder 116-117: 1910, 8 letters
Folder 118-119: 1911, 8 letters
Folder 120-121: 1912, 7 letters
Folder 122-123: 1913, 5 letters
Folder 124-125: 1914, 5 letters
Folder 126: 1915-1916, 1 letter from 1915; 5 from 1916
No correspondence from 1917-1919
Folder 127: 1920, 4 letters
Folder 128: 1921, 2 letters
Folder 129: 1922, 5 letters
Folder 130-135: 1923, 21 letters
Folder 136-141: 1924, 26 letters
Folder 142-143: 1925, 8 letters
Folder 144-145: 1926, 9 letters
Folder 146: 1927, 5 letters
Folder 147-150: 1928, 12 letters
Folder 151: 1929, 4 letters
Folder 152-153: 1930-1931, 1 letter from 1930, 6 from 1931
Folder 154-155: 1932-1933, 2 letters from 1932, 6 from 1933
Folder 156: 1934, 2 letters, 1 folder
Folder 157: 1935, 3 letters, 1 folder
Folder 158: 1936, 5 letters, 1 folder

Oversized box:

Folder 1: June 9 and 11, 1889
Folder 2: June 12, 20, 24, 1889
Folder 3: June 25 and 26; September 23, 1889
Folder 4: January 4 and 27, 1891
Folder 5: July 18, 1893 (2 letters); November 3, 1894
Folder 6: September 18, 1895; October 23, 1896; December 11, 1896 (2 letters)
Folder 7: March 23, 1897; February 6, August 2, 1898
Folder 8: February 3, April 5, August 31, 1899
Folder 9: October 1, December 12, 1899; July 15, 1900
Folder 10: August 7 (2 letters), August 27, November 4, 1900
Folder 11: September 16, November 17, 1901; February 24, 1902
Folder 12: June 1, 1902; February 1, April 14, 1903
Folder 13: September 15, November 1, 1903; January 3, 1904
Folder 14: May 2 and 29, August 8, 1904
Folder 15: October 28, November 28, December 31, 1904
Folder 16: February 12 (2 letters), April 9, 1905
Folder 17: August 23, October 27 and 28, 1906
Folder 18: November 30, December 11, 1906; January 23, 1907
Folder 19: July 14, 1907; January 1, March 22, 1908
Folder 20: July 29, August 21, 1908; January 5, 1910
Folder 21: September 14, 1913; February 2, 1914; February 15, 1920
Folder 22: September 12, November 29, 1923; January 30, 1925
Legal Folder 1: May 8, 1890; September 21, 1900
Legal Folder 2: May 4, June 21, 1923; March 24, 1925; January 25, May 30, 1928
Legal Folder 3: April 5, 1929; June 30, 1931

 

Series II. Drawings & Paintings

Sub-Series I: Paintings
  1. Landscape of trees and lianas (no date or signature) oil (?) on board. Painting scratched in several places; gold frame 13¼ x 15¾“.
  2. Blaschkas’ home and front yard (no date or signature) oil on canvas. Ornate gold frame 18 x 14½“
Sub-Series II: Drawings and Prints
  1. Folder 1: Rudolf Blaschka Drawings
    1. Charcoal study of Acanthus leaves, signed R Blaschka, 1869.
    2. Charcoal study of leafy medallion, signed R Blaschka, 1870.
  2. Folder 2: Rudolf Blaschka Drawings
    1. Deer in the woods pencil and gouache 8½ 13½”.
    2. Pencil sketch of landscape with pond 15½ x 13”.
    3. Pencil sketch of landscape 13 x 9” on gray paper. (after JJ Wagner’s sketch #22 in Studien und Ideen Landschaftzeichner).
    4. Gouache landscape possible of the Elbe River with people 19 x 14”.
  3. Folder 3: Rudolf Blaschka Drawings
    1. Oil or gouache studies of Viola sp. heavy paper; varnished 9½ x 12½".
    2. Oil or gouache studies of Viola sp.heavy paper, varnished 9½ x 12½".
    3. Gouache study unidentified 13½ 8½“ (violets).
    4. Gouache study 12 x 15½“ unidentified (purple flowers).
    5. Pencil study 13 x 16” unidentified (magnolia).
    6. Pencil studies 13 x 16” unidentified (strawberry).
    7. Pencil study 13 x 16” unidentified (white bell flowers).
    8. Pencil study 13 x 16” unidentified.
    9. Quick pencil sketches with leaves attached 13 x 13½“ unidentified.
  4. Folder 4: Rudolf Blaschka Drawings
    1. Old cardboard used to make packing boxes with pencil sketch of a plant.
  5. Folder 5: Rudolf Blaschka Drawings
    1. Study of 12 heads in pencil 13 x 9” .
    2. Portrait in charcoal 22½ x 17”.
  6. Folder 6: Work of others
    1. Drawing “B. Aicha Rathaus” with tree; signed E.Wagner 17 x 12” .
    2. Drawing “B. Aicha Rathaus” with buildings; signed E.Wagner 17 x 12” .
    3. Gouache landscape with church possible Bohemia 1933,signature illegible 13 x 10” .
    4. Charcoal of a church 4¼ x 6”, mounted.
  7. Folder 7: probably L. Blaschka’s
    1. gouache study of orchid bouquet with ferns 17 x 12¾" .
    2. gouache study of orchid bouquet with purple Cattleya in center 17 x 12¾".
  8. Folder 8: probably not Blaschka’s work
    1. Gouache study of Mango indica 19 x 24¼“.
    2. Gouache study of Bua Duwed, Java 19 x 24¼“.
    3. Gouache study of Bua Mangostan, Java 19 x 24¼“.
    4. Gouache study of Garcinia mangostana, Java 19 x 24¼“.
    5. Gouache study of Anacardium occidentale 19 x 24¼“.
  9. Folder 9: probably not Blaschka’s work
    1. Gouache study of Bua Piesang Radjah, Java 22¼ x 12“ Banana.
    2. Gouache study of Bua Rambutan atjck, Java 22¼ x 12“.
    3. Gouache study of Bua Jambu aiër, Java 22¼ x 12“.
    4. Gouache study of Bua Jambu Bol., Java 22¼ x 12“.
    5. Gouache study of Bua Pompelmuse (Riesenorange), Java 22¼ x 12“.
  10. Folder 10: probably not Blaschka’s work
    1. Gouache study 15 x 17¼“ unidentified (loquat).
    2. Gouache study 15 x 17¼“ unidentified (star fruit).
    3. Gouache study 15 x 17¼“ unidentified (?).
  11. Folder 11: Prints
    1. Lithograph 6¼ x 8¾” Angelus custos.
    2. Lithograph 6¼ x 8¾” Sinite parvulos venire ad me.
    3. Lithograph 5¼ x 9” Die Anbelung der Kirten.
    4. Print 6¼ x 9” Guido Reni Christus.
    5. Lithograph #26 (1846) hunters and lion 10½ x 8”.
    6. Lithograph 14½ x 17” #146 Bilder zum Aufstellen die Jagd.
    7. Lithograph 14½ x 17” #44 Thiere.
    8. Lithograph 18½ x 14“ Inner Ansight von der Gallerie.
  12. Folder 12: Prints
    1. Lithographs from a series by F.F.Löser (1836-1838) very rumpled, torn edges, #1through #22 (2 copies #6 & #7) .
  13. Folder 13: Prints (probably taken from calendars)
    1. Five smaller people or landscapes size under 9 x 7”.
    2. Thirteen people or landscapes 10.2 x 7.5”.
    3. Two landscapes roughly 20-22 x 17-19”.
    4. Psalm 73.25.26 printed card.

 

Series III. Ephemera and Artifacts

Sub-Series I. Newspapers

For additional newspapers articles on the Blashka’s and the Glass Flowers see Series VIII. Publications Referencing Leopold & Rodolph Blaschka and Glass Flower Exhibit

Newspapers were stored in a portfolio with a handwritten note that reads "Alte Zeitung". Portfolio: 57cm x 77cm brown cloth covered boards with cotton strapping and metal clips. Cotton strapping is damaged and boards have corner wear.

Folder 1: Newspapers with articles referring to the Blaschkas

1. "Wissenschraft und Technit". 14 Oct 1896 Siebente Beilage zum Dresdener Anzeiger, pg 30.
2. No article title given. 19 May 1911 Dresdener Anzeiger , pg 21 Richter-Blaschka marriage announcement.
3. "Gachsische Glasblumen in Harvard". 28 Dec 1937 Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten, pg 4.
4. "Secret of Harvard Glass Flowers Dies with Maker, 82, in Germany". 3 May 1939 Boston Herald.
5. No article title given. 3 May 1939 Dresdener Anzeiger pg 17, R. Blaschka's death notice.

Folder 2: Other newspapers

1. Dresdener Abendzeitung, 18 Nov 1879, pg [1-4].
2. Newspaper Magazine Yule Tide, 1883 A. H. Miles, ed.
3. Fünste Beilage zum Dresdner Anzeiger, 11 June 1890, pg 21-24.
4. Scneiders Typen-Atlas (illustrated North & South American tribes), 1892.
5. Westliche Post political-military edition, 3 May 1902, pg 1-8.
6. Boston Evening Transcript clipping "Harvard's German Museum" 10 Nov 1903, pages 1-8.
7. Boston Evening Transcript, 10 Nov 1903, pg 1-16.
8. Der Volkserzieher (news magazine), 27 May 1904.
9. Boston Herald, 8 Aug 1905, pg 1-12.
10. Dresdener Anzeiger, 29 June 1919, pg 1-4.
11. Boston Herald clipping "Soviet Army not Feared by Europe Now, Russ Markets Lose Lure, Simons Asserts", 31 Jan 1926.

Folder 3: 1892 Newspapers

1. Boston Daily Advertizer, 4 April 1892, pg 1-8.
2. Buffalo Evening Times, 13 April 1892, pg 1-8.
3. San Diego & Coronado Transfer Gazette, 16 April 1892.
4. Albuquerque Morning Democrat, 17 Aug 1892, pg 1-4.
5. Colorado Springs Gazette, 26 May 1892, pg 1-4.
6. Fall River Line Journal: New York & Boston, 13 June 1892, pg 1-12.
7. New York Staats-Beitung, 18 June 1892, pg 1-10.

Folder 4: 1894 Newspaper

1. Boston Herald, 8 Nov 1894, pg 1-10.

Folder 5: 1895 Newspapers

1. Boston Herald, 2 June 1895, pg 5-8.
2. Boston Traveler, 2 July 1895, pg 1-1,2,7,8.
3. Boston Traveler, 5 July 1895, pg 1-6.
4. Boston Herald, 5 July 1895, pg 1-12.
5. Boston Traveler, 6 July 1895, pg 11-14.
6. Boston Journal, 9 July 1895, pg 1-10.
7. Daily Charlotte Observer, 21 July 1895, pg 1-8.
8. Daily Charlotte Observer, 24 July 1895, pg 1-4.
9. Abendblatt der N. Y. Staats-Beitung, 26 July 1895, pg 1-6.
10. New Yorker Tages-Nachrichten, 26 July 1895, pg 1-4.
11. New Yorker Staats-Beitung, 27 July 1895, pg 1-12.
12. New York European Edition- Paris, 5 Aug 1895, pg 1-4 stamped "Buchhandlung, Eduard Kampe, Bremen"

 

 

Sub-Series II. Books

Boston Chamber of Commerce. Convention Bureau. Boston, Massachusetts: a great modern manufacturing and commercial community built on historic ground around America's national shrines. [c1934]

Claus, C. (Carl Friedrich Wilhelm), 1835-1899.
Grundzüge der Zoologie. Zum Gebrauche an Universitäten und höheren Lehranstalten sowie zum Selbststudium = (Basis of Zoology for Use by Universities and High Schools As Well As Self Study) 4. umgearb. und verb. Aufl. [1876]

Dowie, Ménie Muriel, 1867-1945. A Girl in Karpathians. [1891]

Encyclopädie der Naturgeschichte der drei Reiche.; Deutsche encylopädie ein illustrirtes familien-lexikon = (Encyclopedia of Natural History of three Regions Water, Land and Air). Zweiter Band. [1855-1858].

Engler, Adolf, 1844-1930. [Presentation copy from Goodale to Mary Ware]
Syllabus der pflanzenfamilien: eine übersicht über das gesamte pflanzensystem mit berücksichtigung der medicinal- und nutzpflanzen [1903]

Fric, V. (Vaclav). Die Edelsteine: Leitfaden zu den Sammlungen nachgeahmter Edelsteine welche in verschiedener Zusammensetzung. (Teachers guide to collections of gems) [1873]

Führer von Pillnitz und Seiner Umgebung ... / herausgegeben von such druckerei für das Pillnitzer Elbgebirge Curt Hahn. (about day trips in Pillnitz area) [1925].

Garcke, Aug. (August), 1819-1904.
Flora von Deutschland : zum Gebrauche auf Excursionen, in Schulen und beim Selbstunterricht. 15. verb. Aufl. [1885]

Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich Philipp August, 1834-1919.
Der Monismus als Band zwischen Religion und Wissenschaft. Glaubensbekenntniss eines Naturforschers... 9.und 10 Aufl. [1900]

Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich Philipp August, 1834-1919. (inscribed and signed by author)
Ueber arbeitstheilung in natur- und menschen leben. Vortrag, gehalten im saale des Berliner handwerker-vereins am 17 dezember 1868 von dr. Ernst Haeckel ... [1869]

Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich Philipp August, 1834-1919.
Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Siphonophoren, von Dr. Ernst Haeckel. Beobachtungen über die Entwicklungsgeschichte der Genera Physophora, Crystallodes, Athorybia, und Reflexionen über die Entwicklungsgeschichte der Siphonophoren im allgemeinen ... [1869]

Henkel, Friedr.. Rehnelt, und L. Dittman.
Das Buch der Nymphaeaceen oder Seerosengewächse (The Book of Nymphaeace or Water Lily Plants) [1907]

Jäger, Gustav, 1832-1917.
Das Leben im Wasser und das Aquarium = (The Life in Water and the Aquarium) [1868]

Johnston, Jas. F. W. (James Finlay Weir), 1796-1855.
Die Chemie des täglichen Lebens = (The chemistry of daily life) [1854]

Kühner, Raphael, 1802-1878.
Elementargrammatik der griechischen Sprache: nebst eingereihten griechischen und deutschen Übersetzungsaufgaben und den dazu gehörigen Wörterbüchern, sowie einem Anhange von dem homerischen Verse und Dialekte. 21. Aufl. [1862]

Die Natur: Zeitung zur Verbreitung naturwissenschaftlicher Kenntniss und Naturanschauung für Leser aller Stände / herausgegeben von Otto Ule und Karl Müller, in Berbindung mit E. A. Rokmäkler und andern Freunden = (The Nature Journal for the Circulation of Nature-knowledge History and Perception for All Social Classes) [Began in 1852].

Naturwissenschaftliche Wochenschrift./ redigiert von H. Potonié und F. Koerber.
Jena : Gustav Fischer, 1901-1903. Neue Folge I. & II.

Neuer Lehrgang der Englischen Sprache... = (New training course of the English language) von T. Robertson ... nach der fechsten Original Auflage zum Gebrauch fur Deutsche vollständig neu bearbeitet von August Boltz. Erster theil. 6 Aufl. Berlin: Rudolph Gaertner, 1871.

Oken, Lorenz, 1779-1851.
Allgemeine Naturgeschichte für alle Stände. Stuttgart: Hoffman, 1833-1845 [vol. 1, 2, 4, and 7(1-3)]

Ploetz, Karl Julius, 1819-1881.
Auszug aus der alten, mittleren und neueren geschichte. [1861]

Rebau, Heinrich.
Käfer-Büchlein, oder Beschreibung der schönsten, nätzlichsten, und schädlichsten in- und ausländischen Kä fer ... = (The little beetle book with the description of the most beautiful useful and damaging or local and foreign beetles). 3. Auflage. [1867]

Saxonia: Album enthaltend geschichtliche Skizzen und Novellen sächsischen Soldaten von Reyhongs = (Saxonia: Album containing historical sketches and novellas Saxonian soldiers of Reyhongs) Dresden: Heinrich, [ca. 1870]. iv, 235 p.[uncut!] ; 19 cm.

Tschudi, Friedrich von, Das Thierleben der Alpenwelt, 1861.
Tschudi, Friedrich von, 1820-1886.
Das thierleben der Alpenwelt. Naturansichten und thierzeichnungen aus dem schweizerischen gebirge = (The Animal Life of the Alps). 6 verbesserte aufl. Leipzig: J.J. Weber, 1861.

Voigt, Alwin.
Exkursionsbuch zum Studium der Vogelstimmen: praktische anleitung zum betimmen der Vögel nach ihrem gesange. = (Excursion book for the study of the bird songs) 4. verm. und verb. Aufl. Dresden: Hans Schultze, 1906.

 

Sub-Series III. Vestments

  • R. Blaschka's top hat and box from Lehmann Königl. Hofhutmacher 26 Scheffel- Strasse, Dresden.
  • Wooden walking cane with pointed end.
  • Wooden walking cane with rubber tip.
  • Wooden walking cane.

Sub-Series IV. Mollusk

This collection transferred to the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Blaschka Glass Invertebrate Collection.

 

Sub-Series V. Tools

Printing Set
Wooden box with lid and pull out tray
Wooden hammer
Woodblocks - 4
Cardboard pieces - 16 without writing
Cardboard pieces - 14 with writing
Typeset pieces - 105 blank
Typeset letter holder - without letters - 2
Typeset letter holder - with "Lamarde"
Typeset letter holder - with "Gosse"
Typeset letter holder - with "person"
Typeset letter holder - with "No: 2"
Typeset letter holder - with "L. Blaschka modelleur Dresden"
Metal type holder with - "Actinia Mesembryantheum E"
Wooden bar
Wooden bar with - "AB CD EF GH IK M ... A .......M"
Small unidentified wooden tool
Flat wooden tool with leather-like covering nailed onto one side and red wax on the wooden side
Typeset Letters Capital A-Z
Typeset Letters Lowercase a-z
Typeset Letter Ä
Typeset Letter á
Typeset Letter â
Typeset Letter Æ
Typeset Letter ?
Typeset Letter ff
Typeset Letter c
Typeset Letter c
Typeset Letter Œ
Typeset Letter ê
Typeset Letter é
Typeset Letter ë
Typeset Letter Ô
Typeset Letter Ö
Typeset Letter Ó
Typeset Letter Ü
Typeset Letter Û
Typeset Letter Ù
Typeset Numbers 0 - 9
Typeset Symbol !
Typeset Symbol '
Typeset Symbol :
Typeset Symbol - -
Typeset Symbol †
Typeset Symbol -
Typeset Symbol (
Typeset Symbol ?
Typeset Symbol ;
Typeset Symbol .
Typeset Symbol &
Unidentified Typset Symbols

Sub-Series VI. Glass

Glass Tools

    • Small glass pestle perhaps for grinding colored glass enamels
    • Glass tray for photographic work

        Slides 

        • Square wooden box with unused microscope slides
        • Stack of small microscope slides tied with string
        • 4 cardboard housings with 2 specimen slides apiece, some commercial and some made by Blaschkas, only several of the labels legible

        Glass Color Bars 

        • 4 complete color bars
        • 1 broken piece from bar

        Bags of Loose Glass 

        • Bag of "Green Friable-Looking Glass"
        • Small bag of mixed shades of green glass
        • Small bag of opaque red-purple glass
        • Small bag of transparent, slightly yellow glass
        • Small bag of opaque, dark pink-orange glass

         Tubing and Rods

        • Plant part (stigma) made from tubing and wire
        • Wde petal part from painted clear glass
        • Clear glass in a test tube shape
        • Several pieces of clear commercial tubing, slight variations
        • Piece of clear commercial rod
        • Clear commercial tubing with miniature pipe bowl at tip
        • Opaque white commercial rod
        • Opaque light blue commercial rod
        • Opaque brown commercial rod
        • Opaque green commercial rod
        • Clear commercial rod
        • Opaque white tapering rod

        Powdered Enamels or Glazes in Commercial Envelopes 

        • Gneist & Wenzel, Dresden, Fein geriebe Porzellanfarbe (6 Colors)
        • Müller & Hennig, Dresden, Schutz-Marke, Fein geriebe Porzellanfarbe (2 Colors)
        • Müller & Hennig, Porzellan-Farbe der Staatl. Sächs, Porzellan-Manufactur Meissen (2 Colors)
        • Willy Hennig Central-Dogerie, Am Rathaus, Fernruf 65, Pillnitz (1 Color)
        • W.C. Heraeus, Hannau a/M.; Platinschmelze und Chem. Laboratorium (label only)

        Powdered Enamels or Glazes With Handwritten Labels 

        • 2 “# xc Dunkelgrün”
        • "zink weiss"
        • "fluss"
        • "minders Violet mit braun Amlauf"
        • "Gablonzer Violet mit Fluss"
        • "Violet blau"
        • "Blau Comp.-Staub"
        • "Salpetersam Wismuth"
        • Purple powder
        • Green powder
        • Violet powder
        • Tan powder

         Small Pieces of Glass

        • Clear rod about 6cm long worked on both ends
        • 2 pieces of dark green opaque rod twisted about 3cm
        • 9 pieces of very fine rod in beige, green, red, 1 twisted with wire like a plant tendril

         Large Pieces of Cullet and Glass Wrapped in Paper

        • Chips of dense blackish metallic glass
        • Chunks of transparent green in the shape of a small crucible
        • Pancake pieces of opaque mustard yellow
        • Pancake pieces of opaque turquoise blue
        • Transparent ruby commercial flat glass
        • Center portion of roundel of transparent purple
        • Transparent chips of light green, wrapped newspaper
        • Large package of transparent to opaque chips of green
        • Opaque and transparent green wrapped in brown paper with stars & writing & calculations
        • Opaque darker green chunks
        • Chunks of transparent green
        • Chunks of opaque purple-lavender
        • Chunk of opaque light yellow
        • Chunks of dense transparent reddish amber
        • Small paper packet with transparent chips of dense green
        • Small paper packet with opaque chips of variegated blood red

         Very Large Pieces of Cullet

        • Large transparent colorless chunks; estimated 5-8lbs
        • Large chunks and chips of opaque light green
         

        Sub-Series VII. Dyes

        Box 1: 2 clear glass bottles, tinted purple. No labels.

        1. With glass stopper. Yellow label: Copper Suspension (settles quickly; element is heavy.)
        2. Broken at neck, no stopper.

        Box 2: 5 clear glass bottles.

        1. Sealed with cork, 2" of dark liquid (staining glass orange). No original label. Yellow label: Varnish (?) Solvent, probably turpentine.
        2. Glass stopper (sealed with clear tape), 1/8" clear liquid with settled purple powder. Original label, handwritten: Feiner Dunkel Purpur. Yellow label: "Fine Dark Purple" 1) Small particle size. 2) Good quality.
        3. Sealed glass stopper, tape fragment, purple residue inside. No original label. Yellow label: Copper Suspension.
        4. Six-sided, cork sealed with clear tape. 1" white and brown (striated) sticky substance (coats all inside). Commercial label, handwritten over: Wasserglas. Yellow label: "Waterglass" Soluable glass Nasi solution. Uses: preserves eggs. Today - seals asbestos covered sheets; looks like wall paper paste, opaque, sticky, hydroscopic (never really dries).
        5. Glass stopper, ¼" cloudy purple liquid. Handwritten label: Purpur lila. Yellow label: Copper Oxide (ed. Mitchell).

        Box 3: 4 clear glass bottles, 1 plastic. Commercial labels all read Ernst Hoxhold, Dresden. Spezialhausphotograph. Bedarfsartikel.

        1. Glass stopper - 3/4". Clear liquid and settled powder.
        2. Plastic. Cork sealed with clear tape, small amount of dark powder at bottom. Handwritten on commercial label(filling in spaces on label): 100 Gr. Platinbad. Yellow label: Platinum (probably used in the same way as the solutions for gold).
        3. Broken cork (not sealed), 2" dark solidified liquid (glass stained orange). Yellow label: Varnish(?) or Glue(?)
        4. Cork sealed with tape, small amount white material. Handwritten on commercial label: Goldbad A.
        5. Cork sealed with tape, small amount orange-brown grains. Handwritten on commercial label: 100 Gr. Goldlassing? B. Additional text is unreadable. Yellow label: Pair of bottles [4 and 5] "Goldbath A & B. To use: add an equal volume of solution B to A. Solution is only stable for 2 hours.

        Box 4: 5 glass bottles, 2 corks, 1 glass stopper and bottle fragment.

        1. Glass stopper and part of bottle neck (a piece of the broken bottle in Box 1.)
        Bottles 2-5: Small square bottles with metal-topped corks. Commercial labels: Gunther Wagner's Eiweiss-Lasurfarben. GEGR. 1838. Each also labeled with a color:
        2. Rectangular, sealed with broken cork, 11/2" dark liquid. Commercial label: Nusschalen-Extract [etc]. Translation on yellow label: Real Nutshell Extract. Color blond, grey & red hair nicely dark blond & black. Non-poisonous.
        3. Himmelblau (turqoise liquid).
        4. Zinnober (dark liquid).
        5. Preuss. Blau (dark blue liquid).
        6. Gesichtsfarbe (traces of orange-brown liquid)

         

         

        Sub-Series VIII. Boxes

        Mailing Wrappers

        • Brown paper mailer from Walter Dean to Rudolf Blaschka, April 1922
        • Fabric backed, brown paper mailer from Walter Dean to Rudolf Blaschka,undated

        Cardboard Boxes

        • Lidded Box, 39.5cm x 29.5cm x 14.5 cm. Printed in red on box is "Maggi Glas". Handwritten in purple wax "INLETT-4 MATRSTOFF".
        • Lidded Box wrapped in green tape, 40cm x 30cm x 6.2cm.
        • Box wrapped in black tape and missing lid, 20cm x 12cm x 9cm.
        • Box missing lid, 25cm x 18cm x 5cm.

        Wooden Boxes

        Series IV. Biography

        This series contains biographical information on:

        ""Leopold & Rudolf Blaschka

         

         

         

        Mary Ware""

         

         

         

         

         

         

        George L""incoln Goodale

         

         

        Series V. Ware Collection

        Sub-Series I. History

        Acquistion and Development 

        • Harvard President and Fellows report, 12 May 1890. Deed of gift from the Wares and acceptance from Harvard (photocopy)
        • Collection Development plan, undated. Probably pre-1892
        • Annotated shipment lists of models
        • Shipping list, 1929
        • Last Shipment of Models, 1936
        • Packing Diagram (photocopy)
        • Details of how case labels created
        • Booklet titled History of the Ware labels 1896-1904

        Opening/Dedication 

        • Report of Professor George L. Goodale's remarks at dedication of the flowers, 17 April 1893 (photocopy)
        • Invitation to Dedication Ceremony for the Glass Flowers, 17 April 1893
        • Copper plates for the invitation to Dedication Ceremony for the Glass Flowers, 17 April 1893. Edward E. Clark, Art Stationer, West Street, Boston
        • An Account of the Blaschka Glass Models of Flowers by Professor George L. Goodale. 7 November 1894. A speech given to the Boston Society of Natural History

         Financial Materials

        • Invoices 1890-1941 and undated
        • Flyer explaining why museum will be charging admission to glass flower exhibit

        Shipping Lists

         

         

        Sub-Series II. Models

        For details on history of the labels see Sub-Series I: History & Acquisition of collection
        For photographs of models see Sub-Series VIII: Photographs

        Model Information

        • Case guides
        • How to find a specimen in the cases, circa 1970-1980
        • System of classification adopted in the Botanical Museum
        • Alphabetical list of plants in the Ware Collection by Common Name
        • Alphabetical list of plants in the Ware Collection by Scientific Name
        • Complete listing of glass models with shipping received dates, 1960 list
        • Ware Collection, Complete listing in shipping sequence, circa 1980-1982
        • Notes filed in with the Ware Collection, Complete listing in shipping sequence, circa 1980-1982
        • Small undated notebook titled List of Models

        Notes for labels

        • Label Corrections and correspondence about label errors 1973-1988 and undated
        • Miscellaneous typed and handwritten label notes
        • Notebook titled New arrangement

        Larger Labels

        • The Ware Collection of Glass Models, arranged according to..."
        • Labels for the framed portraits
        • Recent Models are here displayed
        • Labels for the Louisiana Purchase Expedition, 1904
        • Fragments of glass given to Miss Mary Lee Ware...
        • Models of cryptogams
        • The History of the Ware Collection, case 104-105
        • Method of preparing the models for transportation, case 104-105
        • Models illustrating common species of ferns, cases 106-111
        • Models in these 4 cases represent pollination, case 112-113 and case 118-119

         Model and Section Labels

        Please contact the Archivist for further information.

        Sub-Series III. Tours

        For sign advertising tour see Sub-Series VII: Artifacts

        1. Group tour introductory remarks
        2. Glass Flowers Audio Tour Tape (transferred to CD, July 2007)
        3. Glass Flowers Audio Tour, early script (read by Dorothy McNeil Schultes)
        4. Glass Flowers Audio Tour, annotated script (2 copies)
        5. Glass Flowers Audio Tour, annotated script, French version
        6. Glass Flowers Audio Tour, sections of the tour
        7. Glass Flowers Audio Tour, correspondence and notes 1977-1989
        8. Glass Flowers Audio Tour, correspondence with Audio Adventures, 1991-1993 CLOSED FILES

        Sub-Series IV. Events

        1. Harvard Museum of Natural History Lecture Eternal Blooms, Susan Rossi Wilcox, undated flyer
        2. Boston University Glass Flower Tour and Questionnaire, 1989
        3. Winter Promotional Weekend, 1990
        4. Museo del Vidrio, tour of the glass flowers and talk with Susan Rossi-Wilcox, 1990
        5. Harvard Museum of Natural History, Blaschka Glass-UK Garden Tour, 1992
        6. Harvard Museum of Natural History Exhibit Modeling Nature
          1. Correspondence 1995-1997
          2. Invitation, curator's statement & case guides
          3. Dibner Award correspondence, proposal, and slides, 1997
          4. Evaluation questionnaires, 1999
          5. For photographs of installation of this exhibit see Sub-Series VIII: Photographs
        7. Harvard Museum of Natural History Gala, Flower Power, 2002
        8. Harvard Museum of Natural History Exhibit The Art of Glass, correspondence and notes 2000-2002
        9. Blaschka Haus Society correspondence regarding a proposal to film models for Dresden's 800th anniversary, 2003-2006

        Sub-Series V. Manuscripts

        For articles written about this collection see Series VIII - Publications about the Blaschka's and The Glass Flower Collections

        1. Manuscript draft and notes for the 1911 publication Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants.
        2. Manuscript draft for the Ralph H. Cheney publication, Descriptive Handbook and Guide to the Non-Flowering Plants and the Plants in Flower represented in the ware Collection of the Blashka Glass Models of Harvard University, 1926.
        3. Manuscript draft for the Ralph H. Cheney publication on the glass flowers, 1925.
        4. Notes and very rough draft of 1928 brochure, written by Oakes Ames.
        5. Typescript drafts of article on history of glass flowers written by Richard E. Schultes.
        6. Rough drafts of articles on history of glass collection written by William Davis and Richard E. Schultes, circa 1970s.
        7. Notes and draft of The Glass Flowers at Harvard by Richard Evans Schultes and William A. Davis.
        8. Work Sheets for The Glass Flowers at Harvard by Richard Evans Schultes and William A. Davis.
        9. ISBN Correspondence for The Glass Flowers at Harvard by Richard Evans Schultes and William A. Davis, 1992-2000.
        10. Dutton Publishing Company correspondence and bills (contracts removed to Series X: Ownership & Copyright) for The Glass Flowers at Harvard by Richard Evans Schultes and William A. Davis, 1979-1992.
        11. DNP Printers correspondence and bills re: the The Glass Flowers at Harvard by Richard Evans Schultes and William A. Davis, 1992-1999.
        12. Notes and Corrections for the 2nd edition of The Glass Flowers at Harvard by Richard Evans Schultes and William A. Davis, 2003-2004.
        13. Correspondence and notes regarding proposed book Orchids of Glass by Susan Rossi-Wilcox and Gustavo Romero, 1991-1992.

         

        Sub-Series VI. Merchandise

        For items that were distributed free of charge see Series VII, Sub-Series V. Public Relations

         

        Correspondence and Notes

        1. Price list and list of slides available for purchase. Also included is sheet detailing image details including background lighting, lens distance, opening speed...
        2. Price list cards and sign for books, postcards, and pamphlets.
        3. Postcard book order forms and correspondence.
        4. Elmira Quality Printers. Correspondence and proofs for postcard books, 1991.
        5. Elmira Quality Printers. Correspondence and proofs for postcards, 1993.
        6. Correspondence with various printers, publishers, and photographers regarding postcards, 1983-1990.
        7. Franklin Mint, Correspondence regarding visits and possible project, 1975-.

        Postcards (all images taken by Hillel Burger unless noted)

        1. Nature's Wonder in Glass: The Art of the Blashka's. Book of 12 Postcards, 1991. Postcards measure 5 1/4 x 7.
        2. The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants. Book of 12 Postcards, 1991 Postcards measure 5 1/4 x 7.
        3. Oversized, loose postcards of glass flowers. Photographer not listed, image first appeared in 1940 pamphlet. Postcards measure 5 1/4 x 7.
        4. Postcards depicting mounted specimens. Cards measure 4 1/4 x 6.
        5. Set of 12 postcards. Set last sold in late 1980s. Cards measure 3 1/2 x 5 1/2.
        6. Loose postcards of glass flowers, 10 designs. Produced in 1993. Cards measure 4 1/4 x 6. Postcards measure 5 1/4 x 7.
        7. Set of 12 proofs for cards/postcards. Have note of back of each card "Ready for the press as regards the colors". Cards measure 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 . Produced with Corning for April-October 1991 Blaschka Exhibit. This card was also produced as a postcard in 1988.
        8. Miscellaneous postcards of the Blaschkas (last printed August 1988), the glass flower exhibit, and the Museum itself (out of print circa 1989). Cards measure 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 .

        Cards (all images taken by Hillel Burger unless noted)

        1. Set of 10 notecards (5 designs). Cards are housed in card stock portfolio with small portraits of Blashkas and short historical note. Produced in 1998. Cards measure 3 1/2 x 5 1/2.
        2. Set of 5 notecards. Cards are housed in clear plastic box, cards measure 5 x 7.
        3. Harvard Collections Store, Happy Holiday Card, 1998.
        4. Loose cards depicting mounted specimens. Cards measure 4 x 6.
        5. Mock up for card of bouquet. Black and white with pencil marks. Mock-up measures 5 x 9.

         Prints & Posters

        1. Set of 20 Full Color Prints. Unidentified photographer. Cards measure 3 x 4 1/4 .
        2. Poster titled, The Glass Flowers, image of iris, 18 x 24(shelved with oversized materials)

        Slides (all images taken by Hillel Burger unless noted)

        1. Loose strips of slides. Unnumbered, 5 different strips of 5 images each: Cactus, Coffee Tree, Fern "Tree", Bachelor's Buttons, Panic Grass, Apple, Strawberry, Pineapple, papaya, Pomegranate, Bouquet, Poppy, Red Maple, Iris, Dalia, Columbine, Cockscomb, Pride of California, Eucalyptus, Echeveria, Venus Flytrap, Pitcher Plant, Glory Bush, Baby Orchid & Bee, and Yucca.
        2. Loose strips of slides. Slides numbered 1-5: Tea Plant, Cashew Nut, Vegetable Sponge, Water Lily, Yellow Canada Lily.
        3. Loose strips of slides. Slides numbered 1-5: Cockscomb, Pride of California, Eucalyptus, Echeverla, Coneflower.
        4. Loose strips of slides. Slides numbered 1-5: Venus Flytrap, Pitcher Plant, Glory Bush, Baby Orchid & Bee, and Yucca.
        5. Set of 15 Pana-Vue 35mm slides. Set includes: Bouquet, Black-Eyed Susan, Columbine, Passion Flower (2 views), Chicory, Cornflower with Butterfly, Marsh Marigold, Apricot Blossom, Sundew, Baby Orchid, Rhododendron, Pigeon Grass, Cactus, Golden Pippin Apple.
        6. Set of 15 Pana-Vue 35mm slides. These look like the newest set. Set includes: Blood flower, Mould, Lopezia, Banana, Peach, Tea Plant, Cashew Nut, Vegetable Sponge, Water Lily, Yellow Canada Lily, Tiger Orchid, Mountain Laurel, Trumpet Creeper, Encelia, and Monthly Strawberry.

        Books & Pamphlets (These books & pamphlets were first offered for free and then offered for sale by the Botanical Museum.)

        1. Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants, 1908 & 1911.
        2. Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants in Flower, 1915-1916.
        3. Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University, 1920,1936, & 1939.
        4. Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University, 1940, 1951, 1955, & 1957.
        5. Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University-1961.
        6. How Were they Made?-1961, and Glass Flowers in the Ware Collection-1963.
        7. The Glass Flowers at Harvard by Richard Evans Schultes and William A. Davis, with Hillel Burger. New York : E.P. Dutton, 1982.
        8. Glass flowers from the Ware Collection in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University. Insect pollination series with sixteen color plates by Fritz Kredel. New York : Harcourt, Brace, c1940.
        9. Drawing Upon Nature : Studies for the Blaschkas' Glass Models. Selected and introduced by Susan M. Rossi-Wilcox and David Whitehouse. Corning, N.Y. : Corning Museum of Glass, c2007. Signed by Susan M. Rossi-Wilcox.

         

         

        Sub-Series VII. Artifacts

         Tokens

        1. Harvard Glass Flowers, Admit One. Metal tokens, (3 tokens, 1 very rusted.) Undated.

           Keys

          1. Ring of 6 small, flat silver keys. Brown paper label reads "Keys for 3rd floor Ware Coll. Table Cases".
          2. Ring of 2 rounded with 3 teeth, silver keys. Yellow paper label reads "Glass Flower Cases and Wasson Cabinet".
          3. Ring of 2 different keys. Appears to be one each of the above keys. Green plastic label reads "Glass Flower Cases, 3rd floor".
          4. Single gold key. Yellow paper label reads "Directory, Museum Entrance".
          5. Ring of 3 silver keys with fleur-de-lis tops. Cream plastic tag reads "Old Glass Flower Key - Room 22" and on reverse side "Turn Stile Doors"

          Signs (all oversized are housed separately)

          General Museum Signs

          1. No Smoking, Paper sign, Orange with black text, 3 3/4 x 12 (printed 1972).
          2. Museum Hours, Paper sign, Orange with black text, 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 (printed 1972).
          3. Coat Room, Orange with black text, Paper sign, 5 1/2 x 12 (printed 1972).
          4. Private, various paper signs, white with black text.
          5. Fire Alarm Tests, Paper sign, white with blue text 11 1/2 x 4 1/2.
          Glass Flower Exhibit Signs
          1. Harvard University Invites You to Visit the Glass Flowers. Undated sign. Black with white and red lettering. Framed. 33 1/2 x 44.
          2. Glass Flowers Next Door. Undated wooden sign. Cream with black lettering. 5 x 30.
          3. Glass Flowers Admission to Main Exhibit Hall. Undated wooden sign. Yellow with blue lettering. 16 x 32.
          4. Glass Flowers Third Floor. Undated wooden sign. Cream with black lettering. 16 x 30 3/4 .
          5. The Glass Models of Plants. Undated sign. Cream with black lettering. Framed. 25 x 40.
          6. Dr Henry Forrest Libby. Metal sign, 8 x 10.
          7. Dr Henry Forrest Libby. Paper signs, 5 x 6 8. Turnstile signs, removed in 1973. One orange painted wood with black letters. One black lucite with white letters. Both 6 x 6.
          8. Please do not handle. Paper sign, 4 1/2 x 8.
          9. Please do not lean on the cases. Cardboard sign, 2 x 10 1/2.
          10. Vibration has broken models. Paper sign, 4 1/2 x 9.
          11. Caution! Please keep hands off the cases. Paper sign, 3 5/8 x 4 5/8.
          12. Model on Loan at Steuben Glass, Yellow paper with green lettering. 4 1/4 x 5 1/4
          Gift Shop Signs
          1. Postals 2 for 5 cents. Paper sign, 4 1/2 x 6 3/4 .
          2. Various Postcard sale signs.
          3. Color Card Folder. Paper sign, 4 x 5 3/4 .
          4. Story of Glass Flowers and Postal Cards. Paper sign, 7 1/4 x 5 3/8.
          5. Story of Glass Flowers, various signs.
          6. Glass Flower Booklet. Cardboard sign, 4 1/8 x 5 5/8.
          7. Tiles of the Glass Flowers. Cardboard sign, 4 x 5 3/4 .
          8. Price 25 cents. Paper signs, various sizes.
          9. Pamphlet. cardboard sign, 4 x 5 3/4 .
          10. Various signs selling glass flowers book.
          11. Glass Flowers at Harvard. Cardboard sign, 3 x 5.
          12. Glass Flowers Tape Tour. Cardboard sign, 4 x 12.
          13. Glass Flowers Slides. Cardboard sign, 2 1/2 x 10.
          14. Series of paper signs removed from frames.

          Sub-Series VIII. Images

          Photographs

          Photographs of models organized by specimen name
           
          Acer rubrum Linn. (Red Maple)
          Model Number 726B

          Aconitum columbianum Nutt. (Monkshood)
          Model Number 553

          Adiantum cuneatum Langs. & Fisch.
          Model Number 248

          Adiantum hispidulum Swartz
          Model Number 247

          Adiantum macrophyllum Swartz
          Model Number 248

          Alisma plantago-aquatica Linn. (Water Plantain)
          Model Number 333

          Anemone virginiana Linn. (Tall Anemone)
          Model Number 370

          Anoda lavaterioides Medic.
          Model Number 259

          Aristolochia elegans (Tall Anemone)
          Model Number 378

          Aristolochia fimbriata
          Model Number 766

          Asclepias syriaca Linn. (Common Milkweed)
          Model Number 770

          Aster novae-angliae Linn. var roseus (Desf.) DC. (New England Aster)
          Model Number 360

          Begonia boliviensis A. DC.
          Model Number 268

          Begonia diptera Dryand.
          Model Number 562

          Blechnum occidentale Linn.
          Model Number 244

          Camptosorus rhizophyllus (Linn.) (Walking-leaf)
          Model Number 683

          Catalpa bignonioides Walt. (Catalpa)
          Model Number 21

          Catasetum trulla Lindl.
          Model Number 750

          Cenaurea Cyanus Linn. (Bachelor's Button)
          Model Number 761

          Centaurea americana Nutt. (American Star Thistle)
          Model Number 163

          Cephalotaxus drupacea Sieb. & Zucc. (female form)
          Model Number 718

          Cerastium arvense Linn.
          Model Number 757

          Cereus aethiops Haw.
          Model Number 100

          Certaophyllum demersum Linn. (Hornwort)
          Model Number 738

          Chrysophyllum Cainito Linn. (Star-Apple)
          Model Number 443

          Chysis aurea Lindl.
          Model Number 80

          Cichorium Intybus Linn. (Wild Succory)
          Model Number 130

          Clarkia pulchella Pursh
          Model Number 271

          Coffea arabica Linn. (Coffee)
          Model Number 478

          Cordia Sebestena Linn. (Geiger-Tree)
          Model Number 557

          Cornus canadensis Linn. (Dwarf Cornel)
          Model Number 696

          Cosmos diversifolius Otto
          Model Number 585

          Cotyledon secunda (Booth) Baker
          Model Number 96

          Cypripedium reginae Walt. Showy Lady's Slipper)
          Model Number 224

          Dahlia pinnata Cav. Dahlia)
          Model Number 160

          Datura arborea Linn. Angel's Trumpet)
          Model Number 290

          Datura meteloides DC. ex Dunal (Thorn Apple)
          Model Number 291

          Delphinium decorum Fisch. & Mey.
          Model Number 653

          Delphinium nudicaule T.&G. (Red Larkspur)
          Model Number 758

          Dendromecon rigida Benth. (Dendromecon)
          Model Number 441

          Dionaea muscipula Ellis (Venus's Fly-trap)
          Model Number 151

          Drosera rotundifolia Linn. (Round-leaved Sundew)
          Model Number 431

          Dryopteris filix-mas (Linn.) Schott
          Model Number 72

          Eccremocarpus scaber Ruiz & Pav.
          Model Number 295

          Echinocereus Engelmannii (Parry) Rumpler
          Model Number 529

          Elodea canadensis Michx. (Water-weed)
          Model Number 630

          Encelia californica Nutt.
          Model Number 532

          Epigaea repens Linn. (Ground Laurel)
          Model Number 208

          Erythrina Crista-galli Linn. (Coral-tree)
          Model Number 104

          Erythronium albidum Nutt. (White Dog's-tooth Violet)
          Model Number 237

          Erythroxylon coca Lam. (Coca)
          Model Number 449

          Eupatorium atrorubens (Lem.) Nicholson
          Model Number 20

          Evonymus atropurpureus Jacq. (Burning Bush)
          Model Number 740

          Ferocactus Wizlizinii (Engelm.) Britton & Rose
          Model Number 404

          Ficus Carica Linn. (The Fig)
          Model Number 732

          Fragaria fruits (Strawberry)
          Model Number 791

          Fragaria grandflora Ehrh. hybrida (Strawberry)
          Model Number 797

          Fragaria vesca L. var. semperflorens Duchesne x F. virginiana hybrida
          Model Number 796

          Genista tinctoria Linn. (Dyeweed)
          Model Number 763

          Gentiana Andrewsii Griseb. (Closed Gentian)
          Model Number 282

          Ginkgo biloba Linn. I. (Ginkgo) Model Number 723

          Gonolobus carolinensis (Jacq.) Schult.
          Model Number 530

          Gossypium herbaceum Linn. (Nanking Cotton)
          Model Number 387

          Grevillea Thelemanniana Hueg. Model Number 741

          Helianthus strumosus Linn. Pale-leaved Wood Sunflower
          Model Number 164

          Hepatica triloba Chaix (Noble Liverwort)
          Model Number 193

          Heracleum lanatum Michx. (Cow-Persnip)
          Model Number 656

          Hibiscus clypeatus Linn. (Ketma)
          Model Number 366

          Hordeum jubatum Linn. (Squirrel-tail Grass)
          Model Number 309

          Houstonia caerulea Linn. (Bluets)
          Model Number 521

          Hunnemannia fumariaefolia Sweet (Mexican Tulip Poppy)
          Model Number 364

          Impatiens Roylei Walp.
          Model Number 769

          Ipomoea hederacea (Linn.) Jacq. (Ivy-leaved Morning Glory)
          Model Number 173

          Iris versicolor Linn. (Blue Flag)
          Model Number 609

          Jacaranda filicifolia D. Don
          Model Number 550

          Juniperus communis Linn. (Common Juniper)
          Model Number 717

          Kalmia latifolia Linn. (Mountain Laurel)
          Model Number 673

          Laelia crispa (Lindl.) Reichb. f.
          Model Number 3

          Lathyrus splendens Kellogg
          Model Number 594

          Linum usitatissimum Linn. (Common Flax)
          Model Number 260

          Lopezia coronata Andr. (Lopezia)
          Model Number 743

          Luffa cylindrica (Linn.) Roem.
          Model Number 272

          Lupinus mutabilis Sweet
          Model Number 141

          Lycaste Skinneri (Batem.) Lindl.
          Model Number 227

          Mahonia Aquifolium (Pursh) Nutt.
          Model Number 198

          Malus pumila Mill. (Apple)
          Model Number 812

          Malus pumila Mill. (Apple)
          Model Number 836

          Mangifera indica Linn. (Mango)
          Model Number 554

          Menyanthes trifoliata Linn. (Buckbean)
          Model Number 754

          Mimosa pudica Linn. (Sensitive-plant)
          Model Number 310

          Monarda didyma Linn. (Oswego Tea)
          Model Number 698

          Monarda fistulosa Linn. (Wild Bergamot)
          Model Number 116

          Monotropa uniflora Linn. (Indian Pipe)
          Model Number 669

          Musa rosacea Jacq.
          Model Number 694

          Myristica fragrans Houtt. (Nutmeg)
          Model Number 380

          Nepenthes sanguinea Lindl. (Malayan Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 719

          Nicotiana glauca R. Grah. (Tree Tobacco)
          Model Number 476

          Nymphaea odorata Soland. (Water Lily)
          Model Number 731

          Ochna multiflora DC.
          Model Number 783

          Odontoglossum crispum Lindl.
          Model Number 66

          Odontoglossum grande Lindley (Baby Orchid)
          Model Number 749

          Odontoglossum Rossii Lindl.
          Model Number 225

          Opuntia phaeacantha Engelm. (Comanche Cactus)
          Model Number 99

          Opuntia Stanlyi Engelm.
          Model Number 591

          Oxalis valdiviensis Barn.
          Model Numbers 747 and 780

          Panicum boreale Nash (Northern Panicum)
          Model Number 784

          Panicum xanthophysum A. Gray (Slender Panicum)
          Model Number 774

          Paphiopedilum insigne (Wall.) Pfitz.
          Model Number 751

          Parnassia palustris Linn. (Northern Grass-of-Parnassus)
          Model Number 432

          Passiflora caerulea Linn. (Blue crown Passion-flower)
          Model Number 58

          Passiflora caerulea Linn. (Common Passion-flower)
          Model Number 775

          Passiflora laurifolia Linn. (Jamaica Honeysuckle)
          Model Number 390

          Passiflora murucuja Linn.
          Model Number 391

          Pentstemon spectabilis Thurb.
          Model Number 544

          Peperomia argyraea E. Morr.
          Model Number 348

          Phacelia minor (Harv.) Thell. var. Whitlavia (A. Gray) Macbr. (Whitlavia)
          Model Number 283

          Phajus grandifolius Lour.
          Model Number 567

          Phaseolus multiflorus Willd. (Scarlet Runner)
          Model Number 767

          Phyllodoce coerulea (Linn.) Bab. (Mountain Heath)
          Model Number 628

          Pinguicula vulgaris Linn. (Butterwort)
          Model Number 746

          Pinus rigida Mill. (Pitch Pine)
          Model Number 657

          Podocarpus macrophyllus (Thumb.) Lamb. var. Maki Endl. (Podocarpus)
          Model Number 716

          Portlandia grandiflora Linn.
          Model Number 565

          Potamogeton perfoliatus Linn. (Clasping-leaved Pond-weed)
          Model Number 602

          Prunus Armeniaca Linn. (Apricot)
          Model Number 827

          Prunus domestica Linn. (Green Reine Claude Plum)
          Model Number 830

          Prunus Persica (L.) Sieb. & Zucc. (Green Original Peach)
          Model Number 788

          Prunus Persica (L.) Sieb. & Zucc. (Red Magdalen Peach)
          Model Number 789

          Prunus Persica (L.) Sieb. & Zucc.
          Model Number 846

          Punica Granatum Linn. (Pomegranate)
          Model Number 491

          Pyrus communis L. 9Pear)
          Model Number 785

          Quercus alba Linn.
          Model Number 692

          Rhododendron maximum Linn. (Great Laurel)
          Model Number 608

          Rhododendron nudiflorum (Linn.) Torr. (Purple Azalea)
          Model Number 40

          Romneya Coulteri Harv. (Matilija Poppy)
          Model Number 399

          Rudbeckia hirta Linn. (Black-eyed Susan)
          Model Number 679

          Rudbeckia speciosa Wenderoth
          Model Number 280

          Sagittaria montevidensis Cham. & Schlecht. (Giant Arrow-leaf)
          Model Number 304

          Salix cinerea Linn.
          Model Number 688

          Salvia officinalis Linn. (Garden or Common Sage)
          Model Number 755

          Salvia patens Cav. (Gentian Sage)
          Model Number 118

          Sanchezia nobilis Hook.
          Model Number 462

          Sarracenia purpurea Linn. (Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 253

          Schizanthus pinnatus Ruiz & Pav. (Butterfly Flower)
          Model Number 174

          Selaginella inaequalifolia

          Setaria lutescens (Weigel) Hubb. (Yellow Foxtail)

          Model Number 772

          Sidalcea malvaeflora (DC) A. Gray (Checker-bloom)
          Model Number 258

          Smithiantha fulgida (Ortg.) Cheney
          Model Number 54

          Solanum tuberosum Linn. (Potato)
          Model Number 109

          Solidago canadensis Linn. (Golden Rod)
          Model Number 682

          Sparganium eurycarpum Engelm. (Broad-fruited Burr-reed)
          Model Number 655

          Succisa pratensis Moench (Devil's-bit Scabious)
          Model Number 764

          Taxus canadensis Marsh. (American Yew)
          Model Number 722

          Tetraphis pellucida Hedw.
          Model Number 414

          Theobroma Cacao Linn. (Cacao)
          Model Number 374

          Tibouchina semidecandra (Schrank & Mart.) Cogn.
          Model Bumber 481

          Typha latifolia Linne (Common Cat-tail)
          Model Number 725

          Utricularia purpurea Walt. (Purple Bladderwort)
          Model Number 638

          Utricularia vulgaris Linn. (Greater Bladderwort)
          Model Number 637

          Vallisneria spiralis Linn. (Tape-grass)
          Model Number 686

          Verbascum Thapsus Linn. (Velvet or Mullen Dock)
          Model Number 338

          Viola odorata Linn. (Sweet Garden Violet)
          Model Number 752

          Yucca filamentosa Linn. (Bear Grass)
          Model Number 748

          Oversized

          Oversized Photographs of models organized by specimen name
           
          Anacardium occidentale Linn. (Cashew)
          Model Number 424

          Begonia diptera Dryand.
          Model Number 562

          Catalpa bignonioides Walt. (Catalpa)
          Model Number 21

          Erythronium albidum Nutt.(White Dog's-tooth Violet)
          Model Number 237

          Erythroxylon coca Lam. (Coca)
          Model Number 449

          Ficus Carica Linn. (Fig)
          Model Number 732

          Houstonia caerulea Linn.(Bluets)
          Model Number 521

          Jacaranda filicifolia D. Don
          Model Number 550

          Blue-Line Prints

          Blue Line Prints of models organized by specimen name
           
          Adiantum cuneatum Langs. & Fisch.
          Model Number 248

          Adiantum hispidulum Swartz
          Model Number 247

          Adiantum trapeziforme L.
          Model Number 248

          Alisma plantago-aquatica L. (Water Plantain)
          Model Number 333

          Anemone virginiana L. (Tall Anemone)
          Model Number 370

          Anychia canadensis L. BSP. (Forked Chickweed)
          Model Number 735

          Aristolochia elegans (Tall Anemone)
          Model Number 378

          Anacardium occidentale L. (Cashew)
          Model Number 424

          Aralia spinosa L. (Angelica-tree)
          Model Number 159

          Arcenthobium cyrtopodum Engelm.
          Model Number 658

          Arenaria groenlandica (Mountain Sandwort)
          Model Number 612

          Asplenium alatum Kunth.
          Model Number 711

          Aster undulatus L. (Wavy-leaved Aster)
          Model Number 359

          Beta vulgaris L. (Beet)
          Model Number 361

          Blechnum occidentale L.
          Model Number 244

          Brasenia schreberi J.F. Gmel (Water-shield)
          Model Number 713

          Cabomba caroliniana A. Gray (Carolina Water-shield)
          Model Number 665

          Calopogon pulchellus R. Br. (Grass Pink)
          Model Number 523

          Camellia sinensis L. O. Kuntze (Tea-Plant)
          Model Number 615

          Camptosorus rhizophyllus L. (Walking-leaf)
          Model Number 683

          Capsicum frutescens L. (Spur Pepper)
          Model Number 448

          Carludovica palmata Ruiz & Pav. (Cogollo)
          Model Number 607

          Cassia glandulosa L. var. ramosa Griseb.
          Model Number 625

          Castilleja affinis Hook. & Arn. (Scarlet Cup)
          Model Number 500

          Chionanthus virginica L. (Fringe-tree)
          Model Number 22

          Chorizanthe fimbriata Nutt.
          Model Number 549

          Chrysophyllum cainito L. (Star-Apple)
          Model Number 443

          Cinnamomum zeylanicum Nees (Cinnamon Tree)
          Model Number 552

          Cocos nucifera L. (Coconut Palm)
          Model Number 496

          Coffea arabica L. (Coffee)
          Model Number 478

          Coffea liberica Bull
          Model Number 479

          Cola acuminata (Beauv.) Schott & Endl. (Cola Nut)
          Model Number 439

          Cordia sebestena L. (Geiger-Tree)
          Model Number 557

          Corylus americana Walt. (Hazel-nut)
          Model Number 582

          Cotyledon secunda (Booth) Baker
          Model Number 96

          Cypripedium reginae Walt. (Showy Lady's Slipper)
          Model Number 224

          Dahlia pinnata Cav. (Dahlia)
          Model Number 160

          Dahlia tenuis Robinson & Greenman
          Model Number 621

          Datura arborea L. (Angel's Trumpet)
          Model Number 290

          Delphinium azureum Michx. (Blue Larkspur)
          Model Number 652

          Dryopteris filix-mas L. Schott
          Model Number 72

          Echinocereus engelmannii (Parry) Rumpler
          Model Number 529

          Encelia californica Nutt.
          Model Number 532

          Ephedra nevadensis S.Wats. (Ephedra)
          Model Number 571

          Eriogonum fasciculatum Benth.
          Model Number 580

          Erysimum asperum DC. (Western Wall-flower)
          Model Number 254

          Erythroxylon coca Lam. (Coca)
          Model Number 449

          Eucalyptus globulus Labill. (Blue-Gum)
          Model Number 464

          Eugenia caryophyllata Thunb. (Clove)
          Model Number 349

          Eugenia jambos L. (Rose Apple)
          Model Number 477

          Euphorbia marginata Pursh (Snow-on-the-Mountain)
          Model Number 592

          Ferocactus wizlizinii (Engelm.) Britton & Rose
          Model Number 404

          Ficus carica L. (Fig)
          Model Number 732

          Foquieria splendens Engelm. (Candlewood)
          Model Number 446

          Fothergilla gardeni Murr.
          Model Number 616

          Fremontia californica Torr. (Flannel Bush)
          Model Number 796

          Gaura biennis L. (Biennial Gaura)
          Model Number 101

          Gossypium barbadense L. (Sea-Island Cotton)
          Model Number 386

          Gossypium herbaceum L. (Nanking Cotton)
          Model Number 387

          Gymnopteris ruf L. Bernh.
          Model Number 709

          Habenaria psycodes L. Spreng. (Smaller Purple-fringed Orchis)
          Model Number 184

          Hamamelis virginiana L. (Witch Hazel)
          Model Number 269

          Helianthemum canadense L. Michx. (Frostweed)
          Model Number 703

          Heracleum lanatum Michx. (Cow-Persnip)
          Model Number 656

          Inga vera Willd. (Coco-wood)
          Model Number 565

          Jacaranda filicifolia D. Don
          Model Number 550

          Kalmia latifolia L. (Mountain Laurel)
          Model Number 673

          Lathyrus polymorphus Nutt.
          Model Number 595

          Lilium philadelphicum L. (Wild Orange-red Lily)
          Model Number 697

          Loasa vulcanica Andre.
          Model Number 352

          Lycium halimifolium Milt. (Matrimony Vine)
          Model Number 343

          Magnolia tripetala L. (Umbrella Tree)
          Model Number 50

          Mangifera indica L. (Mango)
          Model Number 554

          Mimosa pudica L. (Sensitive-plant)
          Model Number 310

          Mimulus puniceus (Nutt.) Steud.
          Model Number 497

          Mimusops elengi L. (Spanish-Cherry)
          Model Number 397

          Mirabilis jalapa L. (Four o'clock)
          Model Number 182

          Monotropa uniflora L. (Indian Pipe)
          Model Number 669

          Musa paradisiaca L. subsp. sapientum (Linn.) Ktze. (Banana)
          Model Number 693

          Myriophyllum heterophyllum Michx. (Water Milfoil)
          Model Number 641

          Myristica fragrans Houtt. (Nutmeg)
          Model Number 380

          Nepenthes maxima Reinw. (Malayan Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 721

          Nepenthes sanguinea Lindl. (Malayan Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 719

          Nicotiana tabacum L. (Tobacco)
          Model Number 110

          Nigella damascena L. (Love-in-a-mist)
          Model Number 731

          Nymphaea odorata Soland. (Water Lily)
          Model Number 368

          Onoclea sensibilis L. (Sensitive Fern)
          Model Number 708

          Opuntia phaeacantha Engelm. (Comanche Cactus)
          Model Number 99

          Opuntia stanlyi Engelm.
          Model Number 591

          Orthocarpus purpurascens Benth. (Owl's Clover)
          Model Numbers 452

          Passiflora caerulea L. (Blue crown Passion-flower)
          Model Number 58

          Phyllitis scolopendrium L. Newn.
          Model Number 710

          [Phyllocactus ackermanni Walp.
          Model Number 318

          Pinus rigida mill. (Pitch Pine)
          Model Number 657

          Pityrogramma calomelanos L. Link var. aureo-flava (Hook.) Weath.
          Model Number 245

          Plantago patagonica Jacq.
          Model Number 712

          Pogonia ophioglossoides L. Ker-Gawl. (Rose Pogonia)
          Model Number 611

          Poinciana pulcherrima L. (Caesalpinia)
          Model Number 569

          Polypodium aureum L.
          Model Number 320

          Polypodium crassifolium L.
          Model Number 393

          Polypodium vulgare L. (Polypody)
          Model Number 191

          Pontederia cordata L. (Pickerel-weed)
          Model Number 640

          Portlandia grandiflora L.
          Model Number 565

          Prosopis chilensis (Molina) Stuntz var. velutina (Wooton) Standl. (Honey Mesquit)
          Model Number 596

          Prunus ilicifolia (M. Roem.) Walp. (Cherry)
          Model Number 558

          Prunus pumila L. (Sand Cherry)
          Model Number 203

          Psidium cattleianum Sabine (Strawberry Guava)
          Model Number 403

          Pteridium aquilinum L. Kuhn (Common Brake)
          Model Number 190

          Rhododendron maximum L. (Great Laurel)
          Model Number 608

          Rhododendron nudiflorum L. Torr. (Purple Azalea)
          Model Number 40

          Rosa gymnocarpa Nutt.
          Model Number 397

          Sabatia brachiata Ell. (Narrow-leaved Sabatia)
          Model Number 599

          Salix cinerea L.
          Model Number 688

          Salix discolor Muhl. (Glaucous Willow)
          Model Number 689

          Salvia officinalis L. (Garden or Common Sage)
          Model Number 755

          Saponaria officinalis L. (Soapwort)
          Model Number 134

          Sarracenia purpurea L. (Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 253

          Schinus molle L. (California Pepper Tree)
          Model Number 644

          Sicyos angulatus L. (Nimble-Kate)
          Model Number 273

          Solanum tuberosum L. (Potato)
          Model Number 109

          Sparganium eurycarpum Engelm. (Broad-fruited Burr-reed)
          Model Number 655

          Stigmaphyllon ciliatum A.Juss. (Golden Vine)
          Model Number 503

          Theobroma cacao L. (Cacao)
          Model Number 374

          Thunbergia fragrans Roxb.
          Model Number 512

          Tibouchina semidecandra (Schrank & Mart.) Cogn.
          Model Bumber 481

          Typha latifolia L. (Common Cat-tail)
          Model Number 725

          Uniola latifolia Michx. (Broad-leaved Spike-grass)
          Model Number 331

          Utricularia vulgaris L. (Greater Bladderwort)
          Model Number 637

          Vallisneria spiralis L. (Tape-grass)
          Model Number 686

          Waldsteinia fragarioides (Michx.) Tratt. (Barren Strawberry)
          Model Number 574

          Zauschneria californica Presl. (California Fuchsia)
          Model Number 347

          Negatives

          Glass Negatives of models organized by specimen name
           
          Alisma plantago-aquatica L. (Water Plantain)
          Model Number 333

          Cenaurea cyanus L. (Bachelor's Button)
          Model Number 761

          Cerastium arvense L.
          Model Number 757

          Glass Plate Negatives

          Glass Plate Negatives of models organized by specimen name
           
          Adiantum cuneatum Langs. & Fisch.
          Model Number 248

          Adiantum hispidulum Swartz
          Model Number 247

          Adiantum macrophyllum Swartz
          Model Number 248

          Adiantum trapeziforme Linn.
          Model Number 248

          Alisma plantago-aquatica Linn. (Water Plantain)
          Model Number 333

          Anacardium occidentale Linn. (Cashew)
          Model Number 424

          Anychia canadensis (L.) BSP.(Forked Chickweed)
          Model Number 612

          Arcenthobium cyrtopodum Engelm.
          Model Number 658

          Arenaria groenlandica(Mountain Sandwort)
          Model Number 735

          Aristolochia elegans (Calico Flower)
          Model Number 378

          Asplenium alatum, Kunth.
          Model Number 711

          Aster undulatus Linn. (Wavy-leaved Aster)
          Model Number 359

          Blechnum occidentale Linn.
          Model Number 244

          Bougainvillaea spectabilis Willd.
          Model Number 445

          Brasenia schreberi J.F. Gmel(Water-shield)
          Model Number 713

          Cabomba caroliniana A. Gray(Carolina Water-shield)
          Model Number 665

          Calopogon pulchellus R. Br.(Grass Pink)
          Model Number 523

          Camellia sinensis (Linn.) O. Kuntze(Tea-plant)
          Model Number 615

          Camptosorus rhizophyllus (Linn.) (Walking-leaf)
          Model Number 683

          Capsicum frutescens Linn. (Spur Pepper)
          Model Number 448

          Carludovica palmata Ruiz & Pav.(Cogollo)
          Model Number 607

          Cassia glandulosa Linn. var. ramosa Griseb.
          Model Number 625

          Castilleja affinis Hook. & Arn. (Scarlet Cup)
          Model Number 500

          Chionanthus virginica Linn.(Fringe-tree)
          Model Number 22

          Chorizanthe fimbriata Nutt.
          Model Number 549

          Chrysophyllum Cainito Linn. (Star-Apple)
          Model Number 443

          Cinnamomum zeylanicum Nees(Cinnamon Tree)
          Model Number 522

          Cocos nucifera Linn. (Coconut Palm)
          Model Number 496

          Coffea arabica Linn.(Coffee)
          Model Number 478

          Coffea liberica Bull
          Model Number 479

          Cola acuminata (Beauv.) Schott & Endl.(Cola Nut)
          Model Number 439

          Cordia Sebestena Linn. (Geiger-Tree)
          Model Number 557

          Corylus americana Walt. (Hazel-nut)
          Model Number 582

          Cotyledon secunda (Booth) Baker
          Model Number 96

          Cyphomandra fragrans (Hook.) Sendtn.
          Model Number 498

          Cypripedium reginae Walt. (Showy Lady's Slipper)
          Model Number 224

          Dahlia pinnata Cav. (Dahlia)
          Model Number 160

          Dahlia tenuis Robinson & Greenman
          Model Number 621

          Datura arborea Linn. (Angel's Trumpet)
          Model Number 290

          Delphinium azureum Michx. (Blue Larkspur)
          Model Number 652

          Dryopteris filix-mas (Linn.) Schott
          Model Number 72

          Echinocereus Engelmannii (Parry) Rumpler
          Model Number 529

          Encelia californica Nutt.
          Model Number 532

          Ephedra nevadensis S.Wats. (Ephedra)
          Model Number 571

          Eriogonum fasciculatum Benth.
          Model Number 580

          Erysimum asperum DC. (Western Wall-flower)
          Model Number 254

          Erythroxylon coca Lam. (Coca)
          Model Number 449

          Eucalyptus globulus Labill.(Blue-Gum)
          Model Number 464

          Eugenia caryophyllata Thunb. (Clove)
          Model Number 349

          Eugenia Jambos Linn. (Rose Apple)
          Model Number 477

          Euphorbia marginata Pursh (Snow-on-the-Mountain)
          Model Number 592

          Ferocactus Wizlizinii (Engelm.) Britton & Rose
          Model Number 404

          Ficus Carica Linn. (Fig)
          Model Number 732

          Foquieria Splendens Engelm. (Candlewood)
          Model Number 446

          Fothergilla Gardeni Murr.
          Model Number 616

          Fremontia californica Torr.(Flannel Bush)
          Model Number 796

          Gaura biennis Linn. (Biennial Gaura)
          Model Number 101

          Gossypium barbadense L. (Sea-Island Cotton)
          Model Number 386

          Gossypium herbaceum Linn. (Nanking Cotton)
          Model Number 387

          Gymnopteris ruf (Linn.) Bernh.
          Model Number 709

          Habenaria psycodes (Linn.) Spreng. (Smaller Purple-fringed Orchis)
          Model Number 184

          Hamamelis virginiana Linn. (Witch Hazel)
          Model Number 269

          Helianthemum canadense (Linn.) Michx. (Frostweed)
          Model Number 703

          Heracleum lanatum Michx. (Cow-Persnip)
          Model Number 656

          Inga vera Willd. (Coco-wood)
          Model Number 565

          Jacaranda filicifolia D. Don
          Model Number 550

          Kalmia latifolia Linn. (Mountain Laurel)
          Model Number 673

          Lathyrus polymorphus Nutt.
          Model Number 595

          Lilium philadelphicum Linn. (Wild Orange-red Lily)
          Model Number 697

          Loasa vulcanica Andre.
          Model Number 352

          Lycium halimifolium Milt. (Matrimony Vine)
          Model Number 343

          Magnolia tripetala Linn. (Umbrella Tree)
          Model Number 50

          Mangifera indica Linn. (Mango)
          Model Number 554

          Mimosa pudica Linn. (Sensitive-plant)
          Model Number 310

          Mimulus puniceus (Nutt.) Steud.
          Model Number 497

          Mimusops Elengi Linn. (Spanish-Cherry)
          Model Number 397

          Mirabilis Jalapa Linn. (Four o'clock)
          Model Number 182

          Monotropa uniflora Linn. (Indian Pipe)
          Model Number 669

          Musa paradisiaca Linn. subsp. sapientum (Linn.) Ktze. (Banana)
          Model Number 693

          Myriophyllum heterophyllum Michx.(Water Milfoil)
          Model Number 641

          Myristica fragrans Houtt. (Nutmeg)
          Model Number 380

          Nepenthes maxima Reinw. (Malayan Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 721

          Nepenthes sanguinea Lindl. (Malayan Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 719

          Nicotiana Tabacum Linn. (Tobacco)
          Model Number 110

          Nigella damascena Linn. (Love-in-a-mist)
          Model Number 731

          Nymphaea odorata Soland. (Water Lily)
          Model Number 368

          Onoclea sensibilis Linn.(Sensitive Fern)
          Model Number 708

          Opuntia phaeacantha Engelm. (Comanche Cactus)
          Model Number 99

          Opuntia Stanlyi Engelm.
          Model Number 591

          Orthocarpus purpurascens Benth.(Owl's Clover)
          Model Numbers 452

          Passiflora caerulea Linn. (Blue crown Passion-flower)
          Model Number 58

          Phyllitis Scolopendrium (Linn.) Newn.
          Model Number 710

          [Phyllocactus Ackermanni, Walp.]
          Model Number 318

          Pinus rigida Mill. (Pitch Pine)
          Model Number 657

          Pityrogramma calomelanos (Linn.) Link var. aureo-flava (Hook.) Weath.
          Model Number 245

          Plantago patagonica Jacq.
          Model Number 712

          Pogonia ophioglossoides (Linn.) Ker-Gawl. (Rose Pogonia)
          Model Number 611

          Poinciana pulcherrima Linn. (Caesalpinia)
          Model Number 569

          Polypodium aureum Linn.
          Model Number 320

          Polypodium crassifolium Linn.
          Model Number 393

          Polypodium vulgare Linn. (Polypody)
          Model Number 191

          Pontederia cordata Linn.(Pickerel-weed)
          Model Number 640

          Portlandia grandiflora Linn.
          Model Number 565

          Prosopis chilensis (Molina) Stuntz var. velutina (Wooton) Standl. (Honey Mesquit)
          Model Number 596

          Prunus ilicifolia (M. Roem.) Walp. (Cherry)
          Model Number 558

          Prunus pumila Linn.(Sand Cherry)
          Model Number 203

          Psidium Cattleianum Sabine(Strawberry Guava)
          Model Number 403

          Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn (Common Brake)
          Model Number 190

          Rhododendron nudiflorum (Linn.) Torr. (Purple Azalea)
          Model Number 40

          Rosa gymnocarpa Nutt.
          Model Number 397

          Sabatia brachiata Ell. (Narrow-leaved Sabatia)
          Model Number 599

          Salix cinerea Linn.
          Model Number 688

          Salix discolor Muhl. (Glaucous Willow)
          Model Number 689

          Salvia officinalis Linn. (Garden or Common Sage)
          Model Number 755

          Saponaria officinalis Linn.(Soapwort)
          Model Number 134

          Sarracenia purpurea Linn. (Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 253

          Schinus Molle Linn. (California Pepper Tree)
          Model Number 644

          Sicyos angulatus Linn.(Nimble-Kate)
          Model Number 273
          Solanum tuberosum Linn. (Potato)
          Model Number 109

          Sparganium eurycarpum Engelm. (Broad-fruited Burr-reed)
          Model Number 655

          Stigmaphyllon ciliatum A.Juss. (Golden Vine)
          Model Number 503

          Theobroma Cacao Linn. (Cacao)
          Model Number 374

          Thunbergia fragrans Roxb.
          Model Number 512

          Tibouchina semidecandra (Schrank & Mart.) Cogn.
          Model Bumber 481

          Typha latifolia Linne (Common Cat-tail)
          Model Number 725

          Uniola latifolia Michx. (Broad-leaved Spike-grass)
          Model Number 331

          Utricularia vulgaris Linn. (Greater Bladderwort)
          Model Number 637

          Vallisneria spiralis Linn. (Tape-grass)
          Model Number 686

          Waldsteinia fragarioides (Michx.) Tratt. (Barren Strawberry)
          Model Number 574

          Zauschneria californica Presl. (California Fuchsia)
          Model Number 347

          Slides

          Slides of models organized by specimen name
           
          Acer rubrum Linn. (Red Maple)
          Model Number 726B

          Andromeda floribunda Pursh. (Mountain Fetter-bush)
          Model Number 588

          Anemone virginiana Linn. (Tall Anemone)
          Model Number 370

          Aristolochia elegans (Calico Flower)
          Model Number 378

          Aristolochia fimbriata
          Model Number 766

          Asclepiodora viridis (Walt.) A. Gray (Oblong-leaved Milkweed)
          Model Number 551

          Asplenium alatum, Kunth.
          Model Number 711

          Beta vulgaris Linn. (Beet)
          Model Number 361

          Bidens laevis (Linn.) BSP.(Large Bur-marigold)
          Model Number 586

          Browallia viscosa HBK.
          Model Number 175

          Calceolaria scabiosaefolia Roem & Schult.
          Model Number 180

          Calycanthus occidentalis Hook. & Arn. (Sweet Shrub)
          Model Number 651

          Camellia sinensis (Linn.) O. Kuntze (Tea-Plant)
          Model Number 615

          Carica papaya Linn. (Papaya)
          Model Number 559

          Catalpa bignonioides Walt. (Catalpa)
          Model Number 21

          Chamaedorea elegans Mart.
          Model Number 242

          Chrysophyllum Cainito Linn. (Star-Apple)
          Model Number 443

          Claviceps purpurea
          Model Number 321

          Codiaeum variegatum (Linn.) Bl.
          Model Number 542

          Cosmos diversifolius Otto
          Model Number 585

          Cypripedium reginae Walt. (Showy Lady's Slipper)
          Model Number 224

          Cytisus scoparius (Linn.) Link (Scotch Broom)
          Model Number 762

          Datura arborea Linn. Angel's Trumpet)
          Model Number 290

          Datura meteloides DC. ex Dunal (Thorn Apple)
          Model Number 291

          Delphinium decorum Fisch. & Mey.
          Model Number 653

          Diospyros virginiana Linn. (Common Persimmon)
          Model Number 742

          Dryopteris filix-mas (Linn.) Schott
          Model Number 72

          Encelia californica Nutt.
          Model Number 532

          Epigaea repens Linn. (Ground Laurel)
          Model Number 208

          Erythrina Corallodendron Linn. (Coral-tree)
          Model Number 381

          Eugenia Jambos Linn. (Rose Apple)
          Model Number 477

          Euphorbia marginata Pursh (Snow-on-the-Mountain)
          Model Number 592

          Fragaria hybrida Hortorum
          Model Number 786

          Fucus vesiculosus(Seaweeds)
          Model Number 325

          Funaria hygrometrica(Moss)
          Model Number 327

          Georgia pellucida
          Model Number 414

          Hura crepitans Linn. (Sandbox Tree)
          Model Number 601

          Hydrangea radiata Walt. (Downy Hydrangea)
          Model Number 145

          Jacaranda filicifolia D. Don
          Model Number 550

          Kalmia latifolia Linn. (Mountain Laurel)
          Model Number 673

          Liriodendron Tulipifera Linn.(Tulip-tree)
          Model Number 132

          Lopezia coronata Andr. (Lopezia)
          Model Number 743

          Luffa cylindrica (Linn.) Roem.
          Model Number 272

          Lupinus mutabilis Sweet
          Model Number 141

          Mahonia Aquifolium (Pursh) Nutt.
          Model Number 198

          Malus pumila Mill. (Apple)
          Model Number 812

          Marchantia polymorpha
          Model Number 326

          Mesembryanthemum aequilaterale Haw. (Ice-plant)
          Model Number 400

          Musa paradisiaca Linn. subsp. sapientum (Linn.) Ktze. (Banana)
          Model Number 693

          Nepenthes sanguinea Lindl. (Malayan Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 719

          Nicotiana Tabacum Linn. (Tobacco)
          Model Number 110

          Odontoglossum grande Lindley (Baby Orchid)
          Model Number 749

          Oncidium tigrinum La Llave & Lex.
          Model Number 226

          Panicum boreale Nash (Northern Panicum)
          Model Number 784

          Passiflora caerulea Linn. (Blue crown Passion-flower)
          Model Number 58

          Pentstemon antirrhinoides Benth.
          Model Number 546

          Pentstemon spectabilis Thurb.
          Model Number 544

          Phaseolus multiflorus Willd. (Scarlet Runner)
          Model Number 767

          Phyllitis Scolopendrium (Linn.) Newn.
          Model Number 710

          Polygala incarnata Linn. (Pink Milkwort)
          Model Number 661

          Prunus Armeniaca Linn. (Apricot)
          Model Number 827

          Rhododendron maximum Linn. (Great Laurel)
          Model Number 608

          Rudbeckia speciosa Wenderoth
          Model Number 280

          Sagittaria montevidensis Cham. & Schlecht. (Giant Arrow-leaf)
          Model Number 304

          Salix cinerea Linn.
          Model Number 688

          Salvia carduacea Benth.(Thistle Sage)
          Model Number 435

          Salvia officinalis Linn. (Garden or Common Sage)
          Model Number 755

          Salvia patens Cav. (Gentian Sage)
          Model Number 118

          Schinus Molle Linn. (California Pepper Tree)
          Model Number 644

          Selaginella inaequalifolia

          Smithiantha fulgida (Ortg.) Cheney
          Model Number 54

          Thaspium aureum Nutt.(Golden Meadow-Parsnip)
          Model Number 93

          Trillium grandiflorum (Michx.) Salisb. (Large-flowered Wake Robin)
          Model Number 251

          Verbascum Thapsus Linn. (Velvet or Mullen Dock)
          Model Number 338

          Zenobia pulverulenta (Bartr.) Pollard var. nuda (Vent.) Rehd.
          Model Number 589

          Stereoscopic Slides

          Stereoscopic Slides of models organized by specimen name
           
          Aconitum columbianum Nutt. (Monkshood) (Cashew)
          Model Number 553

          Aconitum columbianum Nutt. (Monkshood)
          Model Number 553

          Actaea alba L. Mill. (White Baneberry)
          Model Number 252

          Actinia scaposa (DC.) O. Ktze.
          Model Number 536

          Aesculus parviflora Walt. (Bottlebrush Buckeye)
          Model Number 115

          Allamanda catharica L. var. schottii (Pohl) Bailey & Raffill
          Model Number 377

          Allium scaposum Benth.
          Model Number 308

          Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt. (Northwestern June-berry)
          Model Number 499

          Amorpha fruticosa L. (False Indigo)
          Model Number 363

          Amsinckia intermedia Fisch & Mey. (Buckthorn Weed)
          Model Number 514

          Anagallis arvensis L. (Scarlet Pimpernel)
          Model Number 105

          Ananas comosus (Stickm.) Merr. (Pineapple)
          Model Number 229

          Anaphalis margaritacea L. Benth. & Hook. f. (Pearly Everlasting)
          Model Number 584

          Anemone nemorosa L. (Wind-Flower)
          Model Number 192

          Anemone patens L. var. Wolfgangiana (Bess.) Koch (Pasque-flower)
          Model Number 563

          Anemone virginiana L. (Tall Anemone)
          Model Number 370

          Anemonella thalictroides L. Spach (Rue-Anemony)
          Model Number 194

          Ansonia tabernaemontana Walt.
          Model Number 215

          Anychia canadensis L. BSP. (Forked Chickweed)
          Model Number 735

          Apios americana Medic. (Ground Nut)
          Model Number 525

          Aquilegia canadensis (Wild Columbine)
          Model Number 315

          Arcenthobium cyrtopodum Engelm.
          Model Number 658

          Arenaria groenlandica (Mountain Sandwort)
          Model Number 612

          Arisaema triphyllum (Jack-in-the-Pulpit)
          Model Number 577

          Aristolochia elegans (Calico Flower)
          Model Number 378

          Aristolochia fimbriata
          Model Number 766

          Asarum canadense (Wild Ginger)
          Model Number 214

          Asclepias syriaca L. (Common Milkweed)
          Model Number 770

          Aster macrophyllus L. (Large-leaved Aster)
          Model Number 357

          Aster novae-angliae L. var roseus (Desf.) DC. (New England Aster)
          Model Number 360

          Aster umbellatus Mill.
          Model Number 358

          Aster undulatus L. (Wavy-leaved Aster)
          Model Number 359

          Astragalus canadensis L. (Milk-Vetch)
          Model Number 264

          Astragalus drummondii Dougl. (Drummond's Milk Vetch)
          Model Number 539

          Audibertia stachyoides Benth. (Black Sage)
          Model Number 634

          Baeria chrystoma Fisch. & Mey. (Gold Fields)
          Model Number 531

          Baileya pauciradiata Harv. & Gray
          Model Number 456

          Baptisia australis L. R. Br. (Blue False Indigo)
          Model Number 59

          Bauhinia divaricata L. (Mountain Ebony)
          Model Number 382

          Begonia boliviensis A. DC.
          Model Number 268

          Begonia gracilis HBK.
          Model Number 267

          Boltonia asteroides L. L'Her.
          Model Number 356

          Bougainvillaea spectabilis Willd.
          Model Number 445

          Boykinia aconitifolia Nutt. (Aconite Saxifrage)
          Model Number 146

          Brasenia schreberi J.F. Gmel (Water-shield)
          Model Number 713

          Brittonastrum mexicanum (Kunth) Briquet
          Model Number 299

          Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.) Kurz
          Model Number 388

          Bursera simaruba L. Sarg. (West Indian Birch)
          Model Number 427

          Buxus sempervirens L. (Boxwood)
          Model 737

          Cabomba caroliniana A. Gray (Carolina Water-shield)
          Model Number 665

          Caiophora lateritia (Hook.) Klotzsch (Red Loasa)
          Model Number 51

          Cajanus cajan L. Druce (Pigeon Pea)
          Model Number 482

          Calotropis procera (Ait.) Bryand. in Ait. Model Number 548

          Caltha palustris L. (Marsh Marigold)
          Model Number 475

          Calyptrogyne ghiesbreghtiana (Lindl. & H. Wendl.) H Wendl.
          Model Number 243

          Camellia sinensis L. O. Kuntze (Tea-plant)
          Model Number 615

          Campanula rotundifolia L. (Harebell)
          Model Number 166

          Canna variabilis Willd.
          Model Number 334

          Capsicum frutescens L. (Spur Pepper)
          Model Number 448

          Carex lupulina Muhl. (Hop Sedge)
          Model Number 603

          Carex verrucosa Muhl. (Warty Sedge)
          Model Number 604

          Cassia glandulosa L. var. ramosa Griseb.
          Model Number 625

          Catasetum trulla Lindl.
          Model Number 750

          Ceanothus americanus L. (New Jersey Tea)
          Model Number 149

          Cedrela odorata L. (West Indian Cedar)
          Model Number 469

          Centaurea americana Nutt. (American Star Thistle)
          Model Number 163

          Centaureum venustum (A. Gray) B.L. Robins. (Centaury)
          Model Number 401

          Cercis canadensis L. (Redbud)
          Model Number 204

          Cereus aethiops Haw.
          Model Number 100

          Certaophyllum demersum L. (Hornwort)
          Model Number 738

          Cestrum aurantiacum Lindl.
          Model Number 177

          Cestrum elegans (Brongn.) Schlecht.
          Model Number 217

          Cestrum nocturnum L.
          Model Number 560

          Chaenactis glabruscula DC. var tenuifolia (Nutt.) Hall
          Model Number 518

          Chaenactis stevioides Hook. & Arn.
          Model Number 517

          Chamaedaphne calyculata L. Moench (Leather-leaf)
          Model Number 206

          Chamaedorea elegans Mart.
          Model Number 242

          Chimaphila umbellata L. Nutt. (Pipsissewa)
          Model Number 629

          Chionanthus virginica L. (Fringe-tree)
          Model Number 22

          Choisya ternata HBK. (Mexican Orange)
          Model Number 409

          Chorizanthe fimbriata Nutt.
          Model Number 549

          Chrysobalanus icaco L. (Cocoa Plum)
          Model Number 489

          Chrysophyllum cainito L. (Star-Apple)
          Model Number 443

          Chrysosplenium tetandrum Fries (Golden Saxifrage)
          Model Number 205

          Cichorium intybus L. (Wild Succory)
          Model Number 130

          Cimicifuga racemosa L. Nutt. (Black Snakeroot)
          Model Number 48

          Cinnamomum camphora L. Nees & Eherm. (Camphor Tree)
          Model Number 447

          Cinnamomum zeylanicum Nees (Cinnamon Tree)
          Model Number 552

          Citrus sinensis L. (Orange)
          Model Number 486

          Clarkia elegans Dougl.
          Model Number 36

          Clarkia pulchella Pursh
          Model Number 271

          Clethra alnifolia L. (Sweet Pepperbush)
          Model Number 167

          Clidemia rubra (Aubl.) Mart.
          Model Number 102

          Codiaeum variegatum L. Bl.
          Model Number 542

          Cola acuminata (Beauv.) Schott & Endl. (Cola Nut)
          Model Number 439

          Collomia biflora (R. & P.) Brand
          Model Number 287

          Commelina erecta L. (Slender Day-flower)
          Model Number 74

          Convolvulus occidentalis A. Gray (Western Bindweed)
          Model Number 505

          Convolvulus sepium L. (Rutland Beuty)
          Model Number 342

          Cordia sebestena L. (Geiger-Tree)
          Model Number 557

          Coreopsis major Walt. (Wood Tickseed)
          Model Number 278

          Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt. (Garden Tickseed)
          Model Number 125

          Cornus canadensis L. (Dwarf Cornel)
          Model Number 696

          Cosmos bipinnatus Cav. (Cosmos)
          Model Number 161

          Cotyledon lanceolata (Nutt.) Benth. & Hook. f. apud Brewer & Wats.
          Model Number 537

          Cotyledon orbiculata L.
          Model Number 95

          Cotyledon secunda (Booth) Baker
          Model Number 96

          Croton californicus Muell. -Arg.
          Model Number 543

          Cuphea bustamanta Lex.
          Model Number 42

          Cuphea lanceolata Dryand.
          Model Number 270

          Cyphomandra fragrans (Hook.) Sendtn.
          Model Number 498

          Cypripedium calceolus . var pubescens (Willd.) Correll (Yellow Lady's Slipper)
          Model Number 223

          Cytisus scoparius L. (Scotch Broom)
          Model Number 762

          Dalechampia spathulata (Scheidw.) Baill.
          Model Number 221

          Dalibarda repens L. (Dalibarda)
          Model Number 614

          Darlingtonia californica Torr. (Calf's Head)
          Model Number 444

          Desmodium canadense L. DC. (Canadian Tick-Trefoil)
          Model Number 103

          Diapensia lapponica L. (Diapensia)
          Model Number 590

          Dichorisandra aubletiana Schult. f.
          Model Number 305

          Dionaea muscipula Ellis (Venus's Fly-trap)
          Model Number 151

          Dirca palustris L. (Leatherwood)
          Model Number 508

          Dithyrea weslizenii Engelm.
          Model Number 468

          Dodecatheon jeffreyi van Houtte
          Model Number 210

          Dodecatheon meadia L. (Shooting Star)
          Model Number 211

          Downingia pulchella (Lindl.) Torr.
          Model Number 165

          Drosera filiformis Raf. (Thread-leaved Sundew)
          Model Number 610

          Drosera rotundifolia L. (Round-leaved Sundew)
          Model Number 431

          Dulichium arundinaceum L. Britton (Dulichium)
          Model Number 605

          Duranta repens L. (Pigeon-Berry)
          Model Number 547

          Eichhornia azurea (Sw.) Kunth (Sawpetal Water-hyacinth)
          Model Number 32

          Elaeagnus argentea Pursh (Silverberry)
          Model Number 600

          Empetrum nigrum L. (Black Crowberry)
          Model Number 649

          Encelia californica Nutt.
          Model Number 532

          Encelia eriocephala A. Gray
          Model Number 533

          Encelia farinosa A. Gray
          Model Number 535

          Epigaea repens L. (Ground Laurel)
          Model Number 208

          Erigeron glandulosus Porter
          Model Number 458

          Erigeron ramosus (Walt.) BSP. (Daisy Fleabane)
          Model Number 515

          Erigeron speciosus DC.
          Model Number 64

          Eriocaulon articulatum (Huds.) Morong (Seven-angled Pipewort)
          Model Number 662

          Eriogonum fasciculatum Benth.
          Model Number 580

          Eriophyllum confertiflorum (DC.) A. Gray
          Model Number 459

          Erysimum asperum DC. (Western Wall-flower)
          Model Number 254

          Eschscholtzia californica Cham. (California Poppy)
          Model Number 47

          Eugenia brasiliensis Lam. (Grumixameira)>br> Model Number 461

          Eupatorium atrorubens (Lem.) Nicholson
          Model Number 20

          Euphorbia corollata L. (Flowering Spurge)
          Model Number 302

          Euphorbia montana Engelm. (Rocky Mountain Spurge)
          Model Number 513

          Evonymus atropurpureus Jacq. (Burning Bush)
          Model Number 740

          Filipendula rubra (Hill) Robins. (Queen of the Prairie)
          Model Number 150

          Fothergilla gardeni Murr.
          Model Number 701

          Francoa sonchifolia Cav.
          Model Number 148

          Fremontia californica Torr. (Flannel Bush)
          Model Number 616

          Gaillardia aristata Pursh (Great-flowered Gaillardia)
          Model Number 129

          Gaultheria procumbens L. (Teaberry)
          Model Number 365

          Gaura biennis L. (Biennial Gaura)
          Model Number 101

          Genista tinctoria L. (Dyeweed)
          Model Number 763

          Gentiana andrewsii Griseb. (Closed Gentian)
          Model Number 282

          Geranium pratense L. (Meadow Cranesbill)
          Model Number 353

          Gilia aggregata (Pursh) Spreng. (Ipomopsis)
          Model Number 286

          Gilia californica (Hook. & Arn.) Benth.
          Model Number 520

          Gillenia trifoliata L. Moench (Indian Physic)
          Model Number 46

          Godetia amoena (Lehm.) Lilja (Farewell-to-Spring)
          Model Number 37

          Gonolobus carolinensis (Jacq.) Schult.
          Model Number 530

          Guaiacum officinale L. (Lignum-vitae)
          Model Number 575

          Gynandropsis speciosa (HBK.) DC.
          Model Number 303

          Haematoxylum campechianum L. (Logwood Tree)
          Model Number 480

          Halesia carolina L. (Snowdrop Tree)
          Model Number 41

          Hamamelis virginiana L. (Witch Hazel)
          Model Number 269

          Helenium aromaticum (Hook.) Bailey (Cehpalophora)
          Model Number 279

          Helenium autumnale L. (False or Swamp Flower)
          Model Number 126

          Heliopsis helianthoides L. Sweet (Ox-eye)
          Model Number 355

          Helonias bullata L. (Swamp Pink)
          Model Number 240

          Hemizonia tenella (Nutt.) A. Gray
          Model Number 516

          Hepatica triloba Chaix (Noble Liverwort)
          Model Number 193

          Hibiscus clypeatus L. (Ketma)
          Model Number 366

          Hibiscus moscheutos L. (Swamp Rose-Mallow)
          Model Number 367

          Hoffmanseggia densiflora Benth. (Sickle-fruited Hoffmanseggia)
          Model Number 433

          Hordeum jubatum L. (Squirrel-tail Grass)
          Model Number 309

          Hosackia glabra (Vogel) Torr.
          Model Number 706

          Hosackia oblongifolia Benth.
          Model Number 707

          Hunnemannia fumariaefolia Sweet (Mexican Tulip Poppy)
          Model Number 364

          Hydrangea radiata Walt. (Downy Hydrangea)
          Model Number 145

          Hydrastis canadensis L. (Orange-root)
          Model Number 196

          Hydrocotyle americana L. (Water pennywort)
          Model Number 597

          Hydrophyllum canadense L. (Broad-leaved Waterleaf)
          Model Number 108

          Hypericum ascyron L. (Great St. John's-wort)
          Model Number 676

          Hypericum prolificum L. (Shrubby St. John's-wort)
          Model Number 137

          Ilex opaca Ait. (American Holly)
          Model Number 619

          Ilex verticillata L. A. Gray (Black Alder)
          Model Number 620

          Ipomoea hederacea L. Jacq. (Ivy-leaved Morning Glory)
          Model Number 173

          Iris versicolor L. (Blue Flag)
          Model Number 609

          Isomeris arborea Nutt.
          Model Number 402

          Itea virginica L. (Virginia Willow)
          Model Number 147

          Jatropha divaricata Sw.
          Model Number 492

          Jatropha stimulosa Michx. (Tread-softly)
          Model Number 671

          Kalmia angustifolia L. (Sheep Laurel)
          Model Number 39

          Krameria canescens A. Gray
          Model Number 583

          Krigia virginica (L.) Willd. (Cynthia)
          Model Number 702

          Lactuca macrophylla (Willd.) A. Gray (Blue Lettuce)
          Model Number 63

          Larrea mexicana Moric. (Gobernadora)
          Model Number 528

          Lathyrus magellanicus Lam. (Lord Anson's Blue Pea)
          Model Number 144

          Lathyrus polymorphus Nutt.
          Model Number 595

          Layia platyglossa (Fisch. & Mey.) A. Gray (Tidy Tips)
          Model Number 276

          Ledum groenlandicum Oeder (Labrador Tea)
          Model Number 587

          Leersia oryzoides L. Sw. (Rice Cut-grass)
          Model Number 194

          Leiophyllum buxifolium (Berg.) Ell. (Sand Myrtle)
          Model Number 207

          Lemna minor L. (Lesser Duckweed)
          Model Number 684

          Leucocrinum montanum Nutt. (Sagelily)
          Model Number 453

          Liatris spicata L. Willd. (Dense Button Snakeroot)
          Model Number 131

          Limnanthes douglasii R. Br. (Meadow Foam)
          Model Number 152

          Limonium trichogonum Blake (Sea Lavendar)
          Model Number 631

          Lindheimera texana Gray & Engelm.
          Model Number 277

          Liriodendron tulipifera L. (Tulip-tree)
          Model Number 132

          Loasa tricolor Lindl.
          Model Number 351

          Loasa vulcanica Andre
          Model Number 352

          Lobelia laxiflora HBK.
          Model Number 350

          Lobelia siphilitica L. (Great Lobelia)
          Model Number 122

          Lopezia coronata Andr. (Lopezia)
          Model Number 743

          Lopezia mexicana Jacq.
          Model Number 35

          Lupinus densiflorus Benth.
          Model Number 142

          Lupinus mutabilis Sweet
          Model Number 141

          Lupinus nanus Dougl. (Common Dwarf Lupine)
          Model Number 143

          Luzula vernalis DC. (Common Wood-rush)
          Model Number 241

          Lychnis alba (Evening Lychnis)
          Model Number 135

          Lycium halimifolium Milt. (Matrimony Vine)
          Model Number 343

          Magnolia acuminata L. (Cucumber-tree)
          Model Number 49

          Magnolia tripetala L. (Umbrella Tree)
          Model Number 50

          Mahonia aquifolium (Pursh) Nutt.
          Model Number 198

          Malacothrix californica DC. var. galbrata A. Gray ex. DC.
          Model Number 623

          Meconella lineare (Benth.) A. Nels. & Macbr.
          Model Number 455

          Melia azedarach L. (Pride of India)
          Model Number 490

          Melica striata (Michx.) Hitchc. (Purple Oat)
          Model Number 773

          Menispermum canadense L. (Canada Moonseed)
          Model Number 626

          Mentzelia lindleyi Torr. & Gray (Buena Mujer)
          Model Number 156

          Mentzelia tricuspis A. Gray
          Model Number 470

          Menyanthes trifoliata L. (Buckbean)
          Model Number 754

          Mertensia virginica (L. Link. (Virginia Cowslip)
          Model Number 216

          Mesembryanthemum aequilaterale Haw. (Ice-plant)
          Model Number 400

          Mimosa pudica L. (Sensitive-plant)
          Model Number 310

          Mirabilis jalapa L. (Four o'clock)
          Model Number 182

          Monarda bradburiana Beck.
          Model Number 540

          Monarda fistulosa L. (Wild Bergamot)
          Model Number 116

          Monotropa hypopitys L. (Pine Sap)
          Model Number 670

          Monotropa uniflora L. (Indian Pipe)
          Model Number 669

          Moringa oleifera Lam. (Horse-radish Tree)
          Model Number 568

          Mucuna gigantea (Willd.) DC. (Black Bean)
          Model Number 265

          Musa paradisiaca L. subsp. sapientum (Linn.) Ktze. (Banana)
          Model Number 693

          Myristica fragrans Houtt. (Nutmeg)
          Model Number 380

          Nama demissum A. Gray
          Model Number 407

          Nemophila insignis Dougl. (Baby Blue-eyes)
          Model Number 26

          Nicotiana acutiflora A. St. Hill.
          Model Number 296

          Nicotiana glauca R. Grah. (Tree Tobacco)
          Model Number 476

          Nicotiana rustica L. (Wild Tobacco)
          Model Number 111

          Nierembergia gracilis Hook.
          Model Number 289

          Nigella damascena L. (Love-in-a-mist)
          Model Number 368

          Nopalea coccinellifera L. Salm-Dyck. (Cochineal Plant)
          Model Number 389

          Noplaxochia phyllanthoides (DC.) Britton & Rose
          Model Number 319

          Ochna multiflora DC
          Model Number 783

          Odontoglossum grande Lindley (Baby Orchid)
          Model Number 749

          Oenothera acaulis Cav. (Red-flowered Primrose)
          Model Number 154

          Oenothera glauca Michx. var. Fraseri (Pursh) Torr. & Gray
          Model Number 155

          Oenothera parviflora L.
          Model Number 38

          Opuntia phaeacantha Engelm. (Comanche Cactus)
          Model Number 99

          Oryza sativa L. (Rice)
          Model Number 593

          Oxybaphus chilensis (Desf.) Steud. Model Number 300

          Oxytropis lambertii Pursh (Stemless Loco-weed)
          Model Number 438

          Panicum boreale Nash (Northern Panicum)
          Model Number 784

          Panicum xanthophysum A. Gray (Slender Panicum)
          Model Number 774

          Parnassia palustris L. (Northern Grass-of-Parnassus)
          Model Number 432

          Parthenocissus quinquefolia L. Planch. (Virginia Creeper)
          Model Number 92

          Passiflora caerulea L. (Blue crown Passion-flower)
          Model Number 58

          Passiflora caerulea L. (Common Passion-flower)
          Model Number 775

          Passiflora laurifolia L. (Jamaica Honeysuckle) Model Number 390

          Passiflora murucuja L.
          Model Number 391

          Passiflora racemosa Brot. (Princess Charlotte's Passion-flower)
          Model Number 57

          Perezia nana A. Gray
          Model Number 487

          Phacelia fimbriata Michx. (Water-leaf)
          Model Number 284

          Phacelia minor (Harv.) Thell. var. Whitlavia (A. Gray) Macbr. (Whitlavia)
          Model Number 283

          Phacelia viscida (Benth.) Torr.
          Model Number 171

          Phaseolus multiflorus Willd. (Scarlet Runner)
          Model Number 767

          Phleum pratense L. (Timothy)
          Model Number 782

          Phyllodoce coerulea L. Bab. (Mountain Heath)
          Model Number 628

          Physalis lanceolata Michx. (Prairie Ground-cherry)
          Model Number 434

          Physostegia virginiana L. Benth. (False Dragon-head)
          Model Number 119

          Pickeringia montana Nutt. (Pea Chaparral)
          Model Number 506

          Pithecellobium saman (Jacq.) Benth. (Rain Tree)
          Model Number 442

          Platystemon californicus Benth. (Cream-cups)
          Model Number 454

          Plumeria alba L.
          Model Number 376

          Podophyllum peltatum L. (Mandrake)
          Model Number 316

          Portlandia grandiflora L.
          Model Number 565

          Potentilla fruticosa L. (Shrubby Cinquefoil)
          Model Number 266

          Prosopis chilensis (Molina) Stuntz var. velutina (Wooton) Standl. (Honey Mesquit)
          Model Number 596

          Prunus ilicifolia (M. Roem.) Walp. (Cherry)
          Model Number 558

          Prunus pumila L. (Sand Cherry)
          Model Number 203

          Prunus serotina Ehrh. (Wild Black Cherry)
          Model Number 43

          Psathyrotes annua (Nutt.) A.Gray
          Model Number 510

          Psidium cattleianum Sabine (Strawberry Guava)
          Model Number 403

          Psoralea lupinellus Michx.
          Model Number 659

          Punica granatum L. (Pomegranate)
          Model Number 491

          Pycnanthemum virginianum L. Durand & Jackson (Virginia Mountain Mint)
          Model Number 340

          Pyrola elliptica Nutt. (Shin-leaf)
          Model Number 618

          Quamoclit coccinea L. Moench. (Scarlet Ipomoea)
          Model Number 172

          Quassia amara L. (Quassia)
          Model Number 440

          Ranunculus acris L. (Tall Buttercup)
          Model Number 87

          Ranunculus ficaria L. (Lesser Celandine)
          Model Number 195

          Rhododendron arborescens (Pursh) Torr. (Smooth Azalea)
          Model Number 699

          Rhododendron canadense L. BSP (Rhodora)
          Model Number 209

          Rhododendron nudiflorum L. Torr. (Purple Azalea)
          Model Number 40

          Rhododendron praecox Carr.
          Model Number 317

          Rhododendron vaseyi A. G (Pink-shell Azalea)
          Model Number 581

          Rhododendron viscosum L. Torr. (White Swamp Honeysuckle)
          Model Number 410

          Rhus glabra L. (Smooth Sumach)
          Model Number 140

          Rhus ovata S.Wats. (Sugar Bush)
          Model Number 627

          Robinia hispida L. (Bristly Locust)
          Model Number 61r

          Robinia pseudo-acacia L. (Common Locust)
          Model Number 60

          Rosa gymnocarpa Nutt.
          Model Number 397

          Rosa woodsii Lindl. (Wood's Rose)
          Model Number 396

          Rubus deliciosus James (Boulder Raspberry)
          Model Number 488

          Rubus odoratus L. (Purple-flowering Raspberry)
          Model Number 45

          Rudbeckia hirta L. (Black-eyed Susan)
          Model Number 679

          Sabatia campestris Nutt. (Prairie Sabatia)
          Model Number 169

          Salsola kali L. (Common Saltwort)
          Model Number 650

          Sanguinaria canadensis L. (Bloodroot)
          Model Number 474

          Saponaria officinalis L. (Soapwort)
          Model Number 134

          Sarracenia flava L. (Trumpets)
          Model Number 579

          Sarracenia purpurea L. (Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 253

          Schizanthus pinnatus Ruiz & Pav. (Butterfly Flower)
          Model Number 174

          Scutellaria brittonii Porter
          Model Number 636

          Scutellaria canescens Nutt. (Downy Skullcap)
          Model Number 341

          Sedum pulchellum Michx. (Widow's Cross)
          Model Number 322

          Sedum stoloniferum S.T. Gmel. (Stonecrop)
          Model Number 94

          Setaria lutescens (Weigel) Hubb. (Yellow Foxtail)
          Model Number 772

          Shortia galacifolia Torr. & Gray (Oconee-bells)
          Model Number 700

          Sida acuta Burm.
          Model Number 483

          Sida hermaphrodita L. Rusby (Virginia Mallow)
          Model Number 91

          Sidalcea malvaeflora (DC) A. Gray (Checker-bloom)
          Model Number 258

          Silene acaulis L. (Moss Campion)
          Model Number 663

          Silphium perfoliatum L. (Cup Plant)
          Model Number 128

          Solanum heterodoxum Dunal (Melon-leaved Nightshade)
          Model Number 344

          Solanum tuberosum L. (Potato)
          Model Number 109

          Specularia perfoliata A. DC. (Venus' Looking-glass)
          Model Number 430

          Sphaeralcea cisplatina A. St. Hil. (Red Mallow)
          Model Number 257

          Sphaeralcea rivularis (Dougl.) Torr.
          Model Number 138

          Spigelia marilandica L. (Pink-root)
          Model Number 168

          Stachys bullata Benth.
          Model Number 564

          Staphylea trifolia L. (American Bladder-nut)
          Model Number 714

          Steironema ciliatum L. Raf. (Fringed Loostrife)
          Model Number 106

          Stephanomeria exinga Nutt. var. pentachaeta (D.C. Eaton) Hall
          Model Number 457

          Stigmaphyllon ciliatum A.Juss. (Golden Vine)
          Model Number 503

          Streptanthus heterophyllus Nutt.
          Model Number 467

          Stylophorum diphyllum (Michx.) Nutt. (Yellow Poppy)
          Model Number 199

          Succisa pratensis Moench (Devil's-bit Scabious)
          Model Number 764

          Syagrus comosa Mart. (Feathery-flowered Coconut)
          Model Number 495

          Tabernaemontana crassa Benth.
          Model Number 375

          Tagetes patula L. (Marigold)
          Model Number 127

          Teucrium canadense L. (American Germander)
          Model Number 339

          Thaspium aureum Nutt. (Golden Meadow-Parsnip)
          Model Number 93

          Theobroma cacao L. (Cacao)
          Model Number 374

          Thermopsis rhombifolia (Nutt.) Richards (Prairie Thermopsis)
          Model Number 437

          Tiarella cordifolia L. (False Mitrewort)
          Model Number 666

          Tibouchina semidecandra (Schrank & Mart.) Cogn.
          Model Number 481

          Tilia tomentosa Moench (Linden)
          Model Number 90

          Tofieldia racemosa (Walt.) BSP (Viscid Tofieldia)
          Model Number 606

          Tradescantia rosea Vent. (Roseate Spiderwort)
          Model Number 648

          Tradescantia virginiana L.
          Model Number 34

          Tribulus terrestris L. var. cistoides (Linn.) Oliv.
          Model Number 384

          Tricyrtis macropoda Miq. (Speckled Toadlily)
          Model Number 78

          Trientalis europaea L. var. latifolia (Hook.) Torr. (Wetern Star Flower)
          Model Number 460

          Tropaeolum minus L. (Nasturtium)
          Model Number 262

          Tropaeolum tricolor Lindl. (Nasturtium)
          Model Number 213

          Uniola latifolia Michx. (Broad-leaved Spike-grass)
          Model Number 331

          Vaccinium corymbosum L. (High or Swamp Blueberry)
          Model Number 578

          Verbena rigida Spreng. (Verbena)
          Model Number 298

          Vernonia noveboracensis Willd. (Iron-weed)
          Model Number 373

          Viola cucullata Ait. (Common Blue Violet)
          Model Number 200

          Viola odorata L. (Sweet Garden Violet)
          Model Number 752

          Viola pedata L. var. lineariloba DC. (Bird-foot Violet)
          Model Number 667

          Viola sarmentosa Dougl. (Wood Violet)
          Model Number 398

          Vriesia splendens (Brongn.) Lem.
          Model Number 230

          Waldsteinia fragarioides (Michx.) Tratt. (Barren Strawberry)
          Model Number 574

          Xanthium spinosum L. (Spiny or Thorny Clotbur)
          Model Number 275

          Yucca filamentosa L. (Bear Grass)
          Model Number 748

          Zanthorhiza apiifolia L'Her. (Shrub Yellow-root)
          Model Number 197

          Zauschneria californica Presl. (California Fuchsia)
          Model Number 347

          Zenobia pulverulenta (Bartr.) Pollard var. nuda (Vent.) Rehd.
          Model Number 589

          Zinnia elegans Jacq. (Youth-and-Old-Age)
          Model Number 62

          Zygadenus glaberrimus Michx. (Large-flowered Zygadenus)
          Model Number187

          Transparencies

          Stereoscopic Slides of models organized by specimen name
           
          Aconitum columbianum Nutt. (Monkshood) (Cashew)
          Model Number 553

          Aconitum columbianum Nutt. (Monkshood)
          Model Number 553

          Actaea alba L. Mill. (White Baneberry)
          Model Number 252

          Actinia scaposa (DC.) O. Ktze.
          Model Number 536

          Aesculus parviflora Walt. (Bottlebrush Buckeye)
          Model Number 115

          Allamanda catharica L. var. schottii (Pohl) Bailey & Raffill
          Model Number 377

          Allium scaposum Benth.
          Model Number 308

          Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt. (Northwestern June-berry)
          Model Number 499

          Amorpha fruticosa L. (False Indigo)
          Model Number 363

          Amsinckia intermedia Fisch & Mey. (Buckthorn Weed)
          Model Number 514

          Anagallis arvensis L. (Scarlet Pimpernel)
          Model Number 105

          Ananas comosus (Stickm.) Merr. (Pineapple)
          Model Number 229

          Anaphalis margaritacea L. Benth. & Hook. f. (Pearly Everlasting)
          Model Number 584

          Anemone nemorosa L. (Wind-Flower)
          Model Number 192

          Anemone patens L. var. Wolfgangiana (Bess.) Koch (Pasque-flower)
          Model Number 563

          Anemone virginiana L. (Tall Anemone)
          Model Number 370

          Anemonella thalictroides L. Spach (Rue-Anemony)
          Model Number 194

          Ansonia tabernaemontana Walt.
          Model Number 215

          Anychia canadensis L. BSP. (Forked Chickweed)
          Model Number 735

          Apios americana Medic. (Ground Nut)
          Model Number 525

          Aquilegia canadensis (Wild Columbine)
          Model Number 315

          Arcenthobium cyrtopodum Engelm.
          Model Number 658

          Arenaria groenlandica (Mountain Sandwort)
          Model Number 612

          Arisaema triphyllum (Jack-in-the-Pulpit)
          Model Number 577

          Aristolochia elegans (Calico Flower)
          Model Number 378

          Aristolochia fimbriata
          Model Number 766

          Asarum canadense (Wild Ginger)
          Model Number 214

          Asclepias syriaca L. (Common Milkweed)
          Model Number 770

          Aster macrophyllus L. (Large-leaved Aster)
          Model Number 357

          Aster novae-angliae L. var roseus (Desf.) DC. (New England Aster)
          Model Number 360

          Aster umbellatus Mill.
          Model Number 358

          Aster undulatus L. (Wavy-leaved Aster)
          Model Number 359

          Astragalus canadensis L. (Milk-Vetch)
          Model Number 264

          Astragalus drummondii Dougl. (Drummond's Milk Vetch)
          Model Number 539

          Audibertia stachyoides Benth. (Black Sage)
          Model Number 634

          Baeria chrystoma Fisch. & Mey. (Gold Fields)
          Model Number 531

          Baileya pauciradiata Harv. & Gray
          Model Number 456

          Baptisia australis L. R. Br. (Blue False Indigo)
          Model Number 59

          Bauhinia divaricata L. (Mountain Ebony)
          Model Number 382

          Begonia boliviensis A. DC.
          Model Number 268

          Begonia gracilis HBK.
          Model Number 267

          Boltonia asteroides L. L'Her.
          Model Number 356

          Bougainvillaea spectabilis Willd.
          Model Number 445

          Boykinia aconitifolia Nutt. (Aconite Saxifrage)
          Model Number 146

          Brasenia schreberi J.F. Gmel (Water-shield)
          Model Number 713

          Brittonastrum mexicanum (Kunth) Briquet
          Model Number 299

          Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.) Kurz
          Model Number 388

          Bursera simaruba L. Sarg. (West Indian Birch)
          Model Number 427

          Buxus sempervirens L. (Boxwood)
          Model 737

          Cabomba caroliniana A. Gray (Carolina Water-shield)
          Model Number 665

          Caiophora lateritia (Hook.) Klotzsch (Red Loasa)
          Model Number 51

          Cajanus cajan L. Druce (Pigeon Pea)
          Model Number 482

          Calotropis procera (Ait.) Bryand. in Ait. Model Number 548

          Caltha palustris L. (Marsh Marigold)
          Model Number 475

          Calyptrogyne ghiesbreghtiana (Lindl. & H. Wendl.) H Wendl.
          Model Number 243

          Camellia sinensis L. O. Kuntze (Tea-plant)
          Model Number 615

          Campanula rotundifolia L. (Harebell)
          Model Number 166

          Canna variabilis Willd.
          Model Number 334

          Capsicum frutescens L. (Spur Pepper)
          Model Number 448

          Carex lupulina Muhl. (Hop Sedge)
          Model Number 603

          Carex verrucosa Muhl. (Warty Sedge)
          Model Number 604

          Cassia glandulosa L. var. ramosa Griseb.
          Model Number 625

          Catasetum trulla Lindl.
          Model Number 750

          Ceanothus americanus L. (New Jersey Tea)
          Model Number 149

          Cedrela odorata L. (West Indian Cedar)
          Model Number 469

          Centaurea americana Nutt. (American Star Thistle)
          Model Number 163

          Centaureum venustum (A. Gray) B.L. Robins. (Centaury)
          Model Number 401

          Cercis canadensis L. (Redbud)
          Model Number 204

          Cereus aethiops Haw.
          Model Number 100

          Certaophyllum demersum L. (Hornwort)
          Model Number 738

          Cestrum aurantiacum Lindl.
          Model Number 177

          Cestrum elegans (Brongn.) Schlecht.
          Model Number 217

          Cestrum nocturnum L.
          Model Number 560

          Chaenactis glabruscula DC. var tenuifolia (Nutt.) Hall
          Model Number 518

          Chaenactis stevioides Hook. & Arn.
          Model Number 517

          Chamaedaphne calyculata L. Moench (Leather-leaf)
          Model Number 206

          Chamaedorea elegans Mart.
          Model Number 242

          Chimaphila umbellata L. Nutt. (Pipsissewa)
          Model Number 629

          Chionanthus virginica L. (Fringe-tree)
          Model Number 22

          Choisya ternata HBK. (Mexican Orange)
          Model Number 409

          Chorizanthe fimbriata Nutt.
          Model Number 549

          Chrysobalanus icaco L. (Cocoa Plum)
          Model Number 489

          Chrysophyllum cainito L. (Star-Apple)
          Model Number 443

          Chrysosplenium tetandrum Fries (Golden Saxifrage)
          Model Number 205

          Cichorium intybus L. (Wild Succory)
          Model Number 130

          Cimicifuga racemosa L. Nutt. (Black Snakeroot)
          Model Number 48

          Cinnamomum camphora L. Nees & Eherm. (Camphor Tree)
          Model Number 447

          Cinnamomum zeylanicum Nees (Cinnamon Tree)
          Model Number 552

          Citrus sinensis L. (Orange)
          Model Number 486

          Clarkia elegans Dougl.
          Model Number 36

          Clarkia pulchella Pursh
          Model Number 271

          Clethra alnifolia L. (Sweet Pepperbush)
          Model Number 167

          Clidemia rubra (Aubl.) Mart.
          Model Number 102

          Codiaeum variegatum L. Bl.
          Model Number 542

          Cola acuminata (Beauv.) Schott & Endl. (Cola Nut)
          Model Number 439

          Collomia biflora (R. & P.) Brand
          Model Number 287

          Commelina erecta L. (Slender Day-flower)
          Model Number 74

          Convolvulus occidentalis A. Gray (Western Bindweed)
          Model Number 505

          Convolvulus sepium L. (Rutland Beuty)
          Model Number 342

          Cordia sebestena L. (Geiger-Tree)
          Model Number 557

          Coreopsis major Walt. (Wood Tickseed)
          Model Number 278

          Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt. (Garden Tickseed)
          Model Number 125

          Cornus canadensis L. (Dwarf Cornel)
          Model Number 696

          Cosmos bipinnatus Cav. (Cosmos)
          Model Number 161

          Cotyledon lanceolata (Nutt.) Benth. & Hook. f. apud Brewer & Wats.
          Model Number 537

          Cotyledon orbiculata L.
          Model Number 95

          Cotyledon secunda (Booth) Baker
          Model Number 96

          Croton californicus Muell. -Arg.
          Model Number 543

          Cuphea bustamanta Lex.
          Model Number 42

          Cuphea lanceolata Dryand.
          Model Number 270

          Cyphomandra fragrans (Hook.) Sendtn.
          Model Number 498

          Cypripedium calceolus . var pubescens (Willd.) Correll (Yellow Lady's Slipper)
          Model Number 223

          Cytisus scoparius L. (Scotch Broom)
          Model Number 762

          Dalechampia spathulata (Scheidw.) Baill.
          Model Number 221

          Dalibarda repens L. (Dalibarda)
          Model Number 614

          Darlingtonia californica Torr. (Calf's Head)
          Model Number 444

          Desmodium canadense L. DC. (Canadian Tick-Trefoil)
          Model Number 103

          Diapensia lapponica L. (Diapensia)
          Model Number 590

          Dichorisandra aubletiana Schult. f.
          Model Number 305

          Dionaea muscipula Ellis (Venus's Fly-trap)
          Model Number 151

          Dirca palustris L. (Leatherwood)
          Model Number 508

          Dithyrea weslizenii Engelm.
          Model Number 468

          Dodecatheon jeffreyi van Houtte
          Model Number 210

          Dodecatheon meadia L. (Shooting Star)
          Model Number 211

          Downingia pulchella (Lindl.) Torr.
          Model Number 165

          Drosera filiformis Raf. (Thread-leaved Sundew)
          Model Number 610

          Drosera rotundifolia L. (Round-leaved Sundew)
          Model Number 431

          Dulichium arundinaceum L. Britton (Dulichium)
          Model Number 605

          Duranta repens L. (Pigeon-Berry)
          Model Number 547

          Eichhornia azurea (Sw.) Kunth (Sawpetal Water-hyacinth)
          Model Number 32

          Elaeagnus argentea Pursh (Silverberry)
          Model Number 600

          Empetrum nigrum L. (Black Crowberry)
          Model Number 649

          Encelia californica Nutt.
          Model Number 532

          Encelia eriocephala A. Gray
          Model Number 533

          Encelia farinosa A. Gray
          Model Number 535

          Epigaea repens L. (Ground Laurel)
          Model Number 208

          Erigeron glandulosus Porter
          Model Number 458

          Erigeron ramosus (Walt.) BSP. (Daisy Fleabane)
          Model Number 515

          Erigeron speciosus DC.
          Model Number 64

          Eriocaulon articulatum (Huds.) Morong (Seven-angled Pipewort)
          Model Number 662

          Eriogonum fasciculatum Benth.
          Model Number 580

          Eriophyllum confertiflorum (DC.) A. Gray
          Model Number 459

          Erysimum asperum DC. (Western Wall-flower)
          Model Number 254

          Eschscholtzia californica Cham. (California Poppy)
          Model Number 47

          Eugenia brasiliensis Lam. (Grumixameira)>br> Model Number 461

          Eupatorium atrorubens (Lem.) Nicholson
          Model Number 20

          Euphorbia corollata L. (Flowering Spurge)
          Model Number 302

          Euphorbia montana Engelm. (Rocky Mountain Spurge)
          Model Number 513

          Evonymus atropurpureus Jacq. (Burning Bush)
          Model Number 740

          Filipendula rubra (Hill) Robins. (Queen of the Prairie)
          Model Number 150

          Fothergilla gardeni Murr.
          Model Number 701

          Francoa sonchifolia Cav.
          Model Number 148

          Fremontia californica Torr. (Flannel Bush)
          Model Number 616

          Gaillardia aristata Pursh (Great-flowered Gaillardia)
          Model Number 129

          Gaultheria procumbens L. (Teaberry)
          Model Number 365

          Gaura biennis L. (Biennial Gaura)
          Model Number 101

          Genista tinctoria L. (Dyeweed)
          Model Number 763

          Gentiana andrewsii Griseb. (Closed Gentian)
          Model Number 282

          Geranium pratense L. (Meadow Cranesbill)
          Model Number 353

          Gilia aggregata (Pursh) Spreng. (Ipomopsis)
          Model Number 286

          Gilia californica (Hook. & Arn.) Benth.
          Model Number 520

          Gillenia trifoliata L. Moench (Indian Physic)
          Model Number 46

          Godetia amoena (Lehm.) Lilja (Farewell-to-Spring)
          Model Number 37

          Gonolobus carolinensis (Jacq.) Schult.
          Model Number 530

          Guaiacum officinale L. (Lignum-vitae)
          Model Number 575

          Gynandropsis speciosa (HBK.) DC.
          Model Number 303

          Haematoxylum campechianum L. (Logwood Tree)
          Model Number 480

          Halesia carolina L. (Snowdrop Tree)
          Model Number 41

          Hamamelis virginiana L. (Witch Hazel)
          Model Number 269

          Helenium aromaticum (Hook.) Bailey (Cehpalophora)
          Model Number 279

          Helenium autumnale L. (False or Swamp Flower)
          Model Number 126

          Heliopsis helianthoides L. Sweet (Ox-eye)
          Model Number 355

          Helonias bullata L. (Swamp Pink)
          Model Number 240

          Hemizonia tenella (Nutt.) A. Gray
          Model Number 516

          Hepatica triloba Chaix (Noble Liverwort)
          Model Number 193

          Hibiscus clypeatus L. (Ketma)
          Model Number 366

          Hibiscus moscheutos L. (Swamp Rose-Mallow)
          Model Number 367

          Hoffmanseggia densiflora Benth. (Sickle-fruited Hoffmanseggia)
          Model Number 433

          Hordeum jubatum L. (Squirrel-tail Grass)
          Model Number 309

          Hosackia glabra (Vogel) Torr.
          Model Number 706

          Hosackia oblongifolia Benth.
          Model Number 707

          Hunnemannia fumariaefolia Sweet (Mexican Tulip Poppy)
          Model Number 364

          Hydrangea radiata Walt. (Downy Hydrangea)
          Model Number 145

          Hydrastis canadensis L. (Orange-root)
          Model Number 196

          Hydrocotyle americana L. (Water pennywort)
          Model Number 597

          Hydrophyllum canadense L. (Broad-leaved Waterleaf)
          Model Number 108

          Hypericum ascyron L. (Great St. John's-wort)
          Model Number 676

          Hypericum prolificum L. (Shrubby St. John's-wort)
          Model Number 137

          Ilex opaca Ait. (American Holly)
          Model Number 619

          Ilex verticillata L. A. Gray (Black Alder)
          Model Number 620

          Ipomoea hederacea L. Jacq. (Ivy-leaved Morning Glory)
          Model Number 173

          Iris versicolor L. (Blue Flag)
          Model Number 609

          Isomeris arborea Nutt.
          Model Number 402

          Itea virginica L. (Virginia Willow)
          Model Number 147

          Jatropha divaricata Sw.
          Model Number 492

          Jatropha stimulosa Michx. (Tread-softly)
          Model Number 671

          Kalmia angustifolia L. (Sheep Laurel)
          Model Number 39

          Krameria canescens A. Gray
          Model Number 583

          Krigia virginica (L.) Willd. (Cynthia)
          Model Number 702

          Lactuca macrophylla (Willd.) A. Gray (Blue Lettuce)
          Model Number 63

          Larrea mexicana Moric. (Gobernadora)
          Model Number 528

          Lathyrus magellanicus Lam. (Lord Anson's Blue Pea)
          Model Number 144

          Lathyrus polymorphus Nutt.
          Model Number 595

          Layia platyglossa (Fisch. & Mey.) A. Gray (Tidy Tips)
          Model Number 276

          Ledum groenlandicum Oeder (Labrador Tea)
          Model Number 587

          Leersia oryzoides L. Sw. (Rice Cut-grass)
          Model Number 194

          Leiophyllum buxifolium (Berg.) Ell. (Sand Myrtle)
          Model Number 207

          Lemna minor L. (Lesser Duckweed)
          Model Number 684

          Leucocrinum montanum Nutt. (Sagelily)
          Model Number 453

          Liatris spicata L. Willd. (Dense Button Snakeroot)
          Model Number 131

          Limnanthes douglasii R. Br. (Meadow Foam)
          Model Number 152

          Limonium trichogonum Blake (Sea Lavendar)
          Model Number 631

          Lindheimera texana Gray & Engelm.
          Model Number 277

          Liriodendron tulipifera L. (Tulip-tree)
          Model Number 132

          Loasa tricolor Lindl.
          Model Number 351

          Loasa vulcanica Andre
          Model Number 352

          Lobelia laxiflora HBK.
          Model Number 350

          Lobelia siphilitica L. (Great Lobelia)
          Model Number 122

          Lopezia coronata Andr. (Lopezia)
          Model Number 743

          Lopezia mexicana Jacq.
          Model Number 35

          Lupinus densiflorus Benth.
          Model Number 142

          Lupinus mutabilis Sweet
          Model Number 141

          Lupinus nanus Dougl. (Common Dwarf Lupine)
          Model Number 143

          Luzula vernalis DC. (Common Wood-rush)
          Model Number 241

          Lychnis alba (Evening Lychnis)
          Model Number 135

          Lycium halimifolium Milt. (Matrimony Vine)
          Model Number 343

          Magnolia acuminata L. (Cucumber-tree)
          Model Number 49

          Magnolia tripetala L. (Umbrella Tree)
          Model Number 50

          Mahonia aquifolium (Pursh) Nutt.
          Model Number 198

          Malacothrix californica DC. var. galbrata A. Gray ex. DC.
          Model Number 623

          Meconella lineare (Benth.) A. Nels. & Macbr.
          Model Number 455

          Melia azedarach L. (Pride of India)
          Model Number 490

          Melica striata (Michx.) Hitchc. (Purple Oat)
          Model Number 773

          Menispermum canadense L. (Canada Moonseed)
          Model Number 626

          Mentzelia lindleyi Torr. & Gray (Buena Mujer)
          Model Number 156

          Mentzelia tricuspis A. Gray
          Model Number 470

          Menyanthes trifoliata L. (Buckbean)
          Model Number 754

          Mertensia virginica (L. Link. (Virginia Cowslip)
          Model Number 216

          Mesembryanthemum aequilaterale Haw. (Ice-plant)
          Model Number 400

          Mimosa pudica L. (Sensitive-plant)
          Model Number 310

          Mirabilis jalapa L. (Four o'clock)
          Model Number 182

          Monarda bradburiana Beck.
          Model Number 540

          Monarda fistulosa L. (Wild Bergamot)
          Model Number 116

          Monotropa hypopitys L. (Pine Sap)
          Model Number 670

          Monotropa uniflora L. (Indian Pipe)
          Model Number 669

          Moringa oleifera Lam. (Horse-radish Tree)
          Model Number 568

          Mucuna gigantea (Willd.) DC. (Black Bean)
          Model Number 265

          Musa paradisiaca L. subsp. sapientum (Linn.) Ktze. (Banana)
          Model Number 693

          Myristica fragrans Houtt. (Nutmeg)
          Model Number 380

          Nama demissum A. Gray
          Model Number 407

          Nemophila insignis Dougl. (Baby Blue-eyes)
          Model Number 26

          Nicotiana acutiflora A. St. Hill.
          Model Number 296

          Nicotiana glauca R. Grah. (Tree Tobacco)
          Model Number 476

          Nicotiana rustica L. (Wild Tobacco)
          Model Number 111

          Nierembergia gracilis Hook.
          Model Number 289

          Nigella damascena L. (Love-in-a-mist)
          Model Number 368

          Nopalea coccinellifera L. Salm-Dyck. (Cochineal Plant)
          Model Number 389

          Noplaxochia phyllanthoides (DC.) Britton & Rose
          Model Number 319

          Ochna multiflora DC
          Model Number 783

          Odontoglossum grande Lindley (Baby Orchid)
          Model Number 749

          Oenothera acaulis Cav. (Red-flowered Primrose)
          Model Number 154

          Oenothera glauca Michx. var. Fraseri (Pursh) Torr. & Gray
          Model Number 155

          Oenothera parviflora L.
          Model Number 38

          Opuntia phaeacantha Engelm. (Comanche Cactus)
          Model Number 99

          Oryza sativa L. (Rice)
          Model Number 593

          Oxybaphus chilensis (Desf.) Steud. Model Number 300

          Oxytropis lambertii Pursh (Stemless Loco-weed)
          Model Number 438

          Panicum boreale Nash (Northern Panicum)
          Model Number 784

          Panicum xanthophysum A. Gray (Slender Panicum)
          Model Number 774

          Parnassia palustris L. (Northern Grass-of-Parnassus)
          Model Number 432

          Parthenocissus quinquefolia L. Planch. (Virginia Creeper)
          Model Number 92

          Passiflora caerulea L. (Blue crown Passion-flower)
          Model Number 58

          Passiflora caerulea L. (Common Passion-flower)
          Model Number 775

          Passiflora laurifolia L. (Jamaica Honeysuckle) Model Number 390

          Passiflora murucuja L.
          Model Number 391

          Passiflora racemosa Brot. (Princess Charlotte's Passion-flower)
          Model Number 57

          Perezia nana A. Gray
          Model Number 487

          Phacelia fimbriata Michx. (Water-leaf)
          Model Number 284

          Phacelia minor (Harv.) Thell. var. Whitlavia (A. Gray) Macbr. (Whitlavia)
          Model Number 283

          Phacelia viscida (Benth.) Torr.
          Model Number 171

          Phaseolus multiflorus Willd. (Scarlet Runner)
          Model Number 767

          Phleum pratense L. (Timothy)
          Model Number 782

          Phyllodoce coerulea L. Bab. (Mountain Heath)
          Model Number 628

          Physalis lanceolata Michx. (Prairie Ground-cherry)
          Model Number 434

          Physostegia virginiana L. Benth. (False Dragon-head)
          Model Number 119

          Pickeringia montana Nutt. (Pea Chaparral)
          Model Number 506

          Pithecellobium saman (Jacq.) Benth. (Rain Tree)
          Model Number 442

          Platystemon californicus Benth. (Cream-cups)
          Model Number 454

          Plumeria alba L.
          Model Number 376

          Podophyllum peltatum L. (Mandrake)
          Model Number 316

          Portlandia grandiflora L.
          Model Number 565

          Potentilla fruticosa L. (Shrubby Cinquefoil)
          Model Number 266

          Prosopis chilensis (Molina) Stuntz var. velutina (Wooton) Standl. (Honey Mesquit)
          Model Number 596

          Prunus ilicifolia (M. Roem.) Walp. (Cherry)
          Model Number 558

          Prunus pumila L. (Sand Cherry)
          Model Number 203

          Prunus serotina Ehrh. (Wild Black Cherry)
          Model Number 43

          Psathyrotes annua (Nutt.) A.Gray
          Model Number 510

          Psidium cattleianum Sabine (Strawberry Guava)
          Model Number 403

          Psoralea lupinellus Michx.
          Model Number 659

          Punica granatum L. (Pomegranate)
          Model Number 491

          Pycnanthemum virginianum L. Durand & Jackson (Virginia Mountain Mint)
          Model Number 340

          Pyrola elliptica Nutt. (Shin-leaf)
          Model Number 618

          Quamoclit coccinea L. Moench. (Scarlet Ipomoea)
          Model Number 172

          Quassia amara L. (Quassia)
          Model Number 440

          Ranunculus acris L. (Tall Buttercup)
          Model Number 87

          Ranunculus ficaria L. (Lesser Celandine)
          Model Number 195

          Rhododendron arborescens (Pursh) Torr. (Smooth Azalea)
          Model Number 699

          Rhododendron canadense L. BSP (Rhodora)
          Model Number 209

          Rhododendron nudiflorum L. Torr. (Purple Azalea)
          Model Number 40

          Rhododendron praecox Carr.
          Model Number 317

          Rhododendron vaseyi A. G (Pink-shell Azalea)
          Model Number 581

          Rhododendron viscosum L. Torr. (White Swamp Honeysuckle)
          Model Number 410

          Rhus glabra L. (Smooth Sumach)
          Model Number 140

          Rhus ovata S.Wats. (Sugar Bush)
          Model Number 627

          Robinia hispida L. (Bristly Locust)
          Model Number 61r

          Robinia pseudo-acacia L. (Common Locust)
          Model Number 60

          Rosa gymnocarpa Nutt.
          Model Number 397

          Rosa woodsii Lindl. (Wood's Rose)
          Model Number 396

          Rubus deliciosus James (Boulder Raspberry)
          Model Number 488

          Rubus odoratus L. (Purple-flowering Raspberry)
          Model Number 45

          Rudbeckia hirta L. (Black-eyed Susan)
          Model Number 679

          Sabatia campestris Nutt. (Prairie Sabatia)
          Model Number 169

          Salsola kali L. (Common Saltwort)
          Model Number 650

          Sanguinaria canadensis L. (Bloodroot)
          Model Number 474

          Saponaria officinalis L. (Soapwort)
          Model Number 134

          Sarracenia flava L. (Trumpets)
          Model Number 579

          Sarracenia purpurea L. (Pitcher-plant)
          Model Number 253

          Schizanthus pinnatus Ruiz & Pav. (Butterfly Flower)
          Model Number 174

          Scutellaria brittonii Porter
          Model Number 636

          Scutellaria canescens Nutt. (Downy Skullcap)
          Model Number 341

          Sedum pulchellum Michx. (Widow's Cross)
          Model Number 322

          Sedum stoloniferum S.T. Gmel. (Stonecrop)
          Model Number 94

          Setaria lutescens (Weigel) Hubb. (Yellow Foxtail)
          Model Number 772

          Shortia galacifolia Torr. & Gray (Oconee-bells)
          Model Number 700

          Sida acuta Burm.
          Model Number 483

          Sida hermaphrodita L. Rusby (Virginia Mallow)
          Model Number 91

          Sidalcea malvaeflora (DC) A. Gray (Checker-bloom)
          Model Number 258

          Silene acaulis L. (Moss Campion)
          Model Number 663

          Silphium perfoliatum L. (Cup Plant)
          Model Number 128

          Solanum heterodoxum Dunal (Melon-leaved Nightshade)
          Model Number 344

          Solanum tuberosum L. (Potato)
          Model Number 109

          Specularia perfoliata A. DC. (Venus' Looking-glass)
          Model Number 430

          Sphaeralcea cisplatina A. St. Hil. (Red Mallow)
          Model Number 257

          Sphaeralcea rivularis (Dougl.) Torr.
          Model Number 138

          Spigelia marilandica L. (Pink-root)
          Model Number 168

          Stachys bullata Benth.
          Model Number 564

          Staphylea trifolia L. (American Bladder-nut)
          Model Number 714

          Steironema ciliatum L. Raf. (Fringed Loostrife)
          Model Number 106

          Stephanomeria exinga Nutt. var. pentachaeta (D.C. Eaton) Hall
          Model Number 457

          Stigmaphyllon ciliatum A.Juss. (Golden Vine)
          Model Number 503

          Streptanthus heterophyllus Nutt.
          Model Number 467

          Stylophorum diphyllum (Michx.) Nutt. (Yellow Poppy)
          Model Number 199

          Succisa pratensis Moench (Devil's-bit Scabious)
          Model Number 764

          Syagrus comosa Mart. (Feathery-flowered Coconut)
          Model Number 495

          Tabernaemontana crassa Benth.
          Model Number 375

          Tagetes patula L. (Marigold)
          Model Number 127

          Teucrium canadense L. (American Germander)
          Model Number 339

          Thaspium aureum Nutt. (Golden Meadow-Parsnip)
          Model Number 93

          Theobroma cacao L. (Cacao)
          Model Number 374

          Thermopsis rhombifolia (Nutt.) Richards (Prairie Thermopsis)
          Model Number 437

          Tiarella cordifolia L. (False Mitrewort)
          Model Number 666

          Tibouchina semidecandra (Schrank & Mart.) Cogn.
          Model Number 481

          Tilia tomentosa Moench (Linden)
          Model Number 90

          Tofieldia racemosa (Walt.) BSP (Viscid Tofieldia)
          Model Number 606

          Tradescantia rosea Vent. (Roseate Spiderwort)
          Model Number 648

          Tradescantia virginiana L.
          Model Number 34

          Tribulus terrestris L. var. cistoides (Linn.) Oliv.
          Model Number 384

          Tricyrtis macropoda Miq. (Speckled Toadlily)
          Model Number 78

          Trientalis europaea L. var. latifolia (Hook.) Torr. (Wetern Star Flower)
          Model Number 460

          Tropaeolum minus L. (Nasturtium)
          Model Number 262

          Tropaeolum tricolor Lindl. (Nasturtium)
          Model Number 213

          Uniola latifolia Michx. (Broad-leaved Spike-grass)
          Model Number 331

          Vaccinium corymbosum L. (High or Swamp Blueberry)
          Model Number 578

          Verbena rigida Spreng. (Verbena)
          Model Number 298

          Vernonia noveboracensis Willd. (Iron-weed)
          Model Number 373

          Viola cucullata Ait. (Common Blue Violet)
          Model Number 200

          Viola odorata L. (Sweet Garden Violet)
          Model Number 752

          Viola pedata L. var. lineariloba DC. (Bird-foot Violet)
          Model Number 667

          Viola sarmentosa Dougl. (Wood Violet)
          Model Number 398

          Vriesia splendens (Brongn.) Lem.
          Model Number 230

          Waldsteinia fragarioides (Michx.) Tratt. (Barren Strawberry)
          Model Number 574

          Xanthium spinosum L. (Spiny or Thorny Clotbur)
          Model Number 275

          Yucca filamentosa L. (Bear Grass)
          Model Number 748

          Zanthorhiza apiifolia L'Her. (Shrub Yellow-root)
          Model Number 197

          Zauschneria californica Presl. (California Fuchsia)
          Model Number 347

          Zenobia pulverulenta (Bartr.) Pollard var. nuda (Vent.) Rehd.
          Model Number 589

          Zinnia elegans Jacq. (Youth-and-Old-Age)
          Model Number 62

          Zygadenus glaberrimus Michx. (Large-flowered Zygadenus)
          Model Number187

          Hillel Burger Photos

          Hillel Burger Photographs of models organized by specimen name
           
          Aconitum columbianum Nutt. (Monkshood)
          Model Number 553

          Allamanda catharica L., var. schottii (Pohl) Bailey & Raffill
          Model Number 377

          Ananas comosus (Stickm.) Merr. (Pineapple)
          Model Number 229

          Aster novae-angliae L. var roseus (Desf.) DC. (New England Aster)
          Model Number 360

          Bougainvillaea spectabilis Willd.
          Model Number 445

          Bouvardia ternifolia (Cav.) Schlecht.
          Model Number 123

          Brownea rosa-de-monte Berg. (Scarlet-flowered Brownea)
          Model Number 576

          Calochortus flavus Schult.f
          Model Number 188

          Calotropis procera (Ait.) Bryand. in Ait.
          Model Number 548

          Camellia sinensis L. O. Kuntze (Tea-plant)
          Model Number 615

          Campanula rotundifolia L. (Harebell)
          Model Number 166

          Campsis radicans L. (Trumpet Creeper)
          Model Number 114

          Carica papaya L. (Papaya)
          Model Number 559

          Catalpa bignonioides Walt. (Catalpa)
          Model Number 21

          Houstonia caerulea L. (Bluets)
          Model Number 521

          Pyrus Malus (Apple)

          Quercus alba L.
          Model Number 692

          Hillel Burger Negatives

          Series VI. Other Blaschka Models

          Sub-Series I. Marine Invertebrates

          This collection returned to the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Blaschka Glass Invertebrate Collection.

           

           

          Sub-Series II. Outside Harvard

          Series VII. Harvard University Botanical Museum

          Sub-Series I. Staffing

          [Some files closed]

          Staff Folders

          Research Appointments

          Oversized: [Basseches, Joshua], Chart of HMNH organizational structure 12/8/98 [file closed]

          Louis C. Bierweiler Papers

          • Correspondence with Mrs. Blaschka
          • Correspondence with Rudolph Blaschka
          • Correspondence with Miss Ware
          • Miscellaneaous Correspondence
            • 1925-1933
            • 1934-1938
            • 1940-1946
            • 1947-1948
            • 1950-1958
          • Postcards
            • 1940's (two envelopes)
            • 1950's (two envelopes)
            • Dates unknown (two envelopes)
          • "Louis C. Bierweiler - An Appreciation" (one folder containing three copies of memorial service publication)
          • Trip to Europe, 1931
            • Journals (two; smaller one is in envelope)
            • Notes on trip to Europe (one folder)
            • Travel and Hotel receipts (one folder)
            • Ephemera (two folders)
            • Photos and Negatives (one folder containing 15 items)
          • Copy of The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Flower Models by George H. Kent, 1908.
          • In appreciation of 50 years of service to the Botanical Museum. Document in hard cover folder, with Harvard crest and "Louis C. Bierwiler: 1901-1951" on front cover.
          • Louis C. Bierweiler: Testimonial Letters, 1901-1951. Hard cover volume (blank/empty inside) with Harvard crest on cover and title on spine.
          • Notebooks
            • Expenses on home
            • Current bills/Salary account
            • State flowers

           

          Sub-Series II. Renovations and Conservation

          • Climate Control
          • Conservation Lab
          • Conservation Survey
          • Exhibit Cases(Vanderplan)
          • Exhibit Supplies
          • Glass Flower Damages
          • Glass Flower Relocation
          • Glass Flower Renovation
          • Moving Services
          • Floor Plans
          • WSU Report on Glass Flowers (by David Gover)
          • Williams, Nigel (Conservation Consultant from The British Museum)

          Sub-Series III. Correspondence (Individuals)

          • Individuals
          • Re: Dillon Weston's glass models of plant diseases
          • Worshipful Company (U.K.)
          • Glass Blowers
          • General, by dates (bulk of sub-series)

          Sub-Series IV. Correspondence (Museum)

          • Charging Admission
          • Admission Desk
          • Glass Flower Fund 1978
          • Harvard Collections (store)
          • Harvard Museum Council
          • Museum Visitors Survey
          • HUH Executive Committee Meeting, Dec. 1998
          • HUNH
          • MCNH
          • History of Glass Flowers (various summaries)
            • "Harvard's Museum of Glass Flowers"- [W.R. Carpenter]
            • "Harvard's Botanical Museum: A Centre for World-wide Research"- Schultes
            • "The Glass Flowers: Botanical Museum of Harvard University"- Richard B. Talbot
            • Summaries of the Ware Collection and Botanical Museum- William Davis
            • Botanical Museum: Brief Historical Notes (memo to Dean of FAS, c. 1982-83)
          • Oversized: Exhibit Display Cases
          • Oversized: Transfer of Glass Flowers sales desk administration
          • Oversized: MCNH Planning worksheets

          Sub-Series V. Public Relations

          See also Series V, Sub-Series III-Tour Materials

          • Letters to/from school children
          • The Glass Flowers Tea Questionnaire
          • Brochure Distribution
          • Brochure drafts
          • Brochure samples, price quotes
          • Museum info. for distribution to visitors
          • Oversized: Signs for Museum of Natural History

          Sub-Series VI. Professional Development

          • Beadworks
          • G.A.S. (Glass Arts Society)
          • Susan Rossi-Wilcox
          • Carnegie Museum of Natural History
          • Centro de Arte Vitro / Museo del Vidrio
          • Jones Museum
          • Wheaton Village
          • Oversized: G.A.S. Conference, 1996
          • Oversized: Centro de Arte Vitro / Museo del Vidrio catalogs

          Sub-Series VII. Dealings with other Harvard Institutions

          These are closed series. No access is allowed. Please contact the archivist for more information

          Series VIII. Publications re: Blaschkas and Exhibit

          pre-1900

          1878
          Ward, H.A.
          Catalogue of Glass Models of Invertebrate Animals.
          Location: not at Harvard

          1882
          Hofmeister, Gertrude
          "Sammlung der Glasmodelle"
          Berichte des Anselm Desing Vereines
          Location: not at Harvard

          1883
          Troop, J.
          "Botany at Harvard University"
          Botanical Gazette
          Location: Botany Gray Herbarium U.S. B17

          1885
          Weymouth, Damon
          Katalog uber Blaschka's Modelle von wirbellosen Thieren
          Location: Rakow Research Library (Corning Museum)

          1893
          No Author Listed
          "Notes and Novelties"
          Collector
          Location: Harvard, Fine Arts - AM 72.297

          1893
          F.B.W.
          "Flowers that Fade Not"
          Boston Evening Transcript
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1893
          Goodale, George Lincoln
          "Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum"
          Harvard Graduates' Magazine
          Location: Harvard, Widener Library - EducU 4810.1443.6

          1893
          Goodale, George Lincoln
          "The Blaschka Glass Flower Collection"
          Harvard Graduates' Magazine
          Location: Harvard, Widener Library - EducU 4810.1443.6

          1894
          Deane, Walter
          "The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Flowers at Harvard"
          Botanical Gazette
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1894
          No Author Listed
          Glass Flowers, China, Glass and Lamps
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1894
          Fluckiger, Von F.A.
          "Die Glasmodelle im Botanischen Museum der Harvard University" Pharmaceutische Rundschau
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1895
          Cary, Emma
          "A Garden of Glass"
          Young Catholic
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1895
          Ritchie, John Jr.
          "The Ware Memorial"
          Boston Commonwealth
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

          1895
          Goodale, George Lincoln
          "The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants and Flowers in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University"
          American Journal of Science
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1896
          No Author Listed
          "Wissenschaft und Technit"
          Siebente Beilage zum Dresdner Anzinger
          Location: Series III: Newspaper Box

          1896-1897
          No Author Listed
          "Die Blaschka- Glasphlanzen-Kollektion der Harvard-Universitat"
          Universum: Illustrierte Familien Zeitchriff
          Location: Publications, box 1
          photograph of Carludovica plumeri

          1897
          Hale, Marcia E.
          "The Blaschka Flower Models of the Harvard Museum"
          Popular Science
          Location: Harvard, Widener - Sci 120.50

          1895
          Wiley, Franklin Baldwin
          Flowers That Never Fade. An Account of the Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models in the Harvard University Museum
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

          1897
          Ritchie, John Jr.
          "The Ware Memorial"
          Boston Commonwealth
          Location: Widener - Depository KC 18737

          1898
          No Author Listed
          "Minor Notices"
          Botanical Gazette
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1

          1901-1919

          1901
          No Author Listed
          "The Blaschka Glass Models in the Harvard University Museum"
          Harvard Summer School Bulletin
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1901
          No Author Listed
          "The Blaschka Glass Models in the Harvard University Museum"
          Harvard Summer School Bulletin
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1904
          Van Marter Beede, Vincent
          "Miracles in Glass"
          House Beautiful
          Locations: Publications, Oversized box 1

          1905
          No Author Listed
          "Recent Museum Reports"
          Science
          Locations: MCZ - SCI 6716a

          1905
          No Author Listed
          "Glass Flowers at Harvard"
          Boston Sunday Globe
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          photograph of outside of museum and glass flower collections

          1908
          Kent, George H.
          "The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Flower"
          Models : A Short Description of Their Makers and Their Making
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1908
          No Author Listed
          "Odd Uses of Glass"
          The Ornamental Glass Bulletin
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1911
          No Author Listed
          The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1911
          No Author Listed
          "Marriage Announcement"
          Siebente Beilage zum Dresdner Anzinger
          Locations: Series III: Newspaper Box

          1915
          No Author Listed
          The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1915
          Mueller, Herman O.
          "Animals of Blown Glass"
          The American Museum Journal
          Locations: MCZ - AME 0608

          1916
          No Author Listed
          The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1920-1929

          1922
          No Author Listed
          "More "Glass Flowers" At Harvard"
          Science
          Locations: MCZ - SCI 6716a

          1922
          No Author Listed
          "Glass Grasses Now for the Harvard Museum"
          Boston Evening Transcript
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1924
          Wisehard, M.K.
          "That Magic Stuff Called Glass"
          The July American Magazine
          Locations: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of pear, cactus, and mountain laurel

          1925
          No Author Listed
          "Miracles of Glass"
          The Glass Container
          Locations: MCZ - SCI 6716a
          Photographs of mountain laurel, water lily, rose apple, sensitive plant, passion flower, and Malaya pitcher plant

          1928
          Gager, C. Stuart
          "Wellesley College and the Development of Botanical Education in America"
          Science
          Locations: MCZ - SCI 6716a

          1928
          No Author Listed
          "The Ware Collection of Glass Flowers"
          Harvard Alumni Bulletin
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Kalmia latifolia, Rhododendron maximum, Dahlia tenuis, cactaceae, and typical wall display

          1930-1939

          1932
          No Author Listed
          "Harvard Adds Glass Flower Exhibits with New Shipment to Agassiz Museum"
          Christian Science Monitor
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1932
          No Author Listed
          "University Museum to Show New Glass Plants"
          Harvard Crimson
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1932
          Grossman, Max
          "The Amazing Human Drama Behind New Glass Flowers at Harvard"
          Boston Post
          Locations: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photograph of Louis C. Bierweiler with a group of glass flowers.

          1934
          No Author Listed
          "University Museum, Harvard University Boston, Massachusetts"
          Boston Chamber of Commerce
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          photograph of mountain laurel

          1934
          Wilkinson, Richard Hill
          "Glass Flowers" [Short Story]
          Boston Herald
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Small cartoon type drawing of Goodale and Blashka with a glass orchid

          1934
          Levitt, W.T.
          "Modern Aladdins"
          Bulletin of the American Ceramic Society
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Nepenthes maxima Reinw. and Lithocirus magnificus

          1935
          Merrill, Elmer D.
          "Botany at Harvard University"
          The Scientific Monthly
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1935
          No Author Listed
          Harvard Summer School News
          Locations: Publications, Oversized box 1

          1936
          No Author Listed
          "Harvard on View"
          Harvard Summer School Bulletin
          Locations: Publications, Oversized box 1

          1936
          Parson, Donald
          Glass Flowers [poem]
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1936
          No Author Listed
          "Harvard's Glassified Garden"
          Christian Science Monitor
          Locations: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Drawing of glass flower bouquet and photograph of Lathyrus splendens and Encelia californica

          1936
          No Author Listed
          "Flowers Lure Writer Here"
          Boston Evening American
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "Scientific Notes and News"
          Science
          Locations: MCZ - SCI 6716a

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "Gachsische Glasblumen in Harvard"
          Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten
          Locations: Series III: Newspaper Box

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "Fund For Flowers Of Glass"
          Boston Herald
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "The Harvard University Collection Of Glass Flowers"
          Science
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1937
          Haven, Charles P.
          "Ware Family, Glass Flower Patrons, Gave President to Harvard"
          Boston Sunday Post
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Mrs. Mary Lee Ware and soapwart, dutchman's pipe, and 2 Nepenthes

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "Secret Art to Die as Man Goes Blind Who Made Harvard Glass Flowers"
          Boston Sunday Herald
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "Designer Ill, Harvard Glass Garden Halted"
          Boston American
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "No More Glass Flowers Made"
          Boston Sunday Post
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "Glass Flowers Attain Final Form as Eyes Fail German Creator Blaschka"
          Harvard Crimson
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1937
          No Author Listed
          "Blaschka's Retirement Marks "Glass Flower" Collection End"
          Christian Science Monitor
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Oakes Ames with Louis C. Bierwieler, Rudolph Blashka, Mary Lee Ware, mountain laurel, and passion flower

          1937
          Yordan, E.L.
          "Harvard's Unique Glass Flowers"
          New York Times Magazine
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of calica flower

          1937
          Roorbach, Anne
          "Harvard's Glass Flowers"
          American German Review
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Passiflora coerulea, Arabicarubiaceae, Opuntia emoryi, Monotropa uniflora

          1938
          No Author Listed
          The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1938
          White, Eliot
          "Prayer for a Master Craftsman"
          Churchman
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1938
          No Author Listed
          "Flowers in Glass Main Spectacle"
          Boston Sunday Post
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Princesses Maxhide, Ruhije, and Myzejen visiting glass flowers

          1938
          No Author Listed
          "Bohemian Maker's Retirement Coompletes Harvard's Glass-Flower Collection"
          Life Magazine
          Locations: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of Leopold & Rudolph Blashka, Louis C. Bierweiler, the glass flower displays, and glass bouquet, Rhododendron maximum, Oxalis valdiviana, Ochna multiflora, and unlabelled grass

          1938
          No Author Listed
          "Flowers in Glass Main Spectacle"
          Boston Post
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1938
          No Author Listed
          "Flowers of Glass"
          The Pioneer
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of unidentified botanical specimens

          1938
          No Author Listed
          "Flowers of Glass"
          The Double Bond
          Locations: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of unidentified botanical specimens

          1938-1939
          Zaunick, R.
          "Verstorbene Mitglieder Isis (Sitzungsberichte)"
          ISIS
          Locations:

          1939
          Peattie, Donald Culross
          Flowering Earth
          Locations: Publications, box 1

          1939
          No Author Listed
          "Rudolf Blashka Death Notice"
          Siebente Beilage zum Dresdner Anzinger
          Locations: Series III: Newspaper Box

          1939
          No Author Listed
          "Recent Deaths and Memorials"
          Science
          Locations: MCZ - SCI 6716a

          1939
          No Author Listed
          "Obituary"
          Newsweek
          Locations: Widener - HP 697.15

          No Author Listed Rarest of Species Time 1939 Publications, box 1 Simms, Marion Harvard's Flowers of Glass Young People's Weekly 1939 Publications, box 1 photograph of specimen No Author Listed Secret of Harvard Glass Flowers Dies with Maker, 82, in Germany Boston Herald 1939 Publications, box 1 photograph of specimen with bee No Author Listed Makers Of Flowers Of Glass Dead Boston Post 1939 Publications, box 1 No Author Listed No More Glass Flowers Boston Herald 1939 Publications, box 1 No Author Listed The Glass Flowers Boston Evening Transcript 1939 Publications, box 1 No Author Listed There Will Be No More Harvard Glass Flowers Boston Sunday Globe 1939 Publications, box 1 No Author Listed Flowers of Glass New York Times 1939 Publications, box 1

          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)

           

          1950-1959

          1950 [June]
          Schweinfurth, Charles
          "Oakes Ames"
          American Orchid Society Bulletin
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1951 [March]
          Schultes, Richard Evans
          "Oakes Ames"
          Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1951 [1 July]
          Frances, Edward
          "Harvard Is Urged to Do Something to Save Remaining Glass Flowers"
          Boston Sunday Globe, Letters to Editor
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1951 [15 July]
          "Glazen Bloeman"
          Toeristen Kampioen
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of botanical specimens.

          1951
          Schultes, Richard Evans
          "Oakes Ames"
          Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1952 [9 February]
          "Gardener in Glass"
          Harvard Alumni Bulletin
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Louis Bierweiler working on glass model of bee and glass model of flowers, Leopold & Rudolph Blashhka (with dog), Blashka's home, bouquet, cactus (Ferocactus wizlizinii), Malayan Pitcher Plant, and Common Passion Flower.

          1952 [30 March]
          "Gardener in Glass"
          Boston Post Magazine
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Louis Bierweiler at his desk and in the display area.

          1952 [April]
          Cozzo, Domingo
          "Las Plantas de Vidrio de la Universidad de Harvard"
          La Chacra
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Centaura cyanus L. and Rhododendron maximun L.

          1952 [December]
          Mollo-Christiansen, Helga
          "Glassblomstene i Harvard Universitetets Botaniske Museum"
          AURD
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs ofthe entrance to the museum, the display area, botanical specimens, and Louis Beirweiler working on a glass model.

          1953 [March]
          Ames, Oakes
          "The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University"
          Bulletin 53 [Garden Club of South Carolina]
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of specimens.

          1953 [15 May]
          "Glass Flowers Harvard Exhibit"
          Textiles Review
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of apricot blooms Rhododendron.

          1953 [27 September]
          Doig, Robert
          "Garden News and Views"
          Ft. Lauderdale Sunday News
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Mountain Laurel, Rhododendron, catus.

          1953
          "Botanical Museum of Harvard University"
          Museum
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of botanical specimen.

          1953 [27 December]
          "New England Neighbors: Gardener in Glass"
          Boston Post Magazine
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photograph of Louis Bierweiler repairing a specimen.

          1954 [12 March]
          Minott, Henry
          "Glass Flowers Still Outdraw Football"
          Boston Daily Globe [Also published in Berkshire Evening Eagle, Greenwich Time, Standard-Times, Patriot Ledger, Daily News, Evening Gazette, Telegram News, American, Chronicle, Citizen, Valley News.]
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1954 [13 March]
          Minott, Henry
          "Harvard's Famed Glass Flowers Lure Throngs"
          Lynn Telegram [Also published in Berkshire Evening Eagle, Standard-Times, Patriot Ledger, News Tribune, Boston Globe, Worcester Gazette, American, Chronicle, Citizen, Valley News.]
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1954 [18 April]
          Sawyer, Whit
          "Harvard's Glass Flowers: They're Always In Bloom"
          Worcester Sunday Telegram
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Louis Bierweiler repairing specimen, botanical specimens, and display room.

          1954 [19 December]
          "Nature und Technik, Pflanzen aus Glas"
          Sonntagsblatt Staats Zeitung Und Herold
          Location: Publications, box
          Photograph of botanical specimen.

          1955 [11 September]
          Driscoll, Edgar J.
          "Every Glass Flower is a Work of Art"
          Boston Globe
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1955
          "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.
          1956 [26 September]
          Walker, Robert Sparks
          "Harvard's Everlasting Glass Flowers"
          Flower and Feather
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1957-1958
          de Huarte, Mrs.
          Another "here's to"... [poem]
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1957 [8 May ]
          "Curator to Quit Glass Horticulture"
          New York Times
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Louis Bierweiler.

          1957 [May]
          "Fifty Six Years of Loving Care"
          Cambridge Chronicle Sun,
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Louis Bierweiler.

          1957 [May]
          Brady, Fred
          "Glass Flowers Curator Retiring "
          Boston Post
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Louis Bierweiler.

          1957 [15 July]
          Cochrane, Elsie H.
          "Glass Flowers Endure"
          Hartford Times
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Louis Bierweiler.

          1957 [September]
          Mason, Estelle
          "Fabulous Glass Flowers"
          Horticulture
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of botanical specimens.

          1957 [September]
          "Harvard"
          Friends [General Motors Publication]
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Louis Bierweiler repairing specimen.

          1957 [23 December]
          Our Favorite City
          Bend Bulletin [OR]
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1957
          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.

          1957 [8 May ]
          "Curator to Quit Glass Horticulture"
          Harvard Alumni Bulletin
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Louis Bierweiler.

          1957 [12 May]
          Moore, J.M.
          "Glass Flowers Curator Retiring"
          Harvard's Famous Glass Flowers Can
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Louis Bierweiler.

          1958 [26 June]
          Rand, Clayton
          "The Glass Flowers"
          Times Picayune
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1958 [21 March]
          "Flowers of Glass"
          NewsTime for Junior American Citizens
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of glass flower nosegay.

          1958 [4 May]
          J.W.
          "Your Trip Today - The Glass Flowers"
          Providence Sunday Journal
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of boquet, passion flower, and columbine and students using exhibits.

          1958 [3 August]
          "Harvard's Glass Flowers are Exceptional Collection"
          Miami Herald
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of botanical specimen.

          1958 [19 September]
          Bourgaize, Jean E
          "Three Dimensional Lesson in Glass"
          Warwick Beacon
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1958 [11 October]
          "The Gutenberg Tradition"
          Harvard Alumni Bulletin
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Howard Allgaier.

          1959 [25 January]
          Paine, Barbara B.
          "Glass Flowers"
          New York Times
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of botanical specimens.

          1959 [25 November]
          Larter, Nancy
          "Keeping an Eye on Nature"
          Gloucester Times
          Location: Publications, box 1

           

          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

           

          1970-1979

          1970 [January]
          "American Association for the Advancement of Science Exhibit"
          Biomedical News
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of Odontoglossum grande (Lindley).

          1970 [February]
          Kaltenbach, Faith
          "The Glass Flowers, A Unique and Beautiful Plant Collection"
          Horticulture
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Louis Bierweiler, and Rudolf Blashka.

          1970
          Davis, William A.
          "Harvard's Glass Flowers- How They Came About"
          Annual Bulletin of the Paperweight Collectors Association
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Leopold Blashka, Rudolf Blashka, Dr. Charles Ware, Elizabeth C. Ware, Louis Bierweiler. Also images of glass nosegay, and 4 unidentified specimens (these include Echinocerus englmanii, Aspergillus herbariorum, Nymphea odorata).

          1970
          Sutton, S. B.
          Charles Sprague Sargent and the Arnold Arboretum
          Location: Botany Arnold - QK31.S15 S9

          1971 [11 July ]
          Sinha, Ajai
          "The Harvard Glass Flowers"
          Illustrated Weekly of India
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of glass pigeon grass, rhododendron, cactus, golden pippin apple, and baby orchid.

          1971 [January]
          de Sabat Pebet, Matilde G.
          "El Museo de las Flores"
          El Dia
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of outside of Botanical Museum and specimens Echinocerus englmanii, Aspergillus herbariorum, Nymphea odorata, Lopezia coronata (with bee), and Camelia sinensis (mounted on herbarium sheet).

          1972 [13 January]
          Blackwell, Anne
          "From the Greenhouse: A Visit to the Glass Flowers"
          Ridgefield Press
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Images of glass chicory and cowslip.

          1972 [February/April]
          Ware, Mary Lee
          "Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka - Glass Gardeners"
          Glass Club Bulletin
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Kalmia latifolia, Oxalis valdiviensis (with bee), Paphiopedilum insigne, Centaurea cyanus (with moth), and Rudolph Blashka (1936).

          1972 [5 April]
          "Booms Break Glass Flowers"
          My Weekly Reader [Children's Newspaper]
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of unnamed specimens.

          1972
          "Harvard Glass Flowers"
          Packaging Progress
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of Lopezia (with wasp), Pigeon Grass, Colombine, Marsh Marigold, Cactus, Common Chicory, Rhododendron, Sundew. Plus many unidentified cover images.

          1972 [9 June]
          "Harvard's Hundred Years of Botany"
          Nature
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Oaxalis valdiviensis with Halictus calceatus.

          1972 [17 August]
          "The Tourists: Why Do They Come Here and What Do They Do?"
          Cambridge Chronicle
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photograph of the glass flower display cases.

          1972 [5 April]
          "Glass Flowers"
          Teacher's Edition of My Weekly Reader [Children's Newspaper]
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photograph of display cases in museum.

          1972 [22 September]
          Photo with Caption only
          Harvard University Gazette
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of children's letters on the glass flowers.

          1973 [5 December]
          "Tyler [Arboretum] to Hear of Harvard Glass Flowers"
          County Leader
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of unidentified specimen.

          1974 [November]
          Hall, Elizabeth and Max Hall
          "The Glass Menagerie"
          Harvard Magazine
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of echinoderms, coelenterates, annelids, and mollusks. No flower images.

          1975 [February]
          Gong, Elizabeth
          "Fragile Flowers"
          Flower and Garden
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1975 [30 June]
          Guide to Harvard Museums
          Harvard University
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1975 [9 December]
          Rist, Susan
          "Glass Flowers in Bloom at Harvard Museum"
          Christian Science Monitor
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photograph of Browallia viscosa and William Davis looking at glass flower display cases.
          1976
          Reed, Christopher
          "A Delicate Journey for a Garden in Glass"
          Harvard Today, President's Report Issue
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photograph of water lily and of William Davis and Richard Evans Schultes in the display area.

          1976
          "Weed Science- New Weapons for Farmers"
          Cyanamid International Newsletter
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Carmelia sinensis mounted on herbarium sheet.

          1976 [March]
          Reed, Christopher
          A Garden in Glass
          Harvard Magazine
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of William Davis and Richard Evans Schultes in the display area, Leopold Blaska and Rudolf Blashka. Photographs of Acer rubrum, Kalmia latifolia, and Stigmaphyllon ciliatum all mounted on herbarium sheets. Also photographs of Setaria lutescens, Centaurea cyanus (with moth), Campsis radicans, and Malus pumila.

          1976 [1 March]
          Gormley, Robert
          "Glass Flowers to Show in New York"
          Harvard Crimson
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of the display cabinets.

          1976 [5 March]
          "Shipping Flowers? No Sweat, Unless They're Glass."
          Harvard University Gazette
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of William Davis and Laurence Doherty transporting specimens in hearses and planes.

          1976 [8 March]
          McFadden, Robert
          "Blaschka Plants Blend Science and Artistry"
          New York Times
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of pitch pine, glory bush, pipewort, and strawberry.

          1976 [10 March]
          "Glass Flowers from Harvard"
          Exhibition Announcement, Steuben Glass
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of Rhododendron.

          1976 [5 June]
          La Brecque, Richard T.
          "Harvard's Glass Flowers- Cool Petalsthat Delight Forever"
          Patriot Ledger
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of William Davis and Richard Evans Schultes in the display area.

          1976 [1 January]
          Lindsay, Martin
          "The Flowers that Never Fade"
          Country Life
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 1
          Photographs of bouquet, red maple, northern panicum grass, Kalmia latifolia, Catalpa bignonioides, Houstonia caerulea, Leopold Blashka, and Rudolf Blashka.

          1977
          Lamb, Elizabeth Searle
          "Viewing Harvard's Glass Flowers" [poem]
          Cicada
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1977 [6 May]
          Scheffel, John C.
          "Four Museums Will Charge Admission"
          Harvard Crimson
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2

          1977 [June]
          Manning, Malcolm
          "The Ware Collection of Glass Flowers at the Fogg Museum in Cambridge" [poem] Location: Publications, box 1

          1977 [July]
          Cover Illustration
          Comprehensive Therapy [Journal for Continuing Medical Education]
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Unlabeled specimen on cover.

          1978
          Langton, Jane
          The Memorial Hall Murder
          Location: Publications, box 1

          1978 [30 October]
          Kessler, Catharine, G., and Henry D. Russel
          "Leopold and Rudolph Blashka's Nudibranch Glass Models"
          The Nautilus
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Glaucus longicirrhus, Bornella arborescens, Facelina coronata, and Miamira nobilis.

          1978 [23 February]
          Powers, Barbara Lillard
          "Everblooming for the Past 88 years- No Matter What the Weather, These Flowers are Blooming and These Fruits Ready to Eat"
          Cambridge Chronicle
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photographs of barberry (with bee), mountain laurel, water lily, strawberry, and mold.

          1979 [14 January]
          Reynolds, Bill
          "Glass Flowers are Harvard Highlight"
          Providence Journal
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2

          1979 [December]
          Fields, Lisa
          "A Reverence for Glass"
          Horticulture Magazine
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Leopold and Rudolph Blashka, and strawberry, Syzygium jambos, Codiaeum varigatum.

           

          1980-1989

          1980 [circa]
          Reference to the Glass Flowers
          p.h. Mechanical Corp.
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of men working on the cases and of Prunus americana.

          1980
          Kessler, Catherine G. and Dr. Henry D. Russell
          "Invertebrates in Glass"
          Aquasphere [Journal of the New England Aquarium]
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Jellyfish, sea anemonne, soft coral, and nudibranch.

          1981 [19 February]
          Matchan, Linda
          "A Newcomer's Guide to Harvard's Museums"
          Boston Globe Calendar Magazine
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2

          1981 [24 May]
          Cataneo, David
          "The Real exotica in Harvard Square"
          Boston Herald American Sunday Magazine
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photograph of visitors at the display cases.

          1981 [May/June]
          Jeffries, Linda
          "Forever in Bloom- Glass Flowers in Harvard's Ware Collection"
          Museum
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of Leopold and Rudolph Blashka, mountain laurel, and tea plant.

          1982
          Brosche, Christa
          "Die Verschollenen Glaskunstler Blaschka"
          Sudeten Land
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of bannana and mountain laurel.

          1982 [October]
          Schultes, R.E., and William A. Davies
          "Glass Flowers Bloom Forever in Unique Harvard Collection"
          Smithsonian Magazine
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photograph of gentian sage, Collinia elegans, basket flower, water hyacinth, Musa rosacea, coneflower, indian pipe, Lopezia coronate (with bee), red maple, strawberry, goldenrod, Echeveria secunda, mountain laurel.

          1982 [January]
          Shaw, Simon
          "America's Glass Flower Museum"
          Flora [Monthly for Flower Arrangers and Gardeners]
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of display cases, Rhododendron, goldin pippin apple blossom, marsh marigold, Fragaria vesca (strawberry).

          1982 [July/August]
          Schultes, Richard Evans, William R. Davies
          "The Glass Flowers at Harvard"
          Garden
          Location: Publications, box 1
          Photographs of flowering apple and water lily.

          1982 [17 December]
          "Glass Flower Book Captures Delicate Art of Blashkas"
          Harvard University Gazette
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photographs of Opuntia stanlyi, Brugmansia arborea, and Aconitum columbianum.

          1982 [Summer]
          "New Book on Harvard's Glass Flowers to be Published"
          Plant Sciences
          Publications, box 1
          Photograph of William Davis working with specimens.

          1983
          Parke, Margaret
          "The Glass Flowers of Harvard's Botanical Museum"
          Endeavour
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photographs of Eurotium herbariorum, Salvinia natans, Nepenthes snaguinea, Lilium canadense, Iris versicolor, Pancium boreale, Kalmia latifolia, Centurea cyanus with Zygaena, Echinocereus engelmannii, Solidago canadensis, and William Davis with Hibiscus clypeatus.

          1984
          Schwammer, Harald
          "Berichte und Bemerkungen, Kostbarkeiten aus Glas"
          Neue Museumkunde
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photographs of Carmarina hastata, Cotylorhiza tubercula, Aurelia aurita, Dyphes quadrivolvis, Anthea cereus, Autolytus cormutus.

          1984 [ 3 May ]
          Morgenroth, Lynda
          "A Guide to Flowers in Glass"
          Boston Globe Calendar Magazine
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photograph of Camellia sinensis.

          1984 [18 June]
          Golden, Daniel
          "Arts that Time has Taken From Us"
          Boston Globe
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photograph of Aristolochia elegans and Portlandia grandiflora.

          1984
          Parke, Margaret
          "The Glass Flowers of Harvard"
          Fresno Bee
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photographs of Nymphae odorata, Nepenthes sanguinea, Camellia sinensis, and Echinocereus engelmannii.

          1984 [3 December]
          Kenney, Richard
          "Rose" [poem]
          New Yorker
          Location: Publications, box 2
          1986
          Joost, Wolfgang
          "Marine Invertebraten aus Glas, BLASCHKA Modelle im Museum der Natur Gotha"
          Abhandlungen und Berichte des Museums der Natur Gotha
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photograph of strawberry and orchid.

          1986
          "A Touch of Glass"
          National Geographic World
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photograph of strawberry and orchid.

          1987 [6 April]
          Frazier, Nancy
          "Uncommon Museums"
          Christian Science Monitor
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photograph of Indian pipes.

          1987 [19 May]
          Ware, Leslie
          "Forever Flowers of Glass and Magic"
          Audubon
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photographs of Lilium canidensis, Salix cinerea, Eschveria secunda, Hepatica tribola, Lupinus mutabilis, Lathyrus splendens, Fragaria vesca, Eucalyptus globulus, Echinocereus engelmannii, Nepenthes sanguinea.

          1987 [25 August]
          Bezdek, Michael
          "Harvard's Flowers"
          Lowell Sun
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photograph of Indian pipe.

          1987 [1 November]
          Bezdek, Michael
          "Flower is Fragile Because it's Glass"
          Daily News [Woodland Hills, CA]
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photographs of Lopezia and tea plant.

          1987 [8 November]
          "Glass Garden"
          Gastonia Gazette [NC]
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photographs of water lily, tea plant, vegetable sponge, and tiger lilies.

          1988 [1 May]
          "Renewal Plan for Glass Flowers Bloom"
          OEBserver [Dept. of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University]
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photograph of Nopalxochia phyllanthoides.

          1988 [13 May]
          "Renovations Projected for Glass Flowers"
          Harvard University Gazette
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photograph of students in display area.

          1988 [6 June]
          Barol, Bill
          "The Worst of Everything"
          Newsweek
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photograph of author in glass flower display area.

          1988 [19 June]
          Bezdek, Michael
          "Fragile Garden: Harvard's Glass Flowers Draw Visitors"
          Arkansas Democrat
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photograph of vegetable sponge, water lily, and cashew nut.

          1989 [March/April]
          O'Shea, Sharon
          "A Radiant Garden of Glass"
          Almanac
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photographs of Lilium canadense, Hepatica triloba, Iris versicolor, Gentiana andrewsii, Brugmansia arborea, Pentstemon spectabilis, Rudbeckia speciosa, and Prunus persia.

          1989 [May/June]
          Rossi-Wilcox, Susan M.
          "How to See Through Glass"
          Harvard Magazine
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Diagram of a specimen and photograph of nosegay.

          1989 [July/August]
          Horvitz, Deborah J.
          "Flowers For All Seasons"
          The World: Journal of the Unitarian Universalist Association
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photographs of specimens and Leopold and Rudolf blaschka; diagrapm of "wire underpinnings" of glass specimens.

          1989 [August]
          Fusion [Journal of the American Scientific Glassblowers Society]
          Location: Publications, box 2
          Photographs of museum display and onlookers.

          1989 [15 November]
          Rossi Wilcox, Susan
          "Flowers and High Tea at Harvard University" [workshop]
          Massachusetts Horticultural Society
          Location: Publications, box 2

          1989 [24 February]
          Monaghan, Peter
          Letter to Susan Rossi-Wilcox discussing future story on glass flowers
          The Chronicle of Higher Education
          Location: Publications, box 2

          1989
          Williams, Christopher
          Angola to Vietnam
          Location: Publications, box 2

           

          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

           

          2000

          2000 [18-24 February]
          Wright, Chris
          "The Lost World"
          The Boston Phoenix.
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2

          2000 [23 November]
          Van Andel, Pek
          "Fine Fleur"
          NRC Handelsblad
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photograph of bouquet.

          2000 [30 November]
          Ware Collection of Glass Flowers (ad for ongoing glass-flower exhibit)
          Harvard University Gazette
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2

          2000 [11 November]
          Matchan, Linda
          "Tender Blossoms"
          The Boston Globe
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 2
          Photographs of specimen in transport container.

          2000 [24 December ]
          Lipman, Lisa
          "Glass Flowers Bloom Year-Round"
          Sunday Standard Times
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Susan M. Rossi-Wilcox and visitor examining specimens.

          2000
          Corrin, Lisa
          "The Greenhouse Effect" (includes brochure for the Greenhouse Effect exhibition)
          The Greenhouse Effect
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Mahonia Auqifolium and orchids.

          2000 [Winter]
          West, Carolyn
          "Glass Flowers" (poem)
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Mahonia Auqifolium and orchids.

          2000 [Spring, Summer, Fall]
          Connare, Carol
          "The 7 Wonders of New England"
          Yankee Magazine's Travel Guide to New England
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of boquet.

          2000 [Spring, Summer, Fall]
          Richerson, David W.
          "The Beauty of Ceramics"
          The Magic of Ceramics
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2000 [November]
          Williams, David B.
          "Deceptive Beauty"
          Meridian
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of pride of California and dahlia.

          2000 [November]
          "Handled with Care, Harvard's Glass Flowers Will Bloom Again"
          Harvard College Gazette
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2000 [16 November]
          Brooks, Andrew
          "Care for Glass Flowers Branches Out"
          Harvard University Gazette
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Cosmos diversifolius Otto, Susan M. Rossi-Wicox, apple leaf with white efflorescence (glass disease), Zygaena sp. (burnet moth), Centaurea cyanus, Prunus armeniaca, and Osmia sp. (mason bee).

          2000 [25 October]
          Garin, Kristoffer A.
          "Harvard's Glass Flowers to Get New Gleam"
          The Crimson Online
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2000
          United Daily News
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of specimen

          2000[? ]
          Lipman, Lisa
          "Fragile Flowers"
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of visitor viewing specimens.

          2000 [22 April]
          Davis, Dan
          "Cambridge Getaway a Return to Youth"
          Sunday Republican
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2000 [?]
          "Boston in Early Summer"
          [British Airways Magazine]
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2000
          National Science Museum News
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2000 [17 December]
          Lipman, Lisa
          "Glass Flowers Bloom at Harvard Museum"
          Burlington Free Press
          Locaton: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of visitor viewing specimens.

          2000 [Fall/Winter]
          Hayes, Paul G.
          "Blaschka Models: Glass Treasures Lore"
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Octopus defilippii, Glaucilla briareus (sea slug), Tealia gemma (sea anemone), Proceros viridis (flat worm), and Onchoteuthis krohnii (squid).

          2000/2001 [1 July-30 June]
          Watson, Rubie S.
          "Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology Annual Report"
          Harvard University
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2000
          "Le Monde en Petit"
          La Beaute
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Claviceps purpurea, Marchantia polymorpha, Cosmos diversifolius (Asteraceae), Loasa triphylla (Loasaceae), Boltonia asteroides (Asreraceae) akene, and Zenobia pulverulenta.

          2000
          Richerson, David W.
          "The Beauty of Ceramics"
          The Magic of Ceramics,
          American Ceramic Society
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of cactus flower.
           

          2001

          2001 [22 August]
          Flaherty, Julie
          "Even Antique Glass Flowers Need to Be Rejuvenated"
          New York Times
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
          Photographs of an echeveria and iris.

          2001 [6 December]
          Powell, Alvin
          "These Creatues See Dusty Duty"
          Harvard University Gazette
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
          Photographs of specimens [jellyfish and ocotopus].

          2001 [22 March]
          Powell, Alvin
          "Stewart Shares Her Secrets"
          Harvard University Gazette
          Publications, Oversized box 3

          2001 [12 February]
          Hatfield, Julie
          "Celebrating Adventurers, Singers"
          Boston Globe
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
          Photograph of Josh Basseches (director of Harvard Museum of Natural History) with Gloria Lieberman and Ray Brown (WCRB).

          2001 [23 May-5 June]
          Hagedorn, Erin
          "Hidden Treasures"
          Improper Bostonian
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
          Photograph of Susan M. Rossi-Wilcox

          2001 [January]
          Wright, Karen
          "Splendor in Glass"
          Discover
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of diseased strawberry plants and illustration of bee pollinating milkweed flower.

          2001 [March-April]
          "100 Things to Do Before Leaving Harvard"
          Harvard Magazine
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2001 [25-26 August]
          Flaherty, Julie
          "Save the Delicate Flowers!"
          International Herald Tribune
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of poppy.

          2001 [23 July-5 August]
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographsof an iris.

          2001 [23 May-5 June]
          Hagedorn, Erin
          "Hidden Treasures"
          Improper Bostonian
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of Susan M. Rossi-Wilcox.

          2001 [Spring, Summer, Fall]
          "The Botanical Museum of Harvard University"
          Yankee Magazine's Travel Guide to New England
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of boquet.

          2001 [May]
          Edwards, Camilla
          "Consuming History"
          Homes & Gardens
          Locaton: Publications, box 3

          2001 [March]
          Kremer, Bruno P.
          "Natur im Museum: Die Glasblumen-Sammlung in Harvard"
          Natur und Museum
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Rudolf and Leopold Blaschka in front of house, Nepenthes sanguinea, Acer rubrum, Iris versicolor, Malus domestica, and Eucalyptus globulus.

          2001 [Winter]
          Benedetti, Deborah
          "Materials Research Institute Hosts Symposium"
          Penn State Outreach
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2001 [24 January]
          Doten, Patti
          "Harvard Mulls Construction of New Museum"
          Boston Globe
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 3

          2001 [18 January]
          Dalton, Rex
          "Harvard to Spend Hundreds of Millions on Further Expansion"
          Nature
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2001 [23 January]
          Esensten, Jonathan H.
          "Harvard May Build Major New Museum"
          Crimson Online
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2001 [27 February]
          Lipman, Lisa
          "The Showpieces of the Harvard Museum of Natural History"
          Town Online
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2001 [April]
          Schwarz, Marlene
          "Immer in Blute"
          Deutsche Glaserzeitung Zeitschrift fur Glas- und Fensterbau
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of red maple branch, iris, and poppy.

          2001-2002
          Media Coverage of the Glass Flowers at the HMNH, FY01, FY02
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2002

          2002 [January-April 2002]
          "Eternal Bloom: The Story of the Glass Flowers Collection"
          Programs and Events, Harvard Museum of Natural History
          Location: Publications, Oversized box 3
          Images of specimens.

          2002 [11 February]
          Bisbee, Dana
          "Social Scene'
          Boston Herald
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2002 [10 February]
          Fee, Gayle, and Raposa, Laura
          "Wining Winners at Harvard"
          Boston Sunday Herald
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2002 [8 February]
          Fee, Gayle, and Raposa, Laura
          "Inside Track"
          Boston Sunday Herald
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2002 [11 February]
          Fee, Gayle, and Raposa, Laura
          "Side Tracks"
          Boston Sunday Herald
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2002 [11 February]
          "A Gala Sign that Museum's Back in Full Flower"
          Boston Globe
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of Josh Basseches (director of Harvard Museum of Natural History) with Martha Stewart.

          2002 [6-19 February]
          "Flower Power"
          Improper Bostonian
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of water lily.

          2002 [? February]
          "Flower Power"
          Boston Globe
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of specimens.

          2002 [3 February]
          Herbert, Rosemary
          "Flower Power!"
          Boston Sunday Herald
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of specimens.

          2002 [3 February]
          Greenberg, Beth
          "Tiptoe Around These Flowers"
          Boston Sunday Herald
          Locaton: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of flowering cactus.

          2002 [20 January]
          Daston, Lorraine
          "Natur als Kunst: Die Glasblumen von Cambridge"
          Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Dahlia pinnata Cav., Aster novae-angliae, Iris versicolor L., Nymphaea odorata Ait.

          2002 [7 February]
          "Gardener's Notebook: " February 7, 2002 [Glass Flowers Gala]
          Boston Globe
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2002 [4 January]
          Morrill, Hilda
          "The Socially Set"
          Post-Gazette
          Publications, box 3

          2002 [13 January]
          "Flower Power! Annual Valentine's Gala"
          Harvard University Gazette
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2002 [10 April]
          "The Art of Glass Flowers Show and Sale at the HMNH Shop"
          Location: Publications, box 3

          2002
          "Sklenena Krasa"
          [Discover]
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of specimens.

          2002 [Autumn/Winter]
          Wright, Gina
          "Fragile Flora"
          Historic Gardens Review
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of specimens.

          2002 [Summer]
          "Topping the Charts"
          American Style
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photograph of specimen.

          2002 [April]
          Brink, Jesse Foley
          "Glass Botanicals"
          Martha Stewart Living
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of Verbena, apple-tree branch, butterfly flowre, water plant, passion flower, apricot, and fern.

          2002
          Dunham, Bandhu S. Contemporary Lampworking: A Practical Guide to Shaping Glass in the Flame, 3rd edition
          Location: Publications, box 3
          Photographs of sea creatures and apple blossom.

          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).

          Series IX. Loan and Use

          This series contains information regarding loans and use of the collections.  These files are closed

           

           

          Sub-Series I. Loan

          These are closed series. No access is allowed. Please contact the archivist for more information

           

           

          Sub-Series II. Photo and Reproduction

          These are closed series. No access is allowed. Please contact the archivist for more information

           

           

          Sub-Series III. Corning Museum of Glass

          These are closed series. No access is allowed. Please contact the archivist for more information

           

           

          Series X. Ownership and Copyright

          These are closed series. No access is allowed. Please contact the archivist for more information