Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Roy Bedichek (1878-1959) was a naturalist, educator, writer, and director of the University (of Texas) Interscholastic League from 1914-1948. The Roy Bedichek Papers, 1897-1959, 2003, document his studies of ornithology, botany, wildlife, and conservation, history and philosophy and include literary productions, correspondence, and business records.
Travels of Jean-Louis Berlandier as botanist and explorer with the Mexican Boundary Commission and the Ruiz expedition, describing the countryside, flora, fauna, settlements, mining sites and indigenous populations of Mexico, Texas and Louisiana.
Dr. Harold C. Bold (1909-1987) was the C. L. Lundell Professor of Systematic Botany at the University of Texas at Austin. He worked at UT from 1957 until his retirement in 1978. The papers contain drafts, galleys, notes, and correspondence for three of Bold's publications.
Comprising correspondence, field notes and journals, notebooks, newspaper clippings, geological and biological sketches and a photograph of Duval, the Hugh H. Duval Papers, 1907-1944, document Duval’s activities as a biology student at the University of Texas and as an amateur geologist and botanist.
Verne Grant was Professor of Botany at the University of Texas at Austin from 1970 to 1987 and Professor Emeritus from 1987 to his death in 2007. The professional papers of Grant include research projects, publications, correspondence, field work notes, illustrations, reports, and other materials.
Composed of a pamphlet, two mileage charts, and an essay, the Alexander von Humboldt Papers, [ca. 1803, 1824, 1878], document Humboldt’s time in Mexico.
This collection contains a muster roll from the First Texas Calvary during the Civil War.
Gideon Lincecum (1793-1874) was a prominent physician, philosopher, and naturalist in Texas. This collection includes correspondence, personal papers, writings, and botanical notes and specimens.
The UT Botany Photographs consist of approximately 600 5x7 glass negatives and 5 lantern slides ranging in date from 1907 to 1917 (bulk 1912-1913), primarily showing plant diseases. F. D. (Frederick DeForest) Heald, a specialist in plant pathology and the head of the university’s botany department for several years during the early 20th century, photographed many of the images.