Ellsworth Bethel

…On all of these occasions he seemed to have unlimited physical energy and boundless enthusiasm for the work. He was an omnivorous collector. While the number of mycological titles accredited…

Charles Fuller Baker

…Association of Economic Entomologists, Entomological Society of America, Washington Entomological Society, Southern California Academy of Sciences, and the Havana Academy. Although he died comparatively young, he did the life work…

Rachel Milner Fell Treakle

…Pontiac, Lexington, Towanda, LeRoy, El Paso, Larchwood, Decatur, Joliet, and Dwight. Fell also made several additions to Bloomington and founded the Town of Normal which had originally been known as…

Mildred Gant Stites Reed

…of Dartmouth College in 2002. Her spouse, John F. Reed, an alumnus of Dartmouth College (A.B., 1933), had apparently given his herbarium to his alma mater.2 The Academy of Natural

Willard Webster Eggleston

…Vermont: A List of the Fern and Seed Plants Growing without Cultivation in 1900. In 1904 he became a research scholar at the New York Botanical Garden, then in 1908…

Clyde Ritchie Bell

…Moore). The North Carolina Botanical Garden: a natural garden of native plants. American Horticulturist 53 (5): [23]-29. 1974 [Abstract]. Pollen production in relation to ovule number in two species of…

NCBGF Officers and Directors

…University Anne has held biological and ecological research positions at the North Carolina and Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, and most recently served as VP of Environmental Services in Black & Veatch…