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George Andrew Christenberry
(3 September 1915 – 21 April 2009) Photo: Augusta College Yearbook, 1978 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) curates 36 specimens collected by George Andrew Christenberry, who usually signed his labels as “G. A. Christenberry.” It is possible that as we continue to catalog our collections more will be found. Despite…
Herman Harrison Braxton
(1906-1988) The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) has cataloged 33 fungal specimens and 8 vascular plant specimens collected (or co-collected) by Herman Harrison Braxton, who always signed his specimen labels “H. H. Braxton.” Most of Braxton’s specimens were collected in the Crawford Creek area of Haywood County, North Carolina. To date, only…
Charles Clinton Lindley, Jr.
(9 May 1932 – 12 June 2002) photo: Charles Clinton Lindley, Jr., 1954, courtesy of the Yackety yack The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) curates about 20 vascular plant specimens collected by Charles Clinton Lindley, Jr., who usually signed his labels “Clinton C. Lindley.” All specimens were collected between 1952…
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