Charles Clinton Lindley, Jr.

…Inc., 2012. http://woodlin.net/merged%20pedigree/3533.htm?fbclid=IwAR2plHtxLudWw3LCpYAGy3hn7nJv_h-kTXIKaLwQiN5zSdJXydyDXWD0Af8 accessed on 14 September 2020. Yackety yack, 1954. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (College yearbook; page 86.)   Many thanks to Terri Buckner and to…

William Battle Cobb

…are two ways in which an airplane may be used to advantage in soil survey work. One of these is by enabling the surveyor to make direct observations from the…

Maeburn Bruce Huneycutt

…a complicated man—I found letters from students who had him as a professor many years ago. They continued to write him and obviously had very deep affection for him,” says…

Andrew Harvey Young

Manual of the Botany of Jefferson County [Indiana], published in 1871.   “Professor Young often took his students on natural science expeditions into the surrounding woods of Hanover College and…

Samuel McCutchen Bain

…mostly out of doors, in the woods and fields. He took his classes on many long trips around the country. During the long summer vacations, he spent his whole time…

Lewis Henry Lighthipe

…14 April 1903 he presented a paper on “The flora of the pine barrens of New Jersey,” of which the abstract (in Torreya) occupies two printed pages. Many specimens, from…

Kenneth Bryan Raper

…best known for his work on Penicillium, the organism which produces the antibiotic Penicillin, as well as his work on slime molds. He discovered and described the slime mold Dictyostelium…

Charles Edward Raynal

…in the 1930’s still grows there today, and many mature trees can be found naturalized in nearby Battle Park.   PUBLICATIONS (incomplete list): Raynal, Charles E (1928) Friend of Man

Frederick William Gray

…John Ray, did such significant work that he has been considered “the greatest European botanist of the 17th century.” In the 18th century, Stephen Hales performed his brilliant, revealing experiments…

Joseph Austin Holmes

…cultivation and preservation, and the growth and cultivation of plants. Horticulture featured studies on soils and methods for improving them through such methods as drainage and manuring; the management of…