John Robert Raper

…most frequent collecting locations included Chapel Hill and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and orchids seem to have been his particular interest. Although John Raper was a mycologist, we…

Willard Webster Eggleston

…C.P. Sm. “silky lupine” Myosurus egglestonii Wooton & Standl. Quercus X egglestonii Trel. “Eggleston’s oak” Rubus egglestonii Blanch. Rubus idaeus var. egglstonii (Blanch.) Fern. Viola egglestonii Brainerd Viola septemloba ssp….

Charles Fuller Baker

…of Southern Colorado Collected and Distributed by C. F. Baker, F. S. Earle and S. M. Tracy”; specimens from this expedition are curated by NCU, Rutgers University (CHRB), Field Museum…

Mary Steed Stipe Eyles

…Mr. Russell said. “Frankly, in this day and age, she would be fired.” He bemoaned the fact that today most students don’t have that kind of relationship with a teacher….

John Nathaniel Couch

…of 27 master’s and 15 doctoral students. In 1927 he married Else Dorothy Ruprecht of Brooklyn. She was very talented in languages and aided both Couch and his students in…

Don Edgar Eyles

…in Atlanta, Georgia, and consisting of parents Francis L. (age 37), Mory A. (35), Francis L. (11), Don E. (4), and Ruth (1 month). “In 1937 [Fort Pulaski National Monument…

Rachel Milner Fell Treakle

…population of 180 people, had no resident clergyman, newspaper, or lawyer. Fell boarded with James Allin on the corner of East and Grove Streets. He became Bloomington’s first and for…