Dennis Harold Latham

…183-188. https://www.jstor.org/stable/24332074 University of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station; Parks, W. L.; Safley, L. M.; and Latham, D. H. 1967. Fertilization of Dark Tobacco. Bulletins. https://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_agbulletin/169 University of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment…

Allen Hierome Curtiss

…Curtiss, Allen’s father, moved the family to Virginia ca. 1861. On December 29, 1865 he purchased 344 acres of land near Liberty, which later became known as Bedford. Gaston Curtiss…

Lawson Edwin Yocum

…hardness. Journal of the Elisha Mitchecll Scientific Society 38(1, 2): 76-83. (https://www.jstor.org/stable/24331526 ) Yocum, L. Edwin (1924) The translocation of the food materials of the wheat seedling. Doctoral dissertation, Iowa…

Guy Richard Bisby

…fungi of India. New Delhi, India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research.     SOURCES: MyCoPortal . 2022. http://www.mycoportal.org/portal/index.php. Accessed on May 28. Partial publications list http://www.cybertruffle.org.uk/cgi-bin/bibquery.pl?author=bisby,%20g.r. Photo of Bisby http://www.cybertruffle.org.uk/pics/0001911b.jpg…

Ellsworth Bethel

…Colorado, County Marriages and State Indexes, 18622006 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016. Original data: Marriage Records. Colorado Marriages. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, UT. 8. Cockerell, T….

Saving Cochrane Property

…they ever decided to sell. After Mrs. Cochrane’s death in 2015, we pursued land purchase in earnest. The 13-acre parcel was purchased from the Shirley G. Cochrane Trust and directly…

Willard Webster Eggleston

…used the $50 dollars from the prize to purchase a down sleeping bag, which made my own fieldwork as a biologist much more pleasant. I can see now that WW…

Horticultural Therapy at NCBG

…Haskett explained. The program strives to establish goals at the beginning of each group session in order to make the activity session as therapeutic as possible. These goals can be…

Laurie M. Stewart Radford

…was hard to leave the herbarium. I had become very attached to it and its needs. I had accepted the challenge to bring some order out of its great disorder,