Desert plants -- Arizona
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of research notes, field notes, publications, and slides related to flora in the Finger Rock Canyon/Mt. Kimball region of the Santa Catalina Mountains.
Photographs, postcards and newspaper clippings, circa 1930-1940. This collection is comprised of photographs, photographic postcards and newspaper clippings collected by California artist and UCLA professor of art Annita Delano.
This collection contains chiefly correspondence, along with reports, minutes of meetings, and financial records related to the establishment, development, and operation of the Desert Laboratory and Coastal Laboratory under directors Daniel T. MacDougal and Forrest Shreve.
This collection includes illustrations commissioned by the Campus Arboretum of plants found within the Joseph Wood Krutch Garden at the University of Arizona.
This collection contains the field notebooks of the botanist Steve McLaughlin, spanning 1973 -2016. Most are related to the thousands of plant specimens he collected over his career, though some include personal anecdotes and journal entries detailing his trips throughout Arizona and the Southwest.
Papers, 1969-2008 of Gary Paul Nabhan, ethnobotanist, plant ecologist, and author. Contains journals, scholarly and popular published works, production materials relating to his monographs, and transparency slides from his research and public lectures. The contents of this collection focus on the Sonoran Desert bioregion and aridlands agriculture and ethnobotany more generally.
Forrest Shreve, 1878-1950, was a botanist, desert plant ecologist; on the staff of the Desert Botanical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution, Tucson, Arizona, from 1908 to 1929, director from 1929 to 1938. Collection includes transcripts of five speeches, including author's corrections, relating to Shreve's work at the laboratory.
Correspondence, from the 1890s, mostly with colleagues from other colleges and universities and state agricultural agencies concerning plants both sharing plants and issues with plants.