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Filter: North Carolina State University. Department of Plant Biology
Krochmal, Arnold, 1919-1993
Size: 2.75 linear feet (5 archival boxes, 1 halfbox) Collection ID: MC 00064
This collection documents Arnold Krochmal's career as a botanist and expert in medicinal plants. It contains a lab book on his Cassava studies in the United States Virgin Islands, working manuscripts and page proofs for Krochmal's books on botany, notes on medicinal plants, and gardening in the Carolinas.
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North Carolina State University. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Size: 13 linear feet (20 archival boxes, 2 cartons) Collection ID: UA 100.002
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Annual Reports subgroup contains academic year and calendar year annual reports for the College, as well as the academic year annual reports for many of the College's committees, departments, and programs. Also included are annual reports of the Randleigh Foundation from 1966-1985. ... More
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North Carolina State University. Department of Plant Biology
Size: 3 linear feet (3 archival storage boxes, 1 carton) Collection ID: UA 100.015
The collection consists of records describing the administrative function of and research projects undertaken by the North Carolina State University Department of Plant Biology. In addition, there are also items regarding departmental seminars, reviews, a study guide, and a history of the department written by L. A. (Larry Alston) ... More
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Wells, B. W. (Bertram Whittier), 1884-1978
Size: 4 linear feet (551 slides, 10 card boxes) Collection ID: UA 023.039
The University Archives Photograph Collection, B. W. Wells Lantern Slides, 1920-1953, is comprised of glass lantern slides created by B. W. Wells with a 4 x 5-inch Graflex single-lens reflex camera for use in his research, instruction, and public presentations. The slides measure 3.25 inches by 4 inches. There are 551 slides, ... More