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  1. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 1
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""Fritz"") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Krnzlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Krnzlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Francois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  2. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 2
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""""Fritz"""") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Krnzlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Krnzlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Francois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  3. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 3
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""""Fritz"""") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Krnzlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Krnzlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Francois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  4. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 4
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""""Fritz"""") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Krnzlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Krnzlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Francois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  5. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 5
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""""Fritz"""") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Krnzlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Krnzlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Francois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  6. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 6
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""""Fritz"""") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Krnzlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Krnzlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Francois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  7. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 7
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""Fritz"") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & M�ller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Kr�zlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Kr�zlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Fran�ois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  8. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 8
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""Fritz"") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & M�ller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Kr�zlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Kr�zlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Fran�ois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  9. [Descriptions of orchid genera] [manuscript], 1880-1908. Manuscript 9
    Manuscript orchid diagnoses, letters, original botanical sketches, chromolithograph botanical prints, off-prints of journal articles, and leaves of printed texts, dated between 1880 and 1908, compiled by Friedrich (""Fritz"") Krnzlin, in Gross Lichterfelde (Berlin),Germany, and used in preparation of his work, Orchidacearum genera et species, only 2 v. of which were published in Berlin by Meyer & M�ller (v. 1 in 1901 and v. 2, pt. 1 in 1904). The bulk of the material consists of small pencil sketches or tracings of orchids on tracing paper, accompanied by Kr�zlin's diagnoses, or technical descriptions in Latin of the distinguishing characteristics of the various orchid genera, following a previously-published arrangement, as evidenced by the green cloth book spines, gold-stamped with title ""Orchidaceae"" and vol. numbers, which are found in each bundle. There are also more detailed original drawings of orchids in pencil, or pen-and-watercolor. Accompanying Kr�zlin's copious drawings and notes, are numerous prints of orchids--line-engraved and hand-colored, or chromolithographed-- by well-known botanical illustrators J.N. Fitch, Miss [Sarah Ann] Drake, and Jeanne Koch, by botanists such as Harry Bolus, and F.C. Lehmann. and by lithographers including the Belgian artist Fran�ois Stroobant, and printed by George Barclay, Emil Laue, L. Snelling, and C.F. Schmidt. Many of these prints have been taken from botanical periodicals such as ""The garden"", ""L'orchidophile"", and ""Gartenflora"". There are also printed leaves from botanical texts, horticultural society proceedings, and periodicals such as ""The gardeners' chronicle"", and offprints of articles on orchids by Krnzlin and other botanists which appeared in journals including ""Queensland agricultural journal"", ""Garten-Zeitung"", and ""Gartenflora"".

  10. [Notes on orchid culture] [manuscript], 1861-1875. Volume 1.
    Manuscript notes by the English self-taught naturalist, Philip Henry Gosse, dated between 1861 and 1875, on the breeding and cultivation of orchids. Items entitled Orchid notes, dated 1861-1871, consist of ca. 148 unbound leaves of letters, pencil sketches, and notes. The notes, many of which are written on the back of publication announcements, printer's waste, and scraps of personal letters, document Gosse's experiments cross-breeding different types of orchids, and include his tables recording orchid varieties, growing time, success in flowering, number of bulbs produced, and potting methods. He also made notes on the growers from whom he purchased certain plants. There are three letters to Gosse in Torquay, England, from Sir Joseph Hooker, botanist and director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, dated 1861-1867, containing detailed notes on orchid cultivation, as well as letters from Charles Leach [?], dated 1863-1864, and Edward Stanford, dated 1871. Papers are laid in the empty binding of volume 1 of The floral world, with Gosse's own ms. label on front cover: Gosse. Orchid notes, and printed label 449, possibly a Gosse shelf-mark. Accompanying the loose notes is a standard composition notebook, entitled simply Orchids, containing 114 bound leaves, and 30 laid-in leaves, of additional notes by Gosse from 1863-1875.

  11. [Notes on orchid culture] [manuscript], 1861-1875. Volume 2.
    Manuscript notes by the English self-taught naturalist, Philip Henry Gosse, dated between 1861 and 1875, on the breeding and cultivation of orchids. Items entitled Orchid notes, dated 1861-1871, consist of ca. 148 unbound leaves of letters, pencil sketches, and notes. The notes, many of which are written on the back of publication announcements, printer's waste, and scraps of personal letters, document Gosse's experiments cross-breeding different types of orchids, and include his tables recording orchid varieties, growing time, success in flowering, number of bulbs produced, and potting methods. He also made notes on the growers from whom he purchased certain plants. There are three letters to Gosse in Torquay, England, from Sir Joseph Hooker, botanist and director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, dated 1861-1867, containing detailed notes on orchid cultivation, as well as letters from Charles Leach [?], dated 1863-1864, and Edward Stanford, dated 1871. Papers are laid in the empty binding of Volume 2 of The floral world, with Gosse's own ms. label on front cover: Gosse. Orchid notes, and printed label 449, possibly a Gosse shelf-mark. Accompanying the loose notes is a standard composition notebook, entitled simply Orchids, containing 114 bound leaves, and 30 laid-in leaves, of additional notes by Gosse from 1863-1875.

  12. [Reichenbachia] [graphic] : [orchids illustrated and described].
    Unsigned, untitled, and unnumbered chromolithographic proof impressions of six orchid watercolor drawings, previously unpublished and probably destined for a 3rd series of Frederick Sander's Reichenbachia: orchids illustrated and described, the first two series of which were published in 1890-1892 and 1892-1894. Large unsigned prints of orchids, possibly by H.G Moon, the same artist commissioned by Sander in 1886 to produce 192 orchid illustrations for the first two series of Reichenbachia.

  13. A booke of the art and maner, howe to plante and graffe all sortes of trees : how to set stones and sowe pepins, to make wilde trees to graffe on, as also remedies and medicines, with diuers other newe practises / by one of Abbey of S. Vincent in Fraunce ... ; with an addition in the ende of this booke, of certaine Dutche practises ; set forthe and Englished, by Leonard Mascall.
    [22], 84, [12] p., [1] leaf of plates : ill.; 20 cm.

  14. A booke of the arte and maner how to plant and graffe all sortes of trees : how to set stones, and sowe pepins, to make wylde trees to graffe on, as also remedies and medicines, vvith diuers other newe practises / by one of the Abbey of Saint Vincent in Fraunce ... ; wyth an addition in the ende of this booke, of certayne Dutch practises, set foorth and Englished by Leonard Mascall.
    Text; 1 leaf of plate.

  15. A catalogue of herbaceous plants, cultivated and sold by John Cree, Addlestone nursery, Chertsey, Surrey ... and also a select list of fruit trees, with descriptions.
    94 leaves ; 17 cm.

  16. A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Somerville, one of the lords of His Majesty's bedchamber, and late president of the Board of Agriculture : with a view to shew the inutility of the plans and researches of that institution, and how it might be employed in others more beneficial : with remarks on the recent communications of the board, and a review of the pamphlets of Arthur Young and William Brooke, Esqrs. upon the present high price of provisions / by a society of practical farmers.
    Letter of complaint on agricultural and economic conditions.

  17. A plain and practical treatise on the culture and management of the auricula : with full directions for preparing the most approved composts, raising plants from seed &c. &c. ... / by Isaac Emmerton, nurseryman and florist, late of Barnet, Herts.
    Text; 1 leaf of plates

  18. A sure way to order bees and fruit-trees, or, A compleat bee-master shewing. I., The way to manage and encrease them, a platform for a bee-hive, what food ought to be propagated about the bee-houses, to raise large stocks of bees, their errors that kill the drone-bees, directions to feed them, and raise dead bees. II., To keep sheep and horses from from all diseases. III., Divers receipts in physick, and how every man may be his own doctor at small charge. IV., Directions for managing fruit-trees, so that they shall never fail bearing fruit.
    24, 12, 12, 12 p. : ill. ; 16 cm.

  19. A synopsis of cultivated orchids [manuscript] : (supplementary to Folia Orchidae)
    Autograph ms. catalog of cultivated orchids, dated 1874, by Philip Henry Gosse. Gosse's preface, dated October 1874, indicates that his Synopsis contains a list of the genera and species of cultivated orchids not included in Professor John Lindley's Folia orchidacea : an enumeration of the known species of orchids, first published by J. Matthews in London in 1852. For each genus, Gosse provides a detailed physical description, and a list of the related species. For each species, he includes the country where it flourishes, and bibliographic references to books from his own library. These sources are listed on p. iii-iv, and identified under each species by a series of reference letters. Entries in violet ink refer to Gosse's own drawings from life, either line drawings or full colored illustrations. There are also numerous indexes to the species throughout, and an index to the genera on leaves 190-192.

  20. Auslandische Culturpflanzen in farbigen Wandtafeln mit erlauterndem Text / von Hermann Zippel ... und Karl Bollmann (Atlas) Vol. 02
    Images of cultivated plants in Germany in the 19th century.

  21. Auslandische Culturpflanzen in farbigen Wandtafeln mit erlauterndem Text / von Hermann Zippel ... und Karl Bollmann (Text) Vol. 01
    Cultivated plants in Germany in the 19th century.

  22. Autumnal Leaves by Ellen Robbins
    Bound, gold-tooled, gilt-edged volume of 18 original watercolor paintings of autumn leaves.

  23. Chicago World Flower and Garden Show
    Postcard showing an interior view of the Chicago World Flower and Garden Show.

  24. Chicago World Flower and Garden Show
    Postcard showing a landscape garden at the Chicago World Flower and Garden Show.

  25. Chicago World Flower and Garden Show
    Postcard showing a display of trees and flower beds at the Chicago World Flower and Garden Show.

  26. Chicago World Flower and Garden Show.
    Postcard showing a garden layout at the Chicago World Flower and Garden Show.

  27. Chicago World Flower and Garden Show.
    Postcard showing exhibits at the Chicago World Flower and Garden Show.

  28. Christmas flower show, Garfield Park.
    Postcard showing poinsettias and other seasonal flowers during the Christmas flower show at the Garfield Park Conservatory.

  29. Chrysanthemum flower show, Garfield Park.
    Postcard showing a variety of chrysanthemums at the Garfield Park Conservatory.

  30. Coliseum, Chicago.
    Postcard showing an exterior view of the Coliseum in Chicago.

  31. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 1.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  32. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 2.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  33. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 3.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  34. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 4.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  35. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 5.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  36. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 6a.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  37. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 6b.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  38. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 6c.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  39. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 8.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  40. Collectanea orchidacea [manuscript], ca. 1890?-1929. Volume 9.
    Eight ms. notebooks compiled by Dr. Fritz Krnzlin in Berlin, Wolfenbuttel, and Gross-Lichterfelde, Germany, between 1892 and 1929, containing more than 2000 orchid diagnoses, notes, pencil sketches of new orchid species, clippings and transcriptions of articles from numerous botanical journals, and correspondence from other orchidologists and orchid hunters and growers around the world. The notebooks, numbered 1-6, 8-9, (number 7 lacking) contain the orchid diagnoses and research notes that Krnzlin used to write his Orchidacearum genera et species, only the first 2 v. of which were ever published. (Vol. 1, and v. 2, pt. 1 published in Berlin by Meyer & Muller in 1901 and 1904, respectively.) Although the notebooks refer to works published as early as the 1840s, Kranzlin probably began assembling them around 1890 [?], and continued to work on them through 1929. He read and corresponded with orchidologists throughout the world, including Australia, South Africa, German New Guinea, Japan, England, America, Colombia, and Chile. Some of the authors whose work appears in the notebooks include Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich Muller, George Bentham, Joseph Hooker, Glaudio Gay, Henry Ogg Forbes, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, Rudolf Schlechter, L[ilian] S[uzette] Gibbs, Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Robert Rolfe, Adolf Engler, John Lindley, and Robert Knuds Friedrich Pilger. The notebooks also contain articles clipped from journals such as Botanische Zeitung (Berlin), Gardener's chronicle, Curtis's botanical magazine, Botanical gazette (Chicago, Ill.), Botanical register (London, Eng.), Edward's botanical register, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Victorian naturalist, Calcutta journal of natural history, Garden & forest, Queensland agricultural journal, Tokyo botanical magazine, Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Bulletin de l'herbier boissier, and Bulletin of the New York Botanic Garden.

  41. Cyperaceae / exposuit C.G. Nees ab Esenbeck.
    [2], 72, [2] ; 26 cm.

  42. Das Blumenbuch
    Hand-colored wood engravings of flowers.

  43. Das Blumenbuch
    Hand-colored wood engravings of flowers.

  44. Das Blumenbuch
    Hand-colored wood engravings of flowers.

  45. De zegepraalende Vecht
    Plates consist of 1 map of the Vecht River and 101 engraved views of houses and gardens along the Vecht; plates are numbered 1-98 with 4 variant views of the House Driemond added under 94a-d.

  46. Dell'historia de i semplici aromati, et altre cose che vengono portate dall'Indie Orientali pertinenti all'vso della medicina. Parte prima, diuisa in quattro libri / di don Garzia dall'Horto, ... ; con alcune breui annotationi di Carlo Clusio; et due altri libri parimente di quelle cose che si portano dall'Indie Occidentali, con vn trattato della neue & del beuer fresco, di Nicolo Monardes, ... ; hora tradotti dalle loro lingue nella nostra Italiana da Messer Annibale Briganti, ..., ... ; con alcune breui annotationi di Carlo Clusio; et due altri libri parimente di quelle cose che si portano dall'Indie Occidentali, con vn trattato della neue & del beuer fresco, di Nicol� Monardes, ... ; hora tradotti dalle loro lingue nella nostra Italiana da Messer Annibale Briganti, ...
    [32], 525, [3] pages. Ink on vellum with woodcuts in text.

  47. Der neu-aufgesetzte blumen-garten : abgetheilt in drei becher ... / erstlich in Italienschen beschreiben durch F. Augustinum Mandirolam ... ; nunmehr durch einen Liebhaber einfaltig ins Teutsche ubersetzet.
    [14], 246 p., [2] leaves of plates.

  48. Easter and spring flower show, Lincoln Park.
    Postcard showing the interior of the Lincoln Park Conservatory with display of spring flowers.

  49. Eicones plantarum seu stirpium, arborum nempe, fructicum, herbarum, fructuum, lignorum, radicum, omnis generis : tam inquilinorum, quam exoticorum : quaepartim Germania sponte producit, partim ab exteris regionibus allata in Germania plantantur : in gratiam medicinae reique herbariae studiosorum, in tres partes digestae : adiecto indice gemino locupletissimo.
    Theodorus' Neuw Kreuterbuch without the text. Includes Latin and German names of the plants.

  50. Etudes de fleurs et de fruits by Henriette Antionette Vincent
    48 leaves of plates of flowers

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