Dried specimens of Anemone (most removed), correspondence and papers of E.A. Bowles in folder labelled ‘Japonica’

Scope and Content

Original folder, retained, comprises two sub-divisions and loose material

The first sub-division, labelled ‘White’, comprises:

Dried specimens, 1938-1946 (removed, herbarium numbers WSY0127716, WSY0141199, WSY0141200, WSY0141201, WSY0141217, and WSY0141218), and correspondence, 1924-1937 (one letter removed, see list below). For a comprehensive list of letters remaining in this folder, see EAB/appendix/2.8.1.8

Specimens were enclosed in covers and pages of catalogues and pieces of paper, annotated with details, retained in the archive

Letters removed to the herbarium:

Charles T. Musgrave, at Olivers, Hascombe, Godalming, to Bowles, 8 Oct 1937

The second sub-division, labelled ‘Pink’, comprises:

Dried specimens, undated (removed, herbarium numbers WSY0141202-WSY0141208), manuscript and typescript notes, 1937 and undated, and printed lists of Anemone from nursery catalogues and the garden press, 1925-1938

Specimens were enclosed in sheets of paper and in covers and pages of catalogues, annotated with details, retained in the archive

Other material comprises:

Dried specimens, 1925-1946 (removed, herbarium numbers WSY0141209-WSY0141214)

Specimens were stored in pages of a catalogue and of garden publications, annotated with details, retained in the archive

Herbarium processing numbers 19-22

This folder was in a box of Bowles material transferred from the herbarium at Wisley to the Lindley Library in 2015