Correspondence and papers of E.A. Bowles from horticulturists and other correspondents, surnames beginning with H

Scope and Content

Letters are from Norman G. Hadden, 1919, William Hales at Chelsea Physic Garden, 1907-1912, William B. Halhed, 1902, A.D. Hall at John Innes Horticultural Institution and Royal Horticultural Society, 1923-1941, F.A. Hampton, 1934, Sir Thomas Hanbury, 1902-1903, S.F. Harmer at British Museum (Natural History), 1923, R.L. Harrow at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, 1910, F.W. Harvey at The Garden, 1910, H.G. Hawker, 1919, Thomas Hay, 1910-1935, G.H. Simpson-Hayward, 1903-1904, P.S. Hayward, undated, A. Henry, 1923, G. Henslow, undated, Vera Higgins, 1935, Arthur W. Hill at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 1908-1937, C.T. Hilton, 1918-1920, H.W. Himberg, 1902, G.L. Holford at Westonbirt, 1909-1924, E.M. Holmes, 1909-1923, John Hoog and Thomas Hoog at C.G. van Tubergen, 1903-1945, H.J. Hooker (‘Bowles Boy’), undated, Annie Hooper, 1907, John Hopkinson at Ray Society, 1913-1914, Murray Hornibrook, 1915-1947, Arthur J. Hort, 1926-1928 and undated, Hotel Superbagneres, 1927, James Hudson, 1912, including article, J.F. Hudson, 1916, Edward Hull at Victoria Institute, 1908, C. Huntington, 1935, E.F. Hurt, including article on sunflowers, 1943

For a comprehensive list of letters in this folder, see EAB/appendix/2.4.8