Correspondence, papers and dried specimens of E.A. Bowles relating to Narcissus

Scope and Content

Includes:

Correspondence, 1889-1952, including from W.E. Gumbleton, 1889, Arthur Hill, 1933, and from W.O. Everett, 1934, enclosing two original watercolour drawings of daffodils. For a comprehensive list of letters in this folder, see EAB/appendix/2.7.1.4

Four photographs of daffodil flowers, c.1933. For an item level description of the photographs, see EAB/2/7/1/4/photo1-EAB/2/7/1/4/photo4. For five photographs in the same sequence, c.1933, see EAB/2/7/1/17

Manuscript notes, c.1930s and undated

Dried specimens of Narcissus enclosed in the pages of book catalogues and in a pamphlet of the Floral Farms, Wisbech, 1932-1934

Original pencil drawings of daffodils by Esme Kekewich, and pencil drawing of Chinese sacred lily, 1932

Original rough drawing [?by E.A. Bowles] of two men in hats conversing and a third man occupied with a barrow, undated

Papers relating to the RHS Narcissus and Tulip Committee, 1933