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Catalogue of the important publications of Henry Shaw
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regional botanical and horticultural organizations. Important personal papers in the archives are those of Henry Shaw, the founder of the Garden and George Engelmann, his scientific advisor. Tower Grove Park records are on deposit. Using this guide Our guide describes collections in two parts. Part I lists the records of Missouri. Henry Shaw was a major businessman and entrepreneur in St. Louis when it was a gateway city to the West. His businesses supplied residents, pioneers and others. Having made his fortune, he was able to retire at pursue his interest in botany, and used much of his fortune in philanthropy. He is best known as the founder of the Missouri Botanical Garden, but he also donated the land to the city for Born: J , Sheffield, England.
SHAW,HENRY - Nude # - Photograph (Vintage silver print) - cs. CONDITIONS OF SALE AND LIMITED WARRANTY Each lot in this catalogue is subject to the following Terms and Conditions of Sale, as supplemented in writing or otherwise by Classique Erotique Auctions (CEA) prior to the sale. does not cover the lack of inserted. (title page) Catalogue of Shaw University, '77 (cover) Catalogue of the Shaw University, Raleigh, N. C. and Shaw University 28 p., ill. Raleigh, N. C. Edwards, Broughton & Co., Printers and Binders Call number C S53J (North Carolina Collection, University of .
A selection of fine, rare and important books and manuscripts. Catalogue , Winter Printed by C. Whittingham, Took's Court, Chancery Lane, London. Publishers' descriptions of other Shaw publications pasted-in to front. Pencil notations throughout. Rebound in twentieth century black cloth with gold letters to spine.
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Facebook gives people the power to share. Noteworthy are the personal papers of Henry Shaw, including letters, account books, diaries, and legal papers documenting his business transactions and the development of the Garden. The George Engelmann Papers, numbering some 5, letters and 30 boxes of botanical notes, are resources for the history of nineteenth-century botany and exploration of the West.
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Noteworthy are the personal papers of Henry Shaw, including letters, account books, diaries, and legal papers documenting his business transactions and the development of the Garden. The George Engelmann Papers, numbering some 5, letters and 30 boxes of botanical notes, are resources in the history of nineteenth-century botany and.
Henry Shaw (J in Sheffield, England – Aug in St. Louis, Missouri) was a philanthropist and is best known as the founder of the Missouri Botanical Garden. Early life. Shaw was born on J in Sheffield, England, which had been a center of iron and steel manufacturing for centuries.
Page 26 - CITY OF ST. Louis.) I, Wm. Wagner, Clerk of the Probate Court within and for the City of St. Louis aforesaid, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a true and complete copy of the last Will and Testament of HENRY SHAW, deceased, and of the probate thereof, and of the order of said Court approving said probate, as fully as the same respectively remain on file and appear of record.
Senator Henry Shaw Junior (d. 6 December, ) was an American No-Maj who served as a United States senator from New York during the s. He was the son of newspaper magnate Henry Shaw Senior.
He had at least one younger brother, Langdon Shaw. Henry Shaw Jr died on 6 December, after being attacked by Credence Barebone's Obscurus.
This was the result of a demeaning comment Born: Pre. A selection of fine, rare and important books and manuscripts. CatalogueSpring Hough, Maj Verle E. Ludwig, and Henry I. Shaw, Jr. Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal II Henry I. Shaw, Jr. and Maj Douglas T. Kane Library of Congress Catalog Card No.
WESTERN PACIFIC.A SPECIALLY BOUND COPY OF A SHAW RARITY. The discrepancy between the date on the title () and some of the plates (up to ) is explained by McLean in Victorian Book Design (, p), 'In November [Shaw] began publishing The Arms of the Colleges of Oxford in ten monthly quarto parts, each containing two plates and descriptive text by the Rev.