Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden
Garden, 1918 - Botany
Contains the Report of the director and other administrative officers, together with occasional contributions on scientific subjects, but beginning in 1933 the Annual report of the director was published in It's Journal.
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Page 180 - Arboretum for the collection and culture of plants, flowers, shrubs and trees, the advancement of botanical science and knowledge, and the prosecution of original researches therein and in kindred subjects; for affording instruction in the same, and for the prosecution and exhibition of ornamental and decorative horticulture and gardening, and for the entertainment, recreation and instruction of the people...
Page 178 - Club, 42, No. 10, Oct., 1915, pp. 571-577. (Issued Nov. 13, 1915.) Based upon material in the National Herbarium; includes descriptions of 4 new species. WOOTON, EO, and PAUL C. STANDLEY. The ferns of New Mexico.
Page 178 - Chief and other official documents, and technical articles embodying results of investigations carried out in the Garden. Free to all members of the Garden ; to others, (3.00 per volume.
Page 84 - January, 1917 EDWARD D. ADAMS JAMES A. SCRYMSER ROBERT W. DE FOREST HENRY W. DE FOREST JP MORGAN DANIEL GUGGENHEIM Term expires January, 1918 NL BRITTON . LEWIS RUTHERFORD MORRIS ANDREW CARNEGIE W.
Page 84 - To others, 1 2.00. [Not offered in exchange.] Vol. I. An Annotated Catalogue of the Flora of Montana and the Yellowstone Park, by Per Axel Rydberg. ix +492 pp., with detailed map. 1900. Vol. II. The Influence of Light and Darkness upon Growth and Development, by DT MacDougal. xvi...
Page 87 - ... under the auspices of the Horticultural Society and of the New York Florists' Club at the Grand Central Palace in March. Publications during the year include Volume 16 of the "Journal," Volume 7 of "Mycologia," 3 parts of "North American Flora," 1 number of "Bulletin," 1 volume of "Memoirs," and 11 numbers of "Contributions." Most of these publications have been aided by the income of the David Lydig Fund bequeathed by Charles P. Daly. By means of the income of the Addison Brown Fund, referred...
Page 180 - Park; from Pelham Bay Park through Pelham Parkway; through the Crotona Parkway and Southern Boulevard from Crotona Park; there are also driveway entrances at 2OOth Street, convenient for carriages coming from Jerome Avenue; at Newell Avenue, at the northern end of the Garden, for carriages coming from the north; at Bleecker Street on the eastern side of the Garden for carriages coming from the east; and at the Woodlawn Road, convenient for carriages coming from Yonkers, and from other points west...
Page 402 - Garden. $1.00 per volume. To others, $2.00. [Not offered in exchange. ] Vol. I. An Annotated Catalogue of the Flora of Montana and the Yellowstone Park, by Per Axel Rydberg. ix + 492 pp., with detailed ma'p. 1900. Vol. II. The Influence of Light and Darkness upon Growth and Development, by DT MacDougal.
Page 100 - ... European types. This conforms strictly with what I found among the descendants of immigrants of all nationalities. A year ago I had the opportunity to make an anthropometric investigation of a considerable number of natives of Porto Rico. This work was carried on in connection with the Natural History Survey of Porto Rico organized by the New York Academy of Sciences. The population of Porto Rico is derived from three distinct sources — from people belonging to the Mediterranean type of Europe,...