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His primary project in Texas, however, was the preparation of a complete work of the native and introduced plants of the state, and in 1970 he saw published the Manual of the Vascular Plants of Texas. Also contains letters from Justice Douglas to Ed Crafts, Dept. N – Z Correspondence N/O – thirteen (13) letters (one misfiled); Correspondence P/Q – ten (10) letters; Correspondence R – forty five (45) items including letters and lists of specimens; Correspondence S – approximately forty six (46) items including letters, meeting minutes and notes from Texas Research Foundation; Correspondence T – twenty one (21) items; Correspondence U/V – eight (8) items; Correspondence W – twenty four (24) items including handwritten letters; Correspondence XYZ – twenty four (24) items including newspaper clippings and lists of exchange material. Wannamaker was the Dean at Duke University when Correll was a student. 5, 1966 – April 6, 1967 Book 13: 2461 – 2653, April 20 – May 10, 1967 Book 14: 2654 – 2886, May 12, 1967 – May 28, 1967 (Collected by JRC and Elray Nixon. ) list, a log of dates and cities, with some expenses noted. He also helped to create the Big Thicket National Park and preserve nearly 100,000 acres of pristine wilderness. Denslow, 1935 – 1941 Contains 24 letters and postcards, both handwritten and typed, between Correll and Dr. of the Interior, and to Jim Bowen, Superintendent of Padre Island National Seashore. Resume Various copies of Correll’s resume (some with notes), lists of grants and publications, four copies of obituary notices from The Miami Herald, The Miami News, Fairchild Tropical Garden Bulletin. Letters to/from the Agricultural Research Service in reference to the publication of Orchids of Guatemala. Four letters of encouragement, including arranging an additional stipend for his work. 27 – March 7, 1958 Peru (27) E300 – E414, March 11 – March 19, 1958 Ecuador (28) E415 –Co512, March 19 – April 10, 1958 Ecuador, Colombia Field Collection notebook – large format 12” x 71/2” Permanent record of all collections made starting during the summer of 1932. Correll, May 18, 1938 1 – 6651, Summer 1932 – August 22, 1936 Field notebooks of John R. Notebooks return to previous larger size.) Book 15: 2887 – 3009, June 2 – 14, 1967 Book 16: 3010 – 3193, June 20 – June 27, 1967 (Collected by JRC and Richard S. (2) Small notebook: Chile, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Argentina March 10 – April 15, year unknown Contains names, addresses and telephone numbers of contacts in the above countries, a list of expenses, a laundry list, some dried plant material. Plant collections Co513 – Co536 (Collected by Correll and Estrada. From 1971 to 1973 Correll served as Program Director, Systematic Biology, with the National Science Foundation in Washington, DC. Professional activities, 1936 - 1971 Approximately 90 pieces, including various letters, certificates of membership and recognition, expense records, and travel vouchers. Fernald, Director of the Gray Herbarium, letters informing Correll of his appointment as Anna C. North American Orchid Flora correspondence About 50 letters, from 1942 - 1944 Letters to and from Dr. Wherry, University of Pennsylvania; rejection letter from Wellmer Pessels, The Mac Millan Company in reference to the orchid manuscript; Dr. Mc Farlin, 1936 - 1939 16 items, mostly letters to and from Dr. Mc Farlin, Wild Life Technician and Botanist, National Park Service, in reference to orchids and ferns of Florida. Crutchfield Botanical Lab Texas Research Foundation Renner, TX Seventeen (17) books, chronological order – May 24, 1964 – July 28, 1967. 29, 1966 (Mentioned in back: younger brother Lee Correll, Window Rock, Gallup, NM; works for Navajo tribe) Book 4: 1069A – 1241, March 5 – April 1, 1966 Book 5: 1242 – 1457, April 5 – May 4, 1966 (Note: Size of this and the next 8 notebooks much smaller. Mitchell) Book 17: 3194 – 3638, June 29 – July 28, 1967 (Collected by JRC and Richard Mitchell) Field notebooks of D. Correll (1) Notebook: Bolivia, Argentina, Peru February 10, 1960 - March 31, 1960 With Graham Paxman, K Dodds and E. List of names contains a ‘Nelson Estrada, geneticist, who spent 1956 -57 at Madison.’) (3) Small notebook: 6591 – 6968, August 20 – Oct. 25, 1937 (7) Small notebook: 7934 – 8227, Aug 25 – Sept. 5 – Sept, 16, 1937 (9) Small notebook: 8533 – 9195, Sept. In 1973 he accepted a position as taxonomist with Fairchild Tropical Garden. Includes expense record of field trip to Florida, summer, 1936. Newspaper and other clippings, 1940 - 1970 Assorted newspaper clippings, magazines, articles, book jackets, photographs. Includes chemical formula for “correllogenin,” a genin yielded by wild yams and important in the making of cortisone. Correspondence Don Correll – Harvard University, 1936 – 1945 Approximately 29 pieces. Ames Scholar 1938 – 1939, a bill for 0 payable to Harvard University, various memos, a 1920 publication by the Botanical Museum at Harvard about The Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass-Models of Plants in Flower, and a copy of The Harvard Forest Models, 1936. John Watkins, University of Florida; rejection letter from G. Putnam’s Sons; Chronica Botanica; Harvard; The America Orchid Society Bulletin; Notre Dame. Five (5) publications concerning the Alaska Highway, 1942 – 1945. Note: Correll was granted a leave of absence from Harvard in 1943 to work as Associate Botanist in the Division of Plant Exploration and Introduction. (Note: Correll became head of the Botanical lab in 1956) Book 1: 1 – 334, May 24 – July 6, 1965 Book 2: 336 – 818, July 9 – Sept. Note on inside to ‘Jewel’ refers to duplication of numbers from book IV.) Book 6: 1458 – 1598, May 1 – May 26, 1966 Book 7: 1599 – 1728, June 2 – June 19/20, 1966 Book 8: 1729 – 1839, June 21 – July 21, 1966 Book 9: 1840 – 2148, July 26 – August 31, 1966 Book 10: 2149 – 2245, Sept. 24, 1936 (GA, FL, NC, SC) (4) Small notebook: 6969 – 7305, Oct. 16, 1937 – June 28, 1938 (10) Small notebook: 9196 – 10000, June 29 – Aug. There also appear to be hand-drawn botanicals, as well as some post cards of orchids. Primarily negatives and prints of orchids from the Duke greenhouse. South America trips, 1957 – 1960 Approximately 75-100 pieces; various correspondence relating to two collecting trips to South America in search of potato specimens. Includes newspaper clipping from the Durham Morning Herald with a photograph “Early Hikers on the Eno” of professor Blomquist of Duke and his students, including Correll and Helen Butts. Correll on some of his research trips to the Bahamas. Correspondence H, 1973- 1982 Various correspondence with botanists and universities. Note that the negatives in the envelopes correspond to some of the prints in the sleeves. Project was financed by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Note: In 1958, on a trip to Peru, Correll and Earl Smith discovered Solanum pennellii. Reprint of publication “The Bahama Flora” by Nathaniel Lord Britton and Charles Frederick Millspaugh, 1920. Correspondence Bo – Bz, 1973 – 1981 Sixty five items; correspondence between Helen Correll and Earl Butz, Secretary of Agriculture, concerning her appointment to the National Arboretum Advisory Council in 1974; a 1945 holiday card made from a photograph by Clair Brown, LSU (see Folder 015). One hundred forty one (141) items, including extensive correspondence with Dr. Hill who worked as a graduate assistant in the Herbarium for Dr. Also includes a reprint of an article “Mutton in the Day’s Work” by Josephine de Nancrede Henry of the Henry Foundation for Botanical Research. Correspondence P, 1973 – 1982 Sixty six items of correspondence, including some with Pauline (Mrs. 31, 1947 – Jan 8, 1948 Mexico Time gap (6) 1 – 48, April 8 -10, 1953 Pinar del Rio, Cuba (7) 49 – 82, April 10 – 13, 1953 Pinar del Rio, Cuba 117A – 147, April 14 – 15, 1953 Pinar del Rio, Cuba (8) 83 – 117, April 13, 1953 Various places in Cuba (9) 148 – 158, April 14, 1953 (in back of book) Pinar del Rio, Havana 244 – 288, April 24 – 28, 1953 (in front of book) Various places in Cuba (10) 160 – 208, April 14 – 21, 1953 Cuba (11) 209 -243, April 21 – 24, 1953 Cuba (12) 289 -339, April 28 – May 6, 1953 Cuba, Puerto Rico (13) 340 -387, May 6 – 13, 1953 Puerto Rico (14) 388 -436, May 1 – 14, 1953 Puerto Rico (15) 437 - 486, May 14 – 18, 1953 Puerto Rico (16) 487 – 536, May 18 – 23, 1953 Puerto Rico, St. CORRESPONDENCE (pre 1970s) RESUME/PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES EDUCATION AND EARLY CAREER 1932 - 1943 US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 1943 – 1956 TEXAS RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 1956 - 1971 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, 1971 – 1973 FAIRCHILD TROPICAL GARDEN AND THE BAHAMAS, 1973 – 1983 FLORA OF FLORIDA, 1974 – 1992 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, 1978 – 1981 PERSONAL ACTIVITIES, 1932 – 1983 HELEN CORRELL MISCELLANEOUS AND MYSTERIES FIELD NOTEBOOKS Collections: The Cellon Collection is arranged in 10 boxes. Ames was known as the world’s leading authority on orchids. Ames and Correll were co-authors on Orchids of Guatemala. Notes could be for his dissertation (1939) and/or pre-publication of Native Orchids of North America (1950). Photographs and Negatives, 1930s – 1940s Forty seven (47) photographs, approximately 50 negatives, very few of which match up. Some are negatives of numbered plates which may be from his book Orchids of North America, North of Mexico. Twenty (20) negatives, all identified by plant name, many marked with location. Typewritten manuscript (40 pages) and handwritten notes. Reprint of review of a Correll monograph on Solanum based on his Mexico trip, 1947-1948; published 1952. Receipts and correspondence relating to a trip to Europe, 1954, to search for historic collections of specimens of wild potatoes. About 40 pages of typewritten Latin plant names with handwritten notes. Black ringbinder “Alphabetical list of families” with map of Bahamas and plant records by location. Xerox copy of field notes by Grady Webster in the Bahamas, #10273 - #10958, July 4 – August 9, year unknown. Dust cover of Flora of the Bahama Archipelago; two copies of printer’s proof of the Preface with handwritten corrections; a typewritten paper entitled Alachua Orchids by William A. Bahama Flora – Lubrecht & Cramer, 1980 – 1985 Approximately 126 items, mostly correspondence between Correll and Harry Lubrecht and Jorg Cramer about the publication of Flora of the Bahamas Archipelago.

He was placed in the Division of Plant Exploration and Introduction (the office established by David Fairchild in 1898) as an understudy to O. After being commissioned as a Lt.(jg) and training at Princeton University , he was designated an Armed Guard Officer and assigned to protect convoy ships taking supplies to the European theater of war and to Hawaii. Donovan Correll Correspondence, 1968 – 1972 Filed alphabetically by correspondent.Pictures and negatives, some of which have been printed in one or another of his books or papers, are included.Files also include an extensive autobiography, Notes from a Singing Plant Explorer.Subsequently, Correll took a position at the Harvard University Botanical Museum and worked with Oakes Ames to compile a manuscript on the orchids of Guatemala; at the same time he expanded upon his dissertation work to include the orchids of North America north of Mexico. Subject matter mostly about specimens and publications. Johnston, 1956 – 1969 Approximately 93 pieces, several with multiple pages. Johnston was teaching at Harvard when Correll did his graduate work. Merrill, 1938 – 1947 Approximately 28 pieces, letters and post cards between Correll and Dr. Correspondence Don Correll – John Popenoe, 1967 – 1979 Approximately 28 items including letters in reference to a speech Dr. Also included is a copy of The Congressional Record, the actual bill itself (S. Various correspondence, 1941 Sixty items, letters and postcards to and from various botanists including Clair Brown, LSU.The early years of World War II Correll continued at Harvard. Approximately 26 of the letters to and from Holmgren refer to work on Flora of the Bahama Archipelago and specimens of Bahamian plants sent to NYBG in exchange for books and other materials. Photocopies of book jacket signed by President Johnson and a program from a Beautification Award Luncheon hosted by Mrs. Includes itineraries of collecting trips they took together, a remembrance of Dr. Correll made at the Garden, Correll’s employment at Fairchild Tropical Garden and plans/proposals for Flora of the Bahama Archipelago. Ralph Yarborough, 1965 – 1971 About 40 pieces, including letters between Correll and Sen. Includes photocopy of Louisiana Ferns and Fern Allies by John Thieret which cites work by Brown and Correll published in 1942. Various correspondence, 1971 – 1973 Thirty three (33) items including the closing of the Texas Research Foundation at Renner; the Texas Organization for Endangered Species; letters about plant identification, including one specimen; letters to and from Russian botanists L.In 1956 Correll became Head of the Botanical Laboratory, Texas Research Foundation, in Renner, Texas, where he continued his explorations for wild species of potato in Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, and Ecuador. Also includes a newspaper clipping sent May 1, 1939 to Correll describing orchid hunting in Connecticut. Douglas, 1966-1967 Twenty (20) letters in reference to the publication of Justice Douglas’ book Farewell to Texas, a Vanishing Wilderness, which Dr. (Bob) Godfrey, Professor of Biological Science at Florida State University. Correspondence L – thirty five (35) letters; Correspondence M – thirty two (32) letters plus Informational Bulletin No. 3, 1943 (Alaska) (14) Small notebook: 12143 – 12244, Aug.

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