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Warren C. Wilson Western Alpines Project Lantern Slides, 1936-1938

Image included in the article "Collecting Western Alpines by Air" by Warren C. Wilson. The image is captioned "The 'mighty' collectors on the slope of Fremont Mt.; Burroughs Mt., in the center across the valley and
				impressive Mt. Rainier in the distance."

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The Warren C. Wilson Western Alpines Project Lantern Slides consist of photographs made by Wilson during a 1936 alpine plant collecting trip in Colorado and Washington. Wilson graduated from Cornell University and was a plant propagator and nursery owner in Maplewood, Oregon, specializing in alpine flora.

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Quantity

0.05 cubic foot, including 9 photographs; 2 boxes

Related Papers

Other photographs of Mount Baker and Mount Shuksan are available in the Wanda Gifford Photographs (P 218-SG 4). The Special Collections & Archives Research Center houses many collections documenting botany in Oregon and Washington including the Helen M. Gilkey Papers (MSS GilkeyH), Oliver Matthews Collection (MSS Matthews) and Oliver Matthews Photograph Collection (P 118), and the Herbarium Records (RG 117) and Photographs (P 093).

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