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Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation

Research and Imaging Services

The Bibliography Department makes its reference services accessible to everyone. We provide bibliographical reference and research assistance to all serious inquirers.

Some of the collection is available for on-site use, while some of the collection is too fragile for public use. Much of the data collection is not yet digitized, so providing images or PDFs would not necessarily be possible in some cases. As most of the collection is raw data and therefore of little artifactual value, it is unlikely that there would be much interest in anything beyond the content of the information; but we are keen to satisfy any reasonable requests.

Benjamin Waterhouse, M. D., The Botanist, Being the Botanical Part of a Course of Lectures on Natural History, Delivered in the University of Cambridge together with a Discourse on the Principle of Vitality (Boston, Joseph T. Buckingham, Winter-Street, 1811, no. 13, p. 134, [William Curtis]), HI Library call no. D6 W326b.