Welcome to the ‘Book Market of Iraq, where books remain in the street at night because Iraqis say: “The reader does not steal and the thief does not read.” From the Library: Ancient Books Given Another Chance – Discover + Share. “Utopian visions we had about the Internet and all it would be able to do are just that: utopian visions,” says Susie Cobbledick, book conservator at the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Peter H.
Raven Library. “Electronic files don’t last very long,” she adds, “These [books] are very rare materials, many being the last or only copies still in existence.” Oudry's Painted Menagerie: Portraits of Exotic Animals in Eighteenth-Century ... - Google Books. Manual – Time Capsule. Step 2 The query for Asafoetida also gives results in the Naturalia tab, the part of the faceted search in the Time Capsule platform that allows browsing and search of information related to all plant species information in our system (see figure 2, below).
For a great presentation or handout at last year’s annual meeting? For different resources useful to botanical and horticultural librarians? Tools for the Plant Librarian could be the place to find this information. Note: This section is currently under development. Digital ResourcesBiodiversity Heritage LibraryThe Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Articles about botanical and horticultural librariesHassert, Rita, “The library in a public garden”, appendix E (3 p.), in: Rakow, D. & S. Past CBHL Publications – Bibliography SeriesThis occasional series of topical bibliographies prepared by CBHL members covers a diverse range of subjects.McKiernan, Gerard. 1978. Plant Libraries » CBHL. The Commons Public Photo Archives. Under "The Commons," cultural institutions that have reasonably concluded that a photograph is free of copyright restrictions are invited to share such photograph under their new usage guideline called "no known copyright restrictions.
" Photographs can be difficult to analyze under copyright law, not only because laws around the world differ with respect to scope and duration of protection, but because the photographs themselves often lack credit lines, dates and other identifying information. Libraries, museums and other cultural institutions have a great deal of experience with photographs because they frequently collect, preserve, document and study them in accordance with their nonprofit missions. However, in many instances, a cultural institution will not be the rights holder under copyright law. Therefore, it can neither grant permission to others who wish to use a photograph nor provide a guarantee that the photograph is in the public domain.
KBD: Kew Bibliographic Databases: Search page. Home - Ecology & Botany Resources on JSTOR - LibGuides at JSTOR. GeoDeepDive. Collection of botanists' autographs and biographies, 174?-189? (inclusive). - Harvard University. The Oldest Treasures From 12 Great Libraries. Taylor White Collection - Archival Collections Catalogue. Exploring the Diversity and History of Fossil Life. Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. Floras Introduction This database is an electronic distillation of a bibliography based predominantly on the records compiled for the Institute's Bibliographia Huntiana (BH) project, which was originally intended to be a multivolume printed work with a rigorously exacting bibliographic treatment of the botanical literature published between 1730 and 1840.
Some of its data was preserved electronically and has survived (in varying degrees of fidelity) the many technological developments of the past 40 years. Some larger subsets of the data were secured in, unfortunately incomplete, galley proof manuscripts intended for in-house proofreading. NYBG Archives and Manuscripts. Archives and Manuscript Collections Records of the Herbarium (RG4)BASSETT MAGUIRE RECORDS (1930-1991)ca. 65 linear feet Bassett Maguire was born on August 4, 1904 in Alabama City (Gadsden) Alabama, the son of Charles Thomas and Rose Bassett Maguire.
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Learn more and find out about remote access for Library services. Click to visit the main New York Public Library Homepage The New York Public Library Digital Collections. Library of the Gray Herbarium Archives. Jane Loring Gray (1821-1909)Papers Biography: Jane Loring Gray was born Jane Lathrop Loring in 1821.
She was the daughter of Charles Greely Loring, a prominent Boston lawyer, and Anna Brace Loring. Turning the pages - Online Gallery. BHL Resources to Support Distance Learning. Illustration of a Cactus Dahlia from Revue horticole (1908).
Contributed in BHL from the New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T. Mertz Library. Digital Collections. HomeNewberry Library: Digital Collections for the Classroom. Eastern Illinois University. California State Library. UW-Milwaukee Special Collections. DPLA Botany. Botanical Links /National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.
Conserving Harper’s Three-for-One Field Book. Though a large part of our collections are flat—that is, they are unbound materials as opposed to bound, three-dimensional objects—a significant group of our holdings do live in bindings and book structures (some of my previous blog contributions have dealt with books, but none with as great a degree of intervention). These present additional challenges not found in treating documents, including: Opening the door to a place of plants and privilege. The interior of the Mellon estate and library in Upperville, Va. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post) After they married in 1948, the philanthropists Paul and Rachel Lambert Mellon began collecting art in earnest, though their tastes followed their own distinctive interests.
Paul Mellon, consummate equestrian and Anglophile, favored 18th- and 19th-century British paintings of landscapes and horses. “Bunny” Mellon, gardener, landscape designer and Francophile, was drawn to French paintings of flowers and idyllic scenes. Together the couple also collected Impressionists and Post-Impressionists and by 1966 had amassed enough paintings to lend almost 200 to the National Gallery of Art for an exhibition of French pictures. An Oak Spring Flora by Oak Spring Garden Foundation. Oak Spring Garden Foundation - Meet our Staff: Head Librarian Tony Willis talks sharing the Oak Spring Garden Library Collection.
The big project we’re working on now is getting the collection into OCLC (Online Computer Library Center,) where it can be even more accessible for students and scholars, so we've just hired (Database and Catalogue Specialist) Melissa Harris . . . I think what we're going to try to come up with is some sort of structure, or plan, as to how we should digitize everything - whether to do it by subject, whether we put more onto our website, whether we work more online exhibitions. Down the road, because we're a member of the Council on Botanical Horticulture Libraries, I'd like to see this collection participate in whatever they do... that exposes us and it shows the world what we have, and in terms that can promote more scholarship and more study. You’ve been working with these books for a long time - how does it make you feel to see them digitized?
Oak Spring: Google Arts & Culture. Dumbarton Oaks Rare Books. Sources for Garden and Landscape Studies — Dumbarton Oaks. Archive of American Gardens This archive, housed in the Smithsonian Institution's Horticulture Services Division, offers landscape designers, historians, researchers, and garden enthusiasts access to a collection of approximately 60,000 photographic images and records documenting historic and contemporary American gardens. Arnold Arboretum Archives, Harvard University. Discovering Wonders. The Smithsonian has released more than 2.8 million images you can use for free. The Smithsonian Institution is releasing 2.8 million high-res images from its massive collection into the public domain, putting them online for anyone to use and download for free.
The open-access online platform will include 2D and 3D images from its 19 museums, nine research centers, archives, libraries, and the National Zoo, Smithsonian Magazine reports. NYPL Digital Collections. Search Home - Search Yale Digital Content. OPenn: Read Me. Virtual Library (Publications Getty) First Mondays in the NYAM Library Collections: July 2020. Online Resources for Taxonomic Research » Botanics Stories. Names and Nomenclature When tracking down published scientific names, and their places of publication, IPNI, The Plant List and Tropicos are the three primary websites. Behind the Scenes at the Library: Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Library. Report by Sarah Louise McDonald, Sheriff Court Librarian. Giovanni Marsili. A considerable part of Marsili's book collection is dedicated to botany, above all understood as the study of the effects of plants on human health, for centuries the foundation of medical art. Archive contents and research. Norwich’s botanical secrets and surprises. John Innes Historical Collections. Orchid Collections. Trinity College, Dublin: Fagel Collection. Regensburgische Botanische Gesellschaft. Digitalizzazione Manoscritti Biblioteca Vaticana. Linnaean Annotated Library - The Linnean Collections. The Linnean Society at Home. Stuck at home? View cultural heritage collections online – Open Objects. British Library Shared Research Repository launched in beta - Living Knowledge blog. The Royal Society of Medicine.
Digitised Collections from the Library and Archives - Natural History Museum London. The Library and Archives collection. Collection Origins Research Effort: Seed Savers. Seed Library Locator Map. Concord Seed Lending Library - Concord Seed Library.