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Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation

Exhibitions Online

Fragments from the Botanical Frontier: Cultural History from Archives

1 July – 30 September 1999

This exhibit explores how botany was executed in the westward-moving North American frontier and the importance of archives in documenting that history. Fragments from the Botanical Frontier was a joint project between the Hunt Institute and the Missouri Botanical Garden and hung at the XVI International Botanical Congress in Saint Louis in 1999. This online exhibit is hosted by the Missouri Botanical Garden; by clicking this link you enter their site.

Agnes Scott Train with a string of rainbow trout, Lamoille Lake, Ruby Mts., Nevada, August 1940, photograph by Percy Train, HI Archives portrait no. 4.