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WILLIAM BYWATER GROVE PAPERS (1924-1928)
2.5 linear inches (1 box)
Bywater Grove (1848-1938), a mycologist, was born in Birmingham, England.
He was headmaster of the Birmingham School for Boys from 1887 to 1900,
and later was Lecturer in Botany at Birmingham Municipal Technical School,
1905 to 1927. As a mycologist, he was the Honorary Curator of the Fungus
Herbarium at the University of Birmingham. His published writings include
The British Rust Fungi (Uredinales) (1913) and British stem-
and leaf-fungi (Coelomycetes) (1935). He translated into English the
mycological treatise of Louis Rene and Charles Tulasne, Selecta Fungorum
Carpologia (3 volumes, 1861-1865). William Grove died January 6, 1938,
at 89 years of age.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
The William Bywater Grove collection consists of correspondence and
a typescript translation of the Tulasne brothers' Selecta Fungorum Carpologia,
published by Oxford University Press in 1931.
Series 1: Typescript
Series 2: Correspondence
Series 1 Typescript
2.5 lin. in. Paginated.
In this series are 3 files containing a translation of Selecta Fungorum
Series 2 Correspondence
Three items. Arranged chronologically.
This series consists of 3 letters from Grove to Dr. Howard Kelly, author
of American Medical Biographies (1920), who underwrote some of the
costs of the translation.
Processed April 1999 by David Rose under a grant from
the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) PA-23141-98 and a grant
from the Harriet Ford Dickenson Foundation.
For more information and a complete description contact:
Susan Fraser, NYBG
The LuEsther T. Mertz Library
The New York Botanical Garden
Bronx, NY 10458-5126
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