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Collecting Minnesota's Plants In 1884 Warren Upham's Catalogue of the Flora of Minnesota was published as part of the previous year's progress report of the state's Geological and Natural History Survey. " In addition, he acknowledges the help of many collectors from whom 25 The Minnesota Years (1872-1884) A lakeside road in Douglas County, near Alexandria, Minnesota, ca. 1895. Terry was an active collector in Alexandria and around the lakes and in the outlying areas of Douglas County. (Audio-Visual Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St.
14 No letters or other written records are now known to tell us what Emily thought about her art school experience or what aspects of the course she found most enjoyable or most profitable. 15 In view of the scarcity of information pertaining to her year in New York and the years immediately following, Emily's surviving paintings, each labeled with place and date, are no longer just artworks. They become in addition important biographical documents. As we turn to them for clues, we are not disappointed.
She often had Emily Terry in her flower garden in front of Hubbard House, Smith College, ca. 1905-9. (Courtesy of Arthur W. ) the companionship of the Reverend George H. Gilbert, whose son, Arthur, as a small child in the first decade of the 1900s, recalls seeing them on their botanical outings: "Mrs. Terry was a frequent and welcome visitor. She and my father . . "10 Terry was rewarded with particular botanical success on at least two such occasions. In brief published notes she reported her discovery of two species new to Massachusetts.
A painted herbarium : the life and art of Emily Hitchcock Terry, 1838-1921 by Terry, Emily Hitchcock; Smith, Beatrice S.; Terry, Emily Hitchcock