Fonds 74-008 - Francis J.A. Morris fonds

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Francis J.A. Morris fonds

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  • 1909-1950 (Creation)
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    Francis J.A. Morris

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1.2 m of textual records
12 photographs
6 maps

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Francis J.A. Morris (1869-1949) was born in a parsonage near the town of Crieff, in Perthshire, Scotland. Living in the country, he developed a passion for nature very early in life, and, with his brother, Charles, he enthusiastically investigated the various forms of flora and fauna in the countryside. Morris' father died when he was thirteen, and the family was forced to move to a suburb of London. There he entered Dalwich College to study the Classics and English Literature, and with his brother and a friend, continued to make excursions into the country to collect insects. Through his studies, Frank developed an interest in Darwin and the theory of evolution. Later, he continued his study of the Classics and English Literature at Balliot College, Oxford. His encounters with Wordsworth's poetry added to his own emotional feelings towards nature. In 1895, at the age of twenty-five, Frank Morris came to Canada and attended the School of Pedagogy in Toronto. There, he came under the influence of Dr. William Brodie who introduced him to Canadian natural history. In 1896, Morris joined the staff of Smith's Falls High School. There, the science teacher taught Morris some basic scientific botany and the use of identification keys. In 1899, he returned to Toronto to carry on more pedagogic study. By 1900, he had become the Classics Master at Trinity College School in Port Hope. He spent thirteen years there, during which time he married Miss Elma Walker. In 1911, he attended the University of Toronto to take a Master of Arts Degree and a Specialists Certificate in Classics. In 1913, he was appointed to the staff of the Peterborough Collegiate Institute, where he first taught Classics and later became head of the English Department. He remained in this position until ill health forced him to retire in 1936. Francis J.A. Morris died 31 December 1949.

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This fonds was in the custody of Mrs. G. Graham, of Peterborough, before it was donated to the Trent University Archives.

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The fonds consists of the correspondence and manuscripts of the Peterborough author and teacher, Francis J.A. Morris, primarily relating to his interests in botany, entomology, and classical and modern literature. The papers include both prose and poetry selections, some of which are unpublished. Morris wrote for diverse journals, among them the Canadian Forum, and the Canadian Entomologist. Also among the papers are published copies of some of his works, and copies of the works of other authors, mainly in the field of natural science and botany or entomology. There are photographs included, some of which are reproduced here.

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The fonds was donated by Mrs. H. Graham.

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The fonds is arranged into six series: personal correspondence 1913-1934; published papers and articles; manuscripts of articles-published and unpublished; articles of other scholars in Morris' papers; miscellaneous lists, manuscripts and maps; and personal bibliographies and field notes.

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SERIES A: PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1913-1934

(date and sender indicated)

Box 1

Folder 1: no date

  1. World-Wide, n.d.

  2. Department of Education, n.d.

  3. A.M. Going, n.d.

  4. E. C. Holmes

  5. Douglas Leechman, National Museum, Ottawa, Editor, Canadian Field-Naturalist

  6. Women's Canadian Club, Orillia, n.d.

  7. Louise G. Baetzel, Pittsfor, New York, n.d.

  8. American Geographical Society, Isaiah Bowman, Director, n.d.

  9. The Winnetaska Canoeing Camps, Ashland, New Hampshire

10-25.Various photos, announcements, n.d.

Folder 2: Correspondence, 9 January, 1913 - November 13, 1924

  1. 9 January 1913, Gray Gerbarium, Harvard University

  2. 10 September 1915, Department of Mines, CANADA, re: Pellaea deusa

  3. Smithsonian Institute, re: Woodsia scopulina D.C. Eaton, 3 November, 1915

  4. 5 November 1915, Smithsonian Institute, re: specimen of Woodsia

  5. 22 November 1915, Smithsonian Institute, acknowledgement of specimen of Woodsia

  6. 10 January 1916, Smithsonian, re: Woodsia

  7. 6 June 1916, Smithsonian Institute, acknowledgement of specimens

  8. 28 December 1916, W.E. Saunders, London, re: Ornithological library

  9. 31 August 1917, Smithsonian Institute, re: specimens of Salvia and Utricularia

  10. The University of the State of New York, State Botanist's Office, 6 December 1918, re: reprints of papers by Morris

  11. Ibid., re: reprint of "Man's Attitude to Nature", 30 December 1918

  12. Ibid., re: reception of plants sent by Morris, 20 February 1919

  13. 30 March 1919, F.J. Ivey, re: Life History of a Hobby Horse

  14. 21 June 1919, W. E. Saunders, re: orchids

  15. 10 March 1920, W. N. Stewart, Renfrew, re: botanical interests

  16. 6 May 1920, W. E. Saunders, re: putty root, lacera, pagonia

  17. 15 May 1919, W. N. Stewart, re: orchids

  18. 1 November 1920, Department of Mines, Geological Survey, Botanical Division, re: plant types and their location in Ontario

  19. J. M. Dent and Sons, re: subscription to Hudsen Memorial Fund

  20. 16 July 1923, J. A. White, re: plants mentioned in a letter of Morris': H. blephariglotlis, H. leucophaea among others

  21. 24 June 1924, Oakes Ames, re: malais paludosa

  22. Department of Mines, Victoria Memorial Museum, 13 November 1924, re: orchids and their location in Ontario

Folder 3: Correspondence, 9 October 1925 - 29 December 1926

  1. 9 October 1925, The University of Chicago, Department of Botany, re: Orchids

  2. 4 December 1925, The University of Chicago, Department of Botany, re: Malaxis

  3. 22 December 1925, W. E. Saunders, re: Lady Slipper (a place) and Phlox Subulata

  4. 13 December 1925, Oakes Ames, re: listera auriculata

  5. 28 December 1925, Edward H. Clarkson, re: dryopteria dilatata

  6. 29 December 1925, Department of Mines, Victoria Memorial Museum, re: collections of Gentians and Saxifrage

  7. 8 February 1926, Department of Mines, Victoria Memorial Museum, re: golden-crowned Sparrow

  8. 19 March 1926, D. of Mines, V.M.M., re: mammal books for the West

  9. 12 April 1926, Canadian National Railways, Director of Publicity, re: Gypsying through the Tonquin

  10. 16 April 1926, Department of Mines, V.M.M., specimens of Gentiana

  11. 13 May 1926, Charles Scribner's sons, re: forthcoming book

  12. 22 May 1926, Department of Mines, V.M.M., re: malaxis paludosa, corallorhiza odontorhiza, listera australis, epipactis tessalata, E. ophioides, E. menziesii

  13. 4 June 1926, The University of Chicago, The Botanical Gazette, re: Malaxis and Lake Supprise

  14. 4 June 1926, Albert E. Lownes, re: Triphora trianthophora

  15. 7 June 1926, W. E. Saunders, re: Candidum and Odontorhiza

  16. 10 June 1926, Albert E. Lownes, re: corallorhiza odontorhiza spiranthes vernalia and others

  17. 11 June 1926, W. E. Saunders, re: Arietinum

  18. 22 June 1926, McColl's Fair and Gift Shop, Owen Sound, taly-poo

  19. 4 July 1926, re: botanical, interests

  20. 9 July 1926, Canadian National Railways, Directory of Publicity, re: transportation to Port Arthur

  21. 13 July 1926, Albert E. Lownes, re: triphora, spiranthes vernalia

  22. 29 July 1926, same, re: habenaria ciliaris, triphora, epipactis pubescens, spiranthes vernalis and others

  23. 20 August 1926, Albert E. Lownes, spiranthes vernalia

  24. 30 August 1926, same, re: S. vernalia, triphora

  25. 9 September 1926, same, as usual

  26. 9 October 1926, Department of Mines, V.M.M., re: Botrychium lunaria

  27. 11 October 1928, E. P. Fiarks (?), upper Sydenham, newsy letter

  28. 29 October 1926, from 'Biddy', Bristol. Family letter

  29. 29 October 1926, Royal Botanic Gardens, re: habenaria albida

  30. October 1926, sympathy letter

  31. 21 October 1926, H. Mousley, re: botanical interests

  32. 26 October 1926, from 'Biddy'

  33. 7 November 1926, re: qumnadenia albida

  34. 22 November 1926, The University of Chicago, Department of Botany, re: orchid malaxis paludosa

  35. 1 December 1926, Royal Botanical Garden, Edinburgh, re: habenaria albida

  36. 29 December 1926, Department of Mines, V.M.M., re: birds of Western Canada

Folder 4: correspondence, 2 March 1927 - 30 December 1928

  1. 2 March 1927, Royal Botanical Garden, Edinburgh, re: Cypripedium passerinum

  2. 10 March 1927, Gray Herbarium, Harvard University, re: Morris' communication on passerinum

  3. 1 April 1927, Universite de Montreal, Marie-Victorin, re: passerinum and Ontario locations

  4. 25 July 1927, Dominion of Newfoundland, High Commissioner's Office, flora of the island

  5. 27 September 1927, Gray Herbarium, Harvard, re: habenaria straminea

  6. 25 October 1927, Universite de Montreal, re: cypripedium passerinum

  7. 3 November 1927, Gray Herbarium, re: habenaria albida

  8. Ibid., same -- 21 November 1927

  9. 14 December 1927, J. E. Richards, Newfoundland, re: trip to Newfoundland

  10. 17 December 1927, Alex Boyd, Edinburgh, newsy letter

  11. 5 March 1928, E. R. Peacock, London, re: articles of Morris

  12. 5 April 1928, "Charles", botanical interests

  13. 27 April 1928, Universite de Montreal, re: trip to Mingan Islands

  14. 2 May 1928, re: same

  15. 16 May 1928, re: calypso and Mingan Islands flora

100.16 June 1928, H. S. Bell, re: cypropedium arietinum

101.11 June 1928, A. Boudreau, re: Mingan Isles

102.17 June 1928, Blythebrae, botanical interests

  1. 18 June 1928, Universite de Montreal, re: Mingen Isles

  2. 1 July 1928, membership American Nature Association

  3. 3 September 1928, Smugglers Notch

  4. 25 Sept. 1928, Charles MacNamara, re: his orchids and Morris' book

  5. 27 Sept. 1928, obituary notice of William Charles Forrest in the Times

  6. 8 October 1928, P. McKay, re: Williams Art Association

  7. Ibid., same, 9 October 1928

  8. 16 October 1928, Charles MacNamara, re: his orchids

  9. 11 October 1928, Universite de Montreal, re: recent trip to Mingan Islands, photos, etc.

  10. 18 October 1928, Department of Lands and Forests, Algonquin Provincial Park, rent on lease

  11. 28 November 1928, from "Charles"

  12. 27 December 1928, Margaret E. Hall, newsy letter

  13. 30 December 1928, The Battle Creek Sanitarium, re: orchid hunting

Folder 5: correspondence, 7 January 1929 - 31 December 1929

  1. 7 Jan. 1929, F. and E. Stoneham, City Booksellers, London, re: books requested

  2. 15 Jan. 1929, Department of Mines, National Museum of Canada, newsy

  3. 17 Jan. 1929, Women's Canadian Club, Orillia, re: their program

  4. 28 Jan. 1929, Memorial University College, forthcoming expedition

  5. 31 Jan. 1929, Canadian National Railways, Director of Publicity, re: Morris, stories

  6. 11 Feb. 1929, Women's Canadian Club, Orillia, invitation to speak

  7. 12 Feb. 1929, CNR, re: contributions to magazines

  8. 13 Feb. 1929, The Battle Creek Sanitarium, re: botanists

  9. 15 Feb. 1929, The School, re: article

  10. 22 Feb. 1929, Clarke Square and Mills, re: legacy of W. C. Forrest

  11. 22 Feb. 1929, Dept. of Mines, National Museum of Canada, re: upcoming trip

  12. 23 Feb. 1929, CNR, re: transportation for his trip

  13. 25 Feb. 1929, Dept. of Mines, National Museum of Canada, re: upcoming trip

  14. 26 Feb. 1929, C. Amory, re: invitation to Matamek River

  15. 28 Feb. 1929, J. P. Richards, Newfoundland, re: visit to the straits

  16. 1 March 1929, Gray Herbarium, re: orchids

  17. 6 March 1929, C. Amory, re: disappointment re Morris' turning down invitation

  18. 8 March 1929, CNR, articles for publication

  19. 15 May 1929, E. A. Moxley, re: visit to Owen Sound

  20. 17 May 1929, F. and E. Stoneham, City Booksellers, London, re: linaeus genera plantarum

  21. 17 May 1929, Charles MacNamara, re: news about flowers

  22. 14 June 1929, Gray Herbarium, re: Morris' upcoming book

  23. 15 June 1929, Oaks Ames, re: book, Enumeration

  24. 27 June 1929, Ame's assistant, re: habenaria, cleistes, malaxis, etc.

  25. 10 August 1929, Ames, re: gift to Morris' book on orchids

  26. 27 August 1929, Ames, re: treatment of genera

  27. 26 Sept. 1929, assistant to Ames, re: letter of 27 June

  28. 2 October 1929, Ames, re: Nature

  29. 8 October 1929, Assistant to Ames, re: Orchidaceae

  30. 16 October 1929, "Charles" re: P. and O.S.N. Co.

  31. 29 October 1929, Gray Herbarium, newsy

  32. 11 Dec. 1929, A. P. Saunders, re: New Flora and Silva journal

  33. 17 Dec. 1929, W. Tyrrell and Co., on the new book

  34. 17 Dec. 1929, Copp Clark and Co., agents for book

  35. 17 Dec. 1929, Wil, news

  36. 17 Dec. 1929, H. W. Child, on book congratulations

  37. 23 Dec. 1929, University College, Toronto, Principal's Office, congratulations

  38. 23 Dec. 1929, Public Library of Toronto, congratulations

  39. 23 Dec. 1929, Dept. of Agriculture, Entomological Branch, regrets for missing him

  40. 24 Dec. 1929, University of Toronto Library re: order of book

  41. 24 Dec. 1929, The New Flora and Silva, on articles for journal

  42. 28 Dec. 1929, Isobel Hardie, congratulations

  43. 25 Dec. 1929, Dept. of Entomology and Zoology, Ontario Agricultural College, re: notice of book

  44. 26 Dec. 1929, R. E. Sebring re: illustrated circular about book

  45. 26 Dec. 1929, Albert E. Downes, congratulations

  46. 27 Dec. 1929, Ontario Dept. of Education, Office of the Minister, congratulations

  47. 26 Dec. 1929, F. Grahame Orchard, congratulations

  48. 27 Dec. 1929, University of Toronto, President's Office, congratulations

  49. 27 Dec. 1929, The MacMillan Co. of Canada, re: their interest in the book

  50. 30 Dec. 1929, Ontario Dept. of Education, Public Libraries Branch, congratulations

  51. 30 Dec. 1929, General Editor of Text Books, Ontario Dept. of Eductation, congratulations

  52. 31 Dec. 1929, OSSTA, review of book pending

  53. 31 Dec. 1929, W. A. Deacon, re: book, order

  54. 31 Dec. 1929, Charles Scribner's Sons, re: copy for MacMillan

  55. 31 Dec. 1929, Gray Herbarium, congratulations

  56. 31 Dec. 1929, Martin Burrell, re: MacMillans

  57. 24 Dec. 1929, Charles Scribner's Sons, re: reviews

Folder 6: Correspondence, January 1, 1930 - January 29, 1930

  1. Christmas Card

  2. 1 Jan. 1930, J. L. Paton, Memorial College, enthusiasitc about book

  3. 2 Jan. 1930, H. Mousley, removal card

  4. 2 Jan. 1930, Ontario Dept. of Education, Office of the Deputy Minister, promotion of book

  5. 2 Jan. 1930, review of OLR

  6. 5 Jan. 1930, H. M. Denslow, review for Torreya

  7. 6 Jan. 1930, Major Parr, congratulations and interest

  8. 6 Jan. 1930, H. J. Massington, congratulations

  9. 7 Jan. 1930, Mrs. McKay, re: Book

  10. 7 Jan. 1930, E. R. Peacock, re: circular of book

  11. 7 Jan. 1930, Albert Romeike and Co., The Reliable Press Clipping Bureay, re: reviews

  12. 7 Jan. 1930, The Spectator, re: reviews

  13. 7 Jan. 1930, Ontario Dept. of Education, Public Libraries Branch, re: list of nature books

  14. 7 Jan. 1930, The MacMillan Co. of Canada, re: their treatment of book

  15. 8 Jan. 1930, W. A. Deacon, lost copy of book

  16. 8 Jan. 1930, Vancouver Technical School, newsy

  17. 9 Jan. 1930, J. M. Dent and Sons, review in everyman

  18. 11 Jan. 1930, C. R. Tahmidine, re: circular

  19. same

  20. 11 Jan. 1930, The Carnegie Public Library, Ottawa, order of book

  21. 12 Jan. 1930, French Creek W. Va. Maurice Brooks, re: book, congratulations

  22. 14 Jan. 1930, The Canadian Forum, re: Review

  23. 14 Jan. 1930, the Sullivant Moss Society, The Bryologist, congratulations

  24. 15 Jan. 1930, 15 Jan. 1930, Margaret E. Hall, congratulations

  25. 15 Jan. 1930, Gray Herbarium, criticism of the text

  26. 15 Jan. 1930, H. Mousley, re: different reviewers

  27. 15 Jan. 1930, The Copp Clark Co. Ltd., re: book for Deacon

  28. 15 Jan. 1930, The Master, Balliol College, thanks for book

  29. 16 Jan. 1930, H. G. Rugg, New Hampshire, congratulations

  30. 16 Jan. 1930, Charles Scribner's Sons, circumstances with MacMilland and copies of illustrations etc.

  31. 16 Jan. 1930, Albert E. Lownes, his review

  32. 16 Jan. 1930, E. F. Bigelow, The Agassiz Ass'n. congratulations

  33. 17 Jan. 1930, Collegiate Institute Lindsay, congratulations.

  34. 19 Jan. 1930, Ames, congratulations

  35. 21 Jan. 1930, W. E. Saunders, congratulations

  36. 21 Jan. 1930, Edward Narnett, congratulations

  37. 24 Jan. 1930, Denslow, re: book and flora

  38. 24 Jan. 1930, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard, re: the nomenclature of naturalists

  39. 29 Jan. 1930, The Canadian Forum, review

Folder 7: correspondence, 1 February 1930 - 29 May 1930

  1. 1 Feb. 1930, Maurice Brooks, common outdoor interests and the Mingan Islands

  2. 2 Feb. 1930, The Canadian Press, re: reviews

  3. 4 Feb. 1930, The New Flora and Silva, congratulations

  4. 7 Feb. 1930, University of Toronto, Dept. of Botany, congratulations

  5. 10 Feb. 1930, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, re: book order

  6. 10 Feb. 1930, The University of Western Ontario, President, congratulations

  7. 11 Feb. 1930, Jonathan Cape Ltd., re: handling in England

  8. 13 Feb. 1930, The University of Western Ontario, President, congratulations

  9. 14 Feb. 1930, Huntly Gordon, re: botanical situation

  10. 16 Feb. 1930, Kathleen Runnels, interest in book

  11. 16 Feb. 1930, E. A. Moxley, interest in book

  12. 17 Feb. 1930, The Canadian Press, General Manager, interest in book

  13. 18 Feb. 1930, L. Stevenson, Oshawa, news

  14. 18 Feb. 1930, W. B. Hart, Perth, news

  15. 19 Feb. 1930, The Carnegie Public Library, Ottawa, congratulations

  16. 25 Feb. 1930, The New Flora and Silva, re: cyprepedium guttatum

  17. 25 Feb. 1930, J. Harry Ebbs, re: Algonquin Park

  18. 25 Feb. 1930, W. E. Saunder, congratulations, additions

  19. 28 Feb. 1930, Women's Canadian Club, Orillia, re: address

  20. 28 Feb. 1930, W. A. Deacon, re: copy of book

  21. 2 March 1930, The Canadian Press, General Manager, re: review

  22. 2 March 1930, Miles F. Burrows, news

  23. 7 March 1930, Gillett's Fern and Flower Farm, re: cypripediums

  24. 7 March 1930, Elliott Nursery Company, re: cypripedium

  25. 9 March 1930, J. G. Witton, congratulations

  26. 11 March 1930, C. B. Tahourdin, orders of book

  27. 12 March 1930, J. M. Dent and Sons, publishing in London

  28. 14 March 1930, re: write-ups etc., from Ames

  29. 14 March 1930, C. Amory, re: visit to Labrador

  30. 14 March 1930, The New Flora and Silva, photographs?

  31. 14 March 1930, Canadian Legion Washington, re: book

  32. 15 March 1930, Charles Scribner's Sons, re: review copies

  33. 20 March 1930, The General Theological Seminary, reviews

  34. 21 March 1930, Charles MacNamara, congratulations

  35. 23 March 1930, R. A. Clark, Springfield, Mass., congratulations

  36. 24 March 1930, The School, congratulations

  37. 24 March 1930, Photo Flowers, re: orchids

  38. 25 March 1930, The Canadian Field-Naturalist, re: reviews

  39. 27 March 1930, Royal Botanic Gardens, congratulations

  40. 28 March 1930, Upper Canada College, congratulations

  41. 31 March 1930, "Charles" congratulations

  42. 4 April 1930, J. H. C. Dempsey, Hamilton, congratulations

  43. 17 April 1930, R. Holmes, congratulations

  44. 17 April 1930, W. L. McLaren, congratulations

  45. 19 April 1930, C. B. Tahourdin, re: reviews

  46. 28 April 1930, Denslow, re: their correspondence

  47. 2 May 1930, Lexington Gardens, Mass., asks to buy seeds

  48. 2 May 1930, F. Holmboe, Toronto, congratulations

  49. 7 May 1930, The Wild Flower Preservation Society, re: book and flowers

  50. 9 May 1930, Strickland, asks whereabouts of arethusa and calypso

  51. 11 May 1930, Blythebrae, M. Landon, congratulations and news

  52. 15 May 1930, Eames, botanical trips

  53. 29 May 1930, Richards, re: book, congratulations and interest

Folder 8: correspondence, 13 June 1930 - April 14, 1934

  1. 13 June 1930, (Name ?) congratulations on book

  2. 18 June 1930, "Biddy" family news

  3. 14 July 1930, Canadian Authors' Association; Morris a member

  4. 29 July 1930, L. Morris, family news

  5. 23 August 1930, re: book

  6. 27 Sept. 1930, United States Dept. of Agriculture, re: book and criticisms

  7. 27 Sept. 1930, Eames, news

  8. 12 Oct. 1930, Charles Barrett, re: orchids

  9. 22 Oct. 1930, Dorothy W. Duncan, London re: plants

  10. 12 Nov. 1930, Eames, plant talk (habenaria clavellata)

  11. 3 Dec. 1930, The New Flora and Silva, re: photographs

  12. 5 Dec. 1930, L. Morris, family news

  13. 12 Dec. 1930, The General Theological Seminary, N.Y., plant finds

  14. 15 Dec. 1930, M. S. Baxter, and a newsy letter full of soppy sentimentalism

  15. 18 Dec. 1930, Calvert, London Bird Club, request visit

  16. 24 Dec. 1930, B. W. Bartlett, congratulations on book

  17. 30 Dec. 1930, Bartlett, more congratulations

  18. 1 Jan. 1931, E. R. Peacock, New Year's Greetings

  19. 2 Jan. 1931, W. L. McLaren, thanks for photographs

  20. 18 Nov. 1931, Botanical Museum, Cambridge Mass., transcript received of Lady Slippers of Eastern North America

  21. 6 Dec. 1931, Eames, botanical finds and friendly news

  22. 14 Nov. 1933, Gray Herbarium, re: Botrychia

  23. 29 March 1934, same, criticisms of Morris and book

  24. 14 April 1934, Harvard University, Botanical Museum re: a criticism of Morris' use of habernaria stiminea and others

Folder 9: correspondence from Edgar J. Wherry, University of Pennsylvania: concerning botanical finds, Morris' book, Morris' strip, friendly news

  1. 23 July 1926

  2. 30 August 1926

  3. 6 October 1926

  4. 19 October 1926

  5. 1 November 1926

  6. 14 December 1926

  7. 1 March 1927

  8. 27 March 1927

  9. 6 April 1927

  10. 1 October 1927

  11. 11 October 1927

  12. 18 November 1927

  13. 9 March 1928

  14. 26 May 1928

  15. 5 July 1928

  16. 18 July 1928

  17. 26 July 1928

  18. August 1928

  19. 17 August 1928

  20. 24 September 1928

  21. 6 October 1928

  22. 8 March 1929

  23. 16 April 1929

  24. 26 May 1929

  25. 23 November 1929

  26. January 1930

  27. 23 January 1930

  28. 27 March 1930

  29. 13 May 1930

  30. 17 December 1930

Folder 10: correspondence, 1941

  1. 4 March 1941, Charles Scribner's Sons, royalty statement

  2. 31 July 1941, Royal Ontario Museum of Zoology TO, Report of Entomology Society

  3. 1941: Canadian Conservation Association, Annual Meeting Agenda

SERIES B: PUBLISHED PAPERS AND ARTICLES

Folder 11:

Algonquin Days, Nature Study Review 18 (1922)

Beetles Found About Foliage, The Canadian Entomologist, 43 #4, April 1911

Belated Guests, The Canadian Field-Naturalist 34, February 1920

The Bending of a Twig, The Canadian Forum, 3 #25, 1922

The Bending of a Twig, The Canadian Forum, 3 #26, 1922

Bladderworts of Ontario, The Canadian Field-Naturalists, 36, 1922

The Boy and the Angel, The School, 5-#9, 1917

The Boy and the Angel, The School, 5 #10, 1917

Club Mosses, The Ottawa Naturalist, 24, 1911

Chrysomelians of Ontario, Canadian Entomologist, 44

Chrysomelians of Ontario, Canadian Entomologist, 46, 1914

Fern Hunting in Ontario, The Ottawa Naturalist, 24, 1910

Gleanings in Fernland, The Ottawa Naturalist, 29, 1915 - 1916

Gypsying Through the Ionquin, Canadian Field-Naturalist, 40 #4, 1926

Lady Slippers of Eastern North America, The New Flora and Siluce, 3, 1931

Man's Attitude to Nature - address to Teacher's Federation

Folder 12:

A Nature Lover's Library, The School, 19, #9, 1931

Orchids of Ontario, Ontario Natural Science Bulletin, 1910

Our Wild Flowers - A Plea for Protection, Federation of Ontario Naturalists Publication #3, 1939

Articles from Popular and Practical Entomology Series, The Canadian Entomologist:

The Centenary of Kirley and Spence's "An Introduction to Entomology," 47, 1915

Familiar Haunts, 52, #4, 1920

Dog Days, 51 #3, 1919

Life History of a Hobby Horse - 3 parts, 53 #1, 36, 53 #9

A Red-Letter Day, 50 #4, 1918

A Visit to Niagara Glen, 48 #9, 1916

Popular Science for the Public Library, Ontario Library Review, 7 #2, 1922

The Quarrel Scene in Julius Caesar, The School, 24 #9, 1936

A Reading of "Love Among the Ruins," The School, 5 #7, 1917

A Reading of "Love Among the Ruins," The School, 5 #8, 1917

Some Comments on Upper School Poems, The School, 20 #4, 1931

Folder 13:

Some Guests at the Banquet of Blossoms, The Canadian Entomologist 41 #12, 1909

Through Nature's Realm, A Survey of Science, Ontario Library Review (reprint) November 1922

A Trip to Rondeau and Pelee, The O.A.C. Review, 35 #11, 1923

W. H. Hudson - The Man, The Canadian Forum, 3 #27, 1922

W. H. Hudson, The Naturalist (1841-1922) The Canadian Field Naturalist 38 #243, 1924

W. H. Hudson - The Writer, The Canadian Forum, 3 #28, 1923

The Wizard of the North, 1771-1852, n.d. n.p.

Poetry: A Breathing Spell, The Canadian Entomologist, 51 #1, 1919

Day Dreams

The First Hepatica

A Master Mind, "Guide, Philosopher and Friend"

Poems, The Canadian Forum, 2 #22, 1922

Folder 14: Newspaper articles:

Childe Roland, The Peterborough Examiner

Charles Dickens, The Peterborough Examiner, 24 November 1934

Sodi Out of Doors, The Peterborough Daily Review, 27 January 1917

Nature Study, An Address to the Durham Teachers' Convention, The Port Hope Weekly, 3 June 1904

Seventy Species of Wild orchids grow in America - An Address to the Women's Art Association, Peterborough Examiner, 15 July 1930

The Use of Books (paper given in the Peterborough Institute), Peterborough Evening Examiner, 16 April 1919

Reviews of Our Wild Orchids, by Frank Morris and E. A. Eames

Albert E. Lownes - typescript and carbon only

The Common Weal, 6 #5, 1930, p.207

Everyman, 23 January 1930

Literary Journal, 11 January 1930

New York Tribune, 2 February 1930

Ontario Library Review, 14 #3, February 1930, p. 65, 68, 90-91

Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation Bulletin #10, 1 & 2 February - March 1930

Peterborough Examiner, 16 Dec. 1929; 10 Jan. 1930; 6 April 1948

The School, 18 #9, May 1930, p.846-847

Toronto Globe, 11 January 1960

Saturday Night, 15 March 1930, p.34-35

New York Times, 5 January 1930

Toronto Mail and Empire, 4 March 1930

Torreya, 30 March 1930, p.21-22

World-Wide, 6 February 1930, 229

SERIES C: MANUSCRIPTS OF ARTICLES - PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED

Folder 15: ms. - parts of "Algonquin Days" typescript - Lady Slippers of North America
(Added in 2016: a handwritten manuscript titled "Algonquin Days", October 1921, by "F.J.A. Morris"; donated through the generosity of Mr. John Ponech)

Folder 16: ms. - Introduction to Nature Study, 23p., pencil

Folder 17: ms. - Browning - ms. A, 1-18, 4-8 ms. - notes for love Among the Ruins, 3 p., pencil

Folder 18: ms. - notes on A Reading of Love Among the Ruins, 10 p., pencil

Folder 19: ms. - 'Balley 15' of A Reading of Love Among the Ruins, autographed, 12 p., pencil

Folder 20: typescript - Our Wild Flowers - A Plea for Protection - Our Ontario Woods 35 p. plus 2 p.

Folder 21: typescript - Our Wild Flowers - A Plea For Protection - Our Ontario Woods - with thanks, dedication, foreword, table of contents and appendices, 48 p. total, signed "F. M's Copy"

Folder 22: ms - Fresh Woods and Pastures New, 26p. pencil ms - notes on Kirby and Spence's Introduction to Entomology, 1p., pencil draft of letter to editor, Popular Entomology, re: Kirby and Spence, 7p. pencil

Folder 23: typescript - Fresh Woods and Pastures New, for Popular and Practical Entomology, 2 copies, 12p. each, 1st copy blue type, 2nd copy black type, each copy corrected with pencil notes

Folder 24: typescript - nature lovers at Jasper, 13p.

Folder 25: ms. - The Heart of a Woodpile (July 1916), (Sept. - Oct. 1917), in pencil, with corrections, 10p.

Folder 26: ms. - The Heart of a Woodpile, (1 for January or February 1918, Canadian Entomologist), pencil, 10p.

Folder 27: ms. - A red-letter day, Part I (July 2, 1917) (Sept. - Oct. 1917), in pencil with corrections, 9p.

Folder 28: ms. - A Red-Letter Day, Part I (for April or May [1918], Canadian Entomologist), pencil, 10p.

Folder 29: ms. - A Visit to Niagara Glen, (for Canadian Entomologist, April 1916), pencil 14p.

Folder 30: ms. - W. H. Hudson - The Man, memorial written for The Canadian Forum, pencil, 24 p. Elapsed time notations on page 1 indicate this was also given as an address

Folder 31: two typescripts - W. H. Hudson, The Man, 1841 - 1922 a) first copy, 12 p., pencil corrections, elapsed time notations b) carbon copy, 12 p. pencil corrections, elapsed time notations and 'printed copy' notation.

Folder 32: typescript - The Wizard of the North - a memorial to Sir Walter Scott, originally drafted 1932, corrected in pencil, 1937, 21 p.

Folder 33: ms - preliminary rough notes, discussions and digressions re: Boy and Angel, with literary, theological and artistic arguments. References to Brow 'Childe Noland'

Folder 34: ms - Introduction to 'Woodland Haunts', pencil, corrections, 5p.

Folder 35: ms - A Nature Lover's Library - pencil, 16p. ms - Realms of Gord - more on the library, 2p.

Box 2

Folder 36: ms - address on Anthony Trollope - pen and ink, with pencil notations, 26 p.; typescripts carbon of same piece, with corrections, 19p.

Folder 37: ms - The Art of William Wordsworth, pencil, 27p.

Folder 38: ms - The Art of William Wordsworth, pen and ink, 18p.

Folder 39: ms - Introduction to J. M. Barrie, the Scotch Humorist, pencil, 5 p.

Folder 40: ms - draft of J. M. Barrie, The Scotch Humorist

Folder 41: ms - Bliss Carman, biographical outline, literary criticism, in pencil, 21 p.

Folder 42: ms - Camping in Algonquin, pencil, with corrections, 34 p.

Folder 43: ms - Castlereagh's Policy of Realpolitilc, pen and ink, with corrections and annotations, 10 December 1920, 17p.

Folder 44: ms - Browning's Childe Roland, in parts, all pencil:
1) Ballad in Fear, 2p.
2) Circumstances of Composition, 2p.
3) Why does not Browning's poem go beyond the twilight's arrival at the Dark Tower? 3p.
4) Method - Sililoquy or Monologue, 1p.
5-6) Browning's Purpose, 5p.
7) Failure in Romance, 6p.
8) Local Colouring of Medievalism, 2p.
9) Raw Materials and Unconscious Memory, 1p.
10) Miscellaneous on medieval mind, superstitions, 4p.
11) List of Suggested topics in Chlide Roland, 3p.
12) Points for detailed discussion, 1p.

Folder 45: Three ms. on Browning's Childe Roland, all pencil:
a) rough draft, 'Synopsis of Childe Roland', 9p. corrected
b) rough draft, 'Synopsis of Childe Roland', 17p. corrected
c) 'Childe Roland', a finished draft, 11p.

Folder 46: ms. on - A Comedy of Errors, pencil, corrections

Folder 47: ms. on - A Comedy of Errors, pencil, some corrections, 19p., Sept. 1917

Folder 48: typescript (carbon) - A Comedy of Errors, corrected, 19p. Sept 1917

Folder 49: typescript (carbon) - A Comedy of Errors, corrected, 19p. Sept. and Nov. 1917

Folder 50: ms. and typescripts of A Cuckoo in a Robin's Nest a) pencil ms., 10p., elapsed time notation b) first typed copy, 6p., includes 3p. c) two carbon typescript copies of 'A Cuckoo in a Robin's Nest' and 'Mary's Little Lamb'

Folder 51: two typescripts on Charles Dickens, each corrected a) black type - 23 p. b) blue type - 31 p. plus 2 pages (20 and 21) from a draft of the Dickens paper, in black type, with corrections.

Folder 52: ms. on 'Disraeli's Foreign Policy, 1874-1880', pen and ink

Folder 53: ms - 'An Entomologist in Camp 'or' An Entomologist in Algonquin', pencil, with corrections, 19p.

Folder 54: typescripts - 'Heart and Head in Shakespeare Study', with corrections, elapsed time notations, 30 p.

Folder 55: typescript - 'Heart and Head in Shakespeare Study', without corrections, labelled "B2", 29p.

Folder 56: typescript - 'Heart and Head in Shakespeare Study', without corrections, labelled "B3", 29p.

Folder 57: typescript - 'Heart and Head in Shakespeare Study', incomplete, with duplications, 37p.

Folder 58: ms - 'Imperialism in Ancient Times', in pencil, with corrections, 11p.

Folder 59: ms - 'Jane Austen' - literary criticism, in pencil, with corrections, 25 p.

Folder 60: typescript - 'The Lure of the Wild Flower', with 4p. pencil, 1 April 1940, 14p. (Biographical data in text)

Folder 61: typescript - 'The Lure of the Wild Flower', incomplete, 10p.

Folder 62: ms - 'Mary's Little Lamb', pencil, with elapsed time notations, 6p. See also folder 60.

Folder 63: typescript - 'Roff and Linnet, Chain and Cage', carbon copy with corrections and elapsed time notations, 6p. (Reverse of last page entitled: 'Book of a Naturalist - Mary's Little Lamb').

Folder 64: ms - 'My First Visit to Algonquin', in pencil, with corrections, 19p., plus a draft poem in pencil, 1p.

Folder 65: typescript - 'Nature Lovers at Jasper', blue type, 2 copies. a) 13p. b) 17p., last page tattered

Folder 66: notes, ms - 'Revisiting Algonquin', in pencil, with corrections, 18p.

Folder 67: typescript - 'Old Wives' Tales', with pencil corrections, 26p.

Folder 68: ms - 'The Origin of Tragedy', in pencil, with corrections, 22p., plus 1p. notes at start of piece.

Folder 69: typescript - 'Outline of Modern Belief' (on man's readjustment in time and space in the light of scientific advances), with corrections, 20 p.

Folder 70: ms - 'Plato's View of Poetry', in pencil, with corrections, 15p.

Folder 71: ms - 'Rabbi Ben Ezra', in pencil, with corrections, 8p.

Folder 72: typescript - 'Report on Insects for the Year 1915 about Peterborough', with corrections, 9p.

Folder 73: draft, ms. and typescript of Morris' 'Report to the Royal Society of Canada', of activities of the Entomological Society of Ontario for 1915-1916. Ms. in pencil, with corrections, 6p. typescripts, 3p.

Folder 74: ms - 'Robert Louis Stevenson', in pencil, with notes, 18 p. Written at Trinity College School, Port Hope.

Folder 75: two typescripts
a) 'The Book of a naturalist - Mary's Little Lamb', with corrections and elapsed time notations, 3p. (see also folder 62);
b) 'Roff and Linnet - Chain and Cage', 2 copies, 6p. each, (see also folder 63).

Folder 76: typescript - 'Rudyard Kipling, 1965 - 1936', with corrections, 39p.

Folder 77: typescript carbon of paper on Kipling, with correctio;ns, 39p.

Folder 78: Notes and ms. - 'Epistle of Kanshish', pencil, 8p.

Folder 79: ms - 'Verses for Forward and Spring o' the year', pencil 10p. ms - 'Man's Part in Nature', 'The First Hepatrica', and Merry April' are included

Folder 80: ms. and typescript - 'The Wook of Desire', for the Entomoligical Society of Canada, October 1916. ms pencil, 16p. typescript, corrections 10p. Biographical details in text.

Folder 81: ms - 'The Use of Books - A Study in the Value of Words', pencil, with corrections, 14p. (Address to Teachers' Association, 1914)

Folder 82: typescript - 'Woodland Lures (a)', 3 copies all corrected, 20 p. each. For Peterborough Teachers' Association, with biographical details.

Folder 83: typescript - 'Woodland Lures (b)', 25 November 1938, corrected, 15p. For Guelp Entomologists, with biographical details.

Folder 84: bound ms. of poem - 'The Bell', with illustrations, 10p.

Folder 85: typescript and ms. (bound) of drafts of the poem - 'On a Woodland Trail', pencil, pen and ink, and type, 12 p. ca. August 1940, plus 1p. subscription list at end

SERIES D: ARTICLES OF OTHER SCHOLARS IN MORRIS' PAPERS

Folder 86: Articles of Edgar T. Wherry, University of Pennsylvania:

Chasing Chelones, Barotnia 10 (1927-8), 1-22

Our Native Phloxes and their Horticultural Derivatives. The National Horticultural Magazine, July 1935, 209-231.

Native Orchids, American Orchid Society Bulletin, December 1933, no pagination

The Eastern Veiny-leaved Phloxes, Bartonia 15 (1933), 99-113

A Variety of Phlox ovata from the Alabama Mountains, Bartonia 16 (1934), 112-120

The Eastern Long-styled Pholxes, part 1, Bartonia, 13 (1931), 16-53

The box huckleberry as an illustration of the need for field work, Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 61 (February 1934), 81-84

The Bowmans Hill State Wild Flower Preserve, The Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 8 (1934), 34-37

Fern Field Notes, 1935, American Fern Journal, 25 No.4 (1935), 123-126; 26, No.4 (1936), 127-131, 141-142

Southern Occurrences of Dryopteris Clintoniana, American Fern Journal, 27, No.1 (1937), 1-5

Two Plant-Geographic Notes, The Journal of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Club, 2, No.1, (1937), no pagination

Fern Field Notes, American Fern Journal, 24, No.4 (1934), 97-104

Notable Pennsylvania Ferns, Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 11 (1937), 52-54

Temperature Relations of the Bunchberry, cornus canadensis L. Ecology 15, No.4 (1934), 440-443

The Ranges of our Eastern Parassisas and Sedums, Bartonia n.d.

Polemonium and Polemoniella in the Eastern States, Bartonia n.d.

Variants of Some Appalachian Aspleniums, American Fern Journal, 26, No.3 (1936), 77-86

Save our Wild Flowers, The December Scientific Monthly, 1931, 535-539

Folder 87: Various articles of other scholars:

Additions aux Cyperacees de l'Amerique de Nord, F. Marie Victorin, Contributions de Laboratoire de Notanique de l'Universite de Montreal -- No. 15, 1929

A description of Cypripedium Passerinum, Otto E. Jennings, Annals of the Carnegie Museum, 12, Nos. 2-4 (1919), 343-345

Librairie generale de l'Enseignement add for illustrated volumes on Flora of France, Belgium and Switzerland

Lingua Mortua, N. W. DeWitt, The Classical Journal, 31, No.1 (1935) 5-16

Listera Australis Lindl. in the Province of Quebec, H. Mouslay, The Canadian Field, Naturalist, 54, No.7, (1940), 95-96

Nature and its Conservation. Toronto Field Naturalists Club, 1940

Monographie und Iconographie der Orchideen Europas und des Mittelmeergebietes, Keller and Schlechter, Repertorium specierum nov. regni vegetabilis. 1938 (5 separate issues)

Folder 88: Articles of other scholars - academics:

The Orchid, The Peterborough Nature Club, October 1961

Orchids of Michigan, M. J. Bingham, Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bulletin No. 15, March 1939, with references to Morris' book Our Wild Orchids.

The Passenger Pigeon in Ontario, M. M. Mitchell, Publications of the Royal Ontario Museum of Zoology, No. 7, n.d.

Peloric Flowers in Cypripedium reginae Walt., J. T. Curtis, The American Midland Naturalist, 25, No. 3, (1941), 580-583

Phleothamnion Confervicolum, Lagerheim, and its First recorded appearance in Great Britain, F. L. McKeever, Transactions and Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh, 24, Part 3 (1911), 176-181

Popular and Practical Entomology, A Day's Beating, C. A. Frost, The Canadian Entomologist, 52, No. 2 (1920), 25-30

The Pteridophytes of West Virginia, M. G. Brooks and A. S. Margolin, The West Virginial University Bulletin, 39, No. 2 (1938)

Quelques resultats statistiques nouveaux concernant la flore vasculaire du Quebec, F. Marie-Victorin, Contributions du Laboratoire de Botanique de l'Universite de Montreal, No. 26, 1935

Folder 89: Miscellaneous articles:

Recent Discoveries in the Newfoundland Flora, M. L. Fernald, Rhodora, 35 (1933)

Southern Ontario Birds, W. E. Saunders, Bird-Lore, 37 (1935), 322-328

Sur in Botrychium nouveau de la flore americaine et ses rapports avec le B. simplex, Marie-Victorin, 1927

Ta Grammata, W. Kirkconnell.

The Weeds of Ontario, Ontario Dept. of Agriculture, Bulletin 409, (1940)

What about Hawks?

Folder 90: Bulletins, reports, lists, re: botanical interests:

Proceedings of the Sixteenth Convention of the Association (Canadian Education Association), 1934

The Canadian Entomologist, 68, No. 9 (1963)

Ibid., 71, No. 4 (1939)

The Canadian Field Naturalist, vv. 42 (1928), 54 (1940), 55 (1941)

The School, May 1939

Folder 91: Bulletins, Reports, Lists re: botanical interests:

Ontario Dept. of Agriculture, Reports of the Entomological Society of Ontario, 1900-1937

Reports of the Horticultural Societies, 1932 - 1936

Folder 92: Bulletins, Reports, Lists re: botanical interests:

Rhodora, Journal of the New England Botanical Club, August, October, November 1927, March, April, May 1928

Report of the American Museum of Natural History, for the year 1935

Royal Ontario Museum of Zoology, Bulletin 6 (1936), 9 (1940)

The Zoological Society of London, Guide to the Gardens and Aquarium - Regents Park, n.d.

Wild Flower, Wild Flower Preservation Society, April 1, 1930 (v.7, no.2)

Wild Flower Conservation Week in the Schools of British Columbia, 1937

SERIES E: MISCELLANEOUS LISTS, MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS

BOX 3

Folder 93:

  1. Peterborough Nature Club, membership, 1941 - 1942

  2. Teacher's Pocket Diary, 1926 - 1927

3-4. Address lists, member of Balliol College, 1931, 1934

Folder 94: Miscellaneous journals:

  1. Teacher's Federation Bulletin, Octover 1951

  2. Newsletter, Canadian Federation of University Women

  3. Sunney Lyme Regis, official guide 1957

  4. Ontario Library Review, Nov. 1949 (v.14 #2)

  5. P.C.V.S. Anniversary Yearbook, The Echoes, 1939

  6. Federation of Ontario Naturalists - Bulletins, #28 (1943), #31 (1945)

Folder 95: Obituaries and letters of recommendation:

11-14.The Canadian Field-Naturalist, 1950 (vol. 65, no.4), obituary

  1. The Bulletic of the OSSTF, February 1950, obituary

  2. Sympathies of the Master of Balliol College, Oxford

  3. Federation of Ontario Naturalists, April 1950, obituary

  4. Fed. of Ontario Naturalists, annual meeting, Peterborough, Feb. 1957, obituary

19-21.no indication of paper: obituaries in newspapers

  1. Saturday Night, 31 January 1950, obituary

  2. Peterborough Examiner, editorial, 4 January 1950

  3. Peterborough Examiner, 5 January 1950, an appreciation

Folder 96: Letters of recommendation and testimonials from various academics:

25-27. letters of recommendation and testimonials from various academics

Folder 97: Maps, records:

  1. general soil and climatic map of southern Ontario

  2. Road map of the County of Bruce

  3. The Story Map of Scotland

  4. Index map Eastern Canada, 1920

  5. Index map Western Canada, 1911

  6. British Columbia, 1923, showing lines of mean annual precipitation

  7. les pages de Victor Hugo, poemes I, record 33 1/3 rpm

  8. les pages de Victor Hugo, poemes II, record 33 1/3 rpm

  9. les pages de LaMartine, meditations poetiques, record 33 1/3 rpm

  10. Dedication to Dr. William Brodie, 1831 - 1909

  11. Folder of pictures (some by Charles MacNamara of Arnprior) NOTE: Oversize items are in Box 1, on top

Folder 98: Copies of writings and papers:

  1. Regional gathering of Federation of Ontario Naturalists

  2. 'My Hobby Horse', and 'Day Dreams', copy

  3. 'Algonquin Days' - copy

  4. 'Life History of a Hobby Horse, part one' - five copies

Folder 99: Miscellaneous:

  1. botanical specimens from C. J. Meyer, Liverpool, England

44-45. from M. J. Gillen, member of War Industries Board, 'The Acid Test of Democracy is Here'

  1. Accountant's report, estate H.J.B. Williams, Port Hope, 1 Sept. 1882

  2. establishment of sanctuaries in Ontario - report on

  3. memo book with letter to Board of Directors, Teachers' Superannuation Fund, Toronto - draft

SERIES F: PERSONAL

BOX 4

Folder 100:. Calypso, May 1919

Folder 101: Christmas exams, 1915-1917; nature memos

Folder 102: description and drawings of Henalectis spicata, 1929

Folder 103: English literature notebook, on A.R. Wallace, Kipling and Shakespeare. Nature Study, July 1929

Folder 104: notebook re: Algonquin Park, Buffalo trips, 1920

Folder 105: Orchid tribes and genera

Folder 106: notes on orchids, descriptions, specimens, with tables of contents of diaries and notes, 1926

Folder 107: further notes, etc. on orchids, 1924-1926

Folder 108: address re: plant types (carefully outlined systems of families and tribes, 1934)

Folder 109: bibliography, diary notes, re: Hobby Horse and others

Folder 110: book memos, departmental exams, teaching schedule, n.d.

Box 5

Folder 111: ms - notes on Anthony Trollope's life and works, pencil and pen

Folder 112: ms - notes on classical poetry in pencil

Folder 113: a clipped article on W. H. Hudson, with Morris' notes

Folder 114: catalogue and accessions lists, PCI Library 1917 - 1926, pencil

Folder 115: catalogue and accessions lists, PCI Library 1927 - 1928, pencil

Folder 116: accessions list, PCI Library, 1933, plus address list

Folder 117: draft ms. of report to Royal Society of Canada (1917) of Entomological Society of Ontario

Folder 118: miscellaneous notes, including pencil lists of published and unpublished works

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