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Jaffrey, Andrew Thomas

  • GB235 JAF
  • Series
  • 1860

•GB235 JAF/1: Folder containing Mary Beresford's genealogical research into Andrew Thomas Jaffrey, her Great Great Grandfather - contains biography and copies of letters and documents from numerous sources.
•GB235 JAF/2: Copy of “Hints to the Amateur Gardeners of Southern India” by Andrew Thomas Jaffrey, 1860 held by the British Library.

Jaffrey, Andrew Thomas

Norman E.G. Cruttwell photographs; Flora of Papua

  • GB235 CRU
  • Series
  • 1954

19 photographs, mainly of plants including orchids - Sarcochilus, Dendrobium, Spiranthes, Aeginetia, Dipodium, Impatiens and Rhododendron

Cruttwell, Rev. Norman Edward Garry

Photographs attributed to David Sydney Fish

  • GB235 DSF
  • Series
  • 1900 - 1906

47 photographs / studies of members of RBGE staff, mainly gardeners / probationer gardeners, some named, but many not.
Names include David Sydney Fish (x2), W. Douglas, Murray, David Wilkie, James D. McKenzie, James Esplin, D.M. Ross, William Ritchie, H.B. Anderson, Andrew R. Cosh, Thomas Sherlock, Douglas Law, William Fernie and Alexander Reid.

Fish, David Sydney

Photographs by George T. Malthouse

  • GB235 GTM
  • Series
  • 1890 - 1899

3 photographs taken at RBGE by George T. Malthouse in the 1890s, all showing the transportation of trees around RBGE: Araucaria imbricata, Quercus cerris and Crataegus oxyacantha, all with gardeners around the transporter.

Malthouse, George T.

Photographs owned by Stuart F. Hayes relating to the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

  • GB235 HSF
  • Series
  • 1937 - 1949

The photographs cover a wide variety of activity at RBGE and many were used in the book 'How the Garden Grew' by L. Paterson. There are student groups, work in the Rock Garden c.1938-39, the Palm House, shots around the garden including snow clearing, staff/students prior to the Second World War including Henry W. Moseley, William G. Webster, James G. Crabbe, W.S. Neil, John E.G. Beach, Ronald J. Smith and also Jack Roberts. Trip to Loch Lomond (Guild?), Laboratory Shots and Jack Roberts dressed up as the Rag Queen on May Day 1948.

Hayes, Stuart F.

Popular History of Palms by B. Seebold, presented to Robert Lewis Harrow in 1893

  • GB235 HAR
  • Series
  • 1893 - 2017

One book, "Popular History of Palms" by Berthold Seeman, 1856; stamped W.H. Smith & Son Library, 186 Strand, with following inscription: "Presented to Mr R.L. Harrow by his associates in the Fernery Department, Kew, on the occasion of his leaving that establishment for Edinburgh. Royal Gardens, Kew, Jany 28 1893". Book is also stamped ex libris Anthony Huxley.
Book is in a box alongside, documentation, correspondence relating to Richard Hancock's original query to RBGE in 2002 and his bequest in 2016-7.

Hancock, Richard

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