Collection HIL - Olive Hilliard collection

Identity area

Reference code

GB235 HIL

Title

Olive Hilliard collection

Date(s)

  • 1826 - ? (Creation)

Level of description

Collection

Extent and medium

at present, one folder (more to list in the future)

Context area

Name of creator

(1925-present)

Biographical history

Name of creator

(1913-2008)

Biographical history

Archival history

folder relates to how to use the Drege herbarium at RBGE. Hutchison at Kew taught Burtt to use it and he, in turn, taught Hilliard.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Henry Noltie

Content and structure area

Scope and content

one folder entitled 'Olive Hilliard's notes on the complex herbarium specimens of J.F. Drège from South Africa' containing "The Innocent's Guide to the Collections of Drege, Ecklon and Zeyher", reprints and copies of reprints: Drege, Ecklon and Zeyher, 'Numbered collecting stations/Standorter-Verzeichniss der von C.L.Zehyer in Sudafrika gesammelten Pflanzen'; Ecklon, C.F. 'Plants found in the District of Uitenhage...1829-30' from South African Quarterly, 1830; Drege, Witteberg, etc; Drege, J.F. 'Standorter-Verzeichniss der von J.F.Drege' - "Drege Area 1" and "Drege Area 5b"; "Drege's Journeys"-Kirby, Percival R 'Early Professional Museum Collectors in South Africa' in South Africa Museums Association Bulletin, 1942; 'Herbarien der sudafrikanischen aussertropischen Flora zu haben bei J.F. Drege...in Hamburg'
Hilliard's Botanical pencil illustrations are held in the Archives: 16 A4 binders covering Scrophumariaceae to Manuleae; Pseudo-selago; Selago; Gesneriaceae; Agalmyla; and one box of Streptocarpus. (shelf J:1:1)

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Accruals

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Conditions governing access

open

Conditions governing reproduction

permission required from RBGE

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Physical storage

  • Shelf: E:3:2
  • Shelf: J:1:1