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Two folders containing articles by Charles Barnes, one letter and a book by Barnes.
Charles Reid Barnes was born in Madison, Indiana on September 7, 1858. He graduated from Hanover College in 1877 and afterward studied at Harvard University. After teaching in the public schools for a few years he became a professor of Botany at Purdue University in 1882. In 1887 he left for the University of Wisconsin and spent eleven years there developing and maintaining a vigorous Department of Botany. In 1898 he became a professor of plant physiology at the University of Chicago. Prof. Barnes died from an accidental fall on February 24, 1910.
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MSF 25, Charles R. Barnes papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
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[Folder 1: Charles R. Barnes Papers, 1882-1886],
[Folder 2: Charles R. Barnes Papers, 1886-1899
[Item 1: Artificial Keys to the Genera and Species of Mosses, 1890
- Folder 1: Charles R. Barnes Papers, 1882-1886
"A Grain Of Corn," From an address delivered before the State and Delegate Boards of Agriculture at their annual meeting January 8, 1884.
Purdue University School Of Science Bulletin No. 1, issued July 10, 1886; Analytic Key To The Genera Of Mosses.
Correspondence to "My Dear Bailey", dated January 9, 1882.