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1 Farlow, William G[Ilson] Bibliographical Index of North American Fungi. Vol. I Part I. Abrothallus to Badhamia. Issued Sept. 1, 1905.
Washington Carnegie Institution of Washington 1905 First Edition Hardcover Good+ 
Carnegie institution of Washington publication No. 8. Xxxviii, 312 pages, newly rebound in cloth, very good. No more volumes were published. From the preface: "The present Bibliographical Index owes its origin to the fact that in 1874, when the writer returned from Europe where he had spent a couple of years in the study of mycology, he found it impossible to ascertain what species of fungi were known to occur in the United States. " From the Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: "William Gilson Farlow, 1844-1919, American botanist, b. Boston, grad. Harvard, 1866. His chief contributions were made in the study of cryptogamic and parasitic plants. Many eminent botanists received their training in his Harvard laboratory. The Farlow Herbarium at Harvard is named after him. " ; Ex-Library; 312 pages 
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