Horticulture -- Study and teaching
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a letter from H. R. Hunt of the Michigan State University Zoology department, an Michigan State College School of Science and Arts newsletter from 1953, and reprints of papers relating to horticulture and nutrition.
The Elnora and Richard Leyes collection contains class notes and course material from Michigan State College (now Michigan State University), National Sales and Management Rally for Florists Lectures for 1951 and 1952, as well as a small amount of biographical information and history of the Janesville Floral Company. The class materials include horticulture, landscape architecture, as well as botany, chemistry, entomology, business accounting and other classes.
The papers of Emily Kilbourne consists of five volumes of class notes pertaining to pomology, cooking, and horticulture. Pomology and horticulture were taken with Professor Ulysses P. Hedrick.
The collection contains notes dated June, July and August 1929 and appear to be from a course in the history of horticulture. Frederick C. Bradford taught a graduate course titled "History and Literature of Horticulture" that was offered in the winter and summer of that academic year.
The collection consists of a program from the Ninth Annual Fruit and Flower Show, announcements for the Annual Spring Show and printouts from the Club's website regarding the history of the club and officers for the 2008-2009 year.