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Bee culture

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

#804 Bee Keeping and Honey, circa mid-1970s

 Item — Reel 804
Scope and Contents

WKAR Reporter Roger Brown interviews Ethelbert "Bert" Martin, Apiculturist in the MSU Entomology Department, at the apiary on the university's farms to discuss beekeeping. Brown then meets Martin to discuss the production of honey at Michigan State.

Dates: circa mid-1970s

Ethelbert (Bert) C. Martin papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-17.257
Scope and Contents

“The Bee and Me” is a narrative story written by Ethelbert (Bert) Martin intended for his children to describe his life and jobs. He also discusses the function of bees and their importance in nature.

Dates: undated

Frank Benton papers

Identifier: UA-17.438
Scope and Contents The Frank Benton papers include academic correspondence, newspaper clippings which discuss apiculture, Benton's work in Ceylon (Sri Lanka), the 25th Annual Meeting of the North American Beekeepers Association and miscellaneous poems and writings, papers from the Association, a Japanese translation of his book The Honey Bee, personal notes, and a cash book for the Carnolian Apiaries (1899-1900). Of note are personal manuscripts by Benton on topics such as the...
Dates: 1879 - 1915