Description: The botanist Carrie M. Derick (1862-1941) was the first female university professor in Canada, and became a full professor at McGill University in 1912. This photograph may have been taken by jour... more
Description: Andrewena Robinson Davis. Daughter of F. E. Robinson, owner of the Dayton drugstore. Taken during the time of the Tennessee v. John T. Scopes Trial, Dayton, Tennessee. July 1925..Creator/Photograp... more
90-105, 9B, "Portraits, Hoa-Hog"; "Marian G. Hogan was described on the reverse of the photograph as ""President of Weatter [or Wealter] Services, Inc., 41 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Massachusetts."""
Description: Taken during the time of the Tennessee v. John T. Scopes Trial. July 1925..Creator/Photographer: Watson Davis..Medium: Black and white photographic print..Dimensions: 4.25 in x 3 in..Culture: Amer... more
Subject: Hedges, Florence 1878-1956. Quirk, Agnes J. Fox, Helen Morgenthau 1884-1974. Fawcett, Edna H. 1879-. United States Dept. of Agriculture..Type: Black-and-White Prints..Topic: Women scientists. Botany. P... more
Description: Mary Agnes Chase (1869-1963) specialized in the study of grasses and conducted extensive field work in South America, often personally funding her research trips, as it was considered inappropriate... more
Description: The distinguished British botanist Kathleen Beyer Blackburn (1892-1968) taught at Armstrong College, Newcastle upon Tyne. In 1926, Science News Letter reported that "plants as well as animals have... more
Description: Trained as an anatomist, Katharine J. Scott Bishop (1889-1976) graduated from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1915 and, working with Herbert M. Evans, discovered the importance of Vi... more
90-105, 9, "Griffith, M. E.- Gros, Edmund L."; "Mary Smith Griffith was author of Gardening on Nothing a Year, which had just been published by Hale, Cushman & Flint in 1937, when this photograph was distributed."
90-105, 9, Portraits Hall (only); "Sophronia Brooks Hall (1827-1885), an 1850 graduate of Oberlin College, was mother of scientist Charles Martin Hall, who endowed an Oberlin auditorium in her honor."