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0000ua269 Guide to the Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Kentucky) negatives, 1895-1948 0000ua269 Finding aid prepared by Processed by Jennifer Howard and Kevin Geisert in June 2006 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist.; machine-readable finding aid created by Eric Weig University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 2005 This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2012-08-16T11:28-0400 Description is in English. Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Kentucky) negatives 0000ua269 University of Kentucky Special Collections 9.9 Cubic feet 61 boxes 1895-1948 Field and laboratory images from the Departments of Entomology and Botany in the Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Kentucky, 1895-1948. University of Kentucky. College of Agriculture. Agricultural Experiment Station. (Kentucky) Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Conditions Governing Use note The materials in this collection, due to either their age or origin, reside in the public domain. University of Kentucky Special Collections and Digital Programs retains physical property rights to this collection. Preferred Citation note 0000ua269: [identification of item], Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Kentucky) negatives, University of Kentucky Archives. Biographical/Historical note The Kentucky Agriculture Experiment Station was established in Fayette County in September, 1885, after President James Patterson and two Board of Trustees members attended a meeting in Washington, D.C.; at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in which representatives from state agricultural colleges discussed the need for scientific, experimental, agricultural research. Roughly a dozen other state colleges had established experiment stations as part of their agriculture departments, and Patterson urged that Kentucky follow suit. This trend preceded the official legislation passed by Congress in 1887, known as the Hatch Act, which called for every state to establish agriculture experiment stations associated with the state agricultural college, and provided federal funding for those experiment stations. Following this act, the experiment station became officially and legally known as the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, federally funded, controlled by the state of Kentucky, and housed in the University of Kentucky Agriculture department. Less than a year after the experiment station was established, the Kentucky General Assembly enacted a law regulating the properties of fertilizers to be sold in the state, making the Experiment Station responsible for the analysis and labeling of the approved products. This was the first regulatory activity assigned to the Agricultural Experiment Station, but more responsibility would follow as other regulations were passed, so that by 1918, the Experiment Station was regulating fertilizers, livestock feed, seeds, nursery products, as well as foods and drugs. Through its involvement with regulation, and also through the publication of bulletins explaining the results of research, the Experiment Station began to gain the trust and respect of farmers throughout the state. This relationship continued to develop and be maintained through the Experiment Station's involvement and partnership with the Kentucky Cooperative Extension service that operated at the county level. In 1910, the Experiment Station became part of the newly formed College of Agriculture of the University of Kentucky, being designated as the department for research and graduate work. The College of Agriculture also contained the Department of Agriculture, the teaching and undergraduate area, and the Department of Extension Work, the precursor to the Cooperative Extension Service. At its establishment, the Agricultural Experiment Station was given twelve acres at the edge of the campus to use as a research farm. When that land proved insufficient, the Experiment Station began purchasing additional land adjacent to the campus, growing to 230 acres by 1908 and approximately 580 acres by 1930. Also, the Experiment Station expanded into other parts of the state, obtaining two "substations" in 1925, one in Breathitt County in eastern Kentucky, and the other in Caldwell County in western Kentucky. A 600 acre farm in Owen County was obtained in 1955. Although most of the original farmland located next to the campus has been transformed into buildings, dormitories, and a football stadium, the Experiment Station continues to research on several farms in Fayette County, as well as the locations in Breathitt, Caldwell, and Owen counties, and a facility in Woodford County obtained in 1991. Since its establishment, the Agricultural Experiment Station has researched ways to improve crops, prevent diseases in both livestock and plants, and analyze and improve soils across the state. During times of crisis, such as World Wars I and II and the Great Depression, Experiment Station research was essential to increasing food production and ensuring the survival of farmers and farms statewide. Additionally, the Experiment Station partnered with the U.S. Army Medical Corps and government organizations such as the TVA to provide research and technical advice and instruction. Over the years, tobacco research was and continues to be a major area of investigation for the Experiment Station. Today, other research areas include agribusiness, international trade, food processing, nutrition, community development, and the environment. Scope and Contents note The Agricultural Experiment Station (University of Kentucky) negatives consist of field and laboratory images from the Departments of Entomology and Botany in the Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Kentucky. The images document plant and animal life in and around Lexington, Kentucky. Many of these images were used in the Agricultural reports and bulletins. See the series level scope notes for more detail. Arrangement note This collection is described at the item level and has been left according to the original numbering system and inventory. It is arranged into two series by old accession information. Note: The original envelopes that housed the negatives have been retained and are stored in two boxes at the end of the range of the collection. I. Entomology and Botany i. D ii. E iii. DF II. General Garman, Harrison, 1856-1944. Hathaway, Carrie Lee, ca. 1867-1954 Jewett, Howard H., 1884-1959. Mathews, Clarence W., 1861?-1928. Peter, Alfred Meredith, 1857-1953 Price, Walter A., 1887-1989. Ritcher, Paul O. University of Kentucky. College of Agriculture Vaughn, Erle C., 1882-1964. Agriculture--Kentucky--Lexington. Botany--Kentucky--Lexington. Entomology--Kentucky--Lexington. Entomology and Botany Department I Scope and Contents note The Entomology and Botany series consists of over 900 negatives and nearly 100 prints taken by members of the Department of Entomology and Botany of the Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Kentucky. Negatives date from 1895 to 1948, and subject matter includes crops, plant life, insects, and examples of the effects of various diseases on plants and crops. Locations include the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington, other areas in the state of Kentucky, and other states. D i Scope and Contents note Subseries D consists of nearly 700 5" x 7" glass negatives, taken between 1897-1936. The photographer, when identified, is listed in the scope note. Experiment Station Building. 1 D-3 231 Experiment Station Building. 1 D-4 232 Experiment Station Building. 9/25/1900 1 D-5 233 Professor Scovell's home at the Experiment Farm. 5/14/1907 1 D-7 234 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Insectary at the Experiment Farm. 11/2/1908 1 D-8 235 Vivarium. 1 D-10 236 Zoology Lab Department of Entomology & Zoology at the Experiment Station Building. Apr-14 1 D-12 237 Seed scarifier. 10/23/1922 1 D-13 238 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Old seed laboratory general view of workers at the Experiment Station Building. 1 D-14 239 Special Blower at the Old Seed Laborabory. Apr-24 1 D-16 240 General View of workers at the old seed laboratory. Apr-24 1 D-17 241 Special blower in the seed laboratory-seed cleaner. Apr-24 1 D-20 242 Insect breeding cages used in Vivarium Department of Entomology and Botany. 1 D-22 243 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Zoology Laboratory Department of Entomology & Zoology at State University. Apr-24 1 D-24 244 Vivarium, interior at the Agricultural Experiment Station. 1 D-25 245 Tropaea luna. 1899 2 D-76 254 Melanopus differentialis. 8/13/1906 2 D-77 255 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Dynastes tityus, natural size. 5/4/1906 2 D-81 256 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Paupae of rhinoceros beetles, natural size. 9/10/1907 2 D-82 257 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fall web worm. 6/10/1899 2 D-84 258 Samia cecropia, natural size. 1899 2 D-114 1703 Empasca mali. 7/25/1907 2 D-118 1707 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fall web worm. 6/12/1913 2 D-122 1712 Buffalo treehopper. 2/28/1908 2 D-123 1713 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Mantis Carolina. 1899 2 D-125 1715 Anthracnose. 2/10/1910 2 D-131 1720 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Anthracnose. 2/10/1910 2 D-132 1721 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Army worm on corn, natural size. 6/9/1914 2 D-134 1724 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bagworm, female, male, egg. 4/12/1906 2 D-136 1726 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Fall web worm. 6/12/1913 2 D-137 1727 One of the tortricidae & cocoon case from which it emerged. 7/28/1906 3 D-138 1728 Trees injured by a June bug. 5/24/1905 3 D-149 268 Anterior part showing pigment of lapyhgiva frigifeida 2/3/1919 3 D-153 270 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Pignut hickory in Woodland Park 4/17/1913 3 D-192 276 unidentified image 3 D-209 First growth along Barns Creek in Fayette County Sept. 1899 3 D-221 287 Adult cicada. 4/25/1903 3 D-231 290 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) 17 year locust work, Twigs stung in 1902. 5/1/1903 3 D-236 291 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Twin cells, reduced. 4/28/1912 3 D-245 351 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Twin cells, natural size. 4/28/1913 3 D-247 352 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) J.P. Moore's apiary in Morgan, Kentucky. 7/25/1916 3 D-260 355 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) J.P. Moore's Queen record in Morgan, Kentucky. 7/25/1916 3 D-261 356 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) J.P. Moore's apiary & properties. 7/25/1916 3 D-263 357 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) J.P. Moore Queen breeder in Morgan Kentucky. 7/25/1916 3 D-264 359 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Gardiner's fumigatorium in Louisville, Kentucky. 10/18/1908 3 D-275 293 Q.A. Rahm's fumigatorium in Leitchfield, Kentucky. 11/4/1908 4 D-278 294 Navy & Neuner's fumigatorium at St. Matthews. 11/2/1908 4 D-280 295 Strawberry picking at Foley's place-Clay's Mill Road. 4/30/1905 4 D-296 297 Strawberry pickers at Boxwell Fox's place in Winchester. 4/24/1905 4 D-297 298 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Strawberries, Candy, natural size at Karsner. 5/29/1905 4 D-303 299 Rot of tobacco, natural size. March 4 D-327 301 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tobacco sprayer at Plot Experiment Farm. 7/25/1902 4 D-331 302 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Tobacco plants in bottles from Dr. Peter. 2/24/1908 4 D-334 1730 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tobacco plant in bottles from Dr. Peter. 2/24/1908 4 D-336 17332 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Puerto Rican tobacco growing thru the roof of viv. 10/19/1904 4 D-337 1733 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Puerto Rican tobacco growing thru the roof of viv., planted spring of 1903. 10/19/1904 4 D-339 1734 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Tobacco fields. 4 D-342 1735 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Tobacco plants from Dr. Peter. 10/10/1907 4 D-345 1738 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tobacco on sticks in a field at the Experiment Station Farm. 9/11/1900 4 D-348 303 Tobacco on Experiment Station Farm. 8/1899 4 D-353 1745 Tobacco wagon at the Experiment Farm. 1899 5 D-354 304 Tobacco leaf affected with rot. 4/8/1901 5 D-355 1746 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tobacco leaf inoculated with tobacco bacillus. 5/24/1907 5 D-358 1749 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Puerto Rican tobacco from viv. 11/2/1904 5 D-361 1752 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Weed sprayer, which is Spraying at plots. 6/6/1907 5 D-431 315 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Weed sprayer at Marshall on Kinkead Place. May-08 5 D-437 317 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Corn ears showing how it should be filled at tips in Kansas report-copy. 8/5/1907 5 D-518 328 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Corn field in Nicholasville Pike. 9/27/1900 5 D-525 331 Hemp break. 5/10/1910 5 D-531 Hemp on Experiment Station Farm-much taller than men! 8/1899 5 D-532 Hemp cut, on ground. Man with a sythe. View of the building thru the corridor. 1902 5 D-534 Breaking hemp. 2 men, one in fore-ground, house in the background. 4/5/1901 5 D-536 Hemp stacks or shocks. 9/17/1900 5 D-537 Hemp on Experiment Station Farm. 8/1899 5 D-538 Varieties of wheat grown on Experience Farm 1900-01. Varieties listed. 9/16/1901 5 D-556 338 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Wheat varieties in Old negatives from boxes. 1897 5 D-560 339 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Mexican bean beetle, eggs on leaf. 7/18/1923 6 D-585 343 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Oats injured by Thrips. 7/12/1906 6 D-660 349 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bulletin injured by white ants. 8/15/1906 6 D-663 350 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Scale insects & eggs of katydid. 4/121906 6 D-677 361 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Scale insects. 6 D-694 377 Plate culture bacterial disease of army worm. 8/3/1908 6 D-704 392 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Army worms, larvae and adult. 5/16/1907 6 D-706 394 Bean leaf beetle and injury. 6 D-714 397 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Flea beetle injury to a potato. 1936 6 D-715 398 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Venturi tube atomizer nozzle designed by Calfee. 6 D-721 404 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) New continuous hand atomizer. 6 D-723 405 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Elm leaf beetle on the trunk of a tree at the Experiment Building. 7/10/1909 6 D-724 406 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Elm leaf beetle trap. 12/10/1908 6 D-728 410 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Hand duster. 1923 6 D-730 412 Spud for weeds-See also 513 or D-830. 4/30/1925 6 D-731 413 Box fumigator. 2/12/1901 7 D-734 416 Car fumigator. 2/12/1901 7 D-735 417 Oak knot fungus in Paducah, Kentucky. 6/22/1911 7 D-739 421 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Stag head of forest trees in Lexington, Kentucky. 8/31/1899 7 D-740 422 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Phytoptus gall on hackberry. 5/9/1907 7 D-741 423 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Flowering dogwood & bed poppies at Harrison Garman's Residence. 4/22/1925 7 D-743 425 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Phytoptus gall on hackberry (2). 5/9/1907 7 D-753 435 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Acorns of quercus in Central City, Kentucky. 1899 7 D-767 449 Nursery inspection, certificate on tag. 5/1/1909 7 D-770 452 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bronze medal (station medal for prize winner). 3/23/1915 7 D-771 453 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Nursery inspection, certificate on card. 5/1/1909 7 D-772 454 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Painting of Dr. M.A. Scovell. 3/29/1915 7 D-773 455 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Prize medals. 7 D-774 456 Bronze medal (station medal for prize winner). 3/23/1915 7 D-775 457 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Mildew of liriodendron leaves. 11/15/1911 7 D-776 458 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Mildew of liriodendron leaves. 11/151911 8 D-777 459 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Disease of growing tips of leaves of red maple. 6/15/1919 8 D-778 460 Disease of growing tips of leaves, Station grounds & twigs of red maple. 6/15/1919 8 D-779 461 Maple leaves-fungus. 8/10/1906 8 D-781 463 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Effect of sleet on UK grounds. 2/3/1902 8 D-783 465 Effect of sleet on trees on UK grounds. 2/3/1902 8 D-784 466 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Effect of sleet on elm on College campus. 2/3/1902 8 D-785 467 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Elm tree broken by sleet. 2/22/1911 8 D-788 470 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Black walnut affected with fungus in Butler, Kentucky. 10/2/1918 8 D-795 477 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Black walnut affect with fungus 10/1/1918 8 D-796 478 Effect of sleet on trees on UK grounds 2/3/1902 8 D-797 479 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) White elm twig infected with nietria (red fungus) 1899 8 D-799 482 Diseased white elm showing roots taken up on college grounds, not dead. 1899 8 D-800 483 American elm, dying on College grounds in Lexington. 8/28/1899 8 D-801 484 American elm, dying on College grounds. 1899 8 D-803 486 Roots of diseased and dead white elm on College grounds. 1899 9 D-808 491 Uncovered roots of diseased but not dead white elm on College grounds. 1899 9 D-809 492 Buds of catalpa. 4/22/1910 9 D-812 495 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Ends of catalpa. 9 D-813 496 Catalpa bignonioidis in Lexington on the University Campus. 6/12/1911 9 D-818 501 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Catalpa bignonioidis in Lexington. 6/29/1910 9 D-824 507 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Catalpa seedlings infected with field dodder in Warsaw, Kentucky. 7/8/1909 9 D-825 508 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Spuds for weeds. Jul-14 9 D-830 513 Nails, tacks, etc., from stomach of Golden King of St. Mary 60096, died 2/11/07 at John A. Middleton in Shelbyville, Kentucky. 7/9/1907 9 D-834 517 Catalpa 9 D-835 518 Blacks Fork Bridge in use. Herd of sheep have been grazing in National forest. Crossing bridge built by rangers at Summit County, Vinta National Forest, Utah. 2/14/1911 9 D-837 520 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Setting out pine trees at Dismal River, National Forest, Nebraska. 2/14/1911 9 D-838 521 Good lumbering on woodland in New York. 2/15/1911 9 D-839 522 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plantation of Scotch pine about a man's height. Started in 1902 on land that had been burned until nothing left of soil but pure sand in Franklin County, New York. 2/24/1911 9 D-847 545 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Badly infected tree, all branches girdled by blight and leaves either undeveloped or deformed. 6/27/1919 9 D-850 548 Scope and Contents note Loanded by Pennsylvania Commission Norway cuttings, burned. Jack and Norway seedlings in foreground, some killed by fire in Bayfield County, Wisconsin. 2/14/1911 10 D-851 529 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Burnt hillside in Bitteroot Natural Forest, Idaho. 2/14/1911 10 D-853 531 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fire line; heavy fire on right side of line not burned; line gave perfect protection in Michigan. 2/15/1911 10 D-854 532 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Seed trees left on lumber lands to insure reproduction in Minnesoto National Forest. Feb-11 10 D-855 533 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Buttress and feeding roots of Western Hemlock 30''diameter b.h. exposed by fire in Olympia National Forest in Washington. 2/15/1911 10 D-858 536 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Sluicing logs thru Pinchot Dam Indian Reservation in Neopit, Wisconsin. Feb-11 10 D-859 537 Treating tank near view in Chester County, Pennsylvania. 2/20/1911 10 D-860 538 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Elms on East Capitol Street between the Capitol & 11th Street in Washington D.C. 2/27/1911 10 D-862 540 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Trees killed by chestnut blight, lumber not infected by blight. 6/27/1919 10 D-867 549 Scope and Contents note Loaned by Pennsylvania Commission Maiden Blush apples from unsprayed trees at Tip Top, Kentucky. Harden County. 7/11/1910 10 D-869 552 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Maiden Blush apples from sprayed tree at O.N. Taber's place, Tip Top, Kentucky. 7/11/1910 10 D-873 553 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Sprayed Maiden Blush apple tree at Tip Top, Kentuckyy. 7/11/1910 10 D-875 555 View of orchard at Tip Top, Kentucky. 4/8/1907 10 D-876 556 Yellow Frankfurt orchard at Tip Top, Kentucky. 8/26/1910 10 D-877 557 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) O. N. Taber's Vineyard at Tip Top, Kentucky. 7/11/1910 10 D-878 558 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Hauling apple barrels at Tip Top, Kentucky. 8/26/1910 11 D-879 559 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Barrel spray pump. 3/24/1911 11 D-880 560 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Spraying orchard--power sprayer. 5/4/1912 11 D-881 561 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Spraying with lime sulphur. 8/11/1912 11 D-882 562 Spray outfit (hand). 11 D-883 563 Apple trees sprayed with arsenate of lead after bloom at Tip Top, Kentucky. 8/27/1907 11 D-885 565 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Power sprayer for nursery stock. 3/23/1911 11 D-886 566 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Hauling apple barrels at Tip Top, Kentucky. 8/26/1910 11 D-887 567 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) View of orchard at Tip Top, Kentucky. 4/8/1907 11 D-888 568 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Young orchard at Mr. Scheible's Tip Top, Kentucky. 8/27/1907 11 D-889 569 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Power sprayer for nursery stock. 3/23/1911 11 D-890 570 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Spraying on station farm. 5/3/1907 11 D-891 571 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Spraying on station farm. 5/3/1907 11 D-892 572 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) View of orchard at Tip Top, Kentucky. 4/8/1907 11 D-898 578 Loading up for spraying at Scheible's Place Tip Top, Kentucky. 5/2/1907 11 D-899 579 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Spraying at Scheible's place at Tip Top, Kentucky. 5/2/1907 12 D-901 581 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Spraying at Scheible's place at Tip Top, Kentucky. 5/2/1907 12 D-903 583 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Trees sprayed after bloom with bordeaux at Tip Top, Kentucky. 8/27/1907 12 D-904 584 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Spraying meadow with iron sulphate. 3/31/1910 12 D-906 586 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple knot disease at J.H. McDanell in Warsaw, Kentucky. 9/10/1900 12 D-907 587 Twig blight of apple. 12 D-908 588 Spot disease of apple obtained from market. 10/27/1908 12 D-910 590 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple leaf spot in Versailles, Ketnucky. 8/8/1906 12 D-911 591 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple showing spots caused by San Jose Scale. Oct-09 12 D-912 592 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bitter rot. 9/5/1906 12 D-914 594 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Apple leaf spot. 5/26/1906 12 D-915 595 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Sphaeropsis malorum (apple). 12 D-916 596 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Scab, leaf spot & curculio work in apple. 9/5/1906 12 D-918 598 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Apples from Tip Top, Kentucky. 9/14/1907 12 D-919 599 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) 2 Fall Beauty seedling apples in O. Piper Clinton, Kentucky. 9/24/1904 12 D-922 602 1/2 Fall Beauty seedling apple in O. Piper Clinton, Kentucky. 9/23/1904 13 D-923 603 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) 2 seedling apples, Fall Beauty in O. Piper Clinton, Kentucky. 9/24/1904 13 D-924 604 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Mammoth black twig Arkansas apple at W. A. Sandefur in Robards, Kentucky. 11/11/1910 13 D-930 610 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple twigs & branches affected by fungus (?). 12/14/1908 13 D-932 612 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Black spot disease of apple 11/23/1911 13 D-933 613 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Young apple tree growing out of apple at J.D. Karsner in Lexington, Kentucky. 3/1/1905 13 D-934 614 Seedling apple at Hubert Anderson in Kevil, Kentucky. 9/3/1912 13 D-935 615 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Seedling apple at Hubert Anderson in Kevil, Kentucky. 9/3/1912 13 D-936 616 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple scab at Alan Reid in Owensboro, Kentucky. 10/2/1912 13 D-937 617 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apples, bitter-rot at Alan Reid. 10/2/1912 13 D-938 618 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bitter-rot of apple. 8/2/1906 13 D-941 620 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple twig blight. 5/26/1906 13 D-943 622 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Apple twigs, abnormal growth. 1/20/1911 13 D-946 625 Mammoth black twig Arkansas apple at W.A. Sandefur in Robards, Kentucky. 11/11/1910 13 D-947 626 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cedar rust on apple. 1/13/1915 13 D-948 627 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bitter-rot of apples. 8/2/1906 14 D-949 628 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Crown gall in York Imperial apple in Jessamine County. Apr-01 14 D-950 629 Crown gall in York Imperial apple in Jessamine County. Apr-01 14 D-951 630 Stephen's choice seedling 9/5/1906 14 D-952 631 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Apple trees with and without crown gall. Aug-23 14 D-953 632 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple roots showing crown gall. 14 D-954 633 Bitter-rot of apple. 9/20/1906 14 D-957 636 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Red rust on apple. 8/2/1906 14 D-958 637 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Surface fungus, twigs of apple tree in Wayne County, B.W. Smith. 3/23/1915 14 D-963 642 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Supposed seedlings at Isaac Sheff State Line, Kentucky. 10/22/1909 14 D-966 645 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apples from O.W. Stamper in Corbin, Kentucky. 11/16/1909 14 D-970 649 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apples from O.W. Stamper in Corbin, Kentucky. 11/16/1909 14 D-971 650 York Imperial Apple at Tip Top, Kentucky. 9/5/1906 14 D-972 651 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Crown gall in YY apple in Jessamine County. Apr-01 14 D-973 652 2 galls in YY apple tree in Jessamine County. Apr-01 14 D-974 653 Apple and peach trees with hay around them at the Experiment farm. 2/10/1911 15 D-974-a 654 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Green apples injured by rose bugs in Albany, Kentucky. 6/14/1924 15 D-975 655 Green apples injured by rose bugs. 6/14/1924 15 D-976 656 Green apples injured by rose bugs in Albany, Kentucky. 6/14/1924 15 D-977 657 Green apples injured by rose bugs (macrodactlyus subspinosus). 6/14/1924 15 D-978 658 Apple and peach trees wrapped with hay 2/10/1911 15 D-979 659 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Flea beetle on grape leaf. 5/29/1930 15 D-982 662 Flea beetle on grape leaf. 5/29/1930 15 D-983 663 Grape leaves showing late injury by flea beetle and some of larvae. 6/11/1920 15 D-984 664 Grape leaf injured by flea beetle. 6/11/1920 15 D-985 665 Grape flea beetle larvae attacked by fungus. 6/15/1920 15 D-986 666 Injury to cultivated grape by flea beetle larvae. 6/15/1919 15 D-987 667 Grape insect. 15 D-988 668 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Grape aphis, natural size. 7/23/1910 15 D-989 669 Grape aphis in Lexington, Kentucky. 7/23/1910 15 D-990 670 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Grape leaf mines, reduced, cultivated grape. 7/18/1901 16 D-991 671 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Grape phylloxera from cultivated grape from Norton, Va and Tip Top, Kentucky. 8/26/1910 16 D-992 672 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Dipterous galls on wild grape in Henry County, Kentucky. 8/26/1910 16 D-993 673 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Dipterous gall on wild grape in Henry County, Kentucky. 8/26/1910 16 D-995 675 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Grape leaf showing line of Ph. viticola. 8/19/1910 16 D-997 677 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Grape leaf berry moth pupae. 8/8/1910 16 D-998 678 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Grape mildew seen from above. 8/18/1910 16 D-999 679 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Grape leaf roller. 16 D-1001 681 European fruit Lecanium corni. 7/13/1935 16 D-1002 682 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Injury to bolls of cotton by Heliothis Armiger. 8/30/1913 16 D-1003 683 Injured cotton bolls. 8/11/1913 16 D-1004 684 Peach tree wrapped with building paper and newspaper in Lexington, Kentucky. 2/9/1911 16 D-1009 689 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Peach injury in Corydon, Kentucky. 9/18/1919 16 D-1011 691 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Injury to peach in Corydon, Kentucky. 9/18/1919 16 D-1012 692 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Work of peach twig borer. 8/22/1905 16 D-1013 693 Work of peach twig borer. 8/22/1905 17 D-1014 694 Work of peach twig borer, natural size. 8/22/1905 17 D-1015 695 Peach scale, natural size. 6/10/1908 17 D-1016 696 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Seedling peach at J.D. Walker in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 8/18/1906 17 D-1018 698 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cling stone seedling peach at J.D. Walker in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 8/20/1906 17 D-1020 700 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Free stone seedling peach at J.D. Walker in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 8/18/1906 17 D-1021 701 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Peach spot and brown rot. 9/8/1904 17 D-1025 705 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Injured peach. 6/16/1913 17 D-1027 707 Injured peaches. 6/16/1913 17 D-1028 708 Anarsia lineatella work on peach. 5/9/1902 17 D-1029 709 Anarsia lineatella work ?. 5/9/1902 17 D-1030 710 Peach spot and brown rot. 9/8/1904 17 D-1031 711 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Peach shot-hole fungus (enlargement of injured peach leaf). 17 D-1032 712 Peach scale. 6/11/1908 17 D-1033 713 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Peach shot-hole fungus on peach, natural size. 8/20/1922 17 D-1034 714 Peach shot-hole peach, natural size. 8/20/1922 18 D-1035 715 Damaged leaves of peach. 6/16/1913 18 D-1036 716 Peach leaf curl-natural size. 5/12/1906 18 D-1037 717 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Wheelbugs-natural size. 10/19/1914 18 D-1040 720 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Ecdytolopha insiticiana in black locust style. 8/15/1915 18 D-1041 721 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Ecdytolopha insiticiana cases made for puparium. 9/1/1915 18 D-1042 722 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Ecdytolopha insiticiana cases for puparii. 9/1/1915 18 D-1043 723 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Papilio turnus larva. 9/15/1915 18 D-1045 725 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Noctuid larva. Aug-15 18 D-1048 728 Noctuid larva in Lexington, Kentucky. Aug-15 18 D-1049 729 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Burrows of Cyllene robiniae, natural size. 9/1/1915 18 D-1051 731 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Locust tree injured by borer; bark stripped to show injury. 6/16/1914 18 D-1053 733 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Locust tree injured by borer; bark stripped to show injury. 6/15/1914 18 D-1055 735 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Injuries of locust borer on locust tree. 6/17/1914 18 D-1056 736 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Injuries by locust borer-natural size. 4/29/1915 18 D-1057 737 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Burrows of Cyllene robiniae. 9/1/1915 19 D-1058 738 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Injury by locust borer. 4/29/1915 19 D-1059 739 Injuries by locust borer-natural size. 6/17/1914 19 D-1061 741 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Locust borer on Solidago. 9/25/1914 19 D-1064 744 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) White marked Tussock larva. 10/8/1906 19 D-1067 747 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cow infected with Tabanus Aratus in Henry County, Kentucky. 8/25/1910 19 D-1068 748 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Fall web worm. 6/12/1913 19 D-1069 749 Fall web worm. 6/12/1913 19 D-1070 750 Work of fall army worm at Clark's Farm on Tates Creek Pike in Lexington, Kentucky. 9/28/1921 19 D-1071 751 Fall army worm-injured rye plants at Clark's place on Tates Creek Pike in Lexington, Kentucky. 9/28/1921 19 D-1072 752 Head of fall army worm in Berea, Kentucky. 10/2/1912 19 D-1076 756 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fall army worm pupa in Berea, Kentucky. 10/2/1912 19 D-1077 757 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fall army worm larva, dorsal and side views in Berea, Kentucky. 9/27/1912 19 D-1078 758 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Eggs of Limax maximus. 10/4/1904 19 D-1080 760 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Flies killed by fungus on tuli-poplar. 7/11/1907 19 D-1082 761 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Flies killed by fungus on tuli-poplar. 7/11/1907 20 D-1083 762 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Work of adult crown borer on strawberry leaf. 9/9/1921 20 D-1085 764 End of Lombard plum twig with plums. 9/7/1904 20 D-1086 765 Wooly aphid galls in roots of apple, natural size in Winchester, Kentucky. 20 D-1088 767 Corn bill bug injury in Maysville, Kentucky. 6/2/1910 20 D-1091 770 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Army worm on rye-killed by disease. 6/10/1918 20 D-1092 771 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Eggs of Heliothis armiger. 20 D-1096 775 Eggs of Heliothis armiger. 10/29/1907 20 D-1097 777 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Pupa case of corn ear worm. 11/27/1908 20 D-1099 779 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Aleyrodes sp. from fringe tree. 10/28/1908 20 D-1102 782 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plum case bearer. 20 D-1103 783 Tussock moth and nest. 8/14/1906 20 D-1105 785 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Grape leaf roller, adutl and pupa; also Saturnia as adult. 1899 20 D-1107 787 Insect injures fruit trees. Injured branches from Professor J.M. Davis. 8/31/1906 20 D-1108 788 Grape insect. 20 D-1109 789 Peach tree borer. 1926 21 D-1110 790 Peach tree borer. 1926 21 D-1111 791 Green June beetle. 21 D-1117 797 Green June beetle. 21 D-1119 799 Green June beetle, cotinus nitida at Residence of Fred Wachs, 138 South Hanover. 1934 21 D-1120 800 Scope and Contents note Walter A. Price (W.A.P.) Green June beetle. 21 D-1121 801 Green June beetle, cotinus nitida at Residence of Fred Wachs, 138 South Hanover. 1934 21 D-1122 802 Scope and Contents note Walter A. Price (W.A.P.) Miris dolobratus. Jan-26 21 D-1123 803 Miris dolobratus. Jan-26 21 D-1124 804 Citheronis regalis, male and female. 1899 21 D-1129 809 Citheronia regalis-larva from specimen preserved in collection. 10/11/1906 21 D-1130 810 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Telea polyphemus. 1899 21 D-1131 811 Male and female Callosomia promethea. 1899 21 D-1132 812 Chloridea obsoleta, male and female showing variation in color. 3/26/1918 21 D-1135 814 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Chloridea viviscus larvae. 8/20/1918 21 D-1136 815 Chloridea obsoleta, male and female showing variation in size. 3/26/1918 22 D-1137 816 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Miris dolobratus. Jun-26 22 D-1138 817 Miris dolobratus. 22 D-1139 818 Silk worm cocoons. 5/30/1905 22 D-1142 821 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Silk worm cocoons. 5/30/1905 22 D-1143 822 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Silk worm cocoons. 6/1/1905 22 D-1144 823 Silk worm cocoons produced in Viv. 5/30/1905 22 D-1146 825 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Striped silk worms, full grown. 5/13/1910 22 D-1148 827 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Silk worms. 22 D-1149 828 Silk worm beginning to spin in Viv. 5/29/1906 22 D-1150 829 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Silk worm ready to spin in Viv. 22 D-1151 830 Apple tree killed by girdling. Aug-11 22 D-1152 831 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Sweet clover injury. 7/27/1906 22 D-1153 832 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apparatus for testing germination. 1/12/1910 22 D-1154 833 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) 28 germination test in tray. Jan-10 22 D-1155 834 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apparatus for testing germination. 1/12/1910 23 D-1156 835 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Threshing oats at Experiment farm. 23 D-1157 836 Threshing oats at Experiment farm. 23 D-1158 837 Threshing oats at Experiment farm. 23 D-1159 838 Apparatus for testing germination. 1/11/1910 23 D-1161 839 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Blue grass seed at Brent's warehouse in Lexington, Kentucky. 6/25/1908 23 D-1162 840 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Blue grass seed at Brent's warehouse in Lexington, Kentucky. 6/25/1908 23 D-1163 841 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Blue grass seed at Brent's warehouse in Lexington, Kentucky. 6/25/1908 23 D-1164 842 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Blue grass seed stripper at I.V. Nefusi place. Jun-01 23 D-1165 843 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Stivers seed stripper in Lexington, Kentucky. Nov-00 23 D-1169 846 Henry Clay monument showing injury by lightning during storm of September 19, 1910 in Lexington cemetery. 9/20/1910 23 D-1172 847 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Henry Clay monument showing injury by lightning during storm of September 19, 1910. 9/20/1910 23 D-1173 848 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plots, general view. 6/17/1907 23 D-1175 850 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Alfalfa in Clinton soil July 17, 1909. 9/29/1909 23 D-1176 851 Soy beans in Clinton soil July 17, 1909. 9/29/1909 23 D-1177 852 Red clover in Kingsville soil July 17, 1909. 9/29/1909 24 D-1178 853 Vetch; pot treated with farmogerm showing large growth. 4/27/1909 24 D-1179 854 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Nodules on vetch, 1. left, burrowing nodules 2. right, ordinary nodules. 1909 24 D-1180 855 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Experiment with cultures. 5/29/1906 24 D-1181 856 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Red clover nodules with bacteria. 5/15/1908 24 D-1182 857 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Alfalfa; pots treated with "ingragin" showing larger growth 4/27/1909 24 D-1183 858 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Alfalfa plants treated with sweet clover culture March 26, 1909. 6/4/1909 24 D-1184 859 Test tubes of alfalfa Experiment #2. 6/9/1909 24 D-1186 861 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Experiment with introduced cultures. 5/29/1906 24 D-1191 866 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Soy beans, monmouth yellow and mikado at Geo. D. Karsner and Elmendorf farms. 9/30/1914 24 D-1192 867 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Alfalfa treated with alfalfa cult and alfalfa check, March 26, 1909. 6/4/1909 24 D-1193 868 Root tubercles; soy beans grown 2nd year in same soil. 7/10/1901 24 D-1194 870 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Cowpea nodules experiment 1. sand & fl. intro. cult 2. soil check. 7/22/1901 24 D-1197 872 Nitro-cult experiment at Vivarium. 5/29/1906 24 D-1198 873 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Cowpeas planted in pots; 1. in sand 2. in soil. 7/22/1905 24 D-1199 874 Cowpea nodule experiment-6 pots 1. soil fl. nitro. cult 2. soil check. 7/22/1905 25 D-1200 875 Cowpea nodules experiment ibid. 7/22/1905 25 D-1201 876 Crystals formed in plate of plain agar by purple bacillus isolated from reservoir & cistern water. 4/9/1908 25 D-1202 877 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Weed seed from Ross Seed Co. 8/19/1915 25 D-1203 878 Weed seeds in bluegrass seeds. 2/8/1909 25 D-1204 879 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Quince leaf spot. 25 D-1205 880 Henry Clay monument showing injury by lightning during the storm of September 19, 1910. 9/20/1910 25 D-1226 901 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Statue on Henry Clay monument showing injury by lightning during the storm of 9-18 & 9-10 9/20/1910 25 D-1227 902 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Carya alba, variant from C.L. Renaker, Dry Ridge, Kentucky. Carya alba, typical from Herbert Anderson, Kevil, Kentucky. 10/28/1926 25 D-1229 904 Pirus augusti folius in Hickman, Kentucky. 9/15/1913 25 D-1230 905 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Insectary interior. 11/2/1908 25 D-1231 906 Insectary interior. 11/2/1908 25 D-1232 907 Insectary interior. 11/2/1908 25 D-1233 908 Insectary interior. 11/2/1908 25 D-1234 909 Virginia creeper on old dwelling. 6/13/1904 25 D-1235 910 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Virginia creeper in black locust on Experiment Farm tree. 6/13/1904 26 D-1236 911 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Disease of red clover. 10/4/1906 26 D-1237 912 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Carnation, roots, affected by root knot diseases. 2/27/1909 26 D-1238 913 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Carnation, uninjured plant. 2/27/1909 26 D-1239 914 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Carnation, affected by root knot disease. 2/27/1909 26 D-1240 915 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Alfalfa disease on Experiment Farm. 4/4/1914 26 D-1241 916 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Mold on rye. 10/21/1924 26 D-1242 917 Disease of red clover. 10/4/1906 26 D-1245 920 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bur oak tree from Lexington, Kentucky. 8/15/1899 26 D-1250 925 Kentucky coffee tree leaf & fruit. 26 D-1252 927 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Solidago albizzia, cultivated not in bloom at Dreer. 8/23/1915 26 D-1306 981 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Dust mixer. May-36 26 D-1309 984 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Spirea aphis May-36 26 D-1310 985 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Grape-vine root borer from vines east of greenhouse. May-36 26 D-1311 986 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Grape vine root borer from vines east of greenhouse. 5/1/1936 26 D-1314 1693 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Red clover, common red clover seed showing weed seed. 11/15/1932 27 D-1318 1696 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Red clover seed x 5, good. 11/15/1932 27 D-1319 1697 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) State Fair. 1932 27 D-1320 1698 Potato leaf hoppers. 4/4/1936 27 D-1321 1699 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Copy of tracing about 2/3 natural size. Figure 3, equipment for mixing dust. 5/25/1936 27 D-1322 1700 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Seed tags-front & rear. Dec-32 27 D-1323 1701 Cabbage snake in Maytown Morgan County. 11/6/1904 27 D-1329 994 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Lettuce rot in Vivarium. 5/28/1901 27 D-1333 998 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Lettuce rot showing old lettuce in soil not change for more than a year in Vivarium. 5/28/1901 27 D-1334 999 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Dipping potatoes in formalin solution at Dr. McKeis. 4/1/1909 27 D-1335 1000 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Sugar beet disease. 9/6/1899 27 D-1336 1001 Garden beans affected with blight. Healthy plant at left. 2/9/1911 27 D-1337 1002 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Beans affected by anthracnose. 7/6/1917 27 D-1338 1003 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Bean rust. 10/22/1924 27 D-1339 1004 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Giant pascal celery. Plot 191 tall. Plot 195 short. 12/11/1905 27 D-1342 1007 Golden self-blanching celery. Plot 177 tall. Plot 194 short. 12/11/1905 28 D-1343 1008 unidentified image 28 D-1346 Celery showing effect of growing in shade. 11/22/1904 28 D-1347 1012 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Huckleberry or wonderberry grown in insectary. 2/25/1910 28 D-1349 1014 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Huckleberry or wonderberry grown in insectary. 1/12/1910 28 D-1350 1015 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Orchard grass field at Duncan Brothers in La Grange, Kentucky. Jun-21 28 D-1353 1018 Threshing orchard grass seed in La Grange, Kentucky. 1916 28 D-1355 1019 Threshing orchard grass seed in La Grange, Kentucky. 1916 28 D-1356 1020 Orchard grass field at Duncan Brothers in La Grange, Kentucky. 6/21/1916 28 D-1357 1021 Orhcard grass field at Duncan Brothers in La Grange, Kentucky. 6/21/1916 28 D-1358 1022 Orchard grass field at Duncan Brothers in La Grange, Kentucky. 6/21/1916 28 D-1359 1023 Bermuda grass plot. 8/30/1906 28 D-1360 1024 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bermuda grass showing manner of rooting. 7/22/1907 28 D-1364 1028 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Orchard grass at Duncan in La Grange, Kentucky. 6/21/1916 28 D-1368 1032 Yard grass. 8/24/1910 28 D-1370 1034 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Yard grass. 8/24/1910 29 D-1371 1035 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) 1. Bermuda grass 2. Yard grass 3. Crab grass. 8/24/1910 29 D-1372 1036 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Orchard grass-1 stool from rear of insectary. 6/28/1916 29 D-1373 1037 Orchard grass-1 bundle from rear of insectary. 6/28/1916 29 D-1374 1038 1. Bermuda grass 2. Yard grass 3. Crab grass 8/24/1910 29 D-1376 1040 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) A dem. spraying class in Entomology in Lexington, Kentucky. Spring 1913 29 D-1385 1049 Entomology class spraying with power sprayer at State University. Spring 1913 29 D-1386 1050 "Dixie" pea huller in operation. 10/3/1908 29 D-1390 1053 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Potato planters at Dr. McKeis place. 4/1/1909 29 D-1391 1054 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Types of orchard heaters, copied from paper for lantern slides. Jan-11 29 D-1392 1055 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Types of orchard heaters. Jan-11 29 D-1393 1056 Power sprayer, whitewashing. 3/30/1912 29 D-1394 1057 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Rattlesnake. 29 D-1396 1059 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Rattlesnake, old negative. 29 D-1397 1060 Corn injured by hail 6/22/1906 29 D-1403 1066 Station pond. 6/4/1904 30 D-1404 1067 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Map of station farm. 4/27/1909 30 D-1406 1069 Prize winner & prize, Blue Grass Corn Show of 1909. Dec-09 30 D-1407 1070 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plum twig with galls of phytoptus phloecoptes in Lexington, Kentucky. 2/9/1911 30 D-1413 1076 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plum twig with galls of phytoptus Phloectoptesd in Lexington, Kentucky. 2/9/1911 30 D-1414 1077 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plum leaf gnawed by olcanthus angustipenis 10/4/1904 30 D-1415 1078 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Pear leaf blister. 8/2/1906 30 D-1416 1079 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Pear leaf blister at Sharpsburg, Bath County, Kentucky. 8/4/1906 30 D-1417 1080 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Black knot of plum. 1899 30 D-1422 1085 Gooseberry disease. 4/22/1906 30 D-1423 1086 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Gooseberry disease, natural size. 4/22/1906 30 D-1424 1087 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Gooseberry disease. 4/22/1906 30 D-1425 1088 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Gooseberry disease, advanced stage. 4/22/1906 30 D-1426 1089 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Gooseberry injury, natural size. 4/22/1906 30 D-1427 1090 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Brown rot of cherries in Lexington, Kentucky. 6/11/1920 30 D-1428 1091 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Brown rot of cherries in Lexington, Kentucky. 6/11/1920 31 D-1429 1092 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Rust on cherry leaves in Sharpsburg, Bath County, Kentucky. 8/4/1906 31 D-1430 1093 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cherry mildew. 8/2/1906 31 D-1431 1094 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Pear rust in Versailles, Kentucky. 8/8/1906 31 D-1432 1095 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Pears injured by scab at M.J. Yopp Seed Company in Paducah, Kentucky. 9/28/1911 31 D-1433 1096 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Pear affected with rot blight at W.I. Clark. 10/28/1906 31 D-1434 1097 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) General view of soy beans-variety test. 9/1/1910 31 D-1435 1098 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Shelter for experiment plots. 9/12/1904 31 D-1436 1099 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Flat shelter-experiment plots. 9/12/1904 31 D-1437 1100 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Flat shelter-experiment plots. 9/12/1904 31 D-1438 1101 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Gray plots (old). 5/24/1899 31 D-1439 1102 Alsike clover plot. 6/4/1909 31 D-1440 1103 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Yellow trifoil plot. 6/4/1909 31 D-1441 1104 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Alfalfa plot. 6/4/1909 31 D-1442 1105 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Crimson clover plot at Experiment Farm. 5/20/1901 31 D-1443 1106 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) No. 2, soy bean roation plots. 9/1/1910 32 D-1444 1107 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Kudzu plots. 9/1/1910 32 D-1445 1108 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) White clover plot at Experiment Farm. 6/16/1900 32 D-1446 1109 Clover & alfalfa plots. 5/12/1906 32 D-1447 1110 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Meadow soft grass Plot 80. 6/23/1910 32 D-1451 1114 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Wood meadow grass Plot 69. 6/17/1910 32 D-1454 1117 Yellow oat grass. 6/17/1910 32 D-1455 1118 Red or creeping fescue Plot 51. 6/17/1910 32 D-1456 1119 Teosinthe plot at Experiment Farm. 8/24/1901 32 D-1457 1120 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Oats-rotation plots. 6/23/1910 32 D-1459 1122 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Wheat variant plots at University Farm. 6/23/1910 32 D-1460 1123 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Wheat variant plots at University Farm. 6/23/1910 32 D-1461 1124 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Weed seeds of clover & alfalfa. 2/8/1909 32 D-1471 1134 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Weed seeds of clover & alfalfa. 2/8/1909 32 D-1472 1135 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Sudan (larger) & Johnson (smaller) grass seed. 2/4/1915 32 D-1473 1136 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Soybeans BB. 9/6/1918 33 D-1478 1141 Soybeans (AA). 8/16/1918 33 D-1479 1142 Soybeans (KK). 8/16/1918 33 D-1480 1143 Soybeans (#10) (B). 8/13/1918 33 D-1481 1144 Soybeans (#5) (G). 8/13/1918 33 D-1482 1145 Soybeans (N). 9/6/1918 33 D-1483 1146 Soybeans (M). "9/6/1918 " 33 D-1484 1147 Soybeans (H). 9/6/1918 33 D-1485 1148 Soybeans (L). 9/6/1918 33 D-1486 1149 Soybeans EE. 9/6/1918 33 D-1487 1150 Soybeans FF. 9/6/1918 33 D-1488 1151 Corn (seed holders) for Kinney. 9/6/1918 33 D-1490 1153 Soybean. 33 D-1495 1158 Soybean roots. 33 D-1496 1159 Soybean. 33 D-1498 1161 Soybean. 34 D-1500 1163 Soybeans I. 9/4/1918 34 D-1504 1167 Soybeans D. 9/4/1918 34 D-1505 1168 Soybeans K. 9/4/1918 34 D-1506 1169 Soybeans O. 9/4/1918 34 D-1507 1170 Enlargement from negative of pellagra case at Laurel Rover Corbin. 8/29/1911 34 D-1509 1172 Liriodendron tulipefera leaves. 5/27/1910 34 D-1514 1177 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Magnolia acuminata leaves. 5/27/1910 34 D-1519 1182 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Samarcand alfalfa plot. 5/26/1899 34 D-1556 1219 Kudzu-plots. Fall 1909 34 D-1561 1224 Crimson clover from plot. 5/23/1901 34 D-1568 1231 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Red clover in Clinton soil, 7/17/09. 9/29/1909 34 D-1569 1232 Section of clover leaflet showing fungi. 8/28/1906 34 D-1570 1233 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Red clover in soil for visalia, planted 7/17/09. 9/28/1909 34 D-1571 1234 Red clover seed added with trefoil 25%. 12/7/1906 34 D-1573 1236 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) 1. Red clover 2. White clover 3. red clover-taken by transmitted light. 4/9/1908 35 D-1574 1237 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) (1) Red clover treated with red clover culture October 30, 1907. 12/12/1907 35 D-1584 1247 Number 3, Experiment Number 6: crimson clover treated with crimson clover culture. Started October 19, all with nodule. Tube H omitted. 11/23/1911 35 D-1585 1248 Number 4, Experiment 67: crimson clover checks, started October 19, none with nodules (tube D omitted). 11/23/1911 35 D-1586 1249 Number 1, Experiment Number 75: red clover treated with crimson clover culture, started October 19, all with nodules. (Tube H omitted because broken). 11/23/1911 35 D-1587 1250 Number 2, Experiment Number 75: red clover checks, started October 19, none with nodules. (Tube D omitted because broken). 11/23/1911 35 D-1588 1251 Test tube experiment number 10: red clover treated with white clover culture & checks. 11/19/1909 35 D-1591 1254 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Test tube experiment number 10: red clover treated with white clover culture & checks. 11/19/1909 35 D-1592 1255 Taylor & Fayette clover started 5/8/09, Taylor County soil. 7/23/1909 35 D-1593 1256 Taylor County soil & alfalfa, treated, left; checks, right. Started 5/8/09. 7/23/1909 35 D-1594 1257 Fayette County soil & alfalfa treated, left, checks, right, for comparison with Taylor County soil treated at same time. 7/23/1909 35 D-1595 1258 Red clover in Fayette soil for cult with Taylor County soil, started 5/8/09. Left, inoculated; right, checks. 7/23/1909 35 D-1596 1259 Logan County soil & red clover. Left, inoculated; right, checks. 7/23/1909 35 D-1597 1260 Logan County soil & soybeans; left, treated; right, checks. 7/23/1909 35 D-1598 1261 Logan County soil & alfalfa; left, treated; right, checks. 7/23/1909 35 D-1599 1262 Fayette-Logan County soil-red clover, started 5/22/09. 7/23/1909 36 D-1600 1263 Fayette-Logan County soil alfalfa; F soil left inoculated. 7/23/1909 36 D-1601 1264 Fayette-Logan soybeans, started 5/22/09. 7/23/1909 36 D-1602 1265 Ginseng wilt disease, plant from J.W. Sears. 5/17/1907 36 D-1606 1269 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Ginseng wilt disease, plant from J.W. Sears. 5/17/1907 36 D-1607 1270 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Ginseng 2 year old root, natural size. 10/1898 36 D-1613 1276 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Ginseng 3 year old root. 10/1898 36 D-1614 1277 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Ginseng leaf of YY culture, plant. 10/1898 36 D-1615 1278 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Ginseng from seed 1898 10/1898 36 D-1618 1281 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Ginseng plant 3 year old, culture. 36 D-1619 1282 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Cow pea: Experiment Number 32 started 3/11/09. Plants treated with pure culture showing larger growth. 4/28/1909 36 D-1629 1292 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Soybeans in coal ashes, Experiment 7-12. 5/30/1906 36 D-1630 1293 Soybeans in sand, not sterile water but hydrant water. 6/8/1906 36 D-1631 1294 Soybean plant, reduced; 1 (left) seed soaked overnight; 2 soaked 1 hour; 3 soaked 10 minutes. Grown in Vivarium. 4/7/1903 36 D-1633 1296 Root tubercles soy bean grown 2nd year in same soil. 7/10/1901 36 D-1634 1297 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Root tubercles of soy beans grown 2nd year in same soil. 7/10/1901 37 D-1637 1300 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Soybeans treated with soybean culture & check. 2/10/1909 37 D-1639 1302 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Soybean Experiment Number 30, started 2/24/09. Plants treated with pure culture showing larger growth. 4/27/1909 37 D-1640 1303 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Soybeans treated with soybean culture & check. 2/10/1909 37 D-1641 1304 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Soybeans treated with soybean culture & check. 2/10/1909 37 D-1642 1305 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Soybean nodules from culture made in Division 1. seed soaked overnight, 2. seed soaked 1 hour, 3. seed soaked 10 minutes, 4. seed not treated (check). Plants growin in Vivarium. 4/7/1903 37 D-1644 1307 Kidney vetch plot. 5/24/1899 37 D-1646 1309 Hairy vetch (V. villosa) in plot. 7/4/1909 37 D-1647 1310 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Bermuda grass plot. 6/15/1907 37 D-1652 1315 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Reid canary grass plot. 6/4/1909 37 D-1653 1316 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) General view of plots. 8/24/1906 37 D-1656 1319 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Sheeps fescue plot in full bloom. 5/27/1901 37 D-1657 1320 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Orchard grass plot 155. 5/27/1904 37 D-1659 1322 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Plot 17. 6/18/1907 37 D-1660 1323 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot 32. 6/18/1907 37 D-1662 1325 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot 73. 6/18/1907 38 D-1663 1326 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot 72, Pasture mixture. 6/18/1907 38 D-1664 1327 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot 18. 6/19/1907 38 D-1665 1328 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Rye plot 227. 5/26/1908 38 D-1666 1329 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot of Jerusalem corn. 8/5/1908 38 D-1667 1330 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot of red Kaffir corn. 8/5/1908 38 D-1668 1331 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Rotation plots. 6/17/1907 38 D-1670 1333 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plots-general view. 6/17/1907 38 D-1671 1334 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot of white Kaffir corn. 8/5/1908 38 D-1673 1336 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot of China jute, showing diseased plants. 7/14/1908 38 D-1674 1337 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plot #12 Rhodes grass. 7/25/1907 38 D-1675 1338 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) China jute, good & diseased. 7/14/1908 38 D-1676 1339 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Hemp plots. Minn. #8. 8/19/1915 38 D-1677 1340 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Woodland pasture at Horeb Pike. 5/19/1900 38 D-1681 1344 Woodland pasture, bluegrass in bloom at Henry Clay place in Lexington, Kentucky. 6/4/1900 38 D-1683 1346 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Pasture with steers at Nicholasville Pike. 5/25/1900 39 D-1688 1351 Woodland pasture at Horeb Pike. 5/19/1900 39 D-1689 1352 Bluegrass and stripper at W. Van Meter's place. Jun-01 39 D-1707 1365 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Bluegrass germination, natural size. 9/18/2022 39 D-1713 1371 Sample of Kentucky bluegrass. 12/12/1906 39 D-1716 1374 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Sample of bluegrass seed. 1/21/1907 39 D-1717 1375 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Poa pratensis. 39 D-1722 1380 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Kentucky bluegrass -reduced. 5/18/1909 39 D-1723 1381 Poa annua in flower pot-reduced. 3/23/1900 39 D-1724 1382 Heads of Rhodes grass, natural size. 7/25/1907 39 D-1725 1383 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Rhodes grass. 7/25/1907 39 D-1726 1384 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Trumpet gall, cult. grape. 8/11/1910 39 D-1727 1385 Grape injured by tree cricket. 9/13/1904 39 D-1731 1389 Grape injured by oecanthus. 9/13/1904 39 D-1732 1390 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Grape leaf roller, natural size. 5/26/1906 39 D-1733 1391 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Grape leaf roller. 40 D-1734 1392 Mildew on grape leaves, natural size. 7/26/1906 40 D-1736 1394 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Black rot of grape, natural size. 7/26/1906 40 D-1737 1395 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Black rot fungus on grape leaves in Paducah, Kentucky. 6/1/1910 40 D-1738 1396 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Cultivated grape leaf miner. 10/7/1912 40 D-1739 1397 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) White milo maize at Experiment Farm. 8/24/1901 40 D-1740 1398 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Yellow milo maize. 10/3/1901 40 D-1741 1399 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) White milo maize. 10/3/1901 40 D-1743 1401 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) (2) Pearl millet plot, Experiment Farm. 9/24/1901 40 D-1744 1402 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Pearl millet (Penn. typboideum). 9/20/1901 40 D-1746 1404 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) (1) Pearl millet plot at Experiment Farm. 8/24/1901 40 D-1747 1405 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Agropyron spicatum plots in Lexington, Kentucky. 6/29/1907 40 D-1751 1409 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Agropyron spicatum plots in Lexington, Kentucky. 6/29/1907 40 D-1752 1410 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Millets (Japan, left print; gold, middle; white French right of print). 7/10/1906 40 D-1754 1412 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Pearl millet showing alternate rows with 2nd growth. 8/9/1901 40 D-1755 1413 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Alfalfa fungus-sclerotinia trifoliorum, natural size. 6/3/1915 41 D-1758 1416 Alfalfa fungus-sclerotinia trifoliorum, magnified. 6/3/1915 41 D-1759 1417 Mold culture, black, natural size. 5/3/1912 41 D-1761 1419 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Diplodia zeae from corn in Lexington, Kentucky. 1/22/1912 41 D-1769 1427 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Diplodia zeae from corn in Lexington, Kentucky. 1/22/1912 41 D-1770 1428 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) 1. Diplodia (short ear) 2. Fusarium III (long ear) at J.B. Walker in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 12/28/1911 41 D-1772 1430 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fusarium wilt on corn at Experiment Farm. 12/18/1911 41 D-1774 1432 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Diplodia pycnidia, broken ear; natural size. 2/13/1912 41 D-1775 1433 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Diplodia zeae; pycnidia in kernels of corn at Experiment Farm in Lexington, Kentucky. 12/18/1911 41 D-1776 1434 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Trichothaecium roseum at J.B. Walker in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 12/18/1911 41 D-1777 1435 Green fungus, whole ear (aspergillus). 2/13/1912 41 D-1778 1436 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cabbage plant inoculated with bacillus of tobacco rot, 4/25/07. 5/1/1907 41 D-1779 1437 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cabbage leaf inoculated with rot. 4/25/1907 41 D-1781 1439 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cabbage leaves, inoculated with rot, natural size. 4/25/1907 41 D-1782 1440 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) White or American ash (twig). 3/28/1913 41 D-1791 1449 White ash & swollen apple twig. 3/31/1913 42 D-1811 1469 Seed germinator. 42 D-1815 1473 Germinated seed. 42 D-1816 1474 Seed case. 1932 42 D-1818 1475 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bluegrass, good seed. 11/15/1932 42 D-1819 1476 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Buffalo clover-T. stoloniferum (running) natural size at L.C. Morton & Son in Centertown, Kentucky. 5/22/1915 42 D-1823 1480 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Buffalo clover-T. stoloniferum (running) at L.C. Morton & Son in Centertown, Kentucky. 5/22/1915 42 D-1824 1481 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Selected timothy from clump in my yard, 1st year in bloom, the year after sowing. Sown spring of 1918. 6/27/1919 42 D-1831 1498 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Eggs of hnoneydew aphidae. 10/21/1907 42 D-1835 1491 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Honeydew aphidae on sycamore natural size. 10/10/1907 42 D-1836 1492 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bee-keeping class. 1936 42 D-1837 1493 Bees. Frame from hive. 1936 42 D-1838 1494 Bee hives. Insectary 1936 42 D-1839 1495 Seed laboratory, general view. 3/26/1917 42 D-1841 1497 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tests-germination. 42 D-1842 1498 Insectary at Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. 1/21/1936 43 D-1843 1499 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Insectary. 43 D-1844 1500 Lespedeza. 43 D-1846 1502 Good sample of red clover. 43 D-1849 1505 Apple branch injured by empoasca mali on 7/11/07 at Hillenmeyer's in Lexington, Kentucky. 7/12/1907 43 D-1850 1506 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Rose aphis. 5/24/1909 43 D-1851 1507 Honeydew aphids on sycamore. 10/10/1907 43 D-1852 1508 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Eggs of laying worker bee in bottom of cells shown AFTER cutting away sides of cells. 5/27/1920 43 D-1853 1509 Scope and Contents note Carrie Lee Hathaway (C.L.H.) Dust mixer. 43 D-1854 1510 Fermentation tube of reservoir water treated with chloride of iron-1/4 grain in 500 c.c. Natural size. 9/10/1910 43 D-1864 1519 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fermentation tubes. Reservoir water treated with 1. copper sulfate 2. chloride of lime 3. alum 4. chloride of lime 5. check. 9/10/1910 43 D-1865 1520 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fermentation tube of reservoir water treated with aluminum. Natural size. 9/10/1910 43 D-1867 1522 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fermentation of tube of reservoir watere treated with 1. copper sulfate 2. chloride of lime 3. alum 4. chloride of lime 5. check. 9/12/1910 43 D-1868 1523 Fermentation tube of reservoir water treated with copper sulfate. 9/10/1910 43 D-1869 1524 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tree-like colony-water sample number 893. Water from station cooler filled from Renfro sulphur well. 12/7/1910 43 D-1870 1525 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fermentation tube of resrvoir water treated with choride of lime. Natural size. 9/10/1910 44 D-1871 1526 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Fermentation tubes of reservoir water treated with 1. chloride of lime; 2. check; 3. chloride of lime and chloride of iron added 6 hours later; 4. check. 9/12/1910 44 D-1872 1527 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Growth of anthrax on ordinary agar-2 days old. 5/17/1906 44 D-1877 1532 Sample Number 150, cistern water showing shrub-like colony. Natural size. 4/11/1908 44 D-1878 1533 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Plate culture of bacteria; plate from reservoir water made 11/13/07 using 1/10 CC. 11/16/1907 44 D-1879 1534 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Gas production after 24 hours; water sample Number 837. 9/23/1910 44 D-1881 1535 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) "Number 152, reservoir water at 304 South Lime. " 4/9/1908 44 D-1883 1539 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) 1/10 cc. plate from water sample Number 1175 at Reservoir in Lexington, Kentucky. 12/18/1911 44 D-1889 1545 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Pea-vetch & bean, showing growth in agar tubes & coming through cotton plugs, red. Fall 1920 44 D-1891 1547 Epitrix fuscula. 44 D-1900 1555 Clover root curculio. 44 D-1901 1556 Erythroncura comes; grape leaf injured by. 9/10/1921 44 D-1903 1558 Erythroneura comes, vitis male genitalia. 5/13/1921 44 D-1904 1559 Ertyhroneura comes injury to leaf of sycamore. 9/10/1920 44 D-1909 1564 Small apples injured by strigoderma arboricola. 44 D-1912 1567 Strigoderma arboricola-adults. 45 D-1914 1569 Corn injured by earworm. 9/25/1936 45 D-1915 1570 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Nest of solitary wasp in sumac; in letter from Henry A. Quisenberry, County agent at Vanceburg. 10/7/1936 45 D-1916 1571 Corn injured by earworm. 9/25/1936 45 D-1918 1573 Lettuce seeds, good & bad under germ test. Dec-19 45 D-1936 1591 Weed seeds commonly found in Italian clovers. 3/18/1920 45 D-1938 1593 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Some weed seeds for determination. 3/30/1920 45 D-1940 1595 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) unidentified image 45 D-1987 Showing tobacco with jimpson weed planted at edge of Expreiment Farm. 8/18/1902 45 D-1993 1647 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Tobacco sprayer. 7/25/1902 45 D-1995 1649 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Tobacco on Experiment Farm. 8/1899 45 D-1996 1650 Tobacco on sticks in field. 8/10/1900 45 D-1997 1651 Openings left by tobacco worm moth after emerging from pupation. 10/5/1918 45 D-2003 1655 Dusting tobacco plants with arsenate of lead. 8/10/1910 45 D-2004 1656 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Spraying tobacco plants with arsenate of lead. 8/10/1910 45 D-2005 1657 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tobacco injured by Paris green, slightly cloudy. 9/5/1910 46 D-2010 1659 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tobacco injured by paris green (slightly cloudy). 9/5/1910 46 D-2012 1661 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Rhizopertha dominica (injury to horse collar by boring through leather, enlarged). Collar from Belknap Hardware Company, Louisville. Oct-25 46 D-2014 1663 Locust borer, adult. 10/6/1914 46 D-2021 1670 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Very young larva of locust borer, natural size. 11/18/1914 46 D-2022 1671 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Eggs of locust borer. 9/24/1914 46 D-2023 1672 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Eggs of locust borer in Lexington, Kentucky. 9/17/1914 46 D-2024 1673 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Eggs of locust borer in Lexington, Kentucky. 9/18/1914 46 D-2028 1677 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cylline robiniae larvae. 9/15/1915 46 D-2029 1678 Cylline robiniae larvae. 9/15/1915 46 D-2030 1679 Scope and Contents note Harrison Garman (H.G.) Very young larvae of locust borer. 11/18/1919 46 D-2031 1680 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cylline robiniae pupae. 8/25/1915 46 D-2032 1681 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cylline robiniae, side view. 8/25/1915 46 D-2033 1682 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Cylline robiniae, natural size. 8/25/1915 46 D-2034 1683 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tomato plant, Livington's hummer. 8/10/1908 46 D-2035 1684 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tomato stem showing tubercles. 7/14/1908 47 D-2036 1685 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Tomato plant-Livington's Globe. 8/10/1908 47 D-2039 1688 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) unidentified image 47 D-2040 E ii Scope and Contents note Subseries E consists of 60 4" x 5" glass negatives, dated between 1895 and 1911. The photographer, when identified, is listed in the scope note. Potato injurey by white grub. 51 E-5 1773 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Lysiopetalinum lactarium. Millipede. Enlarged from alcoholics. 2/1896 51 E-9 1777 2. Cambola annotata. 2. Parajulus impressam. Enlarged from alcoholics. 2/1896 51 E-10 1778 Paspalum setaceum. 51 E-16 1784 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Rumex acetosella. 51 E-20 1788 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Festuca pratensis. 51 E-23 1791 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Tomato & injurious larva. 7/17/1908 51 E-32 1800 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Orobanche ludoviciana infested with aphids. 6/19/1896 51 E-36 1804 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Potato scab. 51 E-38 1806 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Celery blight. 51 E-40 1808 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) May apples showing injury. Jul-08 51 E-54 1822 Celery plusia. 51 E-56 1823 Strawberry at Johnson, New York. 51 E-57 Cutworm moths-feltia. 51 E-58 Cutworm moths-Agrotis. 51 E-59 1947 Cotinis nitida from alcohol. 2/1896 52 E-62 1827 Cotinis nitida from alcohol. 2/1896 52 E-63 1828 Cotinis nitida from alcohol. 2/1896 52 E-64 1829 Aphis gossypii. 52 E-66 1831 Epilachna borealis. 52 E-67 1832 Apple leaf spot. 8/1895 52 E-74 1839 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) unidentified image 52 E-77 Anasa armigera. 52 E-79 1844 Leptoglossus oppositus. 52 E-80 1845 Liploglossus phyllopus. 52 E-84 1846 Tobacco plants injured by wire worm. 8/1895 52 E-85 1847 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Tobacco plants injured by wire worm in Donerail Fayette County. 8/1895 52 E-86 1848 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Peanut bean weeds 52 E-88 Chrysopa oculata. Copy. 52 E-93 1855 Melittia satyriniformis. 52 E-102 1863 Flax seed stage Hessian fly in wheat. 5/26/1896 53 E-104 1865 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Egg case of vase-making spider. 53 E-106 1867 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Caddis fly case. 53 E-107 1868 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Crickets injuring strawberries at O. Schradler Bank Lick, Kenton County. 53 E-118 1877 Grape leaf. 7/24/1901 53 E-119 1878 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Grape sphinx. 7/1895 53 E-121 1880 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) June bug injury, grape in Lexington, Kentucky. 8/5/1896 53 E-122 1881 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) June bug injury, grape. 8/5/1896 53 E-123 1882 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Wire worm & eggs of squashbug. 53 E-124 1883 Eggs of squashbug. 2/18/1896 53 E-125 1884 Spraying machines for hogs, cattle, etc. Feb-11 53 E-127 1886 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Common mole from life. 1895 53 E-135 1891 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Spraying machines for hogs, cattle, etc. Feb-11 53 E-136 1895 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Dairy machine. Feb-11 53 E-137 1893 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Timothy seed #1423, 92% pure. 1/26/1909 53 E-139 1895 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Timothy seed #1443, 99.9% pur, 1st prize state fair 1907. 1/26/1909 54 E-140 1896 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Blue grass seed, poa pratensis. 54 E-141 1897 Orchard grass end Number M417. 1/27/1909 54 E-158 1912 Orchard grass seed number 1452 that is 55.5% pure. 1/27/1909 54 E-163 1917 Orchard grass seed number 1434 reclaimed in laboratory 99%. 1/27/1909 54 E-169 1923 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bee moth. 2/3/1909 54 E-171 1925 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Bee moth; larvae, pupa case, & pupae. 2/4/1909 54 E-172 1926 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Pupae & larvae of bee moth. 2/3/1909 54 E-173 1927 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Anasa tristis & bruchus pisorum. 54 E-174 1928 Oxyptilus perisceldaetylus, adult, 2 diams. 6/10/1901 54 E-184 1935 Scope and Contents note Harrison garman (H.G.) Phytoptera work on geranium. 4/23/1896 54 E-187 1938 Rose aphis. 4/26/1909 54 E-188 1939 White ash. 9/10/1895 54 E-189 1940 Apple brown rot. 2/1896 54 E-190 1941 unidentified image 54 E-191 1942 DF iii Scope and Contents note Subseries DF consists of nearly 250 5" x 7" flexible film negatives, dated between 1936-1948. This subseries includes nearly 100 5 x 7 prints of some negatives, located in Boxes 58 and 59. Those negatives which have prints are specified in the database. The photographer, when identified, is listed in the scope note. unidentified image 59 DF-210 Scope and Contents note 5" x 7" Print Crown borer strawberry plant in McCracken County. 9/26/1936 55 DF-1 2077 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Crown borer strawberry plant in McCracken County. 9/26/1936 55 DF-2 2078 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Crown borer strawberry plant showing adult and larvae in McCracken County. 9/27/1936 55 DF-3 2079 Venturi tube atomizer nozzle designed by Calfee. Drawn by Calfee. 55 DF-7 2080 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Ochrosidia immaculata, #3 grub. 11/2/1936 55 DF-9 2081 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Phyllophaga futillis, #3 grub. 11/2/1936 55 DF-11 2082 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Colorado potato beetle. 1/17/1936 55 DF-12 2083 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Frame showing final cluster of winter-killed bees. 11/17/1936 55 DF-13 2084 Whitie grub life cycle diagram. 11/17/1936 55 DF-14 2085 Opening bee hive. 55 DF-15 2086 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) 17 year cicada nymph in cell beneath locust root at Stamping Ground Kentucky. 11/4/1936 55 DF-16 2087 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) 17 year cicada nymph at Stamping Ground Kentucky. 11/20/1936 55 DF-17 2088 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Phyllophaga Kentuckiana (May beetle) drawings of genitalia. 1/20/1937 55 DF-18 2089 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer adult posed on petiole of strawberry leaf. 5/4/1937 55 DF-18a 2090 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer pupa in crown of injured plant. 8/5/1937 55 DF-19 2091 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer prepupae, pupae. 7/20/1937 55 DF-20 2092 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer grub in crown of injured strawberry plant. 8/5/1937 55 DF-21 2093 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Two large crown borer larvae in injured strawberry plant. 7/201937 55 DF-22 2094 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Large crown borer larva, prepupae, pupae. 8/5/1937 55 DF-23 2095 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Microbracon analcidis, adult parasite of crown borer. 55 DF-24 2096 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Plant injured by crown borer. 55 DF-25 2097 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer adult in pupa cell of injured plant. 7/20/1937 55 DF-26 2098 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer larvae in injured plant. 7/15/1937 55 DF-27 2099 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry plant showing adult crown borer injury to older leaves. 55 DF-28 2100 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Close up view of nursery patch free of crown borer in Princeton, Kentucky. 6/29/1937 55 DF-29 2101 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Close up view of plants in crown borer varietal test plots in Princeton, Kentucky. 1937 55 DF-30 2102 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Distant view of crown borer varietal test plots. 6/29/1937 55 DF-31 2103 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Newly emerged crown borer adult still in larval burrow. 4/5/1937 55 DF-32 2104 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Cocoon of M. analcidis crown borer parasite. 55 DF-33 2105 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Adult crown borer posed on leaf petiole. 55 DF-34 2106 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer adults, opossum position. 55 DF-35 2107 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer injury to leaf and stipules. 55 DF-36 2108 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry plant injured by crown borer eating out crown. 55 DF-37 2109 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer eggs exposed on plant and adult feeding. 55 DF-38 2110 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry plant showing where and how crown borer eggs are placed. 55 DF-39 2111 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Eggs of strawberry crown borer. 5/2/1937 & 5/4/1937 55 DF-40 2112 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer eggs, enlarged. 55 DF-41 2113 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Chart of strawberry crown borer spring activity as correlated with weather and host development. 12/3/1937 55 DF-42 2114 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Adults of T. faveolata. 6/15/1937 55 DF-46 2117 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Oenothera laciniata showing egg scars of T. faveolata and tunnels of larvae. 6/15/1937 55 DF-47 2118 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Oenothera laciniata showing egg scars of T. faveolata. 55 DF-48 2119 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Early spring injury of overwintering larvae of apantesis rectilinia on strawberries in Princeton, Kentucky. 55 DF-49 2120 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Pupation site of apantesis rectilinia pest of strawberries in western Kentucky. 7/17/1937 55 DF-50 2121 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Full grown apantesis larva and injured strawberry leaf. 4/6/1937 55 DF-51 2122 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Early injury of apantesis rectilinia in Princeton, Kentucky. 55 DF-52 2123 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Wing louse of chicken. 55 DF-53 2124 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Chicken body louse. 55 DF-54 2125 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Chicken head louse. 55 DF-55 2126 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Large body louse of chicken. 55 DF-56 2127 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Rearing cabinet for crown borer project. 55 DF-57 2128 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Seaton patch practicallyl free of crown borer near Kevil, Kentucky. 6/25/1937 55 DF-58 2129 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Seaton's new berry patch fairly free of crown borer. 6/25/1937 55 DF-59 2130 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Green June beetle adults caught in codling moth bait pans. 1936 55 DF-60 2131 Scope and Contents note R & J Ritcher Codling moth bait jar and moths caught. 1936 55 DF-61 2132 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Codling moth injury to apple. 55 DF-62 2133 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Apples ready for closed cluster spray. 55 DF-63 2134 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Apples ready for delayed dormant spray. 55 DF-64 2135 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Codling moth parasite adult and cocoon aenoplex carpocapsae. 5/2/1938 55 DF-65 2136 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) & Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Apple ready for full bloom spray. 55 DF-66 2137 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Apples ready for calyx spray. 55 DF-67 2138 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Rosy aphis injury to apples. 5/2/1938 55 DF-68 2139 Strawberry crown borer adults, opossum position. 5/2/1938 55 DF-69 2140 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) & Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Twig wilted by oriental fruit moth. 5/27/1938 55 DF-70 2141 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Twig of peach wilted by oriental fruit moth. 5/27/1938 55 DF-71 2142 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Twig of peach wilted by oriental fruit moth. 5/27/1938 55 DF-72 2143 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Twig of peach wilted by oriental fruit moth. 5/27/1938 55 DF-73 2144 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Apples ready for pink spray. 55 DF-74 2145 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Oyster shell scale on apple. 6/1/1938 55 DF-75 2146 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry crown borer larvae. 55 DF-76 2147 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Codling moth band with worms caught. 55 DF-77 2148 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry crown borer eggs. 7/7/1938 55 DF-78 2149 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Cherry slug on cherry. 6/1/1938 55 DF-79 2150 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Twig of peach wilted by oriental fruit moth. 5/27/1938 55 DF-80 2151 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Oriental fruit moth adults. 55 DF-81 2152 Apples ready for pink spray. 55 DF-82 2153 Egg puncture of plum curculio on apple. 5/7/1938 55 DF-83 2154 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Codling moth eggs on apple leaf. 55 DF-84 2155 Codling moth eggs on apple leaf. 55 DF-85 2156 Apples injured by rosy aphis. 7/7/1938 55 DF-86 2157 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Empty pupa case of crotch borer of apple. 5/24/1938 55 DF-87 2158 Codling moth larvae in hibernating quarters. 55 DF-88 2159 Apples ready for calyx spraying. 55 DF-89 2160 Apple injured by codling moth. 7/7/1938 55 DF-90 2161 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Codling moth adults. 5/30/1938 56 DF-91 2162 Scale on plum. 6/1/1938 56 DF-92 2163 Lythrum (hardy flowering perennial) injury of poecilocapsus lineatus 4 lined plant bug. 5/24/1938 56 DF-93 2164 Scope and Contents note R & J Ritcher Crown borer larva working in crown of plant. Fall 1938 56 DF-94 2165 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Plum cuculio adult posed on apple. 5/2/1938 56 DF-95 2166 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) and Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Xyloryctes satyrus female. 56 DF-110 2167 Dyscinetus trachypgus male. 56 DF-111 2168 Strategus julianus, coleoptera-scarabaeidae. 56 DF-112 2169 Dynastes tityus L., coleoptera-scarabaeidae. 56 DF-113 2170 Xyloryctes satyrus or coleoptera-scarabaeidae. 56 DF-114 2171 Xyloryctes satyrus male, coleoptera-scarabaeidae. 56 DF-115 2172 Pseudophonus pyriformir female. 56 DF-116 2173 Anomalini paper Plate I. 56 DF-117 2174 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Eggs of the common body louse of chickens. 56 DF-118 2175 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Fluff louse of chicken. 10/21/1941 56 DF-119 2176 Chicken body louse. 10/21/1941 56 DF-120 2177 Shaft louse of chicken. 10/20/1941 56 DF-121 2178 Chicken head louse female. 10/20/1941 56 DF-122 2179 Vein pocket midge gall of pin oak small larvae. 56 DF-123 2180 Vein pocket midge gall of pin oak eggs. 56 DF-124 2181 Vein pocket gall midge eggs and adult on pin oak leaf. 5/1/1943 56 DF-125 2182 Vein pocket gall midge eggs and adult on pin oak leafl. 5/1/1943 56 DF-126 2183 Vein pocket gall midge of pin oak--eggs and adults. 4/28/1942 56 DF-127 2184 Orientalis-raster. 56 DF-128 2185 Anomala flavipennis, #3 larvae-raster. 56 DF-129 2186 Crown borer injured strawberry plant. 56 DF-130 2187 Ritcher dynastid paper, Plate I. 56 DF-131 2188 Ritcher dynastid paper, Plate II. 56 DF-132 2189 Ritcher dynastid paper, Plate III. 56 DF-133 2190 Ritcher dynastid paper, PLATE IV. 56 DF-134 2191 Distribution maps of phyllophaga. 56 DF-135 2192 Species abundance of May beetles in the 3 bluegrass regions. 56 DF-136 2193 Counties from which May beetles were collected. 56 DF-137 2194 Distribution maps of phyllophaga. 56 DF-140 2197 Distribution maps of phyllophaga. 56 DF-141 2198 Distribution maps of phyllophaga. 56 DF-142 2199 Distrubution maps of Phyllophaga. 56 DF-143 2200 Distribution maps of Phyllophaga. 56 DF-144 2201 Distribution maps of Phyllophaga. 56 DF-145 2202 Distribution maps of Phyllophaga. 56 DF-146 2203 Ear worm injury to sweet corn. 56 DF-147 2204 Third stage larvae of cyclocephala immaculata and phyllophaga ephilida immaculata. 56 DF-148 2205 American cockroach adult. 56 DF-149 2206 Pin oak leaves injured by feeding phyllophaga ephilida adults. 8/4/1939 56 DF-150 2207 Recently laid eggs of phyllophaga hornii. 56 DF-151 2208 Adult of diogmites discolor parasite of whitegrub pupae. 56 DF-152 2209 Adult of exoprosopa fasciata parasite of whitegrub pupae. 56 DF-153 2210 Pupa of cyclocephala immaculata. 56 DF-154 2211 Adults of phyllophaga futilis and phyllophaga tristis. 4/13/1939 56 DF-155 2212 Adults of phyllophaga fusca and phyllophaga. 4/13/1939 56 DF-156 2213 Adult elis female, parasite of phyllophaga. 6/19/1939 56 DF-157 2214 Cocoons of elis and tiphia parasites. 56 DF-158 2215 Third stage larva of cyclocyphala immaculata. 4/13/1939 56 DF-159 2216 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Diogmites discolor larva and pupa white grub parasites. 56 DF-160 2217 Pupa of phyllophaga inversa in pupal cell. 8/30/1939 56 DF-161 2218 White grub (phyllophaga) injury to strawberry plants at Hillenmeyer's. 7/13/1948 56 DF-162 2219 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Phyllophaga futilis newly hatched larvae and eggs. 6/12/1939 56 DF-163 2220 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Phyllophaga inversa eggs and newly hatched larvae. 6/12/1939 56 DF-164 2221 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) White grub (phyllophaga) injury to strawberry plants. 7/13/1938 56 DF-165 2222 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Ochrosidia immaculata pupa in pupal cell. 4/13/1939 56 DF-166 2223 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) White grub (phyllophaga) injury to strawberry plants. 7/13/1938 56 DF-167 2224 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Diogmites discolor. 56 DF-168 2225 White grub (phyllophaga) injurty to strawberry plants. 7/13/1938 56 DF-169 2226 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Apples ready for pink spray and pre-pink spray. 4/13/1939 56 DF-170 2227 Codling moth larva and pupa showing hibernation sites under flakes of bark. 5/2/1938 56 DF-171 2228 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) & Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apples ready for pink and pre-pink spray. 4/13/1939 56 DF-172 2229 Ochrosidia pupa and Phyllophaga hirticula third stage larvae. 56 DF-173 2230 3 Phyllophaga hirticula #3 grubs. 1/6/1939 56 DF-174 2231 Phyllophaga inversa papae in pupal cell. 8/30/1939 56 DF-175 2232 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Phyllophaga inversa in pupal cell. 8/30/1939 56 DF-176 2233 Adult elis female parasite of white grub pupa. 6/16/1939 56 DF-177 2234 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) E. fasciata adult. 56 DF-178 2235 Phyllophaga micans and phyllophaga futilis adults. 56 DF-179 2236 Phyllophaga ligulata or cremulatia rugosa adults. 4/21/1939 56 DF-180 2237 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Adults of phyllophaga hirticula phyllophaga fervida phyllophaga micans. 1/6/1939 56 DF-181 2238 3 phyllophaga herticula and 1 female phyllophaga fervida. 11/7/1939 57 DF-182 2239 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Potentilla canadensis, common cinquefoil, wild host of crown borer. 2/6/1941 57 DF-183 2240 Premier fumigated and unfumigated showing stimulation of growth and killing of blossom buds in fumigated plant. 2/6/1941 57 DF-184 2241 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Blakemore strawberry plants, fumigated and unfumigated. Showing stimluation of growth in fumigated plant. 2/6/1941 57 DF-185 2242 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Premier plants, fumigated and unfumigated 3 pounds 2 hours 41 - 1C showing stimulation of growth in plant fumigated with methyl bromide. 2/6/1941 57 DF-186 2243 Blakemore fumigated and unfumigated 40 - 14XB 3 pounds, 4 hours showing stimulation of growth and killing of blossom buds in fumigated plant. 2/6/1941 57 DF-187 2244 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Crown borer infested strawberry plant. 6/18/1941 57 DF-188 2245 Apple grain aphis on apple buds note syrphid fly egg. 3/25/1939 57 DF-189 2246 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple grain aphis on apple buds. 3/31/1939 57 DF-190 2247 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Apple grain aphis on apple buds. 3/25/1939 57 DF-191 2248 Scope and Contents note Earl C. Vaughn (E.C.V.) Adults of phyllophaga hirticula fervida phyllophaga micans. 11/6/1939 57 DF-192 2249 Plate II anomala paper. 57 DF-193 2250 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Plate III anomala paper. 57 DF-194 2251 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Plate I of rutelinae paper. Dec-47 57 DF-195 2252 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Plate II of Ritcher rutelinae paper. Dec-47 57 DF-196 2253 Negative of DDT talk. 1/24/1945 57 DF-197 2254 Plum curculio life history charts. 57 DF-199 2255 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Lydella parasite of European corn borer. 8/27/1946 57 DF-200 2256 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Lydella parasite of European corn borer. 8/27/1946 57 DF-201 2257 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Inareolata parasite of European corn borer. 8/27/1946 57 DF-202 2258 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Cage for study of European corn borer at Experiment Station Farm. Sep-46 57 DF-203 2259 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) High stubble in field heavily infested with European corn borer, which is 2 miles out on Nichoasville Pike. 11/14/1946 57 DF-204 2260 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Corn plant broken over by corn borer. Fall 1946 57 DF-205 2261 European corn borers in corn stubble at Experiment Station Farm. 1946 57 DF-206 2262 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) European corn borers in corn stubble at Experiment Station Farm. 1946 57 DF-207 2263 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) High stubble in corn field heavily infested with European corn borer, which is 2 miles out on Nicholasville Pike. 11/14/1946 57 DF-208 2264 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) High stubble in corn field heavily infested with European corn borer, which is 2 miles out on Nicholasville Pike. 11/14/1946 57 DF-209 2265 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) European corn borer larva in high stubble; stuble tunneled thru, which is 2 miles out on Nicholasville Pike. 11/14/1946 57 DF-211 2266 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) European corn borer larva in high stubble of corn, which is 2 miles out on Nicholasville Pike, Fayette County. 11/14/1946 57 DF-212 2267 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Single crosses damaged by European corn borer that is On the Station Farm. 11/6/1946 57 DF-213 2268 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Full grown larva of European corn borer. 8/27/1946 57 DF-214 2269 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Charts for 1945 fruit insect talk. 1945 57 DF-215 2270 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Negative for DDTtalk (Life Magazine). 1/24/1945 57 DF-216 2271 Plate II Ritcher cetoniinae paper. 57 DF-217 2272 Plate I Ritcher cetoniinae paper. 57 DF-218 2273 Corn stubble on surface of soil at Station farm. Winter 1947 57 DF-219 2274 European corn borer injury to sweet golden corn, cross bantam planted 5/6/47. 7/15/1947 57 DF-220 2275 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) European corn borer injury to sweet corn. 7/15/1947 57 DF-221 2276 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) European corn borer injury to sweet corn. 7/15/1947 57 DF-222 2277 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) European corn borer injury to Bantam evergreen sweet corn. 7/15/1947 57 DF-223 2278 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) European corn borer injury to sweet corn; injury to ear of corn. 1947 57 DF-224 2278 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Plate II, Ritcher coprinus buletin. 3/21/1945 57 DF-225 2279 Plate III, Ritcher coprinus buletin. 3/21/1945 57 DF-226 2280 Plate I, Ritcher coprinus buletin. 3/21/1945 57 DF-227 2281 Pleocoma paper. 1946 57 DF-229 2282 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Pleocoma paper. 1946 57 DF-230 2283 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Pleocoma paper. 1946 57 DF-231 2284 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Pleocoma paper. 1946 57 DF-232 2285 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Experimental hybrid field corn on Experiment Station Farm damaged by European corn borer. 11/6/1946 57 DF-233 2286 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Geotrupes blackburnt. 9/13/1946 57 DF-234 2287 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Euphoria inda. 9/13/1946 57 DF-235 2288 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Pleocoma hirticollis vandykei Linsley. 9/13/1946 57 DF-236 2289 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Lucanus elaphus. 9/13/1946 57 DF-237 2290 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Osmoderma eremicola. 9/13/1946 57 DF-238 2291 Pintus carolinus. 9/13/1946 57 DF-239 2292 Phyllophaga hirticula. 9/13/1946 57 DF-240 2293 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Geotrupes blackburni. 57 DF-241 2294 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Tarnished plant bug injury to Tennessee Beauty strawberries at Sharpe, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-242 2295 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Tarnished plant bug injury to Tennessee Beauty strawberries at Sharpe, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-243 2296 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil injury at Sharpe, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-244 2297 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil injury to blackberry at Sharpe, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-245 2298 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil and its injury to strawberry buds at Sharpe, Kentucky. 4/11/1948 57 DF-246 2299 Scope and Contents note Commercial Photographer Strawberry weevil damage to strawberries at Sharpe, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-247 2300 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Tarnished plant bug injury to Tennessee Beauty strawberries. 1948 57 DF-248 2301 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Tarnished plant bug injury to Tennessee Beauty strawberries at Sharpe, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-249 2302 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil damage to blackberry bloom in Marshalll County, Sharpe, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-250 2303 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil injury to blackberry in Sharpe, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-251 2304 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil and its injury to strawberry buds at Sharpe, Kentucky. 4/11/1948 57 DF-252 2305 Scope and Contents note Commercial Photographer in Princeton, Ky. Osmoderma eremicola full grown larva. 4/30/1948 57 DF-253 2306 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Phyllophaga (May beetle) grub. 4/30/1948 57 DF-254 2307 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Phyllophaga (May beetle) grub. 4/30/1948 57 DF-255 2308 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil pupa in cut bud. 4/30/1948 57 DF-256 2309 Strawberry weevil pupa in cut bud. 4/30/1948 57 DF-257 2310 Strawberry weevil larva in cut bud. 5/17/1948 57 DF-258 2311 Lygus plant bug in Lexington, Kentucky. 5/28/1948 57 DF-259 2312 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil adult reared from cut bud in Sharpe, Kentucky. 5/28/1948 57 DF-260 2313 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberries probably buttoned by tarnished plant bugs. 5/28/1948 57 DF-261 2314 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Lygus plant bugs in Lexington, Kentucky. 5/28/1948 57 DF-262 2315 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Strawberry weevil pupa in cut bud. 5/17/1948 57 DF-263 2316 Holes made in corn stalks by birds feeding on European corn borer. Fall 1948 57 DF-264 2317 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Holes made in corn stalks by birds feeding on European corn borer larvae. Fall 1948 57 DF-265 2318 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Corn from northern corn rootworm tests #3, Bull Lot. Beetles removed from ears where they had cut silks. Mesh bag. 9/10/1948 57 DF-266 2319 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Corn from northern corn rootworm test #2. Beetles confined to ears in mesh bags. Bull lot. 9/10/1948 57 DF-267 2320 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Mesh bags (plastic) used to cage or exclude beetles of northern corn rootworm in Lexington, Kentucky. 1948 57 DF-268 2321 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Plate I, anomala paper. 57 DF-269 2322 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Codling moth band on apple tree. 57 DF-271 2324 Scope and Contents note Paul O. Ritcher (P.O.R.) Tussock moth, various stages. 57 DF-272 2325 Wooly aphis on apple. 57 DF-273 2326 General II Scope and Contents note The General series includes approximately 50 5 x 7 glass plate negatives from the Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Kentucky. They are dated from 1918-1919. Subject matter includes livestock, farm equipment, and other farm scenes. Sheep on Jochum's Farm. 6/3/1919 47 3782 Sheep on Jochum's Farm. 6/3/1919 47 3783 "Four Horse Disk and Tooth-Harrow" Jochum's Farm 6/3/1919 47 3784 Farm Mfg. class taking notes on tractor--Jochum's Farm 6/3/1919 47 3785 Teams ready to strip Bluegrass--Jonas Weil's Farm 6/13/1919 47 3786 Bluegrass stripper--Weil's Farm 6/13/1919 47 3787 A Bluegrass stripper--Weil's Farm 6/13/1919 47 3788 Stripping Bluegrass--Weil's Farm 6/13/1919 47 3789 Mr. Nicholls on horseback, Weil's Farm, Fayette County 6/13/1919 47 3790 Mr. Weil on horseback, Weil's Farm 6/13/1919 47 3791 Stripping Bluegrass--Weil's Farm 6/13/1919 47 3792 Stripping Bluegrass--Weil's Farm 47 3793 Bluegrass after stripping 48 3794 A tobacco patch "setter" 48 3795 A burley tobacco patch 48 3795A Tobacco patch in bloom 48 3796 Tobacco patch 48 3797 Tobacco--burley, topping tobacco 48 3798 Tobacco--burley, cutting tobacco 48 3799 Tobacco--burley, cutting and sticking tobacco 48 3800 Tobacco--burley, loading tobacco in field 48 3801 Tobacco--burley, loading tobacco on wagon in field 48 3802 Tobacco--burley, hauling tobacco from field 48 3803 Fat cattle--Jochum's Farm 6/13/1919 48 3804 Cattle 48 3805 Cattle 48 3806 Cattle 48 3807 Barn and silo 49 3808 Barn and silo 49 3809 Painting of "The Best Organized Dairy Farm in Kentucky" 49 3810 "The Best 150-Acre General Farm in Kentucky" 49 3811 Fig. 1 "100 Acre Farm Poorly Laid Out" 49 3812 Fig. 2 "100 Acre Farm Shown in Fig. 1 Rearranged" 49 3813 Chart -- "Good Farm Layout" Average distance chart from barn to fields 23 rods 49 3814 Chart -- "Good Farm Layout" Average distance from barn to fields 48 rods 49 3815 Chart -- "Layout with Bldgs too far from fields" Average distance from barn to fields 68 rods 49 3816 Kentucky Farm Acct. Book--front cover page 49 3817 Landscape McCubbins Woods, South Elkhorn 7/4/1918 49 3818 Nicholls Bros. Dairy buildings and herd 49 3819 Nicholls clipping udders 49 3820 Nicholls wiping udder 49 3821 Nicholls wiping udder 49 3822 Bottler 50 3823 Star bottle filler 50 3824 Manure Dump -- litter carrier and track 50 3825 Manure Dump -- litter carrier and track 50 3826 Ensilage carrier 50 3827 Homemade sterilizer, closed 50 3828 Homemade sterilizer, open 50 3829 Nicholls gas engine 50 3830 Nicholls gas engine 50 3831 Plowing corn with one-horse plow 7/4/1918 50 3832 Boys working reserve, cultivating corn 1918 50 3833