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Harrison Garman papers, circa 1898-1912 Harrison Garman papers, circa 1898-1912 text Harrison Garman papers, circa 1898-1912 1898 2007 true xt715d8ncp4j collection false 2005ua049 Guide to the Harrison Garman papers,  circa 1898-1912 Processed by Ingrid Van Royen and Kat Vaughan-Lloyd in 2006 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist.; machine-readable finding aid created by Encoded by Special Collections 2005 Special Collections University Archives and Records Program University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Building Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email: sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13 University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from MS Word.. Date of source:  Finding aid prepared by Kat Vaughan-Lloyd in November 2006 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist. Description is in  English. Guide to the Harrison Garman papers,  circa 1898-1912 Contact Information Special Collections University Archives and Records Program University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Building Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email:  sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL:  http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13 Processed by: Ingrid Van Royen and Kat Vaughan-Lloyd in 2006 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist. Finding aid completed by: Kat Vaughan-Lloyd in November 2006 under the supervision of Deirdre A. Scaggs, University Archivist. Encoded by: Eric Weig Copyright 2007 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved. Harrison Garman papers,  circa 1898-1912 2005ua049 Garman, Harrison 6.65 cubic feet (19 boxes) The materials are in  English. Correspondence and notes related to the Entomology files and research of Dr. Harrison Garman, circa 1989-1912. University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections Collection is open to researchers by appointment. The intellectual rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. 2005ua049:[Identification of item],  Harrison Garman papers , University of Kentucky Archives Garman, Harrison, 1856-1944. University of Kentucky. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Lexington (Ky.) Beaufort (N.C.) Agriculture -- Research -- Kentucky. Entomology -- Kentucky -- Lexington. College teachers -- Kentucky -- Lexington. Dr. Harrison Garman was born on December 27, 1856 in Lena, Illinois. He was educated in the public school system, graduated from Illinois State Normal University, and attended Johns Hopkins University from 1881 to 1882. He married Rosalie Miller of Hatfield, Massachusetts. Dr. Garman's career in entomology and botany began at the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural Science, 1883-1889. He served as Assistant Illinois State Entomologist from 1883-1885. From 1885-1889 he served as Assistant Professor of Zoology at the University of Illinois. Dr. Garman accepted a position as Entomologist and Botanist for the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station from 1889 to1929. In addition to his works at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, Dr. Garman also served as the Kentucky State Entomologist from 1897 to 1929. Dr. Garman authored numerous articles, papers, and experiments which were published in the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins. Considered a naturalist, of particular interest to Dr. Garman were the study of stream pollutants and pollution in Kentucky streams, believing it to be "one of the most important subjects before the public in this country at the present time." Dr. Garman was associated with numerous botanical, entomological, and zoological organizations, including the Kentucky State Beekeepers Association, the Society for the Promotion of Agricultural Sciences, and the Zoologists of Central States. He died on August 7, 1944 in Lexington, Kentucky and is buried in a local Lexington cemetery.   The  Harrison Garman papers  include correspondence and notes related to the Entomology files and research of Dr. Harrison Garman. Much of the correspondence is written on personal stationary and corporate letterheads which date from 1898 to 1912. It consists mostly of incoming correspondence from nurserymen, farmers, seed companies, chemical companies, apiaries, private individuals, foreign agricultural departments, the United States Department of Agriculture, and other Experimental Stations concerning questions and comments pertaining to the area of study that is listed on each folder. The correspondence pertains to concerns and questions raised by individual members of the community, his peers, and governmental organizations regarding topics in entomology. There are some newspaper clippings concerning pesticide use by the public during this time period. Professor Garman recorded his research and experiments in his own handwriting on small loose-leaf notepapers. The notes are dated, some with the experiment number, and several include hand illustrations of identified plants and insects. Professor Garman also created a notebook describing in detail the various species of Marine Biology in Beaufort, North Carolina, dating from July to September of 1881. In the notebook, he makes references to the works of Dr. W.K. Brooks, Fritz Muller, and [Charles] Spence Bate; all prominent scientists in their fields. The notebook is leather bound and measures 4" x 6.5". Some items of interest are: a memo dated March 9, 1915 imprinted on a cotton fiber (not paper) letterhead from a cotton manufacturer, the Botany Misc. Folder contains a letter from The Sword of Laban, American Anti-Mormon Association, The Gospel Dollar League, and Box 19, Folder 11, contains Professor Garman's handwritten bound notebook on Marine Biology from Beaufort, North Carolina, dated 1881. The collection also included bound Agricultural Experiment Station Annual Reports from 1890 to 1931, Entomology Bulletins from 1889-1954, Entomology Circulars from 1927-1937, Botany Bulletins from 1890-1932, loose Botany Circulars from 1915-1937, Regulatory Series July 1935 and 1962-1963, Results of Research for 1964, 1966, 1967, and 1968. A bibliography is included in the collection file, but the publications have been removed from the collection. Container List 1 1 Amphibia 1 2 Arachnide 1 3 Aves (Audubon Society) 1 4 Avis (Misc.) 1 5-7 Botany (Misc.) 1 8 Coleoptera, 1889-1902 2 1 Coleoptera, 1903-1924 2 2 Coleoptera - Calandridae 2 3 Coleoptera - Cerambycidae Cylleue Robiniae 2 4 Coleoptera - Cerambycidae Misc. Insects 2 5 Coleoptera Chrysomelidae, 1889-1902 2 6 Coleoptera Chrysomelidae, 1903-1919 2 7 Coleoptera Curculionidae 2 8 Coleoptera Dermestidae 3 1 Coleoptera Otiorhynchiade 3 2 Coleoptera Ptinidae 3 3 Coleoptera Rhynchitidae 3 4 Coleoptera Tenebrionidae 3 5 Coleoptera Trogosilidae 3 6 Cone Worm 3 7 Corisidae 3 8 Corn Molds 3 9 Crustacea 3 10 Cryptogamia 3 11 Cryptogamia (Misc.) 3 12 Cryptogamia - Agaricaceae  3 13-14 Cryptogamia - Apple (Misc.) 4 1 Cryptogamia - Apple (Misc.) 4 2 Cryptogamia - 1892 Apple Rot 4 3 Cryptogamia - Berries 4 4 Cryptogamia - Cherry (Misc.) 4 5 Cryptogamia - Clover (Misc.) 4 6 Cryptogamia - Fruit (Misc.) 4 7 Cryptogamia - Fruits 4 8 Cryptogamia - Graminiae (Misc.) 4 9 Cryptogamia - Grape (Misc.) 4 10 Cryptogamia - early blight Macrosporium Solani 5 1-2 Cryptogamia - (Misc.) 5 3 Cryptogamia - Peach Clado Sporium Carpaphilium 5 4 Cryptogamia - Plum (Misc.) 5 5 Cryptogamia - Selevotinia fructigenae 5 6 Cryptogamia - Small fruits 5 7 Cryptogamia - Sphaeropsis Matorum 5 8-9 Cryptogamia - Vegetable (Misc.) 6 1 Diptera, 1889-1909 6 2 Diptera, 1910-1924 6 3 Diptera Cecidomyidae c. destructor 6 4 Diptera Culicidae 6 5 Diptera Simulidae Buf. Gnat 6 6 Diptera Simulidae Buf. Gnat - (Grasses & Forage Crops) 6 7 Diptera Simulidae Buf. Gnat - (Hemp; Millet; Sorghum; Wheat; Barley; Emmer; Tobacco; Tomatoes; Broom Corn; Corn; Strawberry) 6 8 Hemiptera 7 1 Hemiptera - Aleyrodidae 7 2 Hemiptera - Aphidae, 1889-1897 7 3 Hemiptera - Aphidae, 1898-1919 7 4 Hemiptera - Cicadidae, Cicada, Tibicen, 1889-1905 7 5 Hemiptera - Cicadidae, Cicada, Tibicen, 1906-1919 7 6 Hemiptera Cocidae, 1887, 1889-1927 8 1 Hemiptera Cocidae - Aspidiotus Perniciosus, 1897-1904 8 2 Hemiptera Cocidae - Aspidiotus Perniciosus, 1905-1919 8 3 Hemiptera 13-year Locust, 1911 8 4 Hemiptera Lygaeidae Blissus Leucopterus, 1888-1896 8 5 Hemiptera Lygaeidae Blissus Leucopterus, 1897-1900 9 1 Hemiptera Lygaeidae Blissus Leucopterus, 1901-1914 9 2 Hemiptera Tassidae 9 3 Hymenoptera 9 4 Insecta, 1882, 1889-1899 9 5 Insecta, 1901-1924 10 1 Insecta Alfalfa 10 2 Insecta Red Clover 10 3 Insecta Spraying Exp., 1893-1896 10 4 Lepidoptera, 1889-1892 10 5 Lepidoptera, 1893-1899 10 6 Lepidoptera, 1900-1907 11 1 Lepidoptera, 1908-1927 11 2 Lepidoptera Cobsolete, 1912-1914 11 3 Lepidoptera Grape 11 4 Lepidoptera Noctuidae 11 5 Lepidoptera Sphingidae Spraying, 1897-1898 11 6 Lepidoptera Sphingidae Ph. Carolina 12 1 Mammalia 12 2 Maps Showing Distribution of Plants 12 3 Micrograph Reprints 12 4 Miscellaneous - Fruits 12 5 Mollusca 12 6 Myriapodae 12 7 Nodule Bacteria 12 8 Orthopterae 13 1 Pellagra 13 2-4 Phenogamia 13 5-6 Phenogamia araliaceae Panax guingusfolium 13 7 Phenogamia araliaceae (Ginseng) 13 8 Phenogamia araliaceae Panax quinquifolium 13 9 Phenogamia araliaceae Panax quinqusfolium 13 10 Phenogamia araliaceae Panax quinquefolium 14 1 Phenogamia Bignoniaeceae 14 2 Phenogamia compositas 14 3-4 Phenogamia Forage (Misc.) 14 5-10 Phenogamia Forest trees 14 11 Phenogamia 15 1-2 Phenogamia Fruits 15 3-8 Phenogamia graminiae 16 1-2 Phenogamia Leguminosae 16 3-4 Phenogamia Liliaceae allium vineale 16 5 Phenogamia orobanchaceae - Orobanche ramosa 16 6 Phenogamia orobanchaceae - Orobanche ramosa drawings 16 7 Phenogamia Plantaginaceae - weeds 16 8 Phenogamia Polygonaceae - weeds Rumex sp. 17 1 Phenogamia Scrophululariaceae Verbasciene phlomoide 17 2 Phenogamia - Seeds 17 3 Phenogamia urticaeae - Cannabis satira 17 4 Phenogamia Cuseutaceae - weeds 17 5 Phenogamia - Compositae weeds 17 6-8 Phenogamia - weeds 17 9 Pisces 17 10 Platyptera 18 1 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae 18 2 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Apple/Pear Bacillus Amylor 18 3 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Cabbage Bacillus Campestris 18 4 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Dairy Bacteria 18 5 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Danish Butter Culture 18 6 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Glycine Hispida 18 7-9 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Leguminosae 18 10 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Medicago Sativa 18 11 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Melilotus Alba 18 12 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Nodule Bacteria Misc. 19 1 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - O. Douglas Butter Culture 19 2 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Tobacco 19 3 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Trifolium Pratense 19 4 Schizomycetes Bacteriaceae - Trifolium Repens, etc. 19 5 Siphon apter 19 6 Thysanoptera 19 7 Thysanoura 19 8 Vermes 19 9 Out of file 19 10 Unnamed 19 11 Marine Biology Notebook, Beaufort, North Carolina, 1881