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James Reveal papers

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Abstract

Title:
James Reveal papers
Author/Creator:
Reveal, James
Collection number:
87-63
Size:
18.50 linear feet
Inclusive dates:
1965-2000
Collection Area:
University of Maryland
Repository:
Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, Hornbake Library, College Park, MD 20742. Tel: 301-405-9212, Fax: 301-314-2709, Email: askhornbake@umd.edu
Abstract:

James L. Reveal was on the faculty of the Department of Botany at the University of Maryland from 1969 to 1999. Reveal served as director of the Norton-Brown Herbarium of the University of Maryland between 1979 and 1999. He was a member of the Smithsonian Institution's Endangered Species Committee from 1974 to 1982. Reveal was instrumental in attaining the addition of endangered plant species to the original Endangered Species Act. His papers consist of research materials and notes, publication reprints, newspaper clippings, and photographs spanning his entire career from 1965 to 2000. Major topics include Dr. Reveal's academic and professional pursuits; botanical exploration of colonial America and the American West; Maryland plants; plant taxonomy; and the Polygonaceae subfamily Eriogonoideae, commonly known as the wild buckwheats.

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This collection is open for research.

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James Reveal papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

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This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

James Reveal was born on March 29, 1941, in Reno, Nevada. He earned his Bachelor of Science and his Master of Science degrees from Utah State University in 1964 and 1966, respectively. While completing his doctoral research, he served as a post-doctoral fellow for the Smithsonian Institution. In 1969 Reveal was awarded his Ph.D. from Brigham Young University. In 1969, he joined the Botany faculty at the University of Maryland as an Assistant Professor, and, in 1981, he became a Professor of Botany. During his tenure at the university, he was known for his dedicated service. In 1994, he received the University of Maryland "Faculty Award for Excellence in Service." Reveal served as director of the Norton-Brown Herbarium of the University of Maryland between 1979 and 1999. He continues to conduct research in association with the herbarium. Reveal's research interests include botanical studies in the American West, especially endangered and threatened species. He has done work on the history of botanical exploration in the New World and botanical nomenclature and taxonomy as well. Much of his research and writing is devoted to the Polygonaceae subfamily Eriogonoideae, commonly known as the wild buckwheats. His interest in combining history and botany led to a project on botanical discovery in colonial Maryland. Reveal has published four hundred works and has presented nearly one hundred talks. As a member of the Smithsonian Institution's Endangered Species Committee (1974-1982), Reveal was instrumental in attaining the addition of endangered plant species to the original Endangered Species Act.Reveal has discovered or identified over fifty plant varieties. Most of the discoveries were flowering plants of the American Southwest. Reveal identified five new plant varieties in 1968 at a Nevada nuclear testing site. In 1981, Reveal and one of his former graduate students, Norlyn James Bodkin, then professor of Botany at James Madison University, together identified and documented the uniqueness of a variation of the Virginia Wake Robin. They gave this new lily variety the scientific name Trillium pussillum monticulum and the common name Shenandoah Wake Robin. This finding received media attention, because it was the first discovery of a new plant along the Eastern Seaboard since the 1940s.

In addition to the University of Maryland, Reveal's research affiliations have evolved over the course of his career, including the Department of History at the Natural History Museum in London, the Department of Botany at the Academy of Natural History in Philadelphia (especially their Lewis and Clark Herbarium), the Missouri Botanical Garden, and the Monte L. Bean Museum of Life Sciences at Brigham Young University. His work on endangered and threatened plants has brought him into connection with the following institutions: Atomic Energy Commission (University of California at Los Angeles), the Endangered Species Committee of the National Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian Institution), and the Office of Endangered Species and International Affairs (United States Department of the Interior).Reveal married C. Rose Broome in 1978. Dr. Broome held the position of Associate Professor of Botany at the University of Maryland before joining the United States Department of Agriculture as part of the Agricultural Research Service. Throughout their careers, Reveal and Broome have collaborated on research projects, most notably the research related to plants in colonial Maryland. Explorations in Mexico in 1975 led to their joint discovery of two new varieties, which were named for Reveal and Broome. In 1981, Reveal had the opportunity to travel to China with USDA researcher James A. Duke to research Chinese medicinal plants. This trip was sponsored by the National Institutes of Health as part of their research project for botanical cures for cancer. The two American researchers met with Chinese botanists and medical professionals during their stay.

Reveal's research project on the history of botanical exploration in colonial Maryland involved a 1983 trip to London to study plant specimens at the Linnean Herbarium, the British Museum of Natural History, and the Sloane Herbarium of Oxford University. Reveal collaborated with Dr. George F. Frick of the History Department of the University of Delaware; Dr. Melvin L. Brown of the Botany Department of the University of Maryland; and his wife, Dr. C. Rose Broome, of the United States Department of Agriculture. Their work set out to prove that five specific naturalists in colonial Maryland had collected plant specimens between 1697 and 1736. The plants had been gathered and brought by boat to London for Carl Linnaeus. The identification of these plants held significance in three ways, which appropriately tied together Reveal's research interests. First, Linnaeus studied these plants in preparation for his groundbreaking work of modern botanical nomenclature, Species Plantarum (1753). Second, determining the five naturalists who investigated the flora of colonial Maryland was important to the history of botanical exploration in the New World. Finally, identifying plant species of colonial Maryland would be significant for pinpointing extinct and endangered plants in contemporary Maryland.

As a result of the research trip to London, the Sloane Herbarium allowed collections of these Maryland plant specimens to travel to Maryland in 1983 for a three-part exhibition. The specimens were displayed in the H. J. Patterson Hall of the University of Maryland; Christ Church in Port Republic, Maryland; and the State House in Annapolis, Maryland. In 1987, Reveal, Frick, Brown, and Broome together published three articles, "Botanical Explorations and Discoveries in Colonial Maryland," "On the Identity of Plants Mentioned in the First Two Editions of Linnaeus' Species Plantarum," and "The Identification of Pre-1753 Polynomials and Collections of Vascular Plants from the British Colony of Maryland" in volume seven of the journal Huntia. Reveal and his group identified Hugh Jones, a parish priest of Christ Church, Calvert County, Maryland, between 1697 and 1701, as the first collector of Maryland botanical specimens. The archives of the church confirmed their conjectures. In 1992, the church honored Hugh Jones with a memorial grove, and Dr. Reveal presented the dedication. In that same year, the Library of Congress published Reveal's illustrated Gentle Conquest: The Botanical Discovery of North America. Gentle Conquest built upon the colonial Maryland research but encompassed the history of botanical exploration in the New World from the first settlement to the end of the Western frontier.

In 1999, Reveal was named Professor Emeritus of the University of Maryland. Upon his retirement as a full-time faculty member, he and his wife moved to Montrose, Colorado. Broome remains affiliated with the United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service, Plant Genome Project. Reveal continues actively to research and publish his work, including contributions to the educational web site "Discovering Lewis and Clark."

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Papers of James Reveal consist of research notes and materials, publication reprints, newspaper clippings, slides, and other materials related to his entire career from 1965 to 2000. The papers shed light on the development of his career and the progress of his research on botanical exploration in the New World, endangered plant species, and botanical nomenclature. The majority of the papers are publication reprints, spanning from 1965 to 2000, and photocopies and photographs of research materials with corresponding research notes, covering the period from 1983 to 1992. The papers also include newspaper clippings related to Reveal's career, invitations, awards, photographs, negatives, slides, a text block, compact discs, and two plant x-rays.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

James L. Reveal originally donated the materials related to the plants of colonial Maryland research project in 1987. He donated additional accretions related to his entire career in 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2006.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed by Jill F. Reilly, January 2003.

Processing note:

The Papers of James Reveal arrived labeled and in the original order used by Dr. Reveal. Most of this original order has been preserved, with the exception of the publication reprints. The reprints were initially placed in reverse chronological order, and they were reorganized into traditional chronological order. All papers were placed in acid-free folders and boxes. Staples and paperclips were replaced with padded, non-reactive fasteners. When deemed appropriate, duplicate copies of reprint publications were discarded. News clippings were photocopied onto acid-free paper and the originals were discarded. Series divisions reflect the original order of the collection, and the order of the Colonial Maryland materials was kept intact to preserve the order used by the researchers. Photographic materials, including photographs, negatives, slides and two x-rays, were placed in a separate series. Many of the photographs and negatives were originally grouped together in packets. Numbers were assigned to these packets so corresponding photographs and negatives could be identified once the they were separated. Photograph notebooks in binders were disbound and placed in folders or three-ring binders. The photographic materials were sleeved in Mylar and stored in photographic binders. Memorabilia items were transferred to the memorabilia collection. One folder of research materials, "Notes -- Tulipa Research --Botanical Description of Species and Varieties . . . ", by M. W. Woods (a student in the Department of Botany), was transferred to the Records of the Department of Botany (Series II, Box 6, Research Notes).

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Henry Allen, July 2004.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Biographical, 1969-1999 (0.25 linear feet)

This series contains news clippings about Reveal or about issues of interest to Reveal. The articles about Reveal provide biographical information about his personal life and his career. Awards and invitations are also included in the series. Arrangement is alphabetical by folder heading and then chronological.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Awards and Certificates, 1985, 1994 series 1box 1folder 1
Clippings and News Articles about Reveal, 1970-1999 series 1box 1folder 2
Clippings and News Articles about Reveal, 1970-1999 series 1box 1folder 3
Clippings and News Articles about Reveal, 1970-1999 series 1box 1folder 4
Clippings and News Articles by Others Collected by Reveal, 1978-1998 series 1box 1folder 5
Invitations and Programs -- Brigham Young University, Library of Congress, 1969, 1997 series 1box 1folder 6
Invitations and Programs -- University of Maryland Events, 1985-1998 series 1box 1folder 7
Research Materials -- Copy of Calvert County Land Records series 1box 1folder 15
Research Materials -- Copy of Calvert County Land Records series 1box 1folder 16
Research Materials -- Copy of Calvert County Land Records series 1box 1folder 17

Series 2: Research, ca. 1971-1999 (1.5 linear feet)

The research materials in this series consist of notes, talks, testimonies, class handouts, papers, proposals and publicity related to Reveal's research and teaching. Arrangement is alphabetical by topic heading and then chronological.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Class Handouts, 1971-1974 series 2box 1folder 8
Conference Proceedings -- Second International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, July 17-24, 1980 series 2box 1folder 9
Government Publications -- Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, 1975-1978 series 2box 1folder 10
Research Materials -- Eriogonum Names, [undated] series 2box 1folder 11
Research Materials -- Acquisition Reports from Natural History Museum (Great Britain), [undated] series 2box 1folder 12
Research Materials -- Copy of Calvert County Land Records, [undated] series 2box 1folder 13
Research Materials -- Copy of Calvert County Land Records series 2box 1folder 14
Papers, [1967, undated] series 2box 1folder 18
Papers -- "A One-Room School: The First Five Years,", 1985 series 2box 1folder 19
Proposals -- "Monographic Studies of the Genus Eriogonum (Polygonaceae),", 1974 series 2box 1folder 20
Proposals -- "Illustrated Manual of the Endangered, Extinct, and Commercially Exploited Vascular Plants of the Continental United States and Alaska", [1976] series 2box 1folder 21
Proposals -- "Proposal for Academic Reorganization, UMCP", October 1985 series 2box 1folder 22
Proposals -- "Future of the Norton-Brown Herbarium", 1988 series 2box 2folder 1
Proposals -- "The Agricultural Art and Science Foundation: Saving a Unique National Treasure", [undated] series 2box 2folder 2
Publicity, 1984, 1992, [undated] series 2box 2folder 3
Talks -- Programs, Flyers, Brochures, Abstracts, 1965-1999 series 2box 2folder 4
Talks -- Programs, Flyers, Brochures, Abstracts, 1965-1999 series 2box 2folder 5
Talks -- Programs, Flyers, Brochures, Abstracts, 1965-1999 series 2box 2folder 6
Talks -- Programs, Flyers, Brochures, Abstracts, 1965-1999 series 2box 2folder 7
Talks -- Programs, Flyers, Brochures, Abstracts, 1965-1999 series 2box 2folder 8

Series 3: Research on Plants of Colonial Maryland, ca. 1983-1986 (3.25 linear feet)

This series documents the development of the research project on the botanical exploration of colonial Maryland with a team of three other researchers, C. Rose Broome, George F. Frick, and Melvin L. Brown. The materials reflect their research methods, especially in the herbaria of London, and their later writing and presentations. Included are research materials, notes, notebooks, publications, and talks. Of particular note is the publication submission to the journal Huntia for the series of articles, entitled "Botanical Explorations and Discoveries in Colonial Maryland." Arrangement is alphabetical by document type, and, within types, the items remain in their original order.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Notebooks -- Maryland References from Ray, [undated] series 3box 1folder 1
Notebooks -- Linnaeus' Species Plantarum (1753), Maryland References, [undated] series 3box 1folder 2
Notebooks -- Plant Collections of the Reverend Hugh Jones of Christ Church Parish, Calvert County, Maryland, [undated] series 3box 1folder 3
Notes -- DuBois Herbarium Notes (Oxford University), Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 4
Notes -- Scott Collection Notes (Sloane Herbarium - H.S. 316), Reveal, Frick, Broome and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 5
Notes -- Original Notes on H. S. 37, 74, and 246 (Sloane Herbarium), Reveal, Frick, Broome and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 6
Notes -- Notes on Maryland Plants in H. S. 32, 40, 89, 94, 102, 127, 249, 250, 264 - Sloane Herbarium, Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 7
Notes -- Notes on Maryland Plants in H. S. 158 and 159 (Sloane Herbarium), Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 8
Notes -- Notes on John Smart Maryland Plants, Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 9
Notes -- Petiver's List of Plants Collected by Hugh Jones Found in Front of H. S. 158 - Sloane Herbarium, Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 10
Notes -- Typescript of Initial Literature Survey Describing Maryland Plants, Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 11
Research Materials -- James Petiver's Opera (BM - Botany Version), Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 12
Research Materials -- James Petiver's Philos. Transact. (1698) (Article - Working Copy and Clean Copy), Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 13
Research Materials -- (British Library Manuscripts Collection) Petiver's Listing of Hugh Jones, Maryland Specimens, Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 14
Research Materials -- Copy of Select Pages from Dandy's "The Sloane Herbarium" (1958), Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, [undated] series 3box 1folder 15
Research Materials -- Opera Historian Naturalem Spectantia or Gazophylacium, Jacob Petiver, (1764), [undated] series 3box 1folder 16
Research Materials -- Almagnesti Botanici Mantissa, Leonard Plukenet (1700), [undated] series 3box 2folder 1
Research Materials -- Historiae Plantarum Supplementum, John Ray (1704), [undated] series 3box 2folder 2
Research Materials -- Historiae Plantarum Supplementum, John Ray (1704), [undated] series 3box 2folder 3
Research Materials -- Historiae Plantarum Supplementum, John Ray (1704), [undated] series 3box 2folder 4
Research Materials -- Description of Plants from Various Parts of the World, D. C. Solander, [undated] series 3box 2folder 5
Research Materials -- Duplicates from Herbarium DuBois, [undated] series 3box 2folder 6
Publications -- Relating to and Resulting from Work on Early Maryland Plants, Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, 1982-1986 series 3box 3folder 1
Publication Submission -- "Botanical Explorations and Discoveries in Colonial Maryland," Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown, 1986 series 3box 3folder 2
Publication Submission -- "Botanical Explorations and Discoveries in Colonial Maryland," Reveal, 1986 series 3box 3folder 3
Talks -- Text of Talks about Early Maryland Plant Collectors, Reveal, 1985 series 3box 3folder 4

Series 4: Publications, 1965-2006 (2 linear feet)

Series IV is comprised of publications by Reveal from his graduate work at Brigham Young University through his retirement as professor emeritus at the University of Maryland. Included are reprints of journal articles, entire journals containing pieces by Reveal, a compact disc version of a textbook, and a calendar with text written by Reveal. An article by Dr. Rose C. Broome is located at the end of the series. Arrangement is chronological.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
"A New Alpine Eriogonum from Nevada." Leaflets of Western Botany. Vol. 10, 1965 series 4box 1folder 1
"Notes on Eriogonum-I." Leaflets of Western Botany. Vol. 10, 1966 series 4box 1folder 2
"On the Specific Distinction of Eriogonum Nutans and Collinum." Madroño. Vol. 18, 1966 series 4box 1folder 3
"Notes on Three Utah Eriogonums." Proceedings Utah Academy of Science. Vol. 42, 1966 series 4box 1folder 4
Plants of the the White Mountains, California and Nevada, 1966 series 4box 1folder 5
Checklist of Vascular Plants of the Intermountain Region, 1966 series 4box 1folder 6
"Astralopteris, A New Cretaceous Fern Genus from Utah and Colorado." Brigham Young University Geology Studie.s Vol. 14, 1967 series 4box 1folder 7
"Publication Dates and Current Names of 144 Names Proposed in Two 1848 Thomas Nuttall Articles." Taxon. Vol. 16, 1967 series 4box 1folder 8
"Two New Eriogonums from Baja California, Mexico." Madroño. Vol. 19, 1967 series 4box 1folder 9
"A New Name for a Utah Lepidium." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 27, 1967 series 4box 1folder 10
"Notes on Eriogonum-III. On the Status of Eriogonum Pauciflorum Pursh." Great BasinNaturalist. Vol. 27, 1967 series 4box 1folder 11
"Notes on Eriogonum-II. Variation in Eriogonum Atrorubens." Sida. Vol. 3, 1967 series 4box 1folder 12
"A New Species of Townsendia (Compositae) from Utah." Brittonia. Vol. 20, 1968 series 4box 1folder 13
"On the Status of Eriogonum Jonesii S. Wats." Southwestern Naturalist. Vol. 13, 1968 series 4box 1folder 14
"Eriogonum Umbellatum Torr. var. Cognatum (Greene) Reveal." Southwestern Naturalist. Vol. 13, 1968 series 4box 1folder 15
"Some Nomenclatural Changes in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 17, 1968 series 4box 1folder 16
"A New Variety of Eriogonum Umbellatum from Southern Nevada." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 28, 1968 series 4box 1folder 17
"A New Annual Eriogonum from Utah." Annual Missouri Botanical Garden. Vol. 55, 1968 series 4box 1folder 18
"Notes on the Texas Eriogonums." Sida. Vol. 3, 1968 series 4box 1folder 19
"On the Names in Fraser's 1813 Catalogue." Rhodora. Vol. 70, 1968 series 4box 1folder 20
"Notes on Eriogonum-V. A Revision of the Eriogonum Corymbosum Complex." Great BasinNaturalist. Vol. 27, 1968 series 4box 1folder 21
"Notes on Eriogonum-IV. A Revision of the Eriogonum Deflexum Complex." Brittonia. Vol. 20, 1968 series 4box 1folder 22
"A New Perennial Buckwheat (Eriogonum, Polygonaceae) from Southeastern Arizona." Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science. Vol. 5, 1969 series 4box 1folder 23
"New Species of Eriogonum and Gilia from Southern Nevada." Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. Vol. 96, 1969 series 4box 1folder 24
"New Species of Eriogonum from Utah." Madroño. Vol. 19, 1968 series 4box 1folder 25
"The Subgeneric concept in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae)." Current Topics in Plant Science, 1969 series 4box 1folder 26
"Palmoxylon simperi and Palmoxylon pristina: Two Pre-Cretaceous Angiosperms from Utah." Science. Vol. 168, 1970 series 4box 1folder 27
"Comments on Lesquerella Hitchcockii." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 30, 1970 series 4box 1folder 28
"Machaeranthera ammphila (Compositae, Astereae), a new species from Southern Nevada." Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. Vol. 97, 1970 series 4box 1folder 29
"A Revision of the Utah Species of Townsendia (Compositae)." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 30, 1970 series 4box 1folder 30
"Additional Notes on the Califrnia Buckwhesats (Eriogonum, Polygonaceae)." Aliso. Vol. 7, 1970 series 4box 1folder 31
"Sparganium Simplex Huds., a Superluous Name." Taxon. Vol. 19, 1970 series 4box 1folder 32
"Notes on Eriogonum - VI." Brigham Young University Science Bulletin. Vol. 8, 1970 series 4box 1folder 33
"New Species of Lathyrus (Fabaceae) from the Death Valley Region of California and Nevada." Aliso. Vol. 7, 1971 series 4box 1folder 34
"Checklist of Plant Species of the Chesapeake Bay Occuring within the Hightide Limits of the Bay and Its Tributaries." Department of Botany, University of Maryland, 1971 series 4box 1folder 35
"[Review of] Plant Variation and Evolution." Economic Botany. Vol. 24, 1971 series 4box 1folder 36
"A New Annual Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from Southern Nevada and Adjacent California." Aliso. Vol. 7, 1971 series 4box 1folder 37
"A New Frasera from Southern Nevada (Gentianaceae)." Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. Vol. 98, 1971 series 4box 1folder 38
"A New Combination in Tofieldia Glutinosa (Liliaceae)." Rhodora. Vol. 73, 1971 series 4box 1folder 39
"A New Penstemon (Scrophulariaceae) and Grindelia (Asteraceae) from Southern Nye County, Nevada." Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. Vol. 98, 1971 series 4box 1folder 40
"Variation within Calochortus Venustulus (Liliaceae)." Rhodora. Vol. 74, 1972 series 4box 1folder 41
"A New Variety of Salvia Betuliifolia (Labiatae)." Phytologia. Vol. 24, 1972 series 4box 1folder 42
"A New Phacelia (Hydrophyllaceae) from Southern Nevada." Brittonia. Vol. 24, 1972 series 4box 1folder 43
"The First International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology." Taxon. Vol. 21, 1972 series 4box 1folder 44
Phytologia. [Includes "Descriptions of New Species and Combinations in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae)." pp. 163-178] Vol. 23, March 1972 series 4box 1folder 45
Chesapeake Science. [Includes "Vascular Plants of the Chesapeake Bay." pp. S94-S96] Vol. 13, December 1972 series 4box 1folder 46
"Two New Species of Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from California and Adjacent States." Aliso. Vol. 7, 1972 series 4box 1folder 47
"Miscellaneous Chromosome Counts of Western American Plants-II." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 33, 1973 series 4box 1folder 48
"A New Species of Gibasis (Commelinaceae) from Northern Mexico." Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. Vol. 99, 1972 series 4box 1folder 49
"A New Subfruticose Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from Western Colorado." Great BasinNaturalist. Vol. 33, 1973 series 4box 1folder 50
"Comments on Two Names in an Early Utah Flora." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 32, 1972 series 4box 1folder 51
"A Re-evaluation of Potamogeton Fibrillosus Fern (Potamogetonaceae)." Rhodora. Vol. 75, 1973 series 4box 2folder 1
"Miscellaneous Chromosome Counts of Western American Plants-I." The Southwestern Naturalist. Vol. 18, 1974 series 4box 2folder 2
"A New Centaurium (Gentianaceae) from the Death Valley Region of Nevada and California." Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. Vol. 100, 1973 series 4box 2folder 3
"A New Variety of Penstemon Thurberi (Scrophulariaceae)." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 34, 1974 series 4box 2folder 4
"[Review of] The Genus Lesquerella (Cruciferae) in North America." Madroño. Vol. 22, 1974 series 4box 2folder 5
"New Combination in Penstemon (Scrophulariaceae)." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 34, 1974 series 4box 2folder 6
"Two New Varieties of Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from the Intermountain Region." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 34, 1974 series 4box 2folder 7
"A New Variety of Eriogonum Ericifolium (Polygonaceae)." Madroño. Vol. 23, 1975 series 4box 2folder 8
"Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) Novelties from Baja California, Mexico." Brittonia. Vol. 28, 1976 series 4box 2folder 9
"Endangered, Threatened, Extinct, Endemic, and Rare or Restricted Utah Vascular Plants." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 35, 1975 series 4box 2folder 10
"Miscellaneous Chromosome Counts of Western American Plants-III." Rhodora. Vol. 78, 1976 series 4box 2folder 11
"On the Identity of Halesia Carolina L. (Styracaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 25, 1976 series 4box 2folder 12
"Dedeckera (Polygonaceae), a New Genus from California." Brittonia. Vol. 28, 1976 series 4box 2folder 13
Extinction Is Forever, 1976 series 4box 2folder 14
"Reestablishment of Stenogonum Nutt. (Polygonaceae)." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 36, 1976 series 4box 2folder 15
"Revision of Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) Subgenus Pterogonum." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 36, 1976 series 4box 2folder 16
"Goodmania (Polygonaceae), a New Genus from California." Brittonia. Vol. 28, 1976 series 4box 2folder 17
Phytologia. Vol. 34, November 1976 series 4box 2folder 18
"Alnus Maritima Muhl. Ex. Nutt., Not Alnus Metoporina Furlow." Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. Vol. 64, 1977 series 4box 2folder 19
"Miscellaneous Chromosome Counts of Western American Plants-IV." Madroño. Vol. 24, 1977 series 4box 2folder 20
Phytologia. [Includes "Really, Who Gives a Damn?" pp. 373-384] Vol. 35, April 1977 series 4box 2folder 21
"A New Species of Ivesia (Rosaceae) from Southeastern Oregon." Madroño. Vol. 24, 1977 series 4box 2folder 22
University of Maryland Graduate School Chronicle. [Includes "Exploring the Green Frontier." pp. 3-6] Vol. 10, May 1977 series 4box 2folder 23
"Utah Flora: Brassicaceae (cruciferae)." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 37, 1977 series 4box 2folder 24
Mentzelia. Vol. 3, 1972 series 4box 2folder 25
Endangered Species: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheri, 1978 series 4box 2folder 26
"Historical and Present Research Activities Relating to Threatened and Endangered Plants in Nevada." Northern Nevada Native Plant Society Newsletter. Vol. 4, 1978 series 4box 2folder 27
"Distribution and Phylogeny of Eriogonoideae (Polygonaceae)." Great Basin Naturalist. No. 2, 1978 series 4box 2folder 28
"The Second International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology." Taxon. Vol. 28, 1979 series 4box 3folder 1
"Who Was Redding of Oxytheca reddingianum M.E. Jones?" Madroño. Vol. 26, 1979 series 4box 3folder 2
The Nature Conservancy News. [Includes "Plant Rarity-Real and Imagined." pp. 4-8] Vol. 29, March/April 1979 series 4box 3folder 3
Rare and Endangered Vascular Plant Species in Maryland, December, 1979 series 4box 3folder 4
"Fate of the Jones Collections." Calvert Independent, October 29 and November 5, 1980 series 4box 3folder 5
Mentzelia. [Includes "Biogeography of the Intermountain Region-A Speculative Appraisal." pp. 1-92.] No. 4, 1979 series 4box 3folder 6
"Genus Nemacaulis Nutt. (Polygonaceae)." Madroño. Vol. 27, 1980 series 4box 3folder 7
"Proposals to Converve or Reject" [(525) Canila proposed by Reveal] Taxon. Vol. 29, 1980 series 4box 3folder 8
"Genus Eriogonum Michx. (Polygonaceae) and Michel Gandoger." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 40, 1980 series 4box 3folder 9
Evolution Today, July 1980 series 4box 3folder 10
["Eriogonum," Reveal citations] Madroño. Vol. 27, 1980 series 4box 3folder 11
"Nomenclature" [Includes "Antonyms and New Confusion in the International Code" p. 495] Taxon. Vol. 29, 1980 series 4box 3folder 12
"Proposal for the Conservation of the Generic Name Picrodendron Grisebach (1859) against Picrodendron Planchon (1846) (Euphorbiaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 29, 1980 series 4box 3folder 13
"A Night with the Chorus Was Well Worth the Climb." The Diamondback, April 14, 1981 series 4box 3folder 14
"Eriogonum Divariacatum Hook. (Polygonaceae), an Intermountain Species in Argentina." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 41, 1981 series 4box 3folder 15
"New Variety of Centaurium Namophilum (Gentianaceae) from the Great Basin." C. Rose Broome. Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 41, No. 2, 1981 series 4box 3folder 16
"Comments on the Typification of Two Linnaean Species of Phlox (Polemoniaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 31, 1982 series 4box 3folder 17
"Comments on Maryland's Proposed Endangered and Threatened Vascular Plants." Castanea. Vol. 47, 1982 series 4box 3folder 18
Phytologia. [Includes "A Synoptical Review of a Revised Classification of LiliopSida (Magnoliophyta) as Proposed by Dahlgren and Clifford." pp. 179-183] Vol. 52, November 1982 series 4box 3folder 19
"A New Variety of Trillium Pusillum (Liliaceae) from the Virginias." Brittonia. Vol. 34, 1982 series 4box 3folder 20
"An Outline and Index to Takhtajon's 1980 Classification of Flowering Plants." Taxon. Vol. 31, 1982 series 4box 3folder 21
"A New Proposal to Conserve 8037 Odontonema (Acanthaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 31, 1982 series 4box 3folder 22
"Proposal to Conserve the Name of the Tomato as Lycopersicon esculentum P. Miller and Reject the Combination Lycopersicon lycopersicum (L.) Karsten (solanaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 32, 1983 series 4box 3folder 23
Phytologia. [Includes "Significance of pre-1753 Botanical Explorations in Temperate North America on Linnaeus' First Edition of Species Plantarum." pp. 1-96.] Vol. 53, March 1983 series 4box 3folder 24
"Add the Rank Superorder Denoted by -anae." Taxon. Vol. 32, 1983 series 4box 3folder 25
"Proposal to Conserve 9157 Heliopsis Peroon (1807) with the conserved type Buphthalum Heliathoides L. (Asteraceae)" Taxon. Vol. 32, 1983 series 4box 3folder 26
"The Demoulin Rule and Newly Mandated Combinations in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 32, 1983 series 4box 3folder 27
"A New Population of Trillium pusillum var. monticulum Bodkin and Reveal (Liliaceae)." Castanea. Vol. 48, 1983 series 4box 3folder 28
"Annotated Key to Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) of Nevada." Great Basin Naturalist. Vol. 45, 1985 series 4box 3folder 29
"Types of Nevada Buckwheats (Eriogonum: Polygonaceae)." Great Naturalist. Vol. 45, 1985 series 4box 3folder 30
"New Nevada Entities and Combinations in Eriogonum (polygonaceae)." Great Basin Basin Naturalist. Vol. 45, 1985 series 4box 3folder 31
"Missing FrÁmont Cannon - An Ecological Solution?" Madroño. Vol. 32, 1985 series 4box 3folder 32
"Colonial Maryland Plants in D. C. Solander's 'Description of Plants from Various Parts of the World' - an Unpublished Manuscript." Bartonia. Vol. 51, 1985 series 4box 3folder 33
"Additional Comments on Linnaean Types of Eastern North American Plants." Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. Vol. 92, 1986 series 4box 4folder 1
"Practice of Dr. Andrew Scott of Maryland and North Carolina." Maryland Historical Magazine. Vol. 82, 1987 series 4box 4folder 2
"Linneaus and His North American Contemporaries: Their Role in New World Botany." Heritage of Our Agricultural Literature, 1987 series 4box 4folder 3
"Sequential Evolution of Euphilotes (Lycaenidae: Scolitantidini) on their Plant host Eriogonum (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae)." Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Vol. 33, 1988 series 4box 4folder 4
"On the Modern Death of David Douglas (1798-1834)." Madroño. Vol. 36, 1989 series 4box 4folder 5
"Typification of Sugarcane, Saccharum officinarum L. (Poaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 38, 1989 series 4box 4folder 6
Phytologia. Vols. 66, May 1989 series 4box 4folder 7
"The Neotypification of Arum dracontium L. (Araceae)." Bartonia. No. 56, 1990 series 4box 4folder 8
"Proposal to Conserve the Name and Type of Acalypha virginica L. (Euphorbiaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 39, 1990 series 4box 4folder 9
"Proposal to Conserve the Name and Type of Cuscuta Americana L. (Cuscutaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 39, 1990 series 4box 4folder 10
"Joseph E. Harned, Allegheny Botanist." Bartonia. No. 56, 1990 series 4box 4folder 11
"Solander, Dryander, or Aiton: Who is the Author of Clematis Ochroleuca and What is its Type?" Bartonia. Vol. 56, 1990 series 4box 4folder 12
"Proposal to Conserve the Name and Type of Carpinus virginiana P. Miller (Betulaceae), the Basionym of Ostrya Vriginiana (P. Miller) k. Koch." Taxon. Vol. 39, 1990 series 4box 4folder 13
"Proposal to Reject the Name Cenchrus Carolinianus Walter (Poaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 39, 1990 series 4box 4folder 14
"The Neotypification of Lemna Minuta Humb., Bonpl. and Kunth, An Earlier Name for Lenma Minuscula Herter (Lemnaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 39, 1990 series 4box 4folder 15
"Validation of Three Family Names in the Magnoliophyta." Bulletin of the Museum of Natural History Nat. Ser. 4, B Adansonia. Vol. 13, 1991 series 4box 4folder 16
"Two Previously Unnoticed Sources of Generic Names Published by John Hill in 1753 and 1754-1755." Bulletin of the Museum of Natural History Nat. Ser. 4, B Adansonia. Vol. 13, 1991 series 4box 4folder 17
"On the Typification of Seven Names in Anemone (Ranunculaceae) Proposed by Linnaeus." Bartonia. No. 57, 1992 series 4box 4folder 18
"Matelea suberosa (L.) Shinners (Asclepiadaceae)-Once Again." Bartonia. No. 57, 1992 series 4box 4folder 19
"Re-establishment of a Discarded Name in Crepis L. (Asteraceae)." Watsonia. Vol. 19, 1992 series 4box 4folder 20
"A List of Validly Published, Automatically Typified, Ordinal Names of Vascular Plants." Taxon. Vol. 42, 1993 series 4box 4folder 21
Phytologia. Vol. 74, no.3, March 1993 series 4box 4folder 22
A List of Linnaean Generic Names and Their Types. Koeltz Scientific Books, Konigstein, Germany, 1993 series 4box 4folder 23
"Proposal to Conserve the Orthography of Anemone narcissiflora L. (Anemonastrum narcissiflorum; Ranunculaceae)." Taxon. Vol. 44, 1995 series 4box 4folder 24
NCU-1 Family Names in Current Use for Vascular Plants, Bryophytes and Fungi. [Includes "Vascular Plant Family Names in Current Use." pp. 15-60], 1993 series 4box 4folder 25
Gentle Conquest. The Botanical Discovery of North America with Illustrations from the Library of Congress. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing [Calendar, Flat Storage], 1994 series 4box 4folder 26
Phytologia. Vol. 79, no. 2, August 1995 series 4box 4folder 27
"What's In a Name: Identifying Plants in Pre-Linnaean Botanical Literature.", 1996 series 4box 4folder 28
"Taxonomy of North American Species of Zizania (Poaceae)." Sida. Vol. 17, 1997 series 4box 4folder 29
"Eriogonum codium (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae), a New Species from Southcentral Washington." Rhodora. Vol. 97, 1995 series 4box 4folder 30
Probe. [Includes "A Guide to Scientific Names of Vascular Plants." pp. 16-17] Vol. 6, July 1996 series 4box 4folder 31
Compositae Newsletter. [Includes "Early Suprageneric Names in Asteraceae." pp. 29-45] No. 30, June 1997 series 4box 4folder 32
A Weekend of Wooly Knees. Berkeley: Jepson Herbanium Workshop, 1997 series 4box 4folder 33
"Lesquerella Vincina (Brassicaceae), a New Species from the Uncompahgre River Valley in Western Colorado." Novon. Vol. 7, 1997 series 4box 4folder 34
"Validation of Subfamily Names in Lythraceae." Taxon. Vol. 47, 1998 series 4box 4folder 35
The Lewis and Clark Collections of Vascular Plants, January 1999 series 4box 4folder 36
Botany Online. [Textbook], 1999 series 4box 4folder 37
"A List of Suprageneric Names in Ranunculaceae (Magnoliophyta)." Taxon. Vol. 48, 1999 series 4box 4folder 38
Annotated List of the Flora of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland. Beltsville: USDA, May 2000 series 4box 4folder 39
"Mentzelia rhizomata (Loasaceae: Mentzelioideae), a New Species from Western Colorado." Systematic Botany, Vol. 27, No. 4, 2002 series 4box 4folder 40
"Kathleen M. Peterson: 1948-2003." Sida, Vol. 21, No. 2, 2004 series 4box 4folder 41
"Nomenclatural Summary of Polygonaceae Subfamily Eriogonoideae." Harvard Papers in Botany, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2004 series 4box 4folder 42
"Physarua pulvinata (Brassicaceae), a new species from southwestern Colorado. Brittonia. Vol. 58, No. 1, 2006 series 4box 4folder 43

Series 5: Photographs, ca. 1983-1991 (11.5 linear feet)

This series contains photographic materials in several formats that Reveal used in his research. Three disbound photograph notebooks are included in this series. Most of the photographs depict plant specimens from British herbaria and other documentary evidence. The negatives correspond with the photographs in the collection. Color slides depict botanical specimens gathered from colonial Maryland that Reveal studied at the Sloane Herbarium. Two x-rays of Cassia Marilandia L. from the Linnean Herbarium allowed Reveal to count the plant specimen's ovules. The glass slides reproduce portraits of notable botanists. Arrangement is alphabetical by format type, and, within format types, the arrangement reflects original order.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Glass Slides, [undated] series 5box 1folder 1
Pffeffen series 5box 1folder 1item 1
Jost series 5box 1folder 1item 2
Bose series 5box 1folder 1item 3
Stephen Hales series 5box 1folder 1item 4
H. H. Dixon series 5box 1folder 1item 5
Joseph Preistin series 5box 1folder 1item 6
Molish series 5box 1folder 1item 7
John Ingenhousz series 5box 1folder 1item 8
Mac Dougal series 5box 1folder 1item 9
Livingston series 5box 1folder 1item 10
Crocker series 5box 1folder 1item 11
Louna series 5box 1folder 1item 12
Piense series 5box 1folder 1item 13
Curtis series 5box 1folder 1item 14
Liebig series 5box 1folder 1item 15
Willslatter series 5box 1folder 1item 16
Lavoisier series 5box 1folder 1item 17
De Vreas series 5box 1folder 1item 18
Hugo de Vries series 5box 1folder 1item 19
Gregor Johann Mendel series 5box 1folder 1item 20
Leeuwen Hoek series 5box 1folder 1item 21
Boussingault? 1802-1887 series 5box 1folder 1item 22
Von Schn series 5box 1folder 1item 23
Von Helmont series 5box 1folder 1item 24
Emil Fischer series 5box 1folder 1item 25
Timiriazev series 5box 1folder 1item 26
Hooker? series 5box 1folder 1item 27
Senebier series 5box 1folder 1item 28
Von Humbolt series 5box 1folder 1item 29
Schr´┐Żter series 5box 1folder 1item 30
M. Traube series 5box 1folder 1item 31
Karl Goebel series 5box 1folder 1item 32
[Unidentified Botanists, 9] series 5box 1folder 1item 33
Negatives, [undated] series 5box 2folder 1
Petiver Papers -- Clayton Penstamons, 37 series 5box 2folder 1item 1
Petiver Papers -- 37 series 5box 2folder 1item 2
Petiver Papers -- Pensteman Laevigata Type, 38 series 5box 2folder 1item 3
HS 37, 59-95, 38 series 5box 2folder 1item 4
Scott, HS 37 (start), 37 series 5box 2folder 1item 5
HS 373 ca 98-135, 37 series 5box 2folder 1item 6
HS 74, pp. 43-79, 37 series 5box 2folder 1item 7
HS 74, pp. 8-42, 38 series 5box 2folder 1item 8
Ray Plukenet -- Book Date Orchids, HS 74, 79-91, HS 2461-3, 38 series 5box 2folder 1item 9
Ray Plukenet -- 16-62, 38 series 5box 2folder 1item 10
Petiver, 37 series 5box 2folder 1item 11
HS 37, pp. 18-54, 38 series 5box 2folder 1item 12
HS 246, 3-35, 38 series 5box 2folder 1item 13
Scott, 38 series 5box 2folder 1item 14
Petiver, HS 74, 1-7, 39 series 5box 2folder 1item 15
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 16
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 17
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 18
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 19
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 20
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 21
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 22
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 23
Sherard Herbarium series 5box 2folder 1item 24
Negatives, [undated] series 5box 3folder 1
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 1
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 2
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 3
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 4
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 5
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 6
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 7
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 8
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 9
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 10
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 11
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 12
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 13
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 14
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 15
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 16
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 17
British Museum (BM) series 5box 3folder 1item 18
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 19
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 20
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 21
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 22
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 23
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 24
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 25
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 26
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 27
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 28
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 29
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 30
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 31
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 32
DuBois Herbarium (DuBois) series 5box 3folder 1item 33
Photographic Notebooks, [undated] series 5box 4folder 1
Plant Specimens from Sloane Herbarium series 5box 4folder 1item 1
Photographic Notebooks, [undated] series 5box 5folder 1
Plant Specimens from Sloane Herbarium series 5box 5folder 1item 1
Pages from Historial Plantarum and Almagnesti Botanici Mantissa series 5box 5folder 1item 2
Plant Specimens series 5box 5folder 1item 3
Photographic Notebooks, [undated] series 5box 6folder 1
Species Plantarum Project, Royal Botanic Garden, Kew series 5box 6folder 1item 1
Plant Collections from Colonial Maryland by Reverend Hugh Jones series 5box 6folder 1item 2
Photographs, [undated] series 5box 6folder 2
USDA, 1984 series 5box 6folder 2item 1
Petiver Papers -- Clayton Penstamons, 37 series 5box 6folder 2item 2
Petiver Papers -- Pensteman Laevigata Type, 38 series 5box 6folder 2item 3
HS 59-95, 38 series 5box 6folder 2item 4
Scott, HS 37 (start), 37 series 5box 6folder 2item 5
HS 373 ca 98-135, 37 series 5box 6folder 2item 6
HS 74, pp. 43-79, 8-42, 37 series 5box 6folder 2item 7
Ray Plukenet -- Book Date Orchids, HS 74, 79-91, HS 2461-3, 38 series 5box 6folder 2item 8
Ray Plukenet -- 16-62, 38 series 5box 6folder 2item 9
Petiver, 37 series 5box 6folder 2item 10
HS 37, pp. 18-54, 38 series 5box 6folder 2item 11
HS 246, 3-35, 38 series 5box 6folder 2item 12
Scott, 38 series 5box 6folder 2item 13
Petiver, HS 74, 1-7, 39 series 5box 6folder 2item 14
Plukenet, Scuttalaria Types, 63-79, 38 series 5box 6folder 2item 15
Photographs, [undated] series 5box 7folder 1
Sherard Herbarium, Oxford series 5box 7folder 1item 1
Photographs, [undated] series 5box 8folder 1
British Museum - Sloane Herbarium series 5box 8folder 1item 1
British Museum - Catesby Virginia Collection series 5box 8folder 1item 2
British Museum - Miscellaneous Clayton Material series 5box 8folder 1item 3
Photographs, [undated] series 5box 9folder 1
British Museum series 5box 9folder 1item 1
DuBois Herbarium, Oxford series 5box 9folder 1item 2
Photographs, [undated] series 5box 10folder 1
DuBois Herbarium, Oxford series 5box 10folder 1item 1
Slides, September 1997 series 5box 11folder 1
Colonial Maryland Botanical Collections, Sloane Herbarium, London series 5box 11folder 1item 1
X-Rays, 1984 series 5box 11folder 2
Cassia Marilandica L. (LINN! 528.27.), Reveal, Frick, Broome, and Brown series 5box 11folder 2item 1

Series 6: Memorabilia, 1968, 1994 (2 items)

This series consists of two memorabilia items. The first is a textblock map used by Reveal for his dissertation at Brigham Young University in 1968. The second is an award plaque, which recognizes Reveal with the "Faculty Award for Excellence in Service" from the University of Maryland in 1994. Arrangement is chronological.

The box inventory for this series is not currently available online. Please refer to the series description above for a broad description of the materials or contact the department for more information.

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Reveal was included in Who's Who in Frontier Science and Technology: 1984-1985, first edition (Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1984) and American Men and Women of Science: 1998-1999, vol. 6 (New York: R. R. Bower, 1998). The University of Maryland Archives maintains the Records of the Department of Botany. The University of Maryland Libraries also hold the papers of two other University of Maryland Botany professors, Ronald Bamford and J. B. S. Norton.

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