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Home / Banks to Marshall, March 2, 1791, USDA History Collection

Banks to Marshall, March 2, 1791, USDA History Collection

Sir Joseph Banks to Moses Marshall, March 2, 1791. Darlington, on page 564, presents this letter as addressed to "H. Marshall," but it is actually addressed to Moses Marshall, Humphry's nephew and assistant. Darlington's transcription does not include the list of plants on page 3 of the letter.

Letter page 1 |Letter page 2 | Letter page 3 | Darlington page 564

March 2, 1791


Letter page 1 | Letter page 2 | Letter page 3 | Darlington page 564

March 2, 1791


Letter page 1 | Letter page 2 | Letter page 3 | Darlington page 564

March 2, 1791

Letter page 1 | Letter page 2 | Letter page 3 | Darlington page 564

Memorials page 564

Series X, Manuscripts, Box 10/4, file "Humphry Marshall Papers" USDA History Collection, Special Collections, National Agricultural Library.

Darlington's Memorials is part of the National Agricultural Library's Rare Book Collection within Special Collections. Call number: 120 B28M 1849.

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