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Title: D. Jesse Wagstaff papers
Dates: 1895-2006 (inclusive)
Collection Number: AR 600Wag
Summary: Collection includes materials which D Jesse Wagstaff used for research in his book titled International Poisonous Plants Checklist: An Evidence-Based Reference. Materials included are booklets, pamphlets, correspondence, ephemera, and other miscellaneous materials.
Repository: George Sutherland Archives at Utah Valley University

Collection Inventory +/-

subgrp: correspondence
Box 10, Folder 1: B. R. Bender, letter to John Kingsbury (September 1979)

Correspondence letter.

Box 10, Folder 2: A. R. Machel, letter to John Kingsbury (September 1972)

Correspondence letter.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. Kingsbury, letter to Carl Dennis (November 1968)

Contains sources cited from other authors.

Box 10, Folder 2: G. Dumont, letter to Nadeja Booth (October-1968)

Correspondence regarding sources cited from other authors.

Box 10, Folder 2: R. I. Krieger, letter to John Kingsbury (January 1976)

Correspondence regarding apricot kernel.

Box 10, Folder 2: M. F. Schneider, letter to John Kingsbury (October 1964)

Correspondence regarding the toxicity of Convallaria Berries.

Box 10, Folder 2: W. G. Hume, letter to Corbin F. Moister (August 1962)

Correspondence regarding lupin seed pods.

Box 10, Folder 2: B. R. Stahmann, letter to William T. Gillis (April 1960)

Correspondence regarding an unreported plant discovered in Nevada.

Box 10, Folder 2: W. E. Sackston, letter written to John Kingsbury (September 1964)

Correspondence regarding a fern specimen of fern poisonous to cattle.

Box 10, Folder 2: R. S. Sawer, letter to John Kingsbury (June 1969)

Correspondence letter.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. M. Kingsbury, letter written to Erdman West (January 1960)

Correspondence regarding an article reference.

Box 10, Folder 2: R. B. Clark, letter to Walter Durniak (October 1963)

Correspondence regarding poisonous berries.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. H. Kingsbury, letter to Howard C. Mofenson (February 1964)

Correspondence regarding tropical African creeper.

Box 10, Folder 2: H. C. Mofenson, letter to John Kingsbury (February 1964)

Correspondence regarding tropical African creeper.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. H. Kingsbury, letter to Howard C. Mofenson (February 1964)

Correspondence letter.

Box 10, Folder 2: Dick, letter to John (January 1964)

Correspondence regarding mistletoe poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 2: G. Dumont, letter to George Derosier (August 1968)

Correspondence regarding geraniums.

Box 10, Folder 2: T. D. Johnston, letter to John Kingsbury (September 1972)

Correspondence letter.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. H. Kingsbury, letter to Richard C. Hart (January 1963)

Correspondence regarding Physalis toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. H. Walker, letter to the Society Of American Florists (August 1963)

Correspondence regarding Dieffenbachia.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. H. Kingsbury, letter to Billings McArthur (October 1968)

Correspondence regarding Isotoma toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 2: B. M. McArthur, letter to Richard M. Lewis (October 1968)

Correspondence regarding Isotoma Longiflora.

Box 10, Folder 2: G. L. Slate, letter to John Kingsbury (December 1964)

Correspondence regarding almonds.

Box 10, Folder 2: M. G. Chaubal, letter to John Kingsbury (November 1964)

Correspondence letter.

Box 10, Folder 2: A. A. Hanson, letter to John Kingsbury (February 1960)

Correspondence regarding Sorghum Almum.

Box 10, Folder 2: C. G. Colburn, letters to John Kingsbury (November 1979)

Correspondence regarding Nightshade species.

Box 10, Folder 2: L. E. Stockton, letters to Talmage T. Brown Jr (March 1971)

Correspondence regarding a death of a bull elk due to plant poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 2: H. H. Borgstedt, letter to George Abraham (March 1967)

Correspondence regarding morning glory.

Box 10, Folder 2: D. E. Huddleston, letter to John M. Kingsbury (October 1968)

Correspondence regarding black walnut toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 2: G. C. Poppensiek, letter to Mia Reinap (01-1969)

Correspondence regarding Camptotheca bark.

Box 10, Folder 2: W. H. Duncan, letter to John Kingsbury (October 1961)

Correspondence regarding poisonous plants of the southeastern United States.

Box 10, Folder 2: M. I. Moore, letter to John Kingsbury (September 1974)

Correspondence regarding Asclepias syriaca.

Box 10, Folder 2: M. I. Moore, letter to John M. Kingsbury (06-1971)

Correspondence regarding Asclepias syriaca.

Box 10, Folder 2: W. H. Wood, letter to Walter Muenscher (April 1958)

Correspondence regarding Wisteria poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. H. Kingsbury, letter to Norman E. Krog (October 1961)

Correspondence regarding Wisteria toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 2: N. E. Krog, letter to Walter C. Muenscher (October 1961)

Correspondence regarding Wisteria poisoning in children.

Box 10, Folder 2: P. A. Hyypio, letter to Martha Avery (October 1974)

Correspondence regarding Vicia toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 2: L. O. Nezvesky, letter to John Kingsbury (1980)

Correspondence regarding plant poisoning in a dog.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. M. Kingsbury, letters to Lieutenant R. G. Welker (October 1966)

Correspondence regarding toxicity of Thermopsis Montana Nut.

Box 10, Folder 2: M. Davis, letter to the Bailey Hortorium (April 1963)

Correspondence regarding tiger-lily toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 2: P. Robinson, letter to Robert Hillman (1965)

Correspondence regarding a hospitalized child.

Box 10, Folder 2: B. G. Schubert, letter to John Kingsbury (April 1977)
Box 10, Folder 2: J. A. House, letter to John Kingsbury (April 1976)

Correspondence regarding Ornithogalum umbellatum.

Box 10, Folder 2: P. Farnes, letter to John Kingsbury (June 1973)

Correspondence letters regarding pokeberry poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 2: P. Farnes, letter to John Kingsbury (July 1973)

Correspondence regarding pokeweed poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 2: S. Drews, letter to John Kingsbury (December 1974)

Correspondence regarding poinsettia poisoning in a house cat.

Box 10, Folder 2: J. M. Kingsbury, letter to Gary Watson (March 1973)

Correspondence regarding fern poisoning in small animals.

Box 10, Folder 3: D. E. Beeaff, letter to Kenneth Lampe (March 1986)

Correspondence regarding the Coast Fiddleneck plant.

Box 10, Folder 3: M. Callum, letter to John Kingsbury
Box 10, Folder 3: W. C. Baum, letter to John Kingsbury (June 1977)

Correspondence regarding Labrador tea toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 3: K. Krishnamurthy, letter to John Kingsbury (December 1976)

Correspondence regarding Parthenium hysterophorus Linn.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. M. McCabe, letter to New York State Veterinary College (January 1976)

Correspondence letters regarding Eupatorium rugosum poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 3: R. Keith Farrell, letter to John Kingsbury (August 1979)

Correspondence regarding Kallstroemia grandflora toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 3: R. W. Pohl, letter to University Hospitals of Cleveland (July 1963)

Correspondence regarding Dieffenbachia poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 3: R. Aronow, letter to John Kingsbury (May 1975)

Correspondence regarding Erythronium americanum.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. M. Kingsbury, letter to Bruno Klinger

Correspondence regarding Dyssodia papposa poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 3: M. I. Moore, letter to John Kingsbury (December 1970)

Correspondence regarding Hosetail toxicity.

Box 10, Folder 3: A. R. Machel, letter to John Kingsbury (December 1968)

Correspondence regarding peaches.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. M. Kingsbury, letter to Albert Machel (July 1968)

Correspondence regarding cyanide or cyanogenetic substances in peaches and apricots.

Box 10, Folder 3: D. B. Jones, letter to Cecil B. Tucker (January 1964)

Correspondence regarding Jimson Weed.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. I. Green, letter to John Kingsbury (November 1973)

Correspondence regarding Taxus poisoning in a dog.

Box 10, Folder 3: M. Westphal, letter to John Kingsbury (October 1963)

Correspondence letters regarding Taxus yew poisoning in children.

Box 10, Folder 3: P. Allison, letter to John Kingsbury (December 1969)

Correspondence regarding white clover and sheep consumption.

Box 10, Folder 3: D. Nicolson, letter to John Kingsbury (April 1963)

Correspondence regarding plant classification.

Box 10, Folder 3: H. C. Mofenson, letter to Henry Verhulst (December 1964)

Correspondence regarding Castor bean poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 3: P. A. Hyypio, letter to Ted Markham (July 1974)

Correspondence letters regarding toxicity in Mahonia aquifolium.

Box 10, Folder 3: E. Wolff, letter to John Kingsbury (August 1968)

Correspondence letters regarding Lantana poisoning in a small dog.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. D. Herrgesell, letter to John Kingsbury (December 1976)

Correspondence regarding avocado poisoning in a dog.

Box 10, Folder 3: R. A. Sofia, letter to Elizabeth Brauner (January 1971)

Correspondence regarding Lupinus albus poisonous in a patient.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. H. Kingsbury, letter to George Lawrence (January 1960)

Correspondence regarding information on oak poisoning in cattle.

Box 10, Folder 3: G. E. Lawrence, letter to John Kingsbury (February 1960)

Correspondence regarding acorn poisoning in cattle.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. W. Hardin, letter to Elizabeth Adams (March 1976)

Correspondence letters regarding Blue Cohosh poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 3: M. L. Swimmer, letter to John Kingsbury (September 1966)

Correspondence regarding identification of a plant in a medical case.

Box 10, Folder 3: D. E. Hardy, letter to John Kingsbury (April 1973)

Correspondence regarding the toxicity of Hemigraphis plant of New Guinea.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. Kingsbury, letter to D. Elmo Hardy (April 1973)

Correspondence letters regarding Hemigraphis strigosa.

Box 10, Folder 3: L. A. Lumpkin, letter to John Kingsbury (October 1970)

Correspondence letters regarding Polygonum.

Box 10, Folder 3: E. Anderson, letter to John Kingsbury

Correspondence regarding a plant classification error in a publication.

Box 10, Folder 3: E. West letter to Richard Hart (March 1963)

Correspondence regarding hydrangea poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 3: W. C. Muenscher, letter to L. Grieve (November 1927)

Correspondence letters regarding Galium mollugo poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 3: E. Hardley, letter to John Kingsbury (June 1965)

Correspondence regarding a plant poisoning in a child. 3 black and white photos of the plant are included.

Box 10, Folder 3: A. L. Huber, letter to W. Manning (October 1959)

Correspondence letters regarding poisoning of a child due to magnolia berry poisoning. Included are medical reports from various doctors.

Box 10, Folder 3: J. M. Kingsbury, letter to Dan Jones (February 1964)

Correspondence regarding Datura stramonium poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 5: D. L. Latorre, letter to John Kingsbury (December 1964)

Correspondence regarding mistletoe poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 5: J. M. Kingsbury, letter to Julia Morton (October 1961)

Correspondence letters regarding plants poisonous to human ingestion. Also contains a newspaper article published in the Florida Living Magazine.

Box 10, Folder 5: V. Wiser, letter to Jesse Wagstaff (May 1987)

Correspondence regarding Victor K. Chesnut. Attached are 2 photographs of his gravestone and a painting of a cowboy riding a horse.

Box 10, Folder 5: Dick, letter to John (undated)

Correspondence regarding feeding mistletoe to a pet.

Box 10, Folder 5: E. F. Phillips, letter to Mr Coville (August 1921)

Correspondence regarding Jessamine honey poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 5: F. J. Coville, letter to E. Phillips (August 1921)

Correspondence regarding Jessamine honey poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 5: A. T. Peete, letter to Victor Chesnut (August 1896)

Correspondence regarding honey poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 5: G. W. Reeves, letter to coroner (July 1896)

Correspondence regarding a request of information in deaths by honey poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 5: V. K. Chesnut, letter to M. S. Gressett (September 1896)

Correspondence regarding additional information in the case of poisonous jessamine honey.

Box 10, Folder 5: V. K. Chesnut, letter to A. T. Peete (August 1896)

Correspondence regarding Gelsemium poisoning.

subgrp: sources
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, 22 Plants Poisonous to Livestock in the Western United States (1968)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Arrowgrass Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Bracken Fern Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Rubberweed Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Oak Brush Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Lupine Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Milkweed Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Larkspur Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Locoweed Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Greasewood Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Halogeton Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Horsebrush Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Death Camus Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Copperweed Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Water Hemlock Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Sneezeweed Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, Reducing Livestock Losses from Chokecherry Poisoning in the Western States (April 1958)
Box 1, Folder 1: United States Department of Agriculture, 16 Plants Poisonous to Livestock in the Western States (1964)
Box 1, Folder 1: Walter Armer, Halogeton: A Stock-Poisoning Weed (April 1952)
Box 1, Folder 1: O. A. Beath, Poisonous Plants of Wyoming (March 1921)
Box 1, Folder 1: O. A. Beath, J. H. Draize and H. F. Eppson, Three Poisonous Vetches (May 1932)
Box 1, Folder 1: O. A. Beath, J. H. Draize and H. F. Eppson, Arrow Grass--Chemical Physiological Considerations (January 1933)
Box 1, Folder 1: O. F. Black, W. W. Eggleston and J.W. Kelly, Toxicity of Bikukulla Pormosa (Western Bleedingheart) (May 1930)
Box 1, Folder 1: O. F. Black, W. W. Eggleston and J.W. Kelly and H.C. Turner, Poisonous Properties of Bikukulla Cucullaria and Canadensis (January 1923)
Box 1, Folder 1: W. L. Black and K. W. Parker, Toxicity Tests on African Rue (May 1936)
Box 1, Folder 1: I. B. Boughton and W. T. Hardy, Mescalbean Poisonous for Livestock (December 1935)
Box 1, Folder 1: I. B. Boughton and W. T. Hardy, Toxicity of Bitterweed For Sheep (August 1937)
Box 1, Folder 1: J. B. Capmbell, R. W. Lodge and A. C. Budd, Poisonous Plants of the Canadian Prairies (January 1954)
Box 1, Folder 1: J. B. Capmbell, R.W. Lodge and A. C. Budd, Poisonous Plants of the Canadian Prairies (May 1956)
Box 1, Folder 1: Emmett B. Carmichael, The Influence of Chemical and Other Agents Upon the Toxicity and Antigenic Power of Ricin (March 1929)
Box 1, Folder 2: Arthur H. Holmgren, Weeds of Utah (September 1958)
Box 1, Folder 2: O. E. Sperry, J. W. Dollahite, G. O. Hoffman and B. J. Camp, Texas Plants Poisonous to Livestock (November 1968)
Box 1, Folder 2: Phillips Petroleum Company, Poisonous Grassland Plants (1957)
Box 1, Folder 2: G. H. Hart, H. R. Guilbert, K. A. Wagnon and H. Goss, Acorn Calves a Nonhereditary Congenital Deformity Due to Maternal Nutritional Deficiency (April 1947)
Box 1, Folder 2: O. E. Sperry, J. W. Dollahite, Judd Morrow and G.O. Hoffman, Texas Range Plants Poisonous to Livestock (February 1955)
Box 1, Folder 2: V. K. Chesnut, Principal Poisonous Plants of the United States (1898)
Box 1, Folder 2: Michael R. Boyd, Benjamin J. Wilson and Thomas M. Harris, Confirmation by Chemical Synthesis of the Structure of 4-ipomeanol, a Lung-Toxic Metabolite of the Sweet Potatoe, Ipomoesa Batatas (April 1972)
Box 1, Folder 2: V. K. Chesnut, Thirty Poisonous Plants (1898)
Box 1, Folder 2: A. B. Clawson, Alpine Lamia As a Stock-Poisoning Plant
Box 1, Folder 2: A. B. Clawson and W.T. Huffman, Bighead in Sheep, A Result of Plant Poisoning (February 1937)
Box 1, Folder 3: A.B. Clawson, Toxicity of Arrowgrass for Sheep and Remedial Treatment (October 1937)
Box 1, Folder 3: S. E. Collison, Prussic Acid in Sorghum (December 1919)
Box 1, Folder 3: C. Wayne Cook and A. Stoddart, The Halogeton Problem in Utah (October 1953)
Box 1, Folder 3: James Fitton Couch, Relative Toxicity of the Lupine Alkaloids (January 1926)
Box 1, Folder 3: James Fitton Couch, The Toxic Constituent of Richweed or White Snakeroot (October 1957)
Box 1, Folder 3: James Fitton Couch, The Toxicity of Tremetol (October 1928)
Box 1, Folder 3: James F. Couch, Poisoning of Livestock By Plants That Produce Hydrocyanic Acids (March 1932)
Box 1, Folder 3: James F. Couch and Reinhold R. Briese, Hydrogenic Ion Concentration and Cyanogenesis in Sorghum (1939)
Box 1, Folder 3: Family Safety Magazine, Poison In the Back Yard (June 1965)
Box 1, Folder 3: National Safety Council, Poison In the Back Yard (1965)
Box 1, Folder 3: Albert C. Crawford, The Larkspurs As Poisonous Plants (1907)
Box 1, Folder 3: Albert C. Crawford, The Supposed Relationship of White Snakeroot To Milksicknees, or Trembles (undated)
Box 1, Folder 3: Albert C. Crawford, Mountain Laurel, A Poisonous Plant (February 1908)
Box 1, Folder 3: Albert C. Crawford, Laboratory Work On Loco-Weed Investigations (1908)
Box 1, Folder 3: Eugene H. Cronin, Ecological and Physiological Factors Influencing Chemical Controls of Halogeton Glomeratus (February 1965)
Box 1, Folder 3: Eugene H. Cronin and Darwin B. Nielsen, The Ecology and Control of Rangeland Larkspurs (11-1979)
Box 1, Folder 3: Eugene H. Cronin and Darwin B. Nielsen, Larkspurs A Deadly Beauty (1980)
Box 1, Folder 3: United States Department of Agriculture, Poison-Ivy, Poison-oak and Poison Sumac (1972)
Box 1, Folder 3: Pets & Poisonous Plants (1983)
Box 1, Folder 3: New South Wales Department of Public Health, Play Safe in the Garden (undated)
Box 1, Folder 3: Heil und Giftplanzen der Eingeborenen van Tanganyika (April 1938)
Box 1, Folder 4: Oliver C. Lee, Noxious Weeds of Indiana (1954)
Box 1, Folder 4: Albert C Crawford. The Poisonous Action of Johnson Grass
Box 1, Folder 4: F.H. Montgomery, Dr J.A. Henderson, Dr. R.O. Bibbey, Plants Poisonous to Livestock in Ontario (October 1956)
Box 1, Folder 4: J.W. Dollahite and W.V. Anthony, Experiment Production of Abortion, Premature Calves and Retained Placentas by Feeding a Species of Perennial Broomweed. (July 1956)
Box 1, Folder 4: J.W. Dollahite and W.V. Anthony, Toxicity of Drymaria Arenarioides For Cattle, Sheep and Goats. (December 1956)
Box 1, Folder 4: J.W. Dollahite and W.V. Anthony, Malnutrition of Cattle on an Unbalanced Diet of Mesquite Beans (February 1957)
Box 1, Folder 4: J.W. Dollahite and G.T. Housholder and B.J. Camp, Oak Poisoning in Livestock (April 1966)
Box 1, Folder 4: J Clyde Driggers, George K. Davis and N. R. Mehrhof, Toxic Factor in Citrus Seed Meal (May 1951)
Box 1, Folder 4: Wilbur H. Duncan and Thomas J. Jones, Poisonous Plants of Georgia (April 1949)
Box 1, Folder 4: L.W. Durrell, Halogeton A New Stock-Poisoning Weed (July 1951)
Box 1, Folder 4: M.W. Emmel, The Toxic Principal of the Tung Tree (June 1947)
Box 1, Folder 4: J. C. Veltri and T. L. Litovitz, 1983 Annual Report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers National Data Collection System (September 1983)
Box 1, Folder 4: Fairchild, The Akee A Tree With Brains (November 1951)
Box 1, Folder 4: T. L. Litovitz, B. F. Schmitz,and K. C. Holm, 1988 Annual Report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers National Data Collection System (September 1988)
Box 1, Folder 4: C. J. Franzke, L. F. Puhr, and A. N. Hume, A Study of Sorghum With Reference to the Content of HCN (April 1939)
Box 1, Folder 4: C. E. Fleming, Range Plants Poisonous to Sheep and Cattle In Nevada (July 1918)
Box 1, Folder 4: C. E. Fleming, The Poisoning of Sheep On Mountain Grazing Ranges In Nevada (January 1928)
Box 1, Folder 4: C. E. Fleming, The Spring Rabbit-Brush (September 1922)
Box 1, Folder 4: C. E. Fleming, The Low Larkspur (April 1923)
Box 1, Folder 4: C. E. Fleming, The Common Chokecherry As A Plant Poisonous To Sheep and Cattle (March 1926)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. E. Fleming, Poisonous Range Plants--Halogeton glomeratus A Desert Plant Poisonous to Sheep in Nevada (1946)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. E. Fleming and N. F. Peterson, Don't Feed Fox-Tail Hay To Lambing Ewes! (August 1919)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. E. Fleming and N. F. Peterson, The Narrow-Leaved Milkweed and The Broad-Leaved or Showy Milkweed Plants Poisonous to Live Stock In Nevada (December 1920)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. E. Fleming and N. F. Peterson, Arrow-Grass; A New Stock-Poisoning Plant (January 1920)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. E. Fleming and N. F. Peterson, Arrow-Grass; A New Stock-Poisoning Plant (reprint) (undated)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. E. Fleming and N. F. Peterson, The Poison Parsnip Or Water Hemlock A Plant Deadly to Live Stock in Nevada (December 1920)
Box 2, Folder 1: R. S. Fawcett and V. M. Jennings, Poison Hemlock (May 1977)
Box 2, Folder 1: M. E. Fowler, Plant Poisoning In Pet Birds and Reptiles (1984)
Box 2, Folder 1: M. E. Fowler, References On Plant Poisoning In Poultry and Waterfowl (January 1985)
Box 2, Folder 1: D. F. Francis and R. V. Southcott, Plants Harmful To Man In Australia (1967)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. K. Francis, Poisoning of Livestock While Feeding on Plants of the Sorghum Group (December 1915)
Box 2, Folder 1: R. S. Fawcett and V. M. Jennings, Pokeweed (May 1977)
Box 2, Folder 1: O. A. Beath, The Chemical Examination of Three Species of Larkspurs (June 1919)
Box 2, Folder 1: J. M. Kingsbury, Common Poisonous Plants (March 1963)
Box 2, Folder 1: W. C. Muenscher and W. T. Winne, Common Poisonous Plants (August 1956)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh, Results of Loco-Weed Investigations In The Field (1908)
Box 2, Folder 1: C. A. Gardner, The Wedge-Leaved Rattlepod (October 1952)
Box 2, Folder 3: C. D. Marsh, A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Arrow Grass (Triglochin Maritima) As A Stock-Poisoning Plant (June 1929)
Box 2, Folder 2: H. M. Gilkey, Livstock-Poisoning Weeds of Oregon (January 1958)
Box 2, Folder 2: G. H. Glover, Larkspur and Other Poisonous Plants (June 1906)
Box 2, Folder 2: G. H. Glover, I. E. Newsom, and W. W. Robbins, A New Poisonous Plant; The Whorled Milkweed (July 1918)
Box 2, Folder 2: J. M. Gowanlock and C. A. Brown, Poisonous Snakes, Plants and Black Widow Spider of Louisiana (1943)
Box 2, Folder 2: R. Graham and I. B. Boughton, White Snakeroot Poisoning (May 1925)
Box 2, Folder 2: University of Georgia College of Agriculture, Weeds of the Southern United States (undated)
Box 2, Folder 3: A. B. Massey, Poisonous Plants (June 1980)
Box 2, Folder 2: C. D. Marsh, The Cause of the "Spewing Sickness" Of Sheep (October 1916)
Box 2, Folder 2: C. D. Marsh, Principal Poisonous Plants of the Western Stock Ranges (October 1914)
Box 2, Folder 2: United States Department of Agriculture, The Relation Of Barium To The Loco-Weed Disease (July 1912)
Box 2, Folder 2: E. M. Gress, Poisonous Plants of Pennsylvania (May 1953)
Box 2, Folder 2: B. D. Halsted, The Poisonous Plants of New Jersey (February 1899)
Box 2, Folder 2: A. B. Hansen, Two Common Weeds the Cause Death (February 1923)
Box 2, Folder 3: F. Bayler, R. Hanlon, and G. Voss, Guide to the Mangroves, Buttonwood, and Poisonous Shoreline Trees of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean Region (May 1975)
Box 2, Folder 3: W. T. Hardy, V.L. Cory, H. Schmidt and W. H. Dameron, Bitterweed Poisoning in Sheep (August 1931)
Box 2, Folder 3: P.R. Talbot and J. C. Hooper, Weeds Poisonous to Live Stock (May 1955)
Box 2, Folder 3: J. R. Feucht, Common Poisonous Plants In The Home And Grounds (June 1969)
Box 2, Folder 3: T. L. Litovitz, B. F. Schmitz,and K. M. Bailey, 1989 Annual Report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers National Data Collection System (September 1989)
Box 2, Folder 3: N. G. Mihalopoulos, Common Poisonous Plants (1972)
Box 2, Folder 3: A. L. Hershey, Some Poisonous Plant Problems of New Mexico (June 1945)
Box 2, Folder 3: E. West and M. W. Emmel, Poisonous Plants in Florida (December 1952)
Box 2, Folder 3: E. West, Poisonous Plants Around the Home (August 1957)
Box 2, Folder 4: E. West and M. W. Emmel, Some Poisonous Plants in Florida (March 1950)
Box 2, Folder 4: E. West and M. W. Emmel, Plants That Poison Farm Animals (November 1960)
Box 2, Folder 4: R. W. Lodge, A McLean, and A Johnston, Stock-poisoning Plants of Western Canada (1968)
Box 2, Folder 4: Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Poisonous Plants (03-1974)
Box 2, Folder 4: M. T. Hyatt, R. G. Brown, and J. W. Herron, Some Plants of Kentucky Poisonous To Livestock (1951)
Box 2, Folder 4: C. A. Jacobson, Water Hemlock (March 1915)
Box 2, Folder 4: L. E. Arnold, "Vomiting Sickness" (Or Ackee Poisoning) (February 1944)
Box 2, Folder 4: S. E. Jones, W. H. Hill, and T. A. Bond, Control Of The Bitterweed Plant Poisonous To Sheep In The Edwards Plateau Region (November 1932)
Box 2, Folder 4: M. H. Gonzalez and D. M. Martinez, Las Plantas Toxicas Al Ganado En Los Pastizales (August 1960)
Box 2, Folder 5: A. B. Godshall, Edible, Poisonous And Medical Fruits of Central America (March 1942)
Box 2, Folder 5: E. Graham, Poisonous Plants of Pennsylvania (March 1935)
Box 2, Folder 5: Florida State Board of Health, Poisonous Plants in Florida (undated)
Box 2, Folder 5: Department of Arboreta and Botanic Gardens County of Los Angeles, Poisonous Plants of Southern California (April 1972)
Box 2, Folder 5: K. F. Lampe, Common Poisonous and Injurious Plants (1981)
Box 2, Folder 5: J. L. Lanton, Poisoning of Livestock By Drymaria Pachyphylla (February 1929)
Box 2, Folder 5: J. M. Lee, S. O. Andrade, W. Camargo, A. Daher Saad, and A. E. Ferreira, Cattle Haematuria In The State Of Sao Paulo (1966)
Box 2, Folder 5: O. C. Lee, L. P. Doyle, Indiana Plants Poisonous And Injurious To Livestock (undated)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, The Wooly-Pod Milkweed As A Poisonous Plant (April 1924)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh, The Loco-Weed Disease (July 1919)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh, A New Sheep-Poisoning Plant of the Southern States (1920)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh, The Whorled Milkweed, A Plant Poisonous To Livestock (May 1920)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh, Trembles (June 1929)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh, Stock Poisoning Due To Scarcity Of Food (1913)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh, Menziesia; A New Stock-Poisoning Plant of The Northwest States (May 1914)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, White Snakeroot or Richweed (Eupatorium Uritcaefolium) As A Stock-Poisoning Plant (February 1918)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Notes On Larkspur Eradication On Stock Ranges (July 1918)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Astragalus Tetrapterus, A New Poisonous Plant Of Utah And Nevada (January 1920)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Poisonous Properties of The Whorled Milkweeds Asvlepias Pumila And A. Verticillia Var. Geyer (May 1921)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, The Mexican Whorled Milkweed (Asclepias Mexicana) As A Poisonous Plant (October 1921)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, The Death Camas Species, Zygedneus Paniculatus And Z. Elegans, As Poisonous Plants (April 1922)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Woolly-Pod Milkweed: A Dangerous Stock-Poisoning Plant (June 1923)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, The Meadow Death Camas (Zygadenus Venenosus) As A Poisonous Plant (June 1924)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Sleepy Grass (Stipa Vaseyi) As A Stock-Poisoning Plant (06-1929)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Toxic Effect Of St. Johnswort (Hypericum Perforatum) On Cattle And Sheep (September 1930)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Mountain-Laurel (Kalmia Latifolia) And Sheep Laurel (Kalmia Angustifolia As Stock-Poisoning Plants) (December 1930)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, The Stock-Poisoning Death Camas (1929)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Greaswood As A Poisonous Plant (July 1923)
Box 2, Folder 5: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Oak-Leaf Poisoning Of Domestic Animals (April 1919)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and W. W. Eggleston, The Locoweed Disease (1941)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Larkspur Or Poison Weed (May 1913)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Cicuta Or Water Hemlock (May 1914)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Zygadenus Or Death Camus (May 1915)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Cicuta (Water Hemlock) As A Poisonous Plant (undated)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Stagger Grass (Chrosperma Muscaetoxicum) As A Poisonous Plant (May 1926)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Larkspur or Poison Weed (July 1918)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Larkspur Or Poison Weed (1929)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Wild Tobaccos (Nicotiana Trigonophylla Dunal and Nicotiana Attenuata Torrey) As Stock-Poisoning Plants (December 1927)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Nuttall's Death Camas (Zygadenus Nuttalli) As A Poisonous Plant (February 1926)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Coyotillo (Karwinskia Humboldtiana) As A Poisonous Plant (February 1928)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Four Species Of Range Plants Not Poisonous to Livestock (November 1928)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and G. C. Roe, Sweet-Clover-Seed Screenings Not Injurious To Sheep (May 1920)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and G. C. Roe, The Alkali Disease Of Livestock In The Pecos Valley (August 1921)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Livestock Poisoning By Cocklebur (August 1923)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Cockleburs (Species of Xanthan) As Poisonous Plants (September 1924)
Box 3, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh and A. B. Clawson, and G. C. Roe, Rayless Goldenrod (Aplopappus Heterophyllus) As A Poisonous Plants (May 1926)
Box 3, Folder 2: A. B. Massey, Poisonous Plants (May 1959)
Box 3, Folder 2: F. P. Mathews, Locism In Domestic Animals (September 1932)
Box 3, Folder 2: F. P. Mathews, Poisoning Of Cattle By Species of Groundsel (October 1933)
Box 3, Folder 2: F. P. Mathews, Psilostrophe Tagetinae And Psilostrophe Gnaphalodes, Two Plants Poisonous to Sheep and Cattle On The Ranges Of The Southwest (October 1934)
Box 3, Folder 2: F. P. Mathews, Lechuguilla (Agave Lecheguilla) Poisoning In Sheep, Goats And Laboratory Animals (September 1937)
Box 3, Folder 2: F. P. Mathews, Fern (Notholaeana Sinuata) Poisoning In Sheep, Goats and Cattle--The So Called Jimmies of Trans-Pecos (April 1942)
Box 3, Folder 2: F. P. Mathews, The Toxicity Of The Ripe Fruit Of Blackbrush Or Tarbush For Sheep And Goats (November 1944)
Box 3, Folder 2: W. L. May, Whorled Milkweed; The Worst Stock-Poisoning Plant in Colorado (January 1920)
Box 3, Folder 2: R. McKay, Crotalaria A New Legume For The South (February 1931)
Box 3, Folder 2: H. A. Morgan and M. Jacob, Aslike Clover (December 1905)
Box 3, Folder 2: F. W. Morse and C. D. Howard, Poisonous Properties of Wild Cherry Leaves (August 1898)
Box 3, Folder 2: H. L. Morton, R. H. Haas, and L. C. Erickson, Halogeton and Its Control (November 1959)
Box 3, Folder 2: J. F. Morton, Ornamental Plants With Poisonous Properties (November 1958)
Box 3, Folder 2: W. C. Muenscher and W. T. Winne, Common Poisonous Plants (August 1956)
Box 3, Folder 2: M. E. Muhrer and R. F. Gentry, A Hemorrhagic Factor in Moldy Lespedeza Hay (December 1948)
Box 3, Folder 3: I. E. Newsome, F. Cross, B. R. McCrory, and A. H. Groth, Timber Milk Vetch As A Poisonous Plant (April 1936)
Box 3, Folder 3: B. L. O'Dell, W. O. Reagan, and T. J. Beach, A Study Of The Toxic Principle In Red Clover (July 1959)
Box 3, Folder 3: K. W. Parker, Prevention Of Death Loss In Sheep On Area Infested With Pingue (May 1936)
Box 3, Folder 3: G. B. Reynard and J. B. S. Norton, Poisonous Plants of Maryland In Relation To Livestock (May 1942)
Box 3, Folder 3: F. A. Rich and L. R. Jones, The Common Horsetail (June 1902)
Box 3, Folder 3: L. M. Roderick and A. F. Schalkm, Studies On Sweet Clover Disease (July 1931)
Box 3, Folder 3: D. A. Sanders, M. W. Emmel, and L. E. Swanson, Tung Tree Foliage Poisoning Of Cattle (September 1942)
Box 3, Folder 3: F. L. Bryan, Diseases Transmitted By Foods (1971)
Box 3, Folder 3: The New York Academy Of Sciences, Some Points About Cacti (1967)
Box 3, Folder 4: O. A. Beath, H. F. Epeson C.S. Gilbert, and W. B. Bradley, Poisonous Plants And Livestock Poisoning (May 1939)
Box 3, Folder 4: R. R. Briese and J. F. Couch, Mercuric Chloride As A Preservative of Cyanogenetic Plants For Chemical Analysis (April 1941)
Box 3, Folder 4: R. R. Briese and J. F. Couch, A Study of the Iodine Test for Toxicity in Sorghum (August 1938)
Box 3, Folder 4: O. A. Beath, The Chemical Examination of the Silvery Lupine (June 1920)
Box 3, Folder 4: University of Georgia College of Agriculture, Common Weed Seedlings of the United States and Canada (1972)
Box 3, Folder 4: Western Region Extension Publication, Protecting Dairy Goats From Poisonous Plants (February 1981)
Box 3, Folder 4: J. O. Evans and M. L. Ashcroft, Goatsrue (October 1982)
Box 3, Folder 4: University of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station, Chemical Examination of Three Delphiniums
Box 3, Folder 4: R. S. Justice, Some Medicinal And Poisonous Plants of Georgia (July 1939)
Box 3, Folder 4: D. H. Cox and M. W. Hale, Plant Poisoning of Farm Animals (May 1959)
Box 3, Folder 4: O. Caron and G. Maheux, Mauvaises Herbes Les Plus Nuisibles (undated)
Box 3, Folder 4: F. C. Wilkinson, Zamia Palm Poisoning (02-1960)
Box 3, Folder 4: J. M. Tucker and M. K. Kimball, Poisonous Plants In The Garden (1964)
Box 3, Folder 4: N. G. Mihalopoulos, Common Poisonous Plants of Utah and the Intermountain West (1972)
Box 3, Folder 4: United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Common Poisonous Plants Of New England (April 1964)
Box 3, Folder 5: D. Bleything and R. Dawson, Poisonous Plants in the Wilderness (1971)
Box 3, Folder 5: L. J. Webb, Guide to the Medicinal and Poisonous Plants of Queensland (1948)
Box 3, Folder 5: E. V. Wilcox, Larkspur Poisoning of Sheep (July 1897)
Box 3, Folder 5: H. Welch and H. E. Morris, Range Plants Poisonous to Livestock in Montana (January 1952)
Box 3, Folder 5: L. A. Stoddart, A. H. Holmgreen, and C. W. Cook, Important Poisonous Plant of Utah (June 1949)
Box 3, Folder 5: E. N. Stout, Suckleya Suckleyana A Poisonous Plant (July 1944)
Box 3, Folder 5: O. A. Stevens, Poisonous Plants and Plant Products (March 1933)
Box 3, Folder 5: O. E. Sperry, P. H. Vardiman, and R. G. Gray, Peavine--A Poisonous Range Plant in Texas (July 1952)
Box 3, Folder 5: C. F. Simpson and E. West, Coffee-Weed (Bagpod) Seed Poisoning of Cattle (July 1953)
Box 3, Folder 5: J. M. Kingsbury and R. B. Hillman, Pokeweed (Phytolacca) Poisoning In A Dairy Herd (October 1965)
Box 3, Folder 5: P. J. Torell and R. E. Higgins, Tall Larkspur and its Control (April 1963)
Box 3, Folder 5: A. H. Walker and O. E. Sperry, Major Poisonous Range Plants of Texas (1937)
Box 3, Folder 5: E. F. Walker, F. S. Prince, A. R. Hodgdon, and N. F. Collins, Sensitive-Fern Poisoning of Horses (December 1944)
Box 3, Folder 5: Washington State University, Tansy Ragwort A Poisonous Weed (April 1972)
Box 3, Folder 5: D. Adams, K. Magnus, and S. Compton, Poisonous Plants in Jamaica (1963)
Box 3, Folder 5: United States Department of Agriculture, 3 Leaves Mean Poison Ivy (August 1970)
Box 4, Folder 1: Health Center for Better Living, A Useful Guide To Herbal Health Care (undated)
Box 4, Folder 1: T. E. H. Alpin, Poisonous Garden Plants And Other Plants Harmful To Man In Australia (May 1976)
Box 4, Folder 1: Food Poisoning (undated)
Box 4, Folder 1: L. H. Fikenscher and R. Hegnauer, Die Phloroglucide der Sammelart Dryopteris filix-mas (September 1963)
Box 4, Folder 1: G. S. Fraps and E. C. Carlyle, Locoine The Poisonous Principle Of Loco Weed (November 1936)
Box 4, Folder 1: C. J. Franzke, Rancher Sorghum A Low Hydrocyancic Acid Forage (February 1945)
Box 4, Folder 1: R. Graham, A. L. Brueckner, and R. L. Pontius, An Anaerobic Organism Isolated from Ensilage of Etiologic Significance (07-1917)
Box 4, Folder 1: R. Graham, A. L. Brueckner, and R. L. Pontius, A Preliminary Report on An Anaerobic Bacillus of Etiologic Significance (June 1917)
Box 4, Folder 1: R. Graham, Forage Poisoning or so-called Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis in Horses, Cattle and Mules (August 1912)
Box 4, Folder 1: University of Wyoming, Woody Aster (April 1911)
Box 4, Folder 1: A. F. Sievers, American Medicinal Plants of Commercial Importance (July 1930)
Box 4, Folder 1: J. Soria and C. B. Heiser, The Garden Huckleberry and the Sunberry (1959)
Box 4, Folder 1: W. R. James, Know Your Poisonous Plants (1973)
Box 4, Folder 2: R. L. Judkins, Some Significant House Plants That Are Poisonous to Pets and People (undated)
Box 4, Folder 2: R. L. Judkins and M. B. Judkins, Some Significant Native and Exotic Plants Which Are Poisonous to Animals and People (1983)
Box 4, Folder 2: J. W. Todd and R. M. Hansen, Diets of Bighorn Sheep Near Saguache, Colorado (03-1973)
Box 4, Folder 2: B. Shelmire, Contact Dermatitis from Vegetation (April 1940)
Box 4, Folder 2: E. I. Wilde, Studies of the Genus Delphinium (April 1931)
Box 4, Folder 2: R. N. Raynor, The Chemical Control of St. Johnswort (November 1937)
Box 4, Folder 2: R. F. Copple and A. E. Aldous, The Identification of Certain Native and Naturalized Grasses By Their Vegetative Characters (1932)
Box 4, Folder 2: L. Van Es, L. R. Cantwell, H. M. Martin, and J. Kramer, On The Nature and Cause of The Walking Disease of Northwestern Nebraska (July 1929)
Box 4, Folder 2: C. B. Heiser, Peppers of the Americas at the National Arboretum (1980)
Box 4, Folder 3: O. A. Beath, H. F. Eppson, J. H. Draize, and R. S. Justice, Three Species of Zygadenus (April 1944)
Box 4, Folder 3: O. A. Beath and E. H. Lehnert, The Poisonous Properties of the Two-Grooved Milk Vetch (January 1917)
Box 4, Folder 3: C. E. Bessey, Notes on the Poisonous Plants of Nebraska (1902)
Box 4, Folder 3: Beautiful But Poisonous: Plants (undated)
Box 4, Folder 3: National Poison Center Network, Enjoy your plants but protect your family (undated)
Box 4, Folder 3: Watch For Caltrop It Is A Primary Noxious Weed (undated)
Box 4, Folder 3: A Quick Guide To Important Poisonous Plants Of Utah (undated)
Box 4, Folder 3: Animal Disease and Parasite Research Division, 22 Plants Poisonous To Livestock In The Western States (August 1969)
Box 4, Folder 3: The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Beauty Can Be Lethal (1973)
Box 4, Folder 3: S. H. Ayers and W. T. Johnson, Removal of Garlic Flavor From Milk and Cream (August 1914)
Box 4, Folder 3: O. A. Beath, J. H. Draize, and C. S. Gilbert, Plants Poisonous to Livestock (May 1934)
Box 4, Folder 3: H.H. Biswell and J. E. Foster, Stock Poisoning Plants of North Carolina (May 1953)
Box 4, Folder 3: United States Department Of Health, Education, and Welfare, Conference On The Toxicity of Cyads (04-1965)
Box 4, Folder 3: V. K . Chesnut, Some Poisonous Plants of the Northern Stock Ranges (1900)
Box 4, Folder 3: A. B. Clawson, Additional Information Concerning Larkspur Poisoning (April 1933)
Box 4, Folder 4: C. P. Burt and F. G. Heyl, Edible and Poisonous Plants of the Eastern States (1973)

Deck of flash cards.

Box 4, Folder 5: L. W. Durrell and I. I. Newsom, Colorado's Poisonous and Injurious Plants (September 1939)
Box 4, Folder 5: S. N. F. Sanford, Some Poisonous New England Plants (April 1929)
Box 4, Folder 5: A. F. Sievers, Production of Drugs and Condiment Plants (December 1948)
Box 4, Folder 5: University of Idaho, Larkspur (June 1968)
Box 4, Folder 5: N. S. Mayo, Some Observations Upon Loco (December 1892)
Box 4, Folder 5: R. McKee, Vetch Culture and Uses (12-1934)
Box 4, Folder 5: R. McKee, G. E. Ritchey, J. L. Stephens, and H. W. Johnson, Crotalaria Culture and Utilization (10-1946)
Box 4, Folder 5: E. M. Moraes Mello and J. S. Fernandes, Contribucao Ao Estudo Das Plantas Toxicas Brasilieras (December 1934)
Box 4, Folder 5: G. Meyer, Gehalt Der Kartoffeln An Solanin (1895)
Box 4, Folder 5: R. H. Miller, Crotalaria Seed Morphology, Anatomy, And Identification (09-1967)
Box 4, Folder 5: F. H. Montgomery, Poisonous Fruits (undated)
Box 4, Folder 5: W. C. Muenscher, Wild Mustard and Related Weeds (March 1928)
Box 4, Folder 5: W. C. Muenscher, List of Weeds of New York (June 1935)
Box 4, Folder 5: W. C. Muenscher and G. J. Schumacher, List of Weeds of New York (December 1953)
Box 5, Folder 1: W. C. Muenscher and G. J. Schumacher, List of Names, Common and Scientific of the Weeds of New York (January 1955)
Box 5, Folder 1: E. C. Ogden and K. E. Briwa, Some Edible Wild Greens (May 1944)
Box 5, Folder 1: E. J. Petrey, Weeds and Their Control (12-1924)
Box 5, Folder 1: E. G. Schafer, The Bindweed (June 1927)
Box 5, Folder 1: A, Schneider, The Cultivation of Belladonna in California (December 1916)
Box 5, Folder 1: A. F. Stevers, Some Effects of Selection On The Production Of Alkaloids In Belladonna (October 1915)
Box 5, Folder 1: O. A. Stevens, Plants of the Nightshade Family in North Dakota (02-1947)
Box 5, Folder 1: H. St. John, A Revision Of The Loco-Weeds Of Washington (06-1982)
Box 5, Folder 1: D. B. Swingle and H. Welch, Poisonous Plant and Stock Poisoning on the Ranges of Montana (January 1916)
Box 5, Folder 1: C.H. Tokarnia, J Dobereiner, and C. F. C. Canella, As Mais Importantes Plantas Toxicas Do Brasil (1966)
Box 5, Folder 1: G. S. Weiland, L. B. Broughton, and J. E. Metzger, Wormseed Oil Production (07-1935)
Box 5, Folder 1: J. F. Couch, Trembles Or Milk Sickness (November 1933)
Box 5, Folder 1: C. E. Fleming, N. F. Peterson, M. R. Miller, and L. H. Wright, Death Camas Plants Poisonous to Sheep and Cattle (February 1921)
Box 5, Folder 1: C. W. Gay and D. D. Dwyer, Poisonous Range Plants (06-1967)
Box 5, Folder 2: M. G. Whiting, Toxicity of Cycads (October 1962)
Box 5, Folder 2: Instituto Biologico Sao Paulo, Erva de Rato (1963)
Box 5, Folder 2: United States Department of Agriculture, Wild Hemp How To Control It (July 1970)
Box 5, Folder 2: The Arnold Arboretum, Poisonous Plants (undated)
Box 5, Folder 2: D. T. Funk, Annotated Bibliography of Walnut and Related Species (December 1966)
Box 5, Folder 2: E. O. Gangstad, DeSoto Grass (May 1965)
Box 5, Folder 2: C. A. Gardner, Poisonous Plants of Western Australia (undated)
Box 5, Folder 2: H. M. Hall and H. S. Yates, Stock Poisoning Plants of California (1915)
Box 5, Folder 3: D. W. Bohmont, Chemical Control of Poisonous Range Plants (April 1952)
Box 5, Folder 3: D. W. Bohmont, C. R. Edwards, List of Common Wyoming Weeds (01-1952)
Box 5, Folder 3: H. R. Cox, Wild Onion: Methods Of Eradication (08-1914)
Box 5, Folder 3: H. R. Cox, Eradication Of Ferns From Pasture Lands In The Eastern United States (August 1915)
Box 5, Folder 3: D. M. Crooks and D. K. Klingman, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and Poison Sumac (December 1968)
Box 5, Folder 3: G.M. Chippendale, A Study of the Diet of Cattle in Central Australia as Determined by Rumen Samples (1968)
Box 5, Folder 3: W. P. Ditmer, Poisonous Plants Of Pennsylvania (December 1965)
Box 5, Folder 3: W. H. Duncan, Poisonous Plants of the Southeastern United States (1958)
Box 5, Folder 3: R. C. Bruckner and D E. LeBore, Fescue Foot in Cattle (July 1967)
Box 5, Folder 3: L H. Dewey, Hemp (1913)
Box 5, Folder 3: D. Fell, Pretty But Poisonous Plants (May 1978)
Box 5, Folder 3: W. N. Fenton, Iroquois Suicide: A Study in the Stability of a Culture Pattern
Box 5, Folder 3: E. G. Anderson, Poison Ivy (May 1949)
Box 5, Folder 3: United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1957)
Box 5, Folder 3: National Drug Company, Rhus Tox Antigen Specific Treatment for Poison Ivy (undated)
Box 5, Folder 3: United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Please Don't Wat The Poison Ivy (August 1967)
Box 5, Folder 4: E. S. Godfrey, Ivy Poisoning A Health Problem (undated)
Box 5, Folder 4: N. J. Booth, Poisonous Plants Of The Pacific Northwest (1965)

Printed color calendar.

Box 5, Folder 4: W. Bromberg and C. L. Tranter, Peyote Intoxication (undated)
Box 5, Folder 4: Injurious Influence of Bark of Black Walnut Roots on Seedling of Tomato and Alfalfa (undated)
Box 5, Folder 4: G. Rajka, Berufliche Kontaktdermatitis (undated)
Box 5, Folder 4: J. W. Dollahite, Research and Observations on Toxic Plants in Texas 1932-1972 (1978)
Box 5, Folder 4: J. G. Fiske, Poison Ivy (July 1927)
Box 5, Folder 4: Children's Memorial Hospital, Plants and Mushrooms in the Midwest (1976)
Box 5, Folder 4: F. W. Heyl, K. Lot, H. G. Knight, and O. L. Prien, The Chemical Examination of Death Camas (undated)
Box 5, Folder 4: C. A. Gardner and H. W. Bennetts, Poison Plants of Western Australia (09-1954)
Box 5, Folder 4: W. T. Gills, Poison-Ivy and The Poison-Oaks (05-1961)
Box 5, Folder 4: C. V. Grant and A. A. Hansen, Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac and Their Eradication (October 1920)
Box 5, Folder 4: H. Groh, Poison Ivy (1930)
Box 5, Folder 4: A. A. Hansen, Harmful Effects of Poison Ivy Not to be Underrated (April 1923)
Box 5, Folder 4: W. M. Harlow, Poisonivy and Poisonsumac (1949)
Box 5, Folder 4: E. A. Hollowell, Sweetclover (October 1956)
Box 5, Folder 4: H. C. Hanson and J. R. Dice, Milk-Tainting Weeds and Their Control (March 1936)
Box 5, Folder 4: A. A. Hansen, Nineteen Noxious Weeds of Indiana (February 1922)
Box 5, Folder 4: A. A. Hansen, Wild Garlic Eradication (August 1922)
Box 5, Folder 4: A. A. Hansen, Does Allium Vineale L. Produce Seeds In Indiana (1924)
Box 5, Folder 4: I. Haq, Medicinal Plants (1983)
Box 5, Folder 4: C. M. Harrison, J. Tyson, and B. B. Robinson, Renovation Studies On Stands Of Common Milkweed In Northern Michigan (August 1947)
Box 5, Folder 4: H. A. H. Larson, R. H. Landon, and I.C. Erickson, Pesky Plants (June 1944)
Box 5, Folder 4: F. H. Hillman, Distinguishing Characters Of The Seeds Of Sudan Grass And Johnson Grass (August 1916)
Box 5, Folder 4: J. M. Kingsbury, Poison Ivy, Poison Sumac, and Other Rash-Producing Plants (June 1976)
Box 5, Folder 4: W. C. Meunscher, Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac (February 1930)
Box 5, Folder 4: F. B. Power, The Chemistry Of The Bark Of Robinia Pseud-acacia (February 1890)
Box 5, Folder 5: N. S. Mayo, Cornstock Disease of Cattle (1896)
Box 5, Folder 5: C. Laverdiere, La Distribution Geographique De L'herbe A La Puce Dans Le Quebec Et Sa Presence Au Lac Saint-Jean (1956)
Box 5, Folder 5: R. McKee, Lupines New Legumes For The South (November 1943)
Box 5, Folder 5: J. B. McNair, Poison Ivy (1926)
Box 5, Folder 5: J. B. McNair, The Taxonomy Of Poison Ivy (03-1925)
Box 5, Folder 5: J. Morton, Melaleuca Quinquenervia Is A Menace (undated)
Box 5, Folder 5: W. C. Meunscher, Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac (May 1948)
Box 5, Folder 5: W. C. Meunscher and J. M. Kingsbury, Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac (02-1957)
Box 5, Folder 5: W. Newell, H. Mowry, and R.M. Barnette, The Tung-Oil Tree (October 1930)
Box 5, Folder 5: J. J. Norris and K. A. Valentine, Principal Livestock-Poisoning Plants (March 1957)
Box 5, Folder 5: L. H. Pammel, Some Weedy Grasses Injurious to Livestock, Specially Sheep (June 1929)
Box 6, Folder 2: A. L. Poole and D. Cairns, Botanical Aspects of Ragwort Control (1940)
Box 6, Folder 2: J. H. Randerson, The Cultivation of the Opium Poppy In the United States (undated)
Box 6, Folder 2: P. L. Ricker, Poison-Ivy, Poison-Oak and Poison-Sumac (April 1935)
Box 6, Folder 2: B. B. Robinson, Hemp (January 1943)
Box 6, Folder 2: G. E. Stone, Poison Ivy (undated)
Box 6, Folder 2: R. E. Schultes, Notas Etnotoxicologicas Acerca De La Flora Amazonica De Colombia (1970)
Box 7, Folder 1: untitled document (undated)

Contains annotated typed pages.

Box 6, Folder 2: G. P. Van Eseltine, Poison Ivy (November 1934)
Box 6, Folder 2: C. H. VanEtten and M. E. Daxenbichler, Glucosinolates and Derived Products in Cruciferous Vegetables: Total Glucosinolates by Retention on an Anion Exchange Resi and Enzymatic Hydrolysis to Measure the Released Glucose (February 1977)
Box 6, Folder 2: W. Van Fleet, Goldenseal Under Cultivation (June 1936)
Box 6, Folder 2: T. A. Kisselbach, N. F. Petersen, and W. W. Burr, Bindweeds and Their Control (May 1934)
Box 6, Folder 2: M. B. MacDonald and A. Glaser, The Removal of the Bitter Flavor From Bitterweed Cream (December 1929)
Box 6, Folder 2: A. J. MacEachen, J. N. Crawford, J. W. Willard, E. Napke, D. M. Adams, and L. Fournier, Canadian Poison Control Programs Statistics 1965 (March 1968)
Box 6, Folder 2: C. D. Marsh, Prevention Of Losses Of Live Stock From Pant Poisoning (June 1916)
Box 6, Folder 2: C. D. Marsh, The Loco-Weed Disease (November 1909)
Box 6, Folder 2: W. C. Muenscher, Some Plants Poisonous To Touch (January 1948)
Box 6, Folder 2: B. L. Morris and D. I. Morris, Tasmanian Plants Toxic For Animals (1978)
Box 6, Folder 3: G. Samuelsson, Fytokemiska och farmakolgiska studier over Viscum algum L (1962)
Box 6, Folder 3: D. G. Steyn, T. Adelaar, and M. Henrich, Poisonous Plants In Relation To Animal Industry In Union of South Africa (1949)
Box 6, Folder 3: D. G. Steyn, Krimpsiekte in Stock (July 1945)
Box 6, Folder 3: D. G. Steyn and S. J. van der Walt, Jaagsiekte in Horses, and Sunn-Hemp Poisoning in Stock (July 1945)
Box 6, Folder 3: D. G. Steyn, Poisoning of Stock on Old and Harvested Lands (July 1945)
Box 6, Folder 3: D. G. Steyn, Gousiekte and its Control (January 1944)
Box 6, Folder 3: D. G. Steyn and S. J. van der Walt, Chinkerinchee or Star of Bethlehem Poisoning of Stock (February 1942)
Box 6, Folder 3: D. G. Steyn, Poisonous Plants (February 1944)
Box 6, Folder 3: O. A. Stevens and L. W. Mitich, Plants Which May Be Poisonous (May 1965)
Box 6, Folder 3: C. D. Marsh, A. R. Clawson, J. F. Couch, and H. Marsh, Wester Sneezeweed As A Poisonous Plant (October 1921)
Box 6, Folder 3: J. W. Schermerhorn and M. W. Quimby, The Lynn Index A Bibliography of Phytochemistry (1957)
Box 6, Folder 3: H. Schmidt, Field and Laboratory Notes On A Fatal Disease Of Cattle Occurring On The Coastal Plains of Texas (February 1924)
Box 6, Folder 4: G. S. Winterringer, Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac (1963)
Box 6, Folder 4: M. W. Osburn, Principal Poisonous Plants in Kansas (undated)
Box 6, Folder 4: E. Geoffrey, Contribution A L'etude Du Robinia Nicou Aublet au point de vue Botanique Chimique Et Phyiologique (1862)
Box 6, Folder 5: H. S. Warren, Toxicity of Potatoes (02-1973)
Box 6, Folder 5: W. W. Fletcher and D. J. Martin, Poisonous Plants in South-West Scotland (April 1955)
Box 6, Folder 5: The American Association of Poison Control Centers, Standards Including Recommended Antidotes Supplies And References For Poison Control Centers (December 1972)
Box 6, Folder 5: Baltimore County General Hospital, 1991 (undated)

Printed color calendar.

Box 6, Folder 6: C. W. Gay and D. D. Dwyer, New Mexico Range Plants (June 1965)
Box 6, Folder 6: State of California Department of Public Health, Occupational Poison Oka Dermatitis In California (October 1961)
Box 6, Folder 6: L. R. Tehon, C. C. Morrill, and R. Graham, Illinois Plants Poisonous to Livestock (February 1946)
Box 6, Folder 1: notepad (undated)

8.5 inch by 14 inch notepad.

Box 6, Folder 7: Abstracts 3rd International Symposium on Poisonous Plants (1989)
Box 6, Folder 7: H. L. Bolley, Weeds and Methods of Eradication (March 1908)
Box 6, Folder 7: S. H. Beck, Answers to questionnaire and description of cases of poisoning from eating poisonous honey (1921)
Box 6, Folder 7: E. G. Baldwin, Florida sunshine (1916)
Box 7, Folder 1: R. G. Bailey and C. T. Cushwa, Ecoregion, Land-Surface Form and Hydrological Units Maps of the United States (July 1982)

Folded maps in envelope.

Box 7, Folder 1: American Tung Oil Association, Proceedings of the Thirty-Third Annual Tung Industry Convention (September 1966)
Box 7, Folder 1: M. D. Ellis, Common Poisonous Plants Of Texas & The Gulf Coast (undated)
Box 7, Folder 1: A. Hoffmann and A. Cerletti, Oloiuqui - the third Aztec (undated)
Box 7, Folder 1: University of Maryland, 100 Poisonous Plants of Maryland (1986)
Box 7, Folder 1: D. J. Wagstaff, Wagstaff Scripts (undated)

Envelope containing content information written on outside.

Box 7, Folder 1: J. W. Dollahite, Toxic Plants poisonous in animals and man (1970)
Box 7, Folder 1: J. Hopkins, New Zealand Poisonous Honey (1915)

Envelope attached.

Box 7, Folder 1: L. F. Kebler, Poisonous honey (1896)

Envelope attached.

Box 7, Folder 1: O. M. Freeman, Report of poisonous honey investigation in the mountains of Burke County, North Carolina (1922)

Envelope attached.

Box 7, Folder 1: G. L. Sams, Poisonous honey topographical map (October 1921)

One topographical map and envelope.

Box 7, Folder 2: R. K. Hartley, Georgia Poison Control Guide to Plant Toxicity (July 1990)
Box 7, Folder 2: North Dakota Institute For Regional Studies, Common Poisonous Plants Of The Northern Plains Dangerous To Man (1967)
Box 7, Folder 2: W. T. Gillis, Symptoms Of Plant Poisonous (1960)
Box 7, Folder 2: W. W. Speir, V. Mihranian, and J. L. McLaughlin, Cactus Alkaloids (1969)
Box 7, Folder 2: L. H. Russell, Subhuman Primates As Model Experimental Animals For The Studies Of Poisonous Plants (1970)
Box 7, Folder 1: M. J. Solomon and F. A Crane, Polygenes: Implications in the Biogenesis of Alkaloids (August 1969)
Box 7, Folder 3: D. M. Ball, G. Lacefield, and C. S. Hoveland, The Fescue Endophyte Story (undated)
Box 7, Folder 3: D. Ball, M. Putnam, G. Lacerfield, and C. Hoverson, Fescue For Horses (undated)
Box 7, Folder 3: W. H. Lewis, American ginseng; a forest crop (1980)
Box 7, Folder 3: L. Higgs, Bush Medicine In The Bahamas (1969)
Box 7, Folder 3: L. H. Fikenscher. Bijdrage Tot De Kennis Van De Biologie Der Alkaloiden Bij Erythroxylum Coca (July 1959)
Box 7, Folder 3: S. Miller, The Story Of Plants And Flowers For Audubon Juniors (undated)
Box 7, Folder 3: Poisonous plants to avoid (undated)
Box 7, Folder 3: Maricopa County Civil Defense And Disaster Organization, Desert Survival (1968)
Box 7, Folder 3: R. Stevens, B. C. Giunta, K. R. Jorgensen, and A. P. Plummer, Winterfat (1977)
Box 7, Folder 4: Brigham Young University, The Great Basin Naturalist (April 1983)
Box 7, Folder 4: Health Center for Better Living, A Useful Guide To Herbal Health Care (undated)
Box 7, Folder 4: Fox Hollow Herb & Heirloom Seed Co, 1994 Catalog (1994)
Box 7, Folder 4: W. B. Bitner, Knapweed a quiet destroyer (undated)
Box 7, Folder 4: C. Carter, Poisonous Plants (July 1990)
Box 7, Folder 4: R. A. Dahne, Keep Safe From Poisonous Animals Insects Plants Trees Of The United States (1994)
Box 7, Folder 4: J. T. MacLean, Medical Botany And Herbal Medicine: Books and Articles (February 1987)
Box 7, Folder 5: New York Botanical Garden, New Pronouncing Dictionary Of Plant Names (1964)
Box 7, Folder 5: Florists' Publishing Company, New Pronouncing Dictionary Of Plant Names (1964)
Box 7, Folder 5: O. Lakela and F. C. Craighead, Annotated Checklist of The Vascular Plants (1965)
Box 7, Folder 5: R. Bailey, The Home Garden Self-Pronouncing Dictionary Of Plant Names (1948)
Box 7, Folder 5: Syntex Laboratories, Recognizing Rhus (March 1985)

5 separate cards containing illustrations and writing on both sides.

Box 8, Folder 1: The Library Of Congress, Outline Of The Library Of Congress Classification (1970)
Box 8, Folder 1: C. E. Leighty, Buckwheat (1934)
Box 8, Folder 1: R. F. Lederer, The Case for the Guilty Garden (1972)

Contains annotations on front of document.

Box 8, Folder 1: T. E. Odland, J. B. Smith, and S. C. Damon, The Influence of Crop Plants on Those Which Follow (January 1934)
Box 8, Folder 1: C. F. Millspaugh, Contributions to North American Euphorbiaceae--V (September 1914)
Box 8, Folder 1: Special Report Magazine, Toxic Pants (1993)
Box 8, Folder 1: Wyeth Laboratories, The sinister garden (August 1966)
Box 8, Folder 1: C. P. Burt and F. G. Heyl, Edible And Poisonous Plants Of The Western United States (1974)

Contains deck of cards with plant pictures and descriptions.

Box 8, Folder 2: J. J. Kozma, Killer Plants A Poisonous Guide (1969)
Box 8, Folder 2: F. C. Gates, Principal Poisonous Plants in Kansas (1930)
Box 8, Folder 2: T. Kommedahl and H. G. Johnson, Pesky Plants (1972)
Box 8, Folder 2: L. W. Durrell, R. Jensen, and B. Klinger, Poisonous and Injurious Plants In Colorado (January 1952)
Box 8, Folder 4: V. K. Chesnut, Plants Used By The Indians Of Mendocino County California (1902)
Box 8, Folder 2: United States Department of Agriculture, How To Know Wildflowers near Your Camp (undated)
Box 8, Folder 3: M. E. Fowler, Poisonous Plants- Outline Of Clinical Findings (undated)
Box 8, Folder 3: The Williams and Wilkins Company, Poisonous And Injurious Plants Of Panama (January 1943)
Box 8, Folder 4: Sheep Deaths Investigated (January 1971)
Box 8, Folder 4: L. S Maxwell, Florida's Poisonous Plants Snakes Insects (1963)
Box 8, Folder 4: D. K. Shone and R. B. Drummond, Poisonous Plants Of Rhodesia (08-1965)
Box 8, Folder 4: L. Perrero, The World Of Tropical Flowers (1976)
Box 8, Folder 4: C. D. Marsh, A. B. Clawson, J. F. Couch, and W. W. Eggleston, The Whorled Milkweed As A Poisonous Plant (1920)
Box 8, Folder 4: Northern Territory Administration Animal Industry Branch, Poisonous Plants of the Northern Territory (February 1957)
Box 8, Folder 5: W. F. Wight, Native American Species Of Prunus (April 1915)
Box 8, Folder 5: C. A. Heller, Wild Edible and Poisonous Plants of Alaska (May 1993)
Box 8, Folder 5: K. D. Perkins and W. W. Payne, Guide To Poisonous Plants And Irritant Plants of Florida (January 1978)
Box 8, Folder 5: J. B. S Norton, Maryland Weeds And Other Harmful Plants (August 1911)
Box 8, Folder 5: T. D. Schwaner, Common Poisonous Plants of the Southeastern United States (1970)
Box 8, Folder 5: H. E. Morris and H. Welch, Plants Poisonous to Live Stock in Montana (February 1927)
Box 8, Folder 6: J. P. Blaisdell and R. C. Holmgren, Managing Intermaountain Rangelands-- Salt-Desert Shrub Ranges (June 1984)
Box 8, Folder 6: E. P. Phillips, A Preliminary List of The Known Poisonous Plants In South Africa (1926)
Box 8, Folder 6: E. L. Core, J. H. Reitz, and W. H. Gillespie, The Poisonous Plants of West Virginia (02-1969)
Box 8, Folder 6: R. E. Schulties, A Contribution To Our Knowledge Of Rive Corymbosa (1941)
Box 8, Folder 6: W. G. Farlow and V. K. Chesnut, Mushroom Hunters Guide And Common Poisonous Plants (1982)
Box 9, Folder 1: C. D. Marsh, A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Lupine As Poisonous Plants (12-1916)
Box 9, Folder 1: C. A. Gardner, Poisonous Plants Of South-Western Australia (1937)
Box 9, Folder 4: A. H. Kates, D. E. Davis, and J. McCormack, Poisonous Plants of the Southern United States (July 1974)
Box 8, Folder 3: L. H. Walsh, South African Poisonous Plants (March 1931)
Box 9, Folder 2: C. M. Johnson, Native Trees Of The Intermountain Region (1984)
Box 9, Folder 2: C. D. Marsh, Stock-Poisoning Plants Of The Range (July 1918)
Box 9, Folder 2: T. N. Shaver, Isolation Of A Toxic Naphthoquinone From Karwinskia (1966)
Box 9, Folder 2: J. D. Gimlette, Malay Poisons And Charm Cures (1971)
Box 9, Folder 3: C. D. Marsh, A. B. Clawson, and H. Marsh, Larkspur Poisoning Of Live Stock (1916)
Box 9, Folder 3: C. D. Marsh, Stock-Poisoning Plants Of The Range (October 1929)
Box 9, Folder 3: E. D. Merrill, Emergency Food Plants And Poisonous Plants Of The Islands Of The Pacific (April 1943)
Box 9, Folder 3: E. Frankel, Poison Ivy Poison Oak Poison Sumac and their relatives pistachios mangoes cashews (1991)
Box 9, Folder 3: The Miami Herald, Rosary Bean Kills Child 2 (November 1969)
Box 9, Folder 4: A. M. Michalowski and M. J. Michalowski, Handbook of Florida Edible Wild Plants And Those That Are Poisonous (1963)
Box 9, Folder 4: A. T. Semple, H. N. Vinall, C. R. Enlow, and T. E. Woodward, A Pasture Handbook (April 1934)
Box 9, Folder 4: A. Fernandes, Nocoes De Toxicologia E Plantas Toxicas (1975)
Box 9, Folder 4: E. Moll, G. Moll, and R. C. Strebel, Poisonous Plants (1989)
Box 9, Folder 4: D. I. Macht, A Pharmacological Appreciation Of A Biblical Reference To Mass Poisoning (February 1919)
Box 9, Folder 4: The National Drug Company, The Preferred Treatment for Ivy Poisoning (undated)
Box 9, Folder 4: Symptoms of poisoning from Indiana plants (undated)
Box 9, Folder 5: O. C. Lee and R. A. Craig, Plants in Indiana Poisonous and Injurious to Livestock (June 1939)
Box 9, Folder 5: J. R. Spence and H. Buchanan, Checklist Of The Vascular Plants Of Bryce Canyon National Park Utah (September 1993)
Box 9, Folder 5: Ciba Pharmaceutical, Arrow Poisons (October 1941)
Box 9, Folder 5: T. Mildner, Giftplazen In Wald Und Flur (1952)
Box 9, Folder 5: U. Maier, Vorsicht Giftplazen Eine Fibel fur Erwachsene und Kinder (July 1977)
Box 9, Folder 5: Missouri Department of Agriculture, Poisonous Plants (undated)
Box 9, Folder 5: K Allison, A Guide To Plants Poisonous To Horses (1997)
Box 9, Folder 5: H. Ratner-Connolly and R. Connolly, Poison Ivy Pets and People (2002)
Box 6, Folder 1: E. R. Watterhouse, A Treatise of Opium And It's Compounds (1908)
Box 10, Folder 1: Agricultural Research Service, Preparing Herbarium Specimens Of Vascular Plants (September 1971)
Box 10, Folder 1: B. P. Lawton, Missouri Botanical Garden (undated)
Box 10, Folder 1: Arizona Native Plant Society, Desert Shrubs (April 1990)
Box 10, Folder 1: J. E. Bowers, 100 Desert Wildflowers Of The Southwest (January 1998)
Box 10, Folder 1: International Aroid Society, Aroideana (1997)
Box 10, Folder 1: National Audubon Society, Audubon Wildflower Chart (undated)

Colored fold-out poster.

Box 10, Folder 1: illustration (undated)

Fold-out page with illustrations of flowers.

Box 6, Folder 1: pictures (undated)

Microfilm pictures pasted onto McBee edge-notched cards.

Box 10, Folder 2: The American Association of Poison Control Centers, The Poison Penletter (March 1976)
Box 10, Folder 2: document (undated)

Contains information related to an article by F. G. Clegg about convulsive sheep.

Box 10, Folder 2: Toxicology of Plant Phenolics Especially Those In Herbal Products (undated)
Box 10, Folder 2: The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology (April 1847)
Box 10, Folder 2: document (undated)

Information regarding rape seed and white mustard seed on carbon copy.

Box 10, Folder 2: T. Proskine, A Case Of Pokeweed Poisoning In A Dairy Herd (October 1964)
Box 10, Folder 2: A. Ernst, Some Remarks On The Poisonous Properties Of Euphorbia Caracasana (undated)
Box 10, Folder 2: J. Wheeler, Alsike clover (1872)

Written on edge-notched card.

Box 10, Folder 3: Desert Botanical Garden, Recommended Desert Pant List (undated)
Box 10, Folder 3: Castleland Resource Conservation and Development, Weeds of Utah calendar (2006)

Color photo calendar for the 2006 year.

Box 10, Folder 3: H. M. Cann, Hemolytic Anemia In Favism (1958)
Box 10, Folder 3: United States of America vs. Select Dietary Products Inc (1967)

Affidavit.

Box 10, Folder 3: A. M Underwood (March 1978)

Medical case report regarding Japanese yew poisoning in bovines.

Box 10, Folder 3: C. Travis (November 1958)

Multiple sources of medical cases from various veterinarians.

Box 10, Folder 3: New York State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, laboratory notes (undated)

Laboratory results regarding Saponaria vaccaria poisoning.

Box 10, Folder 3: Utah State University, 7th International Symposium On Poisonous Plants (June 2005)
Box 10, Folder 5: booklet (undated)

Booklet containing information on various plant species.

Box 10, Folder 5: A. P. de Candolle, Prodroms systematis naturalis regni vegetabilis (undated)

Edge-notched card containing reference material and attached photocopied paper written in Latin.

Box 10, Folder 5: note (November 1977)

Small printed note regarding a call about cerebral edema in a child after ingestion of Celastrus scandens.

Box 10, Folder 5: E. D. Aubin, Poisoning by wild honey (April 1905)
Box 10, Folder 5: S. Davidson, All About Poisonous Plants (2006)
Box 10, Folder 5: T. K. Ryan, Stock Poisoning (1947)
Box 10, Folder 5: H. Gross, Beware Poison! (2005)
Box 10, Folder 4: International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology (December 1990)
Box 10, Folder 4: Southern Cooperative Series, Influence Of Environment On The Chemical Composition of Plants (January 1954)
Box 11, Folder 1: H. Garman, Some Kentucky Weeds and Poisonous Plants (August 1914)
Box 11, Folder 1: F. Fyles, Principal Poisonous Plants of Canada (1920)

Biographical Note/Historical Note +/-

D. Jesse Wagstaff has worked many years in food safety and development of poisonous plant bibliographic databases. His interest started when he worked at the United States Department of Agriculture's Poisonous Plant Laboratory before veterinary training at Cornell University, where John Kingsbury taught poisonous plants. After earning a Ph.D., Wagstaff taught toxicology at the University of Missouri. He researched safety of animals feeds and drugs and evaluated epidemiologic and safety aspects of human foods at the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). His collection of poisonous plant documents is the world's largest.

Content Description +/-

Collection includes materials which D Jesse Wagstaff used for research in his book titled International Poisonous Plants Checklist: An Evidence-Based Reference. Materials included are booklets, pamphlets, correspondence, ephemera, and other miscellaneous materials.

Collection Use +/-

Restrictions on Access:

Access to the collection is open with assistance from the archivist or staff.

Restrictions on Use:

Open for research. Copyright for official University records is held by Utah Valley University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Administrative Information +/-

Arrangement:

The series arrangement is as follows: 1. correspondence; 2. sources. Items are organized by the authors numerical organization as noted on the items. Authors original items are missing throughout the collection.

Acquisition Information:

A gift of D. Jesse Wagstaff

Creator:

Wagstaff, D. Jesse, 1935-

Language:

English

Sponsor:

none

Quantity:

5.5 Linear feet; 11 boxes

Language of the Finding Aid:

English

Author of the Finding Aid:

Finding aid prepared by Joel Sparks, student intern

EAD Creation Date:

2013-04-02

Standard:

Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Subjects +/-

Subject Terms:

Accidental poisoning in children
Agriculture
Akee
Astragalus (Plants)
Botany
Cattle
Cicuta
Food poisoning
Halogeton
Hemp
Honey
House plants--Toxicology.
Larkspur
Livestock
Livestock poisoning plants
Lupines
Milkweeds
Noxious weeds
Oxytropis
Plant poisoning in animals
Plants, Ornamental
Poison control centers
Poison ivy
Poison oak
Poison sumac
Poisonous plants
Poisonous plants Toxicology
Poisonous plants--Africa.
Poisonous plants--Australia.
Poisonous plants--Canada.
Poisonous plants--Florida.
Poisonous plants--Georgia.
Poisonous plants--North America.
Poisonous plants--Pennsylvania.
Poisonous plants--Quebec (Province)
Poisonous plants--Southwestern States.
Poisonous plants--Texas.
Sheep
Sorghum
Tung tree
United States. Department of Agriculture
Zigadenus

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