Core, Earl Lemley, 1902-1984
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.1730
Scope and Contents Original Accession; 1756-1985; boxes 1-21 and two oversize folders Records of Earl L. Core, botanist, writer, editor, historian, and West Virginia University professor and Biology Department Head. Includes the correspondence, collected research materials, and writings of Dr. Core. The earliest correspondence, 1951-1960, deals mostly with his role as a botanist and West Virginia University Botany Department chair, and includes letters both to and from Dr. Core. Later correspondence,...
Collection Number: A&M.1556
Scope and Contents Office files and correspondence of Dr. Core, head of the Biology Department, editor of Castanea, and well-known biologist. Collection includes multiple addenda, all of which have been interfiled except for the addendum of 1978/01/17.Includes personal and business correspondence from the time Dr. Core served as Chairman of the WVU Department of Biology (ca. 1951-1969). Some correspondence (1967-1969) pertains to the Morgantown Public...
Dates: 1928, 1948-1978
Collection Number: A&M.1197
Scope and Contents The office files of Dr. Core, Head, Department of Biology, contain personal and professional correspondence. The papers deal with his work in the field of botany: as Curator of the Herbarium; as organizer of the Appalachian Botanical Club and editor of its journal, Castenea; and in various phases of botanical research. Some of the correspondence deals with academic duties and activities, and also reflects his interests in religious, historical and civic...
Collection Number: A&M.4009
Overview Mock-up of illustrations for the book "Flora of West Virginia, Second Edition" by Earl L. Core and P.D. Strausbaugh. The mock-up shows a rough draft of what the illustrated pages of the book would look like when published. Mock-up is composed of black and white botanical illustrations on pieces of illustration board (11 in. x 16 in.). The mock-ups show the layout of text and illustrations with notes and corrections. Also contains mock-ups and other material regarding the book's cover...
Collection Number: A&M.1190
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Georgia C. Price, Blackstone, Virginia with Dr. Core on the lore and family history of old time residents of Clay and other western districts of Monongalia County.
Collection Number: A&M.1251
Scope and Contents Autographed letter signed by Margaret Cannon, Christopher Yoders, and Joseph S. Cannon to Jacob Mirs [Myers] Cassville, Monongalia County, Virginia. Dated, Martinsburg, Ohio, July 24. Letter from Myers' relatives in Knox County, Ohio briefly describing the country around Martinsburg.
Collection Number: A&M.1275
Collection Number: A&M.3910
Overview Genealogy research material of Georgia Catharine Price (1867-1954, born in Monongalia County, West Virginia), granddaughter of West Virginia legislator William Price (1803-1881), and Earl L. Core. Includes typescript and original correspondence, genealogies, facsimiles of legal documents, and other material, mostly relating to the genealogy of various families, including Core, Haught, Price, and Tennant. Prominent locations include Greene County and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and...
Dates: 1804-1860s, 1916-1972, undated
Collection Number: A&M.2174
Scope and Contents One letter from J. Haynes Miller to Dr. Earl. L. Core, n.d, concerning Howard B. Tully, Sr. and Jr. and explanation of his source for the enclosed material on John Nuttall; one letter from Howard B. Tully, Jr. to Mr. Miller regarding the Nuttall material. A one page copy of a typescript, "Approximate General Statement as to holdings of John Nuttall Estate", describing the coal and timber lands in Fayette and Nicholas counties, income from, taxes on, and branch railroads owned by...
Dates: 1971; N.D.
Collection Number: A&M.0889
Scope and Contents Correspondence containing genealogical information on Lawrence William Nuttall, a West Virginia botanist, and his family. Also included are two articles; one from the West Virginia Agriculturist entitled: "Former Student Gives Work to University," and the other from a Fayette County Newspaper, "How John Nuttal Developed the Keeney's Creek Section."
Dates: 1929; 1946-1952