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(G.U.A. = Glasgow University Archives, plus the reference number).

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    Boney, A. D. (1985). Appointment to a ‘Crown’ Chair of Botany: Glasgow 1885. The Linnean 1: 1926.
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    G.U.A. 9967.
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    A letter in my possession by courtesy of Professor A. C. Wardlaw.
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    G.U.A. C49.
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    Blackman, F. F. et al. (1917). The reconstruction of elementary botanical teaching. New Phytologist 16: 241252.
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    G.U.A. C413.
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    G.U.A. C414.
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    G.U.A. C413. (1918) The examination of a witness. New Phytologist 17: 38.
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    G.U.A. C514.
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    G.U.A. C515.
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    G.U.A. C516.
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    Hill, T. G. (1918). Some practical suggestions. New Phytologist 17: 912.
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    Mclean, R. C. (1918). A plea for freedom. New Phytologist 17: 5456.
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    Fritsch, F. E. & Salisbury, E. J. (1918). Some criticisms and suggestions. New Phytologist 17: 101104.
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    Mangham, S. (1918). Wanted - the facts as to what is actually taught. New Phytologist 17: 101104.
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    Bower, F. O. (1918). Botanical Bolshevism. New Phytologist 17: 105107.
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    G.U.A. C520.
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    G.U.A. C135.
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    G.U.A. C518.
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    G.U.A. C521 [Draft notes for ref. 16 above].
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    G.U.A. C519.
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    G.U.A. CS17.
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    G.U.A. C442.
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    G.U.A. C234.
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    G.U.A. C439.
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    Stopes, M. C. (1918). An argument for morphology. New Phytologist 17: 198199.
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    Rayner, M. C. (1918). Botany and the teaching of Biology. New Phytologist 17: 193197.
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    Thoday, D. (1918). The student must be given the opportunity of handling the evidence of growth and change. New Phytologist 17: 143147.
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    Stiles, W. (1918). Botany is the science of the living plant. New Phytologist 17: 251257.
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    Small, J. (1918). The student as a synthesizing machine. New Phytologist 17: 189193.
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    G.U.A. C522.
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    G.U.A. C523.
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    G.U.A. CS24.
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    G.U.A. C526.
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    G.U.A. C527.
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    Blackman, V. H. (1919). On some aspects of the plea for reconstruction. New Phytologist 18: 5056.
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    Oliver, F. W. (1919). No department - the door of which shall not be opened. New Phytologist 18: 5658.
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    Blackman, F. F. (1919) What is Botany New Phytologist 18: 5864.
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    Tansley, A. G. (1919) The reconstruction of elementary botany teaching. New Phytologist 18: 5864.
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    Godwin, H. (1977) Sir Arthur Tansley: the man and his subject. (First Tansley Lecture). Journal of Ecology 65: 126.
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    G.U.A. B16A.
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    G.U.A. B104.
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    Tansley, A. G. (1924). Eug. Warming: in memoriam. Botanisk Tidsskrift, 39, 5456.
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    G.U.A. C40.
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    G.U.A. C41.
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    G.U.A. E97.
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    G.U.A. C56.
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    Draft of a letter in my possession by courtesy of Professor A. C. Wardlaw.
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    Bower, F. O. (1923). Obituary Notice: Sir Isaac Bayley Balfour. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 43: 230236.
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    G.U.A. E191.
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    G.U.A. E192.
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    G.U.A. E54E.
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    G.U.A. E54Q.
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    G.U.A. E54E.
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    G.U.A. E54M.
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    G.U.A. E179.
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    G.U.A. E54Q.
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    G.U.A. El78.
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    G.U.A. D278.
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    G.U.A. A34.
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    Scott, D. H. (1925). German reminiscences of the early eighties. New Phytologist 24: 916.
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