The collection consists of 56 black and white photographs of southern California trees, identified by popular and scientific
name. The collection was assembled for teaching purposes for the Herbarium and Botanical Gardens of the University of California,
Flora Murray Scott (1891-1984) was a faculty member at the American College for Women at Constantinople (1921) and Stanford
(1922-25) before coming a professor at UCLA in 1925. She served as Chair of the Department of Botany and as the first president
of the UCLA Association of Academic Women. Her research focused on physiological plant anatomy. She became professor emeritus
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
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