Edna Pauline Hardin Notebook
Scope and Contents
The Edna Pauline Hardin Notebook dates from April - May 1895. The Notebook consists of 29 loose leaves annotated by Hardin and contains mounted plant specimens with information regarding each specimen's Latin and English name, where the specimen was collected, and on what date. Some specimens are no longer intact. One specimen was collected during the summer of 1899 and one specimen is undated and unidentified. The Notebook was complied by Hardin for a course in physical geography and botany while attending the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School.
- Hardin, Edna Pauline (Person)
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Biographical or Historical Information
Edna Pauline Hardin of Randolph County, North Carolina was a student of the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro), graduating in 1896.
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Language of Materials
Edna Pauline Hardin was a student of the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School, graduating in 1896.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of Martha Shoffner. Transferred from Classed Archives in September, 2008.
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