John Clayton Papers
Scope and Contents
Copies of letters written by John Clayton author of Latin text Flora Virginica, exhibens plantas (Lugduni Batavorum, 1762), to Carl von Linne [Carolus Linnaeus] concerning Linnaeus' published works, seeds, Gmelin's Flora Siberica, and Clayton's election to the Swedish Royal Academy of Science; and to [John] Bartram concerning seeds, and a trip by Bartram to Florida.
- Creation: 1747, 1765
- Clayton, John, 1686-1773 (Person)
- Bartram, John, 1699-1777 (Person)
- Linnaeus, Carl von, 1707-1778 (Person)
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Born in Lancashire in 1657. M. A. Oxford. Rector of James City (Va.) Parish, 1684-1686. Made scientific observations. Returned to England. Fellow of Royal Society. Dean of Kildare. Died 1725.
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0.01 Linear Foot
Negative photostats Philadelphia, Pa.: Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 25 cm.
- Guide to the John Clayton Papers
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English