Correspondence, clippings, photographs, certificates, awards, letters of citation and related printed material concerning
the activities of Taylor as Director General of El Salvador Agriculture and developer of rubber in the United States. Also
included are 14 scrapbooks, reports, etc. with manuscripts and memorabilia kept by Taylor as Superintendent of Horticulture
and Director of Concessions at the Buffalo Exposition, 1901. This is arranged under such headings as: annals, McKinley assassination,
horticulture, concessions reports, foods and their accessories, and reports of the agricultural and horticultural division.
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