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Series 1: Organizational Records, 1872-1896, n.d.
Certificate of incorporation 1872
Annual report, 1877 1878
Miscellany 1885, 1896, n.d.
Series 2: Minutes of Meetings, 1872-1905, n.d.
Minutes 1872 -1881 March 3
Minutes 1881 March 17 -1892 July
Minutes 1892 August-1905
Minutes, miscellany 1890-1901, n.d.
Series 3: Correspondence, 1874-1898.
Series 4: Indexes, n.d.
Student and Intellectual Observer, Intellectual Observer, American Naturalist, Popular Science Review, and Lens (as to subjects relating to Microscopical Science) and meetings of scientific societies n.d.
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science and Transactions of the Royal Microscopical Society n.d.
Monthly Microscopical Journal [and Transactions of the Royal Microscopical Society] n.d.
Series 5: Scrapbooks, 1870-1892, n.d.
Scrapbook, clippings 1870-1877
Scrapbook, clippings ca. 1878-1887 May
Scrapbook, clippings 1887 May-1892
Fern mounts n.d.
Photographs of microscopic organisms n.d.
Series 6: Writings by Members, 1872-1892.
Attwood, Melville and Hanks, Henry G. Native alloy - Comstock Lode ca. 1874
Attwood, Melville, 1812-1898
Rusty gold 1875
New variety of gold bearing mica n.d.
Breckenfeld, A. H.
Pond life 1890
The fructification of some of our common ferns 1892
Some of our common forms of fresh 1892
The vibration microscope 1878
The hard tissues of animals n.d.
Dod, A. F.
Dr. Tolle's "4 system" immersion 1/10 objective 1875
Edwards, Arthur M. (Arthur Mead)
New apparatus for the microscope 1892
Examination, made by means of the microscope, of the specimens of the Geological Survey of California 1892
Examination, made by means of the microscope, of the specimens of the Geological Survey of California (2nd edition) 1892
Substitute for glass for covers and slides for the microscope (No. 2) 1892
Mode of cleaning diatoms for the microscope (No. 3) 1892
[Notes on microscopic techniques] (No. 4) and A medium for mounting microscopical objects, both animal and vegetable, of a high refractive index, and which would not mould. Omaha Clinic 1892
What is a "species" in the Diatomacea (No. 5) 1892
Report on the sample of mud (clay?) brought in by the [Str.?] "Brucewell," Capt. A. H. Benson in Ap. 92, Lat. N. 40ø 29'. Long. W. 74ø. 06'. Depth to sand 3 « to 4 fath (No. 6) 1892
On a deposit of marsh mud upheaval by supincumbent pressure and containing the remains of shells of Mollusca and microscopic organisms (No. 7) 1893
On a Champlain(?) deposit of Diatomacea belonging to the Littoral Plain (No. 8) 1893
On a fresh-water fossil deposit of Diatomacea consisting of clay in New Jersey and its geology, with the occurrence of marine species along with fresh-water (No. 9) 1893
The Diatomacea of kettle holes and the clay underlying them on the borders of the glacial gravel in New Jersey (No. 10) 1893
Report on the examination by means of the microscope of certain specimens from the United States Geological Survey (No. 11) 1893
Review of the genus Cyclotella, a genus of the Diatomacea (No. 12) 1893
Examination of Raised Coast Diatomacea from around Boston, Mass. n.d.
The re-discovery of a Diatomaceaous Stratum in Florida n.d.
Sugar-cane weevil 1874
Notes on a species of Gordius (Class Entozoa). Colusa, Calif. (new) 1875
Freund, R. H.
The 70th birthday of Louis Pasteur 1893
Hanks, H. G. (Henry Garber), 1826-1907
Our mint stone ca. 1874
Coccus Lacca 1875
Polarized light 1875
Report on San Diego water 1876
Silver mud (so-called) 1876
A mechanical finger 1877
The divisibility of gold 1878
Examination of a bilary calculus 1892
Report on sample of volcanic ash from Wenjaminow, Alaska ca. 1892
On the origin of magnetic rocks n.d.
Harkness, H. W. (Harvey Willson), 1821-1901
Melampsora salicini. Fungus found in Williams, Sac. River 1876
Peridermium Harknessii. A new fungus 1876
Xanthium strumarium. Fungus on cockle burr 1876
Erysiphe graminus, or wheat mildew 1877
Howard, F. L.
Hyde, Henry C.
Spontaneous generation 1877
Kinne, C. Mason
Acari in date sugar 1874
Acarus sacchari in ham 1874
How a fly walks 1875
Worms (so-called) in teeth 1875
Acarus found in diseased lemon trees 1876
Trichobasis, or grain rust 1877
Flea seeds. Cynips saltatorius n.d.
Scale insect n.d.
Efflorescence of silver 1872
Lockington, W. N. (William N.)
Artemia utahensis. A new crustacean 1875
Moore, J. P.
Agaricus tridens. A new fungus 1876
Lentinus aurantius 1876
Pinus tuberculata and grape vine fungus 1876
Agaricus (clytocybe) occidentalis 1877
Agaricus nemorosus and Tremella frondosa, latter edible 1877
Edible fungi 1877
The laurel wood borer 1878
A new fungus - Polyporus (Merisma) Kalakaua 1878
[Morehouse, G. W.]
Some notes on the markings of Frustulia saxonica 1877
Mouser, S. M.
The microscope in medicine 1878
A microscopic cabinet n.d.
On the study of diatoms n.d.
O'Toole, M. C.
Observations on structural changes in diseases of the heart 1892
Gonococci from a case of ophthalmia neonatorum 1891
Sanderson, H. E.
The spirillum of Asiatic cholera 1892
Smith, J. Edwards
The microscope and its misinterpretations 1875
Object glasses 1875
Microscopic gymnastics 1876
Paper on Dr. Wythe's amplifiers 1876
Stallard, J. H. (Joshua Harrison)
On some pathogenic bacilli n.d.
Notes on Diatomacea from Santa Monica, Cal. 1878
Stout, Arthur B.
Hygiene. Water-tanks on tops of houses 1873
Wythe, J. H. (Joseph Henry), 1822-1901
New microscopic amplifiers 1876
Light receiving organs of octopus 1877
Ultimate structure of striated muscle 1892