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Wilson (Albert) papers
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Material related to Wilson's career as horticulturalist, author, and broadcaster.
Albert Wilson (1903–1996), was an American botanist, landscape architect, author, teacher and lecturer on gardening and landscaping, and a TV and radio talk show personality who wrote several books popularizing gardening, as well as an autobiography. Albert Wilson was born in San Francisco and placed in an orphanage. He was saved from the 1906 earthquake when someone tossed him out the orphanage window to safety.
32 Linear Feet (20 boxes, 3 oversize folders)
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