The Howard S. Fawcett papers contain articles, magazine and newspaper clippings, correspondence, periodicals, transcripts
of radio broadcasts and other material gathered on Howard S. Fawcett, a University of California, Riverside professor and
noted pioneer in phytopathology. The bulk of the papers consist of writings and research related to citrus diseases.
Howard S. Fawcett was a pioneer in the field of phytopathology. He was born in Salem, Ohio on April 12, 1877 to Quaker parents.
He earned a B.S. from Iowa State College in 1905. Fawcett spent the first seven years of his career at the University of Florida,
eventually earning a masters degree from the University of Florida at Gainesville in 1908.
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