Thomas G Harbison

  • American

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1897/00/00 Harbison takes a position as collector of plants for the herbarium of the Biltmore estate. Harbison and Frank E Boynton of Highlander, NC, collected plants in Western North Carolina and from the Rockies, the Cascades, and the ranges of the West Coast. Work Biltmore Estate Asheville
1905/00/00 From 1905 to 1926, Thomas Harbison travels throughout the American South and Southwest as a plant collector for the Arnold Arboretum under the direction of Charles Sargent. Work Arnold Arboretum Boston
1905/00/00 From 1905 until 1926 Harbison travels the southern United States, collecting material for Sargent's Manual of the Trees of North America. Work
1921/00/00 Thomas Grant Harbison House is built in 1921 Home Thomas Grant Harbison House Highlands
1922/00/00 Thomas G Harbison work is critical to Dr Sargent's production of the second edition of his landmark Manual of the Trees of North America published in 1922. Researcher Arnold Arboretum Boston
1932/00/00 Dr William Coker acquires the Hart House and 44 acres and gives them to his sister in-law, Mrs Croker. She developed Kalmia Garden into 28 acres of natural and planted botanical garden. Botanist Thomas E House Hart and Kalmia Gardens Hartsville, SC
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