This collection comprises 4 linear feet of the papers of Beverly Thomas Galloway (1863-1938) and spans the years 1891-1995, the bulk of which falls into the time period of 1891-1933. The material relates almost entirely to his work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The papers are in good condition and arranged in thirteen series.

The collection consists of manuscripts of his published and unpublished writings (chiefly, typescripts of the same period); pamphlets; clippings; a corrected galley; other USDA publications, including many with Galloway's articles; reports (1897-1935); speeches, addresses, lectures (1891-1927); two notebooks dating from 1916 and 1917; loose-leaf manuscripts (28 pp.) of his scientific notes; correspondence (1914-1937) related to his professional activities, major areas of research, and his interest in plant diseases and plant introduction; biographical information (1914-1938); a photograph album (1914) from 1914 with 60 photographs dating 1886-1893 representing Galloway and his colleagues and their activities in the Section of Plant Pathology; and a few other photographs.

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