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||Letter from Dr. Tu Nai-Cheng [Du Naizheng] of the Botanisches Institut, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, explaining his interest in the history of Chinese botany, and copy of Joseph Needham's reply
||Correspondence with Dr. Theodore R. Dudley of the United States National Aboretum, Washington D.C., about international standards of botanical nomenclature and other matters, and related documents
||Letter from D. R. Stoddart of the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, about his application to the Royal Society China Programme for funds to assist a visit to China, and related document
||Correspondence with Wang Huafu of the Jamusi Agricultural School, Heilongjiang, China, about his work on entomology and plant pathology
||Letter from Tony Grayling of the Clarke Kent Society, Cambridge, thanking Joseph Needham for speaking to the Society and discussing his work on plant growth substances
||Letter from Dr. Michael Corr in Japan, about the possibility of his undertaking reseach on the plant names of the 'Zen Koan'
||Letter from Dr. Thang Phei-Sung [??? / Tang Peisong] of the Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, Beijing, China, expressing good wishes and forwarding a letter from Shih Ting-Chi [??? / Shi Dinji]
||Letter from A. le Lièvre of Exeter, Devon, about his work on the history of plant hunting in China
||Letter from John Corner about the provision of a photograph of 'Barringtonia racemosa'
||Letter from Hugh Sacker of Co. Wicklow, Eire, about comments provided by his cousin William Gardener for 'Science and Civilisation in China, Volume 6, Part 1', and resultant correspondence
||Joseph Needham's original file title
Papers of Joseph Needham as a historian of Chinese science, technology and medicine
||Correspondence with William N. Carvell of the Department of Botany, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, U.S.A., about his desire to work in the field of the history of Chinese botany
||Carvell, William N.; Needham, Joseph.
||9 July 1982–10 Aug. 1982
|Extent and Medium
||3 sheets; Paper
|Content and context|
The documents comprise 2 letters from Carvell; copy of 1 letter from Joseph Needham.
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