The CBHL Newsletter keeps members advised of significant events, exhibitions,  new publications, notes from the annual meeting, and activities of fellow council members.

Regular features include member news, book reviews, columns on web resources and on preservation and conservation, and other news items and announcements.

Please note: the CBHL Newsletter is now only available online in a PDF format. The printed version is no longer published, starting with No. 154, September 2019.

ISSN 1543-2653 (print version, to June 2019); ISSN 1545-5734 (electronic version)

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  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp. by Beth Brand
    • San Francisco Botanical Garden Update, by Brandy Kuhl
  • Librarian Position at Los Angeles County Arboretum, by Richard Schulhof
  • Librarian Position at Los Angeles County Arboretum, by Richard Schulhof
  • CBHL Members’ East News, ed. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Update by Janet Evans.
  • Calendar of Events, ed. by Rita Hassert
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Gillian Hayward
    • Women and Gardens: Obstacles and Opportunities for Women Gardeners Throughout Historyby Judith Mundlak Taylor and the late Susan Groag, reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin
    • Unearthing the Secret Garden: The Plants and Places that Inspired Frances
      Hodgson Burnett
      by Marta McDowell, reviewed by Gillian Hayward
  • CBHL Conference Collaboration Grant Program
  • CBHL Newsletter, Issue 164, March 2022 Newsletter Team

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  • CBHL Members’ East News, ed. by Shelly Kilroy
    • PHS McLean Library Receives NEH SHARP Grant to Digitize Garden Images by Janet Evans
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp. by Beth Brand
    • New Titles from BRIT Press by Barney Lipscomb
    • Elisabeth C. Miller Library Reopens by Jessica Moskowitz
  • For Paper’s Sake! by Kathy Crosby
  • Calendar of Events compiled by Rita Hassert
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Gillian Hayward
    • Forest Bathing by Quing Li reviewed by Dr. Clara R. Williams
    • A Florilegium: Sheffield’s Hidden Garden by Valerie Oxley reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin
    • Tsunami Plants by Mitsuko Kurashina reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin

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  • Where Are We Now? Updates from CBHL Members Adjusting to a “New Normal” in the Face of COVID, comp. by Robin Everly and Susan Eubank
    • Brooklyn Botanic Garden by Kathy Crosby
    • Lessons Pondered While Presenting a Zoom Webinar by Brian Thompson
    • Elisabeth C. Miller Library by Rebecca Alexander
    • Miller Library Virtual Story Time Program by Laura Blumhagen
    • Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden by Susan Eubank
    • The COVID Diaries by Robin Everly
  • Report on the 2021 RBMS Conference, by Kathryn Downing
  • Book Reviews, ed. by Gillian Hayward
    • Fungipedia by Lawrence Millman reviewed by Janet Evans
    • The Flowering of Ecology by Kay Etheridge reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin
  • Calendar of Events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Wood Libraries: Knowing with Wood and Word, by Bonnie Mak
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Virtual Symposium on Language of Flowers, by Leora Siegel
    • New Horticulture Librarian at Schumacher Library, by Amy O’Shea
    • Sustainable Gardening Library Adds Libraries & Herbaria Category, by Lois J. deVries
    • News from the Mertz Library at NYBG, by Stephen Sinon
    • Virtual Exhibits and Digitization Projects, by Janet Evans
  • Jane Potter Gates Obituary
  • It’s a Wrap: 53rd Annual Meeting, by Robin Everly
  • Minutes of the 53rd Annual CBHL Meeting

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  • From the President, by Mark Stewart
  • Preservation: Understanding Bookbindings, part 2, by Kathy Crosby and Charlotte Tancin
  • CBHL Members’ West News, compiled by Beth Brand
    • New Flora from BRIT Press, by Barney Lipscomb
  • CBHL Members’ East News, compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Digitization Project, by Janet Evans
  • Book Reviews, edited by Gillian Hayward
    • Creative Garden Photography by Harold Davis, reviewed by Maureen McCadden

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  • 53rd Annual Meeting: Meeting Planning in Difficult Times, Robin Everly.
  • From the President, Brandy Kuhl
  • Transcribing Scientific Notebooks and Garden Talks, Amanda Lettner
  • CBHL Members’ West News edited by Beth Brand
    • Good Things Still Happen, Irene Holiman
  • CBHL Members’ East News edited by Shelly Kilroy.
    • New Space for the Peter M. Wege Library by Shelly Kilroy
  • Book Reviews edited by Gillian Hayward
    • Plants Go To War by Judith Sumner, reviewed by Charlotte Tancin
    • Floret Farm’s Discovering Dahlias by Erin Benzakein, reviewed by Gillian Hayward
  • Sweet Peas in Worcestershire: Horticulturalist Hilda Hemus, Judith M. Taylor

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  • CBHL Annual Literature Awards
    • Field Guide to the Grasses of Oregon and Washington by Cindy Talbott Roché, Richard Brainerd, Barbara Wilson, Nick Otting and Robert Korfhage
    • Rankafu: Orchid Print Album by Stephen Kirby, Toshikazu Doi and Toru Otsuka
    • Gardening with Native Plants of the Pacific Northwest, 3rd. ed. by Arthur Kruckeberg and Linda Chalker-Scott
    • The Sakura Obsession: The Incredible Story of the Plant Hunter Who Saved Japan’s Cherry Blossoms by Naoko Abe
    • What Linnaeus Saw: A Scientist’s Quest to Name Every Living Thing by Karen Magnuson Beil
    • The Night Flower:The Blooming of the Saguaro Cactus by Lara Hawthorne
  • From the President, Brandy Kuhl
  • CBHL Members’ West News
    • Drosera of the New Jersey Pinelands, U.S.A. by Alvin Liu and Daniel DiPietro
    • Guide to the Vascular Flora of Buxton Woods, Dare County, North Carolina, U.S.A. by Amanda L. Faucette, Alexander Krings, and David L. Lindbo
  • CBHL Members’ East News
    • Glass Flowers: Marvels of Art and Science at Harvard by Jennifer Brown, Scott E. Fulton, and Donald H. Pfister, and Photographer Natalja Kent
    • Judith A. Warnement Retirement Announcement
    • Pennsylvania Horticulture Society McLean Library Update, Janet Evans
    • When Collections Come to Life, Kristine Paulus
  • Preservation: Understanding Bookbindings, Kathy Crosby and Charlotte Tancin
  • Miss Willmott’s Ghost, Judith M. Taylor
  • Book Reviews
    • Herbarium: The Quest to Preserve and Classify the World’s Plants by Barbara M. Thiers

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  • Unprecedented: Collecting for COVID-19, by Kathryn Downing
  • From the President, by Brandy Kuhl
  • Calendar of Events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • The New Normal: Our Animal Companions, by Robin Everly
  • Arboretum Library Libguides, by Susan C. Eubank
  • What was Next for the CBHL annual meeting? A virtual meeting, by Robin Everly
  • CBHL 52nd Annual Business Meeting Minutes, by Esther Jackson
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Pennsylvania Horticulture Society, McLean Library Update, by Janet Evans
    • Arnold Arboretum Launches, New Mobile Tour App, contrib. by Lisa Pearson and Amy Heuer
    • The Atlanta Botanical Garden Library Continues to Bloom On, by Dr. Clara R. Williams
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp. by Beth Brand
    • New Name / New World, by Irene Holiman
    • Moving the Helen Fowler Library: A Summary. by Allaina Wallace
    • Digitizing the Anderson Slide Collection, by Beth Brand
    • Book Sharing Program for Young Readers, by Laura Blumhagen
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Gillian Hayward
    • Uprooted: A Gardener Reflects on Beginning Again, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • What Linnaeus Saw: A Scientist’s Quest To Name Every Living Thing, reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin
    • Iwígara: American Indian Ethnobotanical Traditions and Science, reviewed by Gillian Hayward
    • Botanical Art Techniques: A Comprehensive Guide to Watercolor, Graphite,Colored Pencil, Vellum, Pen and Ink, Egg Tempera, Oils, Printmaking, and More, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
  • Schools of Gardening for Ladies, by Judith M. Taylor

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  • From the President, by Anita Kay
  • Coping with COVID Zoom Roundtable, by Gillian Hayward
  • Calendar of Events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Cherokee Garden Library Programs, by Staci Catron
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • eBooks to the Rescue!, by Gillian Hayward
    • Mertz Library Staff Remains Active During Shutdown, by Stephen Sinon, Esther Jackson and Susan Fraser
  • Michalena’s Gates?
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Gillian Hayward
    • Chasing Eden: Design Inspiration from the Gardens at Hortulus Farm / Paradise on the Hudson: The Creation, Loss, and Revival of a Great American Garden, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • André Michaux in North America: Journals & Letters, 1785-1797, reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin

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  • CBHL 52nd Annual Meeting Preview, by Robin Everly
  • From the President, by Anita Kay
  • Harvard Botany Libraries, by Danielle Castronovo
  • Adventures with the BHL API, by Tracy Mehlin
  • Membership Directory Update: Have you used the Online Membership Directory?, by Stacy Brody
  • Calendar of Events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • NatureServe: A New Non-Profit Member Institution, by Mary Faith Pankin, Amanda Treher Eberly, and Anne Frances
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Gillian Hayward
    • The Planter of Modern Life: Louis Bromfield and the Seeds of a Food Revolution
  • Member Spotlight: Mary Faith Pankin, Volunteer Librarian, NatureServe

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  • Folios: Why They’re So Big And How to Work with Them in Our Libraries, by Kathy Crosby and Charlotte A. Tancin
  • From the President, by Anita Kay
  • John Torrey Papers: Increasing Accessibility with Full Text Transcriptions in Biodiversity Heritage Library, by Richard Jones
  • Calendar of Events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp. by Beth Brand
    • Out and About in Denver!, by Allaina Wallace
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Jennifer Jewell The Earth in Her Hands: 75 Extraordinary Women Working in the World of Plants, by Staci L. Catron
    • Bartram’s Garden: In Words and Wood, by Leora Siegel
  • CBHL Membership Committee: New Roles and Upcoming Membership Drive, by Stacy Brody
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Gillian Hayward
    • Engage, Connect, Protect: Empowering Diverse Youth as Environmental Leaders
    • Dan Dourson and Judy Dourson. Wild Yet Tasty: A Guide to Edible Plants of Eastern Kentucky, reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin
    • Dan Dourson and Judy Dourson. Wildflowers and Ferns of Red River Gorge and the Greater Red River Basin, reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin
  • Member Spotlight: Hend Elsantaricy, Librarian & Archivist, Mt. Cuba Center

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  • Report of the 51st Annual Meeting
  • From the President, by Anita Kay
  • 51st Annual Meeting: Tours
    • Tour of the Desert Botanical Garden, by Rita Hassert
    • Boyce Thompson Arboretum Tour, by Brandy Kuhl
    • Tours of the Schilling Library and Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium, by Robin Everly
    • Taliesin West Tour, by Esther Jackson
    • Greenhouses and Plant Genetics Lab, by Donna Herendeen
  • 51st Annual Meeting: Guest Speaker Mary Ellen Bates -Talking about Value: How to Own the ROI Conversation, by Amy Kasameyer
  • 51st Annual Meeting: Member Presentations
    • What do Smithsonian Scientists Want from Their Libraries?, by Barbara Ferry
    • Smithsonian Libraries Adopt-a-Book program: a way to learn, preserve, and raise funds for your library collection, by Robin Everly
    • Grounding the Botanic Library at Tower Hill, by Alena McNamara
    • Imag(in)ing Andersen Horticultural Library’s Special Collections, by Kathy Allen
    • Using EOS.Web Reference Tracker to Help Demonstrate Our Value and Impact, by Gillian Hayward
    • Creativity Walkshops: Outreach through Nature to Reach New Audiences, by Kristen Mastel
    • Tracing Honeycrisp’s Roots: Rediscovering Fruit Breeding Data through Organization and Preservation, by Kathy Allen & Kristen Mastel
    • Women Botanical Artists in 19th-Century England, by Charlotte Tancin
  • 51st Annual Meeting: Table Talks, by Charlotte Tancin
  • Preservation:Using Provenance Information in Preservation, Cataloging, and Library Promotion, by Charlotte Tancin
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp. by Beth Brand
    • Library Move Update from Denver Botanic Gardens, by Allaina Wallace
    • Two New Publications from BRIT Press, by Barney Lipscomb
  • CBHL Membership Committee: New Roles and Upcoming Membership Drive, by Stacy Brody
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Gillian Hayward
    • Moss: From Forest to Garden: A Guide to the Hidden World of Moss
    • A Five Year Plan for Geraniums: Growing Flowers Commercially in East Germany 1946-1989, reviewed by Charlotte Tancin
  • Member Spotlight: Gillian Hayward, Library Public Services and Research Assistant, Library & Archives, Longwood Gardens

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  • CBHL 51st Annual Business Meeting Hosted by the Desert Botanical Garden
  • From the President, by Anita Kay
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • University of Georgia Tifton Campus Centennial Celebration, by Duncan McClusky
    • Seeds of Change at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, by Dory Klein
    • Addison Announces Completion of Transylvania Florilegium, by Stephen Sinon
  • Conservation and Preservation: A Symposium on Exposure: the Exhibition of Paper-Based Materials, by Kathy Crosby
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • The Sakura Obsession: The Incredible Story of the Plant Hunter Who Saved Japan’s Cherry Blossoms, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • The Architecture of Trees, reviewed by Charlotte A. Tancin
  • On the Web: Black Apples, an Historical Blog, and the Oldest Botanical Fossils, by Stanley Johnston
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert

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  • Conservation and Preservation: Modern Slides of the Non-glass and Mostly Color Kind, by Kathy Crosby and Charlotte A. Tancin
  • From the President: Musings on Orchids, Planning, the Future of CBHL, by David J. Sleasman
  • Adapt and Flourish in a Changing Climate: 51ST Annual Meeting, May 14-17, 2019
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • Seeing Trees: A History of Street Trees in New York City and Berlin, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • Atlas of Poetic Botany, reviewed by Maura Flannery
  • On the Web: On the Web: Desert Gardens, by Stanley Johnston

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  • CBHL: Let’s Start at the Beginning, by John F. Reed
  • From the President, by David J. Sleasman
  • CBHL 51st Annual Meeting Preview, by Beth Brand
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp, by Beth Brand
    • Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Events & Library News, by Irene Holiman
    • BRIT Press publishes Flowering Plants of Trans-Pecos Texas and Adjacent Areas by A. Michael Powell and Richard D. Worthington, by Barney Lipscomb
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Lenhardt Library is Honored to be the Recipient of Two Grants to Support Our Collections, by Leora Siegel
    • Hamilton’s Seedy History, by Erin Aults (with Kat Lucas)
    • Lynn Jacobson Retires from Olbrich Botanical Gardens, by Lynn Jacobson
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • C.G. Pringle: Botanist, Traveler, and the “Flora of the Pacific Slope” (1881-1884), reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • Gardenlust: A Botanical Tour of the World’s Best New Gardens, reviewed by Esther Jackson
  • On the Web: Wine and Viticulture Sites, ORCID, and Tree-Eating Machines, by Stanley Johnston

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  • Report of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries, June 19-22, 2018 hosted by New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York, and Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, New York
    • Preserving and Providing Access to the Silva Center Library and Archives presented by Amy Kasameyer
    • Brooklyn Botanic Gardens: A Look Inside the Library and Rare Book Room, reported and photographed by Beth Brand
    • New York Ecoflora Plant Walk in Central Park with Daniel Atha, reported and photographed by Amy Kasameyer
    • Gardens of the Hudson River Valley, reported and photographed by Susan C. Eubank
  • From the President, by David J. Sleasman
  • Conservation and Preservation, by Kathy Crosby and Charlotte A. Tancin
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Serendipity in the Stacks, by Janet Evans
    • Color wheels, color charts, color fans, and colors that are for the birds!, by Stacy Stoldt
    • Thank you Suzi Teghtmeyer for helping and then we got this Twitter thread on the role of librarians and libraries!, by Kathy Crosby
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic / Saving Central Park: A History and A Memoir / A Tapestry Garden: The Art of Weaving Plants and Place, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • Chinese Medicinal Plants, Herbal Drugs and Substitutes: An Identification Guide, reviewed by Brian Hockaday
  • On the Web: Purple Plants, Horti-Tourism, and Memorializing the Deceased as Plants, by Stanley Johnston

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  • Seed to Seedling… The Precursors of the “First” CBHL Meeting (November 13, 1969), by Judy and John Reed
  • From the President, by Donna Herendeen
  • Conservation and Preservation, by Kathy Crosby and Charlotte A. Tancin
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • New Exhibition at the Lloyd Library & Museum Explores Gardens from the 1600s to the Present, by Betsy Kruthoffer
    • Royal Botanical Gardens’ Exhibit on the History of Ontario Horticultural Societies, by Erin Aults
    • Obituary: Geraldine Kaye, by Judith A. Warnement
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
    • Report on the 2018 BHL Annual Meeting in Los Angeles
    • Collection Highlight – Bateman’s Orchidaceae: Exploring One of the Rarest – and Largest – Orchid Books
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • Grave Landscapes: The Nineteenth-Century Rural Cemetery Movement / The Plant Messiah: Adventures in Search of the World’s Rarest Species, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • The Book of Seeds: A Life-size Guide to Six Hundred Species from Around the World, reviewed by Esther Jackson
  • On the Web: David Hosack, the High Line and the Welikia Project and other Highlights of this Year’s Annual Meeting along with the Botany of Some Science Fiction Series, by Stanley Johnston

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  • The CBHL’s 50th Annual Meeting, June 19-22, 2018 – Botanical and Horticultural Libraries in the Modern Era:Training and Vision for the Future, by Stephen Sinon
  • From the President, by Donna Herendeen
  • Conservation and Preservation, by Kathy Crosby and Charlotte A. Tancin
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp, by Beth Brand
    • Jaime Groetsema, by Allaina Wallace
    • New events added to the Arboretum Library calendar and a social media experiment, by Susan C. Eubank
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Cherokee Garden Library Lecture, Book Launch Erica Danylchak, Grave Landscapes: The Nineteenth-Century Rural Cemetery Movement, by Staci Catron
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
    • Report on the 2018 BHL Annual Meeting in Los AngelesSeeds in the Stacks with the USDA National Agricultural Library
    • Project Updates from the BHL NDSR Residents
    • Collection Highlight – Exploring the First American Silva
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • Visual Voyages: Images of Latin American Nature from Columbus to Darwin, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • An Abundance of Flowers: More Great Flower Breeders of the Past / Landscape of Dreams: The Gardens of Isabel & Julian Bannerman, reviewed by Esther Jackson
  • On the Web: Popular Plant Topics and Seed Catalog Collections, by Stanley Johnston

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  • CBHL Annual Literature Award: Why’s, How-to’s and the 2017 Winners, by Brian Thompson
  • From the President, by Donna Herendeen
  • Index Creation to Bee-Friendly Plant Articles: Including Content for Findability, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp, by Beth Brand
    • A Systematic Vademecum to the Vascular Plants of Sint Eustatius, by Barney Lipscomb
    • Celebrating the Library’s 45th Anniversary / Kristin Jakob: Botanical Illustration Retrospective, Brandy Kuhl
    • Collections Assessment for Preservation at RSABG / Beatrice (Bea) Beck (1934-2017), by Irene Holiman
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • EBHL in Geneva – 2017 / Linnaeus Link Partners meeting, by Susan Fraser
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
    • Collection Highlight
      Flore d’Amérique: Illustrating America’s Tropical Flora
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • Garden Insects of North America: The Ultimate Guide to Backyard Bugs / Joseph Banks’ Florilegium: Botanical Treasures from Cook’s First Voyage / The Trees of North America: Michaux and Redouté’s American Masterpiece, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • Thomas Walter and His Plants: The Life and Works of a Pioneer American Botanist / Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction / Designing with Succulents , reviewed by Esther Jackson
  • On the Web: Gardening for Cats, Mulch, and Some Memories of New York CBHL Meetings, by Stanley Johnston
  • CBHL 49th Annual Business Meeting

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  • CBHL 49th Annual Meeting – The ABCs of CBHL: June 6-10, 2017, Conference Report
    • Contributing to a National Digital Infrastructure Pre conference Workshop, reported By Mariah Lewis
    • Introduction to the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum – Peter C. Moe, Arboretum Director, reported by Charlotte Tancin
    • Education and Extension at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum – Tim Kenny, Director, Education Department, reported by Charlotte Tancin
    • Honeycrisp and Beyond: Apple Breeding at the U of M. David Bedford, Senior Research Fellow, Horticultural Research Center, reported by Stanley Johnston
    • Plant Information Online: Its History, by Richard T. Isaacson
    • Story Time in the Garden: Picture Books that Celebrate Diversity through the Seasons, by Janis Shearer
    • Murder in the Library, by Stephon Sinon
    • Visit to the Andersen Horticultural Library, reported by Laurie Hannah
    • Garden Tour with Guide, reported by Liz Fite
    • Tram Ride Around the Three Mile Drive and the Bee and Pollen Discovery Center, reported by Stephon Sinon
    • Wangensteen Historical Library of Biology & Medicine, reported by Charlotte Tancin
    • Wangensteen Library – Stacks and Behind the Scenes, reported by Esther Jackson
    • Plants and People Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon, by Elizabeth Fite and Esther Jackson
    • Bookplates — Worth a Second Look : Bookplates in the McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, by Janet Evans
    • Weisman Art Museum, reported by Mariah Lewis
    • Tour of the Minnesota Library Access Center and University Archives Caverns, reported by Beth Brand
    • ACORN: a Source for Exploration and Discovery, by Rita M. Hassert
    • Finding Lost Gardens, by Kathy Bell
    • Stewardship Collection Panel, reported by Kathy Crosby
    • Minneapolis Institute of Art, reported by Beth Brand
    • Speaker and tour: Mira Nakashima, reported by Rita M. Hassert
    • Arboretum Behind-the-Scenes Bus Tour, reported by Tracy Mehlin
    • Banquet Speaker, Dr. David Zlesak on Plant Introduction, reported by Susan C. Eubank
    • Tour #1: Food And Nature, reported by Donna Herendeen
    • Tour #2: Art and Books, reported by Susan C. Eubank
  • From the President, by Donna Herendeen
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp, by Beth Brand
    • [Helen Fowler Library], by Allaina Wallace
    • “I want that to be MY room!” Elisabeth C. Miller Library Supports UW Botanic Gardens Summer Programs with Curated Book Selections, by Laura Blumhagen
    • Three New Publications from BRIT Press, by Barney Lipscomb
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • The Arnold Arboretum and China: Collecting and Collaboration, by Lisa E. Pearson
    • Cherokee Garden Library at the Atlanta History Center Presents Internationally Renowned Landscape Architect Thomas Woltz Who Will Discuss Sustainable Design in the 21st Century, by Staci Catron
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
    • Program Updates – New Scanner for Digitizing Australia’s Biodiversity Heritage
    • Citizen Science Expands Knowledge about Women in Science
    • Expanding Library Impact through Open Access Digitization
    • Collection Highlight – Australia’s First Flora
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • Japanese Gardens and Landscapes, 1650-1950, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • Sowing Beauty: Designing Flowering Meadows from Seed, reviewed by Esther Jackson
  • On the Web: Apples, Nakashima Furniture, and a Tree City
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert

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  • eBooks in our Libraries – the First 5 Years, by Janet Evans
  • From the President, by Amy Kasameyer
  • CBHL 49th Annual Meeting – The ABCs of CBHL: June 6-10, 2017, Featuring the Art, Books & Collection of AHL, by Kathy Allen
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp, by Beth Brand
    • Exhibits & Grant Awards at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, by Irene Holiman
    • Sam Mitchel’s 100th Birthday Year and the 50th Anniversary of the Sam Mitchel Herbarium of Fungi, by Kai H. Eldredge and Vera Stucky Evenson
    • Coloring comes to Auraria Library, by Gayle Bradbeer
    • Guide to the Vascular Flora of Kitty Hawk Woods, Dare County, North Carolina, U.S.A., by Barney Lipscomb
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Lloyd Library Hires New Director / Off the Page Opens March 24, 2017 at the Lloyd Library and Museum, by Betsy Kruthoffer
    • Orchidpalooza: Illustrated OrchidVarieties February 10 – March 26, 2017,by Stacy Stoldt
    • Redouté to Warhol: Bunny Mellon’s Botanical Art / Lenge Hong, by Susan M. Fraser
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
    • Report on the 2017 BHL Annual Meeting in Singapore!
    • Celebrating Joseph Dalton Hooker with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • Gardens of the High Line: Elevating the Nature of Modern Landscapes, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
    • The Book of Orchids: A Life-Size Guide to Six Hundred Species from Around the World, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
  • On the Web: Some Biographical Resources on Women Who Have Contributed to American Gardening, the United States Drought Monitor, and the Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group, by Stanley Johnston

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  • CBHL 49th Annual Meeting Preview – Welcome to the Twin Cities and the Andersen Horticultural Library – The ABCs of CBHL: June 6-10, 2017, Featuring the Art, Books & Collections of AHL, by Kathy Allen
  • From the President, by Amy Kasameyer
  • CBHL Annual Meeting detour: Paisley Park, by Amy Kasameyer
  • CBHL Members’ West News, comp, by Beth Brand
    • Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, by Brandy Kuhl
    • Joan DeFato, by Susan C. Eubank
  • CBHL Members’ East News, comp. by Shelly Kilroy
    • Botany Libraries, Harvard University Herbaria, by Judith A. Warnement
  • Calendar of upcoming events, comp. by Rita Hassert
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library Updates and Collection Highlights, by Grace Costantino
    • Program Highlights
    • DLF Community/Capacity Award
    • Collection Highlights: Poetic Botany
    • The Botanical Art of Redouté
  • Book Reviews, comp. by Patricia Jonas
    • The Cleghorn Collection: South Indian Botanical Drawings 1845 to 1860, reviewed by Charlotte Tancin
    • Botanical Art from the Golden Age of Scientific Discovery, reviewed by Patricia Jonas
  • On the Web: Nispero, the Tree Art of Albert Oehlen, and John Withee and Beans, by Stanley Johnston

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  • Plant Information Services in Context: The New York Botanical Garden Plant Information Survey, by Esther Jackson
  • From the President, by Amy Kasameyer
  • CBHL Members’ West News compiled by Beth Brand
    • Children and Nature: A Growing Booklist, from Laura Blumhagen, Elisabeth C. Miller Library, University of Washington Botanic Gardens
    • The Park: A Love Story, Golden Gate Park Landscapes and Flora, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden
    • Attending the Western Museums Association Meeting, from Beth Brand, Schilling Library of Horticulture, Desert Botanical Garden
  • CBHL Members’ East News compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Library Exhibits, from Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, by Rita Hassert
  • Biodiversity Heritage Library News and Collection Highlights, by Grace Constantino
    • Introduction
    • Collection Highlights: Historia naturalis palmarum: opus tripartitum and Études de fleurs et de fruits: peints d’après nature
    • Program Highlights: Collections Growth, New Members and Affiliates, Using Collections to Support Food Security
  • One the Web: Physalis and Capability Brown’s 300th Birthday, by Stanley Johnston
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • The Natural History of Edward Lear by Robert McCracken Peck
    • The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden by Johanna Silver
    • Plant: Exploring the Botanical World by Phaidon Editors, Phaidon Press

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  • Annual Meeting Proceedings 2016: Cleveland Botanical Garden and Holden Arboretum, Cleveland, Ohio
    • Basic Book Repair Workshop, Reported by Amy Kasameyer, University and Jepson Herbaria, University of California, Berkeley
    • Cleveland Botanical Garden Tour, Reported by Amy Kasameyer, University and Jepson Herbaria, University of California, Berkeley
    • Thoughts on Rock and Roll and Science, Reported by Susan C. Eubank, Arboretum Library, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden
    • Cleveland Art Museum, Reported by Amy Kasameyer, University and Jepson Herbaria, University of California, Berkeley
    • The Dittrick Museum of Medical History Tour, Reported by Esther Jackson, New York Botanical Garden
    • Natural History Museum Library, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Reported by Mark Stewart, Toronto Botanical Garden
    • With Heart and Soul: How the Art of Japanese Gardens is Learned, Presented by David Slawson, Reported by Beth Brand, Schilling Library, Desert Botanical Garden
    • The Holden Arboretum Tours, Reported by Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • Keynote: Books, Botany and Horticulture: A Beautiful Combination, Keynote Address by Debra Knapke, Reported by Susan C. Eubank, Arboretum Library, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden
  • From the President, by Amy Kasameyer
  • 48th Annual CBHL Business Meeting
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Cherokee Garden Library at the Atlanta History Center presents Douglas W. Tallamy, from Staci Catron, Cherokee Garden Library
    • BHL Receives Digital Library Federation 2016 Community/Capacity Award, from Grace Constantino, Biodiversity Heritage Library
    • Mertz mobile library, from Samantha D’Acunto, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon, from Samantha D’Acunto and Esther Jackson, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Carter Smith receives International Award of Excellence in Conservation, from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • Lab Girl by Hope Jahren
    • A Botanist’s Vocabulary: 1300 Terms Explained and Illustrated by Susan K. Pell and Bobbi Angell
    • Seeds: A Natural History by Carolyn Fry
    • The Manual of Interior Plantscaping: A Guide to Design, Installation, and Maintenance by Kathy Fediw
    • The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Midwest by Michael VanderBrug
    • The Field Guide to Peppers by Dave DeWitt & Janie Lamson
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • On the Web: Farewell to Cleveland, The Glass Flowers of Harvard Revisited, Kinetic Garden Sculptures, and more, by Stanley Johnston

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  • Welcome to Cleveland, Ohio : Cleveland Botanical Garden/The Holden Arboretum hosts 48th CBHL Annual Meeting, May 24-28, 2016, by Gary Esmonde
  • From the President, by Kathy A. Crosby
  • Cleveland Eats : a preview of dining options for the Annual Meeting, by Amy Kasameyer
  • 20/20 Vision, by Tony Kanellos
  • Connecting Libraries with Wikipedia, by Laura Soito
  • CBHL New Member Profile : Nicki Kirchoff
  • CBHL Members’ East News compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • From Esther Jackson and Samantha D’Acunto, New York Botanical Garden
    • From Joyce Connolly, Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Gardens
    • From Tim Boland, Polly Hill Arboretum
  • CBHL Members’ West News compiled by Beth Brand
    • From Irene Holiman, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
    • From Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
  • Notice from the CBHL Board concerning proposed changes to the CBHL Bylaws
  • CBHL Strategic Plan
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • All the Presidents’ Gardens: Madison’s Cabbages to Kennedy’s Roses—How the White House Grounds Have Grown with America by Marta McDowell
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita Hassert
  • CBHL Conference Collaboration Grant Program
  • On the Web: Cleveland Addenda and Miscellaneous Sites, by Stanley Johnston

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  • 2016 CBHL Annual Meeting Preview, by Kathy A. Crosby
  • From the President, by Kathy A. Crosby
  • Errata (Newsletter no. 138, Seed Savers Exchange)
  • CBHL Members’ East News compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • From Jason Przybylski, JSTOR
    • From Stephen Sinon, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • From Larissa Glasser, Arnold Arboretum Horticultural Library
    • From Esther Jackson, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • From Staci Catron, Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta History Center
    • From Shelly Kilroy, Peter M. Wege Library, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
    • From Lynn Jacobson, Schumacher Library, Olbrich Botanical Gardens
  • CBHL Conference Collaboration Grant Program
  • CBHL Members’ West News compiled by Beth Brand
    • From Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    • From Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, Rita M. Hassert
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World by Andrea Wulf
    • The Cabaret of Plants: Forty Thousand Years of Plant Life and the Human Imagination by Richard Mabey
    • The High Line: Foreseen, Unforeseen by James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro
  • On the Web: Cleveland, by Stanley Johnston

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  • Rare Book School : is it something for you? by Stephen Sinon
  • From the President, by Kathy A. Crosby
  • CBHL Members’ East News compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Fall Updates at Holden Arboretum and Cleveland Botanical Garden, from Gary Esmonde, Cleveland Botanical Garden
    • Massachusetts Horticultural Society shares its collection of Botanical Prints through the Digital Commonwealth, from Maureen Horn, Massachusetts Horticultural Society
    • Creating a Sensory Garden: Nurturing Plants and People, from Rosemarie Papayanopulos, Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park
    • Bauer Brothers exhibit at the Natural History Museum, London, from Andrea Hart, Natural History Museum
  • CBHL Members’ West News compiled by Beth Brand
    • From Brian R. Thompson, Elisabeth C. Miller Library, University of Washington Botanic Gardens
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • A Natural History of English Gardening 1650–1800 by Mark Laird
    • Planting in a Post-Wild World: Designing Plant Communities for Resilient Landscapes by Thomas Rainer and Claudia West
    • Cultivating Chaos: How to Enrich Landscapes with Self-Seeding Plants by Jonas Reif, Christian Kress, and photographs by Jürgen Becker
    • Fruits of Eden: David Fairchild and America’s Plant Hunters by Amanda Harris
  • CBHL Conference Collaboration Grant Program
  • On the Web: A Trillion Trees, by Stanley Johnston

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  • Annual Meeting Proceedings 2015
    • Hosted by Seed Savers Exchange, Decorah, Iowa, by Bill Musser, Librarian, Seed Savers Exchange
    • Creating a Seed Library for Your Institution. Presented by Grant Olson, SSE Public Programs Manager. Reported by Suzi Teghtmeyer, Michigan State University Libraries.
    • The American Kitchen Garden: Varietal Research Tools. Presented and reported by Sara Straate, SSE Seed Historian.
    • 40 Years of Taste, Tradition and Beauty at Seed Savers Exchange. Presented by Diane Ott Whealy. Reported by Laurie Hannah.
    • Historical Literature of the American Landscape. Presented by Keith Crotz. Reported by Stanley Johnston.
    • Getting Started with Records Management at a Public Garden. Presented and reported by Judy Stevenson, Longwood Gardens.
    • Horticulture Ebook Consortium, Update. Presented by David Sleasman, Longwood Gardens.
    • Fast Boats and Flowers: Citizen Activism in Action. Presented and reported by Janet Woody.
    • From Garden Fork to Dinner Fork: Taste, Tradition and Beauty. Presented by David Cavagnaro, Founder & Director of Pepperfield Farm. Reported by Susan C. Eubank, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden.
    • An Online Game to Correct Inaccurate Optical Character Recognition (OCR) in the Biodiversity Heritage Library: A Purposeful Gaming Update. Presented and reported by Marty Schlabach, Mann Library, Cornell University.
    • Tours of The Pepperfield Project and Canoe Creek Produce. Reported by Beth Brand, Schilling Library, Desert Botanical Garden.
    • E-Books Behind the Scenes at a University Library. Presented and reported by Gayle Bradbeer, Auraria Library.
    • Updates: Biodiversity Heritage Library, Institute of Museum & Library Services / National Leadership Grant. Presented by Susan Fraser, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, NY Botanical Garden.
    • Hands Across the Water, or, an Adventure in Berlin. Presented and reported by Rita Hassert, Sterling Morton Library, Morton Arboretum.
    • From Garlic to Gold : How Plant Adhesives Illuminate. Presented and reported by Kathy Crosby, Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
    • Sustainability, Community, and Edible Landscapes. Presented by Maren Anne Beard, Sustainable Foods Educator, Luther College Center for Sustainability. Reported by Gayle Bradbeer, Auraria Library.
    • Keynote: Taste, Tradition and Beauty: Exploring the History of Apples in North America. Presented by Dan Bussey. Reported by Susan C. Eubank, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden.
    • Tour of Luther College campus with librarian Andrea Beckendorf. Reported by Amy Kasameyer, University and Jepson Herbaria, UC Berkeley.
    • Intrepid travelers to the mighty Mississippi were well fed and watered. Reported by Gayle Bradbeer, Auraria Library.
  • From the President, by Kathy A. Crosby
  • 47th Annual CBHL Business Meeting Proceedings, compiled by Kathy Crosby
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • CBHL Advocacy: An A-Z List, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • Special Libraries Association (SLA) 2015 Report, by Larissa Glasser
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Cherokee Garden Library Celebrates 40 Years with Gardening Superstar Ken Druse, from Staci Catron, Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta History Center
    • ”Stories from the Garden” Book Group and Horticulture Walk of Fame Exhibit, from Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
    • University of Georgia Tifton Campus Centennial, from Duncan McCluskey, Librarian, University of Georgia Tifton Campus
    • Jenny Holzer curates program “Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life”, from Stephen Sinon, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
  • Welcome New CBHL Members: Toronto Botanical Garden (Mark Stewart); The Horticultural Society of New York (Sara Hobel); Judith B. Tankard, Landscape Historian
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • San Francisco Botanical Garden Celebrates 75th Anniversary, from Brandy Kuhl and Abbey Levantini, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybring Arboretum
    • BRIT Press Publishes Flora of Colorado and Flora of Oregon; from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    • New book by Dr. Tom Shay: Plants and People: An Enduring Relationship, from Dr. C. Thomas Shay, Manitoba, Canada
  • Social Media News: CBHL is back on TWITTER so follow us!, by Robin Everly
  • On the Web: Sculpted Trees, Peonies, Some Liquor Plants, and The Hunt Institute’s Register of Botanical Biography and Iconography, by Stanley Johnston

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  • Versatility of LibGuides : Interesting ways to promote and share library resources, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • From the President, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • CBHL Members’ East News compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Wildflowers for a Winter Season: Photography by the late Dr. James Reveal, from Marty Schlabach, Mann Library, Cornell University
    • Lenhardt Library Receives Illinois State Library Grant to Provide Web Access for Historical Documents, from Leora Siegel, Lenhardt Library, Chicago Botanic Garden
    • K is for Kiss-Me-Over-the-Garden-Gate, May 23 – August 30, 2015, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, from Kathy Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library
    • Frida Kahlo exhibits and programming, from Stephen Sinon, The LuEsther T. Mertz Library, The New York Botanical Garden
    • Dow Gardens and MSU Collaboration, from Suzi Teghtmeyer, Michigan State University Libraries
  • CBHL Members’ West News compiled by Beth Brand
    • Martha Ferguson Retiring, from Brian R. Thompson, Elisabeth C. Miller Library, University of Washington Botanic Gardens
    • Hard Work – But Great Payoff!, from Irene Holiman, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
    • Decent Exposure: Adventures in Outreach, from Beth Brand, Schilling Library, Desert Botanical Garden
    • The Seed Garden: The Art & Practice of Seed Saving, from Bill Musser, Seed Savers Exchange
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by M. Rita Hassert
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • Essential Perennials: The Complete Reference to 2700 Perennials for the Home Garden by Ruth Rogers Clausen and Thomas Christopher
    • Culinary Herbs and Spices of the World by Ben-Erik Van Wyk
    • The New American Herbal by Stephen Orr
    • The Gardener’s Garden by Madison Cox (introduction), Toby Musgrave, et al.
  • On the Web: Decorah, IA, Sites, Iowa Gardens and Arboreta, Forest Sculptures and Exploding Plants, by Stanley Johnston

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  • 2015 CBHL Annual Meeting Preview : Welcome to Decorah, Iowa and Seed Savers Exchange, by Bill Musser
  • From the President, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • Decorah, Iowa, by Kathy Crosby
  • Featured Collection: Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro, by Beth Wohlgemuth
  • Featured Collection: Australian National Botanic Gardens, by Catherine Jordan
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • PHS McLean Library Re-Opens After Renovations, from Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
    • Upcoming exhibit at the Lloyd: Abloom in the Desert: East meets West, from Anna Heran, Lloyd Library and Museum
    • Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden celebrates its 30th anniversary with Victorian “Wheel Club” exhibit, from Janet Woody, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
    • Longwood Gardens Library 2015 Update, from David J. Sleasman, Longwood Gardens
    • Weird, Wild & Wonderful: The Second New York Botanical Garden Triennial Exhibition, from Kathy Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
    • Marie Long Retires from The LuEsther T. Mertz Library, Stephen Sinon, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Plumbing accident above library shelves, from Elaine Zummer, Denver Botanic Gardens
    • New book “Plants and People: an Enduring Relationship”, from Tom Shay, East Yorkshire, England
    • Art Exhibit “Fotanicals: the Secret Language of Flowers”, an exhibition of photography by joSon, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • Art Shows at the Elisabeth C. Miller Library, from Martha Ferguson, Elisabeth C. Miller Library, UW Botanic Gardens
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • The Loudons and the Gardening Press: A Victorian Cultural Industry by Sarah Dewis. Reviewed by Charlotte Tancin
    • Flora Illustrata: Great Works from the LuEsther T. Mertz Library of The New York Botanical Garden edited by Susan M. Fraser and Vanessa Bezemer Sellers. Reviewed by Patricia Jonas
  • Leaving the Stacks: Casting the Weight Aside (Literally), by Susan Eubank
  • On the Web: Seed Art, A Hazelnut Shortage, and the Bellagio Conservatory, by Stanley Johnston

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  • Andersen Horticultural Library Internship, by Paul Tuskowski
  • From the President, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Flora Illustrata: Great Works from the LuEsther T. Mertz Library of The New York Botanical Garden published, from Susan Fraser, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • New orchid species named for Harvard Botany Libraries libarians, and The Botany Libraries receives grants to digitize hidden collections, from Judith A. Warnement, Harvard University Botany Libraries, Harvard University Herbaria
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Laurie Hannah leaving Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration, from Laurie Hannah
    • Leaflet and Leaflet for Scholars from the Miller Library, from Laura Blumhagen, Elisabeth C. Miller Library, University of Washington Botanic Gardens
    • Meet the Discovery Wall, from Gayle Bradbeer, Auraria Library
    • Exhibition Seeing is Believing: Seed Catalog Covers and the Search for the Perfect Vegetable, from Bill Musser, Seed Savers Exchange
    • Our First International Intern, Second Annual Summer Reading Club, and Art Exhibit: Cloud Forest Plants of Mesoamerica, from Brandy Kuhl and Abbey Levantini, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
  • Conference Collaboration Grant Report: 2014 Cullowhee Native Plant Conference, by Nadine Phillips, University of Southern Mississippi
  • Annual Meeting 2014 Post-Conference Tour: Colonial Williamsburg, by Brandy Kuhl
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • Leaving the Stacks: The List, by Susan Eubank
  • On the Web: Some Resources from the CBHL E-List and Seed Libraries by Stanley Johnston
  • Seed Lending Libraries: Teaching Moments in Botany and Horticulture, by Bill Musser

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  • Annual Meeting Proceedings 2014: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond, VA
    • Keynote: Collections of Interest, presented by Frank Robinson, CEO of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
    • BHL Updates, presented by Bianca Crowley, Biodiversity Heritage Library
    • AAG Collections Revealed, presented by Cindy Brown, Smithsonian’s Archives of American Gardens
    • Summer Nature Explorer: Reading and Activity Program, presented by Leora Siegel, Lenhardt Library, Chicago Botanic Garden
    • Cultivating Spirituality: Stinking to High Heaven, and Beyond, presented by Kathy Allen, Anderson Horticultural Library
    • Digitization for Access and Engagement at the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Gardens, presented by Kelly Crawford, Smithsonian Gardens
    • Purposeful Gaming, OCR Correction and Seed and Nursery Catalog Digitization, presented by Marty Schlabach, Mann Library, Cornell University
    • Community Read Programming @ Longwood Gardens Library, presented by David Sleasman, Longwood Gardens
    • Changing Librarians: Maintaining Viability in the 21st Century, presented by Kathy Bell, Tower Hill Botanic Garden
    • CBHL Has A New Website! unveiled by Celine Arseneault
    • Field visit: Maymont Estate, reported by Gayle Bradbeer, Auraria Library, University of Colorado
    • Field visit: Virginia House, reported by Rita M. Hassert, Sterling Morton Library, The Morton Arboretum
    • Banquet Speech: Bugles and Boxwood: Mount Vernon, presented by Dean Norton
    • Post-conference tour: Wilton House and Agecroft Hall
    • Post-conference tour: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
  • From the President, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • CBHL Annual Business Meeting Minutes, by Stacy Stoldt
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Report on the 2014 EBHL Meeting, Dubrovnik, Croatia, from Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
    • Smithsonian Libraries and Smithsonian Gardens collaborate on two exhibitions: “Once There Were Billions: Vanished Birds of North America” and “The Lost Bird Project”, from Robin Everly, Botany-Horticulture Library, Smithsonian Libraries
    • Mendeley for citations and networking, from Suzi Teghtmeyer, Michigan State University
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Robert Becker Memorial Library at Seed Savers Exchange receives personal library of plant breeder Daniel Nadel, from Bill Musser, Seed Savers Exchange
    • Anderson Horticultural Library’s 40th Anniversary Celebration and Exhibition “The Highgrove Florilegium: A Celebration of Contemporary Botanical Art”, from Kathy Allen, Anderson Horticultural Library, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
    • Exhibition “Summer of Love: friends, family, devotion” at Tempe Center for the Arts, from Beth Brand, Schilling Library, Desert Botanical Garden
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • The Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden by Rick Darke and Douglas W. Tallamy
    • The Olmsted Parks of Louisville: A Botanical Field Guide by Patricia Dalton Haragan
    • Flowers & Mushrooms edited by Toni Stooss
  • On the Web: A Brief Look at Some Topiary and Sculpture Gardens, by Stanley Johnston
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert

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  • 2014 Annual Meeting Host: Moonlight and Magnolias: a Celebration of Southern Gardens, by Janet Woody
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Exhibiting Skills: Exhibition Development for Informal Educators at The Huntington, from Nadine Phillips, University of Southern Mississippi
    • The New York Botanical Garden Announces Creation of New Humanities Research Institute, from Stephen Sinon, The LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • Hunt Institute presents Duets exhibition, from Charlotte Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
    • In Memoriam: Ian MacPhail (1923-2014), from Rita M. Hassert, Sterling Morton Library, The Morton Arboretum
  • From the President, by Tracy Mehlin
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • BRIT Press publishes a new book about Texas ferns: The Ferns and Lycophytes of Texas, from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    • Bequeathed Gift: Personal library of landscape architect Jeff Olson, from Irene Holiman, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
    • New Head Librarian, Allaina Wallace, joins staff, and other news, from Elaine Zummer, Helen Fowler Library, Denver Botanic Gardens
    • Art Exhibit: Etchings of Eden, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • In Memoriam: Richard E. “Rick” Hanna (1946–2014), from David H. Lorence, Ph.D., National Tropical Botanical Garden
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • Hemlock: A Forest Giant on the Edge edited by David R. Foster; written by Anthony D’Amato, Benjamin Baiser, Aaron M. Ellison, David Foster, David Orwig, Wyatt Oswald, Audrey Barker Plotkin, and Jonathan Thompson
    • André Le Nôtre in Perspective edited by Patricia Bouchenot-Déchin and Georges Farhat
    • Deep-Rooted Wisdom: Skills and Stories from Generations of Gardeners by Augustus Jenkins Farmer
    • Forthcoming: On the High Line: Exploring America’s Most Original Urban Park by Annik LaFarge
  • Shopping Therapy, by Susan C. Eubank, Arboretum Library, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
  • On the Web: Botanical Wall Charts, Early Virginia Gardens, and the Historical Blogs of Barbara Wells Sarudy, by Stanley Johnston
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert

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  • 2014 Annual Meeting Host: Moonlight and Magnolias: a Celebration of Southern Gardens, by Janet Woody
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • New Book on the History of the Philadelphia Flower Show from PHS, from Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
  • From the President, by Tracy Mehlin
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • January-April Art Exhibit: Trees Love Light, Photo Art from the San Francisco Botanical Garden, Golden Gate Park, and Beyond by Stephen Kane, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • “Impressions of Nature: Exploring Historical and Contemporary Nature Printing”, from Kathy Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
  • CBHL Mid-Year Board Meeting, by Stacy Stoldt
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • The New English Garden by Tim Richardson
    • Contemporary Designers’ Own Gardens by Barbara Baker
    • Imitation of Life: A visual catalogue of the nineteenth century fruit models at the Santos Museum of Economic Botany in the Adelaide Botanic Garden. A collection of papier mâché models made by Heinrich Arnoldi & Co. Gotha, Germany (1856-1899) by Tony Kanellos
    • Woody plants of Kentucky and Tennessee: The complete winter guide to their identification and use by Ronald L. Jones and B. Eugene Wofford
  • The Reference Interview? Whither thou goest? by Susan Eubank
  • On the Web: Orchids of North America, Legumes of the World, Botanical Accuracy, Ornamental Plants Checklists, Paper Plants, and Ergot, by Stanley Johnston
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert

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  • 2014 Annual Meeting Host : Moonlight and Magnolias, A Celebration of Southern Gardens, by Janet Woody
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Curtis Gates Lloyd Research Fellowship Application, from Maggie Heran, Lloyd Library and Museum
    • Hunt Institute hires a new archivist, from Charlotte Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
  • From the President: Telling our Stories, by Tracy Mehlin
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Cheadle Center receives IMLS grant to image 71,600 vascular plant specimens, from Laurie Hannah, Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration, UC-Santa Barbara
    • “Botanical Art of the Sonoran Desert: Past & Present” and Celebrating 75 Years, from Beth Brand, Schilling Library, Desert Botanical Garden
    • Summer Reading Club Success and Art Exhibit: Conifers & Cones: 20+ Years of Science and Art by G. Lee Boerger, from Brandy Kuhl and Lia Thomas, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • BRIT Press publishes Wildflowers & Grasses of Virginia’s Coastal Plain, from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
  • Fasciation or The Tenor of My Days, by Susan C. Eubank, Arboretum Library, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • Of Elephants & Roses: French Natural History, 1790-1830. Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, v. 267 edited by Sue Ann Prince
    • Four Seasons of Flowers: A Selection of Botanical Illustrations from the Rare Book Collection at Dumbarton Oaks by Linda Lott
  • On the Web: Gothic Gardening, Parasitic Plants, Some New Species 2013, and Fruit Shaped Buildings, by Stanley Johnston

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  • CBHL 2013 Proceedings
    • Introduction by host Suzi Teghtmeyer, Michigan State Univeristy Libraries
    • Welcome by Peter Berg, Michigan State Univeristy Libraries
    • The History of the W. J. Beal Botanical Garden, presented by Dr. Frank Telewski, Curator of the W. J. Beal Botanical Garden and Campus Arboretum, Michigan State University
    • Pre-Conference Workshops:
      • Lisa Robinson: Good Records for Less: Acquiring Quality MARC Records Without Breaking the Bank
      • Theresa Moore: Exhibiting Tips and Tricks
      • Christine Tobias: Interactive LibGuide Training
    • Luquer’s Lesson, prepared by Kathy Crosby, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, presented by Suzi Teghtmeyer
    • The Arnold Arboretum Horticultural Library website: Looking back, moving forward, presented by Larissa Glasser, Arnold Arboretum Horticultural Library of Harvard University
    • From Engler to Online: Creating an Online Searchable Reprint Collection, presented by Donna Herendeen, Lenhardt Library, Chicago Botanic Garden
    • Dow Gardens Tour, reported by Kathy Allen
    • Legends and Celebrity: The Banquet with Allan M. Armitage, PhD., reported by Susan C. Eubank, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, and by Larissa Glasser, Arnold Arboretum Horticultural Library of Harvard University
    • Cataloging the Archives of the University and Jepson Herbaria, presented by Amy Kasameyer, University and Jepson Herbaria at the University of California, Berkeley
    • The Meaning of Life, Green Version, presented by Kathy Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
    • Botanical Bibliographic Instruction for the 21st Century, presented by Robin Everly, Botany-Horticulture Library, Smithsonian Institution
    • Super Friends: eBook Cooperative of Garden and Horticulture Libraries, presented by Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society; Liz Fite, Mt. Cuba Center; and David Sleasman, Longwood Gardens
    • No Artist Left Behind: Collections, Collaboration and Community in the Sterling Morton Library, presented by Rita Hassert, Sterling Morton Library, Morton Arboretum
    • Native Azalea Heaven (Under the Longleafs), presented by Nadine Philips, University of Southern Mississippi
    • CBHL Annual Literature Award Book Raffle, reported by Charlotte Tancin
    • Tour: W.J. Beal Garden: Toxic Plants and Their Role in the Insect World, reported by Beth Brand, Schilling Library, Desert Botanical Garden
    • TGIF: Online Access to the Turfgrass Science Literature, presented by Pete Cookingham, Turfgrass Information Center Michigan State University Library
    • Tour: MSU Library Exhibit, Michigan State University Library, reported by Robin Everly
    • Tours: Library Exhibit, MSU Horticultural Gardens, and MSU Herbarium, reported by Laurie Hannah
    • Post-Conference Study Tour, reported by Rita Hassert
  • From the President, by Tracy Mehlin
  • CBHL Annual Business Meeting Minutes, by Stacy Stoldt
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Hunt Institute presents its 14th International Exhibition of Botanical Art & Illustration, from Charlotte Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
    • Flower Power or The Art of Nature’s Designs, and Wounded Home Exhibit Opening, from Anna Heran, Lloyd Library and Museum
    • ‘Harvard Papers in Botany’ in the JSTOR Ecology & Botany II Collection, and Jacqueline J. (JJ) Ford joins Harvard Botany Libraries, from Judith A. Warnement, Botany Libraries, Harvard University Herbarium
    • Cherokee Garden Lecture Series: An Evening with Mario Nievera, Forever Green: A Landscape Architect’s Innovative Gardens Offer Environments to Love and Delight, from Staci L. Catron, Cherokee Garden, Atlanta History Center
    • 2013 BHL Institutional Council Meeting, from Grace Costantino, Biodiversity Heritage Library
  • CBHL Welcomes New Members: Laura Soito, Matt Giroux, and Michaela Cruz
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • To Eat: A Country Life by Joe Eck and Wayne Winterrowd; illustrations by Bobbi Angell
    • The Drunken Botanist by Amy Stewart
    • Vegetable Literacy: Cooking and Gardening with Twelve Families from the Edible Plant Kingdom, with over 300 Deliciously Simple Recipes by Deborah Madison
    • The California Native Landscape: The Homeowner’s Design Guide to Restoring its Beauty and Balance by GregRubin and Lucy Warren
    • How to Eradicate Invasive Plants by Teri Dunn Chace
    • Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener: How to Create Unique Vegetables and Flowers by Joseph Tychonievich
  • Dehiscences, by Susan C. Eubank, Arboretum Library, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
  • On the Web: Theses Sources, Taxonomic Literature II, JSTOR Plants, and Some Unusual Gardens, by Stanley Johnston
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert

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  • CBHL Annual Meeting: A Preview, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • From the President: The Last Column, by Susan C. Eubank
  • Welcome New Members, by Judy Warnement
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Story Time in the Library, from Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
    • The North American Experience: Early America Illustrated with “Forms of Life” Art Exhibition by the 5300 Group, from Maggie Heran, Lloyd Library and Museum
    • New Eleanor Squire Library at Cleveland Botanical Garden, from Gary Esmonde, Eleanor Squire Library, Cleveland Botanical Garden
    • Mertz Library Meets the Challenge, and “The Renaissance Herbal” exhibit, from Susan Fraser, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • “Following in the Bartrams’ Footsteps”: Contemporary Botanical Artists Explore the Bartrams’ Legacy, from Carol Woodin, American Society of Botanical Artists, New York Botanical Garden
    • “Beauty in a Briefcase” exhibit at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, from Kathy Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • BRIT Press publishes new book about plants and human health, The Hunter-Gatherer Within: Health and the Natural Human Diet by Kerry Brock and George Diggs, from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    • Art Exhibit: “Diversity in the Botanical World”, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • A New Venture! from Irene Holiman, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
  • Book Reviews edited by Patricia Jonas
    • Picturing the Book of Nature: Image, Text, and Argument in Sixteenth-Century Human Anatomy and Medical Botany by Sachiko Kusukawa
    • Visible Empire: Botanical Expeditions and Visual Culture in the Hispanic Enlightenment by Daniela Bleichmar
    • Quiet Beauty: The Japanese Gardens of North America by Kendall H. Brown
    • Briefly mentioned:
      • The Golden Age of Flowers: Botanical Illustration in the Age of Discovery 1600-1800 by Celia Fisher
      • The Medieval Flower Book by Celia Fisher
  • On the Web: Women Botanists, Garden Designers, Michigan Gardens, and the Sexiest Plants in the World, by Stanley Johnston
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • CBHL 2013 Annual Meeting Program, by Suzi Teghtmeyer

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  • GLH Article Databases: A Comparison, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • From the President: Keep Trying For the Children, by Susan C. Eubank
  • In Memoriam: Mary Morris Walker, by Judy Warnement
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • The Longwood Library welcomes Judy Stevenson, from David Sleasman, Longwood Gardens
    • 40th Anniversary Exhibition Celebrates Garden History, from Leora Siegel, Lenhardt Library, Chicago Botanic Garden
    • 11th Smithsonian Botanical Symposium: Avoiding Extinction: Contemporary Approaches to Conservation Science, from Robin Everly, Botany-Horticulture Library, Smithsonian Institution Libraries
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • BRIT Press publishes Flora of Virginia and Not a Century Too Soon, from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    • New Grant to Support Children’s Services and New Art Exhibit Featuring California Native Plants, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895 -1935 by Sam Watters
    • The Miracle of Trees by Olavi Huikari
    • Vegetable Gardening the Colonial Williamsburg Way: 18th-Century Methods for Today’s Organic Gardeners by Wesley Greene and photography by Barbara Temple Lombardi
  • On the Web: JSTOR for Individual Scholars, Edible Flowers and Tree Bark, and Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay, by Stanley Johnston
  • Hunt Institute presents “What We Collect: Recent Art Acquisitions, 2007–2012”, by Charlotte Tancin
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert

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  • CBHL 2013 Proceedings, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • From the President: Night Terrors and Musings, by Susan Eubank
  • CBHL Wiki Transformation, by Gayle Bradbeer and Charlotte Tancin
  • Remembering David Lane, by Sheila Connor
  • Remembering Bernadette C. Callery, by Charlotte Tancin
  • Notes from the Eighteenth Century, by Patricia Jonas
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Hunt Institute Receives National Film Preservation Foundation Grant, and Hunt Institute publication prices to increase, from Charlotte Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
    • The Gathered Garden of Ryan Gainey, from Staci L. Catron, Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta History Center
    • The Mertz Library receives collection from the estate of J. Louise Mastrantonio, from Susan Fraser, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • Visitation Record Broken, and Highgrove Florilegium Donated, from Stephen Sinon, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • Tropical Challenge: Acquiring a Botanical Postage Stamp Collection, from Don Wheeler, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Laurie Hannah published “A Source of Wonder and Delight: the Gardens at Berylwood, Home of Thomas and Mary Bard”, from Laurie Hannah, Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration, University of California, Santa Barbara
    • Highlights of migrating to Koha, from Tracy Mehlin, Elisabeth C. Miller Library, University of Washington Botanic Gardens
    • California Author Talk Series, from Irene Holiman,Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • The Layered Garden: Design Lessons for Year-round Beauty from Brandywine Cottage by David L. Culp with Adam Levine. Photographs by Rob Cardillo
    • Conifers Around the World: Conifers of the Temperate Zones and Adjacent Regions by Zolt Debreszy and István Rácz
    • Super Charged : How Outlaws, Hippies, and Scientists Reinvented Marijuana by Jim Rendon
  • On the Web: Wind Mapping, Trees in Winter, and Some Sites Picked in Memory of Bernadette Callery and David Lane, by Stanley Johnston
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert

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  • CBHL 2012 Proceedings
    • Welcome to Montréal Botanical Garden (Gilles Vincent, Ph.D., Director of the Montréal Botanical Garden)
    • Innovation in a Gardening Library: Developing a PHS Knowledge Base (Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society)
    • Bring Out Your “Dead” (and Bring Your Library to Life) (Kathy Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library, University of Minnesota)
    • Data Convergence: Can We All Get Along? (Janet Woody, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden)
    • Trapped in a Filing Cabinet, or How We Freed Our Historic Photographs & Manuscripts (Lisa Pearson, Arnold Arboretum Library of Harvard University)
    • New Direction, New Library Plan at the Holden Arboretum (Susan Swisher, Holden Arboretum)
    • Holden Arboretum’s Special Collection in Dendrology and Silviculture (Clem Hamilton, Holden Arboretum)
    • Tour: Insectarium, Montréal Botanical Garden
    • Montréal Botanical Garden Library & Cocktail Party
    • Grande Bibliothèque Welcome (Helene Roussel, Director General, Grande Bibliotheque)
    • Tour: BAnQ’s Montréal Archives Centre
    • Putting Together a Preservation Fair to the Public (Charlotte “Chuck” Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation)
    • Out of the Archives and Onto Land: The UC Natural Reserve System Archive Project (Laurie Hannah, Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration)
    • Out of Their Boxes: Shipping and Insuring Fine Art Objects – A Beginner’s Guide (Kathy Crosby, Brooklyn Botanic Garden)
    • Tour: Canadian Centre for Architecture
    • Tour: The Mount Royal Cemetery
    • The Biodiversity Centre & the Role of Information in the Future of Scientific Research & Conservation (Anne Bruneau, Ph.D., University of Montréal)
    • Image Indexing, Use & Conservation at the Montréal Botanical Garden (Céline Arseneault and Lise Servant, Montréal Botanical Garden Library)
    • The Biodiversity Heritage Library: Bigger, Better, and More Global Than Ever! (Susan Fraser, The LuEsther T. Mertz Library, The New York Botanical Garden; Doug Holland, Peter Raven Library, Missouri Botanical Garden; and Judy Warnement, Botany Libraries of Harvard University)
    • Connecting Content: The Field Book Project at the Smithsonian and at the California Academy of Sciences (Carolyn Sheffield, Field Book Project, Smithsonian Institution)
    • Highlights from the IBC 2011, Melbourne, Australia (Robin Everly, Smithsonian Institution Libraries)
    • Universite de Montréal Biodiversity Centre (Luc Brouillet, Ph.D., University of Montréal)
    • Community Supported Agriculture at Brookside Gardens (Jared Ashling, Brookside Gardens, Montgomery Parks)
    • Welcome Neighbors: Connecting with Local Public Libraries (Leora Siegel, Lenhardt Library, Chicago Botanic Garden)
    • Renewing the Library of the VanDusen Botanical Gardens (Marina Princz, Yosef Wosk Library and Resource Center, VanDusen Botanical Gardens)
    • Banquet: The Art of Entertaining Montréal Style on the Bateau-Mouche
    • Post-conference Study-Tour: Parc Marie-Victorin, Daniel A. Sequin Garden at Saint-Hyacinthe, and Le Jardin des Curiosités in Saint-Ours
    • From the President: As I Gaze Upon the Group, by Susan C. Eubank
    • Making Connections Locally and Globally, by Jared Ashling
    • CBHL Annual Business Meeting Minutes, by Stacy Stoldt
    • CBHL Welcomes New Members!: Mia D’Avanza, Zachary Osborne, Maureen McCadden, and Diane Wilson
    • Members’ News East, compiled by Shelly Kilroy
      • Changes to the Botany-Horticulture Library, and Lectures on Mark Catesby’s Art and Science, from Robin Everly, Botany-Horticulture Library, Smithsonian Institution Libraries
      • A visit to the Inhotim Institute, Brumadinho, Brazil, from Beth Wohlgemuth, Illinois Natural History Survey
      • Hunt Institute presents Portraits of a Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden Florilegium, from Charlotte “Chuck” Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
      • Cherokee Garden Library Lecture: Peter Hatch: “A Rich Spot of Earth:” Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden at Monticello, from Staci L. Catron, Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta History Center
      • Lloyd Library and Museum Acquires Lloyd Extractor—An Artifact Important to the History of Pharmacy and Business in Cincinnati, from Maggie Heran, Lloyd Library & Museum
      • Mario Batali and Manolo Valdés at NYBG, from Stephen Sinon, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • Members’ News West, compiled by Beth Brand
      • Miller Library Migrating to Koha Integrated Library System, from Tracy Mehlin, Elisabeth C. Miller Library, University of Washington Botanic Gardens
      • Travels to Egypt, from Joan DeFato, Retired, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
      • New Book from BRIT, from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    • Book Reviews, compiled by Patricia Jonas
      • Knowing Nature: Art and Science in Philadelphia, 1740-1840 edited by Amy R.W. Meyers, with the assistance of Lisa L. Ford
      • A World of Gardens by John Dixon Hunt
    • On the Web: Dirty Books, Women in the Dirt, Black Squirrels and a Cleansing Montréal Boat Ride, by Stan Johnston
    • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
    • CBHL Lite, by David M. Lane

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  • A New Garden, A New Library – Royal Botanic Garden, Jordan, by Habiba Dingwall
  • From the President, by Robin Everly
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • The New York Botanical Garden Presents Monet’s Garden, A Tribute to the Impressionist Master, Highlighting His Passion for Gardening and its Influence on His Art, from Stephen Sinon, The LuEsther T. Mertz Library, The New York Botanical Garden
    • Travels to Andersen Horticultural Library, University of Hawaii at Manoa Library, and Elaine Inouye on Hilo, from John & Judy Reed, New York Botanical Garden, Retired
    • Exhibit “Wild Green Things: The Art of Anne Ophelia Dowden”, from Kathy Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library, University of Minnesota Libraries
    • Judith B. Tankard, Gertrude Jekyll and the Country House Garden, from Staci Catron, Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta History Center
    • Rare book exhibition at the Lenhardt Library of the Chicago Botanic Garden: “Rare Seeds, Creative Harvest: Artist Books Inspired by the Rare Book Collection of the Chicago Botanic Garden”, from Leora Siegel, written by Beth Feldman Brandt
    • Society of American Archivists conference, from Leora Siegel, Lenhardt Library Chicago Botanic Garden
  • John Howard Redfield: In Search of Shortia : With Asa Gray in North Carolina 1879 Transcribed & Edited by John Marsh
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Book of the Year Cooperative Events, from Mary Lou Wilhelm, San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden
    • A Librarian’s Collection: Botanical Art from the Estate of Barbara and Roland Pitschel, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • Botanical Research Institute of Texas Introduces Mobile Field Guide App, from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • The New Sunset Western Garden Book by edited by Kathleen Norris Brenzel
    • A Guide to Plants of the Northern Chihuahuan Desert by Carolyn Dodson
    • High Line: The Inside Story of New York City’s Park in the Sky by Joshua David and Robert Hammond
    • On the High Line: Exploring America’s Most Original Urban Park by Annik La Farge and Rick Darke
  • CBHL 2012 in Montreal: Preliminary Program
  • On the Web: Looking Towards Montreal: Canadian Gardens and Their Sites and Botanical and Horticultural Apps, by Stanley Johnston
  • CBHL Lite: East vs. West, by David M. Lane

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  • Montréal Botanical Garden Library: Connecting Locally & Globally, by Céline Arseneault
  • From the President, by Robin Everly
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Hunt Institute Presents “Native Pennsylvania, A Wildflower Walk” exhibit and other talks and tours, from Charlotte Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
    • Chicago Botanic Garden’s Lenhardt Library Awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, from Leora Siegel, Lenhardt Library, Chicago Botanic Garden
    • The CBHL Annual Meeting for 2013 has been moved to Michigan State University Library, from Suzi Teghtmeyer, Michigan State University
    • Reading Room named in honor of Mary M. Walker, from Dorothy DeSimone, Lawrence Newcomb Library, New England Wild Flower Society
    • Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden receives National Medal (and acquires Presto software), from Janet Woody, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • HCRL Receives Grant, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden, Strybing Arboretum
    • HCRL Receives Grant; Hot off the Presses!: San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum: Watercolor Paintings by Mary L. Harden and her Master Artists; and New Art Exhibit featuring Wild Mushrooms, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • Grant to inventory and catalog the archives of the University of California Natural Reserve System, from Laurie Hannah, Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration
    • A Mushroom Story: Resources for the Public in the Arboretum Library, from Susan C. Eubank, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • New England Wildflower Society’s Flora Novae Angliae : A Manual for the Identification of Native and Naturalized Higher Vascular Plants of New England by Arthur Haines
    • Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe edited by Susan Dackerman with essays by Susan Dackerman, Lorraine Daston, Katherine Park, Suzanne Karr Schmidt and Claudia Swan
    • Swirl by Swirl: Spirals in Nature by Joyce Sidman. Illustrated by Beth Krommers
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • On the Web: An Interest Based Networking Site, Paper Conservation, and Some Lists of Fictional Fantasy Plants, by Stanley Johnston
  • CBHL Lite: Singapore, by David M. Lane

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  • Brookside Gardens Library: More Than Just Books, by Jared Ashling and Marca Woodhams
  • From the President, by Robin Everly
  • CBHL Newsletter Transitions, by Judy Warnement
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Sacred Seeds Program Launches Website to Unite Ethnobotany Gardens from Around the Globe, from Linda Oestry, Peter H. Raven Library, Missouri Botanical Garden
    • Hunt Institute presents: “Botany and History Entwined: Rachel Hunt’s Legacy” exhibition; and other talks and tours, from Charlotte Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • The Arboretum Library Legacy of Brian L. Norbury, from Susan C. Eubank, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
    • Gentry’s books return to the Garden, from Beth Brand, Desert Botanical Garden
    • Minneapolis seed catalogs and exhibit “Transfer of Knowledge: The Art of Botanical Illustration” digitized, from Kathy Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • Book Reviews compiled by Patricia Jonas
    • Weeds: In Defense of Nature’s Most Unloved Plants by Richard Mabey
    • Marianne North: A Very Intrepid Painter by Michelle Payne
  • On the Web: On-Line Exhibitions, Some Gardens, and Herbal Medicine Sites, by Stan Johnston
  • CBHL Lite: Feedback

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  • Plants in Print: The Age of Botanical Discovery Exhibition, by Stacy Stoldt
  • From the President, by Robin Everly
  • Membership Committee Report, by Suzi Teghtmeyer
  • CBHL Annual Meeting Reports
  • Facebook and Its Relation to Websites, by Susan C. Eubank
  • Twitter and Blogs to Promote your Library and Botanical Garden Activities, by Robin Everly
  • CBHL Annual Meeting 2011
    • Chicago Botanic Garden Woodlands Tour: “McDonald Woods with Jim Steffen (Ecologist)”
    • Tour of the Fruit and Vegetable Island at the Chicago Botanic Garden
    • Kris Jarantoski’s History of the Chicago Botanic Garden
    • Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Plant Conservation Science Center
    • Architecture River Cruise
    • Tour of the Art Institute of Chicago
    • Tour of the Lurie Garden in Millennium Park
    • CBHL Annual Banquet, Book Raffle and Tram Tour at the Morton Arboretum
    • Author lecture: Andrea Wulf—Founding Gardeners: The Revolutionary Generation, Nature, and the Shaping of the American Nation
    • Author lecture: Jane Smith—The Garden of Invention: Luther Burbank and the Business of Breeding Plants
  • Book Reviews
    • It’s a Long Road to a Tomato: Tales of an Organic Farmer Who Quit the Big City for the (not so) Simple Life by Keith Stewart
    • Planting Paradise: Cultivating the Garden by Stephen Harris
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • Nature’s Beloved Son: Rediscovering John Muir’s Botanical Legacy, from Staci Catron, Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta History Center
    • Volunteer librarian Win Eide retires, from Lynn Jacobson, Schumacher Library, Olbrich Botanical Gardens
    • David Sleasman joins Longwood Gardens, from Gillian Hayward, Longwood Gardens
    • Darwin’s Virtual Library; CBHL Websites Named Best Free Reference Web Sites for 2011; and Asa Gray Postage Stamp Celebration, from Judith Warnement, Harvard University Botany Libraries
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Art Exhibit “Iconic Plants of the Arboretum” Dedicated in Barbara Pitschel’s Memory, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
  • On the Web: Memories of Chicago, a Mobile Tree Identifying App, and More Member Sites, by Stan Johnston
  • CBHL Lite: a CBHL song, by David M. Lane

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  • Rudi Schmid Marks Milestone, by Judy Warnement and Laurie Hannah
  • From the President, by Stanley H. Johnston, Jr.
  • Trends in Botanic Garden Libraries, Compiled by Leora Siegel and Miriam Pollack
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • In Memoriam: Anita L. Karg, 1923–2011, from Scarlett T. Townsend, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
    • Ad Hoc Committee Monitors Electronic Publication, from Susan Fraser, The LuEsther T. Mertz Library, The New York Botanical Garden
    • LuEsther T. Mertz Library Welcomes New Staff Member Mia D’Avanza; Spanish Paradise: Gardens of the Alhambra; Art and Artifacts of the Alhambra; and Poems in the Setting of the Botanical Garden’s Outdoor Spring Landscape, from Stephen Sinon, The LuEsther T. Mertz Library, The New York Botanical Garden
    • Mass Digitization Project and Resource Guide Project, from Janet Evans, McLean Library, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
    • Preservation Workshop Held in the Lenhardt Library, from Leora Siegel, Lenhardt Library, Chicago Botanic Garden
    • Hunt Institute presents “Flora’s Lexicon”, from Charlotte Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • Katherine Esau Digital Archive Now Available, from Laurie Hannah, Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration
    • New Book: Distribution of Grasses in Texas; and BRIT’s New HQ: an Update, from Barney Lipscomb, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    • 6th Annual Garden Lovers’ Book Sale; American Society of Botanical Artists’ Pacific Northwest Chapter exhibit; and Interviews Underway for Oral History Project, from Tracy L. Mehlin, Elisabeth C. Miller Library, University of Washington Botanic Gardens
    • Strategic Planning Hits the Arboretum Library, from Susan C. Eubank, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
  • Book Reviews compiled by Stacy Stoldt
    • The Kingdom Fungi: the biology of mushrooms, molds, and lichens by Steven L. Stephenson
    • Bees, Wasps, and Ants by Eric Grissell
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
  • On the Web: Some More CBHL Member Sites, an Information Site in PowerPoint, and Tracking Our Pain at the Gas Pump, by Stanley Johnston
  • CBHL Lite: Meeting Bag Bingo, by David M. Lane

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  • Urbs in Horto: City in a Garden, by Stacy Stoldt
  • From the President, by Stanley H. Johnston, Jr.
  • Grown from Seed: Robert Becker Memorial Library, by Bill Musser
  • CBHL Members’ News East compiled by Shelly Kilroy
    • NYBG Receives 2010 IMLS National Medal for Museum and Library Service; Broadway Comes Uptown; and Index to American Botanical Literature, from Stephen Sinon, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden
    • Lecture: Founding Gardeners, The Revolutionary Generation, Nature, and the Shaping of the American Nation– Andrea Wulf, Staci L. Catron, Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta History Center
    • Catalog Finally Online, from Lucille Dressler, Herb Society of America, New England Unit
    • New exhibition on the language of flowers: “Flora’s Lexicon”, from Charlotte Tancin, Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
  • CBHL Members’ News West compiled by Beth Brand
    • New Exhibition of Watercolor Paintings and Drawings, from Brandy Kuhl, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
    • Well Celebrated: Kate O. Sessions, from Nancy Carol Carter, San Diego Floral Association
    • Extraordinary News for the Arboretum Library, from Susan C. Eubank, Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
    • SLOBG Receives IMLS Grant, from Mary Lou Wilhelm, San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden
    • Exhibit: “Seed Stories: Catalogs of Life and Gardens in America”, from Katherine Allen, Andersen Horticultural Library, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
    • Utah Botanical Exploration: the Jones, Eastwood, and Rydberg Era of 1880 to 1930 published, from Gretchen Wade, Botany Libraries, Harvard University Herbaria
  • Carolyn Dodson (University of New Mexico) makes trip to Western Australia
  • Barbara Fox (Van Dusen Botanical Gardens) moving to Perth, Australia and European travels
  • Jane Cole (Desert Botanical Garden) still goes to a book group at Desert Botanical Garden
  • Jane Alling (Pennsylvania Horticultural Society) busy volunteering around Williamsburg, VA home
  • John and Judy Reed (New York Botanical Garden) visit Richard Isaacson (Anderson Horticultural Library, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum).
  • Book Reviews
    • Jardins Botânicos do Brasil: Botanical Gardens of Brazil text by Evaristo Eduardo de Miranda; photography by Fabio Colombini
    • Flora: The Aztec Herbal. Series: The paper museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Series B, Natural history, pt. 8 The Royal Collection, in assoc. with Harvey Miller Publishers
  • On the Web: Some Search Engines, Reference Sites, and Heritage Fruit, by Stanley Johnston
  • CBHL Lite: Journal Abbreviations, by David M. Lane
  • Calendar of Upcoming Events, compiled by Rita M. Hassert
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