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The collection consists of Clermont H. Lee’s research on the wild south Georgia shrub, Elliottia racemosa and the development of the Charles C. Harrold Nature Preserve in Candler County, Georgia. Materials span 1936 to 1994 and include correspondence, field notes, photographs, and published materials.
Clermont H. Lee, Elliottia racemosa, Charles C. Harrold Nature Preserve
Environmental Health and Protection | History
Gift of Clermont H. Lee, 2000
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Zach S. Henderson Library Special Collections, "Clermont H. Lee papers" (2000). Finding Aids. 93.
2 boxes (including 1 tube)