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This botanical specimen book was created by Sara Alice Ford in spring 1912 for a Botany I course at Winona Normal School in Winona, Minnesota.
These plants were collected in the Witoka area.
Sara Alice Ford Einhorn (1983-1992) grew up in the Witoka Area and attended Winona Normal School, graduating in 1912 She taught in the area rural schools (Boynton and Ridgeway) before marrying Clifford Einhorn. They lived in North Minneapolis before moving back to Winona in the 1940s.
Daughter of Einhorn, Kathryn Jeanette Einhorn Anderson, graduated from Winona Teachers' College in the 1930s. This specimen book was donate by granddaughter Mary Alice Anderson who graduated from Winona State College in 1969.
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Ford, Alice, "Botanical Specimen Book: Alice Ford" (1912). Botanical Specimen Books. 2.
Requests to reproduce for educational purposes the items from the 1912 specimen book in this collection only are granted by the Winona State University’s Coordinator of the Special Collections. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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This project has been financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society.
Special acknowledgement to the Wisconsin State Herbarium and Mark Wetter for the use of their scanning equipment. Scanning performed by Darrell W. Krueger Library - Winona State University.