MSS 00068 Guide to the John R. Lambert, Jr. papers, 1976
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[Box MSS.2, Folder MSS 68] Photocopy: The Hemerocallis Journal, Vol. 3, No.2 (dedicated to John R. Lambert, Jr.), 1976 June
[Box MSS.2, Folder MSS 68] Pamphlet: "Checklist of the Registered and Introduced Hybrids of Dr. John Lambert as of January 1, 1976"
[Box MSS.2, Folder MSS 68] Booklet: Schedule for the American Hemerocallis Society's 30th National Convention, Raleigh, N.C., 1976 June 17 - 19
Lambert, John Ralph, Jr., 1916-1994
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The John Ralph Lambert, Jr., papers consist of a checklist of the daylily hybrids Lambert registered and introduced, a copy of a The Hemerocallis Journal, and a schedule for the American Hemerocallis Society's 30th National Convention.
John R. Lambert, Jr. (1916 - 1994), was a hybrid specialist in daylilies. He was a social studies professor at North Carolina State University from 1952 to 1970, when he became a professor of University Studies. He received an undergraduate degree from Western Maryland College and a Ph.D. in History from Princeton University.
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