|The Arnold Arboretum Captured in Time: 1982-1987 by Corliss Knapp Engle (1936-2009), who captured wonderful views of the Arboretum’s landscape throughout her long and dedicated association with the institution.|
|South Central China and Tibet: Hotspot of Diversity provides access to the natural history and ethnographic collections that resulted from Arnold Arboretum past and present expeditions to China and Tibet.|
|Botanical and Cultural Images of Eastern Asia represents the work of early 20th century plant explorers who returned with not only seeds, live plants, and dried herbarium specimens, but also with remarkable images of people and landscapes.|
|Cienfuegos Botanical Garden, Cuba was established in 1899 as the Harvard Botanic Station for Tropical Research and Sugar Cane Investigation. In 1932, the Garden became the Atkins Institution of the Arnold Arboretum.
|The Arboretum Through Time, Historical Landscape Images records the evolution of the Arnold Arboretum’s landscape and its living collections as well as its buildings, paths, and roadways since 1889.|