Red pencil markings on p.  and p. .
Some notations penciled in.
Digitized by Harvard Museum of Natural History 2006.
Drawings folded along vertical edge with first drawing on p.  and second drawing on p. . Drawing on p. , labeled Cichorium intybus, is of four views of interior of plant with detailing in blue. Drawing on p. , labeled Ranunculus repens, is of seven views including petal, seed, and stamen, in green and yellow detailing.
Cichorium intybus, commonly known as the Common chicory, is a wild, flowering plant native to Europe, North America, and Australia. Ranunculus repens is a flowering plant in the buttercup family that is commonly known as the Creeping Crowfoot and Sitfast and is native to Europe, Asia, and northwestern Africa.
This drawing is part of a series of botanical drawings created by the Blaschkas to reference in constructing glass models for the Botanical Museum of Harvard University.