The University of North Carolina Herbarium has
catalogued to date a single specimen collected by Suksdorf:
Thurb. (now called Poa tenuifolia Buckley),
collected in Klickitat County, Washington Territory, on June 6, 1891. How
this specimen came to be in the University of North Carolina Herbarium is not
WS (Washington State University in Pullman)
holds approximately 30,000 of Suksdorf's specimens.
According to the Harvard Herbaria Database, other institutions holding Suksdorf's specimens include A, B, BM, BR, BUF, C, CAS,
CM, CORD, CUP, DBN, E, F, GH, GOET, K, L, LD, M, MANCH, MICH, MIN, MO, MPU,
MSC, NA, NY, NYS, ORE, OSC, P, PH, US (2,000 specimens), WRSL, WSP, WTU.
A short biography
of Suksdorf was written by Rhoda M. Love and
appeared in the Fall 1998 issue of Pacific Northwest Quarterly.
Other works that discuss Suksdorf’s
life and science:
Howard, Grace E. (1955) Lichens of northwest America
collected by W.N. Suksdorf. The Bryologist 58(1): 49-64.
Lange, Erwin F. (1955)
Pioneer botanists of the Pacific Northwest. Oregon Historical Quarterly 57(2): 108-124.
Jones, George Neville (1933) William N. Suksdorf. The Washington Historical Quarterly
PUBLICATIONS (incomplete list):
Suksdorf, W.N. (1931) Untersuchungen
in der Gattung Amsinckia. Werdenda 1: 47-113.
Suksdorf, Wilhelm (1923) “A new Saxifrage from Oregon,” in
Shorter Notes. Torreya