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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 192 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 192
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Cambridge, 1896.  - At the Madison meeting a group of botanists were in argument. At last, inquiringly, after some discussion and quite to the point -- Hollick I think it was -- "What do you believe in Professor Greene? And sententiously Professor Greene: "The Pope!" "Now come, Professor Greene, you don't mean that?" But no answer was vouchsafed. I can imagine the way in which Prof. G. smiled in his sleeve. I had the story from B. L. Robinson, October 1896. Cambridge, Mass. :::::::::  Columbia College, 1896.  - Greene's Potentilla species. In response to a request from Rydberg, for his types Greene wrote:  P. lactea strange to say I never had except in fragment, but a most trustworthy flower painter _ of Fresno Co. showed me a picture, drawn and colored on the spot, which gave me the chief characters. Yours sincerely, E. L. Greene  Above had at Columbia College in 1896  _ = Mrs. L. A. R. Peckinpah.
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