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Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 204 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 17 page 204
-Walter Frye, Thre Rivers, Acting Supt. [Superintendent] Seq. [Sequoia] Park. -Frank Braun, Badger. Nephew of Hopping.  Siskiyou County Addresses -Bert Finlay, Etna, has pack mules to rent. -James Davis, Etna, half-breed Indian boy. -Ruel Bar, Etna (Denny Bar Co.) Karl Denny, Mrs. Karl Denny, Etna. (Miss May Lemon) Crow, Etna, High School lad interested in botany. -C.E. Shillingford, Crescent City (Fire Warden). -L.F. Cooker, Crescent City, (Lawyer). -Phil Steveres, Forest Ranger, Big Flat, Del Norte Co. -Crow, Etna, High School boy, interested in botany. Boodleman, Etna, U.C. By, athlete. ::::::::: Photo Record.  Spool No. 1. No. 1. Marble Mt. crater, 8 -1/25 3 o'clock, very bright. No. 2. Alpine Hemlock, 8 1/25 9:30. No. 3. Marble Mt. Red Fir and Alpine Hemlock, 10:00 bright. No. 4. Marble Mt. Alpine Hemlock, 11:00 very bright. No. 5. Marble Mt. Brewer Spruce, 4:00 1/20 -8.  Spool No. 2 No. 1 Crossing Klamath. 8 - 1/25 No. 2. Brush west Packer's Camp (Arc. manzanita Cerasus, Ceanothus velutinus. No. 3. Brewer Spruce, No. 4. Country of Brewer spruce with Preston Peak in background. No. 5. Brewer Spruce, 8 ft. 5 in. at 4 ft., 65 ft. h. No. 6. Pinus monticola, bark (exposed twice?)  Spool No. 3. No. 1.2.3. Brewer spruce 1/25 -8, 1/25 -11, 1/50 -8. No. 4. Mixed young growth Tan Oak and Yellow Pine, 4 to 6 feet high, in fire burns which cleared the Red Hill completely save for a few scattered trees Yellow Pine and Douglas Fir. No. 5. Tan Oak killed down to low scrub by repeated fires, Red Hill, Yellow and Knobcone Pines in background.  No. 6. Tan Oak reprod. 5 ft. h. Douglas Fir and Rwd in background. Nos 5 and 6 = 1/25 -9. 1/25 -8 Red Hill.  Spool No 4 Nos 1,2,3. Hemlock on Redwood in Crescent Forest. See p. 175. 45-2 sec; 32-1/2 sec; 1/25 sec-8. 5. Garry Oak ringed in Indian Creek. Trees 2-3 ft. diam. 65 ft. h.
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