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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 36 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 36
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Sherwood to Willits  eye has a similar view ranging far into Humboldt county. - Mrs. C.K. Johnson is a superior woman, the wife of C.F. Johnson, President of the Union Lumber Co. She talked about the enthusiasm of the Brandegees and said that Mrs. B. was a distant relative. - Mr. W.A.S. Foster [?] says: We sent our salesman to every hardwood dealer in San Francisco to place Tan Oak but none of them would have anything to do with it. We tried to get ::::::::: August 12-13, 1907.  them to take it up as an experiment, we to send it down in various forms. They would not touch it. I remarked that they were in a rut, used to handling Eastern oak, and suspected you might be trying "to do them" in some way. Now that the government is behind the proposition they are beginning to set up and take notice and take an interest in the experiments, wishing to be informed as to how it comes out.
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