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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 86 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 86
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Berkeley  - Collard -- Prof. Hilgard has just been telling me about a variety of the Cabbage, tall as his head, with only leaves on it, grown in the South in early days. When on his Mississippi Survey work he was invited from his camp where he had good cooking to dine with a senator in the back woods. They had collard leaves boiled and rancid bacon fried. His hostess noticed he couldn't eat and said: Maybe you don't like collard!  Collard differs from the Jersey Cabbage in that the latter has a little head at top. ::::::::: January 21, 1908.  - Auburn botanists: Entered today Dr. J.C. Hawver [?] of Auburn, Cal., Dentist, who is interested in the general natural history of that region and has done cave-fossil work for Merriam. He has taken a great many photos of native trees and is interested in securing high-class results. It is his ambition to take a really good picture of a tree.  He says there are 13 trees in the Placer county Big Tree grove. This grove is in a wilderness of a country and one would very easily miss it in passing across the country. Deady easy. Like
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