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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 138 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 138
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Stanford Univ.  Mrs. Lovell White rose to ask who the "young man represented" who started in to grill A.P. Hill. The chair said: the Governor's secretary. Hill had made the wildest statements and the sec'y started in to pin him down and make him squirm. Dudley saved the day for the Sempervirens Club by his temperate presentation of the protestant's side of the case: No Redwood should be cut said Dudley. Redwoods recover after fire and are more picturesque than before. Dudley worked for the park tremendously and feels very strongly about ::::::::: March. 23, 1908  cutting any Redwood at all. He rightly emphasized the contention that the park was a park for the preservation of the forest in its wild state. He properly criticized the Washington Forest Service letter from Pinchot's office that "no principle of forestry" had been violated by Lull. It isn't a forestry problem, its a park problem. Curry then made the definite promise that no more trees would be cut. I had an opportunity at this stage to soothe the warring factions, got applause from the Sempervirens people and handshakes after I was done
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