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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 190 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 190
Berkeley, Sept, 1908.  - Brodiaea stellaris, mentioned as being in the San Gabriel Vally near Los Angeles by L.A. botanists says Carl Purdy. He questions it.  - Greene, E.L. "Identification of Grasses and plants -- Dr. Edward L. Greene, Consulting Expert, Washington, D.C." Taken from Field Program for Sept. 1908, U.S. Forest Service under "Forage Investigations" - Tidestrom, Ivar [Ivor?], Scientific Assistant, Ephriam, Utah. Poisonous plant investigations U.S. Forest Service. Cf. Field Program, l.c. ::::::::: 1908.  - Seeds, Longevity, Bot. Gaz. 1908, Apr., p. 276. - Soils, Properties of Unproductive soils, U.S.D.A., Bur. Soils, _36, _40, _50 (Bulletins); also Bull. Torr. club, 34, p. 279. ---------- - Heller, A.A. "Is a master printer. Trained in the printing shops of Lancaster, Pa. He has four acres in his place at Los Gatos. How did he make a living? By working his place, & a neighboring fruit place, by Muhlenbergia and by his catalogue. He does all the work on Muhlenbergia, setting type after his days work. He has very radical views. Has good health and can work hard. He has a wife and two children and his wife's mother to take care of. -- Robert D. Pendleton, Saratoga, who visited me Apr. 17, 1909 (A High School Boy).
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