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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 162 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 162
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Berkeley 1200 men now in Bureau of Plant industry counting clerks!  In 1896 when I was in Wash. I met nearly every botanist.  Smith almost alone has refused to be drawn into administrative work.  In spite of this continued log-rolling for more money there is no dishonesty.  The men are honest and get none of it.  It is pulled far to "extend" their work and they have to be continually writing reports to show its importance. Pieters just now going to Yosemite.  Then to Loma Vista Southern Calif. to see Prof. :::::::::  August 2, 1910. Volney Spaulding, his old prof. at Michigan. - Eucalyptus globulus, - James Marshall says: Wood burns well and has no borers! - Vacaville, Sept. '10, Perhaps the wood burns better at Vacaville because it gets so thoroughly dried out at that place in the long hot dry summers whereas at Berkeley the wood holds moisture. - "Wright, W. F., now in U. S. Dept. Agr. in charge of the economic herbarium.  Comes in to see me once a year about.  Was the man who wrote the paper on new Galium spp." - H. M. [Hall], Sept. 10.
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