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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 180 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 180
Santa Cruz Co. Swanton to Santa Cruz to No. 4168. Acer negundo var. californicum Scott Creek at Swanton No. 4169. Rhus diversiloba T. & G. Felton. Shade of forest. No. 4170. Rhus diversiloba. Felton. Climbing a fir tree. No. 4171. Prunus ilicifolia Walp. Alma (given me by a passenger on the train.) Santa Clara Co. - Acer californicum, great lot of it scattered along San Lorenzo R. between Santa Cruz and Felton. Pseudotsuga taxifolia, Sequoia sempervirens and Quercus densiflora - these three seem to be the  :::::::::  Felton, Aug. 18, 1910.  prevailing species between Santa Cruz and Glenwood or Laurel on west slope of Santa Cruz Mts. as seen from the railroad train. - Ceanothus thyrsiflorus, sometimes a tree but ungainly! - Sambucus callicarpa, also at Pescadero and Gazos Creeks.  The peolple who came to visit the grove of Big Redwood trees at Felton struck us by their actions in one particular.  They came in, in little parties of 2 to 10 and went straight to certian  trees and began reading the visitors cards tacked on the trees by the thousands, - cards of tailors at Santa Cruz, barbers at San Jose, shop-keepers from San Francisco and members of the Order of the Screaming Eagle from Kansas etc.  Miss Alice Hilgard says the Switzerland scenery is admired because of its human interest.
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