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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 186 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 186
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Berkeley - "About 50 people in the Sierra Club were using your Tree Book on this summers outing" - A. H. Allen. - "Everybody in Yosemite went round hugging your nice yellow book" - Mis Crane. - "Seemed to me everybody in Yosemite had your book" - Mrs. Hengstler. That is all that needs, that it be useful, that it help the people to study and appreciate the native trees. - "Everybody in Yosemite was using your book - carrying it under their arm" - Miss Brown. - Your book was a joy.  We used it all summer in the mts. - Hazel Hobson Bogg.  :::::::::  August 26, 1910  - James Davis, the packer and camp-boy on the Klamath River Expedition of 1907, has come to Berkeley and is now a freshman.  His comments upon city life are amusing and fresh.  He thinks life in the forest has many advantages over city life.  As to the fire prevention practice of the Forest Service he disagrees.  The rangers keep out the fire, yes.  But the accumulation of litter in the forest is about 4 in. a year.  At the end of 4 or 5 years it is pretty thick.  I know a place where the litter is 18 in. thick after about 5 years.  Now
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