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Jepson Field Book volume 28_40 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 28_40
Monterey [November 30, 1913] are 20 to 40 ft. [feet] high. -felled at the Del Monte propagation glass houses. A lot of stuff is propagated. Evidently they also sell plants and cut flowers, for Schultz the head gardener, was making up a funeral piece. He showed us about. He had a lot of Stevia for decoration; for such propose it is the equivalent of some caryophyllaceious thing like Gypsophila.  Lee, is in charge of the whole grounds.  -was the guest of H.A. Greene at Monterey.  With Dr. Abbott we made a trip to Del Monte Heights on Saturday  ::::::::: [Monterey] November 30, 1913 afternoon and on Sunday morning drove over the 17-mile drive, and cut across on foot from one of the driveways to the Cupressus goveniana grove; thence to Carmel and Carmel Mission.  Berkeley, 10 Dec. 1913. Ralph Hosmer, chief forester of the Hawaiian Islands, is here en route to Boston to be married. He says: "Joseph F. Rock was educated at Univ. [University] Vienna to be a Catholic priest, but on going to home became dissatisfied with the hierarchy of the church and broke with his family as a result. Turned up in Texas after some wanderings, having earned his living in various
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