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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 144 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 30 page 144
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Palm Sprints c. 400 ft contested water right and saw hanging on his wall the picture of Murray's uncle Guthrie.  He exclaimed at sight of the picture and a friendly footing was established instead of a contest as a result of this incident. Says Murray: The Palms like, must have, three things; sun heat; moisture; alkalai.  He is tremendously fond of the palms here and talked a good deal about them. He lost his wife two  years ago and feels the blow very keenly.  They were married in Edinburgh (?51) years ago. "She has been to me a constant vitalizing force.  She had faith.  I have    :::::::::  May 24, 1914 little.  She was a constant uplift to me, an inspiration and resource". I found him in a pleasant cottage with most comfortable surroundings. What  an example he is of the Scotch! Of those who go forth to the ends of the earth and everywhere leave their mark in all lands. - Cathedral Ca_on, Dr. Murray named after Grayfriars in Edinburgh.
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