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Jepson Field Book volume 66 page 114 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 66 page 114
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The Dry Years The drought of 1864 is referred to in Dict. Am. Biog. 17_541. Referred to merely.  The Orchard Trees Figs, Mission cf. Vancouver and other early writers who saw them at the missions. Their crops. Very large trees at old Pena Adobe and at Thurber ranch. Cf. Ira J. Condit, Fig Culture in Cal. (Cal. Agr-Extension Service, Circ. 77. 1941).  ::::::::: -cont. [continued] from p. 109 and self-sustaining character. The owner of the ranch sustained this idea: a large fine-looking type of man who could govern his domain in a lordly way. Note, too _ (in carrying out the idea) _ that he could not read or write! He had a daughter Alice (who married a wastrel, Geo. McKenzie); a son Reuben who later and perhaps now lives in Ventura; and a one-armed son Alonzo who lived on the adjoining ranch above his father. The Abe Clark place, after the death of the original owner, passed into the possession of Senator James D. Phelan of San Francisco, who doubtless had a mortgage on it. In the spring of 1934 my attention was called to a newspaper notice saying that _____ Clark,  -cont. p. 117-
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