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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 58 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 58
This matter, pp. 58-66, should have followed p. 89.  Harvard Trip, 1896  - Aug. 21, Little Oak -    "    22, Little Oak. -    "    23, Vacaville -    "    24, Elmira to Reno. -    "    25, Reno.    Botanized along the Truckee River and the next day went with Hillman, botanist at the Nevada State University to Dog Valley  Aug. 26, just over the California state line.    Aug. 27  Tecoma, Terrace [?] = Eastern Nevada. - August 28, Salt Lake City.    Botanized about Fort Douglas. Called on Jones but he was not in. He called at my hotel. Said that he was soon to be independently rich from the revenue of his mine and would then devote all his time ::::::::: Salt Lake, Aug. 28-29, 1896.  to botany, Jones is about 5 ft. 6 in., full beard, blue eye, and has a voice which is somewhat peculiar -- but not decidedly peculiar. He had not a good word for anyone from Robinson to Greene -- although he did not speak unkindly of the Brandegees. B.L. Robinson told me that Jones was formerly a Presbyterian clergyman. He looked it -- that is I mean something like a poor type of minister. - August 30. - Tennessee Pass. - August 31. - Denver - Sept. 2. - St. Louis. Visited Trelease and the Missouri Botanical Garden. - Sept. 3. Cincinnati.
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