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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 188 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 188
Samples sent Sudworth  No. 65. Abies grandis. Noyo, within a few hundred yds of the Paciic Ocean. June 28, 1903. Diameter of trunk = 3 ft at 3 1/2 ft. from ground, where spm. was taken. Tree 90 ft. h. No. 66. Pinus muricata. Noyo, on bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, June 28, 1903  Trunk 1 1/2 ft. diam. at 2 ft. from ground where spm. taken  Tree 50 ft. high. - No. 67. Alnus Oregana. Near Noyo, 1/4 mi. from Pacific Ocean. Tree trunk 2 ft. diam. at 3 ft. where spm. was taken. Tree 75 ft. high. Herb. spm. also taken No. 68. Quercus densiflora. Tree 55 ft. high, on south slope. Trunk 2 1/4 ft. diam. outside bark at 1 ft. from ground; exposed to sun all day. Specimen taken just above rump at 1 ft. 4-5 mi. e. Half-Way House on Mendocino City-Ukiah road  6/29/1903. ::::::::: Addresses of Californians  - Ben Harris, wheelwright and deputy sheriff, Briceland, (Uses wood of Tan Oak). - C.L. Stone, Garberville Mill, Garberville (has sawn Tan Oak into planks). - Mrs. George Huskens, daughter of Chas. Wagner. - Mr. E.C. Oppenlander, Half-way House, betw. Ukiah and Mendocino City. Well-informed on Tan Oak bark. - Mrs. Ada Smith, on road between Comptche and Anderson Valley. - Mr. Dearborn Melburne, six mi. below Comptche. This & preced. for Tan Oak.  All of last three addresses furnished by Miss Charlotte Hoak, formerly of Comptche, now 2824 Webster st., Berkeley.
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