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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 144 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 144
Kew Herbarium - Forests set on fire from volcano of Mt. St. Helens. - cf. Cooper, Pac. R. Rep. 12,34. -Douglas Spruce in Washington - excellent firewood, even when green - Lawson, P. Brit. [Pinetum Brittanicum] 2, 117. Inquire at Portland. Spars 220 ft in length taken to England in early days. - Douglas, David, long sketch of his life in Lawson, Pin. Brit. 2, 125-128 (folio) - Tsuga pattoniana, first found in Calif. on Scots Mt. by [N]. Murray. Lobb got it on highest peaks about sources of N. fork Feather and "Lake Bigler" - Abies bracteata. Fine illustration in habitat, in Lawson, Pin. Brit. p 25 vol 2.  Lobb makes a point of its occupying the deepest ravines (Gard. Chron. 1853, p. 435). His letters were published in Gard. Chron. but I have but are ref    :::::::::  June 15, 1906. - Lobb, collected a curious lot of things in Cal. His C. lobbianus (Ceanothus), Veitchianus, floribundus, leucodermis, etc. are just off the usual thing but wont stay set.  They will prove enigmas a long time.  The last is a marked thing.  There he has a Ceanothus, no. 152, (C. macrocarpus, with huge leaves and dense clusters of floweres.  Ran. Lobbii. Oregon. - Pinus albicaulis, first collected by Jeffrey. - Pinus Jeffreyi. Collected next after Jeffrey by Peebles on Scot's Mt. - Jeffrey, cf. Lawson, Pinetum Brittanicum, p. 46, vol. 1. - Pinus monophylla. cf. Hartburg, Journ. Hort. Soc. 4, 293.
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