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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 178 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 178
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Berkeley - Ownership of Herb. [Herbarium] Plants. Dr. Janet Perkins told me that German botanists had their private herbaria and no one questioned their right.  Dr. Perkins has been so long at Berlin that she is familiar with conditions.  Hitchcock evidently has private plants as see his letter of Aug. '12. I belive that it is a disadvantage for a working botanist like myself to take care of and retain his dried plants but sometimes one cannot follow out his wishes or rather preferences in these matters. - Aug. '12 :::::::::    Berkelay, Jan. 1907 - Quercus Sadleriana. "Sweet acorn in Oregon, near Grants Pass, no tannic acid to kernel.  Alle [same] Blue & Gold jokes - chestnutty." R. H. Platt - A student once asked Prof. Lawson: "How do you know rhyolite"? A piece had been picked up. "By looking at it about a hundred times"! he said. - E. L. Greene. Mrs. Brandegee tells me that boys were sent by the demi-monde whom Greene had patronized to annoy him with requests for money. She prevented his overcoat from being taken or recovered it.  This at the Academy of Science while in Dr. Stone's
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