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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 20 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 20
Kew Herbarium  though few species are celebrated for timber. They are deserving of a place in Parks and Arboretums on account of the beauty of their growth and foliage.  I should feel much pleasure in complying with any suggestions which you could give me relative to the Botany of this charming country and I should at all times take an interest in fulfilling your instructions. Hoping to have the pleasure of hearing from you.  I remain Sir William    Your Obedt. Sernt.      Thomas Bridges Address    Care of W. Lane Booker Esqr.            H.B.M. Consul            San Francisco -- California ::::::::: Nov. 7, 1905.  The above letter is in the Hooker Correspondence, vol. 64, letter 20. It is the last received.  Cf. Senecio Bridgesii in Bot. Beechey.  = A.J. [?] Beardsley, writes to W.J. Hooker as follows: (Hooker. Corresp. vol. 64, no. 17)  San Francisco, November 8th, 1856.  Dear Sir:  I have taken the liberty of sending you through the hands of Mr. Alex S. Taylor of Monterey a package of Seeds, Specimens,  Etc. of the Conifera of California; which beg your acceptance. A Memo please find enclosed. The collection is not so complete as I had intended, having been disappointed in obtaining several species that I was in search of: particularly the
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