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ARNOLD ARBOETUM,HARBARD UNIVERSITY.Jamaica Plain,Mass.,July 3,1897. My dear Muir: I have from Congdon, who lives at Mariposa, branches of Abies magnifica with the buds of the staminate flowers still unopened, so there is perhaps still a chance to get them this season from high altitudes. Congdon's specimens were taken on the 6th of June. Canby cannot leave home until August 1st.This means that I will start on the 2nd and will meet you at Bamff about the 6th or 7th. Of course if there is any change of date, I will notify you in time. We count, of course, on your being there when we arrive or shortly afterward. Faithfully yours, [illegible] John Muir, Esq. 02312
Jamaica Plain, Mass
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