For about three months in 1945, and for a similar period in 1947, I was able to carry on field-work in systematic botany in the southern United States, chiefly in Texas, but with some attention to neighboring states. The work in 1945 was a joint project of Southern Methodist University and the Bureau of Plant Industry, U.S. Department of Agriculture; I was delegated by the Bureau to join field-parties sent out by the University. The work in 1947 was undertaken by the University of Michigan, with the cooperation of Southern Methodist University and of the Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University.
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"Botanical Records Of Field Work In The Southern United States In 1945 And 1947,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 17
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