Report of Boston Trip by C. E. Godshalk
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Report of Boston Trip by C. E. Godshalk


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September 1924
Report of a trip to Boston by C. E. Godshalk. He visited the Arnold Arboretum seeing the grounds, Administration Building, Herbarium, and Library. He met with Van der Voet, Rehder (Botanist), Wilson (Collector), Professor Sargent, Judd (Propagator) and Dr. Staff (from Kew). He lists trees suggested by Wilson as timber trees and trees and shrubs pointed out by Wilson as especially interesting. He toured the Arboretum with Professor Sargent, Dr. Staff, Wilson, and Mr. Morton. Finally, he saw some of the interesting sights of Boston before returning home.
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van der Voet, Christian (is related to)
Rehder, Alfred (is related to)
Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927. (is related to)
Judd, William H. (is related to)
Wilson, Ernest Henry, 1876-1930. (is related to)
Morton, Joy (is related to)
Arnold Arboretum (is about)
English
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