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1954/01/23: Sterling Morton to Clarence E. Godshalk


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January 23 1954
Letter from Sterling Morton to Clarence E Godshalk. Morton comments on Godshalk's very detailed January 14, 1954 letter. He is concerned that the list is too broad for the size of the present staff and equipment. Some projects might better fall to colleges or governmental experiment stations. he approves of the lawn project, to benefit golf courses and parks. Newton Drury, former head of the National Park System, now in charge of Beaches and Parks in California, visited.  He mentioned other Californians  working on developing smaller varieties of better known trees, suggesting some collaboration. He mentions the Porter-Cable trimmer, generator and a small cart to hook behind the tractor to move the generator. 
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Research and scientific studies
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Godshalk, Clarence E. (received by)
Drury, Newton B. (is related to)
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