1952/04/16: E. Lowell Kammerer to Jean M. Cudahy
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1952/04/16: E. Lowell Kammerer to Jean M. Cudahy


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April 16 1952
Letter from E. Lowell Kammerer to Jean M. Cudahy, sent to Mary Cudahy's New York address.  Many early spring shrubs are not flowering due to bud injury November 5 with zero degree temperature. The redwood seeds she sent were given to Mr. Nordine to plant and use with children's classes. Of the unusual plants listed in the Arnold Arboretum Bulletin, only the Arnold Dwarf forsythia thrived at Morton Arboretum during a test.  A copy of The Royal Horticultural Society's Dictionary of Gardening has been added to the library. He has been helping Miss Bernadine Skeels, Editor of the Service Bulletin of the Public Service Company of Northern Illinois. She is writing an article for their May issue. She has also been working with Mr. Behrens. He encourages Mrs. Cudahy to visit Winterthur Museum.
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Forsythia Vahl (forsythia)
Spring
Cudahy, Jean Morton (received by)
Nordine, Roy (is related to)
Cudahy, Mary (is related to)
Skeels, Bernadine (is related to)
Berens, H. A. (is related to)
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