-Engelmann, Geo., apparently went with Parish on a journey to Camp Cady in the Mohave Desert.
-Charles Fuller Baker. See sketch in Who's Who, vols 7 & 8.
-Journal kept by David Douglas during his travels in North America, 1823-1826. Loudon. William Wesley & Son. 1914. The above does not include the bal. letters to W. J. Hooker.
-P. E. Botta at Bodega. See [bal.] Historical Society Quarterly 8:324. Redwood mentioned, huge size, 327.
-E. L. Greene. It is worth nothing that no obscenity fell from his lips. His mind was
free, certainly appeared free from taint
of that kind. His speech was choice, in accord with his courtly bearing
--W.L.J. Jan 10 1929
--Wood, Alphonse. Biog. sketch with
portrait (Bull. Torr. Club, 8: 53)
--In the first and only year in which Mrs. Geo. F. Grant of Columbia, Cal.,
was a student in my laboratory, her powers in the way os steadt personal interviews
became a burden. Since she was
almost abnomally eager to
make new friends and connections,
especially in a botanical way I suggested that she
go botanizing with Olive Thacher.
Now Olive Thacher, who is of the Ojai Valley Thachers, descended from
Yale Presidents can talk to you