The Botanical Section of the American Association of Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations. Washington Meeting

1891 Botanical Gazette  
In the discussion which followed Mr. Martindale spoke of the importance of learning still more of the distribution of this species. Mr. Canby thought it a good species. He had sp2cimens in his herbarium from N. Carolina collected by Curtis. Resolutions were heartily adopted thanking the Botanical Club of Washing-ton for the handsome souvenirs, and for other attentions, which added to the pleasure of the botanists in attendance upon the association. Tiv following officers were elected for the next meeting:
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