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write J.G. Lemmon Oakland, Cal- Lemmon Herbarium send 10[[cents]] for 2d & 3d Biennial Reports of State Bd of Forestry (cont. Repts on Pines & Firs) Dec 11th 1890- Left Keeler on train at 7 a.m. with Bailey & Dikeman. Reached Lone Pine at about 9.30 a.m. Along the R.R. from Keeler on the [[?]] Mts we passed the enormous marble deposits now being worked. We stopped there and two cars of white marble were added to our train. The marble at this place is of fine quality & several colors at different parts of what is literally a mountain of marble. The men could be seen working blocks of stone down the long inclined
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