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[[underlined]] June 24 [[/underlined]] -
[[underlined]] Houston [[/underlined]] - Hotel Logan 10 AM
Prosopis juliflora 1 tree
" [[Ditto for: Prosopis]] pubescens a few trees
Geomys hills com, edge of town
no more to Richmond
[[bracketed]] Pinus teda
" [[Ditto for: Pinus]] [[nitis?]] [[/bracketed]]     last seen about 6 mi. W. of Houston
mostly prairie
[[underlined]] Richmond [[/underlined]] =
[[Heresach?]] first seen 
Last of [[underlined]] Liquidamber [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] [[Tesline?]] [[/underlined]] all prairie
[[underlined]] Eagle Lake [[/underlined]]
drier prairie with shorter grass fires burning

[[underlined]] [[Cellington?]] [[/underlined]]
Scrubby live & post oak timber loaded with moss on mesquite.
[[underlined]] Columbus [[/underlined]] & Colorado R.
Splendid live oaks & moss
more mesquite

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Scrubby timber or openings of live & post & black oak & other low trees in Colo. R. Val.
[[underlined]] Warren ? [[/underlined]] - mainly prairie 
Dry but very good farms of cotton, corn, & some grain.
[[underlined]] [[Salmlenbarg?]] [[/underlined]] dunes

[[underlined]] Engle [[/underlined]] -
[[underlined]] Flatonia [[/underlined]]
More mesquite, grass more [[benchy?]], corn dried up
[[underlined]] Wilder [[/underlined]]
lots of mesquite - real arid.
[[underlined]] Harwood [[/underlined]]

Transcription Notes:
Checked species names, kept Vernon's spelling, anything I'm not sure of is in [[?]]

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