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Black walnut "Miller" on the Miller Ranch on Bodega Road between Sebastopol and Santa Rosa, spring 1930
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Photo--black and white: The "Miller" Black Walnut -Sebastopol, spring 1930. The tree is in early leaf stage of spring with a house on left. The Miller Ranch was between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol on Bodega Road. Typewritten information on back and dated 5/20/30 by N.F. Vanderbilt for Stark Bro's Nurseries. Burbank gave 3 seedling trees companion to the "Royal" to have tested elsewhere. This is only one of the trees he could afterwards locate. Given to & planted by Mr. Gillmin of Santa Rosa, CA in 1887.
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