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Interview of T. Elliot Weier on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the UC Davis Arboretum
Weier, T. Elliot (Thomas Elliot), 1903-1991
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California Revealed from University of California, Davis, Special Collections
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Weier, a cell biologist, helped plant a coast redwood grove in the UC Davis Arboretum in the 1940s. The UC Davis Arboretum was founded in 1936 to support teaching and research. Today, the Arboretum occupies 100 acres along the banks of the old north channel of Putah Creek, in California's Central Valley. The collections include 22,000 trees and plants.
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University of California, Davis, Library, Special Collections
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