Correspondence from Albert Ruth to Mary Daggett Lake: July 3, 1929

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Polytechnic Station Fort Worth, Texas July 3,/1929 My dear Mrs. Lake: The following are some of the plants that may, I think, need preservation: Ferns-- Adiantum Capillus-veneris or Venus Hair Fern- Lake Worth and one or two other localities Woodsia obtusa, or Blunt leaved Woodsia Not very common Liliaceae Androstephium coeruleum or Androstephium Not very common ( Wild Hyacinth) Erythronium albidum coloratum or (Dog Toothed Violet) Variegated Adder's-tongue In rich woods. Iridaceae Sisyrincheum amoenum Blue-eyed grass Common Nemastylis acuta or Wild Iris not very common- Grows at Lake Worth. Aristolochiaceae Aristolochia tomentosa, Wooly Pipe-Vine in rich woods along Trinity Polyfonaceae Polyfonum incarnatum Slender Pink Persicoria In many places Amaranthaceae Amaranthus palmeri Palmer's Amaranth Along our Railroads (Pig Weed, Red-root) Froelichia drummondii belongs to same family Iresine paniculata or Juba's Bush Rich woods Portulaceae Claytonia Virginica - Spring Beauty Damp meadows Caryophyllaceae Parychia Scoparia Whitlow-wort Lake Worth.

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