List of Published Works

Jones wrote on a wide variety of subjects, submitting many of his writings to botanical journals, newpapers, and newsletters. He was a very active member within the Salt Lake City community, and became known as a one of the leading scientific authorities in the area. However, he did not limit himself strictly to scientific writing, but he also wrote a number of opinion pieces, which were oftentimes quite caustic. The following list of Jones' published works was taken from Lee W. Lenz's biography, Marcus E. Jones: Western Geologist, Mining Engineer & Botanist.

Published Writings by Marcus E. Jones (listed chronologically):

1.       Evolution. College News Letter, Iowa College, Grinnell, 2 (new series): (7): 2-3; (8): 2-3; (9): 2-3, 1875. Signed, M.E.J.

2.       News Letter. College News Letter, Iowa College, Grinnell, vol. 6 (new series): (6): 5, 1879. Note on his Colorado collecting in 1878. Signed Marcus E. Jones, A.M.

3.       A Trip to Pikes Peak. College News Letter, Iowa College, Grinnell, vol. 7 (4): 3-4. Part II. vol. 7 (5): [3]-4, 1879.

4.       Notes from Colorado. Bot. Gaz. (Crawfordsville) 4: 247-248, 1879.

5.       Vegetation of Utah. Salt Lake Tribune. Column dated by Jones, 31 January, 1880. "Peculiarites of Soil and Climate Described."

6.       Reply to Mr. Meehan. Bot. Gaz. (Crawfordsville) 5: 15-17, 1880. Reply to criticism of his statement about Aquilegia chrysantha and A. coerulea.

7.       Observations on Remarkable Forms of Triticum repens. Bot. Gaz. (Crawfordsville) 5: 40-41, 1880.

8.       Summer Botanizing in Utah. LL. B-. Case's Bot. Index 3: 93-94, 1880.

9.       Notes from Utah. Bot. Gaz. (Crawfordsville) 5: 153-155, 1880.

10.     Botany. The Teacher, Salt Lake Academy, November, 1880. Jones's exploration of Utah.

11.     Minerals. The Teacher, Salt Lake Academy, November, 1880. Requesting mineral specimens for the school's cabinet.

12.     Une Excursion Botanique au Colorado et dans Ie Far West. Bulletin de Federation des Societes d'Horticulture de Belgique, 1879. Translated by Henri Fonsny and published by the Secretariat de al Federation, Boverie, No 1., Liege, Belgium, 1880.

13.     Engelmann and Parry. The Teacher, Salt Lake City, August, 1880. Report on their visit to Salt Lake City. Not signed.

14.     Science Items. The Teacher, Salt Lake City, March, April, May, June and October, 1881. Popular botany. Not signed.

15.     Notes from Utah. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club 8: 70-71; 75-76, 1881. Contains descriptions of Jones's first new species.

16.     The Great Mammoth - Elephas columbianus. The Teacher, Salt Lake City, May, 1881. On an exhibition of bones of mammoths in Salt Lake City.

17.     The Poison of Zygadenus paniculatus. Am. Nat. 15: 651, 1881.

18.     Ferns of the West. Utah Review 1: 97-104; 158-164; 179-190, 1881.

19.     Fruits of Utah. L. B. Case's Bot. Index 4: 10, 1881.

20.     Notes from Utah and Nevada. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club. 9: 5-6, 1882.

21.     Flora of the Great Basin. Salt Lake Tribune, 29 January, 1882. "Remarks on its origin and great extent."

22.     Mormon Falsity. Independent, Grinnell, Iowa, 9 February, 1882.

23.     New California Plants. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club 9: 31-32, 1882.

24.     From the Pacific. Independent, Grinnell, Iowa, 8 April, 1882. On his journey from San Francisco to Wilmington, California on the S. S. Orizaba.

25.     A Card from Mr. Jones. Sun, San Diego, 19 April, 1882. Jones's reply to charges made against him the previous day.

26.     Our California Letter. Independent, Grinnell, Iowa, 1 May, 1882. Observations on southern California.

27.     From the Ocean. Independent, Grinnell, Iowa, 8 June, 1882. Impressions of San Diego including the laying out of new subdivisions.

28.     Correspondence. Independent, Grinnell, Iowa, 6 July, 1882. On the expedition to Ensenada with Parry, Pringle and Orcutt.

29.     The Narrow Gauge, A Journey from the Mound House to Candelaria. Weekly Territorial Enterprise, Carson, Nevada, 15 July, 1882.

30.     Correspondence. Independent, Grinnell, Iowa, 20 July, 1882. On a journey from Sacramento, California to Virginia City, Nevada.

31.     Correspondence. Independent, Grinnell, Iowa, 24 July, 1882. Observations made at Virginia City, Nevada.

32.     Ferns of the West, 32 pp. Published by the author, Salt Lake City, 1882.

33.     Fern Notes. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club 9: 91-92, 1882.

34.     Tricardia watsoni. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 9: 116-117, 1882.

35.     A New Crucifer from Mexico. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 9: 124-125, 1882.35a. Notes on Echinospermum greenei. Ibid., pp. 128-129, 1882.

36.     New Plants from California and Nevada, etc. I. Amer. Naturalist 17: 875-876, 1883.

37.     New Plants from California and Nevada, etc. II. Amer. Naturalist 17: 913-914, 1883.

38.     Flowing Wells. Salt Lake Tribune, [-] July, 1883. Artesian and flowing wells" ... by one who has studied it."

39.     Great Salt Lake. Salt Lake Tribune, 7 July, 1883. "A visit of discovery on the Big Inland Sea," etc.

40.     Notes from Utah. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 10: 32-33, 1883.

41.     Notes from Nevada and Utah. Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, 10: 69-70, 1883.

42.     Notes from California. Bot. Gaz. (Crawfordsville) 10: 283, 1883.

43.     Chinese Christmas Tree. Salt Lake Tribune, 27 December, 1883. Chinese Christmas in Salt Lake City.

44.     Great Salt Lake. Salt Lake Tribune, 1 January, 1884. "Past and present history of the Dead Sea of America."

45.     Causes of the Reformation. Salt Lake Tribune, 1 January, 1884. "A reply of Prof. Jones to "Catholic' in Thursday's Tribune."

46.     Artesian Wells. Salt Lake Tribune, 1 January, 1884. "A new source of water supply for the desert lands."

47.     City Creek Water. Salt Lake Tribune, February, 1884. Jones dated his column 16 February.

48.     The Hawk-moth Caterpillar. Salt Lake Tribune, 6 July, 1884.

49.     Worms. The Destroyer of Fruit Trees and How to Destroy It. Salt Lake Chronicle, 14 June, 1884.

50.     Save the Fruit. Salt Lake Tribune, 27 November, 1884.

51.     Carbolic Acid and Worms. Salt Lake Tribune, 14 May, 1885.

52.     Agassiz Notes. Utah Christian Advocate, [Salt Lake City?] March, 1885. Notice of the publication of second volume of Gray's Synoptical Flora.

53.     Utah Letter. Independent, Iowa, 13 April, 1885. On the Mormon situation in Utah.

54.     How to Collect and Press Plants. Agassiz Notes, Salt Lake City, 1: 9-15, 1885.

55.     The larkspur weed. Salt Lake Tribune, 5 August, 1886.

56.     The Sabbath School. Baptist Mountaineer, Salt Lake City, November (continued), December, 1886.

57.     The Great Salt Lake. Salt Lake Tribune, 11 December, 1886. "Changes in its surface from year to year."

58.     The "Blossom as the Rose" Humbug. Salt Lake Tribune, 6 March, 1886. Quotes from Fremont's autobiography as it relates to Salt Lake Valley and the Mormon's claims.

59.     The "Blossom as the Rose" Humbug. Salt Lake Tribune, 10 March, 1886. "This from Brigham Young's own mouth ought to settle forever the absurd claim of the Mormons that they were led to Utah by divine revelations. "

60.     Correspondence. Herald, Grinnell, Iowa, March (?), 1887. On the outcome of the Edmunds-Tucker Bill.

61.     Correspondence. Baptist Mountaineer, Salt Lake City, 1 April, 1887. Church news. Signed, Scripsi Q. Scripserim.

62.     Natural Gas. The Tribune, Salt Lake City, 19 February, 1888. "The prospect of finding it in eastern Utah is remarkably good."

63.     The Flora of Utah. Tullige's Monthly Magazine the Western Galaxy, Salt Lake City 1: 27-31, 1888.

64.     Little Cottonwood. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, n.d. [1888].

65.     Great Salt Lake. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 1 March, 1888.

66.     Smut. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City. April, 1888.

67.     Shade Trees of Utah. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, August, 1888, pp.122-123.

68.     Poisonous Plants. Utah Agriculturist, May & August, 1888.

69.     Grasses of Utah. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, December, 1888.

70.     Editor, Tribune. Salt Lake Tribune, 12 December, 1888. "He tells about the Thistle deposits [of asphaltum] and replies to his critics."

71.     Grasses of Utah. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, December, 1888.

72.     Grasses of Utah. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, January, 1889.

73.     Footprints. Baptist Mountaineer, Salt Lake City 1 January, 1889.

74.     Our Water Supply. Salt Lake Tribune, 7 April, 1889.

75.     Oscillations of the Great Salt Lake. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 15 April, 1889. Reprint of an article in Salt Lake Tribune published 11 December, 1886.

76.     Weather. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, May, 1889.

77.     Salt Lake Rainfall. Salt Lake Tribune, 22 May, 1889.

78.     Health. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City Utah, 1 June, 1889.

79.     A Pulmonary Sanitarium. Salt Lake Tribune, 16 August, 1889.

80.     Arid Lands. Salt Lake Herald, 21 August, 1889. Also published in the Deseret News on the same date. "An able review of our territory's needs."

81.     Senate Committee on Irrigation, I. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 15 July, 1889.

82.     Senate Committee on Irrigation, II. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 1 August, 1889.

83.     Reservoir Sites in Utah. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 1 September, 1889.

84.     The Agricultural College. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, October, 1889. Advocates the establishment of experimental stations throughout the state.

85.     Little Cottonwood. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 15 October, 1889.

86.     And They Do "Rest From Their Labors" (On Irrigation). Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 1 November, 1889. Irrigation needs and possibilities in Utah, Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico.

87.     A Trip East. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, December, 1889. On a trip to Iowa.

88.     Irrigation. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 15 December, 1889. Comments on the Fowler Bill for the reclamation of arid lands.

89.     Salt Lake City. 79 pp. Salt Lake City Real Estate Board, 1889. Supplement, December, 1889, 2 p.

90.     Library. Report of the Librarian to the President of the University, Salt Lake City, 12 December, 1889.

91.     Museum. Report of the Curator to the President of the University, Salt Lake City, 12 December, 1889.

92.     The Outlook. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, January, 1890.

93.     Measurement of Irrigation Water. Utah Agriculturist, Salt Lake City, March, 1890.

94.     City Water System. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 1 March, 1890.

95.     Is The Lake Falling? Salt Lake Tribune, n.d. [1890].

96.     Oscillations of Great Salt Lake for 1889. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, March, 1890.

97.     The Flora of Utah. Great Salt Laker, April, 15, 1890. A popular account.

98.     A Trip to the Uintahs. Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 1 May, and 15 May, 1890.

99.     Prof. Jones Jumps Stanton. Salt Lake Tribune, 15 July, 1890. An article criticizing a proposed railroad through the Grand Canyon of the Colorado.

100.   Climatologists' Meeting. Salt Lake Tribune, 7 and 9 September, 1890.

101.   A Geological Exploration. Salt Lake Tribune, 27 November, 1890, also in the Journal of Commerce, Salt Lake City, 1 December, 1890.

102.   List of Utah Minerals. Salt Lake Stock Exchange Journal, 21 May, 1890.

103.   Utah. Internal Commerce of the United States for the year 1890, pp. 841-954. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1891. Signed "Marcus E. Jones, Treasury Expert. 

104.   "The Storm of Salty Mud. Salt Lake Tribune, 23 February, 1891.

105.   Then and Now. Advance, Chicago, n.d. [1891]. Education and Mormonism in Utah.

106.   Great Salt Lake. Intermountain Practical Educator, Missoula, Montana, May, 1891.

107.   New Plants from Arizona, Utah and Nevada. Zoe 2 (1): 12-17, April, 1891. Not shown as Contributions to Western Botany, No. 1.

108.   New Species and Notes of Utah Plants. Zoe 2 (3): 236-251, October, 1891. Not shown as Contributions to Western Botany, No.2.

109.   The Gila Monster. Science, 2 December, 1892.

110.   Oscillations of Great Salt Lake. Salt Lake Tribune, 12 March, 1892.

111.   Some Phases of Mining in Utah, 1892. 40 pp. Privately printed. Salt Lake City.

112.   Origin of the Hydrocarbons. Science 22: 358-359, 1893.

113.   The Deep Creek Country. Salt Lake Tribune, 1 January, 1893.

114.   Lake Bonneville. Deseret News, Salt Lake City, 9 December, 1893.

115.   The Flora of Utah. The Herald Salt Lake City, 14 April, 1893. Not seen.

116.   Some Phases of Mining in Utah. 40 pp., 1893. Not seen.

117.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 3. Zoe 3 (4): 283-308, January, 1893. As Contributions to Western Botany on the cover and Contributions to Western Botany, No. 3, at beginning of text.

118.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 4. Zoe 4 (1): 22-53, April, 1893.

119.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 5. Zoe 4 (3): 254-282, October, 1893.

120.   Irrigation Legislation. Salt Lake Tribune, 2 February, 1894.

121.   Professor Jones to Professor Hinton. Salt Lake Tribune, 10 March, 1894. "Jones's purpose was not to assail Hinton, but to elucidate a principle."

122.   Evolution and Systematic Botany. The Unit, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, 8: 42-43, 1894.

123.   Canaigre Root. Star Times, Grand Junction, Colorado, 6 December, 1894.

124.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 6. Zoe 4 (4): 366-368, March, 1894.

125.   Systematic Botany. Zoe 4: 374-379, 1894.

126.   Utah and Statehood. The Advance, Chicago, 18 July, 1895.

127.   Contribution to Western Botany, No. 7. Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. (Second series) 5: 611-732. Issued, 18 November, 1895.

128.   The Glacial Period in Utah. Item, American Fork, Utah, 7 March 1896.

129.   Prof. Jones is Irritated. Salina Press, Utah, 7 March, 1896.

130.   Geology and Mineralization of Mercur. Inter-Mountain Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 13 and 21 March, 1896.

131.   The Four Aces. Salt Lake Herald, 1 April, 1896. Report on the Four Aces Mining property.

132.   Westward Railroad. Salt Lake Tribune, 19 April, 1896. Not seen.

133.   The Golden Bar. Salt Lake Herald, 9 May, 1896. Report on Golden Bar group of mining claims.

134.   Open Letters. Calamagrostis scopulorum, Jones. Erythea 4: 35-37, 1896.

135.   The Present Situation in Utah as a Result of Statehood. Advance, Chicago, 27 January, 1898.

136.   Polygamy in Utah. Independent, New York, 3 March, 1898. Reprinted in The Southern Presbyterian, Columbia, South Carolina, 31 March, 1898.

137.   The Coming Education. Kinsman, Salt Lake City, 4 June, 1898. Address at the Commencement of the Wasatch Academy, 1 June.

138.   Biblical Days of Creation. Kinsman, Salt Lake City, 27 August, 1898.

139.   The Origin of Man. Kinsman, Salt Lake City, 3 September, 1898.

140.   Southern Pacific Tactics. Salt Lake Tribune, 28 October, 1898. " ...surveying party is sent out to deceive."

141.   The Portneuf Canal Scheme. Salt Lake Tribune, 30 October, 1898. " ... Threatens disaster to Utah."

142.   The Recent Election in Utah. Advance, Chicago, 1 December, 1898.

143.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 8. "Published by Jones and issued 21 February, 1898, 250 copies. Printer not indicated. According to his diary the date is correct.

144.   Mineralization of the Mineral, Heath and Seven Devils Districts. Idaho Mining Journal, Boise, March, 1900. Also published in Salt Lake Tribune, 3 and 16, March, 1900 and in the Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Washington, the latter not giving credit as to authorship.

145.   West Idaho Strikes. Salt Lake Tribune, 3 March, 1900. Without authorship but "This is my article."

146.   The Geology of Marysvale. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 15 September, 1900.

147.   Shrinkage of Great Salt Lake and Its Cause. Salt Lake Tribune, 23 September, 1900.

148.   Lowest Known. The Herald, Salt Lake City, 23 September, 1900.

149.   Deep Creek Distances. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 30 September, 1900.

150.   Coal Fields and Iron Deposits of Utah. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 30 December, 1900.

151.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 9. Zoe 5 (3): 41-52, August, 1900. As "Contributions to Western Botany, No. IX."

152.   Utah Oil Fields. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 15 June, 1901.

153.   The Iron Resources of Utah. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 30 December, 1901.

154.   Utah Oil and Gas Fields. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 30 April, 1902.

155.   Utah. Supplementary volume to Farr and McMurry Geographies. The Macmillan Co., New York, 142 pp, 1902.

156.   Mineralization and Geology of the Henry Mountains. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 30 October, 1902.

157.   A Trip to the Northwest. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 15 December, 1902.

158.   The Geology of Tintic. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 30 December, 1902.

159.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 10. Published by Jones and printed by I. E. Diehl of the Mammoth Record Print Co. of Robinson, Utah. "Issued June 1, 1902." In an appendix he apologizes for "the scrappy character" of the Contributions saying that the opportunity for an extended trip to the Pacific Coast caused the author to distribute that part of the Contributions already printed "before he left Salt Lake City which was on June 9th" and to reserve the plates and notes for the Appendix" until after his return. In his diary he wrote "Distributed Cont. 10 on Sept. 3rd."

160.   A Trip on the Southern Pacific Railroad. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 30 March, 1903.

161.   Great Salt Lake. Frontier Monthly, Colorado Springs, May, 1903.

162.   Contributions to Western Botany., No. 11. Published by Jones and printed by Diehl. The date of issue is given as 10 April, 1903. If the date is correct it must have been issued by Diehl since Jones left Salt Lake City for Arizona on about April 1.

163.   Phoenix to Salt Lake City. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 30 July, 1903.

164.   Over the "Salt Lake Route" and Santa Fe to Phoenix. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 15 October, 1903.

165.   Deep Creek Mines. 47 pp. Salt Lake City, April, 1903. Privately printed for the New York Giant Mfg. Co.

166.   Garrison Gold and Mining Company. 12 pp., Salt Lake City, [1903]. No author indicated but Jones includes it and the following as his work.

167.   Deep Creek Riches, Deseret News, Salt Lake City, 19 December, 1903.

168.   Dugway Copper Mining and Smelting Company. 10 pp., Salt Lake City, [1903].

169.   Water for the Lake. Salt Lake Tribune, 27 December, 1903.

170.   Jones's Tourists' Guide to Salt Lake City and Utah. Privately printed, 86 pp, n.d. (3 August 1904, according to inscription on author's copy).

171.   The Mining and Other Resources of Mexico. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 15 January, 1904. Also published in the Daily Mining Record, Denver, Colorado, 30 January, 1904.

172.   Snake River Scheme. Salt Lake Tribune, 4 and 7 February, 1904.

173.   Little Cottonwood Canyon. Intermountain Magazine, Salt Lake City, March,1904.

174.   Rocky Mountains. Intermountain Magazine, Salt Lake City, April, 1904.

175.   A Trip Over the Santa Fe into New Mexico. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 15 April, 1904.

176.   Region of the Green River Desert. Mining Review, Salt Lake City, 15 October, 1904.

177.   In The Unitas. Intermountain Magazine, Salt Lake City, April, 1904.

178.   The Utah Topaz. Intermountain Magazine, Salt Lake City, June, 1904.

179.   The Mormon Senatorship from a Utah Standpoint. Advance, Chicago, 12 January, 1905.

180.   Prof. Jones on Sulphur Fumes. Deseret News, Salt Lake City, 15 February, 1905.

181.   Strawberry Reservoir. Enquirer, Provo, 7 April, 1905. Not seen.

182.   Smelter Law Must Not Pass. Deseret News, Salt Lake City, 20 March, 1907.

183.   The Willow Family of the Great Plateau. 32 pp. Published by the author and printed by the Deseret News, Salt Lake City, 1908. On the cover dated March 9, according to his diary it was published on March 11.

184.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 12. Printed by Jones it is dated 26 March, 1908. On March 23rd he wrote that he had "spent the last three weeks printing my Contributions No. 12."

185.   An Appreciation. Deseret News, Salt Lake City, 2 January, 1909. Book review.

186.   Montana Botany Notes. Bulletin Univ. Montana Biol. Ser., No. 15, March,1910.

187.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 13. Also printed by Jones and according to the cover it was "Issued Jan. 20, 1910." According to his diary for January 18th he wrote "Issued my Contributions No. 13."

188.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 14. Again printed by Jones, the cover reads "Issued June 29, 1912."

189.   Wild Flowers of Green River Valley. Dispatch, Green River, Utah, 21 January; 4 February; 11 February, 1915.

190.   Carnotite Fields of Utah; Ore Buyers' Graft on Miners. Mines and Methods, Salt Lake City, November, 1919.

191.   Pertinent Comments by Veteran Professor and Value of Expert Advice. Mines and Methods, Salt Lake City, December, 1919.

192.   Botanical Exploration of Utah. Utah Educational Review, Salt Lake City. December 1919.

193.   Revision of the North-American Species of Astragalus, 288 pp. + index, synonomy and plates. Salt Lake City. Privately printed. Text distributed 15 February, plates on 20 June, 1923.

194.   Exploring Trip to Lower California, Pomona College Quarterly Magazine 13: 66-72, 1925.

195.   Fundamentalism. Privately printed, Claremont, March 10, 1929, 24 pp.

196.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 15. Published after Jones had moved to Claremont, California the cover reads "Issued June 6, 1929.

197.   Contributions to Western Botany. No. 16. Also published at Claremont, the cover reads "Issued Feb. 17, 1930."

198.   Contributions to Western Botany. No. 17. Also at Claremont, Issued September 3, 1930.

199.   Dr. George Engelmann. Desert 1: 117, 1930.

200.   Early Botanizing. Desert 2: 21, 25, 68, 69, 81, 88, 1930.

201.   Botanizing in the barrancas. Desert 2: 132, 135, 1931.

202.   The spines of the cactus family. Desert 2: 140, 148, 1931. 1932

203.   Katharine Brandegee. Desert 4: 41, 51, 70, 1930. 1933

204.   What Is A Species? Desert 4: 123, 1933.

205.   Xerophytes, halophytes, and all the other phytes. Desert. 5: 60, 1933.

206.   Bicycle botanizing. Desert 5: 107, 1933.

207.   Contributions to Western Botany, No. 18. In preparation at the time of his death on June 3, 1934, it was completed by his daughter, Mabel Jones Broaddus and is dated, Claremont, California, "Aug. 1933-April 1935." Pages 1-85 were issued 23 August, 1933 to a selected list of botanists; pages 86-130 were printed May 1934. Pages 132-157 printed in 1935. (See, S. F. Blake, Contr. Nat. Herb. 29: 122-123.)

 

Unpublished Manuscripts:

1.         Trees and Shrubs of Utah. 160 pages + index, n.d. Typescript on legal size paper. With illustrations.

2.         Flora of Flathead Lake. 497 pages. Typescript. Preface dated, May 19, 1909.

3.         Flora of the Great Plateau. vol. I, 690 pp. Typescript. [1907?]. Vol. 2, (incomplete). Also two portfolios of drawings.