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POSTAL CAID 'DINE


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-S:r.I*cksu<9, r -w- 'r* :",* -* -r-* -
va u~tdnos Imfiifv obmo o mna dos
descobricaentobs.lcto.entra-se poloe
seculoi do elepyicia, do e#plendor
PoRti col artltlico. 'atd que noos
axseioosa-.-a.omllm. n.ovos 1petos
do pesqids tA.m, no' alvorecer die uma &a cm
q"l a razd comeCa. a enfartar-so
daa tas sutilsaa del clenci'. ""
Ha uma anai de movitentoh do
-verdades pratic&js. .tephenson fax
remoscercm, na- locomotira,. as be-
t as de sete ledgas da velha historic.
.1- :6ao tardwa que belos prenun-
Cos faqam penr na posslbiltdadd
do sonho de Icaro. E o esplrifo
empoa.-ss fiela consiaotacn do
'verdade" qg" norava denira da
Sinentira dos seZa mitos. Eaqft pes-
Squieas. Pesqutsar -no sentido pra-
tfco., As colsas' terda quo revelar
cagora todos os peps seare'p# .POs-
s ilidades,. .,.;',,, '_: .
'.AS PRIMEIRAS PRO}WESSAI.
*7 ob por eise tempo, Ais oerea do
ietenta .' anos, quando UM. garoto
quo venda jornais., e frutas num
dos combotos do Great Trunk Rail-
road, *netenwdo-so a fazer dma ec-
jwtamcta corn fosforos, oacasfoofa
a 4ncendlo do am dos erng6es do


Opilna cura a Opflaao


Sexpedf1 aslmyTlVan]%i,' quB tto--ea
.1...raip peld .mes.ie b.-i ., ,,, .
o RECIPTOR. ODE GCARVAO E A
EXPA.NSAQ PA RAJIIOTELEVOMA
Os trat'alhos no'. a.boratorlo do
Menlo',Park*sio. Inaugurados aomn
a doscbberta do receptor de caxrvo
iara telefone, aparelho. inventado
por' K Grahamr Bell. mas cuja cfl-
clericia-s, delzaya multo. a desejar.
tornand6-o portanto.-inapilcavlsi a
fins comerclals. ,
Fol erse receptor de carvao que
lornou posilvel a expanEsgo da r#-
diotelefonia, pol semrn microforne
o radio: nAo terla tido o desenvolvi-
mento.extraordlnsrlo que as ve-
rt!ica 'por toda a part.
OUTRAS DESOOBERTUAS-
*A sagninte descoberta do sablo
de Menlo Park fot a maqulna fa-
lante.-: '. -
'- Embora AQ' tentha eido a males
Important, Edison, semnpre lhe de-
dicoa unm carlnho' todo. especiaL
-- 0O prlruelro 4aparalho. construldo
flcou em' 1. dolares., -. ; "
Snces lvaienteo 'a,. pequenos In-
tervaloas, saen dos't.boratorios de
Edison o siptemrna sextuplex, o mit-
crotasfinetro; aparelho' qua veritfl-
ca as mati< leves rnudangas de tem-
peratura; o ranegafone, amplifIca-
dor dot sone, oa qutnoteseopio, a bra-
teria de soluclo alctllna, 6 sena-
rador, inagetico de minereos,, e
Inumeras ontras colsas."'
SA MAJOR 1rVE1CXO DO MAGO
DE ."E WSBfT ORAWG .. .
e1-a a isvlnor tuvenot-o d e TAxes
E~dihari LadnlVnra:ira. Ria~oet-


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formidaved do braqoa,.c aerebras
S6 do j'naquinarias do tanto sabnif I-
d e46*'par. a vda norle-aiicricanta
a qv4-f" para o mnundo qua' a sue
T.catruicodf. so lat ocorrcncia tlcc-
menda' e inavdita so verificassI,
importarrhi semt duvida para a 1o'
derosa Rejpubica dq Vrte"#huma
catastrofe matis oalamitlosa qug s08
horr-ores de vmiz grande uuerra,- e
S"do umTa aniquiladoirda drrota.'
S'A vida derase cooprradoe fecundo
o. incansavel da nossa cluvflitaCo,
*, c a amplitude doa suaa realizaoc&'
e pei sef' wsignificado para a (poca
atucl, apressnta o aspect de uln.
episodio preeslabclpccido, urn aci-
dente maravilhoso sablamente fl-
zado pelo' determinisano qua rege
a eroluqlo humana no instante
preciso do nascer de um mnundo
a oo,' mundo ruidoso de trepIdaCto
e rapidez e'qua para tel tcrka de
plagiar, jd agora dentro da ra-
rjo, os mitos de lodas as deras
o os m4lagres de todos os magos
antligos. Edlson. aparece entdo co-
ma um dos grades ;iagicos desse
nov-o ciclo de prodinios Nado po-
derlfamos viver. triTnfalmenie a
nossa dpoca' seni as creacdei" quo
toe ros lego. Comd na palavfa. de
2kaoLer-ap. el' chegou no nomint%0o
Sprectlso. 6ua u lg-a "V-pT1ica-se per-
feitamenfe dentro do sct tempo:
era impreacindivet e por sso-0mes-
mo. pre.closa. ,',.. '
Afguns fidalolgos t-,i considered
S'como um dos meomentos mats
ertraordlarios eo lambemn,, mats
ewrplcarets 'do espirfito uminano,
Oi`updO.QfLS ficou. assinahldQf; no
dpoca -de Isabel- de lngraterra, pelo
aparecinento'de Shakespeare e dos
shaYk..spPererTpa. A d, se Glus re
dos descobri Wntos t'inha recuddo
para dtstancias .imensas os toari-
zontes- do -nundo, e, de" reptnte,
perp.rxv. pelo egpectaculo de ton-
las e.rfctnses novas, a alm, oragu-
lhosa, quis iguala-las, ampliazndo-ge
tambem, no sen'tido dos descobri-
mentos .intcriores. h -''. "
Ben J.ohnson,- MarlOrw, I ulesea-
.'o e, sohret. o, Shakespeare, s5o
a"s cuqu,.istdres. desse noIo ,,U.,a,,"


trabalzha ein MempMhs e em. Lou.ls-
ville, perdendo. os logartes devido d
obc.pssdo .quS, ,t he caUSaa certos
j urollcmas ds uim qttica de, eletri,
c'.dade. ,
EHi XOYI(X O!1M
*Am 19a6.. cheer Mi's Torit carn
alguna centavos apenas no boaso.'
Urnm, din, tendo- se apresentndo
nos' escrltorlos 'da. Law, Gold Ro_-
jportihng Telegraph' Company, A prr-.
cura de emprego, presencla umrn de-
sarranjo .no apare6.U de fita que
da'va-as cotaces do ouro. comnpra-
do e. vendido na Bolsa de Nova
ork.. .
0. Inventor do aparelho, umrn dr.
lows, charuado as pressas, n&o
conLegue descobrtr o defelto.
Edison, qua bkdais vinha estu-
dendo o mecanlmo, uferece-se
pa.ra concerta-lo e ,consegue-o. "
Si entAo. contratado ImedlaLt-
mente como chefe dos aparelhos,
corn o ordenado de ZOO dolarea men-
salt; durante dole anos trabalha
rieesa companbia, beneflclando o
apareLhamento corn' varies Inven-
coes, entire etas o' alstema quadru-
plex, corn o quaJ poupa cercs de
500 mnil dolares anuals a mconstru-
Clo de Hnhas, qua Tie outro modo
serlarn forgdaamente gastos. .
Ao firn desse tempo, a oampanhia
em recompense dos bons eervlicas
prestados, d&-bbe 40.000 dolares e
corn esa Imporlancts, Edison mon-
La. urna Dequen fabric. em No-
warkd onde, pouco tempo depois,
traballihamrn 150 homeon sob aa BU,.5
ordens. ', % .- .
Erm' 1876, resolvendo:dedlcar-se,
excluslvamente.' l Induptrlalizaaao
de Bsuas Invenci6es, estabelece-se
em, Menlo Park, N. J. para on.le
transport, tedos os'aparelhoa de
Newark.' .- .
.. AYP'tL ERAL FABRICA E"I"
.',;,.. WEST -OR,. GE -. ;
,al' .tarde,-ep 19i7,' no"fitulto
do funda. umn grande nucleo Indus-
trlail adquire, enl West Orbngo,
umra extesea'. area, de. terreno, tI.
vantando a segui,' s primeiri fa-
bric&a .-. .- 1 .
Uma das prImelras Invenqces de
EdisonL ern Newark, .tol" um slaete-
I nma, de telegrafo automatic, no Qu3i
JA."ilha tralblbando a.- a.lgum
tem po.-' .- .-. '* .. .
PeEass'. e6poc .da IguAltmetr a
liivhC&.o*dd' un apairelbo por .melo
dp .ln.a' -copsegdlu expedilr ult


mentado corn sucesso suusiutuir, a
fibre pur um fio de caluloeO qua se
r.licou r.a \%epera in Nat'l, a
pr-1 Ira ejzperlenca pOblItc, Rm
trents sos 'laboratorlos de Men!o
F'arltk. odqta.fora'i lljrtInndtia ete-
trIenmente 700 ljriV tlash; perante-
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-*. ;'^ .0ii~n~io ooi",virsig '.d a epireaso.' '0 chefil dofrm eni--.TBlM7.'alme*So .2LreaolSfar
'f .,f- r:o a.u g '.nde tnag. '.....' re-i afnf.giu-7he 'Ida d'oVq P"o 0a p-
',.- : .. ,? ..'/ ,: <. .o..2. .. -. ,W : a ..0 .a ,a E d i s o n .j ~ t .. .. : : -
-Edisy, ,' don, .a o o '. wqvb o : Ediono P1. bl ,_atrLo' n'-" quasi.-.; O & -..a"s-

;, \ f- e c < n d o io in v n t .I 0 & C f = X .. 9
itema "nhodavfe te cdde onheco.... d. deeaatre a promessa ttessanrc, rdo p.blEm on tubro denae ro..proeao
'.tanto maior ,benemerencia quapdao u'n dos esperados da Mdade do'aCo, dos aoxll.res 'de ,ua Imtedlat.
,.' %a H afO "engonho Lsteot sempre a ser- lantentoas uminosoa ,*' .ao ma ui- durante 45 horas,- amat o a paae nd
o ',e estar '"do. progress nara d.. nervuua eletriaa. "-, a t o i 'd r
1 .- quelmava ur.o de do.30 o o -
e-'finou-iug8-n ,f ontem, depots %1 ..EncontraMos mawt larde Edison bonlzd ,ad', ." ," "-"
....hcnia aoonla, em. West "Orange,'ali como praticante -de felegrafista em Xara. o fllamento fol emi souglds
nes'mo no *eio dAzquela repulo'pri- Btrafford, no Canadd. Nesse em- experbnentada a fibra do barnbfi, *
.. vlleolaa e famosa onde atual- prego te n ocasido de estudar do como os prlmelros resullados Iia-
7inmte &a ereuan.; sabre uma area perfo as oparelhos,- mas acaba recesoem.favoravels, despachoiurm
auxillar psra o Orients. encarre-
de inas de ce.'-ill ouilometroe sendo-despedido pelo, Ouca atengo Sando-o doe he Tnandar todP-9 as
quadarado, a1 JOs 14dificiog daa fa- que dd ao scrvi"o. qualldades de bambd qae enaon-
brtass e laboratortos que realizam Todos os seus culdadov achavam- trasse. '
a inlunstrializado das oreaioes do se volfados para o functonnmento Antes, por~m, do termino dessa
grande inventor, luma organiz:aido dos aparelhos. ConasecutvamCnte mnlB2S.o, ja. Edison havia experl-
f or midavel de bra os, de oerebros traib lha em M emphis e em Lfubr- m untado courn 1.Eu de e ubosl l rs Be
e de iwquinarlas de tanta s~ifmt- 1111c pe-rdendo os iogares derldo d r"uou na veier de Naw, a
I codo para, ad v, "norte-americana *pObcesso que. Ike .causan .,certos propi era experierncl.a pflbuisa en,
0 eouk para o mundf que a sua I pro6bl(eaa de 4uimwia de, eletri *i frente BOB 'laboratorlos d.e .enlo
VIJ Arsfrairulc&B^ fid. --rn-a-lPj~dd.:^;^ _^,.^ .; Park-. n<-toan- .ll.;nln, 11 aJ s.-2





"".-^/ ''f1'*' > -C C,.1 I. -- ^ r l^ -lJJ~ K fl -lP -u B6U1VV
-o s. 4Aibios .f.n ifs rbmb, o' marSo 1o&eapap neao'o,'. lo0
0 RECEPTOr DBE CARVED A
*.-iec~d(ff'iefB"<'arftcvp'enqrEXPA-NS-AO.DA IFLArHOTIELE~iMT111A
-': pjWZUC& d~lrstLlco.at' gus 1iOVoa -- *-". "''+ "". ni
'" -eo ,^ .. os..b.po *03' tf-abahos 'Ln, labaratoro Oe do_
.:ansei.o %av[ias ooo. llpefo Menlo" Park. 8S6; tijauguradoan oearn
,.de pesqui e. conqulsd a a orrebq- a descb'berta aa receptor de esrviO pa
etam, no alvorecer.d 4rnma .An'C pniri telefone, aparetlo,. oventado
Squo a razdo comeca a enfrfair-se pofA' K Orabam i Bell. ma 'cuja of-
dos.vis sutilsas da cIeiCIO. ": clonicia delays muatto. a desejar.
.. a una n 'o tornandoo portanto. In apilcavel a !.
o"tmentih do fine comercla.s. ;- .. f .
vterdadvs protiran, w^tephenson for Fol eEse receptor de c arvIo' que 'S
"r'nascercm, na locomotlra, as B1- tornon poeslvel a expansao da rg-
Slas de sete leguas da velha historic. diotelefonia, point sca microfonr a
S- Jd no tarda qua betlors prenun- o radio n.o terla tlid o desenvolvl- -
cls favamn pncar na posbibi7de d maento exu-raordlnarfo qu eB- ve-
do sonho de icaro. 9 o espirto riflea par tod a parts.
empoifoa-s pela consttaogdo do OUTrRA DESGOOBERTAS Al
terdadea qua moraya dentra do A oegruinte desooberta do sahoa
Sinentira egos svem mitos. Erioe pea- de Menlo Park tol a maqulna fa-
quisas. Pesquisar no sentldo pro- lante.
,'o .As cos tertioZ, qua rpelar Embora rnaio teahua sido a male
fa. .A cons l qua arlor iportants. Edison nempre the de-
agora lodoas os sea segredpa u poa- dicou umrn caroinho todo especiaL
jibilidades. 0 primelro aparalbo construldo /1C
: AS PRtEIR.AS PROMYSSAS f.coo em 13 dolare.
Sceresivatr 'nro e a paquenos In- ,
Sfol par esse tempo, Ila wrea deo tervalo, Baern don laboratories de _
* sfetenta anos, quando urn garoto Edison o risternma, extuplox, o ml-
qua vendia jornals a frutas num crOtaslnmetro, apirelho qua verifil-
dos "'comboios do Great TrTunk Rail- ca as mati levee mudangas do tem-
peratura o mnegatone, amplifica-
od. mvSten do-S a fattror na 00- doar dos song, a qulneteecoplo. a ba-.
Vrfctel con foaforos, 00"ionsow teria de soluao aloaltlna," 6 seva-
ao-Incndo edo um dos vayoes do rador. magnetico,. de. mtnereoa,. -
'>------.--------inumneras ontras ooleaSe"n; "* :" -'S
A MAYORIWVBWVAO DO MAG)
DO .- WFST ORA! ..
Opiina cura a Opilago -
,-' a o ateIr tnvearga do Tbqang


.4, rainde Inventor, urna organ iLaCdo
formida psl do brayos, d oerebros
e do ioqulnariaos de tanto stgnift-
cado para. a v'da norte-amnerlcana
.a yuqs para o nundo qu a a ua
S. dcstruisce.. ad taL ocorrencia tce-
S nmndoa dnaudita a# vcrf/lcasac,
t importaria sentm duvid pare a po-
dm erose' Rejubilca do yVortp o`nam
catastrofe inats cala mitiosa que. o0'
horrores de 4m4'grande guermre 6
de uma antquiladora derrota.
A rida dcsse cooperador fecundo
e incnsasvet da nossa, eivfluzacdo,
pcla amplitude das sual realizad6cs
a pelo sew aigniftcado piara a 6poca
at faZ, apresenta o aspect dd wurn
episodia prcestablecldoa, urt' aci-
dente waravUhoso sablainenie fi-
xado pelo- determiniamo queo- rege
a et'oltUfo huimana "'no. tnstante
preclso do naoScer d4 umn mundo
nova, inmundo rufdoso de irepidaido
a ropidex e quo para tal teria de
.'plaglar, j4. agora- deniro da ra-
,i' r io., os' mitos de' todas as dras
e as milagres de todoe as "mogos
a, ntigos.' Edison. apareca. entdo co-
'-eno umn dos graupdes-. Vagicq dease
Snotd cdto do' prodigioa. Ndo'po0-
derlramos viver, triunfalmento a
e..osa dpoca ien" as crcaqc6" qua
: ele aoa leba. .Comd na' palar'Pa de
SThaackeray, ele' ch- osot no nomndto
j vradcso;-<. aflt .(-plica-so per-'d
-,' fetta'hente dentrb do 'aeu tempo:
Sera ltnirescindivelt e pbr ,tsso Tes-
no prte osa.'. ";'.,,.: ..'
'Alguns filolagosi tem considerado
como m dos '" tnomentos' mat s
r ectraordinsrlos. 'e,' tamberm,, mals
'. ezplicave "do'.. espiro. ; i urmano,
Zoquele.szgue ficoitr-'aslnalad9,- ."a
apm -de IsrJee de Tng(aterra, pelo
aparecim-tnto'c Shakehpeare e don
a,: n spePreanrs. y A fd.e "..-luslre
dos d&scobari*'ntos hatsy, rTcudo
par distanciaiS .imensas 'as. hori
Sonl-es do -muido, e.sde'. repente,
'. perpkxt pelod espectoaculo- de tan-
*. las ertcnsdes'novos, a.alma., orgu-
T hosa, qvis lguana-las7, ampllando-se
*. tambem, -no senltido ds deascobri-
'; n w lenfos lt 'iores. ,. ". .- .
$ >sEs".-"eorh tan Ma rwloiae;. 3ares-
wfro-^aohretddo. ShaTesveare, sdo


I doe aparelhosa. Ooniecutivamente
trabglha em Memphis e em Louts-
ville .perdendo os logares devido d
Sobccssdo `qu,. the' vausfw cerlos
|roblemat d4 qdtnimica de6 eledri
cfdad6. ,\. ," *' ,* -' .. .. "
EH NVOI*%' iOoK
; 6 m 16,.-chagagt fqTov. Yorlt coin
alguns centavos apenas no bolso.'
Urn dia, tendo eso apresentado
nos escritorlosa da Law Gold Re-:
porting Telegraph Company, & pro-
cura de emprego, preeencla umrn de-
sarranjo no mparelho do fitsl qua
daia as cotac6es do auro, compra-
do a vendldo na Bolsa de Nova
lork.
0 Inventor do aparelho. um dr.
Lows, chamado,' As preseas, nag
coneegue descobrlr a defelto." "
Edison, quo hi dlas vinha estu-
deando o. mecantrmo,: uferece-se
para concerta-lo e .consegue-o.
2g entlo contratado lmedlata-
mente coma chefs doe apaxelhos,
corn o ordenado de 200 dolares men-
sale; duranto dole anon trabalha
nessa companhia, benieflelando o
aparelhtfamento com variesa Inven-
Coes, entire ela o' listema quadru-
plex,' corn o quam] poupa' cerca de
500 mll dolares anuals a mconstru-
vio do Ulnhai, 'quo.de outra mode
esrlam forcbsamento gastoa.- .. -
Ao fire desse tempo, a companhia
em recompense doe bons' serviCom
preatados, da-the 40.000 dolarea e
corn eaea Importanct-a, Edie6n mon-
a- uma peqoen, fabric 'em No-
"wark,. onde. pouc tempo depolls,
irabalbam 160 boren.s sob aS auans
ordent. -. I
Erm' l787., .reaolvendo dedicar-sae,
azxclusivamernte &L" nduptr[atizaBoo
do suan InvenC6en,. eastabelece-se
era. Menlo. Park; N.- 3J. pars onile
* transport, tLodaes -o?aparelhbo de
New a .rc.- "'_,- t[, -.<\ .- .", '.
(A.'Px, rna~xas rh z$ u-.*,EHM '
..-,.' *W' WEST -.O-RAGE -. A ",
SMalt tarde, emh.iS7, no'tAiulto
de fundas' um grande nucleo Indus-
trialt" adqulre, emr; West Orango,
urma extensa area- de terrenc, Le-
vantando a "eeguit a. "prImeIra fa-
brica.s /. ,... .: ,
Urna das prfmelras Invenc'esi do
Edison enrd Newark, .fol' um. slste-
Mia de Leiegrafe.'automatito; no dual
Ja& vluba. Lrabalhbnd)ojba-.- algum
tempo.' ... -, ',
' ea "e* 'gSX. ," .' da ." a r o"a a


missrao, J& EdaiOn 'avi, expert-
mentado corn aucesso substituir a
I fibra por um tlo de celilose qua ae s
-eallzou na. veaspera do Naal, a
p,4rielra ezperle'licia p tlltca' em
Sfront aos 'jaboratorlos de Menlo
tFark. oadql.'nra" I.trntnidan ,el'-
Stricaficnte 700 lamTrpad9nS, pcrante
Urna enbrmd muttidao. vnnda ex-
pressanlernte de Nova York parsa
aselstir ao fenormno. .
' Alrm &. realizasco clentltles,
Edison quiz ainda transporter o eteu
Invent parsa o terreno pratlco, e
emr 189!. depots de quasi tree aios
de trabalhoae continues. Inaugural
em Nova York a prirnelra estacAo
ce.ntra.l eletrica, depols do tLer fun-
dado a 17 de dezembro de. 1880, a
Edison Electric Illuminating. Comn-
parny.
A tInauguracio dos servilom rea-
Jlzou-se a t4 de qetembro'. de-833.,
As 15 horaL s . .;". : -. *,
Neese moment entrava 0i vapor
no gerador "Jumbo' e a cdrrente
eletrica percorria a rde de 6ndu-
tores subterranen.os -
Estava'a clvlllzacao dotda 'deo
tnils um melhoramento, considers-
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NO TERRENO DA.UL-QIMICA
f Durante a guerra, EDdIson fol con-
vidado a cooperar co n oa' overno
americano na montagem de; vartas
fabricas de produton quimloos, con-
segulndo.verdadelros mLiagre9'co-
mo, por exemplo,o' de crear urna 1
InstalaeCao produtorade benzol em I
4i dias. -'- ..; .' I
AlIrm dies4 o; seud auzlilares, I
Lrabalhando Intensamente. debaJzo
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Wash' ni~jo n Li e--,oe; c,-.I lizaram-se nas qujtmIca stntoti~a, fa- Iuno etitre aso doze pergatiras
W.On2 bJrcando tad q~~O zaram-= na qucomia rntera, a- habltuiala, flgurararr as Etgulritts:
r r lbricando todo oa carpal necesas- Quem fol Cleopatra e coma mar-
-^cipa94;Ao^ dtio Ic tabrcai;o de explosive. reu? Qual 6 a capital da Bociila?
BHa dols anoa atras celebrou-se Quem descobrlu o Brasll? Qual a
n* DO unlverso Intaielro'o S0O aniler- rnaclonalldade de Beethoven?
sarla da lampada Incandeacentoe a Aconteceu qua oa estudante]s
," *.-,. -, ,, -' hom enagem s g ue u ol lacitarn en oe es- a harm q ua E diaon form ulava o
m p o r Qfe o "," n %.S l _% .4 ,e c o lh ld a p a r to d a s a s n a c se a c o n e e q u e s t io n a r io c o rn p ro r ,utaa s
m poraneo a66 6 d s'!,lutiu a Iluminacao oeerlca das multo dificels a apelaram para 0
S" principals cidadeo do mundo. 'The New York Times" que. por
u ..itnd ; r i' .,-..". 1- ,'' M Durante a sua vid. l ntera, Ed!- mus aez apelou para Edison, dando
^11 ^ir nn^^my.^r^'-'-'.1" '>0" "F. de,^" a? rm~ecer' razao son estudantes, pols qua
'L dd so eacrltorlo, dirlgIlndo sempre, de achava tambem quo as pergunta.
.'` pori, sou multiple negoclon, tra- eram bancanie complex qe e .,
"" *"', .63. ^'i balhando em media 15 horas por Henry Ford se subm teease ao me--."
l',e, .-''i aLt6 quo a doeonca a agora mo exame, arla& fatalmente lnba-
tieio 0 arranenramn A atividade. bli lado.
.eir:e M O..Pryida N^UNW.DCD ,A Thomas AJva Edison naaceu a 1 :
4. Asa ~experlonclas do Thomas Ed- do fverairo do 1847, m Milan, Es-
.1 tminou gan aftlo me-cingiram edmoenteo td oOlIornapra
tEm' p ,.umJO etudo eme quao a ifamso m1- Em 1916 recobia o premio Nobe. s
Pooit s' bi dolcou- corn ala so outu- do il a. A Frana, para. rcona-
asmo te rr`Wien~s~tv ~e do d: Vuds e da marts do genera c ervas orlcm p~roatndos A burns-;
cW ~ ~ ~ ~~ '~~' humnao. astride erie a quo 810 pro- ndd.cnei-bc 38 A
)' 'i .prlo denorninou do teorla da. "unt-! gr.u de. conoru-helr d m 1.,e 78. a;,"
"~Vpni dooznno doleas C un -grin do easalbeira da Le'gift 'do
dads da "ida". Honra. A Itails. par sus vez, tam-_
SDepot do mlnucltsa ea poesqulzam, bemrn homenageou o grande genlo.'.
Interrgado en.ts yes al.o as e- americano a a Irglaterra conceden-.
sutauoEua obtidas, '. Close Edison: la o .ttulo do membro d, BocleYs .v
-A / .'Creto quo & ,vida, Como aimaterLa, o t Arts of Groat Britaln r''-., ..' -'"
B InideetrutvaL. Sempre houve cartsa ovfe Ass o if L q
.E.',6ld.d eanets! mundo axis. i.- s has h Que' ata..
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Km 1.9B9, chess a Nova Torlr cOrI
a guns centa6no apenas no bol-o.'
Urn dia, tpndo seo apresentaido
nO8 ec'rl.c-riosa da Law Gold Ro-
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trioamdtille OO d ereawta
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presaaTente ae Noas. York :.Par,
assplstir an fenomno. .
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& :Ut e ho da 'Umo .ra -qa tperai# Ad .i -
bmastituem -'Estas unids- probloma ea comundcar-ge"o'of
ded .Tofazem constantemenre os te- A diatanclas J fonr atacado 50?'.*:
cldoe do nuano corpo Para subeti- mas ficAraa um ponto qae-.T.lda-
tulr aqueleo quo ao gastam. Vlglam nrio era umea a.lIrmasCo satlf.ti-.
,a8 lungSen dos dlverson orgios da rla'- era, antes, urna nangustiosa .
mooms. maneira quo as engenbel- conastataco do qua nile podia o s-' "
ros do ma' unaina do energia ela- genbo humane vencer, conquFstar. .
trica elam para. quo a maqulira do uma vex o nflsterlao das colans
funI .ne em perfalto estado. Quan- e dan suas suns fars r ea cmlnhos-
do as condigles do corpo nAo sllo ocultoa. NOs vimoa como Edleon -
main satitsfeitorla, seJa por urns reallzoe esan conqufata. .com :.' *1
etrniadde fatal, snea par urnm acl- -quadonplex" e o receptor de car-''..
dente on poi Idadeo, as entidades vao. Depolan, 6 a gravaCAo da o .-
Sabandonam o eorpo aimplesmente, humans quo encrntra nEls o sea .
delxando pouoo trials quo uma es- realIzador definitive. Ma & hn U '
Stratura, Vazila Como e.o trabalha- manidade qua sempre teve a re-,
dores. IncarrsavelIs, 'uroauramn na- solver, na nmetade de cada dia, o
turalmente faxer mals alguma coisa problems da eEcurida. depols Ce
Entla, ou entrain no eorpo da on- alruns nmllenloa do evolu.ao, :vvi2a- -
Itro indJviduo ou comecam o seu la- ainda presa As comnpllcac6es 'e di-
Sbor' em algumas outra Ufrma de ticuldades do arcoe volailco, bas12 "
ylda.r de todas as esperangas anterlores'.
Teernmlnando' a exposl;ao de nua Era, por6m, ease urnm sisLtem, do.'
teaorla sabre a "Limidade da vida, Ilumlnacio cariBsimo a quoe afiniaJ,'
din Edison: "no agregado de Indl. so servia, como ainda hojo, pa.ras. -
vidualidades qua .-chamamos ho- casos raros, especialissimaa a.pl-,
mem" ha gercas de 93 -1- do traba- caches. Mas surge em Menlo FPark ..
lhadores e 5 *1 de diretores. Aque- Ia magico. Eib ja conseguir'alro
les 'lho ae podem deter logo quo do nova para as esperanvas ha- ,
iaja algo qua os obrlgue a so re- manna o promote novos rumos." .
tlrar daqnilo qua fol o carpo de malorea facllldadesA a vida. dos ho-: ;
umn home. Tem ,.uo ne localizar mens durante a noitee mesmo da-J"
era outra parte pars construir, par rante o din, em today a parts en. ,
exemplo, Urma ervore, uma herva, ocaslfo em sums, em que me torie "
seja o que tfor, sempre trabalhan- preclsa a luz. Ele vei prorover .--
do sob a direcAo dos de tipo supe- o bemrn etar Da vida social, deseri-,
nor qua entree elea exlstemo cantando de urna vez a treva, di-
Nro moane IntereEaente 6 a opi- luindo-a numa luz tIci quo powder* -
slao quo Edison tails da marie do ser at6 um brinquedo do crianak.:
nhaone. QuaEnd dixemos quo mor- poermltlndo malor aproveftamento..
oim. Quandomn dizemos qurria motr- do tempo no prazer ou no. traba-.-.
re nm hoEds n discorria certa |ho, proplclando urnma extraordlna-a".*
e Ediseon am calrta srenidoa a. expanse A capaclrdado do ho--
termo s eateo, ]pals o agregado a emproea c 0IaiG
quo bhamaronos home delxi do ime pare operar cam o tnainimo r .n
* funcinancmaos t na pdld n d n rendimento de sus energla, em to- :
* unclonar comno ta a in3ao p6do con- os a campos da cultural e da pro..;
tnuar sendo cama do bomed Mat dudo. Ele val abrlr novas e itf-: .
a expreu sor o a i de todo exata niltEoa horlzontes A clencia, 6. Irdos- .
Be uizermo dzer quo a vida quee triL e ao comercio, gerarndo, mao-
havia nesse homern delou do eoi- verdo o multipllcando riquezas paP
tir. As unldades do vida que forn-a- ra um desenvolvimento qua D3cQ
vam o homernm rieo morreram ape- terl. imltes.
nas saemrn do mecanismo pouco
lmportante qua estavam hablLando E' ainda Tomrs Edison, o mago
e que se chamava homem e qu da nosa ra, Quo chega a Mento .
havia aidlo tornado .por equievoco Park, Instals a se'u plueno ao-_. -
C.rmo tndlvidua escolhemrn algumi, relho e iiumra detinltiJ'alrante
nIten terrenos. -
outra habitaro'a" ou "babtac,,s".n undo ceiebrou. ha dot an" .
Quil.l se No convertm em forvea O munce- ebrouo e urn ar-
arlmda d agomas u eae aconte,:lmento que 6 um m r-
nada d alg mas u de muitas o na sua hlstorla. corn atos Quo
outran cians. C
Drss puoenas. entiddon o connsagraram. pars sempre o invea-
Esas pequenas entldade1s onetor come um dos seus g.andes Le-
tenho a resperanC.a do descobrir, rnemrnerlos.
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o home nfo morreramrn ape- terA. limits.
t saem do mecanismo pouco
,rtante quo estavamn habitando V ainda Torns Edison, a mayo
e so charnava banern e quo da nossa &ra, quo chega a Menlo
Sq Park, instala o seu pequeno aps-: J
a asida tornado- por equivoco, rk, ins dettaaso tna.. i-
j'o dividduo e escolhem algum% nrltie terrona s.' -
i r"ihabitaglo".U "-ala e" no1tion terrenas." ..
".a habltaevo.ou n"habttates". 'o mundo celebrou, ha dols ans,.
'asoe s conveom em, frta ease acontecimento que 6 urnm mar-.
-ad e alg mmas ouCd mutas co ma u sua histaria, corn atos qua
['as caists.: -' lvn
-as pequena. ntdades -u- consagraram para sempre o InvEn-
s pequenar entdades tor como umrn dos seus grande be-
Sa eoperanca de descobrlr, nemeritos.
:egue Edison, sS.o, todavia, en- A more vem pols spenas ":omo
des animals, mas quem as criou urn derradeiro detalhe de vida ter-
r-ara onde v.o depcis quo aban- rTna na mortalldade da Sua gloria.
am o corpo" Nio o sol. Penso
vao habitar outro corpo, mas A .0"A. EXATA DO DESEL-AC'
tenho sobre Ibso Informacfu al- LAC I
-,a positive". WEST ORANGE; 18 (U. T. B.).
"ROBLEKA DA. COMUNICACAO 0 grand Inventor Thomas Edi-.-
%TRB A. VIDA E A NORTH son faleceu hojo nests cidade As
So s e a e 3 horas a 24 minutes.
50 Sproblema. absarveu a aten- Assistiram oa ultlmos moment,1 "
do grande sablo durante umn do grand bemfeitor da Humanr-
:-o perlodo a sua taorua es- dade% sun senhora e seus sels fl- .
: to arralgada am seu cerebro hoas.
o grand Inventor chegou a "
-truir um apareJho conm o qual AS MANIFESTACOES DE PEZAt
tendJa se comunicar, depolts do DO GOERKNO BRASILEIRO .
-ito, com as "unjdades do vida" Por motive do faleclrento do
constUtuiram umrn ser bumano. Thomas Edison, o sr. Afranlo deo
-ilson, qua naquela ocasiflo cha- Mello Franco, minlstro do Exterior.
j mats urna e's sobre sl a aten- envlou ao sr. Henry Stlmson, se- ,
de todo a mundo Justtlcou a cretarlo de Estado americano, o ne-. I
idea da seagulnte manelra: "Da guinte telegram: 'A nagClo brast-.
ma maneira quo uma chlspa leira recebeu corn grande sent)-
rica faz detonax ur canhILo com mento a notlicla do desapareclmen..,
!Is tntinitamente malores que to do notavel clentlsta americano' |
,uSa o asslm com urn home. Thomas Edison. Em nome dela e
'r 0 sen poder do Urn ottavo do nor a
alo dev foroa. pr am oo do governor braslletro, ron a ..
ala do forea, pOe em avImento v. exa. transmitir so povo amern-'.
-;as qu o sou cerebro no pOde can a exprso do nossau since-. .
.pnrt.r, assim tambom on tenh raes condolencla.. (a.) Arranlo '
-peranCa do construir urn ma- d Mollo Franco, minlstro do x.' .
remno do senslbilidade delica-
:,ma e de grande poder, no qun! tenor.
.rnpalpavels unldades do vidada UIA MENSAGEM DE CONDO4. ''
-:onaltdade soe tornera senslvels LENCLAS DO SR. LAVAL '
.-:am se registrar". PARIS,. 19 (H.) Do borddo 6'. '
rites de proceder As experlenclas "Ile do France" comunlcam queo. ",'f
-7 o aparelho que Inventou. Edi- assim qua tvs notlcla da morte da : 'k
nao estava plenaments certo Edison, o chefs do governor, or. '."
'1U0 obterla eto mas ao assuruto Laval, dirlgiu ao governor yankee e ':
rcndete emplgAra d ta sfamllia do setinto mensagens de ,:
-,ira que. falando s.,bre a sua condolencias em qua assinalava ,
xima oexperiencla, exclamava. grand perda sofrida pela human t.
-'1 arroubo de eloquencla: NAo dade inteira corn o desapareclmen. '
u convencldo do que a comuni- to do llustre sablo.
;o corn os mortos poas& seo es- -
'lecida. Tenho duvldas. 3 por CERCA DE 700 PATE.NTEI. DE ;
-. quo realizarlot minhas expe- 1.^VECO .. '.
iclas, pols se nao'acredltasss na NOVA YORK 19 (H.) N- 6'Jori ".
Sposslbilldade tilao o tentarla. nals consagra 'paginas Intalras & ;'
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enho S Khi dtO T" tO REB U bflar a\^ 'Sl l s a cnJ 7 eiAl ^te.Ia c r
ritos 1rig'ldkatos frilhbes' dk in- Ie dlrtrduda in so 41l.1.1
-tas foramn -osU'.'iisa (Obbo) do urea. fatlfal z tra"ma'
.ldads era aoarente a penselna meri pobre. ..Obigado, .no 12 "la;
Fitencla de algfma fOrma de ma an ao, a ganbar a vida,' fe-so ven-'
Bea natureza e to cruel como dedor do jornals. Era numa daos (a-'
-ece. A natureza I um tigro qriire es main graves da guerra civil.: -"
da a Idda de uma provldencla Edison tinha de trarnsportar jor- '
reca. n. ials centre varlas localldade e ner ',
-]tinuiando ToieB moeroe do Con- sempre as folhas receblam, no sair .'.
';Bs sobre' o agstiunto, diz do trern, urna acolhida compeias- .
.1 Thomas Edison: "AIguem 'dora. Dando a primelra provaa'd. d Io
n ue' expllcar esse problems: Seu agudd engenho, Edison ntOn-...'
-ueam tern oue Inlciar clentiflca- deu-se com a companhia ferrovia-..'.'.
nte 6 trlbalim. Tenhd esperana- rIia para quj eatsLa, anles do stia,: -,.
que as minhas atlvldades po.- chegada ,A.s estaqCes, envlasse polo *.
-n par ern'-Ato oulnhentas outran telegrafo notlclas suclntas oue de- .
est~gtaqOes.. *-Pbsao" trabalhar pertazsem. a curlosldade do publl-' I.
is 10 a'nos' no' problema; outroan co Assim se fez, @ dat por deantei,' ."
lerlto trabalhar em busca da a. odeasembarcar, Edison era assal-
ognita, vinte, trinta, quarehta. tado, -in cada. estaao, por grupos a
ze'ntos ansri, podem se esgotar compatos qua se disputavam oa s F
-n oue se chliegiie a. resultados. Em jornais, pgando par eles urn pree '
lidade oa.aeroplanho, a.o-vapor mealor do.que o habitual.
-am Inventajoa ha mllhares do A Aon 21 anos, o lovern eletrlcist .
-Alguentd*o InIan a trabarT logi-rou-obter a sua primeira paten-
'Aln erds icu o"t, ah ?te de tnveneao e sos 28 vendeu por
e atida nAb esatA coapdlqld.. A tim milhio de francs o seu proces-
:ota tern que ser lanada. astou so do reglsto automatic das cota-:'.
-tando de o aftaxer". 5es financelras.
-Assitm enson c aBsln falouTho- Fot corn esa coma quo fun-lou o
.S A. Edison' sobre a vridase a laboratorlo do Menlo Park, donde ..
'rtet. -. satiram tantas maravilhosas desco.
t "STANDABtDb DA CVLTUE bertas,' como o fonogr-fo, o teld-
DOS JOVENS YANKEES grafo, a sextupla transmlsslo, etc., '
1 e d.i. Pesquisaa. -do ga.btiOe outras menqs conhecldas, como a 0 i,
oespritao tdl deua quo Ale da sonda. magnetic para extraCgo
'naoso era de tal ordem que 61 de minereos do ferro e as quo tan i,
-olveu peEsquisar o "Btandard" da ta apllcaCgo tlveram durante a
Itura dos ovens estudantes do Guerra .
a patrla. Pars consegulr o seu Edison, que costunavs dlzcer (u -
:etiaro, Edison Instltulu um.m Bi- a sus obra represerntava 1 64o 'do
a,-de "enquotes" anuals entree Insplracao 0 99 -16 de transplranlo,
os os alunoas das enoolas supe- deixa ceraes do 700 patpntee deo In-
roen dos Estados Unidos. 0 alu- venCao. As honras tributadas ao '
que enviasse 'as'melhores raes- genio nao o desnorteavanm o st o
-tat saria, o galardoado. fim da vida perslatln em conrlde1
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bEKARTMENT OF
HORTICULTURE
September 22, 1931







Dr. P. H. Rolfs
Vicosa, Minas Gerais,
Brazil;

Dear Dr. Rolfs:

I have for acknowledgment the receipt of your

letters of Avgust 24th and 29th and also the seeds of

Araucaria brasiliana. Part of the seeds will be germinated

and grown here and part have been sent to the Homestead sub-

station. We are indeed pleased to have these and, as other

species of Araucaria seem to be quite well adapted in some

sections,this tree probably offers considerable promise right

at the start.

Instead of sending bulletin 171, as requested, I

have taken the liberty of having sent to you our number 221

which supersedes the former publication on tung-oil.

1Thanking you for the seeds and with best personal

regards, I remain

Yours very truly,





HAROLD MOWRY

Associate Horticulturist.


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Sumnit, Canal Zone,
October 24, 1931.

Dr. P. HK. Rolfs,
Consultor Technico de Agricultura de E. de Minaes,
Ticosoa, )inas-Gerais, Brazil.

1y dear Dr. Rolts:

I thank you for your letter of September 20th and for the separate,
with photographs, concerning anti-lepric plants. All of this iu very inter-
esting. I would like to make several inquiries of you relating to this
subject.

First, do you have any pedigreed mother trees of Taraktogenua
kurzii? And have you found a wide variation in yields of trees of this
species? It may be the answer to these questions is in your publication which
I have not yet examined with sufficient care. If you have an English trans-
lation I would be very grateful to receive a copy and would find the advice
very much more accessible than the one which you sent me.

I am interested in the matter of getting seed of Carpotroche
braailienais. We received some last year from Washington, but it was not
viable. It has occurred to me that it might be possible for us to secure
some from Brazil direct, by Pan American Airways express. I understand that
the rate runs somewhere about .i80 per pound from Rio de Janeiro. What
would be your nearest air port? And how large are these seeds? That is,
approximately how many per pound? Do you think they could be packed in
very slightly moistened moss and shipped to us by air? At what season of
the year would fresh seeds be available?

After receiving this information from you, I will write you again
in regard to such shipment. Of course any expenses involved in a matter of
this kind we would expect to pay.

I presume you have Onooba echinata--if not, and if you care for
seed, we can send it to you in any quantity you may desire.


Yours very truly,


3. E. HIGGINS,
Director.


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RIO DE JANEIRO
BRAZIL


October 23rd, 1931.


Mr,
G. Ralfs.
Esaola Superior de Agricultura e Veterinarie do
Estadu de Minas Gerues.
VIGOSA.
Estedo de Minms Geraes.


Dear Sirs-

Replying to your letter of October 8th, I wish
to apologize for not answering it before an.i I eam very glad
to hear that you have six outside members for the University
Club.

I was waiting for the complete organization of the
club to answer your letter, but only now the committee prepar-
ed everything and f general meeting is going to take place
and then if the lub is organized I will be gled to send to
you the i nformi tion required.

Meanwhile, I would thank you very much if you were
kind enough to send me the names, addresses and the name of
the school, as well as degree and the year, of the six probable
outside members you speak about.

Thanking you for your kind attention,1. am

Yours very truly,






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WESLEY M. CARR
LENTr DO DrPARTAMIENTO
DO NOVO TrSTAMCNTO DA FACULDADE DE THEOLOGIAN
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D-O GRANBERY


Juiz de F6ra, Iiinas

Oct. 25, 1931


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Dear Miss Rolts,


Since I am .iust now ,-etting caught lup vwith' the sleep

that I lost on rmy trip to Viosa, I am sure that you will accept

this belated note of thanks for the entertainment as well as the

many- other favors received from you and Dr. "olfs. I do rnot knov

when I have really enjoyed a visit so i,'uch. Besides the pleasant

stay in your home and the tennis which is about half my life, it

did my eyes good to feast theirm on a real school that is plannrmed to

do big things and that is realizing, its pl-ns.

Vie got back to Juiz de F6ra without any miishaps excepting

the "mrixto" dinner in S. Geraldo, and a lost hat. V.Wile,' w-ent to

sleep in the ford and lost his hat, I ir cohir out in the most

wonderful ne".' coat of skin .you "iost -ever sa'w,. 0,ie of the students

here compli.nented '"e today by say:rin7 tht I resembled a "largeta'.

I sent your clothes bag :,,yesterda,-ay by post. Thank you very

much for the use of it. Colleglo Sylvio Leite of Pe-Liropolls is here

nolr playing various na.Ies v'ith Granbery. I will ask some of the

players to t!ake the tcels to I.'rs. Long. B-- the wy, the Japonese

played singles against Sylvio Leite today and ,';on 672,6Y0. Ve

also played basket-ball and v;on.

Excuse 're for turnir,; a note of thanks into a ne,'s let ern

and once mo-re will you and, your father please accept my personal

thanks and the thanks of my colleagues and transit our tthLn]:s to

Dr. Mueller and the other me'inb-rs of the faculty and student bod,-

v:ho entertained us on the tennis courts and otherwise.

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GERAL E Ur.I SUB-DIRECTOR ESCOL-
HIDOS PELO DiTO CONSELHO DIRECTOR,
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CANAS.


UNIAO PAN-AMERICANA


WASHINGTON. D. C.. E. U. A.


ARGENTINA HAITi
BOLIVIA HONDURAS
BRAZIL MEXICO
CHILE NICARAGUA
COLOMBIA PANAMA
COSTA RICA PARAGUAY
CUBA PERLP
EQUADOR REPUBLICAN
DOMINICANA
ESTADOS UNIDOS SALVADOR
GUATEMALA URUGUAY
VENEZUELA


18 de setembro de 1931.


Prezado Senhor:


Corn o fim de forLmflar o programna da Segunda Conferencia
Inter-Americana de Agricultura e ir reunindo e compilando methodica-
mente o material para a organizaqao dos asswnptos a serem tratados
nesta Conferencia, a Unifo Pan-Americana solicita, encarecidamente,
a essa Commisslo NIacional de Cooperaao Agricola que se sirva reinetter
relatorios trimestraes sobre o desenvolvimento dos acontecimentos
agricolas mais importantes ocorridos eo seu paiz durante ease period.
Esses relatorios deverao center, al6m disso, uma relaao dos problems
que affectwam mais directasnente as industries agro-pecuarias nacionaes.

SCaso, porgm, a Comnissao desse paiz nao esteja organizada
em forma definitive, muito The a2radeceria interessar-se para que se
reunam os membros e nomeiem os funccionarios que hao de diri-ir os
trabalhos dessa Coraaissao e que serao responsaveis a mesaa pela
execuqgo effective dos trabalhos prescriptos. iluito lhe agradeceria
qualquer collaborago na realizaQgo deste trabalho, que tanta impor-
tancia tern para todos os raizes interessados.


Iha expectativa de receber brevemente uma resposta de V. S.
aproveito a opportunidade para apresentar-lhe os meas protestos de
cordeal estima e consideraqgo.






L. S. IR07E,
Director Geral.





L S. ROWE
DIRECTOR GENERAL


E. GIL BORGES
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR


THE PAN AMERICAN UNION
IS THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
MAINTAINED BY THE TWENTY-ONE
AMERICAN REPUBLICS FOR THE DE-
VELOPMENT OF GOOD UNDERSTANDING,
FRIENDLY INTERCOURSE, COMMERCE
AND PEACE AMONG THEM; CONTROLLED
BY A GOVERNING BOARD COMPOSED
OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE
UNITED STATES AND THE DIPLOMATIC
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AND ASSISTED BY A STAFF OF INTER-
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EDITORS, COMPILERS, TRANSLATOR
AND LIBRARIANS.


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WASHINGTON. D. C., U. S. A.


ARGENTINA
BOLIVIA


HAITI
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BRAZIL MEXICO
CHILE NICARAGUA
COLOMBIA PANAMA
COSTA RICA PARAGUAY
CUBA PERU
DOMINICAN SALVADOR
REPUBLIC
ECUADOR UNITED STATES
GUATEMALA URUGUAY
VENEZUELA


October 15, 1931.
C.3^


Dr. P. H. -.olfs,
.onsultor echnriico de Agricultura
do Etado de Pinas Geraes,
Vi.-osa, inas "e-aes, rasil.



L'ear Dr. Rolfs:


In'reply to your letter of S.- terber 14th, may I express my
gratitude and pleasure upon learnin- of the interest being taken by
you and Dr. Francisco de Assis Iglesias in the organization of a :at.c..nasl
Committee of Agricultural cooperationn in 3:razil. After reading the copy
of your letter to --r. Assis Iglesias, I feel that you have analyzed
Brazil's pro&T Ieris quite clearly and u-"-ested a solendid pro'rr,':i for
their betterment,- this to be worked out partly throu-h the orLanizstion
of a committee of a ricultural cooperation alon_ the lines which you
su'--est. I shall be very .Tla. to receive the names and or sanizi.tion of
the coimrittee when it has been definitely forr:i-,.


MaI I say that I have no knowled -e of the forthcoming "''Pn
American A`ricultural ^on're.s, meeting in 1932 in :-uenos Aires which
you mentioned in your letter of Au.-_-ust 26th to Dr. Assis I-lesias.
'he First Inter-American conferencee of Agriculture, '-!hlic met in '.'ashin.-
ton, D. C., : epte!,i-.Ier &-.u', 1930, decided to hold a second conference
about five -'er: thereafter, if possible, at a time and place to be
decided by the Governing "'oard of the Par. American Union.

ith kind re "-uds, I am,


Ver:,r truly yours,





i. S. Rowe,
Director General.








IMPRENSA OFFICIAL DO [STADO DE MINAS GERAES


L'ell,. icri-cn3,: 17 -i.e Outubro


de 195 1


Exma Senhorita Claris-e


Acuso receber seu pedido, que muito gosto providenciei a resppito,
o artigo do editorial Contra a Lepra" na pagina 8 foi elaborado por
Dr Mario Casasanta (Actual Diretor da Imprensa).


Juhato envio


9 "Minas Geraes" a 300 2700
Porte correio......... 300
3o000oo
Total recebido 32000


Queira aceitar os meus protests elevada considcragao

sbs:

E Horacio de R lat

Em tempo: Mk Recomendsgoes ao Dr Rolfs.







L. S. ROWE E. GIL BORGES
DIRECTOR GERAL SUrDIRECTOR


A UNihO PAN AMERICANA
UE m. ORG-NIZACAO IANTIDA PELAS
VINTE E UMIA REPUELICAS ArI-RI
CANA,3 503 A DiRECCAO DE UM4 CON
SELlO DiPECTOR CCNMPOSTO DO SE-
CRETRIO DE ESTADO ',S ESTADOJ
UNlDOS E REPRESENTATIVES OrPLOMATI.
COS DETOD, S A S I-ACOES SIMERICANAS
E AD.IrINSTRADA POR Um DIRECTOR
GERAL E UiJ SuB-DIRECTOR ESCOL-
HiDOS P-LO DiTO CONSELHO DIRECTOR,
COM A ASSISTENCIA DE EDITORS.
TRADUCTOES. ESTATISTICOS. COrIPILA-
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POR OBJECTO 0 DESEN'.'OLVIMIENTO
COMMERCIAL 0 INTERCURSO DE
AMiZADE E A BOA INTELLIGENCIA
ENTREE TODAS AS REPUBLICAN Ar.IERI-
CAJAS.




Prezado Senhor:


UNIAO PAN-AMERICANA


ARGENTINA
BOLIVIA
BRAZIL
CHILE
COLOMBIA
COSTA RICA
CUBA
EQUADOR
ESTADOS Ut
GUATEMALA


WASHINGTON, D. C.. E. U. A.


HAITI
HONDURAS
MEXICO
NICARAGUA
PAN.ANMA
PARACUAY
PERU
RZPuBLICA
DOMiNICANA
NIDOS SALVADOR
URUGUAY
VENEZUELA


16 d.e setembro de 1931.



%'-^W 3


A Uniao Pan-Americana esta preparando material de estudo sobre
os problems quo podergo ser considerados para inclusao no programme
da Segunda Conferencia Inter-Americana de Agricultura.


Entre esses problems, um qae reclama inmmediata attendeo e o
estudo das causas e dos caracteres da rise agricola nos paizes ameri-
canoe,'
08.Z105.


A Uniao Pan-Americana esta se dirigindo actualmente As Commissoes
Nacionaes de Cooperaqgo Akricola estabelecidas nos paizes da America, e
solicitando 'um comprehensive informed sobre os seguintes pontos.


1. Causas nacionaes e internacionaes da rise agricola.
2. Caracteres da rise.
3. A incidencia da rise mundial na agricultura national.
4. Fornma e extensao em que a rise affect os diversos pro-
ductos da industria agricola national.
5. Suggest~es quanto a remedios para eliminar as causes da rise
e para diminuir as suas consequencias e quanto & forma em
que a cooperaqo inter-americana pode contribuir a esses re-
sultados.


A Uniao Pan-Americana muito grato ficaria se a Commissao Nacional
de Cooperaoao Agricola desse paiz se servisse prestar a esta solicitaoao
a atteng-o que requer a magnitude e a importancia destes problems, e
conta corn a collaborag-o dessa Commniissao para contribuir a umr estudo pro-
fundo destas questSes de vital importancia para o presented e o fturo da
industrial agricola nos paizes de America.


Outrosim, a Uniao Pan-Americana muito agradeceria o envio do re-
latorio da Commissao em tempo para ser recebido ate o primeiro de Abril





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de 1932, data em que serao ordenados methodicEadiente os resultados desta
investigaqao para submissto A Commissao Permanente de Agricultura do
Conselho Directore, em seguida, ao exame das commisoSes technical inter-
americanas que informarto quanto aos aspects technicos dos problems
que poderao ser considerados para inclusAo no prograinma da Segunda
Conferencia Agricola Inter-Americana.

Aproveito a opportunidade para apresentar a V. S. os sentiments
da minha distinct consideragao e apreco.


Director Geral.




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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY
WASHINGTON
BOTANY


September 19, 1931.



My dear friend,
Your letter of August 29th has been received. I am very glad
to hear from you but you do not give me directions for shipping the
grasses to the college. These things are so precious to me that
I cannot bear to think of their being sidetracked somewhere by the
Custom's Office. Thanks very much for the clipping from ti Journal.
I am very glad Dr. Campos Porto is in charge of the Jardim Botanico.
i letter from him to the Department of Agriculture some time ago asking
for old publications to fill out a series for the library was referred
to this office. I hunted around and sent him all the missing numbers
I could and wrote him I would be on the lookout for the rest. I thought
then that he must be still connected with the Jardim, at least unofficially*

I had a postal card from Mrs. Mexia without date orloc lity, but
saying she was starting up the Amazon and giving IquitosAas her address.
Mr. Killip or the National Museum says that Bassler, head of the Standard
Oil down there,has given her letters all along the way. I hope the people
addressed will not be quite so hospitable as the Rolfs were. We have
not received any of her grasses collected later than Vigosa. That big
Paspalum with the long heliotrope panicles I find is not a new species
but Paspaluui intermedium. I finally saw the type of that in Morong's
collection in New York. His is a miserable fragmnentary specimen and the
name is singularly inept, but, of course, it will have to stand.The plants
are already done up and I do not kno, what package this specimen is in.
I shall later report on this ai^b1hier of the grasses that were not identified
when I made up the package. I hope you will find time to look over these
grassr-s some time.

You tell me of the Acmerican baby in your colony but you do not say
to whom he belongs. Is he a Rhoads baby or a Hambleton?

I sent for the Pan American magazine, Portuguese edition, to read
your paper on Citrus growing. They sent the Spanish instead but I guessed
my way through most of it. It was very interesting. I shall write you
from home in a few days. I have been more than busy lately both at the
herbarium and at home. I have canned two bushels of peaches and am now
canning apple sauce from my Grimes Golden tree in my yard.

With regards and best wishes to your father,

Sincerely yours,


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Box 495, Tallahassee, Flao,
Sept. 2, 1931.
Dr. P. H. Rolfe, L 3,
Viposa, Brazil,
Dear Prof. Rolfe:-
Your last letter (not dated, but mailed late in
June) reached me on July 19th, and I guess I better answer it
now, for I am fixing to leave here in a few days. I also got
two numbers of your monthly (or bi-monthly) agricultural bulletin
3
a few days later.
-- I thank you fr the definitions of the various words in the
: iernambuco statistical volume that I asked you about. The

"gergellm" had me fooled, for there was a plant in the foreground
S1 of the picture that looked like a Manihot, but I see now that the
S '4 "rest of the fiild is something different. What do they raise
t Sesamum for? I didn't find anything about it in the text.
...I. sent off a manuscript on the regional geography of ernam -

buoo about ten days ago, but haven't heard from it yet. However,
if the first editor doesn't want it, I guess there are others.
In the two agricultural bulletins that came last I notice
that there are weather and crop reports from a lot of different
places in Minas Geraes, and they are grouped by"zones",pomething
that had escaped me if it appeared in previous bulletins. These
zones I suppose are more or less arbitrary, like the state div-
isions used by some weather men and experiment station men in
this country; but some of the+ust have an ecological basis, for
I notice a Zonaa matta" and a Zonaa campo", among others. Is
the whole state divided into zones for statistical purposes, and







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do they remain fairly constant from year to year? They do it
that way in Rernambuoo, and may in all Brazilian states, for all
I know. If so the Brazilian statisticians are better geographers
than most of those in the United S*ates.
If some time at your oonvenienoe you will give me a list of

the munioipios in Minas keraes, grouped by zones, with a brief
description of eaoh zone, I can dig out the corresponding stat-
istics of population, etc., from the census reports you sent me
a few years ago, as I have recently done for Pernambuoo. But it
will be a bigger Job than in the case of Pernambuco, for Minas
is a much larger state, with more people and more political div-
isionso
The Florida legislature had to have two extra sessions of
20 days each this summer, and they got through about the last
week in July, but if they could have had a few days more they
might have gotten things straightened out a little better, unless
new dissensions had developed. Those sessions cost about $3,000
a day, and left just that much less for useful purposes. They
finally reduced the appropriation for the Geological Survey about
20%O, and did something of the kind to other departments. Nobody
should have complained about that if they were willing to admit
that a dollar is worth considerably more now than it was a couple

of years ago; but everybody else wanted the same number of dollars
that he had before, and that left me out entirely.
However, scientists all over the country are facing hard

times, for most people look upon research as a luxury that they

can get along very well without when business is bad. In Okla-











homa the Geologioal Survey was abolished entirely, because the
rough-nook governor, "Alfalfa Bill", thought oil was getting too

cheap, and the geologists ought to stop finding it. (You may
have read in the papers how he has lately been trying to stop
the production of oil by martial law.) In Ohio the legislature
appropriated the measly sum of about $15,000 for the Geological
Survey, and the governor vetoed that item of the appropriation
bill. He oould hardly have justified that on the ground of
economy, but he may have had some personal grudge against the
about 25 years ago
state geologist (like the governor of AlabamaAwho stopped all
geological publications during his term of office because the
state geologist didn't vote for him).
In Georgia the new governor had a brilliant economy scheme
of retluoing about 100 state departments to less than half that
number. Part of the scheme was to put the state geologist and
state forester under the fish and game commissioner; but that was
so preposterous that it didn't go through, and a compromise was
effected by combining geology and forestry and leaving out the
fish/and game& That wouldn't be so bad, but for the fact that
a state geologist is nearly always a scientist, who tries to get
the facts, while most state foresters are more interested in

propganda than in facts; so the two ideals don't harmonize very-
well* Furthermore, I donut see where theeoonomy comes in, for

in these days of specialization one man oantt do justice to

geology and forestry both, and it will take just as many men to

do the work properly now as it did before. But )ephaps Xit is
the idea to get a cheap inexperienced man for state geologist
when the present incumbent dies or resigns.











Strange to say, the Alabama legislature this summer didn't
reduce the appropriation for the Geologieal Survey, though they
were already getting more than they knew what to do with. And
right away
the state geologist wants me to come back thereAsnd write up
the resources of the central part of the state, as I Aid the
southern part in 1980. There is Just a little hitoh about it,
though. It seems that the governor is afraid this year's reve-
nue bills won't produce enough to meet the appropriations, and
he wants the state geologist to go slow until the money oomes in.
I donit know whether he is letting other departments that have
ihefr full staffs go right ahead and spend all the money that is
appropriated for them, while he holds the geological survey back,
but if so oe is exercising discriminatory powers that the consti-
tution nve contemplated giving him. Anyhow, I am winding up my
business here as fast as possible and expecting to go up there
next week; and I can get along with reduced funds if everybody
else can, but. I don't think all the reduction ought to fall on
0
me, as it does here*
Dr. Small has been here several times this year. In June he
made a quick trip to Gainesville to re-discover Bartram's Ixia
ooelestina, which had apparently been lost for 150 years. At
other times he has been on the way to or from Louisiana for Iris.
One of his Louisiana friends was here a few days ago, and he says
he thinks many or most of Small's alleged new Irises are hybrids;
whioh sounds reasonable.
I hear that Ernest Holt has recently returned from South
America, and I may see him in Alabama some of these days.
Next time you write you can address me either here or at
University, Ala, Sincerely yours,
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BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY
WASH I NGTON

Sept. 15, 1931.
FOREIGN PLANT INTRODUCTION


Mr. P. E. Rolfs, Consultor Technico de
Agriculture do Estado de Minas-Gerals,
Vicosa, Minas-Cerais, Brazil. t

Dear Professor Rolfe:

I have your letter of August 24th and am pleased to
note that the hybrid Actinidia plants sent to you give
promise of growing.

In regard to the treatment of these plants with hot
water for root-knot, I may say that we began using this
treatment for dasheen tubers that were affected with root-knot,
in 1915. The treatment was not extended to growing plants to
any considerable extent, I believe, until within the last
few years. A good deal of experimental work is going to be
necessary still to determine the range of plants that will
withstand the temperature and length of treatment necessary to
kill the nemas.

With dasheens and other tubers it was found that a
temperature of 50 C. for a period of 35, or,at most, 40 minutes,
was sufficient to kill the parasite and yet not seriously injure
the tubers for planting purposes, provided planting was done
shortly after treatment.

Sincerely yours,





Associate Horticulturist.
P. S.
Since the above was written, I have noticed in a recent
issue of the Plant Disease Reporter, issued by one of the divisions
of this Bureau, notice of the finding of a new nema in Dioscorea.
An extract of the account is enclosed. If you do not have Farmers'
Bulletin No. 1396, on the Dasheen, a copy of the instructions
included in that for the treatment of root-knot in seed tubers
will perhaps be of interest, and I am enclosing a leaf taken from that
bulletin.


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ILLfi9 f19MERICNi9 30 de Setembro de 1931
Caixa Postal N. I Est. de S. Paula

Illmo.Snr.Dr.H.P.Rolf s
EseB6la Superior de Agrioultura e Veterinaria de Viqosa

Presado Snr.

Deparando som o seu trabalho no alamank da Chacaras
e Quintaes,deste anno,sobre o abacateiro,quero felieital-o por
tao important serving preetado aos agrieultores. Tambem sou en-
tusiasta pela plintaqao do abacateiro. Tunho cerea de 400 aryo-
res plantadas dessa fructa,as quaes estio corn 2 annos apenas.
Acabei de fazer uma adubagao radical nos mesmos,em virtude
de achar pouco o seu crescimento.

Tendo notado as novas variedades aqui introdusidas,e por
meio de enxertia,oonsulto V.S.se sera possivel obter algumas mu-
das j" enxertadas,pois gostiria de ver no meu pomar mais essas
varledades,juntas as quatro que ja tenho plantadas (mas nio en- -.
xertadas),pois fiz today a plantagio por meio de carogos.

Caso seeja possivel,Bera favor informar-me pela volta do
correio,de que maneira poderel obtel-as,e p*lo que desde ja me
confesso immensamente grato,e
Atto,e Cdo.Obgdo.

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Prezado Dr. Rolfs
Saudaq gee.


Ha dias recebi s VUBSO telegrama, crinunicande-me a i'rpSR.

sibilidade de VeBSB vincda, naquelsa epdca, a Queluz.

Imediatamente avisBei ao Mr. Curley, que rnmuito sentiui no

ser minda ets a portunidade para conhecer-ves.

Pediiu-me que quande vos escrevesse, cemunicarse que ele

ficaziL atisente de iqueluz, ate o dia oquinze do cerrante mes; pois, sai'u

em vipeem da cornpania.

Eu souibe entem, que o sr. estave doente em PaelQ hoiizean-

te e embora uri poitco vtra7ade, E.presento-vos, Os ineus maie sinceroes v9.

toe de felAtidade pelo vosso restabelecimento e peco a Deus, pela con-

servaq ao de vosge. saude.

Esteu aoara corn taatante txabalho, tend inicir.do a orga.

nizaqao de um Apiario.

Penso, que mi l to terei que lutar, contra as inimigas "A-

belhas Cachorro" e o fortissime.o vento destie rezioes.

Sei terfeitsmente qua enquanto nao extinguir as obelhas,

e encontror umn lagsr &-brigado dos ventos, nada poderei fazer em si.ces-

so so desenvolvimento do Apiaris.

,'as, como nao cnmpreei-ido traballio produtivo Bern lute. a-

cerrima, para lute estou forte, sempre confiante na victoria.

Apresento ao er. e filh.a 9 meu sincere e respeitOso

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Tenio a grancte satitfa9o de acusar o recebiiaento ao oficio

de V. S. sob ng 530 R-31 ce 12 do corrente e as utilissimas publica-
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roes nele iiaerncionadas, agradecendo-lhe penhorado a sua aelicaaa aLencao.
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A exposi;aao ae Cacnoeiro do Itapea;irLm, foi transferida

para 10 dae Dezembro. Terel o cuidado cae ine avisar o que ocorrer re-

lativamente a qualquer nova modlifica;ao ae data para eate certamen,

iuanto ao desejo de V. 6. de conheoer este Estado, aevo-lhe

expresvar que serial grande o r-ieu prayer em ter a tionra da visita de V.S.

A vi .geir de Viqosa a Vitoria poae ser feita por 3 vias: la.-Vi osa -Rio-

Vitoria por via ferrea. 6ahindo-se de Vi;osa die noturno que chegue ao

Rio pela alnhg de seginda, quarta e sexta-feira, touia-de ai o noturno

pra Vitoria na Estaao de barao cae ,iaua as eO,45' cneganao a eita ci-

dade no cia seguinte as t8,20'. 2Q Vi-.oaa ao hio peL a Leopolaina

hallway e Rio Iitoaia por mar. Ha navios bortib que parte.n co hio para

Vitoria cada sabaio, as Lu ioras cia nianlia. ao navio ciae o.amapnni.a

Navega.aro Gosteira. Estes fazem o perourso Rio- Vitoria em 21 tioras.

32 Viosa Uba Carangola Cacioeiro do Itapernirim Vitoria,

pela estrada cde Ferro Leopoaldina railway.

Esta viageni e a :aais penosa e se faz ei 3 alas. Atualmente

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of I.-;" jr iv-.L .2 U'. t if :;nr ;thin; "' .'.-, with t'.ii ; li- tituti.,n
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is birg ri, on u:.-.deair the d.-:---tion C.1f ... rthur. To 'iLilho,
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RIo DE JANEIRO September 2991931.




Dr. P.H. Rolfs
Esoc. Sup, de Agr. E Veterinaria
Vigosa, Est.Minas.


Dear Dr. Rolfes,
S

I just learned this morning that it will
be impossible for me to visit Vigosa during the time
our Caravan will be there, on account of some' extremely
important Par! matters' which require my remaining in
Rio de Janeiro.

Thank you very much indeed for the splendid
book "A Muda de Citrus" written by yowurself-and Miss
Clarissa. You may be sure that I have read it with a
great deal of interest and am confident that the "Citri-
cultores" will find it invaluable in assisting them to
intelligently carry out their work.

Again expressing my keen regret in not
having the pleasure to see you as well as Miss Clarissa
and the other friends, I am


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15L de Outubro de 1931
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ESTADODEMINASGERAES

Mr. Fred eager,
% Ford company ,
Rio de Janeiro.
My dear mr. Yeager.

Your splendid caravan exhibited on the Lscola campus
at 7:45 last night and in town at 10 P.M. This hour in the
interior, as-you know, is not very late. In the first place you
remember that the provisional Government of Brasil ordered the
sun to stand still for an hour, so that under the time of a week
ago it would have been only nine. Then too you know the habits
of the natives of figoaa (maybe you do not remember). They hardly
ever begin the cinema in Vikosa until nine o'clock, so yoursxeiz
was really up-to-date.

We met r. Friedman in Bello Horizonte and he promised
to take am abrago from me to you. If he hasq not deliveredl-it.t,
he should be properly punished for oisse. :-

The show was very fine, the loud speaker all that
you claimed it which was"aplenty"

You must have a special stand-in with ot. Peter, it
has beam. threatening to rain for a week or ten days and up to
the present nothing more than cloudy weather.

Sorry you and your good wife could not have been with
us. We know however, that "vontade nao faltou". We made a forced
'drive" back to Vigosa in the hopes that we might intercept the cara-
van here, just as occurred. I got back very much tired out but
otherwise none the worse for the wear.

Very cordially yours,


P. H. Rolfs


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ESCOLA A6RICOLA SUPERIOR
"LUIZ DE QUEIROZ"
PIRACICABA
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
WILMON NEWELL. DEAN AND DIRECTOR
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


bEPARTMtNt OP
HORTICULTURE


September 30, 1931


Dr. P. H. Rolfe, Consultor Technico
de Agriculture do Estado de Minas Geraes
Vicosa, Brazil.

Dear Dr. Bolfs:

I am again in receipt of two fine lots of

seeds from you. I appreciate your courtesy and would

like to know in what manner I can repay you, at least

in part.


With best regards, I remain

Yours


truly,


Associate


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WIRLES ADRES -PINEAPPLE"**


. L. Collins
Geneticist


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.-- EXPERIMENT STATION
OF THE
ASSOCIATION OF HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE CANNERS
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
HONOLULU. HAWAII

September 28th 1931.





Professor P. H. Rolfs
Vicosa, Minas Geraes
Brazil, South America

Dear Professor Rolfs:

Mr. Wilson Popenoe writes me that Moses Bertoni in

Paraguay has written a bulletin upon pineapples of South America

but was unable to supply me with a definite reference. I was

wondering if you were acquainted with this publication and could

tell me where it had been published in order that I can make an

attempt to secure a copy.

Some time ago I wrote you that the hybrids produced by

crossing Smooth Cayenne with the wild Brazil which you supplied

to us as seed had produced a very vigorous growing FI hybrid.

' This hybrid has proven very resistant to the types of nematodes

which cause considerable damage in our commercial plantations.

We have also obtained some mutants in the hybrid group which have

improved the hybrid qualities to a certain extent. We are, there-

fore, anxious to get a hold of other wild varieties for crossing

with our commercial one in the hope of securing even better F1

hybrids. If you have seeds of any other wild varieties, we would

he very glad to secure a small quantity.

Thanking you for your interest and cooperation in the past,

Iam

Very truly yours,


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Mrs?. 0. V*' W'oluc.-1wi, :Mnd Liar:iX& to me "b, Sn D'rge.
0"VI-o: by X,;:itft Allen o0' ii6 Y1gdgan.

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ANNO 22. (1931)



CHACARAS E QUINTAES
AMAZONAS MARANHAO 0 MAGAZINE DE MAIOR CIRCULACAO NO PAIZ PARAHYBA RIO DE JANEIRO
ALAGOAS MATTO GROSSO EDIFICIOS PROPRIOS NA PERNAMBUCO SAO PAULO
BAHIA
CEARHA NINAS OERAES RUA ASSEMBLtA, 16-16 sobr. e 16-A PARANA SERGIPE
ESPIRITO SANTO PARA SAO PAULO RIO OR. 00 NORTE SANTA CATHARINA
*OYAZ PIAUHY Enderegos pars a oorrespondencla postal: RIO OR. DO SUL TERRITORIO DO ACRE
Caixa quadrupla I I Sio Paulo
e Calxa 652 Sio Paulo

S. PAULO,23 do ot" do 1931

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D ED.Consultor Tochnico do Agricultura do Estado do M.Gbraoe
VICOSA-MINAS GERAES :

K Mou attoncioso cumprimento:
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w Si o mou illustre amigo.mo tives-
so onviado o manuscripto umn moz antes,podia eu publical-o no Almanak
Agricola Brasileiro,hoje sahido a do quo iho homenageio hoje,com urn
exemplar.-
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0 UNa "Cha.& Nui." nao ha ospaso
a nem para as comsultas videe as pagina 298 o qua escrevi !).-

S Acho do grand relevancia o assum-
9 pto,do quo ja so occupou a "Cha.& Qui". doesde annos,espocialmento,
r0 sobre o "canudo de pito" ou carpotrocho brasilsiro.-

Podemos imptimir um folheto do
gonero dostes quo hojo lho onvio corn capa a cores,fazondo eu todas as
despezas a minha custa e organizando grande propaganda sobre o foihe-
to em toda a imprensa brasileira a inclusive a "Cha & Qui",si ihe con-
vein made oas originaces.-

Som mais,assumpto para esta,aqui
continuamos ao sou inteiro dispor,subscrevendo-me corn a maior estima,


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Dr. P.H.Rolfs
Esc. Superior de Agricultura e Voterinaria do
Estado de Minas Geraes
Vi ea.


My Dear Dr. Rolfs:

RESPONDENDO REFIRA-SE A
TODO CONVEN O OU CONTRACT CELEBRADO NESTA CARTA OEVE 9ER APPROVADO PELA DIREC(;AO DA COMPANhA FiCANDO SEM EFFEITO
EM CASO OE GREVE. INCENDIO OU POR QUALQUER OUTRO MOTIVE DE FORI;A MAIOR. 08 ERR08 ESTAO SUJEITOS A CORREG"AO


Thank you very much indeed for your kind letter of the 14th.

I cannot understand how I overlooked informing you the probable
date of arrival of the Caravan in Vi',oss. Very careless of me. The Caravan
is scheduled for arrival in Vigosa on September 30th staying there the night
of the 30th aond all day the 1st. of October, however, all this is subject
to %-hether the rains hold us up and delay our program. It is too bad that
the nature of the trip is such that the itinerary becomes rather inflexible
as we certainly would like to take advantage of the presence of the "Cava-
lhada".

Thank you very much also for the kind invitation to bring
Mrs. Yeager along, however, she had an accident sometime ago while jumping
and on account of an alarming diagnosis in Rio I took her to Dr. Warrenin
couple of weeks ago and left her there. Fortunately his diagnosis
es y a consultation with two other doctors vas different from the
story told me here. As a matter of fact, she is very appreciably improved
and v/ithin a few weeks can be jumping again if she desires, howe.or, it is
quite probable that she will stay for another ten or fifteen days having
a little holiday as well as some good medical attention.

Your invitation to stay at your home is indeed appreciated and
you may be sure that I will be only too glad to take advantage of your
kind offer.

Once more expressing my appreciation for your kind letter and
with my most sincere respects to Miss Clarissa and yourself, I am
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We are enclosing tn cbstct .. eture de iv.e..i
efo-re trLe "bociedade ^arcjion:l de ioalfcur-." on L y ?l, 19,i.
)ou wvill ] interested in A .s the a'stQ',uct of the div n celL ..:-i-
scientific worlk DoAing done at Liur institution. It m j ,be that
some of your cor-.es _,*ent; re espcially intb.eted' it, the
p-o'p,,gticX1 of :aTi e~uC e2e~
propagation of anti-ieoric s,:ecies.

A .%_:-t time ,, vie rec'ived e fr foa Dr. k'ran-
cisco de sis Igiesi s, c py of which, well s of our
repliy, io enItiosd. it occurred to u... tt it raiib oe of in-
terest to you too know the t-.>r of our co:' ces.ondence with 'im.

Dr. -isb6a, the Diector of the --gpiculturL! Collee
told us tht ,h. t s ent you a numb- of :a 3tionxr f -r the
program of the meeti:g,. L: has seen oat colrrespondence with
gie it s

';- ;.;e hoping vr< much t" .t it m;.y Ae poibie for
us to be eaent t tnis meeting. undoubtedly it would be in
an ur ffi'io.1 IL ciL;.

The series of ; rticies on dero g&. co de tirus no
i^_. r in the ,oietim was esp Itecilmy 1r:i .ily, as much inter-es ;t
is U:u_ if"ui
i. b;-,_ mnifestced in Aus -::ortion. Inquii'n. being
m -e. as tD the ossibility of securing se-te o se
ar tic e s.

Vvith miri..est esonal d fr'bm u oth, wf e -e

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th he th motor ca-.1 : i in motion. Duringo tkise .gyou would
be running into a consitorrjioe aunti of r.in -1, 'l.. th. latter
pa+rt of sptcmyer. If 7you n0 vr. u*t 3 t..d in with Jupiter Plu-
viup, you invoke ,;*- goo-`d 'A Il. If yfu do not have a
ViUd to a e .
C.:,d so, .:o, in, you hcud better keep v: uciet rl:hon he is around.

.n thSe 2 th, Jt 'i ', t+.s i a"V LI'hada" at
Vigos. .Thjt .1... drw a large cdo r to see ft & iwos nd +nrt 's-
tiriis ride. P we.;: .0o they hsd c,, "c valh ... V -!t C c1cooerinh.,
county .l. etht -you vil r-iambe, proouly as being lcat t
+14 i~ in t'. ctir+ct~on of '-n Mir-el. 1 th thee ys
of ,l ie .... _+ -'a am six t four-
of chie fet.+ t.eo, tc cro" r .. meo t. ci w four
t-.-C- hunhL:. .,' which ';,.. probably the 'gSt c .1wd f]te vil 11 _
has ever e efi. -f Vios+, irn mi; ye r, the ",v: iS
e ttg2..;td t.A.s many 0eovle.

Miss riasa ays tt -hen you come to P:n 1 ova
briL., .. -.D. i.' .... -long, -_,e can da- ? of" v i *.:j st"y "at
our house until you move southward. Or if mr... I. x nted to se
the ,, ml'."- ut Jonte N,,ov:, Miss ui.i;: c'uld go oi there
t ith you _d the idies go to the mi wile you were -.i
*to. t. c .r -van. In c.s =we should happ en to be olt )f tfvfn, the
invitation s-till -.ids good, as the houLekeoer i-nd sev nts
are on th. joo 1 t, l time. I'm sure she w.uid find the house
minus the hostess more comfort Ie t,:n the de 1u;o hotels of
Vi fO. of ou r. it is undsrstoo d tTu t you 0 i st L y at our
house, we uvon t makev corn .nr..r of you out .I ve "ou to your own
d&. a % L s and1 eS7

I wonder if b, this time tiue c va. has ro.'-es.sed
fa-r enou_, so that you c:..n --..vs us more o. less. of an idea when
you exoec it to rech Vi2os..

Lr. Lisboa is out of town, but .h... o rck in
coue of the o or four diys. Your s t1. r 1to im ,- bOeen laced
on hi deski so th:at he i r. receive it on h is r; ;rt n to the :aity.

itnh kinde..t 'smemoa.: om. S o-th of uus to .;'th of you,
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P.&. eiti-, J ,a5or, .. Tsixisras or VE sinsea iy y-)u 'a,
P.. could get us U. rU',er: 2st:: for midle
between halve off vi, .. L. you p gt p .lfs
,us one will appreCiate it.




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Esc. Sup. de Agric. e Veterinaria
Vigosa,Est. de Minas.


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My Dear Dr. Rolfs,

RESPONDENDO REFIRA-SE A
TODO CONVENIO OU CONTRACT CELEBRADO NESTA CARTA DEVE SER APPROVADO PELA DIREC(;AO DA COMPANHIA. FICANDO SEM EFFEITO
EM CABO OE GREVE. INCENDIO OU POR QUALQUER OUTRO MOTIVO DE FOR;A MAIOR 08 ERROS EIAO 8UJEIIT0S A CORRECgAO

I am very glad indeed to let you know that the motor caravan
about which I talked to you so enthusiastically several months ago has
finally become a reality, having started from Rio on Saturday, September
5th.

The itinerary to be covered by the Caravan will include working
up as far as Bello Horizonte, Sete Lagoas and Curvello, returning to
Bello Horizonte and going over to Ponta Nova by way of Santa Barbara
and Saude.

We intend to work down from Ponte Nova holding a one day exhibi-
tion in Teixeiras and two days in Vigosa.

The program of activity of the Caravan personnel has, in A*few
cities already covered, been of tremendous popular interest, chiefly
because of the fact that the Caravan includes what we term a Moving
Picture Truck which allows us to exhibit the picture "Ura Visita as Uzi-
nas Rouge" in the open air and with the talkie part in Portuguese.

It is my present intention to join the Caravan at Ponte Nova
and stay with it as far as Uba and you may be sure that I am looking
forward with keen anticipation toward the pleasure of seeing D. Clarissa
and your goodself.

One of our travelling representatives, Snr. Dari o de Oliveira, is
acting as advance man for the Caravan and I asked him to call and see you
and Dr. Lisboa upon his arrival in Vigosa. As you know we have no agent
in Vigosa and, therefore, our usual plan of activity must be of necessity
somewhat modified. However, I will appreciate very much indeed any
suggestion you may be able to give Snr. Oliveira as to the best place in
Vigosa to hold the "Festa".

With kindest regards to you, Miss Clarissa and my other friends
at the College, I am


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A COMPANHIA E NAO A EMPREGADOS


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September 9, 1931.










Dr. P. H. Rolfs, Consultor Techlnco de
Agriculture do E. de Minas-Geraes,
Vigosa, Minas Geraes.

Dear Dr. Rolfs:

I wish to express my appreciation for your
kindness in sending the list of books relative to fruit
trees, their care and cultivation.

For the present I have selected from your
list those books which appear to be the best help to getting
a start and I only wish I had more time to put in to the
development of my farm.

The excellent qualities of both soil and
climate in this country certainly should make cultivating
the land a worthwhile endeavor and I am hoping for good
results in the not too distant future.


I remain,


Again expressing my thanks for your interest,


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metropolis, .. do Rio. Z'
9 September 19Z1. 1.

Dr.P.E.Iolfs,
Viqosa, 1 K.nias.
My Dear fr-.Rc.ifs:

This -iorning early there was a rather loud knock on
the door, which indicated ? somr one not accustomed to coming here, and
on going 1 found the express man with a box of grapefruit from you.
They' certainly are fine. We have already had a feast off of them, and
have given some of them to friends from Granbery College, who were
here a few minutes later. I do not kno'., how to start to thank 'ou for
them. But accept just all the thanks you can think of our piling up,
.;tnd then s ay it was little.
But there was one fea,.ture tlut caused a laugh. '.When I told it s.Long
what the expressman said: (Sign this and return it with 400 reis) she
said: "And it's shelled'." (The 4.-oo reis, wa.s tip) You know the story
of the man '.:ho was so laz,- he wvnuld not work at all, :xn6 after the
family, an, neighbors and all jot so tirad of him that they sta:- ted to
bury him alive/ On the way out the: met a cnan ;who asked what was up,
and they told him. He said he would give- tih- fellow a. bushel of corn
to keep him awhile. The man ..,ho wa.s being buried, and whlio vi:' submitting
weekly,, rose up an' asked Is i, shelled?' On being toll it w s not
he said "Them drive on." Butt we even. got it shelled,- though I hope we
have not gotten quite as far along .is some. We want to be of service
aiinway.
The scrubbing helped the Lappearance of the gratefruits' face. I
think I ha e heard of 3 bath tub helping appearances (and feelings)
too,- after -a weeks trip in the dust and heat of the interior.
'W/e have. bben having all kinds of weather of late, but for the
most part it has been pretty. The last fe'., days were rainy, but today
is clear again.
S Just afternoon I went out to see about my grafts here. I liked the
looks well enough to cut off twine and tops onl all but one, and I am
.-..- leaving. it to -. little late' ,- l.Ai it looks well. It may be y.-our pupil
:.." was not quite so bad after all. We will see later what really comes out.
I h.-d -'. letter the other day from the man in charge of the orphanage
property, and he reported that from the 27th ult. hlie had been in there
with tw'o men gathering up a-ll fruit off the ground, and pruning and
cleaning -the standing trees. ';e have not gotten possession, but he
got permission to berin work. It certainly relieved my mind. I think
he will do a fair job as he is our p .stor-teacher and has had better
training tuhan most folks in frrin work VWYV
Your letter came the other day, and we appreciate so much your
kind invitation to "repeat" It will bc our great pleasure to do so
sometime. I had. o. most cordial letter foroni Dr Lisboa too. I do niot laiow
F'rhat we have drone to call down on our he:-a.ds such showers of kiniiness.
I have not yet gotten time to write members of the faculty who were
so nice to us. I hlav., been talking about tliem aind bragging on them
however.
Our regards to all. and the Lord's blessing on you and. ;.0ou.rs.
Yours most sincerely

Just AliYTHIIIG I can do foil you in Rio, P ->, )
let me know,- or anywhere else.
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D.r K. I'-.", tbon 2rin 1 k'a t tno1o ist,

S. -D, A, Washington, D). o
My d- M' Y.l'uit7n. .

our et af Aug L.... /t 2LivFd o0. th n.,It of aplt 5th.
In r bo ynur in(ui u lt me mi ks tvs olCLo11sig oJ0eLv tiu(I.

i;"ile is a Lot f sc-ab affecting citus in tne oi.Le,-':
Meii;-tal oc1 and in ta n urKecies. It atcks the "at-
..3 K, in 'i -.-r (limho iios, iamons, bitterseet and sour.
Ida-' s. quitc T _',,r'ioof o Ithe'r varietieL e 'v be ._ affect ',
without eing noticed. The fruit, of '-..... tuma
y.!..m to b: es.-;,_ikiy susc:ptibse. ..e kLri: tangeinr (Dancy)
shjw.c 7 2 Lfect )if-n on some .oft the frui, but f" 1' .s than
the4 oings or -'.aumrn ..G er-. ertuit Ih ve so -3n inme 1,sions tr-..
0lookd -'- ecdb but these v'e:-, not xamin. 1 C..ic'sosco-sI lly.

E:ie-t:a bouo. I do noat recI,-. av.,, sen ;_.jL...'., like
.....n t h 'c_ or- on the electa:or Cioo. Tle N-vl i. u.-
S,: on- t a on,. th- els,, !Iv c 0," Tae Ni-.v:_:1i f s su p-
o s'" origin,- tea f:)m the eleotc. Ie ei:o I is -u. ;u v-ri :nnt- f)m the ecta..

,.., _he Co-le nse" uits "l, con-
sight:. L- usually of a f., tlhousnId tree, -ferent varieties
arefreuenly "^ed" in djingr:;.Fr t.I- m:s F'rt,
the i,. ur t used .,s stok eta: or sj.'-2 number of
..... .. -n ;,u t hi e, is nec,. nly
this s ,. a ..... ,of ti.; t ib thi ..rs .y.e
bu f lem, atsuma and C Lg : mr, or ls f,.fc Ie
have n re -.. ..n ,Ttfli.ig th.t L oka: Lie s, on tho A..io t n-
m i i f t tL v;i the


T re .. In the orch- the fruit a.n. levels

.- i s-how 'rD. or Le.S uiI,.'2 fit Jt.. .JC 9 .I lO :. t
,s.,. a oinsile Die .amount :of f"lia' e U'ckId Tnee ,:ve not
yet fruited s0" .nnot sayr wha t will .apen to t', fruit.

if do no] ei 6 ec.L.. havfin- ,n-en- eithIer the fruit or
1ere_ of Va L, t, ,t. at o> their Ici ndre '-,ieties
whi l e l..e off "fera -,' -.taj-d either in the
leavee; or" fruit'..










'The foregoing observations rei:te to scab on t>?
Ciiege ... -.- .Wven here ihe SobervatonsI should not b.?
considered in the nature of invastij tions.

Owing to a variation in altitude, &nd variation in
relative 7-.m[* .ity, theLe mu t oe a gce:1t diff ez.ce in Sus'..'-
tibility of different vwrieties to infection f .-m scab, in
dirff: nt ioe-.ities. Uu, orcxrd i,: i.tot hbo'iut 6 J m-.ters
alititiude, the reltive humidity is v ry hi..', -at Vi1osa. The
vcli~oti twcen th. t; of the r..iny o '.s)n 'n) thaft of the
dry se-son iLs v;' dry indeed. I wa u ri.. s. to fiLnd that
the curve r"otted on the ei 't year< .v;o ge ,j ,s almost
str"ighlt line. M gene .i o _-') v tions m'.ie in the r-.E Io
Dist-:rit would mar it Vp-U thi t ioa 7 I'U _l
c ffe.... with thcr' b tjer9 :. t Vio .c
-)f Ss of "c b A fae c -r f l 3\ i l ,zi ^ tu d i e s,
21. 2.2 t 1C Af te, .... K.i c
ir.-ve ee'i3,:4de of? w". L o. wUhic e scab, it
is quite .ooiabi.' th-:t .hyai iogic i i e isoveed '5 -, ti ii5 ,is is i s t,'r
indicated in discussion th.'t ocure .. .fo,. the ,iua'id Stt
ti l.o~iefy some I~nL, ar thirty e's ago. Mr. L..
CJL:-r fu -.J thait in Ucert in vrDC:uit c of his, the
sab cul.. not be con by the t.L, tme mnts whicv 5sc- usu-
ally effictive.

m
a fv vo r it to, k wi t h u s.-. the Uo. ,L.>1 ondic- if anyone
in .loriaf: or C .I'...ta h" s c r it. I do not rcca.l
having een :: on this P2.rie: in "o ic-. We e u
L. :1:. ju s'u L. from thcres i e n whic then'- c .. number
nursernumbe
of ia'us I. tiox of the s uu.i. oei g usca in the


1 ... you7 ,.. ',. eh for your good ishes. e hoL
to. gt ..ix to '. O-itad -t. teL. Dout t0e eu If o
ad will thn ,roa~i:.ly nave time to se more of our '.1 nS
t .n wn h:ve -V on former viitLs.

Very sincerely Yyour,



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EDITORS, COMPILERS. TRANSLATORS
AND LIBRARIANS. Spte lbr 3, 1931







Deer Miss Bolts:

Upon my return to Washington, I find your
letter of July 20 with the copy of that of the 18th
regarding the citrus fruit article. As I told you in
a previous letter, the administration of the Bulletin
is entirely in the hands of Miss Brown, with whom you
should carry on correspondence regarding these articles.
By this time you have doubtless heard from Miss Brown,
to hiom the letter was referred, and I am enclosing a
eopy of a press release which was sent out to Brazilian
papers in order that as many individuals as possible
might know about your very interesting article. It is
too bad that there was a misunderstanding, as of course
it would be unfortunate and unfair to you not to reprint
the article.

I am glad to hear that so many students are
seeing the advantage of attending the School, which is
indeed a mom unt to the efforts of your father and yourself.

With kindest personal regards, I am

Sincerely yours,





Heloise Brainerd, Chief
Division of Intellectual" Cooperation

Miss Clarissa Rolfs
Escola Superior de Agricultura
e Teterinaria do Estado
Tigosa, Minas Geraes, Brazil





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ROLFS, P.H. y C;' ROLFS. Propagaci6n de frutas citricas
en el Bra-il (The Propagation of Ci2;rus Fruits in Brasil.) Boli
Panamer. 65, (5):()69-491; (): 603-627; (7): 735-755. 34 fig. 1931.
Also published as depar'-te in S-rie Sobre Agricultura, N~s 72,73,
74 del Bol. .Pmnsmer, 65 ps. 32 fig., 1931.
An investlgstional treatise giving succinct information
rom c. t1c-fing of seed to pl.'nting of trees in orcliard, embracing
six ye-rs e p rience ifn ctrus culture in Mis: s-Ger-i. Descrip-
tion .-nd halftone illusti.':tions of nine kindis of stock used most
extensively in these experiments. Prob,-.bly most extensive accurate
trials of stock that have be-n carried out in ..sil. Votk conducted
at State .LgriculturJl Colle-e, includes obser-v-.tions in Fede-ral
District, States of iio de Janeiro and S~o Paulo, DescriptLon of
Paradise shaddock (Citrums maxima); grapefruit (C. paradisi, Bacf.);
oumelo (C. maxima, Merrill); sour orange (C.uurrjntium, L.); bitter-
sv.eet (C.tgntiumL.); rough lemon (C.Ltm-inia, Osb.); sv.eet orange
(C. sinensis, Osb.); carnation t:Lngerine (C.nobilisLours. var.deli-
ciosa, Sgl.); rangpur lime ( Aurnmtifolium, Swgl.a6-1'C3
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