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                POLLEN ANALYSIS CIRCULAR NO.6
                      March 15, 1944
         Edited by Paul B. Sears, Department of Botany
              Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
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NEW ZEALANDER COMING TO U.S. - A few extra copies of the two papers 
by Lucy M.Cranwell of  The Auckland Institute and Museum 
which are cited in the bibliography have been received at 
Oberlin for distribution. Requests addressed to the editor will be 
filled as long as the supply lasts. In her letter, Mrs. Cranwell 
Smith writes: "I have yet to print the second part of 'Pollen 
Studies' and when this is available, I shall send you further 
copies." 
     "I have been very interested in the new Pollen Analysis 
circulars and wish you good luck with them." 
     "I Hope to come to the U.S. soon, so please let me know if 
you would like any N. Z. pollen slides. I married a Major  
Samuel W. Smith of Peabody Museum, Cambridge, and am happy to 
report that he, too, is most interested in peat and pollen work, 
being an archaeologist himself and very friendly with Ernst 
Antevs." - Lucy Cranwell Smith (Feb. 17, 1944) 


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LITERATURE (British)
Cranwell, Lucy M. New Zealand Pollen Studies. REC. AUCK.
       Inst. Mus. 2(6): 380-
------------- Pollen grains of New Zealand conifers. 
       NEW ZEALAND JOR. SCI. & TECHNOLOGY 22(1B):1B-17B.