||'Journal, photographic record, and notes of a tour made in East Africa in 1948-1949 by George Salt'
The Papers of George Salt
|Extent and Medium
||1 volume; paper
|Content and context|
Autograph manuscript journal containing an account of planting, maintenance, staff and the depredations of weather, disease and pests in the Fellows' Garden, Backs and College lawns. 1933-92. Includes, loose tucked into pocket at the back, 1 typed letter, signed, from H.W. Richmond to George Salt recalling garden history and the layout of College buildings from the 1880s, 3 Sept. 1944, and a photocopy of pp. 260-1 from A. Austen-Leigh's 'King's College' (1889) describing the laying out of the Fellows' Garden in 1851.
For a map of the Fellows' Garden, 1933-4, see GS/6/1.
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