It has sometimes been supposed that Mr. Burbank depends entirely on his memory, and makes very few written records of his experiments. This facsimile page, taken in connection with the others that have just been shown, will serve to dispel that erroneous notion. It will be seen that records are kept of the essentials of each different type of experiment, including not only methods, but results. In point of fact, although Mr. Burbank adopts many shortcuts, his records of essentials are surprisingly comprehensive and complete, considering the enormous range of his experiments.
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