Collection of historical material related to giant sequoias of California and their impact in popular culture.
Gary D. Lowe is an environmental hydrogeologist and collector based out of Livermore, California. After receiving a BS and
MS in geology at San Diego State University in 1974 and 1981 respectively, Lowe pursued a career in hydrogeology (the study
of the movement of groundwater in the earth's crust; also sometimes called 'geohydrology'), including 30 years of private
45 Linear Feet
(57 boxes, 4 volumes, 1 oversize folder)
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