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Alfred Linn Bogle 1931–2012

Alfred Linn Bogle 1931–2012 , Vol. 116, No. 968, pp. 494­501, 2014 E Copyright 2014 by the New England Botanical Club ALFRED LINN BOGLE 1931­2012 Singapore, circa 1961 Alfred Linn Bogle, Professor Emeritus of Plant Biology at the University of New Hampshire, passed away peacefully at his home in Durham, New Hampshire on December 4, 2012 at the age of 81. Linn, as he was known for most of his life, was born in Bellevue, Pennsylvania (near Pittsburg) on October 20, 1931, the third of four children of the late Francis and Edna (nee Gotwols) Bogle. The ´ family moved to Philadelphia in 1938 where he grew up, finished high school, and attended one year at a local college. Linn then joined the Navy during the Korean War and served as a meteorologist in the Aleutian Islands. Following his military service, he enrolled as a botany student at the University of Washington in 1955. He first met Margaret (Maggie) Powers, a fellow botany student, during the summer of 1957 while serving as an assistant on Dr. Arthur Kruckeberg's botanical field course in northeast Washington, Idaho, Montana, and British Columbia. In 1958, he finished his B.Sc. and then enrolled as a master's student http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Rhodora Allen Press

Alfred Linn Bogle 1931–2012

Rhodora , Volume 116 (968) – Oct 1, 2014

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Allen Press
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New England Botanical Club
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IN MEMORIAM
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0035-4902
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10.3119/0035-4902-116.968.494
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, Vol. 116, No. 968, pp. 494­501, 2014 E Copyright 2014 by the New England Botanical Club ALFRED LINN BOGLE 1931­2012 Singapore, circa 1961 Alfred Linn Bogle, Professor Emeritus of Plant Biology at the University of New Hampshire, passed away peacefully at his home in Durham, New Hampshire on December 4, 2012 at the age of 81. Linn, as he was known for most of his life, was born in Bellevue, Pennsylvania (near Pittsburg) on October 20, 1931, the third of four children of the late Francis and Edna (nee Gotwols) Bogle. The ´ family moved to Philadelphia in 1938 where he grew up, finished high school, and attended one year at a local college. Linn then joined the Navy during the Korean War and served as a meteorologist in the Aleutian Islands. Following his military service, he enrolled as a botany student at the University of Washington in 1955. He first met Margaret (Maggie) Powers, a fellow botany student, during the summer of 1957 while serving as an assistant on Dr. Arthur Kruckeberg's botanical field course in northeast Washington, Idaho, Montana, and British Columbia. In 1958, he finished his B.Sc. and then enrolled as a master's student

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