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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 132 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 132
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Berkeley,  - Sept. 9. Trip to Alvarado to collect marsh plants. - Went to the Academy. Miss Eastwood put in a frame (the frame she posessed previously) a picture of Dr. A. Kellogg. This was the Zoe picture which shows more margin on one side than on the other. Of course this irregularity showed in her amateur framing and she remarked it to Dr. Behr. Should she change it? "No" said Dr. Behr, Kellogg was of such irregular habits"!  Said Dr. Behr to me -- "Nasturtiums in Europe are fertilized by certain insects peculiar to Cruciferae. But in California ::::::::: Sept. 1897.  these insects visit Tropaeolum! Why? It must be because they hear the people calling them Nasturtiums!"  - Bolander, H.N. One of his sons-in-law was the inventor of the cable car in San Francisco. -- teste Dr. Behr..  - cont. from bottom p. 131 of potatoes and made enough money to buy the land which he had rented. From that start he continued to buy land, and the sons after him. -- April 27, 1939.
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