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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 140 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 140
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Basle  bundles are in open piegon holes. They have a scheme for storing maps of small size, a modification of the drawer system. An end piece or lid lets down, exposing the pigeon-hole which is filled by a drawer with an open end so that any map may be pulled directly out. The bottom of the drawer has cut out two (or ? 1) handpulls. The garden is small but is closely cultivated and the greenhouse utilities are many. The collection of plants is fine and varied. I here saw Psilotum for the first time. It was "flowering" the carpogonium globose, :::::::::  Mar. 21, 1906.  scattered along the slender "leafless" branches. They also had a very curious Arvid with a tall slender strict flower stalk and a great bulbous base. Senn is well acquainted with Duggan, and McKenny [?] of California with whom he studied in Germany.  Stopped at the Hotel Bauer, with verandahs overhanding the Rhine. My room looked out directly on the broad heaving bosom of the river; a very beautiful outlook. Took a look at the outside of the Munster and then train for the Rhine Falls where I viewed the falls for an hour or over
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