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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 160 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 160
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Berlin, Germany  in everything he puts forth. He works more than anybody else here; he lectures; he runs the Botanical Museum and Garden; he does heaps of research work. Withal he is the simplest of men; I think all truly great men are simple, modest, un-pretending -- know little of the world and of business -- and are not "men among men" -- men of the world" -- All of which is the gist of what was said me by Fraulein Docteur Perkins of Berlin. ---------- - Hillebrand, his Calif. collections seem to be chiefly from Mariposa Co and Oakland, 1863.                  wholly? ::::::::: April 5, 1906.  - Perkins, Mrs. Jane Rose, collected about 120 plants at Soda Springs Placer Co., 2000 m. alt., July-Aug, '87. det. Prof. Greene. In Herb. Berlin. ---------- - Ball, J. see 5 pp. back. Also Silver Mountain ---------- Berlin Herb. - Ceanothus thyrsiflorus Eschscholtz. Type: "San Francisco. Novae Californiae. Ad v Chamisso." in a copper-plate hand on the label, doubtless Chamisso's hand. No. - 567. Typical spm. of thyrsiflorus with strong veins beneath, straight spartium-like nervose branchlets  Spm. was taken in early flower.
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