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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 164 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 164
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Berlin, Germany  Berlin Sights  - Women large, tall, sturdy, strong, rosy, standing behind meat blocks in the meat shops carving meat for customers. -- Amazons of the shops. - Automatic stamp and post-card machines for sale of postage, etc. in front of the post offices. Why shouldn't we have them in Berkeley? - Paved places for watering street carts at hydrants. Should have em in Berkeley! - A botanical woman artist in the Herb. asked Miss Janet Perkins if I were not an Indian or at least with Indian blood! This was no mean compliment, I understand, ::::::::: April 10, 1906  for the Germans think the Indian very fine and marvel at his courage, steadfastness and endurance. ---------- - Chamisso, A. von. Collected Heteromeles arbutifolia at S.F.. A short account of his collecting at San Francisco is in Linnaea, vol. I. ----------
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