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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 176 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 176
Berlin, Germany  Good Friday -- saw the Emperor and family leave the Kaiser Wilhelm Kirche in open carriages -- the Emperor and his sons in full uniforms. The crowd was large but was not specially demonstrative, in fact very very quiet. ---------- = Each nation has a tremendous "notion of itself". When one has bumped about the world a while you notice that the German gives you the highest possible compliment when he says you dance as well as a German, the Englishman says your accent is not at all American!, the New Englander says (if you are half-nice) of course you came from New England, -- the New Yorker is too cosmopolitan to say things like that and the Frenchman too tactful. ::::::::: April 13, 1906  = Frankenia grandifolia C. & S. Type spm. Label in Chamisso's hand. "ad Partum Sancti Francisci Novae Californiae in sabulosis logis mense Octobris. A.D. MDCCCXVI. Ad. v Chmz". Specimen suffruticulose, 2 dm. high; leaves thickish, blackish, 8 mm. long, 2 or 3 mm. broad, obovate or oblong-obovate. Stems with short spreading hairs; leaves minutely puberulent, also calyx. The whole plant seemingly glandular. = F. latifolia Presl. Rel [?] Haenk, differs from above in being well-nigh glabrous. Leaves (longer) 12 mm long.  = Hypericum anagalloides C. & S. Type. 3 wee scraps 5 cm. long. Glabrous  Leaves elliptic, entire, 6 or 8 mm. long, 5 mm. broad or less. There are
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