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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 24 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 24
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Liege, Belgium  -S.S.S q.s.m.b. = Su seguro servitor servidor qui sus manos besa.  given me by a fellow traveler on the Vaderland, the manner in which Spanish gentlemen close letters, using the abbreviations only.  At about 6:00 o'clock this morning a "gang" of women street sweepers, 15 of them, under the direction of a man began cleaning the streets in the Place du Theatre under my  ::::::::: [Liege, Belgium] August 2, 1905  window. They worked very rapidly and were soon gone from view.  The people love to eat in the open air, the sidewalks are crowded with chairs and tables everywhere in front of the cafes, restaurants and hotels. The people bent on business walk in the streets, they are unimportant. Let a man quit business at the end of his day's work and join the throng of people eating and drinking on ten thousand miles of Belgian sidewalks and roadways and he can have his share of the sidewalk. Everywhere the people are eating and drinking, everywhere for miles and miles. It would
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