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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 162 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 162
Glasgow Univ. Herb. [University Herbarium] [September 11, 1905]  Lupinus concinnus. "California, D.D. per Hooker" Leaves 3 to 4 1/2 lines long, oblanceolate, very [underlined] rusty-pilose, mostly basal; stem rusty pilose; plant 4 or 5 inches high. After taking a few notes and making search for a few of Hooker and Arnott's specimens of the Botany of the Beechey, at random, I concluded that there were no original Bot. Beechey plants here but that Hooker, W.J. must have taken them to Kew Gardens.  Returned to Edinburgh by the direct North British mail route; attended the International Horticultural Exposition, Sept. 13, poked about delightful Edinburgh ::::::::: [Glasgow University Herbarium] September 11, 1905  some more; then went down to Melrose Abbey. Walked out to Abbotsford and had a most delightful day in the hills overlooking the valley of the River Tweed. Abbotsford itself was a delight at the moment but a disappointment afterward. They show four of the rooms, of great interest, Scotts' study, library, the chair in which he wrote his novels, his favorite window views and a large number of exceedingly attractive relic collected by the author of Waverley-but the sour-visaged verger shows one about so hastily that after one goes out one has only a confused jumble of things because each thing is of so much interest. However I got a fairly good
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