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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 166 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 166
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Melrose to Carlisle [September 15, 1905]  the sense of symmetry. The series of arch-like tracings or relief sculpturing on the walls of the cloisters I liked very much. The capitals of the columns in the transept [?] were beautifully ornamented with somewhat oak-like but very cristate leaves. But behold, in a little glass jar at the foot of the column stands a single leaf of the very leaf furnishing the model. A leaf of kale! but beautifully crumpled and cristate. ::::::::: [Melrose to Carlisle] September 15, 1905  time and took train to Carlisle, spent the night and next morning visited the Cathedral, chiefly red sandstone, which is rather fine, very solid and impressive; walked around Carlisle Castle; visited the museum where I found myself amazed at the great collection of local remains of the Roman period-cinerary urns, food vessels, shrines, altars, stone coffins, etc. Then on to Keswick and the Lake District. This district is rather thickly settled. It looks like the mountains of Unalasha set down in the hill country of New York, the hills here Alaskan, the vales New York. The peaks are called "pikes." The ending "thwaite," a termination
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