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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 68 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 68
Kew, Surrey, England year as the seasons pass will grow with you the love for the land of your birth.  So will you rejoice in the wide free spacees of its earth, the smooth swelling contours of its brown hills, and its wonderful reaches of sky.  And when in foreign lands you will long once more for the sunlit summer afternoons, for the home-call of the quail in the chaparral, and the shining snow heights of the mountain peaks a hundred miles across the plain. Thus far you have indeed done well.  Long Life and Good Luck to You, California Girl! Faithfully Yours, Willis L. Jepson ::::::::: December 9, 1905.  - "The oak that's bent by the storm makes a fibre fit for a ship's rib. You can't make steel without white heat. - "And yet," pleaded Harris, you invited me to your home, introduced me to your daughter, seated me at your table, and used me in your appeal to your constituents, and now when I dare ask the privilege of seeking her hand in honorable marriage, you the scholar, patriot, statesman and philosopher of Equality and Democracy, slam the door in my face and tell me that I am a negro! Is this fair or manly? "I fail to see its unfairness" "It is amazing. You are a master of history and sociology. You know as clear as I do that social intercourse
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