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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 164 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 164
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Kew, England - I can never bcome reconciled to the lower grades of humanity in London, their poverty and their confined ways of living.  On Whit Monday 100,000 of them poured into Kew Gardens.  There was scarcely a fine looking type amongst them but the lame, the halt, the disfigured, the misshapen, the bleary eyed, the sunken cheeked, the dissipated, the deformed, the crippled, the bodies uncared for from birth to adult stage. - nearly all poorly clad, most even slovenly it not actually dirty.  And the coster mongers with ther carts and wares to sell and food to eat  :::::::::  June 30, 1906. were of the same ilk - looking as if the had but one set of clothing and had slept in that for untold weeks.
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