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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 166 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 166
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Kew, England Women take to dogs here in this land.  So much so that the ladies shops inthe fashionable districts display the signs: "Dogs not Admitted." "Dogs Admitted only on Line."  - " Dogs not Admitted Except Toy Dogs which must be carried"! :::::::::  June 30, 1906. - Went to call on the Becks in Holland Road.  Conrad Beck told a good story of the Boer War times, illustrating the steadying influences of trade relations in keeping peace.  At that time German papers spoke of the English with great bitterness. German salesmen in England, however, fround the doors closed in their faces.  One young fellow told Beck that a big house said to him: No, we won't order anything more.  What are you telling all these lies about our soldiers."  Then there was a meeting of German manufacturers in Berlin and the newspapers were called off.  Beck says the English Navy is
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