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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 46 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 46
Kew.  - Clarkia Xantiana, Hall, 6305, Fort Tejon. The anthers are [inserted here are two drawings, one labeled "biloba," the other "Xantiana."] dark purple on one side and almost white on the other. So that Hall's 5084 (G. biloba var subulata) could not be the same, the structure of the anthers being wholly different. The pollen-grains are much alike, being represented above. ---------- - Mimulus cardinalis, Trans. Lond. Hort. Soc. 2 ser. I, plate 3. ---------- - Antirrhinum virga Gray, Lake Co. Rattan! ::::::::: February 3, 1906.  = Had dinner today with Sir. Dietrich Brandis. He also invited young Mr. Cotton, an assistant in the Herbarium. Sir Dietrich said: Mr. Pinchot is a very able man. He is what you call "A Man of the World". He knows how to meet men; he is tactful. He is of French descent. The grandfather of the elder Pinchots was a soldier in Napoleon's army taking part in the 100 days, from Napoleon's leaving Elba until Waterloo, the One Hundred Glorious Days of France. Yes. Well, after that he decided to leave France; he thought it best or perhaps he had to. He went to New York. On the great western wagon road leading west through Pennsylvania was a stopping place, a store
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