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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 62 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 62
Paris, France  = the Paris "Underground" is exceedingly popular and at morning and evening the 3rd class coaches are jammed worse than anything I ever saw. The cars make so much noise that conversation is well nigh impossible. I was not certain of the way to Passey and tried the gatekeeper by signs. As I walked away I was overtaken by a most pleasant Englishman who said the gatekeeper had asked him to speak to me. His name is Percy Brammall, student for the PhD. at the Sorbonne; his address 29, rue Vineuse, 16e., and incidentally making his way by teaching English to the French. ::::::::: Feb. 8, 1906  - Left Paris at 2:30 on the Paris-Lyon-Mediterranean Express. As long as it was daylight I saw a country of rolling hills, thickly settled for the most part, farms, little plantations of trees. The next morning early we had passed Marseilles and soon were in sight of the Riviera, with glimpses of the blue Mediterranean to the right. We came to Cannes, then Nice and about 10:00 oclock I stopped off at Monte Carlo to get a glimpse of that famous place. After paying 4 francs for a 2-course lunch I went to the Casino. One cannot enter the Casino unless he is
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