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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 118 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 118
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Florence  Italian restaurant called the Cave. It is frequented by artists. It is a cellar or rather basement, the great arches plastered over with the posters of the day. We had Italian dishes and a very jolly time. Present: Mr. & Mrs. A.G. Freeman, Miss Anna Brown, U.C., Miss Moller, U.C., Mrs. Dr. F.H. Payne, Berkeley, Dr. Payne her nephew, Berkeley; Miss Morris and Mrs Morris and their friend Miss Boone not Californian. To please the Freemans I recited "Caesar at the Telephone", "The Woman who wrote from the Press" and "Em and Sue". The whole ::::::::: March 6, 1906  crowd took to 'em mightily but I dislike very much to do that sort of thing.  Then we went away from Florence. I never left a city where I was a mere traveler with so much regret. The train pulls up over the Apennines and we reached a pass where snow was lying. We had some fine views. Grapes are trained up on low trees with four to seven short umbel like arms pruned off mostly very stubby or with one shoot left on each. [See image for drawing] Grapevines 1 to 3 to each tree. The olive. The Mulberry for silkworms -- These three
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