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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 132 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 15 page 132
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Milan  attending to costumers. I had a good clean room at the Albergo del Paradiso and in my efforts to order a dinner got acquainted with a Frenchman who spoke a little english. Jacques Deplech, Ingenieur Diplome, E.P.C., Chemist at the fabrik of artificial silk.  Milan is a bustling hustling commercial manufacturing town the most go-ahead in Italy. The Gothic cathedral is a wonderful thing and is tremendously ornate. The amount of carving in  stone is something appalling. This is everywhere, all over the blessed thing. Numerous slender highly carved spires run up capped by a statue. I wondered what kept them ::::::::: March 13, 1906.  from being blown over in a storm. Wandered on the roof for two hours. Splendid view of the long crescent of the Alps rising from the fertile Lombardy plain level as a floor and highly tilled and of great extent. The snowy chain shows Monte Rosa, the Matterhorn and is one of the finest views of its kind I ever saw.
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