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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] May 16 [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Washington [[/underlined]] 10 A.M. [[underlined]] Cumberland [[/underlined]] 2 PM [[underlined]] Parkersburg [[/underlined]] 9 P.M. [[underlined]] May 17 [[/underlined]] Daylight in Indiana St. Louis 1:35 Kansas City 9:30 P.M. " [[Ditto for: Kansas City]] left at 11 P.M. [[underlined]] May 18 [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Pratt, [[/underlined]] Kansas 9:45 A.M. Open plains, good wheat & grass. Scissor Tail flycatcher, one at Pratt. Yucca glauca, a few, the first Orytropis in flowers Tradescantia Castillia, yellow, abn. Geomys hills - abn. [[underlined]] Haviland [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Bucklin [[/underlined]] 11:30 Opuntia common Plantago " [[Ditto for: common]] Malvastrum coccyneum Allium, pink, abn.
Orytropis = Oxytropis - possibly Vernon forgot to cross his x? Transcribed as it looks. Checked species names, kept Vernon's spelling, anything I'm unsure of is in [[?]] - @siobhanleachman
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