|Eastern Mojave Vegetation||Field Notes (Continued)|
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2008 Tour de Swertia albomarginata
Mono Lake, August 2008
|When I first read the field notes of Annie Alexander and Louise Kellogg, I was fascinated by the descriptions they wrote about the places they went and the plants and animals they found there. By publishing my field notes on the Internet I hope to follow a little bit in their tradition.|
Irma and Paul Schweich, about 1910
Paul and Hortense, 1912
Paul Schweich & Hortense
living on Chestnut Street
living with Grandmother Shaw
Hortense and Bobby, 1913
Locations: North Table Mountain.
May 17, 1913. An immense boulder, accompanied by many small rocks,
rolled from the top of North Table Mountain into the Church Ditch
narrowly missing a rural mailman. It had rained heavily the preceding
night (VanHorn, 1972).
Typed note of arrival of Anna Korolewicz in the US
Arrival of Anna Korolewicz in New York.
Locations: Kinney Run.
August 16, 1913. A flood on Kinney Run [Kenneys Creek] was caused
by a cloudburst [estimated 4 inches of rain in~ hour]. About $10,000
damage was sustained by homes, businesses, and bridges on Ford
Street (VanHorn, 1972).
Locations: Magpie Gulch.
September 6, 1913. Small floods occurred in several gulches in Golden.
The railroad tracks west of Golden were covered by tons of rock
and sand at Magpie Gulch [north side of Clear Creek, SW-4 sec.
28, T. 3 S., R. 70 W.] (VanHorn, 1972).
Charley O'Hara, Hortense, and Irma Schweich, 1914
Hortense at Aunt Annie's, Lowville, NY, 1914.
Charley O'Hara, Hortense and myself first leaving
Aunt Annie's for Aunt Livey's"
March 14, 1914. A large deposit of bitumen-soaked sandstone was
found near Turkey Creek south of Morrison (VanHorn, 1972).
May 2, 1914. At 4:00 a.m. Tuesday morning a few thousand tons of
rock slumped several yards and covered up the access road at the
Tramway Quarry [SE 1/4 sec. 22. T. 3 S., R. 70 W.] on North Table
Mountain. Heavy snow and rain have softened the "clay and ash."
The ditch company and the railroad experienced much trouble in
previous years when great sections of hillside moved slowly down
toward Clear Creek (VanHorn, 1972).
Donovan Shaw, 1915
Hortense and Bobby, 1915
Irma, Hortense, and Bobby
Kansas City, MO
1915 / 1916 ?
Photo by Hortense
"Hortense snapped this one of me -- See the cat in the hammock."
At Mount Vernon
Maude, Floyd, Hortense and I (Irma) on the lawn at Mt. Vernon.|
Wonderful view of the Potomac from where we sit.
Hortense and Cats, 1916
Irma and Hortense, 1916
Hortense and Bobby with Paul
Paul, Hortense & Bobby|
K. C. MO
Paul Schweich birth certificate
October 9, 1917: Birth of Paul Schweich.
Grandmother Arvilla Shaw, Hortense and Paul
House in Wallace Grove, Missouri.
Paul, Betty, and Ruth
Paul, Betty, and Ruth on the lawn at the house in Wallace Grove.
Paul Schweich, 1918
“Where Dad Worked Prior to 1919”
Peter Pawluk worked here prior to 1919.
Hortense and friends, 1919
Paul A. Schweich, 1919
Paul A. Schweich, 1919
Mama, Olga, and some friends
Anna Pawluk and Olga.
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Date and time this article was prepared: 9/23/2020 5:20:08 PM