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CAT: older material

  • Subject: CAT: older material
  • From: Gesine Lohr <gesine.lohr@gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2009 16:55:40 -0700

Hi Sterling,

Im the HIPS Archivist -- Do you have a list you could send me, or a rough
idea of what you have?  Thanks!  My email address is


Looking forward to hearing from you,


> Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 17:40:48 +0000
> From: Laetitia Munro <lmmunro@hotmail.com>
> Subject: RE: [iris] Catalog help
> I would also contact the Archives chairperson whom Paul will undoubtedly
> refer
> you to: That is Gesine Lohr gesine.lohr@gmail.com
> who could tell you if HIPS would have any interest in purchasing them.
> Laetitia
> *********************************************
> >
> > Since you have items 30 years old and older, try contacting HIPS
> (Historic
> > Iris Preservation Society) with you information.  Paul Gossett is
> president.
> > contact Paul at pwgossett at juno dot com.  If  you have slides of
> historic
> > iris (30 years or older), please reply to me.  Robert Karr


From: Sterling Okase <sterling_o@yahoo.com>
To: Iris List <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Mon, Aug 10, 2009 6:32 pm
Subject: [iris] CAT: help

Hi everyone,
I have not sent a message to the iris list in a long time so I dont know if
this message will get through.

I have a huge collection of iris catalogs and AIS bulletins that I need to
rid of. I am not sure the best way to do this. The quickest and easiest way
thought would be through eBay but I know that not all AIS-ers are online
or are familiar with how eBay works. I also thought about putting together a
catalog but I think this might be too much work. I also thought about
an ad in the AIS Bulletin but was not sure what to say in the ad. Another
thought was to start a website, perhaps an eBay Store and list things there.

I would appreciate any thoughts the membership might have on this.

Thanks in advance.


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