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hybridizers, locations, World of Iris

More iris wishes...
The World of Iris doesn't always tell what region of the United States
hybridizers were working in when they discuss new developments (it does
usually give country).  Some of them have moved around quite a bit, but has
anyone on this list put together an electronic list of hybridizers and what
state they work(ed) in?  I have some of the recent checklists, which include
hybridizer addresses, but not the older ones.  Plus it would be nice to have
one master list.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA

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