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Re: Iris Breeding

Hello, Clarence.  Surprised to hear that there is aril in EARL OF ESSEX.  
I.,reichenbachii or sualeolens; are you quite sure??? Sure that they are aril
I mean.  Went last night to Tim's production of The Glass Menagerie). Tim is
son-in-law to be. But in the after-show eating there seems to be some doubt
about the suitablity of the date chosen!! One of his friends cannot come.
Keep fingers crossed.  I got your note, and will write to Gleen, but am going
to say that no one is more qualified for the award than yourself.  Cheers,
Lloyd Z   

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