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REF: Old books--and articles thereon

  • Subject: REF: Old books--and articles thereon
  • From: HIPSource@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 12 Feb 1999 17:33:18 EST

From: HIPSource@aol.com


Those of you who are interested in some of the classic iris literature may be
interested in a series of interesting articles written by Clarence Mahan, now
President of AIS and a great fan of books in general, old iris books in
particular and old irises as well. These ran in the spring issues of ROOTS
over several years and I heartily recommend them. The series is called
Diamonds in the Dust. Clarence describes them and tells us some stories about

Check out these issues in sequence: Spring 1991, Spring 1994, Spring 1995,
Spring 1996, and Spring 1997. 

Back issues of ROOTS are available from HIPS. Check the Publications part of
the HIPS webpage at http:www.worldiris.com. 

And while you are there you might look at the Descriptions of the Contents of
the early Bulletins you can order from HIPS. Dorothy is too modest to crow
about this new feature on the page, but I think it is great for people to be
able to see what is in the first issues so they can select which ones interest

Anner Whitehead

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