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Re: Back issues of AIS Bulletin

In a message dated 1/7/2005 10:55:55 AM Central Standard Time, 
jpreilly@zianet.com writes:
Has anybody
advertised to sell their old Bulletins?

I have the library for our Iris Club, and have enough bulletins to cover an
8-foot distance.  If possible, I would like to purchase the older Bulletins.
Our oldest issue is April 1968.

Jim Reilly

AIS Storefront  aisstorefront@juno.com and Ann Violette aviolet@polson.net 
both show ordering info in the Oct 2004 AIS Bulletin pages 109 and 111 for old 
Bulletins.  Our own club library has had many donations from older members 
"cleaning house" so you might put out a request in your local/Regional newsletter. 
You can usually get those for the cost of picking them up.

Rita Gormley
Gormley Greenery
Cedar Hill, MO
AIS Region 18, Zone 5

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