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TB: Quaker Lady

I am hoping someone could look up the description information (if there is one) on Quaker Lady from the first checklist. I know I have that book somewhere, but seems like a bad plan to leave my current task updating the RIS checklist to look for it : )  Yes- there is hope that we will get this done.  Already had immense respect for the amount of work our registrars put into the entire AIS checklist, but that respect increases daily.
  Interesting to note that Quaker Lady rebloomed in NY, zone 7.  This is the first report we have had that the records note.
  Robin Shadlow

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