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From: HIPSource@aol.com

In a message dated 7/3/99 9:53:36 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
hirundo@tricon.net writes:

<< Does anyone happen to have Afterglow in anybody's catalog? >>

To my knowledge, and I sought it for one project for two years, AFTERGLOW 
(Sturtevant,1917) is not available commercially and I have checked with the 
HIPS DataBank within the last month on this and the response indicates it 
will be impossible to obtain in the near future on a HIPS member-to-member 

What I am saying is that we have nearly lost it and  I suggest anyone just 
looking for lemon smells look elsewhere other than this rare iris. 

Anner Whitehead
Commercial Source Chairman 
Historic Iris Preservation Society

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