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Re: AR: C. G. White arilbreds

From: AHKAtelier@aol.com

I am an irisarian in Redlands, California.  I believe that is where C.G. 
White did his hybridizing.  If anyone had information on where his house was 
and where he may have gardened I may be able to search around to find some of 
his irises.  There is a horticultural society here that may be of help.  Any 
information would be appreciated.  I might be interested in having such an 
iris bed.  Who knows maybe one exists already.

Allison Kennedy

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