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Re: Nameing Suttons Iris

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

>This is a very very sad story I have to tell and it has afffected me all my
>life.  I grew up in Concord Mass a kid in the 1950s and everyone rode bikes
>that had name license plates on them.  Except me.  There has never been a
>Doreen preprinted on anything. No Funny pens, stationary etc.  They named 
>dolls Barbie not Doreen. Songs? G- L- O- R- I -A  not Doreen.

There has been an iris registered as DOREEN. I'm not sure what year, or by 
whom, and don't even know if it's still available. Also Blyth registered 
one, once as DOREEN QUIGLY.
Cheers, Jan

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