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HIST -- AIS Black List

Hi all,

I believe the Black List *did* have quite an effect on
people, since many iris on it are ones I have never
ever encountered -- i.e., people got rid of them after
they were blacklisted.

Of course, some of our favorites are on that list too!

Someone on this list purchased a copy of the list, at
the Silent Auction at the recent AIS convention --
maybe they would scan it and post?

One of the points of the Black List was, many iris are
introduced, that are not really different enough to
warrant introduction -- still a problem today.  Also,
in AIS history, this was a time when they were just
organizing/listing all the extant iris, and figuring
out that many had been going by several names.  So it
was kind of a "listy" time.


p.s. Save your iris catalogs!  70 years from now,
then-current Historic Iris Preservation Society
members will be very happy to read them!

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