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Re: HIST -- AIS Black List

In a message dated 6/14/04 2:43:27 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
DFerguson@cabq.gov writes:

> <<Seems I saw a copy of the list in Roots, but I'd have to look up the 
> date.
> I think a collection of plants found only on that black list could actually
> be quite a nice collection.  >>

At the risk of being called a HIPS Huckster, let me remind everyone that a 
copy of the original Black List, White List, and a bunch of other interesting 
info. can be obtained from HIPS for the paltry sum of $5.00, postpaid.  Just 
send your check, made out to "HIPS" to me, and request AIS Bulletin photocopy # 

Dorothy Stiefel
HIPS Publications Sales
260 Michigan Hollow Rd.
Spencer, NY 14883

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