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HIST: Anner's Mauve Unknown

I'm not a member of Iris-photos, although I greatly enjoy the pictures  in 
the Archives, so I asked John to post a cropped scan of a  snapshot of an 
historic TB I grow which has so far eluded  identification.
This has all the characteristic bells and whistles one enjoys in a fine  
iris of the interwar years: velvet, irisy fragrance, iridescence, gawjus  half 
markings, substance, vigor, and a whole lot of class. 
Surely someone knows its name? 
Thank you, John; I appreciate your help, as always.
Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA
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