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Hi, all,

I can answer my own question.  A pic of KATHLEEN KAY NELSON can be 
seen on page 36 of Cooley's 2000 catalog.  $10.  For those who don't 
have that cat, the description is:

           (Hager, '93) ML 35".
           This deeply fluted dark violet-blue has
           extraordinary form and appeal.  Seven to
           eight buds open on perfectly branched stalks
           to overwhelm the most sophisticated irisarian.
           Soft light yellow beards.  HM '95, AM '97.

Looks like a dark violet self to me, and beards look white.  Nice 

Patricia Brooks
Whidbey Island, WA  zone 8

P.S.:  Thanks for them scary Halloween pics, guys!

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