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Old Catalogs

Larry Doucette wrote:

:  What does one do with old,  but very colorful, iris catalogs  ??     Most are
:  loaded with valuable info and for that reason I hated to part with them -
:  gee the stacks are getting awful high....

One sets up special files for them, even if it means that other keepsakes &
collectibles have to go....

:  Now, I must move them off the dining room table so we can set up the
:  Thanksgiving meal....    :<)

No way -- that's what restaurants are for!

Sharon McAllister (73372.1745@compuserve.com)
Who hopes Santa will bring her another Four-drawer, Legal-Sized Filing Cabinet

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