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Re: CULT: The Very Best of Our Best

From: Patsiris@aol.com

Unless my mind has played tricks on me again, I think that I have already 
filled out a tall bearded poll for the TBS, so this one seems like overkill.  
It also seems to me that it is a shame that an American Iris Society 
Symposium would have no room for American irises,
only imports like most of us.   The reason for the above being all tall 
bearded was given
as the fact that the rest were taken care of by the Section groups.   Their 
results are never
printed in the AIS Bulletin, so they remain lesser known.
I'll hop down off my soapbox now  and fill the darned thing out, but I won't 
like it.
                                                              Pat in Dallas

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