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FW: Queen of Show

From: 	iris-l@rt66.com on behalf of SHARLYN-ROCHA
Sent: 	Saturday, October 19, 1996 1:25 AM
To: 	Multiple recipients of list
Subject: 	Queen of Show

>Sharlyn-Rocha writes of an Iris Garden called Nicholson's

I would like the address of this garden. I am the chairman for our Iris 
Societies rizome sale and we usually get our Iris that aren't donated from 
Cooleys and Shcriners, but I would love to be able to check out a new source.

Jefrie Jenkins
Zone 5

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