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Re: IRIS Books

> Carolyn, is it Timber Press that sells Dykes' book? I saw a post awhile
> back, maybe from Clarence, re this. Could you post me the address? That
> is one book I want!
> ***
> Barb Johnson --  This was a 1911(??) first edition, not for sale thru
> publishers, fer sher!!  Timber Press sells "better books for gardeners,
> horticulturists and botanists"
> Address is 133 S.W.Second Avenue, Suite 450
> Portland oregon 97204, USA
> ph. 1-800-327-5680
> Great source for books from all kinds of publishers and for all levels, the
> novice through professional plantsmen.
> Timber Press is a book seller, they sell books by Timber Press, Sagapress?ngaere A--------  whoops, that's: Sagapress/Ngaere A.Macray 
Books, Diocorides Press,
> and Varsity Press.
> Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY where it's sunny and wonderful today.

Thanks! I will write them too.    Barb J.

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