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Re: Eleanor Lachman

In a message dated 5/5/1998 2:16:16 PM Central Daylight Time,
mikecook@pipeline.com writes:

<< Hi; a few months ago, I was given the address and phone for Eleanor Lachman
 (I was ordering a plant).  Now I've misplaced it, and forgotten who gave it
 to me.  Clyde, I think it was you.  Could I have it again?
Hi Sheila,
It is 419 Pine Street 
' Amherst MA 01002.
Tel#==413 549-0508.

Guess who was their neighbor for many years? Robert Frost.** 
Clyde Crockett z5 Indy IN ccredux@aol.com
"Whose garden this is I think I know
The Lachmans are gone to a convention though
They won't mind me stopping here 
To  watch their lovely hostas grow

That little plant must think it queer
To grow with slugs and snails so near
It gives its petiole a shake
It's eaten up! The little dear!"
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