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--- In iris-photos@y..., irischapman@n... wrote:
... Shah Jehan. It sounds as if it could be a canidate for your 
unknown Wabash similar."

The Iris City photo shows less of the creamy to almost yellow than 
what Shah Jehan had for me in desert Idaho country.  I remember it 
being rather tall--40" or so.  Eleanor describes her amoena as "BB or 
IB" size.  

On one of the other possibles mentioned, the HIPS photo of Helen 
Collingwood shows a definite lavendar cast to the standards, which I 
suppose faded rapidly in our western desert sun.  I had remembered it 
as rather more amoena than this photo shows, so I suppose it is 
definitely out as your possible identity.

Someone who may know your amoena is Larry Harder P. O. Box 547, Ponca 
NE 68770.

Neil Mogensen


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