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Old February 17, 2012   #1
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Default Rennie's seed annual & garden guide for 1920 (1920)

Rennie's seed annual & garden guide for 1920 (1920)

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Nice find there!
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Old February 18, 2012   #3
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Very nice! I enjoyed looking through all the pages.
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Thank you, John3. You post the most wonderful things for us to look at during these cold off-season days.
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I thought the giant white carrots were interesting as a feed crop.
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I like the old catalogs. Makes me want to track down these kinds and see if the descriptions are right!
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Thanks for sharing this with us; those old catalogs have a charm all their own.

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