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our first year in California have annually reappeared en masse, out along the curb - a gorgeous sight that has brought to our door [[underlined]] dozens [[/underlined]] of enquirers.  Also your 1923 collection of zinnias and many others. 

In the kitchen garden, your Golden Bantam Corn and Mammoth Bush Limas have outdistanced all other varieties in our neighborhood, the Eastern seed, at all times, seeming to do better than the western.  

For real downright satisfaction, give me "Burpee's Seeds That Grow".
     
Most sincerely yours,
May E. Monasmith,
Baldwin Park,
California.
 

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