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^[[#4182]] [[stamped]] AUG 13 1924 [[/stamped]] ^[[Ans 8/25/24]] "For Prize Contest" "What Burpees Seeds Have Done for me" In the early spring of 1923 I sent an order for Burpee Zinnias Giant White, Giant ^[[canary]] Yellow, Giant Rose, Giant Scarlet, Giant Flush Pink, ^[[and]] Giant Purple. They made such a wonderful showing that many of my friends were anxious to have some next summer, so I saved a keg of loose seed and gave to my friends for Christmas presents These seed have made a great bright spot for miles and miles around the towns of Josephine and [[?]] How I prepared the bed was first just south of house and two Apricot trees was what I called a weed bed. When the garden was being broke. My husband with old Sam (mule) broke this weed bed.- (over)
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