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^[[Ans 8/27/24]]
[[stamped]] AUG 19 1924 [[/stamped]] 

Box. Corner of Verdugo & York Blvd 
Los Angeles 
Aug 13 - 24

In reference to 

What have Burpee's Seeds done for me. 

Dear Sirs 

Gardening has always appealed to us as the finest of recreations, with its endless variety; progression, continual gift of green and flowers to surround the home, and by no means least, the supply of vegetables  which with carefull packing have always lasted us for the major part of the year. 

We came to value Burpee's Seeds while in Toronto - in 1912, for then we obtained the habit of counting the seeds in each row in the boxes.  It was astounding to find such perfect fertility, while previously we had sections of the rows blank. In particular this applied to your "Whole Salad Tomatoe" which ever since has been a special inhabitant of our garden. 

In 1914 we obtained a prize in the Toronto Garden Contest, when we had 

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Unsure how numbering and date should be indicated - just included at top rather than mixed in with the text.

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