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For Prize Contest

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R.D.#2 Ashland, Wis.
August 26, 1925.

W. Atlee Burpee Co.
Philadelphia, Penn.

Dear Sirs:-

Three years ago, by chance, I planted Burpee's Yellow Globe Danvers Onions beside Yellow Globe Danvers purchased from another company. Upon germination, I found that Burpee's had the sturdiest and heaviest stand.  Both plots received the very same cultivation, yet there was always a big difference in the two plots.  In the fall, Burpee's matured earlier and more evenly; the onions were larger and more uniform in shape and color with more than twice the yield

[[stamped]] AUG 31 1925 [[/stamped]]
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