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Historical Seed Catalogs: Seed annual : a gardeners, truckers and farmers by American Seed Company (1911) – 42 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Seed annual : a gardeners, truckers and farmers by American Seed Company (1911) – 42 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Seed annual : a gardeners, truckers and farmers by American Seed Company (1911) - 42 in a seriesHistorical Seed Catalogs: Seed annual : a gardeners, truckers and farmers by American Seed Company (1911) - 42 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Seed annual : a gardeners, truckers and farmers by American Seed Company (1911) - 42 in a seriesHistorical Seed Catalogs: Seed annual : a gardeners, truckers and farmers by American Seed Company (1911) - 42 in a series

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CUSTOMERS, PATRONS AND FRIENDS:

WE greet you again with our best thanks for your very liberal patronage with which you favored us the past season. We have spared neither expense or effort to be worthy of that patronage again for 1911. We have scouted the continent over to procure ideal varieties and we will introduce a few new sorts this year of such extraordinary merits that we expect them to not only please, but astound you when you see the results. They show such an increase of both yield and quality over old varieties that we are desirous to have every grower in Texas procure a start from the seeds and improve his income. We refer you to our Charleston Cabbage, Chesterfield Cucumber, Ozark Stringless Beans, Banquet Beet, Boston Lettuce, Ponderosa Radish, Kentucky Cardinal Tomato, Rufus Rastus Watermelon and the new Irish King Potato.

 



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