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Print for Your Potting Shed Wall?

Posted by digit ID/WA (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 4, 12 at 12:18

I think I'll go with the Burpee 1901 and maybe the daffodil catalog cover! Here's another - Alneer Brothers(?)! You can click on the image above. It will take you to the Smithsonian pages where you can save, edit and print your own.

Steve :o)


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RE: Print for Your Potting Shed Wall?

Thats a wonderful find, Steve.


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Love that picture! Brings back the "olden days" memories!


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I had thought about posting the front cover of the 1901 Burpee catalog. Using an abundance of caution with regards to copyright, I did not. The Smithsonian has "their" copyright information at the bottom of the page & I read that but they mentioned "3rd parties."

The picture above was edited a bit - the paper had come off a little on the watermelon rind. Picasa has good editing tools. Some of the catalogs are missing corners or have been folded . . . I don't know why someone decided to put an "X" in blue ink on some . . . a lot can happen in a century, I suppose.

Be sure to look thru using the various search boxes. For example, if you look just for "Livingston Seed" - you only get ONE catalog!! If you search "Tomatoes" - you get a dozen Livingston catalogs!

Steve


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RE: Print for Your Potting Shed Wall?

  • Posted by jnfr z5b CO (My Page) on
    Fri, Mar 9, 12 at 10:42

Thanks so much for the link. I had a wonderful time browsing those.


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