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page 176 -- pond lily, santa arrives

updated 21 February 2016
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The trade card above shows one of the 70 or so species of
Nymphaea alba, the European White Water Lily (Wikipedia)

"This card given with shoes by W. W. Thorpe Fine Boots * Shoes & Slippers, 222? Main St., Bristol CT."

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