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January 22, 2009

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Aimee E Newell

Hello Mr. Brown: Thanks for your interest in our blog. This sounds like a fascinating study. I'm going to respond you you via email with some suggestions, but if other blog readers have ideas, please post a comment and reply to Mr. Brown. Thanks again, Aimee Newell

Cliff Brown

can anyone out there help me find infoamation about an apron worn by the Earl of Zetland in thw 1850s. Apparently its design was used on the first stamps of Newfoundland, a crown colony at the time. Does it still exist? Does anyone have a picyture of it? etc. I am working on a book related to the designs and would like to communicate with anyone who has information abou this.
please email: cliffbrown@zoominternet.net
so I cn communicate with you. Thanks

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