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[p. 63] Church, and held the esteem of the people as the ‘queen of the monthlies.’ It would seem that such a one as he would not be imposed on by any ‘fake,’ and now, after sixty-eight years, we ‘wonder’ (to use his word) if Medford had then a Luther Burbank, as we later knew, to our sorrow and cost, of ‘ProfessorLeopold Trouvelot, of gypsy-moth fame. Who of our horticultural friends can throw any light on this long-ago incident?

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