Of historical interest - IBC tees

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Of historical interest - IBC tees

Post  JimLewis on Sat May 14, 2011 5:13 pm

I think we had 4 tee shirts made back in the old days (I did two, Nic Steinhout did one, and someone else did another -- a woman with a bonsai shop somewhere in the Midwest), but I can only find three of them, so maybe it was faulty memory????

Anyway, to go along with Tony's thread and just for those "old folks" out there:

The first tee -- front and back from 1996-97:





1998 front and back:





And, year 2000 (this is the one Nic did, I think):



If someone can tell me if my memory is faulty (quite likely) or provide a picture of the missing shirt . . .

Apologize fo the color -- sunlight thru red curtains

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Post  Chris Cochrane on Sat May 14, 2011 6:06 pm

Hi Jim...

Posted on IBC, Apr 29 1998, by DaSu Bonsai Studio owner:
WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS:
If I have enough orders in by May 4th, we will have the shirts back the 15th. Should be in time for Brussel's Spring Fling. Shirts are more expensive than last year, but $3.00 of every shirt goes to fund the list. THOUGHT Is this a non-profit organization? Maybe this is a TAX Deduction! Really, On the serious side I'm sure Dan can use a little funding to help keep the list up and running.
DON'T DELAY.....ORDER TODAY GO TO..............http://(now, defunct web page)

Later,
Su Lowman, Kelley, IA USA Zone 4
http://www.bonsaitrees.com

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Post  JimLewis on Sat May 14, 2011 11:28 pm

Hmmm . . . I wonder if I'm out of sequence - somewhere?

Likely.

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