, 1918) 36" Midseason bloom. Color Class-Y4L. Standards and falls pale lemon yellow, deeper at base of Standards; olive reticulations on claw; yellow-orange beard. 'Hope'
. Sturtevant 1918.
| From Sturtevant Glen Road Iris Garden catalog, 1920: SHEKINAH — A Pale Lemon Yellow deepening thru the center; the first clear yellow of pallida growth, 3 ft. SILVER MEDAL (MHS) 1917. $25.00.
| From Robert Wayman,"Best Twenty-five Irises", The Flower Grower, Oct 1925: SHEKINAH is a pale yellow pallida originated by our American hybridizer Miss Sturtevant. When seen in a mass it is exquisitely beautiful.
| Historic Swarthmore slides circa 1945
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