|Title and Author/Editor:||Luther Burbank: His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application Prepared from His Original Field Notes Covering More Than 100,000 Experiments Made During Forty Years Devoted to Plant Improvement (Luther Burbank with editorial direction of John Whitson, et. al.)|
|Type of Illustration:||Direct color photographs|
|Binding:||Textured glazed cloth with gilt lettering and pastedown vignette.|
|Publisher:||Luther Burbak Press|
|Publication Year:||1914 – 1915|
|Period:||Early 20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||New York|
|Edition Statement:||First Edition|
|Signed by:||Volume I is signed by Robert John, Secretary of The Luther Burbank Society.|
|Volumes:||Volumes I, IV – X, XII|
|Number of Books:||9|
|Additional Notes:||Each volume features tipped-in color plates with explanations, gilt top text edges and untrimmed fore and bottom edges.|
- wear to the covers with sunning, fraying, rubbed edges, bumped corners, warping and chipping to pastedown vignettes; cracked hinges; fading, tanning, foxing and soiling to text blocks; writing to endpapers; musty.
-measures one volume.