"About Vanilla," 1900, and Other Gardening Magazines and Books
|Publication Title||About Vanilla, Walnut Culture in California (L. D. Batchelor), Fruit Production, Bush Fruits , My Garden Book, 1925 (Alexander and Brown Perth), Merchandising Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Profitable Fruit-Growing (John Wright), The Fruit-Growers Guide-Book (E. H. Favor), Dye Plants and Dyeing – a Handbook , The Home Fruit Garden (Frank H. Beach and Norman F. Childers), Botanic Garden (B. Maund), Hudson Sprayers Catalogue , Raspberry Culture, Guide to Hardy Fruits and Ornamentals (T. J. Dwyer), Spraying Fruits: How, When, Where and Why to Do It (William Stahl), The Why and How of Orchard Success , The Amateur Fruit Grower (Samuel B. Green), The Fruit Garden Displayed, A Manual for Citrus Growers (Chas. W. Horn, editor), The C. W. S. Book of Knowledge and Handy Reckoner, Pruning and Planting Fruit Trees (John Stoney), Great Crops of Strawberries and How to Grow Them, A Partnership for Profit, Field Force Pump Co. , How to Spray, When to Spray, Which Sprayer to Use, The Auto-Spray, Nature Magazine, March 1924, Nature Magazine, April 1924, Nature Magazine, May 1924|
|Publication Date||1900, 1936, 1948, 1925, 1947, 1890, 1911, 1944, 1941, 1903, 1923, 1937, 1940, 1924|
|Volume/Issue||Bulletin 379; Bulletin No. 4; Vol. 20 No. 3; Bulletin 252; Bulletin No. 887; Catalogue No. 33; Catalogue No. 18|
|Period||Early 20th Century, Late 19th Century|
|Publisher||The Joseph Burnett Company, University of California, Ohio State University, The Royal Horticultural Society, Mutual Orange Distributors , John Murray, R. M. Kellogg Co.|
|Genre||Home and Garden, Nature, Instructional and Textbooks|
|Additional Information||A collection of gardening and agriculture magazines from the late 19th to mid 20th century. Profitable Fruit-Growing is an 1890 second edition. Pruning and Planting Fruit Trees is a first edition. There are two copies of Spraying Fruits: How, When, Where and Why to Do It and How to Spray, When to Spray, What Sprayers to Use.|
- conditions vary; tearing; damage to spines; bumped corners; scratches and wear; page toning and discoloration; light foxing; Walnut Culture in California has modern rebinding and sticker at top left corner; The Fruit-Growers Guide-Book cover has come detached.
- measurements reflect one.