Title: The China Journal. Vol. XI, No. 4. October, ...
Publisher: Shanghai, China: China Journal Publishing
Publication Date: 1929
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
112 pp., illustrations (48 pp. text +16 pp. plates + 48 pp. advertisements). light cover wear, owner's name stamped on front cover margin, small area of discoloration at top of front cover. (48 pp. text +16 pp. plates + 48 pp. advertisements). Contents: Widening our scope; A brief study of Chinese lexicography / K. T. Wu; Palladius / John C. Ferguson; Fire in trees / J. H.; Art notes; Reviews; Moods of Mount Omei / Charles Hooker; Travel and exploration notes; Industrial and engineering potentialities of Manchuria / Arthur de C. Sowerby; Engineering notes; The sika or spotted deer of eastern Asia / Arthur de C. Sowerby; A study of the proteins of kaoliang / Lo Teng-yi; Scientific notes and reviews; Shooting and fishing notes; The kennel; The garden; Societies and institutions; Educational notes and intelligence; Publications received. Bookseller Inventory # AMA011016-3
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