The China Journal. Vol. X, No. 6. June, 1929
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143 pp., illustrations (67 pp. text + 26 pp. plates + 50 pp. advertisements). top & bottom of spine missing, light cover wear, binding is weak. Contents: In Shanghai to have a museum? / Arther de C. Sowerby; Kuan-Yin: Goddess of Mercy / Clarence Burton Day; The hibiscus painting / Elfrida Hudson; Editorial comments; Correspondence; Reviews; Formosa, the island beaufiful / Franklin B. Metcalf; Travel and exploration notes; An autogenous chimera of chrysanthemum and its bearing upon certain biological problems / W. M. Porterfield; Notes on trees and shrubs of northern Manchuria / B. W. Skvortzow; Description of a new species of microhyla from Kangtung, South China / L. S. Chen; Scientific notes and reviews; The kennel; The garden; Societies and institutions; Publications received. Bookseller Inventory # AMA010916-2
Title: The China Journal. Vol. X, No. 6. June, 1929
Publisher: Shanghai, China: China Journal Publishing
Publication Date: 1929
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fair
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