No DJ or slipcase. In Faux leather gilt Minor wea .Very good; A Capsule look at the scientific strides made in early 20th C America.; Octavo; 598 pp pages. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Our Country and Its Resources: What We Ought...
Publisher: Munn & Co.
Publication Date: 1918
Binding: Faux leather
Illustrator: Illustrated by 800 illustrations
Book Description Scientific American Series, New York, 1918. Full-Leather. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. 598 with index in rear; Three parts ( Uncle Sam's Activities and interest; Of Human Interest to all: Uncle Sam's People;; and Uncle Sam's Autobiography). Pages tight; yellowed; with 300 b/w illustrations and photos. "The Heart of the Nation" Capital Building on Frontispiece. Several pages are slightly warped near the bottom areas with some water stain marks; no markings; Black inside end pages are also warped. Soft leather covers are faded; gild lettering on front and spine; Front right edge is creased and worn; Moderate wear on corners and spine ends. Corners rounded. Content headings include: Geographical Discovery; Population; Agriculture; Forests; National Parks; Roads; Panama Canel; Railroads; Postal Service; Mineral Industry; Patent Office; Automobiles; Commerce; Industry; Education; Navy; Army; Money;; Revenues; Flag; Telegraphy; Motion Pictures; Air; Washington; Executive Branch; Cabinet; US Departments; Smithsonian Institution; Activies of the Government, etc. VINTAGE COPY. Seller Inventory # S44-B2472-6017