Ferns in Their Homes and Ours: Volume I in the American Natural History Series
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xvi and 178 p., illustrated and embossed dark red-brown cloth hard cover. Includes 22 plates, eight of which are color lithographs. A photograph of ferns in the author's conservatory is pasted in as a frontispiece (this page, on heavy stock, had broken at the hinge, not affecting the photo, and has been repaired with acid-free archival mending tape). Overall, very, very good with a tiny bit of wear at the extremities. Bookseller Inventory # 041414JR
Title: Ferns in Their Homes and Ours: Volume I in ...
Publisher: Salem, MA: S.E. Cassino, Naturalists' Agency, 1879, 3rd ed.
Publication Date: 1879
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