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Wallaces' Farmer

Wallace , Henry , Editor

Published by Wallaces' Farmer, Des Moines, 1905
Condition: Good Hardcover
From The History Place (Farmington, AR, U.S.A.)

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Volume XXX , No. 1 - 31 ( Jan. 6 through Aug. 4 , 1905 ) , 33 , 34 , Index for 1905 . No. 1 - 31 are bound in a sturdy binding with heavy cloth boards. Nos. 33 , 34 , and the Index are laid in at the back of the volume. Overall , the material is in very good shape. There are a few small chips and tears but the binding has protected the material very well over the years. Nos. 33 and 34 show tears at the bottom with some material missing , damage probably resulting from them not being in the bound material. The boards and spine now show wear and soil but the hinges are tight. This is a great wealth of social , economic , agricultural , and advertising material for 1905. Wonderful drawings and photographs , especially of livestock. The extensive articles and essays are exceedingly well done overall , providing a gold mine of information and analysis. This, of course , is the publication that propelled Henry A. Wallace to national attention , to the Roosevelt cabinet , the Vice Presidency , and the formation of the Progressive Party. Bookseller Inventory # 007958

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Title: Wallaces' Farmer

Publisher: Wallaces' Farmer, Des Moines

Publication Date: 1905

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition:Good

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Payment by credit card (VISA, MC , AX ); corporate or personal check; money order. Returns for full refund mat be made within thirty days to Alex Lacy , The History Place , 12266 N. Ar. Hwy. 170 , Farmington , Ar . 72730 . Questions may be sent to Alex Lacy , The History Place by telephone ( 214-282-3679 ) or by e-mail ( alexlacy@pgtc.com ) .


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