New York State Museum 72nd Annual Report 1918: Volume 2 and 3, containing Wild Flowers of New York Parts I & II
by House, Homer D
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Albany: The University of the State of New York, 1918. Wild Flowers of New York Parts I & II. Complete in 2 volumes. Published Albany: The University of the State of New York, 1918-1920. Folio, 9 1/4" x 11 3/4", 362pp., 264 full page color plates. Text and plates printed on heavy, bright white coated stock. Staining/abrasion to the covers, wear at the edges, damp stain to the edge of some margins, volume 2 has light waviness to bottom 2 inches of sheets, name of flyleafs, tiny mark in pencil to the headings of some entries and paltes, but pages mostly clean and bright, bindings strong and tight. A good working set, plates clean and sharp. . Hard. Good/No Jacket. 4to.
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