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Wild Flowers of the United States - The Northeastern States, Parts One and Two. 2 volume set. From the Atlantic to Minnesota and Missouri, And From the Canadian Border to Virginia and Missouri. Complete in two volumes

by Rickett, Harold William

Condition: both volumes very good, no dust jackets. folios. 559pp. roughly every other page is color photos. endpaper maps. green cloth wit


New York:: McGraw-Hill, 1966. 1st editions, 1st printings. 2 volumes.. hardcover. both volumes very good, no dust jackets. folios. 559pp. roughly every other page is color photos. endpaper maps. green cloth with gilt lettering on spines.. former reference library (NOT loaning library) copy. so no library numbers on spines, no library pockets, etc. name of library inked out with black pen on page edges and title pages. Professional used bookstore open to the public since 1988. 30 Years of Bookselling Experience backing the careful selection and description of each book we offer.
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