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by RICKETT, Harold William

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NY: McGraw Hill, 1975. First Edition. Small Folio. All of the volumes are first edition, essentially a fine set, with very minimal wear to the boxes, without the index volume that was issued later. Volume 1: The Northeastern States, Two volumes. x, 230pp + vi, (231)-559pp.; Volume 2: The Southeastern States, Two volumes. x, 322pp + vi, (323)-688pp.; Volume 3: Texas, Two volumes. xii, 274pp + v, (275)-555pp.; Volume 4: The Southwestern States, Three volumes. xii,241pp + v, (242)-519 + v, (520)-801pp.; Volume 5: The Northwestern States, Two Volumes. xii, 362pp + [5], (363)-667pp.; Volume 6: The Central Mountains and Plains, Three volumes. xii, 256 + vi, (257)-529 + [5], (531)-785pp. All heavily illustrated in both color and b&w. Each volume in a separate slipcase. Fourteen volumes, All volumes in publisher's slipcases and all volumes in excellent condition. Rickett was appointed Assistant Bibliographer at New York Botanical Garden in 1939.
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