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The Welcome Guest; Volume XIV, Number 4; April, 1908; Jim Failing, The Sheriff (Sommerdyke); Caught in the Lense (Bird); How We Entertained the Editor (Sutton); Alone with Death (Ferris); About a Mine Lease 9Sweet); etc

By E. C. Smith (editor); Joeseph Sommerdyke, G. W. Bird, Harriet J. Sutton, Ada E. Ferris, Frank Sweet, et al

Portland, Maine: F. J. Smith Co, 1908. First Edition. Magazine. Good +. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 24 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good plus, generally clean, original first edition, newsprint paper moderately yellowed, with some light soiling and darkening at the center mail fold, with light foxing. Articles and stories on farming, cultivation, dairy, recipes, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

The Welcome Guest; Volume XVIII, Number 11; November, 1907; The Artist's Story (Hanson); How Mr. Coddles Spent Thankgiving (Sutton); Christine's Thankgiving (Richardson); When Thanksgiving Came (Griffin); etc

By E. C. Smith (editor); Ina Wright Hanson, Harriet J. Sutton, R. P. Richardson, Mamie B. Griffon et al

Portland, Maine: F. J. Smith Co, 1907. First Edition. Magazine. Good. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 24 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good, generally clean, original first edition, newsprint paper moderately yellowed, with darkening at the center mail fold, with light foxing but tears and chipping to the top cover and lower fore-edges, and a bug hole into the lower edge that does eliminates a small amount of text. Articles and stories on farming, cultivation, dairy, recipes, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

The Welcome Guest; Volume XVIII, Number 5; May, 1907; The Heart of a Woman (Bowyer); The Fatal Key of "C" (Kessler); The Murderess (Cotton); What the Spirits Told Them (Latham); etc

By E. C. Smith (editor); E. M. Nicholl Bowyer, Pearl Davis Kessler, Frank Warren Cotton, Minnie Moore Latham; et al

Portland, Maine: F. J. Smith Co, 1907. First Edition. Magazine. Good +. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 16 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good plus, generally clean, original first edition, newsprint paper moderately yellowed, with darkening at the center mail fold and roughing at the spine, with light foxing. Articles and stories on farming, cultivation, dairy, recipes, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

The Welcome Guest; Volume XVIII, Number 8; August, 1907; The Revenge of Inez (Vaughn); The Red Triangle (Hanson); The End of the Game (Maxwell); The Resemblance (Mongath);; etc

By E. C. Smith (editor); J. T. Vaughn M.D., Mrs. I. W. Hanson, Clara Maxwell, Cordelia May Mongath, et al

Portland, Maine: F. J. Smith Co, 1907. First Edition. Magazine. Good +. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 18 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good plus, generally clean, original first edition, newsprint paper moderately yellowed, with darkening at the center mail fold and roughing at the spine, with light foxing. Articles and stories on farming, cultivation, dairy, recipes, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

The Welcome Guest; Volume XVIII, Number 8; September, 1907; His Price (Griffin); The Wild Wooing of a Bachelor (Harcourt); Years of Love (Brinson); ; etc

By E. C. Smith (editor); Mamie B. Griffin, M. C. Harcourt, J. Frank Brinson, et al

Portland, Maine: F. J. Smith Co, 1907. First Edition. Magazine. Good +. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 18 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good plus, generally clean, original first edition, newsprint paper moderately yellowed, with darkening at the center mail fold and roughing at the spine, with light foxing. Articles and stories on farming, cultivation, dairy, recipes, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

The Welcome Guest; Volume XVII, Number 10; October, 1906; Their Hallowe'en Ghost (Maxwell); The Phantom Duel (Wiseman); The Mission of a Rubber (C. B. Maddock); The Man of Shadows (Haywood); Radium Dancer of Terror House (Novak); ; etc

By E. C. Smith (editor); Clara Babcock Maxwell, Maud Wiseman, Maddock, Haywood, Novak; et al

Portland, Maine: F. J. Smith Co, 1906. First Edition. Magazine. Good +. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 24 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good plus, generally clean, original first edition, newsprint paper moderately yellowed, with darkening at the center mail fold, with light foxing. Articles and stories on farming, cultivation, dairy, recipes, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

The Welcome Guest; Volume XVIII, Number 10; October, 1907; The Yuba Nugget (Wright); The Nameless Vengeance (Buck); Gold That Burned (Graff); etc

By E. C. Smith (editor); Donald McLoud Wright; Francis Tillou Buck; et al

Portland, Maine: F. J. Smith Co, 1907. First Edition. Magazine. Good +. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 24 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good plus, generally clean, original first edition, newsprint paper moderately yellowed, with darkening at the center mail fold, with light foxing. Articles and stories on farming, cultivation, dairy, recipes, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

The Welcome Guest; Volume XVIII, Number 12; December, 1907; The Click of the Clock (Elliott); The Click of the Lock (Elliott); In the Midst of Christmas Cheer (Novak); etc

By E. C. Smith (editor); Mollie Elliott, Joseph F. Novak, Laura Tripp Allen, Ruth Emerson Stone; et al

Portland, Maine: F. J. Smith Co, 1907. First Edition. Magazine. Good. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 24 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good, generally clean, original first edition, newsprint paper moderately yellowed, with darkening at the center mail fold, with light foxing , especially at the spine margin. Articles and stories on farming, cultivation, dairy, recipes, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

Capper's Farmer, January, 1938; vol. 49., No. 1; Dairying Without Pasture (Garvin); Earned Happiness (Adler); etc

By Ray Yarnell (editor); Arthur Capper; J. L. Garvin; M. S. Adler, H. S. Norlin, George Wilkerson, et al

Washington D.C: Capper Publications, 1938. First Edition. Magazine. Good. A single original issue as published but with back cover missing. Quarto, 13 1/2" tall, 48 pages, wire saddle stitch, color wraps. This is a good original copy only because it is printed on cheap paper which has moderately yellowed, the back cover is missing and the front cover is loose and tattered at the spine margin; but it is in very good condition internally and is an excellent example of one of the more successful farm magazine of it's age.

$9.50

The Connecticut Farmer; Volume 44, Number 12; New Haven, Saturday, March 21, 1914; New Haven [Connecticut]; Mountain View Colony; 'Little Wolf' Sioux Indian Chief riding his Broncho from Chicago to Washington; etc

By John O. Shares (editor); et al

New Haven, Connecticut: Farmer Publishing, 1914. First Edition. Magazine. Good -. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 16 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good minus, generally clean, but dampstained at spine and fore-edge (about a quarterof the page) with foxing, and the last page is partly cut away, the wire binding has begun to rust and the soiling at the spine margin, spine paper has started to and chip--text still clear and readable. Articles on sheep, berry cultivation, dairy, etc. Many small ads.,

$9.50

The Connecticut Farmer; Volume XXXVII, Number 23; New Haven, Saturday, June 8, 1907; New Haven [Connecticut]; Mountain View Colony; 'Little Wolf' Sioux Indian Chief riding his Broncho from Chicago to Washington; etc

By John O. Shares (editor); et al

New Haven, Connecticut: Farmer Publishing, 1907. First Edition. Magazine. Good. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 16 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good minus, generally clean, but dampstained at spine and fore-edge (about half the page) the wire binding has begun to rust and the soiling at the spine margin, spine paper has started to and chip--text still clear and readable. Articles on sheep, berry cultivation, dairy, etc Many small ads.

$12.50

The Connecticut Farmer; Volume XXXVII, Number 34; New Haven, Saturday, August 24, 1907; New Haven [Connecticut]; Rising Generation, etc

By John O. Shares (editor); et al

New Haven, Connecticut: Farmer Publishing, 1907. First Edition. Magazine. Good -. Single original issue. Folio, 15 1/4" tall, 16 pages, black and white, wire saddle stitch, self wraps. A good minus, generally clean, but dampstained at spine and fore-edge (about half the page) the wire binding has begun to rust and the soiling at the spine margin, spine paper has started to and chip--text still clear and readable. Articles on apiary, berry cultivation, Dairy, etc Many small ads.

$9.50

[annual] Report of the Commissioner of Patents issued in the Year 1855 [Patent Office Report]; Agriculture. [text with illustration]; House of Representatives: 34th Congress, 1st Session; Executive document no. 12

By Commissioner of Patents; Charles Mason, D. J Browne

Washington D.C: Cornelius Wendell, printer, 1856. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Fair. Single volume only. Octavo, 9" tall, xii plates + lxiii + 488 ages, (illustrations with text), brown cloth. Fair overall, with general shelf wear, backstrip cloth chipped and frayed to the top and bottom edges of the spine, Hinges cracked and loose, internal binding still solid, paper lightly yellowed, but with one color frontice piece plate an two (one leaf) black and white missing, BUT, with all the afre-said, the primary condition issue is the exterior of this volume has been damp-stained, with significant dampstaining entering to the endpapers, AND mildew stains to the cover cloth and endpapers, however the interior pages of the volume are still quite clean and would qualify as very good. Nevertheless, still a useful volume.

$19.00

Mushroom Growing ; Bulletin no. 34

By Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food

London, England: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1960. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo, 9 3/4" tall, 66 pages, stiff wraps. A very good, clean, neat soft cover pamphlet with minor shelf wear and light exterior soiling; binding tight, paper lightly yellowed.

$9.50

Out In The Open

By Ray Koon;

Boston, Massachusetts: Little, Brown, and Company, 1954. First Edition. Hardcover--cloth. Very good/good. Octavo, 7 3/4" tall, 239 pages, green cloth. A very good, clean, hardcover first edition with minor shelf wear, rubbing to the corners, hinges and binding tight, paper clean and cream white, with a previous owner's inscription on the front endpaper. In a good, edge worn dust jacket with several tears, chipping at the corners and with price clipped.

$9.50

TRANSACTIONS OF THE N.Y. STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, With An Abstract of the Proceedings of the County Agricultural Societies, Vol. VIII - 1848. [New York State]

By B.P. Johnson, et al

Albany, New York: Weed, Parsons & Co, 1849. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Good. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, color frontispiece (Wagener apple) xx + 975 pages with some intertextual illustrations + black and white plate pages, brown embossed cloth. A good copy overall, back strip over spine chipped away, and fore-corner tips worn through to board, with one portion laid in, cover exterior moderately soiled. Interior is very good, generally clean, binding solid with pages lightly yellowed, with foxing to the fore-edges and first and plast pages (does not affect text). An illustration of a weevil not present

$75.00

Elements of Conservation

By Garrard Harris

Richmond, VA: Johnson Publishing Company, 1924. Hardcover--cloth. Very Good. Octavo, 7 3/4" tall, 214 pages, green cloth. A very good, clean, sturdy hard cover over all with minor shelf wear, rubbing at the corners, light exterior soiling; hinges and binding tight, paper just slightly yellowed with foxing to the endpapers. Without dust jacket.

$7.50

Italy: Agriculture Aspects ; in remembrance of the VIIth International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Stresa, August 1949

By Giuseppe Medici

Faenza, Italy: F. Leg, 1949. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good / Fair. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, 141 pages with intertextual black and white illustration. A very good original soft cover over all with minor shelf wear, spine slightly canted, paper moderately yellowed, BUT dust jacket has become fragile and is significantly chipped at all edges and penciled notations scattered throughout.

$12.50

How To Grow Roses

By J. Horace McFarland (revised by)

Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co, 1929. Decorative Cloth. Very Good -. Octavo, ix + 151 pages + 8 black and white plates, gilt titles on green cloth. A very good minus, clean, neat hard cover overall with moderate shelf wear; and light exterior soiling, gilt titles rubbed away at spine; hinges and binding tight, paper lightly yellowed with scatter foxing. Without dust jacket.

$7.50

The Azalea Book

By Frederic P. Lee

New York, New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1965. Hardcover. Very Good / Good. Quarto, 11 1/4" tall, xii + 435 pages + color and black and white plates, black quarter cloth over orange boards. A very good, clean, sturdy hard cover with minor shelf wear; hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed but light foxing to the exterior fore-edges. In a good, moderately worn dust jacket, chipped and dampstained at the back strip, with the original price.

$14.50

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