Whitman Guide To Wild Flowers Woodland Flowers 1945
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American woodlands are rich in wild flowers that possess both charm and beauty. Sought by both the Indians and early settlers, some were used for food, others for dyes, and still others to provide healing medicines. This antique pictorial guide offers easy plant identification. A Guide To Wild Flowers, Woodland Flowers, by T. H. Everett, illustrated in full color by Rudolf Freund. Copyright MCMXLV (1945) by Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin. The cover has some smudging. The inside pages are crisp and clean with very slight browning. No brittle pages. This 60-page companion hardback book measures about 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches. The binding is tight. Very Good condition.