showing 1-3 of 3
By: Hayter, Earl W.
Publisher: Indiana Magazine of History?: 0
Edition: 1st Edition
Inscription: Inscribed by Author(s)
Seller ID: 019661
Inscribed by author. An off-print from the Indiana Magazine of History (v43, n3). Original publisher's white wrapper. No date, circa 1915. 6 3/4" x 10." Nineteen pages, complete (Pages 205-224). Author inscription on front cover in black ink: "From a 1934 alumnus. Earl W. Hayter." Pages and covers are clean and intact. Very minimal, if any, wear. A history and study of "horticultural humbuggery" or horticultural fraud which affected most... View more info
Seller ID: 019129
Original publisher's illustrated wrapper. Catalog No. 15. Illustration of an Ancona chicken in a landscape on front and back covers. 6" x 9." Ninety-six pages, complete. Order form in the back. Covers, spine, and pages are very clean. This catalog provides information on the Ancona chicken breed and how to take care of them. Sheppard advertises his strain of Anconas and lists prices of the chickens for ordering. View more info
By: Stapish, G. M.
Seller ID: 019740
Original black and white photograph showing four farmers sowing wheat in a barren landscape near Hartline, Washington. Each farmer stands atop a seed drill pulled by a team of horses (the first team appears to include a donkey or a mule) lined up behind one another. Photograph mounted on gray mat board with "E. D. Reinhart, Hartline, Wash." impressed in the lower margin. Title is printed at the bottom of photograph in white text. No date, circa 1910s. Mat bo... View more info