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Philadelphia: Charles Cist, 1784. Short square 4to. 22pp. pamphlet, unbound (removed). Housed in a folding red cloth sleeve within a gilt decorated morocco- backed slipcase. Philadelphia: Charles Cist, 1784. First edition. Vertical crease and some age-toning, else near fine. Scarce. One of the earliest attempts to introduce scientific agriculture in America.
New York: Harper, 1874. Illustrated with numerous engraved plates and in-text drawings, tissue guards. 108pp., tall 8vo, original beautiful blue gilt-stamped pictorial cloth, hinges reinforced. New York: Harper & Brothers, (1874). Very good. With the half-title, and a leaf of advertisements at the end.
Pittsburgh: University Press, 1970. Illustrated sparsely in color. xxiii, 142 pages. 12mo, red boards, d.w. (rubbed). Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh Press, (1970). About 10 pages dog-earred and some neat pencil marginalia, else very good in a very good dust wrapper. Horace Mann Lecture 1969. Foreword by Senator Walter F. Mondale.
Cooperstown: The Farmers' Museum, 2008. Photographic endpapers. Profusely illustrated with 297 color and black-and-white photographs by Richard S. Duncan. 240 pages, square 4to, brick red cloth with decorative gilt stamping, dust wrapper. Cooperstown: The Farmers' Museum, (2008). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
New York: C.M. Saxton, 1854. Contains six titles: "Every Lady Her Own Flower Gardener," "Skinner's Elements of Agriculture," "Browne's Bird Fancier," "Dana's Essay on Manures," "Fessenden's American Kitchen Gardener," and "American Rose Culturist." With b/w illustrations throughout. Thick 8vo, black leather-backed boards. New York: C.M. Saxton, 1854. A good copy -- soiling to cloth and rubbing along spine edges, dampstaining to lower cloth of both panels as well as uniform staining to bottom gutter of pages.