American Forests and Forest Life, January 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


64 pages. Features: Spruce for Tomorrow's Paper - Can the Pulp and Paper Industry of the Northeast Survive? - with good photos; The Oldest Cultivated Trees in the World - Cypress Arches of Chapultepec Park, or the Bosque de Chapultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City - with photos; Redwood Burls - by Emanuel Fritz - article with photos; The Forest and the Great Stone Face, by Allen Hollis; The Barred Door - by W.N. Craigie; Uncle Sam's First Timber Sale - near the quaint village of Nemo, South Dakota - with nice photos; Canada and the Migratory Bird Treaty; Don's Christmas Adventure - a story by Erle Kauffman; Shapshots of European Forests - In a Fir Forest of France - article with photos by John D. Guthrie; A Plea for the Forests - by Hon. John Q. Tilson; Planting Woodland Gardens - by J. Farnworth Anderson; A Man and a Mountain - Lije Coalman and Mount Hood, by Ethel Romig Fuller; Wasting Fortunes fo Make Fortunes - Guy Elliott Mitchell explains how vast quantities of Natural Gas are wasted in the search for oil - great photos including an an amazing shot of a forest of derricks in California; A Tale of a Bunny the Woodchuck - by C.H. McDonald; Nice two-color ad for the Pacific Pumper manufactured by Pacific Marine Supply Company of Seattle; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: American Forests and Forest Life, January 1928 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Forestry,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Washington, D.C., The American Forestry Association: 1928

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 844g0867

Keywords: America's Forests and Forest Life, January 1928 Spruce for Tomorrow's Paper - Can the Pulp and Paper Industry of the Northeast Survive? - with good photos; The Oldest Cultivated Trees in the World - Cypress Arches of Chapultepec Park, or the Bosque de Chapultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City - with photos; Redwood Burls - by Emanuel Fritz - article with photos; The Forest and the Great Stone Face, by Allen Hollis; The Barred Door - by W.N. Craigie; Uncle Sam's First Timber Sale - near the quaint village of Nemo, South Dakota - with nice photos; Canada and the Migratory Bird Treaty; Don's Christmas Adventure - a story by Erle Kauffman; Shapshots of European Forests - In a Fir Forest of France - article with photos by John D. Guthrie; A Plea for the Forests - by Hon. John Q. Tilson; Planting Woodland Gardens - by J. Farnworth Anderson; A Man and a Mountain - Lije Coalman and Mount Hood, by Ethel Romig Fuller; Wasting Fortunes fo Make Fortunes - Guy Elliott Mitchell explains how vast quantities of Natural Gas are wasted in the search for oil - great photos including an an amazing shot of a forest of derricks in California; A Tale of a Bunny the Woodchuck - by C.H. McDonald; Nice two-color ad for the Pacific Pumper manufactured by Pacific Marine Supply Company,