American Forests and Forest Life, July, 1929 - The Magazine of the American Forestry Association

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair


64 pages. Features: Timberline Pine - poem by Eunice Skamser; The Plateau of the Thousand Cows - Plateau de Millevache in France - interesting article with photos illustrating the reclamation of 400,000 acres of worn-out grazing land; Redwoods - Ever-living memorials - article by J.D. Grant with fantastic photos; The Fugitive Canoe - by Olaus J. Murie; Southern Forestry Project Expands; Pymatuning - Penn's Wilderness - photo-illustrated article by George Miksch Sutton; The First-born of Alaskan Forests - How the Russian ship "Phoenix" was hewn from the Sylvan monarchs of Resurrection Bay - it was the first ship built on the Northwestern Coast of America - photo-illustrated article by H.J. Lutz; August George Becker - the Cabinet-Maker of Clermont - photo-illustrated article by Charles R. Keyes; Dressing up wayside (roadside) refreshment stands - article by Clare Winger with photos of "The Bee Hive" owned by George A. Parker of Hoosick Falls, New York, and "Green Gable Tavern" owned by James B. Stoughton, of Boswell, PA; Photo-illustrated article on fishing by Harry Botsford; Ariel - by Will Simmons; Bobby - the story of a young Robin - photo illustrated by Hugh and Elin Spencer; The Sovereign Cypress; Their Uninvited Guest - Constance Mainwaring writes of her family's adventure - with photos; The Planting of Trees and Forests; Editorial - Miscontrolling the Mississippi; Are Gray Squirrels Carnivorous? - photo-illustrated article by R.S. Maddox, State Forester of Tennessee; and more - including great photo ads. Pacific Pumpers ad on back cover. Average wear. Binding intact. Faint mark across front cover (see photo). Name written atop Table of Contents. Relatively minor portions of moisture-related damage to top edge of last few pages. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: American Forests and Forest Life, July, 1929 - 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: 1929

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 844g0870

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