City Homes on Country Lanes, Philosophy and Practice of the Home-in-a-Garden.

By: SMYTHE, WILLIAM E.

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SMYTHE, WILLIAM E. City Homes on Country Lanes, Philosophy and Practice of the Home-in-a-Garden. New York, Macmillan, 1921 (c1921).

x, (6) 270pp, 16 separate illustrated plates including frontispiece, 1 full page garden plan printed in text, index, bound green cloth, 8 small light white spots on front cover, other light stains, yellow tag on front paste-down endpaper, otherwise contents clean, good condition.

A philosophical as well as practical treatment of what is today called Homesteading. Contents include: The Leading of the False God, Production; Garden Instinct Revealed by War; The Old Hen in a New Environment; The Rabbit in the Garden Economy; Broiled Squab, and That Sort of Thing; Goat's Milk; Honeybee and the Sugar-Bowl; The Elusive Mushroom; The Winter Food Supply; Live Stock of the Garden Home; etc.
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Title: City Homes on Country Lanes, Philosophy and Practice of the Home-in-a-Garden.

Author Name: SMYTHE, WILLIAM E.

Illustrator: New York, Macmillan, 1921

Categories: HORTICULTURE, GARDENING, 20TH CENTURY BOOKS,

Publisher: 1921

Binding: bound green cloth

Book Condition: 8 small light white spots on front cover, other light stains, yellow tag on front paste-down endpaper, otherwise contents clean, good condition.

Type: Book

Book Number: 12939

Keywords: 20th Century Books, Gardening, Agriculture, Homesteading