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Booth, George G.
The Pleasures of Planting and Other Thoughts.
Detroit, Cranbrook Press, 1902. Octavo. 40pp. One of 210 copies, printed by the author, George G. Booth, who was the co-founder of the Cranbrook Press. A group of essays of a philosophical and personal nature, one set in Naples and one in Mexico. With decorative interlace initials to each chapter, and an interlace border to title-page. A very good copy, with one flyleaf dampstained, spine label lacking, and minimal exterior soiling, in three-quarter vellum and brown paper boards.
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers [USA]

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