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Paths to Conservation Book, 1937 Author James S. Tippett,

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A Beautiful little book by James S. Tippet the Curriculum Advisor for the Parker School District, Greenville, South Carolina Circa 1937. The approximate measurements of the book are 7 1/2 by 5 3/4 inches. The graphics on the cover are lovely and the theme of the text book seems way ahead of its time; ecologically speaking. Copyright on the book is 1937. Printed in the United States of America. The book has a signature from one of its former students...by "Linda Lou Chambers". The inside front cover depicts all the individual state flowers and the back inside cover depicts state birds. This book is in very good condition given its age. The art in the book is very vintage....... A really lovely book from a bygone era.


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