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"Our Familiar Island Trees" by Mary Dillingham Frear, 1929 by Richard G. Badger / Gorham Press of Boston.

This slender volume is packed with detailed information aobut and illustrations of the trees of Hawaii.

From the introduction: "Generally speaking, as if to make each season the choicest in Hawaii nature brings the vines to bloom during the months of "winter" and the trees in "summer" but there is a merry overstepping of bounds in her tropic household..."

161 pages including indexes
7-1/2" x 5"

CONDITION: Beautiful copy. No dust-jacket. Blue boards have crisp gold type on the cover and spine. Minimal shelf and edge-wear. There is a gift inscription remembering a 1936 trip to the islands. (See photo 3). A very giftable copy!

Ships USPS FIRST CLASS from Portland, Oregon.

Our Familiar Island Trees by Mary Dillingham Frear. Hawaiian horticulture. Honolulu. Gifts for gardeners. Gorham Press.


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