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A bundle of pages from a 1940s dictionary with pictures and definitions of all kinds of plants and trees, plant parts and a bonus fungus. Included are 3 full color glossy pages, two of American tree leaves, flowers, fruit and one of American wild flowers.

Included pictures:
Trees: Black oak, white ash, white oak, white elm, magnolia, tulip tree, sycamore or buttonwood, white or silver maple, red cedar or juniper (2), sweet gum, white pine (2), shellbark hickory, red spruce, incense cedar, hemlock (2), black walnut (2), redwood or sequoia (2), chestnut (2), cottonwood, red birch, apple, cherry, beech, birch, hickory, locust, elm, black spruce, arbor vitae or white cedar, bald cypress, balsam fir, yellow pine, Baobab, Sago palm, wax palm, feather palm, Chinese hemp
Plants and Flowers: violet, wake robin, fringed sentian, day lily, smooth rose, lady's slipper, marsh marigold, jack n the pulpit, phlox, shamrock, haricot, petuna
Plant parts: types of inflorenscence or flowering, types of roots, style and stigma or reproductive parts, involucel and involucre leaves, diagram of germination, diagram of leaf shapes, diagram of fruits
plus one image of mushrooms

Size: Full pages 5 3/8 inches by 8 inches.
Includes 12 full pages, 3 half pages, 1 clipping and 3 full color plates

Source: Lewis, William Dodge and Edgar A. Singer. The Winston Dictionary: Intermediate Edition. Chicago: The John Winston Company, 1940.

Note: Due to age, some pages may have some minor damage or imperfections

Vintage Tree and Plant Themed Ephemera / 1940s Dictionary Pages


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 248 reviews
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