Hardcover, Bel Air, Maryland: Friends of the Land, 1946. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Sound binding. Clean, slightly tanned pages with light handling wear. Wrappers have light shelf wear. ; Contents: Hatcher, Johnny Appleseed: his spirit strides. Hubble, From our home on the earth. Henry Wallace, Gardens against famine. Simmons, Heroes of the gutter. E. B. White, Song of the queen bee. William Allen White, A prairie childhood. Reece, Cherry song. Corey, Dreamland, Fleming, Swedish idyll, old style. Retzek, Catholicism and soil reconstruction. Tom Wallace, Underlings, unite! Thompson, Seven more songs. Food and the future: a postwar symposium. Field notes, countrymen, books & papers, songs after war, other lands. Friends of the Land flourished briefly in the 1940s. It was an important voice for ecological agriculture in the immediate post-WWII period. 10" tall; 152 pages.
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