This work records in color photographs and brief but practical descriptions some 400 of the most common, most showy, and most interesting and significant of the 3,000 species of flowering plants in Alabama.This work records in color photographs and brief but practical descriptions some 400 of the most common, most showy, and most interesting and significant of the 3,000 species of flowering plants in Alabama.Read Less
Good. 1973 Hardcover First Edition illus. xxii, 230 p. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
SIGNED by all three authors/illustrator on the free front endpaper, University AL, Univ. of AL Press, copy. 1953, 1st edition hardcover, very good unmarked copy, near very good dust jacket, color ills., green cloth, 6"x8-3/4", 230 pages. nxx, raxx.
Good in good dust jacket. AO4-DJ is mylar protected. DJ has 0.75" tear on the back top gutter, some tears, wrinkling, chipping, and crease on the back top and front top right corner, wrinkling and crease on some edges and corners, foxing and stains on the back, and some edges, sides and corners, moderate discoloration, and shelf wear otherwise good. Book has wrinkling on the spine edges, lightly bumped on some cover corners, wrinkling on some top corners, previous owner's inscription written on the front fixed endpaper "To The "Charlie Brown's Family" in Galveston, Texas from Grandmother Partridge 1973", underline on one of the authors name on the title page, discoloration, and shelf wear otherwise very good. Book was signed by the three authors on the front loose endpaper.
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