Hardback. Bound in green cloth. Spine, light green letters, black decorative bands. with decoration, scuffed, faded, stained. bumped shelf-worn. Front-board, embossed decoration and letters, some of the original black and light green still exists, scuffed, faded, stained. bumped shelf-worn water-stained. Backboard scuffed, faded, stained. bumped shelf-worn water-stained. All edges fade gilt, handling marks. Used fair condition. Paste-down, inscription by a previous owner, Paste-down and end-paper green, sunned, water-stained. Back paste-down and end-paper green, sunned, water-stained. Flyleaves and half title foxed All other pages in a clean condition.
Publisher is McLeod & Allan, 1915.
The open door to independence : making money from the soil; what to do--how to do, on city lots, suburban grounds, country farms, together with outline maps of all parts of the United States, irrigated regions, climates, cities, villages, market towns, locations and populations. How to fertilize soil, landscape--beautify--cultivate--and successfully grow fruits, flowers, vegetables and grains ... How to care for domestic animanls, sheltering, feeding humanely and profitably.