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Title: The American garden
Identifier: americang1418811883broo
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Subjects: Horticulture; Gardening
Publisher: Brooklyn, N. Y. : [s. n. ]
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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The Gardener’s Monthly AND HORTICULTURIST. Edited by THOMAS MEEIIAN, State Botanist of Pennsylvania. Indispensable to the. NOVICE, the AMATEUR, or SCIEN TIST alike. Send IS cents in stamps for sample copy. Subscript ions si’. Ill per year. Try it for six months at $1.05, or three months for Oli’cents. Two NEW srusriiim lis at s:S.2l> per year, or one old and oue new, .$3.20. Five Subscribers’, $7.00. Address CHAS. H. MAKOT, Publisher, 814 Chestnut St. Phila. YOU WILL MISS IT P YOU DON’T SEND 50 CENTS FOR Homo ant! F£tx"X3a., For one year. The best Agricultural Paper published. lyr\eu’Xr^niiimUli"t’> Address,’"" HOME AND FARM, care It. F. Avery & Sons, LOUISVILLE, KY.

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