1955 Forest Trees of Illinois from Dept of Cons

Category: Sold

Forest Trees of Illinois--How to Know Them

State of Illinois, Otto Kerner, Governer & Department of Conservation, William T. Lodge, Director. Revised by Dr. George D. Fuller, Professor Emeritus of Botany, University of Chicago, Curator of Botany, Illinois State Museum, and State Forester E. E. Nuuttila.

Springfield, IL: Department of Conservation, Division of Forestry, 1955, 69 p.

Paper pamphlet with staple binding (tight), detailed b&w illustrations, index of scientific names.

A manual describing the most important characteristics of Illinois trees. Paper, octavo (9" x 6"), no wrinkles, no mildew odor, no staining. Some light fading on edges of cover. Small geometry drawing on back corner showing how to measure height of tree by its shadow (book was used for Boy Scout Troop).

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