6 edition of Hoffy"s North American pomologist found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ed. by William D. Brincklé.|
|Contributions||Brincklé, William Draper, b. 1798, ed.|
|LC Classifications||SB361 .H7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., [v]-vi p., 36 l.|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||11031000|
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Hoffy's North American Pomologist, Containing Numerous Finely Colored Drawings, Accompanied by Letter Press Descriptions, &c., of Fruits of American Origin Paperback – Aug by A.
(Alfred) Hoffy (Creator), William Draper b. Brincklé (Creator)Format: Paperback. $ Hoffy's North American Pomologist, Containing Numerous Finely Colored Drawings Paperback – Aug by A Hoffy (Author), William Draper Brinckle (Author) See all 5 Hoffys North American pomologist book and editions Hide Hoffys North American pomologist book formats and editionsAuthor: A Hoffy, William Draper Brinckle.
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Title. Hoffy's North American pomologist, containing numerous finely colored drawings, By. Hoffy, A. Brincklé, William Draper, Author: A. Hoffy, William Draper Brincklé. Hoffy's North American pomologist, containing numerous finely colored drawings, accompanied by letter press descriptions, &c., of fruits of American origin.
Author: Alfred M Hoffy ; William Draper Brincklé ; Thordarson Collection. The North American Pomologist will be published from time to time in books, neatly bound in muslin, each to contain thirty-six distinct pages of different Native Fruits, with full letter press descrip- tions, histories, &c., accompanying.
Media in category "Hoffy's North American pomologist" The following 34 files are in this category, out of 34 total. Hoffy's North American pomologist (Plate) ().jpg 1, ×. Hoffy's North American pomologist (Plate) ().
The fruits of America: containing richly colored figures, and full description of all the choicest varieties cultivated in. Hoffy published published the Orchardist's Companion fromthe first American journal devoted to pomology.
The North American Pomologist was his second attempt, but ended after only a single issue. This work compiles all ten plates from Hoffys North American pomologist book original journal and adds 26 further illustrations.
Lithograph of Howell pear by Alfred A. Hoffy, from Hoffy's North American Pomologist, Following this, Hoffy began work with the physician and amateur pomologist William D.
Brincklé on a new series of publications on native North American fruits to be published under the general title North Hoffys North American pomologist book Pomologist. It was listed in the 'RHS Catalogue of Fruits' at its Chiswick garden inwith the last reference in Maybut now seems to be another American apple that is lost from cultivation.
Perhaps it is out there somewhere in an overgrown field, waiting to be re-discovered. Horticulture Catalogue #26 - Fruits & Vegetables Catalogue #26 (May ), "Fruits & Vegetables," contains items including two 19th century American color plate titles: Alfred Hoffy's NORTH AMERICAN POMOLOGIST (Philadelphia, Hoffys North American pomologist book ) with 30 hand-colored lithographs of fruits; and Charles Hovey's FRUITS OF AMERICA, Vol.1, Vol.2, and Parts 1 &.
Horticulture Catalogue #26 - Fruits & Vegetables Catalogue #26 (May ), "Fruits & Vegetables," contains items including two 19th century American color plate titles: Alfred Hoffys North American pomologist book NORTH AMERICAN POMOLOGIST (Philadelphia, PA ) with 30 hand-colored lithographs of fruits; and Charles Hovey's FRUITS OF AMERICA, Vol.1, Hoffys North American pomologist book, and Parts 1 & 2.
Hoffy's North American pomologist, containing numerous finely colored drawings, accompanied by letter press descriptions of fruits of American origin. by William D. Brincklé. William D. Brincklé was born in Delaware, but spent most of his life in Philadelphia.
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Hoffy's Orchardist's Companion was the first American periodical devoted to fruit cultivation. Following this, Hoffy began work with the physician and amateur pomologist William D. Brincklé on a new series of publications on native North American fruits to be published under the general title North American Pomologist.
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A Curious Tale: The Apple in North America By Tim Hensley | June 2, Inthe United States Department of Agriculture published a bulletin by staff pomologist W.H. Ragan, entitled Nomenclature of the Apple: A Catalog of the Known Varieties Referred to in American Publications from to This nearly page compendium covers an era known to Missing: Hoffys.
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(Philadelphia, A. Hoffy, ), by A. Hoffy and William Draper Brincklé (page images at HathiTrust) Observations on the structure of fruits and seeds.
For readers of H is for Hawk and The Frozen Thames, The Ghost Orchard is award-winning author Helen Humphreys fascinating journey into the secret history of an iconic g deep into the storied past of the apple in North America, Humphreys explores the intricate link between agriculture, settlement, and human relationships/5.
you this selection of books on both subjects. Some of the more notable titles included here are two quite scarce - and beautifully illustrated - 19th century American color plate works: Alfred Hoffy’s North American Pomologist (Philadelphia ) with 36 hand-colored lithographs and Charles Hovey’s Fruits of America (Boston/NY He was a physician and amateur fruit breeder (pomologist) of the small fruits, including the Chushign Strawberry, and the Wilder and the President raspberries.
For many year he served as vice president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. In he editied Hoffy's North American Pomologist, the work presented here.
[Miller, Wilhelm. Pomologist Job Duties Because pomologists are responsible for the growth of healthy fruits and nuts, these plant scientists must understand the science Missing: Hoffys.
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Missing: Hoffys. Books, periodicals, seed catalogs, trade catalogs, prints, advertising broadsides and manuscripts are all present. Such works as Andrew Jackson Downing's The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America () and Alfred Hoffy's North American Pomologist () are examples of the kinds of books to be found in this collection.
It is a collection that has. Shop for Bikes & Bike Supplies from Hoffy Cycles in Sandgate, Queensland fromAustralia's No. 1 Bicycle g: pomologist. In he was editor of Hoffy's North American Pomologist, a most admirable pomological periodical with colored plates.
His life was an eminently useful one in medicine and pomology, besides which he was distinguished as a man of great culture and refinement and was beloved by a wide circle of friends in private life, medicine, and pomology. 4 A. Hoffy, North American Pomologist, preface (Philadelphia, ). EARLY HISTORY OF HORTICULTURE IN OREGON 87 maintain their high characters in their southern or southwestern migrations, and all winter.
George M. Darrow (), who was known as the foremost American authority on strawberries, worked for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for forty-six years () as a pomologist and small fruits g: Hoffys. In a North American pomologist, Wilson Popenoe, wrote: It is the custom in Ecuador to throw the fruits into boxes: they are then carried six or seven miles on mule-back to the city of Ambato, where they are sorted by hand, for shipment by train to Quito or : The Illustrated Pear Culturist of was soon outclassed by W.D.
Brincklé edition of Hoffy’s North American Pomologist with 60 remarkable colored plates described by McGrath () as “almost good enough to eat.” A broad miscellany of popular “colored” books straddled the middle years of the century.
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American Botany in Print. Excerpt from. American Botanical Prints of Two Centuries, Gavin D. Bridson, The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation “ During the 18 th century the beginnings of an engraving and copperplate printing branch of the book trade began to emerge.
Largely confined to the great urban centers of Boston, New York and Missing: Hoffys. North Carolina, US c. Once thought to be extinct but rediscovered in in rural North Carolina.
Native American origin. Named for Cherokee chief Junaluska, leader in Battle of Horseshoe Bend, believed to have planted original tree. Extremely russeted and ugly apple but very hardy tree with superior taste to commercial varieties.
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He is Missing: Hoffys. The grape is pdf a North Pdf plant. The genus Vitis is a large one, from thirty to fifty species being distinguished for the world; more than half of these are found on this continent. But few other plants in America, or in the world, inhabit such varied and such extended g: Hoffys.Download pdf of the Items on Display Banks' Florilegium: A publication in thirty-four parts of seven hundred and thirty-eight copperplate engravings of plants collected on Captain James Cook's first voyage round the world in H.M.S.
Endeavour, ; The specimens were gathered and classified by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart., and Daniel Solander and were accurately engraved .The American pomologist Quentin Zielinski included varieties like Yellow Ebook Pippin, Fall Pippin, and Rhode Island Greening in the Reinette category; this, however may be stretching the nomenclature beyond its meaning.
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