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A Garden of One's Own : Writing of Elizabeth Lawrence (GARDENING,  HORTICULTURE, BOTANY) - Lawrence, Elizabeth
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2001, ISBN: 9780807823491

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Maybe ex-library with stamps, 1 volume, please be aware of language, air mail shipment from Germany within 2-6 weeks, Harpers Monthly, 1907. soft. Good. 6.5"" X 10"". ORIGINAL EDITION Publisher-Printing Location: Harper & Brothers, New York Date and Numbering: December 1907, Volume CXVI, Number DCXI Size and Page Count: 6.5 ? X 10 ? Tall, approx. 300 pages, the front and back covers with advertisements and statement of Harper s New Monthly Magazine Condition: Good, binding good, cover has small tears, page with untrimmed edges are browning on edge. Back cover has small tears, spine cover somewhat fragmented, pages 37-38, 83-83, 87-90, 135-136 missing, otherwise complete. Illustrations Information: Over 50 wood engravings ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- The rat-trap -By James Branch Cabell The toy-shop -By Margarita Spalding Gerry Poem: Dawn -By Harriet Elizabeth Prescott Spofford The cruise of the Caribbee: A chapter of unwritten history -By Thomas V. Briggs The woman and the law -By Margaret Cameron Poem: The new heart -By Louise Morgan Sill Miss Nelthrop, by Sir T. Lawrence -By Wendell Stanton Howard Extract from Captain Stormfield's visit to Heaven: Taken from his own MS [(I)] -By Mark Twain The testing of Diana Mallory: A novel (chaps. III-IV) -By Humphry, Mrs. Ward Talking of presentiments -By William Dean Howells Raising a family -By Edward Sandford Martin The joy of youth -By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman The coming and going of expletives -By Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury Poem: Return -By Richard Le Gallienne The community's sunbeam -By Elizabeth Garver Jordan Civilization of ancient Babylon -By Friedrich Delitzsch Gardener Jim -By Alice Brown London by night -By Thomas Allibone Janvier Editor's easy chair -By William Dean Howells Editor's study -By Henry Mills Alden Editor's drawer/Fiction: Caligula's vaudeville début -By N.A. (Napoleon Augustus) Jennings Editor's drawer/Poem: Stars and dimples -By Ruth McEnery Stuart Editor's drawer/Cartoon: In the bird-house Editor's drawer/Article: A just punishment Editor's drawer/Poem: Posing -By Edward Hall Putnam Editor's drawer/Article: He knew Father Editor's drawer/Article: Not satisfied Editor's drawer/Article: The modern child Editor's drawer/Cartoon: Miss Charity Slummer's class Editor's drawer/Joke: Brevity Editor's drawer/Joke: Per week Editor's drawer/Article: He took the liberty Editor's drawer/Cartoon: Cartoon Editor's drawer/Cartoon: The first steeplechase Editor's drawer/Poem: The sky -By Grace Walcott Hazard Conkling, Harpers Monthly, 1907, Maybe ex-library with stamps, 1 volume, please be aware of language, air mail shipment from Germany within 2-6 weeks, Johns Hopkins University Press 1999. VG bright copy in publishers cloth in like dustjacket. 288pp. Illustrated. 1st edition. An account of the life of Harvey Ladew and the glittering world he inhabited. When Ladew bought his Maryland farm in 1929, he had already lived a life that few, if any, could equal: born into the upper stratum of New York society in 1887, he spoke French before he spoke English and took boyhood drawing lessons from Met curators. As an adult he gave decorating instructions to Billy Baldwin (the dean of American interior design), lived as a houseguest of the Maharajah of Kapurthala, took a camel caravan across Arabia (with travel tips kindly provided by his good friend T.E. Lawrence), weekended at the stateliest of England's stately homes, lent his favourite horse to the Prince of Wales, matched wits with Edna Ferber, Noel Coward, Gertrude Stein and Dorothy Parker (in English), and with Jean Cocteau and Colette (in French), and (with Charlie Chaplin) saw Gertrude Lawrence off as she sailed from New York. To this story of multicontinental revelry, Weeks adds the background and development of Ladew's wonderful gardens, which attract thousands of visitors each year, and his important role as an environmentalist. When he began his garden in 1929, Ladew pioneered new artistic ground, for he was one of the first people in America to follow the tenets of the English arts and crafts garden. In 1971, the Garden Club of America awarded him the year's Distinguished Achievement Award. Christopher Weeks draws on photograph albums, scrap books, garden catalogues and memoranda, an unfinished autobiography, letters and guestbooks. There are photographs reproduced from Ladew's albums - some taken by him, some by leading photographers of the day, including many by Horst. There are also interviews with Ladew's friends from New York to Florida, to help illumine his remarkable personality. ISBN 0801861128, Johns Hopkins University Press 1999, Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company , Inc. , 1930. Stated First edition. Hardcover. Good +. Engaging story of the " Lawrence family, although in the best sense of the word pioneers, had not come to Yerba Buena ( later San Francisco ) by covered wagons, in the year 1849 ..... They had left their Boston moorings, like the gentle folk of means and leisure that they were, and sailed around the Horn, loitering in Valparaiso and Lima, a few weeks, etc.... " A lively story of generations of the Lucky Lawrences in California. Authored by prolific and popular writer, syndicated newspaper columnist, with 16 of her novels turned into screenplays; lauded by President Teddy Roosevelt for novel : " Mother ". Author with a Jamesian writing style, and compelling plots, matriarchial sentimentality, conservative values. In the 1930's she advocated for outlawing nuclear weapons, world disarmament, and outlawing capital punishment. Orange cloth book with black lined inset and decoration and lettering on cover, black lettering on spine. ( 5 1/4 X 7 5/8 X 1 1/4 ) 357 pages. Colorful, pictorial end pages. No dust jacket. Book weighs 1 pound. An 81 year old, collectible Kathleen Norris First Editon book in good condition sku 3729, Doubleday, Doran & Company , Inc., 1930, Garden City: Doublrday,Doran & Company , 1930. Hardcover. Good +. Selections from 19 books of 1930 , 85 years ago - Wherein you encounter the writings of distinguished literary figures of the day, ie., Maugham / Morley / H. G.Wells / Bouck White / Edna Ferber / Benet / Hart / Arnold Bennett / Stribling / Stewart / Don Marquis / Cobb / Whitman / T. E. Lawrence / Aldous Huxley, etc..... Contents listed under forms of : Novelettes - Biographies - Short Stories - Mysteries - Humor - Poetry - True Adventure - Essays. And with a Bibliography. With orange-colored literary-themed NY and surroundings dual-page maps titled : Follow Your Nose to Pleasures Island of Be-Your Own - Beagle in Week-End Preserve end pages. Prior-owner name, in pencil, on the front page. Orange--colored cloth book with black lettering and decoration on front cover and on spine (5 1/8 X 7 1/2 X 1 7/8 ) With random paging. A few illustrations. No dust jacket. Book weighs 2 pounds. Orange colored foreedge. sku 9794, Doublrday,Doran & Company, 1930, Garden City. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket; Slight edgewear - Dust jacket . covered in transparent wrapper- DJ has some small chips and huge . ad on back of DJ. - first end paper has previous owner signature . and date 1938. Internally clean tight and unmarked - yellow buckram boards. 1938. Hardcover. Synopsis and index included - - Almost single handed against the armies of the Turks and the myriad subtle dangers of the desert, Lawrence and his colleagues led the Arabs to victory and an immortal fame. This is his story in his own hand of the defeats and victories of his epic campaignes almost unparalleled in the history of warfare. Included are the original maps and illustrations - Churchill described this book as one of the greatest ever written. Lawrence had begun work on a scholarly book about seven cities of the Arab world, when WW1 broke out it was still incomplete and he stated that he ultimately destroyed the manuscript. He had kept extensive notes throughout the course of his involvement in the Revolt. He began work on a clean narrative in the first half of 1919 while in Paris for the peace conference and later that summer back in Egypt. With text 2 in front of him Lawrence began working on a more polished version to become known as text 3 in 1921 in London. Upon completion of its 335,000 words he had 8 copies typeset and printed on the presses of the Oxford Times. This private edition became known as the 1922 edition. He made painstaking hand-written corrections to 6 of these copies and had them bound. In 2001 one copy came on the market and sold for almost a million US dollars. By mid-1922 Lawrence was in a state of severe mental turmoil: the psychological after-effects of war was taking their toll , as was his exhaustion from the literary endeavours of the past 3 years and His disillusionment with the settlement given to this Arab comrades-in-armed forces and the burdens of being in the public eye as a perceived hero. It was at this time he re-enlisted in the armed forces under a assumed name (first the Royal Air Force then the Royal Tank Corps) in an attempt to "lie fallow" and develop a new identity. Concerned over his mental state and eager for his story to be read by a wider public his friends convinced him to produce an abridged version of Seven Pillars to serve as both intellectual stimulation and a source of much-needed income. In his off-duty evenings, "Aircraftman Ross" or "Private Shaw" set to trimming the 1922 text down to 250,000 words for what would be a limited lavish Subscribers edition. The Subscribers'Edition was published in late 1926 and still can command up to $100,000 a copy. Unfortunatley at the time each copy cost Lawrence 3 times what the subscribers were paying for production. The subscribers Editon was 25% shorter than the Oxford Text but Lawrence did not abridge uniformly. The deletions from the early books are much less drastic than those of the later ones. He public would have had to remain satisfied with Revolt in the Desert, however , were it not for Lawrences death in May 1935 from a motorcycle accident at the age of 46. "No further issue of the Seven Pillars will be in my lifetime" Lawrence had said upon release of the Subscriber's Edition in 1926. But within weeks of his death the 1926 abridgement was published for general circulation. ; 7" - 91/2"; 672 pages ., Garden City, 1938, Maybe ex-library with stamps, 1 volume, please be aware of language, air mail shipment from Germany within 2-6 weeks, Maybe ex-library with stamps, 1 volume, please be aware of language, air mail shipment from Germany within 2-6 weeks, London: Illustrated London News. Paperback. B014E19KI8 Pages 757 - 792. Features: Cover photo of Princess Elizabeth unveiling panels added to the Royal Artillery Memorial to commemorate gunners killed in the war 1939-1945; Page of photos illustrates the revival of an ancient English craft neglected since the middle ages - mead-making in Cornwall; Photo of Miss Anne Crawford naming "The Capitals Limited" train; The Gen. Assembly of the Church of Scotland - The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester in Edinburgh; Photos of South Africans playing Jukskei; Review of "Burma's Icy Mountains" by F. Kingdon-Ward; Royal scenes of Ulster welcoming the Princess and the Duke of Edinburgh; Photos of captured Russian train in Berlin; Personalities of the week include Sir Cyril Radcliffe, Lord Greene, Mr. John McCloy, Lord Hazlerigg, Gen. J Lawton Collins, Mr. David Bruce, the Earl of Strathmore, Gen. S.H. Van Spoor, Gen. Shanker Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana, Mr. S.M. McCready, Queen Mary, Miss Frances Stevens, Michael Wilding, Anna Neagle, Herbert Wilcox, Lord Leverhulme, Miss Jane Wyman, and Sir Lawrence Olivier; Greece and the Russian Plan - article by Cyril Falls; Photos of bandits being hunted in the mountains of Sicily; Photos of Royal occasions in London and Venice; Photos of the Chelsea Garden Show; One-page photo illustrates sailing race in King's Reach taking place in the heart of London for the first time in more than 100 years; Two pages of photos illustrate life in the little-known mountain kingdom of Afghanistan, including photo of the reigning King, H. M. Mohammed Zahir Shah; Photo of Field Marshal von Rundstedt who was released from military custody at Hamburg on May 26; Photo of Gerhard Eisler going free - the German born communist leaves Bow Street Police Station after the US application for his extradition failed; Photo of the West German Republic being signed into being; Photo of "unbeatable" machine which plays X's and O's; Article on the oldest skull yet found in France - a discovery which revises theories of human evolution; How Prof. Dorothy Garrod found the Fontechevade skull; Lovely one-page colour ad for Robinson's Lemon Barley Water; Nice colour ad for Imperial Leather Cologne on back cover. Complete and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1949. First Edition., Illustrated London News, 1949, Springfield, Ohio: The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company. Paperback. 94 pages. Articles: New Menace in Missouri - Charles (Boss) Binaggio and criminality - article with photos; Can the C.I.O. Get Rid of the Commies?; The Town the G.I.s called "Smith" - Natchitoches, Louisiana - article with nice photos; Pilotless Fighter Plane of Tomorrow - a convincing argument that machines are about to outdistance us mortals, with nice color illustrations by Birney Lettick - a very prescient article; What Gives in Rasslin'? - article with fantastic photos of wrestlers including Gorgeous George, Jim Londos, Bronko Nagurski, Maurice Tillet (the angel), Lee Henning, Sandor Szabo, Man Mountain Dean, Ernie Dusek, Strangler Lewis; Nicest Guy in Washington - General Omar Bradley; Strangest Garden in the World - At the Argonne National Laboratory Dr. Norbert J. Scully produces radioactive drugs and other plant products which cannot be manufactured - article with photo. Fiction: One Came Back; A Dinner For Lily; Bootleger's Treasure (part 2 of 4); Decorator's Helper; Where They Make the Wine; No Need to Hustle. Includes these nice vintage ads; Borden - featuring Elsie the Cow; Willys Station Wagon (Jeep); International Trucks; Oldsmobile cars; Arro Shirts; Firestone; Plymouth; Hickok men's accessories; Haband Company Ties (nice two-page color ad); Fisher body; Canada Dry; Dodge cars; Mallory hats; Del Monte Catsup; New Hudson cars; United Aircraft; Silver Star razor blades - featuring several notable men; Monarch canned fruit and veggies (nice colour full-page); Nice Sheaffer's pen ad on back cover. Three-inch opening to bottom of cover fold. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. . Good. 1949. First Edition., The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, 1949, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Univ of North Carolina Pr. New. 1997. Hardcover. 080782349X . IN STOCK AND IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT - FLAWLESS COPY, AVOID WEEKS OF DELAY ELSEWHERE. -- clean and crisp, tight and bright pages, with no writing or markings to the text. -- with a bonus offer ., Univ of North Carolina Pr, 1997

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Gardening enthusiasts and those who love to read about gardening will be delighted by this new collection of Elizabeth Lawrence''s work. A gifted landscape architect and writer, Lawrence (1904-85) chronicled her experiences with plants in a voice treasured for its distinctive blend of horticultural expertise and stylistic elegance. Through her six books, all still in print, Lawrence continues to inspire an ever-widening circle of dedicated readers everywhere. Between 1932 and 1978, Lawrence wrote more than fifty articles for gardening magazines, newsletters, and plant society bulletins. These writings—uncovered in a seven-year search and collected here for the first time—offer further testament to her talent for conveying practical details in an engaging, literate manner. Treating such subjects as trees and shrubs, bulbs, perennials, native plants, even fellow gardeners, this collection will be welcomed by the novice and knowledgeable gardener alike. Elizabeth Lawrence, a graduate of Barnard College, was the first woman to receive a degree in landscape architecture from the North Carolina State College School of Design. Her writings were informed and inspired by her own legendary gardens in Raleigh and Charlotte. Elizabeth Lawrence, Books, Home and Garden, Garden of One's Own: Writings of Elizabeth Lawrence: GARDEN OF ONES OWN Books>Home and Garden Gardening enthusiasts and those who love to read about gardening will be delighted by this new collection of Elizabeth Lawrence's work. A gifted landscape architect and writer, Lawrence (1904-85) chronicled her experiences with plants in a voice treasured for its distinctive blend of horticultural expertise and stylistic elegance. Through her six books, all still in print, Lawrence continues to inspire an ever-widening circle of dedicated readers everywhere. Between 1932 and 1978, Lawrence wrote more than fifty articles for gardening magazines, newsletters, and plant society bulletins. Uncovered in a seven-year search and collected here for the first time, these writings offer further testament to her talent for conveying practical details in an engaging, literate manner. Treating such subjects as trees and shrubs, bulbs, perennials, native plants, even fellow gardeners, this collection will be welcomed by the novice and knowledgeable gardener alike.

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[EAN: 9780807823491], [PU: The University of North Carolina Press], Gardening|Landscape, Gardening|Regional|General, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: 1997 The University of North Carolina Press ISBN 0-8078-2349-X (paper) -->Introduction 1. Beginnings Elizabeth Lawrence--An Autobiography Twenty-One Plant Facts for Gardeners in the Middle South The Onset of Spring 2. Trees and Shrubs Broad-Leaved Evergreens for the Mid-South Here Are Blossoms for Southern Evergreens Pinkneya pubens Butcher's-Broom--Ruscus aculeatus Some Trees and Shrubs of the Southeast 3. Bulbs Summer-Flowering Bulbs Outdoor Hardy Crinums Diverse Bulbs for the South Narcissi for Next Spring's Garden Amaryllids in a Southern Garden In Quest of Autumn-Blooming Bulbs Ornamental Alliums in North Carolina Hybrid Crinums Further Notes on Hybrid Crinums A Review of the Iris Family Tender Bulbs for Summer Bloom Habranthus Zephyranthes smallii in North Carolina 4. Perennials and Annuals Perennials Suitable for the Mid-South Annuals Down South Garden Phlox Torenia bailloni Some Crotalarias for the Mid-South Permanent Perennials My Best Twenty-Five Daylilies The Curtain in Your Garden Groundcovers Ivy: Cool Green in Summer, Warm Green in Winter 5. Native Plants Handsome Wild Indigos Native Plants for the Country Doctor's Garden Pennyroyal Southern Endemics Neglected Natives Morrow Mountain A Wildflower Garden in August Trilliums 6. Rock Gardens Rock Garden Plants for the Mid-South Rules for Rock Gardens Rock Garden Conifers in Southern Nurseries Some Small Members of the Iris Family More about Violets A Review of Little Daffodils Some Notes on Species Tulips Rock Gardens in Winter Two Wonders 7. Brothers of the Spade Miss Jekyll of Munstead Wood Friends in Oregon Letters from the West Brothers of the Spade In Memory of Dr. Edgar T. Wherry: No Phlox without a Salutation On William Lanier Hunt Conclusion A Garden of One's Own: Letters from Elizabeth Lawrence to a Friend Appendix 1: Bibliography of Elizabeth Lawrence's Published Works Appendix 2: A Circle of Gardeners Bibliography Works Referred to by Elizabeth Lawrence Works Used by the Editors Index Permissions

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Gardening enthusiasts and those who love to read about gardening will be delighted by this new collection of Elizabeth Lawrence's work. A gifted landscape architect and writer, Lawrence (1904-85) chronicled her experiences with plants in a voice treasured for its distinctive blend of horticultural expertise and stylistic elegance. Through her six books, all still in print, Lawrence continues to inspire an ever-widening circle of dedicated readers everywhere. Between 1932 and 1978, Lawrence wrote more than fifty articles for gardening magazines, newsletters, and plant society bulletins. These writings--uncovered in a seven-year search and collected here for the first time--offer further testament to her talent for conveying practical details in an engaging, literate manner. Treating such subjects as trees and shrubs, bulbs, perennials, native plants, even fellow gardeners, this collection will be welcomed by the novice and knowledgeable gardener alike. Elizabeth Lawrence, a graduate of Barnard College, was the first woman to receive a degree in landscape architecture from the North Carolina State College School of Design. Her writings were informed and inspired by her own legendary gardens in Raleigh and Charlotte. arts music and photography,crafts and hobbies,essays,flowers,home and garden,gardening,gardening and landscaping,landscape Landscape, The University of North Carolina Press

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Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Univ of North Carolina Pr. New. 1997. Hardcover. 080782349X . IN STOCK AND IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT - FLAWLESS COPY, AVOID WEEKS OF DELAY ELSEWHERE. -- clean and crisp, tight and bright pages, with no writing or markings to the text. -- with a bonus offer ., Univ of North Carolina Pr, 1997

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Garden of One's Own: Writings of Elizabeth Lawrence

Gardening enthusiasts and those who love to read about gardening will be delighted by this new collection of Elizabeth Lawrence's work. A gifted landscape architect and writer, Lawrence (1904-85) chronicled her experiences with plants in a voice treasured for its distinctive blend of horticultural expertise and stylistic elegance. Through her six books, all still in print, Lawrence continues to inspire an ever-widening circle of dedicated readers everywhere. Between 1932 and 1978, Lawrence wrote more than fifty articles for gardening magazines, newsletters, and plant society bulletins. Uncovered in a seven-year search and collected here for the first time, these writings offer further testament to her talent for conveying practical details in an engaging, literate manner. Treating such subjects as trees and shrubs, bulbs, perennials, native plants, even fellow gardeners, this collection will be welcomed by the novice and knowledgeable gardener alike.

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