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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Annual report for the year 1888, including addresses and papers, with verbatim discussions specially reported, together with reports from county societies

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Hoxie, B. S., Editor
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Annual report for the year 1888, including addresses and papers, with verbatim discussions specially reported, together with reports from county societies
Vol. XIX
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1889 [covers 1888]

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[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Annual report for the year 1888, including addresses and papers, with verbatim discussions specially reported, together with reports from county societies, pp. [i]-[ii]

Letter of transmittal, Hoxie, B. S. pp. [iii]-[iv]

Officers for 1889, p. [v]

Committees, pp. [v]-vi

Fruit list, pp. [vii]-viii

Trees and shrubs recommended, p. [ix]

Members of the society, pp. [x]-[xi]

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [xii]-xiii

Act of reorganization and laws relating to the State Horticultural Society, pp. [xiv]-xvi

Report of the transactions at the summer meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, held at Ripon, June 28 and 29, 1888, pp. [1]-2

Address of welcome, Reed, L. E. pp. 2-5

Response by B. S. Hoxie, Evansville, secretary of the society, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 6-7

The fruits we can grow, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 7-21

The ornamentation of school grounds, Huntley, D. pp. 21-29

Shall the man of moderate means go to California to grow fruit, Smith, J. M. pp. 29-36

The wonders of plant life, Campbell, Vie H. pp. 36-42

Top grafting the Siberian as a means of increased hardiness, Plumb, J. C. pp. 42-52

Woman as a berry-grower, Root, O. H. pp. 52-59

How plants forage, Barnes, Chas. R. pp. 59-71

Some glimpses of California as it appeared to a Wisconsin woman, Smith, J. M. pp. 71-87

Reports of committees, and resolutions, pp. 87-89

Transactions and discussions at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, held in Madison, February 6, 1889, p. [90]

[Secretary's report], Hoxie, B. S. pp. [90]-94

Treasurer's report, Anderson, M. pp. 95-96

Election of officers, pp. 96-104

Grapes in Wisconsin, Fox, William pp. 104-118

Shall the farmer raise his own fruit?, Phillips, A. J. pp. 118-121

My experience in raising apples, Hirschinger, Charles pp. 121-133

Some of the causes of failure in raising apples in Wisconsin, Plumb, J. C. pp. 133-140

Field notes and observations, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 140-147

Seedling apples, Adams, B. F. pp. 147-152

horticulture in common schools, Reynolds, Werden pp. 152-160

Some questions in horticulture, Goff, E. S. pp. 160-166

Reports from local societies., Crooker, A. S., et al. pp. 167-173

Reports of committees on observation, Peffer, Geo. P., et al. pp. [174]-205

Letters and miscellaneous business, pp. [206]-207

The Minnesota State Horticultural Convention--a woman's view of it, Campbell, V. H. pp. 208-214

The power of an idea, Charlton, Helen M. pp. 214-221

In memoriam, Adams, B. F. pp. [222]-224

horticulture upon the farm, Smith, J. M. pp. 225-235

Table of contents, pp. [236]-237

Index to volume XIX, pp. [238]-240 ff.


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