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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1893-94. Semi-annual meeting at Kilbourn City, June 20 and 21, 1893. Annual meeting at Madison, February 6, 7 and 8, 1894

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Philips, A. J., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1893-94. Semi-annual meeting at Kilbourn City, June 20 and 21, 1893. Annual meeting at Madison, February 6, 7 and 8, 1894
Vol. XXIV
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1894 [covers 1893/1894]

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[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1893-94. Semi-annual meeting at Kilbourn City, June 20 and 21, 1893. Annual meeting at Madison, February 6, 7 and 8, 1894, pp. [i]-[ii]

Letter of transmittal, Philips, A. J. pp. [iii]-[iv]

Index to volume 24, pp. [v]-vii ff.

[Officers and committees], pp. [1]-3

Members of the society, p. [4]

Officers of the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association for 1894, p. 5

Officers of the Wisconsin Bee Keepers' Association for 1894, p. 5

Officers of the Wisconsin Forestry Association for the year 1894, p. 5

List of annual members, 1894, pp. [6]-9

List of nurserymen and fruit growers in Wisconsin, pp. [10]-11

Fruit list, pp. [12]-14

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. [15]-16

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [17]-18

Act of re-organization. And laws relating to the State Horticultural Society, pp. [19]-21

Report of the transactions at the summer meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, at Kilbourn City, June 20, 21, 1893, p. [22]

Address of welcome, Jones, J. E. p. 23

Response, Hoxie, B. S. p. 24

The possibilities of horticulture, Smith, Chester W. pp. 24-25

Why?, Potter, Carl H. pp. 25-28

Wisconsin as a fruit-growing state, pp. 28-31

The garden within, Conway, Mary pp. 32-33

Roses for the garden, Wright, J. E. pp. 33-35

Neglect of the beautiful in nature, Huntley, Fleta pp. 35-39

The strawberry, p. 39

[Awards of premiums at summer meeting], pp. 40-42

Transactions of the 24th annual meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, held in Madison, February 6, 7, 8, 1894, pp. [43]-45

[Cold storage], Chamberlain, C. C. pp. 45-47

Apples from the world's fair, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 47-49

Will the introduction of Russian fruits benefit western horticulture?, Freeborn, S. I. pp. 49-54

Apples and apple growing in Wisconsin, Philips, A. J. pp. 54-60

Looking forward, Hatch, A. L. pp. 60-65

State interest in horticulture and the public schools, Smith, Chester W. pp. 65-72

Not pretty, but practical, Melville, Velma C. pp. 72-76

A home by horticulture, Coleman, J. E. pp. 76-81

Annual address, Thayer, M. A. pp. 81-84

Report of B. S. Hoxie, secretary, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 84-87

Treasurer's report, Campbell, Vie H. pp. 87-88

Report of finance committee, p. 89

Report of trial stations. Report of Hill Creek trial station at Ithaca, Hatch, A. L.; Harden, Fred A.; Goff, E. S. pp. 89-95

Report on the distribution of plants, Herbst, J. L. pp. 95-97

Strawberries of 1893, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 98-104

My experience in starting a nursery, Moyle, W. J. pp. 104-107

A year's experience in small fruits, Herbst, J. L. pp. 107-113

Industrial education, Gaynor, J. A. pp. 114-116

Growing vegetables for the market, Smith, Geo. B. pp. 116-123

Notes and observations on a small fruit farm, Coe, R. J. pp. 124-127

The local paper as a help in horticulture, Charleton, H. H. pp. 127-132

[General talk], Henry, W. A. pp. 132-134

Report of B. S. Hoxie, superintendent on fruit received for the world's fair, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 134-139

Hardiness vs. quality, Plumb, J. C. pp. 139-142

Report of Franklin Johnson, Johnson, Franklin pp. 142-144

One year in a market garden, Carpenter, L. A. pp. 144-145

Best system for nursery trimming, Hewitt, B. Wade pp. 146-148

Ferns and wild flowers, Toole, Wm. pp. 148-154

[Report of visit to university and farm], Charlton, H. H. pp. 154-157

Does it pay?, Wakefield, J. pp. 157-159

Conditions affecting fruitfulness, Goff, E. S. pp. 160-163

Is forest culture in Wisconsin desirable? Is it practicable?, Cheney, L. S. pp. 163-170

Report of committee on resolutions, pp. 171-172

Report of committee on nomenclature, p. 172

Reports of delegates to state societies, Toole, William; Thayer, M. A.; Hoxie, B. S. pp. 173-179

Reports of committee on observation, Hatch, A. L., et al. pp. 180-194

Reports of local societies, Johnson, Franklin, Mrs., et al. pp. 195-205

Award of premiums, pp. 205-206

In memoriam. Dr. Joseph Hobbins. J. M. Smith. George H. Robbins, Adams, B. F.; Hoxie, B. S. pp. [207]-211

An interesting letter from New Mexico, Potter, Carl H. pp. 212-216

[List of growers desiring a trial station at Omro], pp. 216-217

Items collected by the secretary, pp. 218-222

Transplanting onions, Waldron, C. B. p. 223

[Report of summer meeting as made by Miss Grace Smith], Smith, Grace pp. 224-226

Points from our Iowa neighbors, pp. 227-230

Orcharding in northern Iowa, Ferris, John C. pp. 231-232

[Apple discussion at Iowa meeting], pp. 232-234

Women as horticulturists, Osborn, Herbert, Mrs. pp. 234-236

Notes from Minnesota, pp. 237-244

Biography, p. 245

Why not exhibit at the state fair?, Dart, E. H. S. pp. 246-247

Wisconsin as a fruit state, Philips, A. J. pp. 247-248

Fruit in the northwest, Philips, A. J. pp. 248-250 ff.

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