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    [Abbie M. Brooks]; et al. Group of Five Books about Florida and One 1909 Florida Real Estate Pamphlet. Various places: Various publishers, [circa late 1800s]-[1950]. Sunny Florida. A compendium of information regarding "The State of Orange Groves." London: "The South" Pub. Co., no date [circa late 1800s]. Octavo. 134 pages. Publisher's pictorial red cloth stamped in gilt.

    [Together with]: [Abbie M. Brooks] Silvia Sunshine, pseudonym. Petals Plucked from Sunny Climes. Nashville: Southern Methodist Pub. House, 1880. 12mo. 495 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's red cloth stamped in black and gilt. With ink ownership of W. W. Palmer, proprietor of The Magnolia House in St. Augustine in the late 1800s.

    [And]: Charles Ledyard Norton. A Handbook of Florida. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1892. 12mo. Third edition. 392, [7, ads] pages. Illustrated, including fold-out maps. Publisher's pictorial red cloth stamped in black. and gilt.

    [And]: Florida Farm Lands, Manhattan Grant. Estate of William Astor, Astor, Florida. Real estate listing pamphlet, [circa 1909]. 23, [1] pages. Illustrated, including folding map. Printed paper wrappers, bound with string.

    [And]: Sallie Isora Magruder. Jack, Nell, and Roy, Young Pioneers in Florida . [Lynchburg: printed by J. P. Bell Co. Inc., 1919]. Octavo. 59 pages. Publisher's beige cloth stamped in gilt and green with original paper wrappers bound in; text block stapled.

    [And]: Allen G. Andrews. A Yank Pioneer in Florida. [Jacksonville: Press of the Douglas Printing Co., Inc., 1950]. Review copy. Octavo. 515 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's pictorial beige cloth stamped in green; original illustrated dust jacket.

    Corners bumped, minor to moderate edgewear, head and foot of spines pushed and worn, rubbed. Paper wrappers with minor edgewear. Somewhat foxed and thumbsoiled, some text blocks lightly toned, some copies with ink or penciled ownership and penciled notations throughout text. Good to Very good. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History


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