THE GARDEN OF CANADA: BURLINGTON, OAKVILLE AND DISTRICT.


96 pp, 9 1/4" H. Black cloth with gold lettering on front board. A facsimile reprint of the William Briggs, Toronto, 1902 edition. B&w photographs of farms, fruit picking, residences, churches, businesses, residents, etc.. Contents: The Garden of Canada; Burlington District; Officers of the Burlington Fruit-Growers Association; Burlington Horticultural Association; The Burlington Fruit Experiment Station; "By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them"; Geo. Fisher, Esq.; "Shady Cottage" Dairy and Fruit Farm; "Bonnie Place" Fruit Farm; C.F. Coleman: House and Sign Painter, Paper Hanger, Decorator and Grainer; The Hotel Brant and Annex; Burlington's Up-to-date Planing Mill and Lumber Yard; Burlington Box, Barrel and Basket Works; U.E. Loyalists: The Families Ghent and Davis; Lumber Yard and Planing Mill Owned by Mr. John Kentner; "Maple Lodge", Residence of W. Ghent, Esq.; Greengill Stock Farm; Facts Relating to "The Poplars"; Ontario Orchards; O.T. Springer, Esq., Burlington: Prominent Fruit-Grower; The Traders Bank of Canada; Grey Stone Villa; Clovelly Summer Cottages; Crown Farm; Burlington Plains; Burlington Public Library; Maplehurst, Residence of Godwin Bros.; Mr. William McCabe, LL.B., F.I.A.; Bronte Villa Farms and Orchards; Lakehurst Sanitarium; plus advertisements for properties for sale. Small to medium crease at bottom corner of pages 83 to 94, tiny corner crease on rear board, wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, spine is very slightly twisted, a few very small rub marks on boards - mainly on rear board.

Title: THE GARDEN OF CANADA: BURLINGTON, OAKVILLE AND DISTRICT.

Author Name: Craig, Martha. With contributions by A.W. Peart & W.F.W. Fisher, Geo. E. Fisher, C.C. James, Thomas Hood, David Sinclair, J.J. Barker, W.A. Emory, O.T. Springer, H.H. Hurd, et al.

Categories: Canada - Ontario,

Edition: Facsimile Reprint

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good -

Seller ID: 28561

Keywords: Burlington, Burlington Bay, Wellington Square, Lake Ontario, Ontario, Burlington Fruit-Growers Association, Fruit, Fruit Growing, Burlington Horticultural Association; Clover, Apples, Pears, Peaches, Grapes, Burlington Fruit Experiment Station, Cherries, Raspberries, Currants, Plums, Blackberries, Strawberries, Bonnie Place, C.F. Coleman, Brant Hotel, Planing Mills, Lumber Yards, James Harrison, Crescent Hall, William White, George Allen, Burlington Box Barrel and Basket Works, W.T. Glover, Maitland Young, Imperial Crate, Churches, United Empire Loyalists, UELs, Ghent, Davis, John Kentner, Maple Lodge, E.H. Cleaver, greengill Stock Farm, the Poplars, Homes, Businesses, Ontario Orchards, O.T. Springer, Traders Bank of Canada, Grey Stone Villa, William Sinclair, Wesley Kerns, Clovelly Summer Cottages, Avondale Fruit and Dairy Farm, Farms, P.J. Babcock, crown Farm, Burlington Plains, Aldershot, Burlington Public Library, Easterbrook, Maplehurst, Godwin, Port Nelson, Greengill Stock Farm, William McCabe, Bronte Villa Farms and Orchards, Lakehurst Sanitarium, Oakville, Kingscastle, Kings Castle.,