4 Dust - jacket illustrations CATHERINE DIKE CANES UNITED STATES IN THE Illustrated Mementoes of American History 1607 - 1953 CANE CURIOSA PRESS From top left : Folk Art cane Tiffany cane handle Fair cane Erotica handle American ivory ...
Author: Catherine Dike
Chronicling American cane-making from 1607 through 1953, this beautifully illustrated book features canes in the context of American history. An ambitious and scholarly volume that includes over 900 images, this book features many of the canes shown at the celebrated cane exhibit at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York in the mid-1980s. Written by a cane collector and walking-stick expert whose private collection was estimated to be around 1,300 canes and whose enthusiasm inspired museums and wealthy private collectors to invest in the field, this book displays decades of work and dedication to the craft. Presented are canes used by past political figures, canes made of glass, and canes carved by soldiers from the American Revolution to World War II.
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Author: United States. Agricultural Research Service. Crops Research Division
This Handbook supersedes Department bulletin 1366, "A check list of diseases of economic plants in the United States," issued in 1926. It replaces the processed report, "Index of Plant Diseases in the United States," issued in six parts, from 1950 to 1953. The Handbook does not constitute a revision of the "Index," issued from 1950 to 1953. There are no real changes in content. Condensation of the introductory explanation, and some minor changes, mainly in the host descriptions, to permit better arrangement of the printed page, are the most conspicuous differences from the original "Index."
For blind and visually impaired persons , the white cane represents access , opportunity , mobility , and safety . For everyone in the United States , the white cane reminds us that having a disability does not diminish one's right to ...
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