Report of the Superintendent of Farmers' Institutes of the Province of Ontario 1900. Part I. Part II. Women's Institutes. Part III. Meetings and Statistics
WOODWARD, J. S. et al
Benefits of soiling cows in summer, Ontario farm conditions from a Yankee farmer's standpoint (J. S. Woodward), noxious weeds, application of manure, up to date methods of growing potatoes, bandaging for the extermination of the codling moth, construction of an ice house, Canadian horses in the African War (by Lieut. John McCrae, presumably author of In Flanders Fields), article by Erland Lee about cream separators, etc. Second part lists officers of Women's Institutes across Ontario, article on the development of W.I.s and how movement has grown.
- Publisher: Ontario Department of Agriculture
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1901
- Place Published: Toronto
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Ex library - very good +
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
Various paginations. 25 cm. 35 b&w illustrations. Brown cloth hardcover with blank and gold impressing. Library bookplate on front pastedown, blind stamp on first title page and p. 77, card in rear pocket.