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Landscape gardening in Japan : with the Supplement to landscape gardening in Japan / by Josiah Conder, with collotypes by K. Ogawa
Bib ID 1537756
Format BookBook
Author
Conder, Josiah, 1789-1855
 
Printer (Tokio [sic] : The Hakubunsha, Ginzo)
Description Yokohama : Kelly and Walsh, 1893 
2 v. (v.1. xi, 161 p.; v.2. [4], [40] leaves), 77 leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 37 cm. 
Full contents Supplement contains only plates. 
Notes

Half-title.

Covers illustrated and decorated in gold.

Includes index -- v. 1.

Bibliography in pref.

Library's vols. have book plate: G.K. Cowlishaw, donated by the family of the late George Keith Cowlishaw.

202/­4/­86.

Subjects Landscape gardening - Japan.

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