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Kerner von Marilaun, Anton, et al. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and Distribution. 2 vols. London: Gresham Publishing, 1904.

UML Sciences & Technology Fifth Floor 
Qk 45 k4 1904

From the German of the late Anton Kerner von Marilaun Busk by F. W. Oliver. With the assistance of Lady Busk and Mrs. M. F. Macdonald. With about 2000 original woodcut illustrations.

 

References:

Cinamon, Gerald. "Talwin Morris (1865-1911): A Checklist of Works Related to Publishing." The Private Library, 4th Series 3.1 (1990): 37.

Illustrated in Cinamon, Gerald. "Talwin Morris, Blackie and the Glasgow Style." The Private Library, 3rd series 10.1 (1987): 36.

Gibbs, Robert. "Talwin Morris Again: Evaluation and Collaboration. Part One." Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society Newsletter 36 (1984): 10.

Illustrated in MacSporran, Fiona. "Talwin Morris." Baseline 23 (1997): 26.

Seaton, Chris S. "The Book Designs of Talwin Morris (1865-1911)." Review of Scottish Culture. 2 (1986): 15.

Illustrated in "Studio Talk." The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art 35 (1905): 330-360.

Temple, Loudon. "How to Judge a Book by Its Cover." The Herald April 17 1999: 10-11.

 

Listed in the online Talwin Morris exhibit at SCRAN, with a digital image.