Full leather binding with marbled endpapers. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Covers are quite worn, lacking in chip at top of spine, generally rubbed and with front hinge broken, held intact only by binding cords. Internally a clean, sound copy. An uncommon title presenting the lore and legend of Arbor Day, its origins, history, celebrations, locals observed, etc. Published under the auspices of the U.S, Department of Agriculture. Fair as noted.