[AGRICULTURE] [HAWAII] The Kingdom That Grew Out Of A Little Boy's Garden. Marion Mason Hale.
[AGRICULTURE] [HAWAII] The Kingdom That Grew Out Of A Little Boy's Garden
[AGRICULTURE] [HAWAII] The Kingdom That Grew Out Of A Little Boy's Garden
[AGRICULTURE] [HAWAII] The Kingdom That Grew Out Of A Little Boy's Garden

[AGRICULTURE] [HAWAII] The Kingdom That Grew Out Of A Little Boy's Garden

San Francisco: Hawaiian Pineapple Company, 1930. Fifth Printing. Staplebound. 55 pages. 15.5 x 9 cm. A folkloric account of James Drummond Dole's climb to become the "Pineapple King". Narrative takes the reader through the early days of planting, canning, and role in the company's success to pack and ship pineapple to overseas markets. Black and white photo images include farming, canning production, and Lanai City (cottages, store, school, and hospital). Color images include the description of the three grades of canned pineapple along with recipes. Rear cover illustration of a giant pineapple-shaped water tank built in 1927. Covers creased and stained, interior clean. White wraps. Good. Item #2050

Price: $20.00

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