A detailed journal that documents the agricultural
life of James A. Bradley as he tended to his new fruit farm in Vacaville, California, during 1884 and the beginning of
James A. Bradley was a farmer in Vacaville, California in the late 19th century.
132 pages. Oblong 12mo. Lacking covers, stitched as issued. Minor chipping at edges of outer leaves. Light
tanning. In a consistent, legible script.
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