THE ROADSIDES OF NORTH CAROLINA: Report of a Study of the Problem of Roadside Improvement along the Highways of the State.

(Washington, DC: National Council for Protection of Roadside Beauty and American Nature Assn.), nd [ca. 1930]. First edition. 8vo. 34 pp. Illustrated from photographs. Includes a statement on the issue by O. Max Gardner as Governor; laid in is a handbill (8 x 5 1/2 inches), issued by the publishers, explaining the survey and soliciting donations toward their efforts. Advocating more regulation of roadside billboards, with many illustrations of problems, better tree, shrub, and flower planting, etc. Cover title: "The Roadsides of North Carolina: A Survey." Thornton 9276. OCLC locates three copies, each with a different date (North Carolina: 1932, Yale: 1929, Duke: 1930). Very good. Original illustrated cream wrappers (upper corner of front wrapper torn, not affecting text), stapled. (10264). Item #63861

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