Fruit Markets in Eastern Asia.

Berkeley, CA: University of California Printing Office, 1930.

Octavo, 366 pages. First edition. Photographs and charts illustrate throughout. A University of California, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station Report regarding the prospect of Eastern Asia as a viable market for U.S. grown fruits. Following World War I prices for domestic agricultural commodities plummeted, this report investigates possible alternative markets in Japan, Korea, China, Phillipines, French Indo-China, Siam, British Malaya, Dutch East Indies, Burma, India, and Ceylon. Laid in is a 14 page brochure Fruit Markets in Eastern Asia : A Joint Investigation by the United States Department of Commerce and the University of California that excerpts sections of the book. Wrappers chipped and with a divot to the spine. Inscription to front cover, otherwise generally very good.

Price: $100.00