Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Vines, Shrubs, &c. &c. for sale by… at Cellar no. 4 Central Street, two doors down from Essex Street...
[Salem, Mass. Salem Gazette Press, [circa 1860-1875].
Broadside (32.5 x 16 cm.). A handsomely printed broadside, with ornamental border, advertising Dwarf Apple Trees, Quince Trees, Peach Trees, Ornamental Trees, Hardy Grape Varieties, Bedding Plants (currant, gooseberry, raspberry, etc.), and Climbing Vines. individual varietals are listed with prices. Andrew Nichols (born 1837) was son of Andrew Nichols (1785-1853), a President of the Essex County Natural History Society, Trustee of the Essex County Agricultural Association, and author of works on botany and poetry. The younger Nichols career as a lawyer was cut short by ill health, and he established himself as a farmer, with a nursery in Danvers and a shop in Salem on Central Street. Scarce. [OCLC locates no copies].