Flowers in bright colors. Plates from “Birds and Nature” which was published in 1900 by A. W. Mumford of Chicago.

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“Oswego Tea or Bee Balm” (Monarda didyma), taken from the 1900 work “Nature’s Garden.” Number 353, page 117. Collection of and digitalized by the Smithsonian Libraries. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/stream/birdsnature831900chic#page/117/mode/1up
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“Wild Columbine” (Aquilegia Canadensis) which was taken from the 1900 work “Nature’s Garden.” Number 356. Page 100. Collection of and digitalized by the Smithsonian Libraries. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/birdsnature831900chic/page/100/mode/2up
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“Fringed Gentian” (Gentiana Crinita) on left. “Closed or Blind Gentian” (Gentiana andrewsii) on right, both having been taken taken from the 1900 work “Nature’s Garden.” Number 354. Page 106. Collection of and digitalized by the Smithsonian Libraries. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/stream/birdsnature831900chic#page/106/mode/1up
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“Tall or Giant Sunflower” (Helianthus giganteus) on left. “Black-eyed Susan or Ox-eyed Daisy” (Rudbeckia hirta) on right. Number 355. Page 111. Collection of and digitalized by the Smithsonian Libraries. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/stream/birdsnature831900chic#page/111/mode/1up

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