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by John Edward Klimas
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  • Author:
    John Edward Klimas
  • ISBN:
    0802704891
  • ISBN13:
    978-0802704894
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  • Publisher:
    Walker (1975)
  • Pages:
    60 pages
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    1803 kb
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John Edward Klimas, American educator. Member faculty Fairfield (Connecticut) University, 1958-1968, 69-75, associate professor biology, 1961-1967, professor, 1969-1975; Served with United States Army Air Force, 1945-1949. Klimas, John Edward was born on March 10, 1927 in Ansonia, Connecticut, United States. Son of John Edward and Ann (Zemaitus) Klimas. Bachelor of Science, Fairfield University, 1953. Master of Science, Boston College, 1956.

The Flower Book by Edward Burne-Jones (1833–1898) is a series of 38 round watercolours, each about six inches across, painted from 1882 to 1898. The paintings do not depict flowers; rather, they were inspired by the flowers' names. Burne-Jones called them "a series of illustrations to the Names of Flowers". Not a single flower itself appears", according to his wife Georgiana

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Wild flowers of Massachusetts