Fri, 2 April 2010
Fri, Apr 2 2010
Mister Ron's Basement #1637
Max Adeler's published writings in books is a small sampling of his total output -- he wrote for Philadelphia newspapers for decades from the 1860s through the 1880s, and much of his work is simply buried.
Oddly enough, we have found a good deal of Adeler material in New Zealand newspapers from the period, and we have been reading some this week.
In this 1881 piece, Max Adeler experiments with a variety of techniques in growing a grape vine. It is called, appropriately enough, 'Max Adeler on Grapes.'
Time: approx five minutes
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