Richter, Charles; Ripperton, J. C.; et al. Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station 3 Annual Reports, 6 Circulars & 8 Bulletins 1930-32. Washington | Honolulu: Government Printing Office | University of Hawaii, 1930-1932. First Edition. 
Gold cloth with red leather title labels, binding fine, 22 cm (8 3/4 x 6 inches), each item paged separately; the book is 2 inches thick. Illustrated with color and b/w plates & drawings. Internal labels/stamps of an academic library, including "withdrawn." Very good. Hardcover.
Imprints include both the Government Printing Office in DC, and the circulars and some reports have the imprint Honolulu: University of Hawaii.
Contents of this illustrated volume consist of Annual Reports, Circulars, and numbered Agricultural Bulletins:
No. 62. Physical Properties of Hawaii Soils with Special Reference to the Colloidal Fraction
No. 63. Physiocochemical Properties of Edible-Canna and Potato Starches
No. 64. The Pigeon Pea (Cajanus Indicus) its Improvement, Culture, and Utilization in Hawaii
No. 65. Range Grasses of Hawaii
No. 66. Survey of the Physical Features that Affect the Agriculture of the Kona District of Hawaii
No. 67. Cane Molasses in Poultry Rations
No. 68. Japanese Foods Commonly Used in Hawaii
No. 69. Cane Molasses as a Supplement to Fattening Rations for Swine
No. 70. The Manufacture of Poi from Taro in Hawaii: With Special Emphasis on its Fermentation
The following Circulars:
No. 1. The Management of Baby Chicks in Confinement
No. 2. Pineapple Bran as a Feed for Livestock
No. 3. Natural and Artificial Incubation of Hens' Eggs
No. 4. Poultry Feed Supplements: Avocados, Bananas, Papayas, and Sweetpotatoes asSupplementary Feeds for Poultry in Hawaii.
No. 5. Poultry Diseases Common in Hawaii
No. 6. Grafting Tropical Fruit Trees in Hawaii
Annual Report of the Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station for 1930
Annual Report of the Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station for 1931
Annual Report of the Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station for 1932