The Diaries of John McConnell Black. Volume I: Diaries One to Four, 1875-1886. With selected extracts from his 'Memoirs'. [Together with] Volume II: Diaries Five to Eight, 1887-1910 [and] Volume III: Diaries Nine to Twelve, 1911-1951. Edited by his granddaughters, Marjorie Andrew and Shirley Clissold
Hawthorndene and Adelaide, Investigator Press (Volume 1) and the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and State Herbarium (Volumes 2 and 3), 1986, 1991 and 2003.
Octavo, three volumes, 271, 316 and 504 pages with numerous illustrations and 6 colour plates in Volume 1.
Laminated pictorial papered boards; a fine set.
John Black (1855-1951) was a reporter who turned to botany relatively late in life; he emigrated to South Australia in 1877.