This book will take you from the birth year of Louis Bromfield, until his dying day in March of 1956. "Louis Bromfield and his Malabar Farm" touches on every aspect from Mr. Bromfield's life as a World War One soldier to his days of entertaining world class guests to changing the agriculture field as we know it today. In this book you will learn what life was like at Malabar, the people who lived ...
Paperback: 58 pages
Publisher: Joseph James (June 17, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.2 x 11 inches
Amazon Rank: 5899997
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Interesting tidbits of Bromfield's life, but leaves the reader hungry for more. Also be aware that most of the pictures are contemporary...
how Louis, farm managers, and farm hands revived over 900 acres of land. Explore the halls of the "Big House" and the hills of Malabar Farm as author, Joe James, takes you around the most intriguing, interesting, and historically rich places on the farm. Learn about the several families who lived on the property such as the Rose family and why Celia killed her family, the Pugh family, and their cabin, and most importantly, the Bromfield family, Louis, Mary, Anne, Hope, and Ellen and what each of them did while living at Malabar Farm and beyond.