Philadelphia: Benerman & Wilson 1868. First Edition. 38, [2-blank] pages. 4to (7 x 8 3/4 inches). Publisher's original green cloth with gilt decoration on front panel and the same in blind on the rear panel. Boards bevelled, with several boxed borders in blind front and rear. Rear flyleaf creased. Previous owner name penciled on second flyleaf (Annie Pike, '70) Frontispiece is a silver print pasted onto thick paper which illustrates three different leaves. This copy has 4 additional prints laid in. Some minor blemishes to the images. Smells of perfume (perhaps a young lady's copy). A nice example, with multiple extra prints. Near Fine. Cloth. 
The author does an excellent job of explaining for the amateur how one can make leaf prints, the best leaves to choose, and various processes that can be utilized and the advantages (or not) of each. He even explains the photo frontispiece, detailing each leaf imaged and what the student can learn from them.
Epstean Collection on the History and Science of Photography, #731a. Johnson, 19th Century Photography An Annotated Bibliography 1839-1879, #H802.