Atlanta: Coca-Cola Co., 1941.
Softbound. First edition. The second of three books on flower arranging by William Burroughs' mother. Illustrated with amazingly kitch color photos of flower arrangements and bottles of Coke. Interesting item because her middle name "Lee" was the pseudonym Burroughs used for his first book Junkie. She owned a gift shop called "Cobblestone Gardens," later the title of one of Burroughs' books. A revealing look at the upper middle class values that sent Burroughs looking for a different lifestyle. Some scattered foxing and creasing to covers, just a presentable copy.