Bulletin of the American Geographical Society: Volume XXXV, Number 4, October 1903.

By: Hurlbut, Geo. C. (editor).

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8vo - 24.5 x 15.5 cm.; Pages 325 to 438. The society was founded in 1852 with the object of encouraging geographical exploration and discovery. Contents (articles only): 1 - "The Earthquake and Volcanic Eruption in Guatemala in 1902" by Gustav Eisen, 2 - "The Climate of South America" by Robert Dec. Ward, 3 - "Guayaquil and Quito Railway" by F. W. Bennett, 4 - "Notes on the U. S. Geological Survey", 5 - "Mr. Peary's Expedition to the Arctic", 6 - "Sheets of the U. S. Atlas" by Henry Gannett, 7 - "M. Froidevaux's Paris Letter", 8 - "Latitude and Longitude of Chengtu-fu". The front cover is detached with a tear in the top left corner - no major material loss. Otherwise, the paper covers are edge worn and browned. The interior is clean with some pages still uncut on the top and fore edges.; Magazine

Title: Bulletin of the American Geographical Society: Volume XXXV, Number 4, October 1903.

Author Name: Hurlbut, Geo. C. (editor).

Categories: Exploration & Travel,

Publisher: New York, New York, American Geographical Society: 1903

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 13056

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