Very Good. Hardcover, no dustjacket, has a couple of minor flaws: the red cloth spine is slightly faded and there are mild bumps to the bottom corners, clean inside and out, binding is tight and square, contents are fine, 414 pages, over 200 photographs, "The following pages give a simple account of the more noteworthy experiences of the author and his companions on his 1926-1931 expedition to Alaska"
Very Good. No Jacket. First edition, hardcover, light bump to top corner, covers lightly soiled, slight fade to spine and top edge, light toning to pages, name to front endpaper, otherwise solid, a VG copy.
Very Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall Cloth. Good+/No Jacket. First Edition. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. This book gives "a simple account of the more noteworthy experiences of the author and his companions on his 1926-1931 expeditions to Alaska. They are...brief but faithful records of what befell or was encountered by the writer and his coworkers in those far-away and lonesome, yet scientifically important regions, in quest of anthropological information."--from the Preface. AB 7467: "Day to day notes kept during the author's four journeys. to make anthropological and archaeological investigations, and to collect evidence on migrations from northeast Asia to America." Over 225 photos in text with some maps. 414 pages including index. Scarce.
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