8vo. Bound in dark green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Black and white photographic reproductions and maps. Light shelfwear, ink name to ffep all else, clean and unmarked with sound binding; very good+ in good+ edgeworn dustjacket with chips to rear panel.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. pp. 256, b/w illustrations. J.B. Tyrrell was one of the truly great Canadians, a man of almost superhuman ability, whose epoch-making discoveries left and indelible stamp on our culture. His biography is set forth here in an impressive and important book that fills, at last, a major gap in the written history of Canada. 8vo.
Fine. 256pp. Octavo. Illustrated with photos and maps. Original green cloth with gilt lettering on spine in dust jacket. Small chips to edges of dust jacket. Previous owner's inscription on front free endpaper. Dust jacket is price clipped. fine A look at the distinguished life and career of the award winning Geologist, J. B. Tyrrell. Awards include: 1918, Murchison Medal, Geological Society of London / 1933, Flavelle Medal, Royal Society of Canada / 1947, Wollaston Medal, Geological Society of London / Back Award, Royal Geographic Society / Daly Medal from the American Geographical Society / Professional Engineer's Medal from the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario.
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