Very Good in Good dust jacket; Jacket price-clipped and foxed, owner name on front free endpaper. 0671650351. As told to Robert Flaherty, edited by Edmund Carpenter. Orange pictorial boards. Inuit Illustrations from collection of The Royal Ontario Museum. Measures 6x9 inches. Robert Flaherty made the first commercially viable documentary in 1922, Nanook of the North, based on stories Comock told him about his life in the Canadian Arctic in 1912.; 95 pages.
Very Good. 1968 2nd printing hardback is inscribed by Ted Carpenter is personalized no marks and is in very good condition dust cover is wornEach order is emailed a USPS tracking number. All books are sanitized and cleaned for your protection before mailing.
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