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Publisher: Washington, DC., National Geographic Society.: December 6, 1965.
Seller ID: 10183
Condition: Very good in wrappers. Small tear at bottom of stapled spine.
Jan Goodall article with color and black & white photos by Baron Hugo van Lawick. Plus fiber optics and Christmas related articles. View more info
By: Asimov, Isaac.
Publisher: New York., Truman Talley Books / E. P. Dutton.: 1985.
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 8830
Condition: Very good in near fine price clipped dust jacket. Light soiling to top edge. Slight spine slant.
Publisher: Cambridge., Cambridge University Press.: 1958.
Edition: Third Edition revised by G. A. Kerkut with chapters by L. E. S. Eastham and J. T. Saunders.
Seller ID: 9661
Condition: Good in good- dust jacket. Book is square and relatively tight. Neat signature of former owner and evidence of sticker removal on front free endpaper. Soiling to edges with foxing starting on top edge. Jacket ragged with chips on spine and large closed tear at top of front panel.
Black & white drawings & illustrations throughout. View more info
Publisher: Buffalo, NY., Prometheus Books.: 1976.
Seller ID: 9709
Condition: Good+ in wrappers. Book is square and tight. Red remainder mark on bottom edge. Price sticker on front panel. Wrappers worn on edges with spine crease.
Articles by Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, Leonard Nimoy, et. al. Black & white photo illustrations. View more info
Publisher: New York., Combustion Engineering-Superheater, Inc.: 1950.
Edition: 6th impression.
Seller ID: 8544
Condition: Good+. Bookplate partially removed from front pastedown. Edges soiled. Corners bumped. Spine faded. Copy of letter on flimsy laid in. From George Sherlaimoff, in Spanish, from Monte Alega, to Dr. Karl Zappert, Director - Technico das I.K.P.C. s/a, Nesta.
Black & white illustrations, charts, and photos throughout. View more info
By: Forbes, George.
Publisher: New York., Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith.: 1929.
Edition: First American Edition.
Seller ID: 12030
Condition: Interior bright save for browning on contents page. Former owner's inscription on front free endpaper. Boards rubbed with wear at edges.
From the New Library series. Identify the stars (with 5 charts). View more info
Publisher: Salt Lake City, Utah., University of Utah. Department of Geography.: 1960.
Seller ID: 14190
Condition: Very good in shelf worn illustrated wrappers.
Work presented as exhibition by the U.S. delegation to the International Geographical Union. 10th General Assembly & the 19th International Geographical Congress. Photos, diagrams, illustrations & fold-out map. The area was chosen as a land of interesting natural contrasts with unique historical fabric. View more info
Publisher: New York., John Wiley & Sons.: 1928.
Edition: Second Edition. 1928 Printing Corrected.
Seller ID: 10175
Condition: Good lacking dust jacket. Two former owner's signatures on front pastedown plus penciled notes on rear pastedown. Book is clean with a small amount of underlining. Hinges weakening.
Black & white photos, charts, graphs, and drawings. View more info
Publisher: New York., Simon & Schuster.: 1981.
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 8531
Condition: Fine in very good dust jacket. Creases to front and rear jacket flap. Jacket wear on front edge and small tear at top rear corner.
The discovery of Lucy, the oldest, most complete, best-preserved skeleton of any erect-walking human ancestor every found. Map illustrated endpapers. Color and black & white photos and illustrations throughout. View more info
Publisher: London., Abelard-Schuman.: 1959.
Seller ID: 16287
Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Light toning to endpapers. Book is square & tight with clean text. Jacket lightly edge worn with some fading to spine. Price intact on front flap.
Foreword by Sir George Thompson, FRS. Early book on high temperature atomic fusion. View more info
Publisher: Garden City, NY., The American Garden Guild & Doubleday & Co.: 1952.
Edition: Book club edition.
Seller ID: 10815
Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Book is tight & clean. Bookplate and gift inscription on front endpapers. Slight spine slant. White jacket lightly rubbed and edge worn.
102 beautiful black & white paintings by Eckelberry. View more info
Publisher: New York., John Wiley & Sons.: 1964.
Edition: Second Edition, 4th printing.
Seller ID: 9855
Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket. Book is square and tight. Jacket rubbed and lightly worn on edges.
Black & white photos, drawings and charts throughout. View more info
Edition: Reprinted from Science, N.S., Vol. XVII., No. 435, Pages 708-712, May 1, 1903. Author's inscription "With the writer's compliments" but no si
Seller ID: 12826
Condition: Near fine. Light sunning to wrap edges and light crease to bottom front corner.
This is the preliminary article published before the 1904 Univ. of California publication. Sinclair published this account while a student of John C. Merriam at U.C. Berkeley. After receiving his M.S. & Ph.D. in 1904 he became a fellow at Princeton and later headed their vertebrate paleontology field/collecting program in Wyoming, South Dakota and Nebraska. He also continued his work on cave faunas of California. View more info
By: Steward, F. C.
Publisher: Reading, MA., Addison-Wesley Pub.: 1964.
Seller ID: 10109
Condition: Near fine in pictorial wrappers. Former owner's signature on half title page.
Black & white photos, charts, tables, and illustrations throughout. View more info
Publisher: Garden City, New York., Doubleday & Co.: 1980.
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 16500
Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket As new. Price intact on front flap.
Science "from the depths of the stone age to the computerized vision of tomorrow." Photo illustrations throughout. Newspaper book review laid in. View more info