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Diary of the 'Discovery' Expedition to the Antarctic 1901-1904.
by [Antarctic Exploration] Wilson, Edward.

Publisher Information:
Blandford Press, London: 1966.

A Fine copy in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with light wear to the extremities. Edward Wilson was the physican and zoologist aboard the "Discovery' on both of Scott's expedition to Antarctica and this is his account of the first expedition to the South Pole. Wilson's personal account, originally intended just for his family, is published here for the first time and is at its heart a chronicle of his personal observations of his first voyage with Scott along with forty-seven of his delicate and meticulous watercolors and pencil drawings.

Catalog Stout


Edition: First Printing of the First UK Edition
Book Id: 22660

Price: $150.00

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