Geographical Review 1938 Geography fine leather book 4 issues w/ photos & mapsBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
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American Geographical Society of New York.
The Geographical Review, 1938. Vol. XXVIII. pp.706. Four quarterly issues, profusely illustrated throughout.
Includes articles on topics such as Geography in the Creative Experiment, Soil and Water Conservation in the Punjab, Land Utilization and Soil Erosion in Nigeria, Earth Mounds in Unglaciated Arctic Northwestern America, The Mediterranean problem, Geography and Politics in the Hawaiian islands, Racial Maps of the United States, The Question of Colonies, China's First Knowledge of the Americas, Baltic Trade Relations, The Snake River Canyon, The Economic Regions of Germany, The Origins of Settlement Patters in New England, on and on.
Period (likely pre-1950) 3/4 grained morocco leather binding. Raised bands, gilt rules & title, beautiful marble paper covered boards and end papers.
Heavily illustrated scholarly journal issued quarterly. Each issue contains numerous b&w photographs, diagrams, maps, views, plans; all as issued.
Lovely example, minor age scuffing or small flaws, overall clean, lovely book. Possibly a unique binding, as likely few annual years were ever bound up like this in such handsome, almost deluxe leather bindings.
Contents fresh, tight and sound, complete and beautiful antiquarian book.
Book measures: 10" H X 7" W.