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The home of the blizzard, being the story of the Australasian antarctic expedition, 1911-1914; by Sir Douglas Mawson
Bib ID 52882
Format BookBook
Author
Mawson, Douglas, Sir, 1882-1958
 
Description London : W. Heinemann, 1915 
2 v. ill., plates (part col., part fold.) ports., maps (part fold.) facsims., 26 cm. 
Notes

Folded maps in pocket at end of vol. II.

Library's N set bears the Commonwealth Parliament Library emboss; also stamped 'Parliament of the Commonwealth Library', 'Commonwealth of Australia Library of the Parliament' 30 MAR 1915, 36004 (vol. 1) and 36005 (vol. 2); vol. 1 signed in black ink, "Douglas Mawson, 6th March 1920".

Library's A set lacks volume 2; vol. 1 rebound and presented to the Library by Mrs E.A. Weber of 'Roxton', 95 Lurline St., Katoomba from the estate the late Charles F. Weber of in 1974; presentation copy inscibed "To EA from the author" and "Presented by the explorer ..." (not in Mawson's hand).

Subjects Australasian Antarctic Expedition, (1911-1914)  |  Antarctica.
Other authors/contributors Weber, Charles F . former owner

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