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Edward Wilson of the Antarctic; naturalist and friend, by George Seaver; with an introduction by Apsley Cherry-Garrard
Bib ID 1086049
Format BookBook
Author
Seaver, George, 1890-1976
 
Description New York, Transatlantic Arts, 1933 
xxxiv, 301 p. col. front., plates (part col.) maps (1 fold.) facsims. 22 cm. 
Subjects Wilson, Edward A. (Edward Adrian), 1872-1912.  |  Scientific expeditions.  |  Antarctica.
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