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MAPS for (1910) REPORT OF THE CHIEF ASTRONOMER FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1910, Geology of the North American Cordillera at the 49th Parallel, Volume 4-MAPS ONLY.
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MAPS for (1910) REPORT OF THE CHIEF ASTRONOMER FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1910, Geology of the North American Cordillera at the 49th Parallel, Volume 4-MAPS ONLY.

By Daly, Reginald Aldworth, et al.

Ottawa: Printed for J. De L. Tach, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1913. Illustrated by 17 maps in color and 2 of the fold-out plates (72 and 73), eratta slip and pastedown key index and map. First edition. Department of the Interior. Burgundy cloth, gilt print spine folder with cotton tie ribbon, map and index on each paste down. 8vo. Very Good/No jacket. Faint rubber stamps of the Dudley Observatory. Original box missing side piece and walls but adapted to a folder binding with cord ties in side holding the maps in a plastic storage bag. Light wear to folder, maps near fine (unopened)..

$100.00

ARCHIVES DU MUSEE TEYLER: SŽrie II, Vol. IV, Quartrime Partie.

By LoriŽ, J.

Haarlem: Les HŽritiers Loosjes, 1895. Illustrated by 2 coloured pull-out maps, 1 pull-out plate. First edition. SŽrie II, Vol. IV index laid-in with binding sheet (if all Volume IV purchased). Original printed wraps, uncut & unopened. 4to. pp. [xii], 165-309, [planches]. Very Good. Cover chipped and soiled, internally VG, most sections unopened. Text in Dutch and French. Includes: (Programms 1895), Contributions ˆ la GŽologie Des Pays-Bas VI. Les Hautes Tourbrires au Nord du Rhin..

$20.00

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF WYOMING, Bulletin No. 50, Mineral Sources of Wyoming [and] Geologic and Water-Supply Reports and Maps, The.
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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF WYOMING, Bulletin No. 50, Mineral Sources of Wyoming [and] Geologic and Water-Supply Reports and Maps, The.

By Osterwald, Frank W. and Doris B., Joseph S. Long Jr., William H. Wilson.

Laramie, WY: University of Wyoming, 1966. Illustrated by several maps and charts. First edition. 2 volumes. Blue printed wraps [and] single stapled sheets. 8vo. pp. vi, 287; 23. Near Fine. Foreword by Horance D. Thomas, State Geologist. Includes scarce 23 page insert usually missing from No. 50 (bottom of scan is trimmed)..

$35.00

JARDFRAEDIKORT, Nagrenni Reykjavikur.
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JARDFRAEDIKORT, Nagrenni Reykjavikur.

By Tryggvason, Tomas og Jon Jonsson.

Reykjavik: Idnadardeildar Atvinnudeildar Haskolans og Skrifstofu baejarverkfraedings, 1958. Illustrated by color. First edition. Scale 1:40,000. Folding map in blue card folder. 54x76cm. pp. [2]. Near Fine. Geological map in the vicinity of Reykjavik, legend in English and Icelandic and issued by Industry Division Career Schools and Offices of the Town Engineer..

$15.00

LASANIUS AND THE PROBLEM OF VERTEBRATE ORIGIN. Reprinted for private circulation from The Journal of Geology, Vol. 35, No. 3, Apr-May 1927
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LASANIUS AND THE PROBLEM OF VERTEBRATE ORIGIN. Reprinted for private circulation from The Journal of Geology, Vol. 35, No. 3, Apr-May 1927

By Stetson, Henry C.

Illustrated by 5 figures. Offprint edition. Stapled wraps in original olive printed card cover. Inscribed by "with the compliments of H.C. Stetson" on front cover (some missing in chipped corner). 8vo (24cm). pp. 247-263. Good. Cover corner chip, bottom corner has old rounded fold throughout; short edge tears internally with several notes by and copy of W. E. Schevill, Cambridge (stamp and signature) and his number 95 on cover. Material collected from the Scottish Downtonian, summer 1926. Important anatomical reconstruction "to approach nearer than ever before to the connecting link between the vertebrates and the invertebrates" in conjunction with Scottish branch H. M. Geological Survey..

$50.00

MINERAL RESOURCES OF ALASKA: Report on Progress of Investigation in 1911. Bulletin 520
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MINERAL RESOURCES OF ALASKA: Report on Progress of Investigation in 1911. Bulletin 520

By Brooks, Alfred H. (Hulse) 1871-1924 and others.

Washington, DC: GPO, 1912. Illustrated by 15 folding plates (collated), text tables. First edition. Department of the Interior. United States Geological Survey. George Otis Smith, Director. Printed gray speckled stitched wraps. 8vo. pp. 360. About Very Good/Ex-Lib. Withdrawn and embossed stamps of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) Library, Harvard to cover with large chip matching title page (no significant text loss). Archival repairs to spine and cover. Plates near fine, rear pocket torn, one page repair p.71-2, beginning and end pages are a bit edge chipped (facing chipped covers). Brooks served on six major Alaskan expeditions 1899-1911, was Chief geologist Alaska (1903-24) then Alaskan branch head USGS. He wrote detailed reports on Alaskan minerals every year from 1904-16, [3 years as geologist with AEF in France, WWI], then from 1919-23. [Brooks Range was discovered by and named for him]..

$30.00

GEOLOGY OF THE BOSTON AREA MASSACHUSETTS. Geological Survey Bulletin 839
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GEOLOGY OF THE BOSTON AREA MASSACHUSETTS. Geological Survey Bulletin 839

By LaForge, Laurence 1871-19.

Washington, DC: GPO, 1932. Illustrated by 13 plates (3 folding) and 6 figures in text. Rear pocket has explanation of plates 1, 2, 5 and errata only (missing plates I & II. First edition. Department of the Interior. United States Geological Survey. W. C. Mendenhall, Director. Stapled wraps, blue printed card cover. 8vo. pp. 105. Bibliography, Index. Very Good. Toned cover with rear chips, archival spine reinforcement; internally very good+, some depression marks on pages facing folding plates. Professor at Tufts at the time, often quoted by the press on local topography Missing plates I and II from rear pocket..

$30.00

ELEMENTE DER LITHOLOGIE fŸr Studirende bearbeitet.
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ELEMENTE DER LITHOLOGIE fŸr Studirende bearbeitet.

By Kalkowsky Dr. Ernst [Louis] 1851-1938.

Heidelberg: Carl Winter's Univers., 1886. First edition. Cloth backed marbled boards. 8vo. pp. viii, 316. Register. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. Library of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ, Harvard) Deposited by Alex. Agassiz No. 11, 450, Nov. 27, 1885 bookplate and withdrawn stamp, paper label and one embossed stamp only flaws. In three parts: general, Anogene and Katogene Rocks. German geologist and originator of the the term stromatolites, with two references in the index of this volume to Strom and Stromschlick (stream and current). The International Kalkowsky Symposiums are held periodically in Germany (Geobiology of Stromatolites)..

$75.00

Structural Geology and Volcanism of Owens Valley Region, CALIFORNIA - A GEOPHYSICAL STUDY. Geological Survey Professional Paper 438

By Pakiser, L. C., M. F. Kane and W. H. Jackson.

Washington, DC: GPO, 1964. Illustrated by twenty text figures and five folded inserts in rear envelope: Plate 2 (3 of 3 color maps), Plate 2 and Profile 5 South of Bishop. First edition. Stapled gray printed pamphlet. 4to. pp. 68. Index. Very Good/As New inserts. Light cover soil and toning; text has depressed to rear envelope (corrected with storage inserts); no ownership..

$45.00

Gold Quartz Veins of Grass Valley, California. Geological Survey Professional Paper 194, The.

By Johnston Jr., W. D. (William Drumm) 1899-1972.

Washington, DC: GPO, 1940. Illustrated by 69 text figures (line drawings, maps and b&w photos) and 39 plates (12 folding in text, 5 color folding in rear envelope), collated and complete. First edition. United States Department of the Interior. Stapled gray printed pamphlet with reinforced backing, gloss paper. 4to. pp. 101, [1] blank. Index. Very Good+/Ex-Lib/Fine folding plates and inserts. Traces of cover soil and toning with author last name in ink; text has depressed to rear envelope (corrected with storage inserts); interesting custom bookplate of Grooves Middulburger; one perforated library stamp and one series of numbers..

$85.00

JURASSIC AMMONITE FAUNA OF CUBA. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. XLII, Art. XCI, The.
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JURASSIC AMMONITE FAUNA OF CUBA. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. XLII, Art. XCI, The.

By O'Connell, Marjorie, Ph.D.

New York., December 14, 1920. Illustrated by 8 Figures, 8 tables, 3 b&w plates with multiple figures. Reprint thus edition. Grey printed wraps, uncut. 8vo. pp. 643-692. Bibliography. Very Good+. From the library of William E. Schevill (cover last name and "701", signature on title). Heel chip to cover and rear corner (spine reinforced with Filmplast-P), internally fine..

$20.00

SEASONAL RECORDS OF GEOLOGIC TIME, Reprinted from Natural History, July-August 1923
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SEASONAL RECORDS OF GEOLOGIC TIME, Reprinted from Natural History, July-August 1923

By Reeds, Chester A., b.1883.

New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1923. Illustrated by b&w text photos line drawings, maps, charts and cross-sections. Reprint edition. Illustrated tan wraps. Super Royal 8vo. pp. 10. Good. From the library of William E. Schevill (signature ffep) and "87" near spine on toned cover with short joint tears, one chip to last page near joint tear..

$20.00

Shelburne and South Bend Meteorites. Field Columbian Museum Publication 100, Geological Series, Vol. III, No. 2, The.
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Shelburne and South Bend Meteorites. Field Columbian Museum Publication 100, Geological Series, Vol. III, No. 2, The.

By Farrington, Oliver Cummings, Ph.D., 1864-1933.

Chicago: Columbian Field Museum, February 1, 906. Illustrated by Two text figures (photograph and line drawing), 13 plates (11 meteorites, 2 maps). Original gray printed wraps in cloth backed marble board folder. pp. [ii], 7-23, [1] blank, [Plates v-xviii], [4] blank. Near Fine/Very Good/Ex-Lib. Library withdrawn bookplate to folder pastedown, small ink stamp and pen numbers to cover, embossed stamp to cover and title, one repaired page tear. Scarce, nicely preserved work..

$100.00

On the Middle and Upper Ordovician Faunas of Northern Greenland: I. Cephalopods, with 17 figures in the text, 65 plates to follow.

By Troedsson, Gustaf T. (Timoteus) 1891-1954.

Kobenhavn: Bianco Lunos Bogtrykkeri, 1926. First thus edition. Jubilaeumsekspeditionen Nord om Gronland 1920-23, Nr.1. Saertryk Af Meddelelser om Gronland, LXXI. Stitched wraps, gray card cover. Signed by "with the compliments of Gustaf T. Troedssen" front cover. Cr.4to (28cm). pp. 157. Very Good/Ex-Lib. Copy of William E. Schevill (his collection "388" number and ink last name front cover, W.E. Schevill signature to title). Cover and overall page toning, small head chip. Descriptions of faunas in this volume with explanation of the 65 plates (Note: No Plates which were published separately as Part II in 1928)..

$35.00

GEOLOGY OF NORTH AMERICA: Volume I, Introductory Chapters and Geology of the Stable Areas with 14 Plates and 53 Text Figures.
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GEOLOGY OF NORTH AMERICA: Volume I, Introductory Chapters and Geology of the Stable Areas with 14 Plates and 53 Text Figures.

By Ruedemann, Rudolph "1927-1935" and Robert Balk "1936-1939", EDS.

Berlin: Gebruder Borntraeger, 1939. Edited by Dr. Erich Krenkel, Leipzig. Illustrated by [8 pullout plates, b&w photographs, maps, line drawings and charts]. First edition. Geologie der Erde. Pieced navy cloth over red backing, navy eps. Super Royal 8vo (26cm). pp. 643, [5] Ads. About Very Good/No jacket, as issued/Ex-Lib. University bookplates (withdrawn), embossed stamp to pullouts, several ink stamps. Fray-check (weaver's trick) applied to worn corners and edges; one short joint tear; overall page toning and only one misfiled pullout (corrected), slight fore-edge wave. Multi contributor (geologists and USGS) for German series title published in English, total of 3 volumes initially planned. This Volume I covers the stable areas of North America (Greenland, Arctic archipelago, Canadian Shield), central, and southwestern Lowlands (general area of the Mississippi Valley), and Atlantic and Gulf coastal plains. [The planned Volume 2 is actually: The North American cordillera and the Caribbean region, by a. C. Waters and Hollis D. Hedberg, 1939; the planned Volume 3 was issued as Die Geologie Mittelamerikas 1961, with a Supplement in 1970 (both in German) and later as The Geology of Central America by Richard Weyl in a revised second edition 1980 in English]. Oversize..

$50.00

GEOLOGY OF NEW YORK CITY AND VICINITY, Guide Leaflet Series No. 56
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GEOLOGY OF NEW YORK CITY AND VICINITY, Guide Leaflet Series No. 56

By Reeds, Chester A., 1883-19.

New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1925. Illustrated by Manhattan Schist cover, b&w frontis and text photos line drawings, maps, charts and cross-sections. [Second] edition. c.1922. Illustrated tan wraps. Super Royal 8vo. pp. 21. Very Good. From the library of William E. Schevill (ink last name and signature ffep) with red offset and "88" near spine on toned cover with top corner bump. Foxed clipping from Boston Herald March 18, 1929 entitled "Say Volcano Once Seethed in Bronx - Geologists Find Indications of Lava in Strata Examined After Blasting"..

$25.00

CARBONIFEROUS CEPHALOPODS. Geological Survey of Texas from Second Annual Report, 1890

By Hyatt, Alpheus 1838-1902.

Austin: State Printing Office, 1891. Illustrated by B&w text figures. Reprint edition. Clay printed card wraps. Royal 8vo (26cm). pp. [ii], 329-356. Good. Copy of W. E. Schevill (ink number and name on chipped cover; ink signature and date ffep), short top edge tears..

$25.00

Geology of the Shepaug Aqueduct Tunnel, Litchfield County, Connecticut with a chapter by Robert A Cairns, C.E. State Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin No. 40, The.

By Agar, William MacDonough Ph.D.

Hartford: Published by the State, 1927. Illustrated by 2 color pullout maps (Geological and Profile of tunnel), 8 b&w plates, text maps and cross sections. First edition. Original printed wraps, backed in black cloth. 8vo (23cm). pp. 38, [8] plates, [6] list of 40 bulletins, [2] catalog slips. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. Pen numbers and embossed stamp to cover; date stamp to cover and survey title. Internally fine text, pullouts and plates..

$15.00

GEOLOGY AND PETROGRPHY OF CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK, The.

By Diller, Joseph Silas and Horace Bushnell Patton.

Washington, DC: GPO, 1902. Illustrated by 19 indexed plates of color maps and figures, text charts and drawings. First edition. Professional Paper No. 3 (Series: Descriptive Geology, Petrography and Minerology). Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey. Original printed wraps and cover bound in cloth backed marbled boards. 4to (30,5cm). pp. 167, [4] ads. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. Withdrawn plate of Harvard University Library of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) gift of William Morris Davis, March 1, 1904 to front board pastedown, chips to boards, internally near fine original report..

$150.00

SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION IN 1909 OF THE FIGURE OF THE EARTH AND ISOSTASY.

By Hayford, John F.

Washington, DC: GPO, 1910. Illustrated by 6 folding maps (1 in text, 2-6 in rear pocket), text charts and tables. First edition. Department of Commerce and Labor Coast and Geodetic Survey. Burgundy cloth. 4to. pp. 80. Near Fine/No jacket, as issued/Ex-Lib. Bookplate remnant stamped withdrawn only flaw, internally fine with folding maps as new. This separately published title followed the 1909 "The Figure of the Earth and Isostasy from Measurements Taken in the United States"..

$50.00

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