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$145 A NATURALIST AT THE POLES, The life, work and voyages of Dr W S Bruce - the polar explorer - R Rudmose Brown with 5 chapters by WG Burn Murdoch, Seeley service, London, 1st edn, 1923,

A NATURALIST AT THE POLES, The life, work and voyages of Dr W S Bruce - the polar explorer - R Rudmose Brown with 5 chapters by WG Burn Murdoch, Seeley service, London, 1st edn, 1923, 300 page hardback in original black cloth with blue titles & decoration on cover - ex-lib with stamps, new endpapers, foxing, Biography of William Spiers Bruce, naturalist, polar scientist and oceanographer who organized and led the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition (SNAE, 1902-04) to the South Orkney Islands and the Weddell Sea, establishing the first permanent weather station in Antarctica. Also worked in Svalbard and Franz Josef land - quite scarce even as ex-lib, priced accordingly - $145

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A NATURALIST AT THE POLES, The life, work and voyages of Dr W S Bruce - the polar explorer - R Rudmose Brown with 5 chapters by WG Burn Murdoch, Seeley service, London, 1st edn, 1923, 300 page hardback in original black cloth with blue titles & decoration on cover - ex-lib with stamps, new endpapers, foxing, Biography of William Spiers Bruce, naturalist, polar scientist and oceanographer who organized and led the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition (SNAE, 1902-04) to the South Orkney Islands and the Weddell Sea, establishing the first permanent weather station in Antarctica. Also worked in Svalbard and Franz Josef land - quite scarce even as ex-lib, priced accordingly - $145