To Galapagos on the Ara 1926: the events of a pleasure-cruise to the Galapagos Islands and a classification of a few rare aquatic findings, including two specimens of a new species of shark never caught before and here described for the first time. William K. Vanderbilt.
To Galapagos on the Ara 1926: the events of a pleasure-cruise to the Galapagos Islands and a classification of a few rare aquatic findings, including two specimens of a new species of shark never caught before and here described for the first time
To Galapagos on the Ara 1926: the events of a pleasure-cruise to the Galapagos Islands and a classification of a few rare aquatic findings, including two specimens of a new species of shark never caught before and here described for the first time

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To Galapagos on the Ara 1926: the events of a pleasure-cruise to the Galapagos Islands and a classification of a few rare aquatic findings, including two specimens of a new species of shark never caught before and here described for the first time.

Mt. Vernon NY: Privately printed by William Edwin Rudge, 1927.

Number 789 of an edition of 900. With 30 color plates of fish by William E. Belanske, folding map and numerous photographic illustrations. xv, [i], 161, [1]pp. 1 vols. Lg 4to. Original Condition. Blue-green cloth, t.e.g., Very fine copy in original green dust jacket and original box. Item #311405

A fascinating account of this social and scientific expedition, and a monumental example of fine book production.

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