London: W. J. Ham-Smith, 1913.
First edition. 65 illustrations and plates, 4 maps, 293 (2)pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed copy by the Author. Bound in three-quarter bound in red morocco over marbled paper boards, spliced spine with black label onlay. Bookplate of W. A. Foster. Inscribed to Mrs. H. R. Rathbone with the author's kind regards, Sept. 1923 on the front endleaf. Bookbinders label of Atkinsons Salisbury inside back board. Fine. Item #318601
Published after her death by her husband Vaughan Cornish (1862-1948), Ellen Cornish (1854-1911) was a geographer who traveled with Vaughan to Jamaica, Japan, and Panama, documenting water and rock formations as well as other natural occurences in landscape.
Inscribed to Mrs. H. R. Rathbone with the author's kind regards, Sept. 1923 on the ffep.
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