Worst Weather on Earth, a History of the Mount Washington Observatory
by Putnam, William Lowell
Gorham: (1991): Mount Washington Observatory, Inc. First Edition. Octavo. Inscribed By Author. 265pp., index. Illustrated. Mount Washington rises 6,288 feet above sea level, one of the highest elevations in the eastern United States. It is subject to some of the fiercest weather patterns in the world. This book chronicles the social and scientific milieu of those who have recorded the weather on the mountain for over one hundred years. Bound in black cloth lettered in blind, spine lettering silver. A very good copy in good dust jacket with a few clear tape repairs to corners and spine ends.
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