by London, Charmian Kittredge, Eliza London Shepard [association copy]
New York: Macmillan, 1925. Hardcover. ix, 487p., frontis-photo, illustrated with plates from b&w photos of the journey, lengthy personal inscription to Wanda Lippincott signed by Jack London's sister Eliza London Shepard dated July 27, 1932, newsclippiings relating to the death of Osa and Martin Johnson who accompanied London on the cruise of the Snark and went on to fame and adventure with his wife Osa Johnson, also a clipping about a fundraiser at Wake Robin attended by Wanda Lippincott of Santa Rosa, a piece of the dj, other clippings, mild foxing and musty scent otherwise good third printing May, 1925 in original shelfworn blue cloth decorated and titled in gilt, all faded. (Inventory #: 208939)
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