1909 History Of The Geological Society Of Glasgow 1858-1908 by peter Macnair
Vintage from the 1900s
Materials: paper, book binding, cloth hardcover
This is a 1908 first edition copy of History Of The Geological Society Of Glasgow 1958-1908 with Biographical Notices Of Prominent Members. This book was arranged and edited by Peter Macnair and Frederick Mort as Honorary Secretaries. Book was printed and produced in Glasgow By The Geological Society. Condition of book is near new. Book measures 9 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
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