Maroon cloth. No jacket. 43 pp. An address by Theodore Roosevelt discussing biology and its evidence throughout history, recounting the dying off of some animals and the evolution and growth of others, reflecting on the changes in the animal world and its effects on the animals. Roosevelt applies this to the human race, contemplating the success and failures of various civilizations, including the Roman empire, the Mesopotamians, etc. GOOD condition, ex-theological library. Call numbers on the spine. Bookplate and pockets present in the interior, as well as some stamping throughout. Minor soiling, fading and edgewear to the covers. Minor staining/spotted discoloration to the rear cover. Ownership signature present. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Biological Analogies in History. The Romanes...
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1910. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Printed paper wraps, 45 pp., clean unmarked text, very good+ copy, slight soil/rubbing to wraps, small tears at tips/spine. Seller Inventory # 0028633
Book Description Oxford University Press (London), 1910. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. HC/No DJ - Burgundy cloth cloth with gilt titling with gilt border to cover/gilt lettering to spine. Small prev. owner sticker fep in top left corner approx. 1". Prev. owners name stamp rep. Pristine Interior. No markings. Tight binding. Straight spine. Gentle rubbing to corners on boards. 8vo. 43pp. --B.R. Box 56. Seller Inventory # 3445
Book Description Oxford University Press, American Branch; Henry Froude, New York & London, 1910. Hardcover. Condition: Very good. First American Edition. Octavo; pp. 43; red cloth, gilt; Previous owner's name on front free fly leaf; The Romanes Lecture, 1910. Delivered before the University of Oxford, June 7th, 1910. TR returning from Africa represented the United States at the funeral the King. He addressed Oxford with this interesting topic. An unusual TR piece. Seller Inventory # 13057