The Pacific Monthly, Volume 23, January-June 1910
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B. D. H. Stearns. 1910. First edition. Trade paperbacks bound in beige cloth over boards. Gilt title on spine. Very Good. slight soiling on binder, interior near fine. Original covers were removed when then library bound the issues together and are not included. Includes excerpts from Jack London's, The Cruise of the Snark and inlcudes photos from London's travels in the Pacific Islands. Articles include: The House of the Sun (Pacific Monthly, pages 1-11, 11 photographs). His visit to Hawaii. A Pacific Traverse (Pacific Monthly, pages 163-174, 13 photographs). Travel across the Pacific to Nuku Hiva island. Typee (Pacific Monthly, pages 267-281, 15 photographs). More on Nuku Hiva ("Typee") island. The Stone-Fishing of Bora Bora: The "Snark in the Society Islands (Pacific Monthly, pages 334-346, 23 photographs). French Polynesia The Amateur Navigator (Pacific Monthly, pages 493-508, 14 photographs). Tahiti and Fiji. Cruising in the Solomons (Pacific Monthly, pages 559-6026, 13 photograph. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001279802
Title: The Pacific Monthly, Volume 23, January-June...
Publisher: The Pacific Monthly
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Very Good
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