The Secret of Mary Celeste and Other Sea Fare
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Bradford offers his solution to the mystery of what happened to the crew of the merchant brigantine 'Mary Celeste,' which was found abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean in 1872, and provides documentation and explanation of his theory of a waterspout. The second half of the book contains short stories and sea lore, as well as the author's own anecdotes. Same date on copyright and title page. Ivory cloth with gilt spine titling. 96 pages. Drawn illustrations by Harold Durand White. Minor shelfwear and a tiny chip on the top of the back of the dust-jacket. Front flap with date of authors death in ink. Author's inscription on title page. No other dates or editions specified, clean, unread pages. Size: 6" - 9" 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 272413
Title: The Secret of Mary Celeste and Other Sea ...
Publisher: Barre Publishing Company, New York
Publication Date: 1966
Illustrator: Harold White
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: very good
Signed: inscribed by author
Book Type: book
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