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Three Items Related to the Antarctic Exploration During the International Geophysical Year 1956-57

Antarctica); Neuberg, Hugo, et al

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Collection of three publications from the library of John B. Brown, a member of the Antarctic exploration conducted during the International Geophysical Year. There is a peak (Brown's Nunatak) as well as Brown Strait named in his honor. 1. Special Report Prepared by the National Academy of Sciences for the Committee on Appropriations of the United States Senate (Washington: GPO 1956) 27 pps. in printed wrappers, with folding map. Wrapper detached but present. 2. The Filchner Ice Shelf by H.A.C. Nueberg et al. Offprint from the Annals of the Association of American Geographers (June 1959). Brown printed wrappers, 10 pps. Illustrated with maps and photos. A few small notations by Brown indicating the peak and the strait named after him, including the latitude and longitude of Brown's Nanataks. Near fine. 3. Bulletin of the U.S. Antarctic Projects Officer--Final Issue. (Vol. VI Number 7, Summer 1965) 159 pps. , stapled binding. Illustrated with photos, charts and maps. Inscribed to Brown on the front cover by Hugo Neuberg, a leading member of the I.G.Y explorations. Lightly toned about the edges. Brown's ownership signature appears on the first two pieces. Bookseller Inventory # E2983B

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