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Wednesday, May 03, 2006
EDGE OF THE JUNGLE by William Beebe

A Book of Essays written by the Director of the Tropical Research Station of the New York Zoological Society. Located at Kartabo, at the junction of the Cuyuni and Mazaruni Rivers, in British Guiana. 1920. Dedicated: "To The Birds And Butterflies, The Ants And Tree-Frogs Who Have Tolerated Me In Their Jungle Ante-Chambers I Offer This Volume Of Friendly Words." Quite A Wonderful Book!

Book is HB/DJ, 303 pages, DJ Spine is taped on, name and inscription on fep, some foxing overall Very Good Condition.

(Courtesy of Ebay)