Sale 19JJ01 | Lot 23

[ALASKA] BROWNE, BELMORE. The Conquest of Mount McKinley: the Story of Three Expeditions through the Alaskan Wilderness to Mount McKinley, North America's Highest and Most Inaccessible Mountain.

Catalogue: Americana from the Library of Arnold "Jake" Johnson
[ALASKA]  BROWNE, BELMORE. The Conquest of Mount McKinley: the Story of Three Expeditions through the Alaskan Wilderness to Mount McKinley, North America's Highest and Most Inaccessible Mountain.

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Lot 23
[ALASKA] BROWNE, BELMORE. The Conquest of Mount McKinley: the Story of Three Expeditions through the Alaskan Wilderness to Mount McKinley, North America's Highest and Most Inaccessible Mountain.
New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1913. First edition. Publisher's cloth. Plates. Binding somewhat rubbed and frayed.
Brown was part of three expeditions to the Denali, including that of Frederick Cook. Arctic Bibliography 2340; Neate B191; Tourville 699; Wickersham 4893.


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Estimate: $60 - $80
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Estimate: $60 - $80
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Americana from the Library of Arnold "Jake" Johnson

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