THE SHELL BOOK: A POPULAR GUIDE TO A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FAMILIES OF LIVING MOLLUSKS, AND AN AID TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF SHELLS NATIVE AND FOREIGN. Julia E. ROGERS.
THE SHELL BOOK: A POPULAR GUIDE TO A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FAMILIES OF LIVING MOLLUSKS, AND AN AID TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF SHELLS NATIVE AND FOREIGN.
THE SHELL BOOK: A POPULAR GUIDE TO A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FAMILIES OF LIVING MOLLUSKS, AND AN AID TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF SHELLS NATIVE AND FOREIGN.
THE SHELL BOOK: A POPULAR GUIDE TO A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FAMILIES OF LIVING MOLLUSKS, AND AN AID TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF SHELLS NATIVE AND FOREIGN.
THE SHELL BOOK: A POPULAR GUIDE TO A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FAMILIES OF LIVING MOLLUSKS, AND AN AID TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF SHELLS NATIVE AND FOREIGN.

THE SHELL BOOK: A POPULAR GUIDE TO A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FAMILIES OF LIVING MOLLUSKS, AND AN AID TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF SHELLS NATIVE AND FOREIGN.

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1934. Eight Plates In Color and 96 In Black & White, Mostly From Photographs By A.R. Dugmore. Later Edition. Lengthy signed presentation from Rogers on the front endpaper: “From Marian G. Gray to Jeanne and Eddie Jennings- on Christmas, 1935. The author adds her hope that this book may help to make the sea beach more fascinating, and life more full of joy. Julia Ellen Rogers.” Julia Ellen Rogers [1866–1958) was an American author and educator in various fields of natural history and science. Rogers worked as a lecturer and wrote books on natural history. Her works were popular and some of her books were reprinted several times. While her books were targeted for the general reader, some of her statements were criticized as being unscientific. Tall thick 8vo., green cloth, stamped in gilt; 485 pages. Item #57545

Very Good (covers bright with little wear; contents clean & tight).

Price: $100.00

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