New York: Doubleday, Page, 1907. Hardcover.
Although the ship reached a high latitude of Ellesmere Island, the expedition was played by an epidemic (probably from diseased whale meat). After advance parties prepared the way, Peary was stopped at 84 Deg 30 min. by a blizzard. After sending back the advance parties Henson and Peary pressed on. Whether they established a new record as they claimed was debated.
Green cloth binding with raised decoration to front panel. Top edge gilt a bit dulled. The bindings are tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate shelf handling wear. Both fold-out maps at rear of binding are present. With ninety-five photographs by the author, and a frontispiece in colour by Albert Operti. Royal Ocatvo; 4to; 10.25 inches tall; 411 pages with an index. Gift inscription in Year of Publication. First Edition, First
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