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CORNISH, VAUGHAN: - The travels of Ellen Cornish. Being the memoir of a pilgrim of science. London 1913.

. Wide 8vo. Pp. iii- xvi, 294, (2). With 4 maps or plans and 65 plates (of which many full page) from photographs by the author. Original cloth, lettered in gilt. A narrative written by Ellen Cornish's husband after her death. It deals with their travels to Japan (Kobe, Kyoto, Tokyo, Yokohama, Nikko); the Niagara Falls; the Panama Canal; and their visits to Jamaica. The principal object of the travels was to study the phenomena of surface waves of the atmosphere, hydroshpere, and lithosphere.
EUR 100.00 [Appr.: US$ 120.62 | £UK 86.5 | JP¥ 12920] Booknumber: 99017

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