SCIENCE, August 17, 1883. No. 28

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Articles:The Igloo of the Innuit. -I; On the Development of the Pituitary Body in Petromyzon, and the Significance of that Organ in other Types with 6 illustrations; The Weather in June, 1883 with map, table and ice chart for 1883; The Fall of a Balloon (hot air) with 6 illustrations; Some Unsolved Problems in Geology by Dr. J. W. Dawson; plus Weekly Summary of the Progress of Science with "reports" in Chemistry, Agriculture (with table), Meteorology, Geography, and Zoology with illustration of a Restoration of Brontosaurus. pp.181-210. Front wrap advertisement for The Revere Rubber Co. ex.-mus. stamp and numbers at top margin. mildly soiled with chipping around edges. Overall exterior is Good to Good+. Interior pages slightly brownish age-toned around edges, otherwise interior is tight, clean and Very Good.

Title: SCIENCE, August 17, 1883. No. 28

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Illustrator: Figures (line drawings), Map, Chart

Categories: Geology, Meteorology, Ichthyology, Alaska, Zoology, Science Magazines/Journals,

Publisher: Cambridge, Science Company: 1883

Binding: Wraps

Book Condition: Good to Good+

Type: Science

Size: Size: Approx. 7 1/2" x 10 1/2"

Seller ID: 003355

Keywords: Igloo of the Innuit, Alaska, Hot Air Balloon, Pituitary Body in Petromyzon, Geology, J.W. Dawson, Brontosaurus,