SCIENCE, October 15, 1886. Volume VIII. No. 193

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Articles by Famous Americans in Letters to the Editor: J. E. OLIVER: Education and the cost of living; H. CARVILL LEWIS: The genesis of the diamond; WILLIAM NORTH RICE: The eccentricity theory of the glacial period; H. W. WILEY: Unexplained noises; and EDWARD S. HOLDEN: How astronomers may work. Other articles:"The mounting of Mungo"( African elephant) with 4 illustrations; " A few words about pavements"(Fifth Ave, New York) with 4 illustrations; and "Washington's signature" with 8 different "examples". ex.mus.numbers on front cover. mildly soiled. watermark at top corner of front/back cover -not inside. thin watermark at spine hinge. small chipping around bottom/side edges. Overall covers are Good. Interior is tight, clean and VG.

Title: SCIENCE, October 15, 1886. Volume VIII. No. 193

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Illustrator: Etchings

Categories: Famous Americans, Geology, New York, Fauna/Mammals, American Presidents, Mineralogy, Astronomy, Education, Engineering, Science Magazines/Journals, Africa, Gems,

Publisher: New York, The Science Company: 1886

Binding: Wraps

Book Condition: Good

Type: Science

Size: Size: Approx. 7 1/4" x 10 1/4"

Seller ID: 003657

Keywords: J.E. Oliver, H. Carvill Lewis, Diamond, William North Rice, Glacial Period, H. W. Wiley, Noices, Edward S. Holden, Astronomers, Taxidermist, Mungo, Pavements, Fifth Ave New York, George Washington,