Ancient Caves of the Great Salt Lake Region
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Author: Steward, Julian H. (1902-1972)
Publisher: Smithsonian Institution
Pub Date: 1937
Condition: 2 copies. Copy 1 (FL): Fair. Binding tight, but the photo section following page 131 feels like it might break at the hinge. It’s still tight, it just feels “sketchy”. Previous owner’s name written and stamped on front cover corner. Foot of spine chipped, missing approx. 1/2″ of the spine cover, exposing signatures. Lower rear cover corner has a slight bend that extends through the last few pages (the photo section). Copy 2: Fair. Ex-library. Binding tight. No tears. Two previous owners. First previous owner a college library, with their stamps and markings on front cover. Second previous owner’s stamp on title page and upper text block. Lower front cover corner has a very small bend, but that extends through the first 4 pages of text. Wrinkling to front cover at spine edge.
Notes: Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin # 116. Human habitation of caves in the Great Salt Lake region, AFTER the last recession of Lake Bonneville (15-40,000 years ago).
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