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The Case for Doctor Cook: Freeman, Andrew A
Freeman, Andrew A The Case for Doctor Cook
1961 Coward-McCann NY 1st, 8vo, pp.315, map, dark blue cloth; dj chipped top/bottom spine, edge wear, clipped, good+, cloth tight, vg+ #27623 $24.00
A scoop such as newspapermen seldom see appeared in the New York Herald of September 2, 1909. Extending across page one in three lines of towering type was the story that Dr. Frederick A. Cook, a Brooklyn physician, had reached the North Pole on April 21, 1908. Five days after that story appeared, a[read more]

Freeman, Lewis R. On the Roof of the Rockies: The Great Columbia Icefield of the Canadian Rockies
1925 Dodd, Mead NY 1st, 8vo, pp.xiii, 270, photo frontis, 62 bw photos, gold dec blue cloth; cloth spine faded, sticker mark bottom spine, good #25138 $24.00 $19.20
Account of a photographic surveying expedition. Neate F60. This book is from the Phil Hanson Collection. Phil's love of rock and ice climbing transcends to his collection of treasured books. He discovered his passion for the sport later in life, when Henry Barber gave a motivational speech at [read more]

Expedition au Gasherbrum II [Expedition to Gasherbrum II]: Frésafond, Jean-Pierre
signedFrésafond, Jean-Pierre Expedition au Gasherbrum II [Expedition to Gasherbrum II]
1977 De La Cité Paris 1st, 8vo, pp.192, 19 color photos, map, wraps; inscribed 31/12/79, near fine #13003 $37.00
Account of the 1975 French expedition to Gasherbrum II. The summit was reached, via the South Spur, by Marc Batard and Yannick Seigneur. In French, no English translation.[read more]

Round Kangchenjunga: A Narrative of Mountain Travel and Exploration: Freshfield, Douglas W.
Freshfield, Douglas W. Round Kangchenjunga: A Narrative of Mountain Travel and Exploration
2000 India 1st thus, 8vo, pp.xvi, 373, photo frontis, 41 bw photos, 1 bw fldg panorama, 1 sketch, 3 maps (2 fldg, 1 color), appendices, wraps; new. #24395 $35.95
Freshfield (1845-1934), a British barrister, mountaineer, writer, poet and geographer, was one of the greatest mountain explorers of any age. A prominent figure in the RGS, he is considered to be one of the most scholarly and sensitive mountain writers. This is a reprint edition of his classic wor[read more]

The Arctic Diary of Russell Williams Porter: Friis, Herman R., ed.
Friis, Herman R., ed. The Arctic Diary of Russell Williams Porter
1976 Univ Press of Virginia Charlottesville 1st, 4to, pp.xii, 172, color frontis, 4 color & 75 bw illus, 4 maps, blue cloth; dj w/ small pull top spine, light rubbing, near fine, cloth fine #25771 $39.00
Porter served as astronomer, scientist, surveyor and cartographer, and artist over the course of 18 years in the Arctic regions to Greenland, Franz Josef Land, northern British Columbia, and Labrador. He was with 10 Arctic expeditions from 1894 – 1912, journeying with Frederick Cook and Robert Pear[read more]

Mont Blanc and the Seven Valleys: Frison-Roche, R. & Pierre Tairraz
Frison-Roche, R. & Pierre Tairraz Mont Blanc and the Seven Valleys
1961 Arthaud Paris 1st, 8vo, pp.267, photo frontis, 169 bw photos, fldg map back, blue cloth; cloth very good, map w/ marker outline, very good #13570 $9.00 $7.65
A well-illustrated book on Mont Blanc and the surrounding valleys. See Neate F76. To see all of our Sale Items, click here.[read more]

First on the Rope: Frison-Roche, Roger
Frison-Roche, Roger First on the Rope
1952 Prentice-Hall NY Book Club, 8vo, pp.246, red cloth; bookplate Ex Libris Pete Schoening, dj chipped, worn, good, cloth vg+ #11507 $9.00
Fiction. The story of the struggles of a Swiss guide in the French Alps. From the collection of American mountaineer Pete Schoening with his circular bookplate. Neate X134.[read more]

A History of Mountain Climbing: Frison-Roche, Roger & Sylvain Jouty
Frison-Roche, Roger & Sylvain Jouty A History of Mountain Climbing
1996 Flammarion NY 1st, 4to, pp.335, 206 color & 169 bw photos, 58 color & 99 bw illus, 5 color maps, black cloth; dj chipped top right corner, pulled top spine, sticker on back, unclipped, near fine, cloth fine #25139 $35.00 $15.00
A profusely illustrated work focusing on the history of climbing in the Alps and other great mountain ranges. Includes biographies of 50 great climbers and a bibliography. To see all of our Sale Items, click here.[read more]

The Teton Peaks and Their Ascents: Fryxell, Fritiof
signedFryxell, Fritiof The Teton Peaks and Their Ascents
1932 Crandall Studios Wyoming 1st, small 8vo, pp.xiii, 106, photo frontis, 16 bw photos, fldg map loosely inserted, gold dec brown cloth; signed, cloth w/ light rubbing to corners, fine #22138 $295.00
A most important early book on the Tetons. Originally published in three parts in the journal ‘Appalachia’, then updated for this book format. This is the first book on technical climbing in the Tetons with a history of ascents and detailed route descriptions. The information within was obtained [read more]

Fryxell, Fritiof, ed The Tetons: Interpretations of a Mountain Landscape
1946 Univ California Press Berkeley 2nd, prtg, 8vo, pp.xiv, 77, photo frontis, 21 bw photos, 2 figs, fldg map, red cloth; dj w/ name on flap, near fine, cloth w/ bookplate, fine. #24063 $19.00
Published as a guide for visitors to the Grand Teton National Park.[read more]

The Crossing of Antarctica: The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-1958: Fuchs, Sir Vivian & Sir Edmund Hillary
signedFuchs, Sir Vivian & Sir Edmund Hillary The Crossing of Antarctica: The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-1958
1958 Cassell London 1st, 8vo, pp.338, color frontis, 30 color & 63 bw photos, 9 maps, appendices, map eps, blue cloth; signed Hillary, dj w/ small mark to spine, unclipped, else fine, cloth fine #9131 $125.00
Account of the first crossing of Antarctica, 2158 miles by motorized vehicle. Conrad p.394, Karrow 246, Meadows 393, Renard 567, Spence 490.[read more]

Fuchs, Sir Vivian & Sir Edmund Hillary The Crossing of Antarctica: The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-1958
1958 Little, Brown Boston, Toronto 1st, 8vo, pp.xv, 338, color frontis, 30 color & 63 bw photos, 9 maps, appendices, map eps, blue cloth; dj fine, cloth w/ bookplate, else fine #9132 $27.00
Account of first crossing of Antarctica, 2158 miles by motorized vehicle. Conrad p.394, Karrow 246, Meadows 393, Renard 568, Spence 490.[read more]

The Crossing of Antarctica: The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-1958: Fuchs, Sir Vivian & Sir Edmund Hillary
signedFuchs, Sir Vivian & Sir Edmund Hillary The Crossing of Antarctica: The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-1958
1958 Cassell London 1st, 8vo, pp.338, color frontis, 30 color & 63 bw photos, 9 maps, appendices, map eps, blue cloth; signed Hillary, dj top spine pulled, very good, cloth fine #26660 $125.00
Account of the first crossing of Antarctica, 2158 miles by motorized vehicle. Conrad p.394, Karrow 246, Meadows 393, Renard 567, Spence 490. This book is from the Fritz Lang Polar Collection. To see all current offerings from this Collection,
Antarctic Year: Brabant Island Expedition: Furse, Chris
Furse, Chris Antarctic Year: Brabant Island Expedition
1986 Croom Helm London 1st, 4to, pp.223, frontis, 48 color & 124 bw photos, 3 maps, appendices, map eps, blue cloth; dj lightly rubbed, unclipped, fine, cloth tight, fine #9134 $12.95
Month-by-month account of the Fifth Joint Services Expedition which spent 1984 studying and climbing Brabant Island off the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula.[read more]

Mountaineering: A Woman’s Guide: Gabbard, Andrea
Gabbard, Andrea Mountaineering: A Woman’s Guide
1999 US 1st, 8vo, pp.126, 63 bw photos, sketches, appendix, wraps; new #14262 $14.95 $11.95
Discusses alpine skills for women beginning with the author’s own climb of Rainier. Covers training, outfitting, safety, equipment, and techniques for high altitude climbing. To see all of our Sale Items, click here.[read more]

Denali Justice: Galbraith, Peter A.
Galbraith, Peter A. Denali Justice
2014 US 8vo, pp.xi, 307, bw photo, map, appendices, wraps; new #27524 $19.95
In mid-December, 1981, a small air taxi crashed at 10,300’ on the slopes of Mt. McKinley in Denali National Park, Alaska. All four people aboard survived the crash and the wreckage was quickly located. The weather was good the next morning but no rescuers landed nearby and no emergency supplies were[read more]

Glade, Moses Jack: Galgon, Barb & Greg Glade
Galgon, Barb & Greg Glade Glade, Moses Jack
Feb 11, 2008 Top of the World Press Hinesburg, VT Ltd ed, 4to, full color throughout, softbound; new #99998 $0.00
We are pleased to announce our new limited edition work. Comes with random language embedded sound file, no English translation, yet. Weighs 7 lbs 15 ozs.[read more]

Gallagher, Nora, ed Patagonia: Notes from the Field
1999 Chronicle Books SF 1st, 8vo, pp.144, photo frontis, 71 color & 2 bw photos, grey cloth; dj fine, cloth fine #25140 $15.00 $12.00
A nice collection of stories from the pages of Patagonia’s catalogue, with about a third previously unpublished. From the mountain community, contributors include Yvon Chouinard, Kitty Calhoun, Warren Hollinger, Ron Matous, Rick Ridgeway, Victor Saunders, and Mark Wilford. This book is from the [read more]

Climbing Ramabang.: One Irish Climber’s Explorations in the Himalaya and His Overland Trip Home: Galligan, Gerry
signedGalligan, Gerry Climbing Ramabang.: One Irish Climber’s Explorations in the Himalaya and His Overland Trip Home
2013 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.287, 37 color & 6 bw photos, appendices, 2 color maps, map eps, blue cloth; signed, dj & cloth new #26502 $39.95
Galligan's first book is a bold and expansive travel diary recounting his assembling of a small team of Irish mountaineers in 2008 and their attempts on unclimbed mountains and unexplored valleys in the remote corners of the Indian Himalaya. Getting there, the team see the hardships of the sub-conti[read more]

The Great Polar Fraud: Cook, Peary, and Byrd - How Three American Heroes Duped the World into Thinking They Had Reached the North Pole: Galvin, Anthony
Galvin, Anthony The Great Polar Fraud: Cook, Peary, and Byrd - How Three American Heroes Duped the World into Thinking They Had Reached the North Pole
2014 US 1st, 8vo, pp.xvi, 351, 23 bw photos, black cloth; dj & cloth new #26858 $24.95
In 1910 Roald Amundsen planned to reach the North Pole but received word that two Americans - Frederick Cook and Robert Peary - each claimed to have reached the pole ahead of him. Devastated, Amundsen secretly sailed south, becoming the first man to reach the South Pole, an accomplishment he conside[read more]

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