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Gos, Charles Alpine Tragedy
1948 Allen & Unwin London 1st, 8vo, pp.x, 282, (32), 35 bw photos, 6 maps, blue cloth; dj chipped top bottom spine, good, cloth near fine #23192 $15.00
Gos, a Swiss writer and mountaineer, recounts 27 well-known nineteenth century Alpine accidents. Neate G36.[read more]

Graham, Alec & Jim Wilson Uncle Alec and the Grahams of Franz Josef
1983 McIndoe Dunedin 1st, 8vo, pp.224, 38 bw photos, sketch, 6 maps, orange cloth; dj fine, cloth fine. #22480 $49.00
Graham (1881-1957) was one of the leading alpine guides in New Zealand’s Mount Cook region. His memoirs, comprising Part 1 of this book, were completed just prior to his death. Part 2, by Wilson, was completed more recently. From the collection of American mountaineer Richard Irvin with his signa[read more]

Graham, Peter Peter Graham: Mountain Guide: An Autobiography
1973 Reed Wellington 2nd, 8vo, pp.xiv, 245, map frontis, 35 bw photos, appendix, map eps, blue cloth; dj rubbed, vg, cloth w/ name, near fine. #22928 $65.00
Graham was a leading New Zealand guide for over 30 years who made a number of first ascents and was with Du Faur on many of her trips. Neate G42.[read more]

The Norwegian with Scott: Tryggve Gran's Antarctic Diary 1910-1913: Gran, Tryggve
Gran, Tryggve The Norwegian with Scott: Tryggve Gran's Antarctic Diary 1910-1913
1984 HMSO London 1st ed in English, 8vo, pp.258, 24 bw photos, map frontis, map eps, blue cloth; dj slightly wrinkled on back (not uncommon), unclipped, else fine, cloth tight, fine #9150 $34.95
Tryggve Gran (1889-1980) was the youngest member of Capt. Robert Scott’s British Antarctic Expedition (1910-13). He joined as a ski expert and was the last survivor. His diary was first published in Norwegian in 1915. This first English translation of Gran’s diary, by his daughter, includes addition[read more]

The White Darkness: Grann, David
Grann, David The White Darkness
2018 US 1st, small 8vo, pp.147, 36 color & 18 bw photos, map, photo eps, white cloth; dj & cloth new #27446 $19.95
Grann tells the remarkable story of Henry Worsley - devoted husband, father and a decorated British special forces officer who believed in honor and sacrifice. He was also a man obsessed. He spent his life idolizing Ernest Shackleton, the nineteenth-century polar explorer, who tried to become the fi[read more]

Graziosi, Paolo Prehistoric Research in Northwestern Punjab – Anthropological Research in Chitral
1964 Brill Leiden 1st, 4to, pp.viii, 249, 152 bw plates, map, green cloth; bookplate of The Explorers Club presented by Ardito Desio, cloth vg+. #20060 $45.00
This is Part V. volume 1, of the Scientific Reports from Ardito Desio’s Italian Expeditions to the Karakorum and Hindu Kush.[read more]

Because It's There: The Life of George Mallory: Green, Dudley
Green, Dudley Because It's There: The Life of George Mallory
2005 UK 1st, 8vo, pp.192, 61 bw photos, map, black cloth; dj & cloth new #24504 $35.00
This new and updated edition of Green’s earlier softcover work ‘Mallory of Everest’ brings us up to date through the finding of Mallory’s body in 1999.[read more]

Dick Byrd - Air Explorer: An Intimate Story of a Great Air Explorer, Whose Spectacular Flights to the North and South Poles, Across the Atlantic Ocean and Other Adventures have Thrilled Red-Blooded Men and Boys the World Over: Green, Fitzhugh
signedGreen, Fitzhugh Dick Byrd - Air Explorer: An Intimate Story of a Great Air Explorer, Whose Spectacular Flights to the North and South Poles, Across the Atlantic Ocean and Other Adventures have Thrilled Red-Blooded Men and Boys the World Over
1928 Putnam’s NY 1st, 8vo, pp.viii, 267, 4 pgs ads, photo frontis, 30 bw photos, photo eps, red cloth; inscribed ‘Best of good wishes to Felix Riesenberg, R E Byrd Boston Mass Sept. 29, 1928’, cloth w/ light wear/rubbing, tight, 2nd inscription to Riesenberg from Thomas L Sullivan, very good #25773 $95.00
Green was a member of Donald MacMillan’s Crocker Land Expedition (1913-16). He wrote a number of books among which were three biographies of polar explorers (Bob Bartlett, Dick Byrd, and Robert Peary). This book, written for young adults, is inscribed by Richard Byrd to Felix Riesenberg who was the [read more]

Murder in the High Himalaya: Loyalty, Tragedy, and Escape from Tibet: Green, Jonathan
Green, Jonathan Murder in the High Himalaya: Loyalty, Tragedy, and Escape from Tibet
2010 US 1st, 8vo, pp.xv, 272, 7 bw photos, 2 maps, grey/white cloth; dj unclipped, fine, cloth tight, fine #25534 $26.95 $19.00
Green recounts the tragic tale of September 30, 2006 when Chinese border guards near Cho Oyu opened fire on a group of Tibetans attempting to flee to Nepal via the Nanga La. Intertwined are the accounts of Tibetan refugees and Western mountaineers, primarily Luis Benitez, headed for the summit. A mo[read more]

Murder in the High Himalaya: Loyalty, Tragedy, and Escape from Tibet: Green, Jonathan
signedGreen, Jonathan Murder in the High Himalaya: Loyalty, Tragedy, and Escape from Tibet
2010 US 1st, 8vo, pp.xv, 272, 7 bw photos, 2 maps, grey/white cloth; signed, dj fine, cloth fine #26006 $25.00
Green recounts the tragic tale of September 30, 2006 when Chinese border guards near Cho Oyu opened fire on a group of Tibetans attempting to flee to Nepal via the Nanga La. Intertwined are the accounts of Tibetan refugees and Western mountaineers, primarily Luis Benitez, headed for the summit. A [read more]

Rock Climbing Colorado: Green, Stewart
signedGreen, Stewart Rock Climbing Colorado
1995 Falcon Helena 5th, 8vo, pp.x, 470, 127 bw photos, 8 topo drawings, 58 maps, appendices, wraps; inscribed ‘Phil, Check out Boulder, Aspen, & Telluride areas here. I scored some great lines. Cheers, Henry C. Barber’, fine #25192 $19.00 $15.20
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 a sales meeting for the outdoor apparel company he worked for. [read more]

Rock Climbing Europe: Green, Stewart
signedGreen, Stewart Rock Climbing Europe
2006 Falcon Helena 1st, 4to, pp.vii, 520, 329 bw photos, 14 topo drawings, 64 maps, appendices, wraps; inscribed ‘Phil, Let’s go! Too many choices, too little time. Cheers, Henry C. Barber’, fine #25193 $19.00 $15.20
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 a sales meeting for the outdoor apparel company he worked for. [read more]

Rock Climbing Utah: Green, Stewart
signedGreen, Stewart Rock Climbing Utah
1998 Falcon Helena 2nd, 8vo, pp.x, 538, 170 bw photos, 60 topo drawings, 37 maps, appendices, wraps; inscribed ‘Phil, Let’s do more desert classics. Cheers, Henry C. Barber’, fine #25194 $19.00 $15.20
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 a sales meeting for the outdoor apparel company he worked for. [read more]

Green, William Spotswood Among the Selkirk Glaciers: Being the Account of a Rough Survey in the Rocky Mountain Regions of British Columbia
1998 Calgary ltd ed 1000 facs rep, 8vo, pp.xv, 251, frontis, 9 bw illus, fldg map, gold dec red cloth; issued w/o dj, cloth new. #17686 $39.00
Green was one of the first to climb in Canada and made the first ascent of Mount Bonney in the Selkirks in 1888. Neate G50.[read more]

Green, William Spotswood Among the Selkirk Glaciers: Being the Account of a Rough Survey in the Rocky Mountain Regions of British Columbia
1890 Macmillan London 1st, 8vo, pp.xv, 251, ads, frontis w/ tissue guard, 9 bw illus, fldg map, gold dec red cloth; cloth mottled on spine, map is a photocopy, vg. #22929 $250.00
Green was one of the first to climb in Canada and made the first ascent of Mount Bonney in the Selkirks in 1888. Scarce. Neate G50.[read more]

The High Alps of New Zealand: or A Trip to the Glaciers of the Antipodes with an Ascent of Mount Cook: Green, William Spotswood
American Alpine Club LibraryGreen, William Spotswood The High Alps of New Zealand: or A Trip to the Glaciers of the Antipodes with an Ascent of Mount Cook
1883 MacMillan London 1st, 8vo, pp.xiv, 350, 32, frontis w/ tissue guard, 2 maps (1 fldg), 2 figures, appendices, gilt-lettered red cloth; cloth spine chipped affecting author name/lower spine, spine separated from backstrip, hinges taped, body of book in 3 sections, AAC/Ladd bookplate, map w/ orig folds & no tears, poor #24863 $125.00 $90.00
Green was an Irish clergyman who made many early explorations of the New Zealand Alps and Canadian Rockies. In 1882 he abandoned the first ascent of Mount Cook by turning back a few feet from the summit to avoid being benighted. His uncompleted ascent, by a route which was not finished until many [read more]

The High Alps of New Zealand: or A Trip to the Glaciers of the Antipodes with an Ascent of Mount Cook: Green, William Spotswood
American Alpine Club LibraryGreen, William Spotswood The High Alps of New Zealand: or A Trip to the Glaciers of the Antipodes with an Ascent of Mount Cook
1883 MacMillan London 1st, 8vo, pp.xiv, 350, 32, frontis w/ tissue guard, 2 maps (1 fldg), 2 figures, appendices, gilt-lettered red cloth; cloth spine browned, 2 spine edge chips, spine & front cover separated from backstrip, Alexander Ormsbee bookplate, map w/ orig folds & no tears, good #24861 $175.00 $126.00
Green was an Irish clergyman who made many early explorations of the New Zealand Alps and Canadian Rockies. In 1882 he abandoned the first ascent of Mount Cook by turning back a few feet from the summit to avoid being benighted. His uncompleted ascent, by a route which was not finished until many [read more]

The High Alps of New Zealand: or A Trip to the Glaciers of the Antipodes with an Ascent of Mount Cook: Green, William Spotswood
American Alpine Club LibraryGreen, William Spotswood The High Alps of New Zealand: or A Trip to the Glaciers of the Antipodes with an Ascent of Mount Cook
1883 MacMillan London 1st, 8vo, pp.xiv, 350, 32, frontis w/ tissue guard, 2 maps (1 fldg), 2 figures, appendices, gilt-lettered red cloth; cloth chipped top spine, dampstain to rear cover, hinges taped, DPL, Montagnier, & AAC/Montagnier bookplates, DPL stamp to title & marks to copyright page, miss frontis tissue guard, fair #24862 $150.00 $108.00
Green was an Irish clergyman who made many early explorations of the New Zealand Alps and Canadian Rockies. In 1882 he abandoned the first ascent of Mount Cook by turning back a few feet from the summit to avoid being benighted. His uncompleted ascent, by a route which was not finished until many [read more]

Swiat Tatr [Tatra World]: Gregor, Miro
Gregor, Miro Swiat Tatr [Tatra World]
1984 Wydawnictwo Sport Warszawa 1st, 4to, [pp.234], photo frontis, 193 color photos, illus eps, tan cloth; dj unclipped, fine, cloth tight, fine #27677 $15.00
A large-format book showcasing the beautiful Tatras mountains bordering Poland and Slovakia. Four summary pages and photo captions in Polish, English, German, and Russian.[read more]

signedGregory, Alfred Alfred Gregory's Everest
1993 Constable London 4to, pp.183, frontis, 112 bw photos, black cloth; signed George Band, dj & cloth new #9705 $59.00
Published to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the first ascent this is a great addition to the literature. Gregory was the official photographer and many of his black and white photos presented here in this large-format book have not been published previously. SB G15.[read more]

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