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02/22/2019 08:41 AM
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(7) BOOKS ON NATURE + ECOLOGY

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Comments: A collection of seven books, five of which are hardcover. The two soft cover books are “Life on Earth” by David Attenborough (1979) and “Quest for Quality” US Dept of Interior (1965) (Some tears). The hardcover books include “Elements of Ecology, 2nd Edition by Robert Leo Smith (1986) (excellent condition), “Hammonds Nature Atlas of America” by E.L. Jordan. It is a great resource book from 1952 in very good condition with 320 original paintings. Also, “Nature Notebook” written and illustrated by Robert Candy, 1953, 1st Edition, “A Textbook of Mineralogy” by Edward Salisbury Dana, 4th Edition, 1958 (fair condition) and lastly, “The Child's Book of Nature” by Worthington Hooker, 1880, also in poor to fair condition. Please preview.

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