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Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Volume 10 : 1897 : The North American Crinoidea Camerata. By Charles Wachsmuth and Frank Springer. This is a very rare and beautiful three (3) volume set. Hardback, dark blue cloth, gold lettering on cover and spine, 14 x 10.5”. The two text volumes have a total of 837 pages printed on thick, quality paper. The plates volume has 83 gorgeous plates, each with a separate explanation page, all printed on thick, quality paper. Includes a table of contents and index. Includes paper printed "Compliments of Frank Springer and Alexander Agassiz." SCARCE, rarely found. See photos below.
Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Volume 25 No. 1 : 1901 : Uintacrinus : Its structure and relations. By Frank Springer. Softcover, green paper cover, 14x11”, 89p., plus 8 pages of Plates and 8 pages of plate explanations. Plates are gorgeous! (Generally Good condition. No owner's marks! Front cover is nearly pristine with barely chipped edges. Paper over spine is rough in a couple spots, missing at lower spine end, lettering still good. Back cover present but loose with chipped edges. First page of text is moderately tanned, others are faintly tanned, edge of page block lightly bumped). $32
Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Volume 25 No. 2 : 1905 : Cleiocrinus. By Frank Springer. Softcover, green paper cover, 14x11”, pages 93-114, plus one plate page. (Generally Good condition. No owner's marks! Covers are generally nice, but are nearly loose and have edge chipping all around, not horrible. First page of text is moderately tanned, others are faintly tanned. Thin spine is bare of paper except for top 3 inches, text pages are becoming disbound at lower spine end). $12
Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Volume 25 No. 3 : 1911 : Some new American fossil Crinoids. By Frank Springer. Softcover, green paper cover, 14x11”, pages 117-161, plus 6 pages of plates and 6 pages of plate explanations. Again, wonderful plates! (Good condition. Mild edge chipping to covers. Lower spine end bare of paper, bumped, and signatures loose for a couple inches there. Upper spine end has a small chip. No owner's marks! First page of text is moderately tanned, others are faintly tanned. Page edges are a bit rough from original cutting). (see photo to right ... all 3 parts of Volume 25 are similar) $28
Special Publication of the Museum of Comparative Zoology : 1973 : Morphology and evolution of Blastozoan echinoderms. By James Sprinkle. HARDBACK, red cloth, 10x7”, 284p., 46 text figures, 43 plates. Like New. SCARCE. $88
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Massachusetts Geology Publications : Misc. ~9x6" unless otherwise noted, many are offprints.
Distribution of helium and radioactivity in rocks : Ayer granite-migmatite at Chelmsford, Mass. 1944. Amer J Sci. 9p. $1
Fauna of New England : 1. List of the Reptilia by Samuel Henshaw. 1904. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History. This paper is simply a list, with details for each species. It includes two separate pages : one that is a checklist showing the presence of each species of reptile in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The other is a publisher's description page of the entire "Fauna of NE." 9.5x6", 15p. (last three pages have bad corner, cover slightly soiled). $2
The Geological history of the Connecticut Valley of Massachusetts, a popular account of its rocks and origin. By William J. Miller. 1921 Hampshire Bookshop, Inc. 9.5x6”, 74p., illustrations. One photo shows a man and his dog on top of Rocking Stone. Includes fold-out map. I suspect that today’s geologist would find some curious interpretations in this account, though it is very nicely done and would interest almost anyone. Coverage includes dinosaurs. SCARCE. (Good. Cover edges are bumped where they overhang the page block. Spine has one small chip. Cover edge has short closed tear. Owner's name "Mary Draper" on fly leaf.) $42
Geology of the City Tunnel Extension, Greater Boston, Massachusetts. By Marland P. Billings and F. Lyle Tierney. 1964 offprint, Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, Volume 51, number 2, pages 111-154, 17 figures, 6 tables. Neat photos. $3
Metamorphic hydration of Augite – Orthopyroxene Monzodiorite to Hornblende granodiorite gneiss, Belchertown batholith, west-central Massachusetts. By Lewis D. ashwal. 1974. Contribution 18, Geology department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts. Orange softcover, 11x8.5”, 124 pages, 35 figures, 16 tables. Very Good. $15
Mineralogy and petrology of metamorphosed iron-rich beds in the lower Devonian Littleton formation, Orange area, Massachusetts. By J. Craig Huntington. 1975. Contribution 19, Geology department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts. Orange softcover, 11x8.5”, 106 pages, 39 figures, 10 tables. 2 plates in pocket. Good, spine sunned. $20
New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference 61st Annual Meeting Guidebook for field trips in New York, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Edited by John M. Bird. Held at the State University of New York at Albany, New York, October 10, 11, 12, 1969. Softcover, 11x8.5”, numbered in sections, about 400 pages, illustrated. Covers 18 field trips. (Fair. All Good, but cover has some soil and spine needs new black tape - cosmetic only). $24
New England – New York State : Guidebook for Field Conference A. 1965 INQUA International Association for Quaternary Research, 7th Congress. Softcover, 8x5.5”, 92 pages, illustrated, for 15 days of field trip. Among more, includes New Haven, Connecticut; Kingston, Rhode Island; Falmouth, Massachusetts; Pinkham Nortch, New Hampshire; Andover, Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts; Albany, New York; Sagamore, New York; Syracuse, New York; Hammondsport, New York; Olean, New York; Buffalo, New York. $6
Pollucite from Lithia, Massachusetts. By B. M. Shaub and B. J. Schenck. 1954 American Mineralogist vol. 39, pages 661-664. 4p., 1 photo, 1 table. $1
Ultramafic lenses in the Middle Ordovician Partridge formation, Bronson Hill anticlinorium, central Massachusetts. By Robert A. Wolff. 1978. Contribution 34, Geology department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts. Orange softcover, 11x8.5”, 162 pages, 49 figures, 37 tables, 3 plates in pocket. Very Good. $24