"Arctic Mountaineering by a Woman" in Scribner's Magazine, Volume LII, July-December 1912

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1912.

Hardcover. Very good. Bound volume containing six complete issues (bound without their original wrappers). pp viii, 768. Publishers drab green cloth boards with beveled edges, decorated in gilt on spine and front board, top edge gilt.Mild shelfwear; very good. Dora Keen (1871-1963) was the first known woman to climb mountains in Alaska. Her article in this volume describes the first ascent of Mount Blackburn, which she organized. She was a member of the American Alpine Club and fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and also climbed in the Selkirks of Canada, in Norway, and in the Alps. This volume also includes work by Henry Cabot Lodge, Johm Galsworthy, Sara Teasdale, and three poems on The Titanic by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson.

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Price: $75.00

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