Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1924.
First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Two volumes, octavo, in original green cloth. Ex-library, with large "withdrawn" stamps on each front free endpaper, call numbers partially erased but still visible on lower spines. Volume I also has a splash mark on the spine. Bindings are sound, text clean and unmarked. Hill 1914; Clarke-Brunet 315 "Woollen was a prominent Indiana lawyer and conservationist who developed a fascination with Alaska and followed Vancouver's Trail to Cook Inlet. [The book] is noteworthy for its strong environmental emphasis, long before environmentalism became popular."