New York / London. Charles Scribner's Sons / Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd., January to June 1893.
Vol. XIII. Illustrated throughout with black and white wood-engravings plus 1 color plate, pp. i-vi + 1-824, 10 x 7 inches, handsome gilt lettered spine, 3/4 leather binding. Splits to leather binding of spine at head and tail (longest 5 inches) and cracking to hinges, though covers remain firmly attached; back join has been repaired with glue. Light soiling to covers, mainly in the form of flecks of white paint or ink; rubbing to corners; college library stamp and large pencil signature to front free endpaper; presentation stamp to title page; text block in very good clean condition. Illustrated articles include: "The Peary Relief Expedition", about the Greenland voyage of explorer Robert Edwin Peary and his wife Josephine; "The Jaffa and Jerusalem Railway", about Palestine's first railroad; a previously unpublished account by George Washington of his Indian Campaigns; and "Life in a Logging Camp" Item #55877