Item #56492 Geology of the County of Cape May, State of New Jersey. NEW JERSEY - CAPE MAY - 19TH CENTURY.
Geology of the County of Cape May, State of New Jersey.
Geology of the County of Cape May, State of New Jersey.

Geology of the County of Cape May, State of New Jersey.

Trenton, New Jersey. New Jersey State Geological Survey. 1857.
Hardbound volume, illustrated with black and white full-page wood engravings, 208 pages, 9 3/4 x 6 1/2 inches, 31 x 25 inch two-color folding map tipped into rear. Book: light soiling to front cover; wear to cover extremities; library markings to spine, front pastedown, and title page (including blindstamp); interior in very good clean condition overall. Map: two tears up to 2 inches where map is attached to book, separations at fold intersections up to 1/4 inch, light scattered foxing; very good condition overall. The published result of a survey of the County of Cape May that was carried out during the summers of 1855 and 1856, submitted to Superintendent William Kitchell by Assistant State Geologist George H. Cook. An elegant ink inscription on the front free endpaper indicates that this copy was presented by George H. Cook to Professor James Hall, a famous geologist at the time. This copy is ex-library from the University of Chicago Libraries with "Released"stamps. A bookplate on the front pastedown records that this volume was part of its "James Hall Collection" Item #56492

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