My Last Expedition to the Antarctic 1936-1937. With a Review of the Research Work Done on the Voyages in 1927-1937.
[Second impression.] Square 8vo. pp. 16; port. frontis., 5 leaves of photo. illusts., map endpapers; very good in the original brown cloth with paper title label to upper cover as issued. A presentation copy, inscribed by the author on his portrait to Øivind Lorentzen in 1940, and with a loosely inserted note presenting the book from Øivind’s son Erik.
Christensen made nine visits to the Antarctic in the period 1926-37, largely with a view to “solving scientific and geographical problems” (p. 3). This is the text of a lecture read before the Norwegian Geographical Society in September, 1937. It was first published in Oslo, but this Washington reprint is uncommon.
Author Christensen, Lars.
Date 1938 
Binding Original cloth
Publisher Oslo: Johan Grundt Tanum [Reprinted Washington, D. C.: Judd & Detweiler]
Condition See description
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