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Book Description
First separate edition. 8vo. pp. xxi; port. frontis; very good in the original printed wrappers, slightly creased, inkstamp of Cambridge University Botany School to upper wrapper.
Dealer Notes
A memoir, by “A. C. S.” (A. C. Seward) and F. F. B (F. F. Blackman), of Charles Darwin’s third son. Francis’ botanical interests led him to work with his father on The Power of Movement in Plants, and he later edited The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin.
Author [Darwin, Francis.]
Date 1932
Binding Original printed wrappers
Condition Very good
Pages xxi

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