Sydney, Reader's Digest, 1985.
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Adelaide, F.W. Preece & Sons (and printed at the Hassell Press), 1930. Not least, pp 25-26, The Home of the Blizzard by Sir Douglas Mawson, and the rear cover advertising the 1930 abridged popular edition.
Washington, Government Printing Office, 1899. 'Rec'd from Lt. Jarvis / Jan. 19, 1900. / W W Smithers' is pencilled onto the front flyleaf. First Lieutenant D.H. Jarvis was the commander of the overland relief expedition; his very detailed report occupies 76 pages of this volume.
[USA, Byrd Aviation Associates, 1930?]. Offered together with a companion booklet by Byrd, 'Into the Home of the Blizzard' (1928; octavo,  pages), with the recipient's name and the copy number (X-204) written in ink (but not by Byrd) on the presentation page. The cover of the booklet is a....
London, HMSO, 1887. Offered together with four other volumes of reports from this most important research expedition, namely 'Summary of Scientific Results' (Parts 1 and 2, 1895), and 'Zoology', Volumes 28 and 32 (1888 and 1889). These four volumes are also large quarto, uncut and unopened in the original dark...
Stanmore, Cassell, 1979 (completely revised and expanded)/ 1961 (published as "The Far South"). Presentation copy (bibliographic page) to the Peake-Jones family with author signature on the half-title.
The late arrival of the Commissioners of Railroads to a meeting has delayed Beechey's arrival in London, where he has 'an interview with the treasury on the subject of appropriating the remainder of the money' for a colleague's publication. In fine condition.
Sydney, ABC Books, 1991/ 1991. Presentation copy inscribed, dated (29 November 1991) and signed by the author to Lady Mary Downer.
Canberra, National Library of Australia, 2005.
New York, Portland House, 1989.
London, George Allen and Unwin, 1951.
Canberra, Commonwealth Government Printer, 1959. With numerous illustrations, plus 6 folding maps (some in colour).
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013 (first UK edition)/ 2012. '... in fascinating detail... two centuries of exploration, scientific investigation, and contentious geopolitics...'.
London, Angus and Robertson, 1984. The diaries of Fletcher, assistant zoologist on the expedition, are published here for the first time.
Canberra, Tabletop Press, 1987.
A very large vintage blue-toned carbon print (visible image size 422 × 577 mm) on the original thick cardboard mount, recently matted, framed and glazed (external dimensions, an impressive 690 × 835 mm). The original printed label from the Fine Art Society, New Bond Street, London, is on the verso...
This print comes from the original 1915 Australian exhibition of Hurley photographs; this was a slightly enlarged version of the London exhibition held earlier in the same year. The full title of the Australian exhibition catalogue is 'Exhibition of Unique Photographic Pictures taken during the Australasian Antarctic Expedition. Also other...
New York, Harper, 1899 [first American edition]. The account of the Jackson-Harmsworth Expedition, led by Jackson and equipped and sponsored by Harmsworth 'to make a thorough scientific exploration of the newly-discovered Franz-Josef Land, only some part of its southern shores being then known, and the hope being reasonably entertained that...
Sydney, ABC/ William Collins, 1979.
[Hobart], Wellington Bridge, 2012.
1988. Hakluyt Society Second Series, Numbers 169 and 170. Signed Crocker copy.
New York, Hastings House, 1967. 'The Nunivak Expedition captured a large group of musk ox calves ... a magnificent piece of work on Arctic life: the Eskimos, the tundra ... and the sheer excitement of chasing the musk ox'.
Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2006.
Adelaide, Wakefield Press, 2006.
Adelaide, Friends of the State Library of S.A. in association with the Friends of Mawson at the S.A. Museum, 2010/ 1913. The pages of the Adelie Blizzard are reproduced, complete with editorial annotations, at their original size. One of only 450 copies thus. Preface by Emma McEwin. Introduction by Elizabeth...