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When the Corvette Uruguay Was Dismasted: The Return of the Uruguay from the Antarctic in 1903: Hermelo, Ricardo S., José M. Sobral, & Felipe Fliess. (Gricelda & Lawrence Perales, trans; Michael H. Rosove, ed.)
signedHermelo, Ricardo S., José M. Sobral, & Felipe Fliess. (Gricelda & Lawrence Perales, trans; Michael H. Rosove, ed.) When the Corvette Uruguay Was Dismasted: The Return of the Uruguay from the Antarctic in 1903
2004 US 1st English translation, ltd ed 250, 4to, pp.xi, 24, color frontis, 2 bw photos, appendices, quarter violet-blue cloth, boards covered w/ handmade marbled paper in violet, green-gray, & buff, paper spine label, acid-free materials; signed Rosove, issued w/o dj, cloth new #23811 $79.00
Most Antarctic polar buffs are familiar with the Swedish Antarctic Expedition of 1901-4 under the leadership of Otto Nordenskjöld, but because all of the primary sources are in Spanish and Swedish few are familiar with the interesting homeward-bound journey aboard the Argentinean relief vessel Urugu[read more]

Additions and Corrections Supplement to the Rosove Antarctic Bibliography: Rosove, Michael
Rosove, Michael Additions and Corrections Supplement to the Rosove Antarctic Bibliography
2008 US 1st, 4to, pp.xiii, 49, 2 plate leaves (4 color photos), acid-free papers, text in black, red & blue; unbound sheets, new #25472 $19.95
This long-awaited supplement, concerning the same subject period as the original bibliography, ‘Antarctica, 1772-1922: Freestanding Publications through 1999’, has resulted from the contributions of over fifty polar book collectors, booksellers, and historians. Heretofore unrecognized publications [read more]

Antarctica, 1772-1922: Freestanding Publications through 1999: Rosove, Michael
signedRosove, Michael Antarctica, 1772-1922: Freestanding Publications through 1999
2001 US ltd ed #20/500, 4to, pp.xxx, 537, 10 plates (5 colored), gilt titled, quarter buffalo linen boards; numbered & signed on limitation leaf & inscribed ‘To With fond memories of our January 1991 voyage to the Ross Sea, and all best wishes, Michael Rosove 28 January 2002, issued w/o dj, boards fine #22194 $195.00
Dr. Rosove’s outstanding bibliography is the result of ten years’ research including the examination of private collections, booksellers’ holdings, and the repositories of twelve of the world’s most important libraries and archives. The bibliography contains many rare and virtually unknown publicati[read more]

Antarctica, 1772-1922: Freestanding Publications through 1999 + Additions and Corrections Supplement to the Rosove Antarctic Bibliography: Rosove, Michael
signedRosove, Michael Antarctica, 1772-1922: Freestanding Publications through 1999 + Additions and Corrections Supplement to the Rosove Antarctic Bibliography
2001, 2008 US vol I ltd ed 500, 4to, pp.xxx, 537, 10 plates (5 colored), gilt titled, quarter buffalo linen boards, vol II 4to, pp.xiii, 49, 2 plate leaves (4 color), gilt lettered spine, acid-free papers, Smyth-sewn, 1/4 dark brown cloth, linen-backed boards; without dust-wrapper as issued, vol I numbered & signed on limitation leaf, new #26257 $345.00
Dr. Rosove’s outstanding bibliography is the result of ten years’ research including the examination of private collections, booksellers’ holdings, and the repositories of twelve of the world’s most important libraries and archives. The bibliography contains many rare and virtually unknown publicat[read more]

Let Heroes Speak: Antarctic Explorers, 1772-1922: Rosove, Michael
signedRosove, Michael Let Heroes Speak: Antarctic Explorers, 1772-1922
2000 US 1st, 8vo, pp.xi, 359, 25 bw photos, 7 bw illus, 6 maps, blue/white cloth; signed, dj & cloth new #26137 $59.95
The result of 20 years of research, Rosove tells the stories of 25 Antarctic voyages, from Captain James Cook's expedition in 1772 to Shackleton's final expedition in 1922. Included are Cook, Bellingshausen, Biscoe, d’Urville, Wilkes, Ross, Bull, de Gerlache, Borchgrevink, Scott, Drygalski, Nordens[read more]

Rejoice My Heart: The Making of H. R. Mill's “The Life of Sir Ernest Shackleton” - The Private Correspondence of Dr. Hugh Robert Mill and Emily Shackleton, 1922-33: Rosove, Michael, ed.
signedRosove, Michael, ed. Rejoice My Heart: The Making of H. R. Mill's “The Life of Sir Ernest Shackleton” - The Private Correspondence of Dr. Hugh Robert Mill and Emily Shackleton, 1922-33
2007 US 1st, ltd ed 500, 8vo, pp.xxi, 142, 5 color & 3 bw photos, illus eps, blue cloth; signed, dj & cloth new #24703 $49.95 $45.95
On 18 April 1922, just over three months following Sir Ernest Shackleton’s death, Emily Shackleton, Sir Ernest’s widow, invited Hugh Robert Mill, the greatest Antarctic historian of his time, to write Sir Ernest’s biography. He wrote back the same day graciously accepting the invitation, and she re[read more]

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