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Ways of the Six-Footed
Boston, Ginn & Co., 1903. The first book by the eminent artist, educator and naturalist, a collection of eight pieces published in periodicals, with two new pieces, all designed to depict, "in some measure, the dignity of life's upward struggle, however humble the incarnation." This copy is inscribed by Comstock, "To Dr. Douglas Houghton Campbell/ With best regards of the author [no name]." Campbell was the founding head of the botany department at Stanford University. Very slight wear to the board edges, else a fine copy. [#035989] $1,250

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