The Boylston Street Fishweir: A Study of the Archaeology, Biology and Geology of a Site on Boylston Street in the Back Bay
Publisher: Phillips Academy
2 volumes: xii+212 pages with 14 plates, 16 figures (including a fold out map at front), 13 tables, appendix and bibliography; x+133 pages with 14 plates, 15 figures (including fold out map at front), 18 tables and bibliography. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 7") issued in wrappers. Papers of the Robert S Peabody Foundation for Archaeology, volume two and volume four, number one. In collaboration with Henry C Stetson, Frances L Parker, William J Clench, Thurlow C Nelson, David H Linder, Irving W Bailey, Elso S Barghoorn, Edwin C Jahn, William M Harlow, William S Benninghoff, Arthur S Knox, Paul S Conger, Sheldon Judson, Fred B Phleger and L R Wilson. 1st edition.
Light edge wear, spines sunned, corners bumped, lightly sunned else a very good copy.
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