(Antarctica) British (Terra Nova) Antarctic Expedition 1910 - 1913 REPORT on the MAPS AND SURVEYS By F. Debenham, O.B.E.,...
Led by Robert Falcon Scott, 60 men comprised the ship and shore parties that would be the British "Terra Nova" Expedition that would survey and study the harshest of continents. Broken into two groups they would pursue a systematic approach to charting the area. This 94 page text documents the endeavor in great detail, and includes a batch of 15 folding maps stored in the back cover pocket.
This rare book is signed; "Inscribed with pleasure Frank Debenham 8/9/60"
Condition is very good for the maps and the text, though cover has some light scuffing . Text size is approximately 12.25 x 9.5 (inches)