COMPILATION OF THE PAPERS OF FRANK CHARLES SCHRADER, PROMINENT HARVARD GEOLOGIST AND U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEYOR, AND "ONE OF THE FIRST FEDERAL GEOLOGISTS TO EXPLORE ALASKA," 1898-1916.
[vp: 1898-1916]. Collected by Harvard University, bound in red institutional buckram with its library stamps and withdrawal notice on front pastedown. Several other library marks, generally inconspicuous. Else Very Good. Title quotation from Wikipedia's article on Schrader.
The collection begins with a typed letter, signed by Schrader and dated 30 March 1918, advising G.P. Winship of the Harvard Library of the documents he is sending to Harvard for its 1918 commencement exhibition, with inventory attached of the included papers.
1. MAP OF ALASKA SHOWING KNOWN GOLD-BEARING ROCKS WITH DESCRIPTIVE TEXT. . . Washington: USGS. 1898. 44pp, original printed front wrapper with folding map. Very Good.
2. Two-page excerpt from Science Magazine, April 25, 1902, discussing Schrader's contribution to the geology of Alaska.
3. Schrader, GEOLOGICAL SECTION OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS IN NORTHERN ALASKA. Rochester: USGS. 1902. Original printed front wrapper, illustrations, Very Good.
4. Schrader and others, ADVANCE CHAPTER FROM CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMIC GEOLOGY . . . PART I. - METALS AND NONMETALS, EXCEPT FUELS. RARE METALS. Washington: GPO. 1910. Original printed front wrapper, folding map, Very Good.
5. Schrader, NOTES ON THE ANTELOPE DISTRICT, NEVADA. USGS BULLETIN 530- J. Washington: GPO. 1912. Very Good,
And five other publications, all Very Good. Details on request. Item #39033