Nos. 85, 106 and 108 of 'The Naturalists' Leisure Hour and Monthly Bulletin.'

A. E. Foote, editor (natural history bookseller of Philadelphia [geological reports]
Publication details: 
October 1884, July 1887 and March 1888. 1223 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
SKU: 8569

Each catalogue 8vo, 32 pp. Stapled and unbound. The text of all three items clear and complete. On aged and spotted paper. Each issue carries an editorial introduction, with that of October 1884 (no. 85) eight pages long, and boasting that it is 'the most complete catalogue of American Official Geological Reports ever published. The previous lists of Prime and Marsh have been consulted, but very many have been added during the period covered by Prime'. That introduction also carries a 6 1/2 page report on the 33rd meeting (September 1884) of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The editorial to the issue of March 1888 (no. 106) carries the poem 'To an Insect' by Oliver Wendell Holmes, an obituary of Professor Spencer F. Baird, and a short article on the 'Audubon Monument'. The issue of July 1887 (no. 106) carries a report on 'The American Exposition, London, 1887'. COPAC only lists this title at the British Library, Oxford and the Natural History Musem.