New York: The Chautauqua Century Press, 1896. First Edition. Octavo. Item #022476
Frontispiece, 340pp., illustrated. The author himself is an astronomer from the Chamberlin observatory, University Park in Colorado. He writes in a plain and simple form to help the new astronomer to become more aquainted with astronomy, and the important instruments and their uses. A very good copy bound in brown clothe lettered and decorated in blackspine lettering gilt and black, wear to spine ends and corners.