Lot 559 of 576:
Five books by Stanford Pres David Starr Jordan  

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Five works by David Starr Jordan

Jordan, David Starr

Various places


Various dates



  • Factors in Organic Evolution. (8vo) cloth. [Palo Alto]: University Press, Leland Stanford Junior University, [1894]. Rare. 
  • Science Sketches. (8vo) cloth. New and Enlarged Edition. Chicago: McClurg, 1896.
  • The Philosophy of Hope. (8vo) cloth-backed boards. Second Edition (Originally published as The Philosophy of Despair, re-titled for this edition after the plates of the first destroyed in the 1906 earthquake). San Francisco: Elder, [1907].
  • The Higher Foolishness. (8vo) cloth, dust jacket. 1st Edition. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, [1927].
  • To Barbara and Other Verses. (8vo) boards. One of 1000 copies. First Edition. No place: For the Author, 1929.

Five works by the first president of Stanford University.

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All with some wear; very good and better overall.

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