Some reflexions, seamanlike and otherwise, on the loss of the Titanic, 1912.

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Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Some reflexions, seamanlike and otherwise, on the loss of the Titanic, 1912.

Some reflexions, seamanlike and otherwise, on the loss of the Titanic, 1912.

Conrad's signed autograph manuscript is in ink, on lined paper, with numerous revisions and deletions. The piece was published separately as a limited edition of 25 in 1919 by T.J. Wise as Some aspects of the admirable inquiry into the loss of the Titanic.

36 leaves ; 25.5 cm.

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