THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED
THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED

THE EOLITHIC PROBLEM by George G. MacCurdy, First Edition 1905 HC, RARE — SIGNED

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  The Eolithic Problem: Evidences of A Rude Industry Ante-Dating The Paleolithic, by George Grant MacCurdy — First Edition First Printing 1905, HC — Signed! Very Rare

 Publisher: The New Era Printing Company (Lancaster) 1905

A very rare, signed first edition of George Grant MacCurdy's "The Eolithic Problem: Evidences of a Rude Industry Ante-Dating the Paleolithic," in excellent condition. Inscription reads: "To Miss Elizabeth D. Putnam with complements and regards of the author." The boards and binding are solid and tight with very little shelfwear. Pages are crisp and clean. A Davenport Museum stamp lies on the first blank page and title page. A very rare signed tome from a famous and important anthropologist.

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George Grant MacCurdy (b. 1863, d. 1947) was Curator of Archaeology and Anthropology in the Yale Peabody Museum’s Division of Anthropology from 1902 to 1931, and was internationally known for his research and publications on human evolution and paleolithic archaeology. While his work in Connecticut archaeology was overshadowed by his European research, MacCurdy was also a pioneer in this area, establishing the Connecticut Archaeological Survey during his tenure at the Peabody Museum.