n.p. Self-published by the author, 1978. Unpaginated preliminaries, 96p. with additional materials (portions of a journal article plus about 15p. of b&w snapshots reproduced six per page). Copyshop-printed recto only and bound under plastic rails and a clear acetate cover leaf. A little toning of paperstock, a little dust and handling otherwise clean, a sound unmarked copy. The author googles as an invaluable member of Byrd's expedition to the Antarctic and a number of other roles. The snapshots are most likely the selling point of this item: behind the scenes tinkering.
From preliminary note by "Mrs. Poulter" [sic; she signs off thus]: "While 'Doc' was recuperating from an attack, a son [sic!] suggested that he write an account of the things he told them when they were young. This resulted in his pushing a pencil for three weeks, but as soon as he was able to resume work on his various projects, he lost interest in the manuscript. It was to have been for family only, but as old photos were uncovered while cleaning out files, he got interested in putting the 'unfinished and unedited product' into print.