New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1935. First edition. Hardcover. 336pp. Octavo [22.5 cm] Blue cloth over boards with decorative stamping and lettering in silver on the backstrip. Publisher's brown top stain. The spine ends and edges of the covers are moderately bumped and rubbed, the front hinge is a little weak, and the pages are tanned. In a worn dust jacket. The front inside flap is completely detached, and there is a loss from the paper at the head of the spine, measuring 2 1/2" wide by 3/4" deep. Good + / fair. Item #46637
Rockwell Kent's Greenland Book. With over eighty illustrations by the author. Fridolf Johnson writes in Rockwell Kent: An Anthology of His Work, "Salimina, published in 1935, was widely praised and reviewed. The London Times pointed out that it was 'the first book about Greenland and the Greenlanders to be written by an artist... the men, women and children who crowd into the pages of this book are human beings first and Greenlanders afterwards.'"