Edited by Barbara Debenham, the author’s daughter. A book of reminiscence-induced fiction (ranging from the almost-all-true to the could-have-been-true) related to Arctic exploration or to the lives and work of people at the Scott Polar Institute in Cambridge. Frank Debenham, whose first job on graduating was as a geologist on Scott’s 1910-1913 expedition, was the founder of the Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge. Blue-green cloth-covered boards, gilt decoration to front board, gilt titles to spine, illustrations from photographs, 124 pages including Bibliography. Condition: As new, apart from old price pencilled to front free end paper.