JOURNAL OF JOHN JAMES AUDUBON MADE DURING HIS TRIP TO NEW ORLEANS IN 1820 - 1821. [with:] JOURNAL OF JOHN JAMES AUDUBON MADE WHILE OBTAINING SUBSCRIPTIONS TO HIS Birds of America 1840 - 1843.

Boston: Club of Odd Volumes, 1929. Two volumes. ix,234,[1]; vii,179,[1]pp. Frontispiece in both volumes. Small quarto. Original half cloth and blue paper boards, gilt stamping on front boards, printed paper labels. Mild wear to extremities, darkening to spine, interior quite clean. Very good. Item #WRCAM56815

An attractive selection of Audubon's journals in a limited edition of 225 sets designed by William Dana Orcutt and printed at the Plimpton Press for the Club of Odd Volumes. Both journals are of the greatest importance to students of Audubon, describing one of his most productive periods, in 1820-21, and his final travels, in the early 1840s. CLARK II:180. HOWES A386.

Price: $450.00