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    Arthur C. Clarke with Mike Wilson. The Treasure of the Great Reef. New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, Publishers, [1964]. First edition. Delightfully inscribed and signed by Clarke to Fred C. Durant and family on the front free endpaper. Also includes Clarke's compliments card laid in. Octavo. xvi, 233, [1, About the Author] pages. Publisher's blue cloth with gilt titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Minor wear to the book and jacket. One small closed tear to jacket edge. Spine lightly sunned. Very good. Frederick C. Durant, III, was a key advisor to the U.S. military, intelligence, and civilian space-flight programs of the 1950s and '60s, and a long-time friend of Clarke. From the Jerry Weist Collection.

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