By: J Dewey Soper and Constance Martin
87 pages, 50 col illus, b/w photos
Between 1923 and 1931 Soper traversed 50,000 kilometres of Arctic wilderness in search of the nesting grounds of the legendary `Blue Goose', keeping extensive diaries of his travels and leaving behind an impressive collection of Arctic watercolours.
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