Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1946. First printing. Hardcover. 8vo. , vii-ix, , 1-217,  pp. Bound in red-orange cloth with gold lettering on the spine. Price of $3.00 on front jacket flap. This is a review of the principal results and techniques related to Lie groups (as of the time the book was written) intended for advanced graduate students or working mathematicians and was considered the standard text on Lie groups for many years. Chevalley was a French mathematician who resided in the United States during the Second World War and for a time thereafter and is best known for his work on on number theory, finite group theory, Lie groups, algebraic geometry, class field theory, and the theory of algebraic groups. Near Fine / Good. Item #00007903
A Near Fine book with fading and a few hints of wear to the edges of the boards in a Good-only dust jacket with light chipping to the crown of the spine panel, a large chip to the bottom of the spine panel, a couple of tears, and some wrinkling and discoloration to the rear panel.