Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1952. First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. , vii-xv, , 3-328 pp. Bound in red-orange cloth with gold lettering and four gilt rules on the spine. Eilenberg and Steenrod developed an axiomatic approach to homology theory in the mid-1940s and these results and related results in algebraic topology are presented in this well-known reference (and these results are still the basis of more recent overviews of the subject, such as Weintraub's). Near Fine / Very Good+. Item #00009956
A Near Fine book with a tiny spot of yellowing to the bottom textblock and a small sticker ghost on the front flyleaf in a Very Good or better price-clipped dust jacket with minor rubbing.