Frankfurt am Main: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft 1968. First Edition. 324 pages. 8vo (6 x 9 inches). Red buckram with original journal wrappers bound in. Gilt titling. Journal issue was creased upper right corner before being bound. No loss of content or detail. Near Fine. Cloth. 
Zeitschrift Fur Kristallographie - Martin J. Buerger Festschrift 1968 - Band 127 Heft 1-4 Seiten 1-326. The volume collects recent research results of Buerger's colleagues and students.
In his introduction to the volume, Leonid V. Azaroff notes that Martin J Buerger made many contributions to science, including "the advancement of crystal structure analysis from a iterative art to a modern virtually automatic process...including his instrumental development of modern powder cameras, equi-inclination geometry, and the precession camera...", "the transformation of mineralogy from a purely descriptive science to one that seeks to relate the properties of minerals to their structure." and "the education of various scientists in the principles and practice of x-ray crystallography and of some thirty graduate students and an equal number of postgraduates in its applications to mineralogy."