Genoa? Italia - Cosulich - Lloyd Triesting - Adria, 1935. Small 8vo, pp. 132. VG, owner's notes on front endpaper, cover little faded. Short articles about each port of call in the cruises offered by the publisher.
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London: Thomas Nelson, [ ]. Small oblong 8vo, pp. 39, plus 12 postcard-like illustrations.VG, little offprinting on 2 pages from the illustrations, cover little wrinkled. Short articles about Loch Lomond and environs, with colored illustrations.
NY: McClure, Phillips, 1906. First Edition. Small 8vo, pp. 309. Illustrated with drawings. Red cloth, stamped in gilt and black. Cover slightly worn at corners, o/w a nice copy. Humorous essays about travel--first published as letters to the Chicago Register and other papers.
Springfield, Hoyoke, Hartford: Connecticut Valley Guide Company, May, 1937. 12mo, 64. Printed wraps, very good. Filled with transit information and advertising for business in the area.
Middletown, CT: Alsop, Riley and Alsop, 1807. 8vo, pp. 460. Leather. Some foxing throughout, cover somewhat worn, o/w VG. Imprints 13388.
NY: Random, (1995). First Edition. 8vo, pp. xvi, 330. Chronology, selected reading, index. Paper over boards with cloth spine. Illustrated. Owner's name on flyleaf. A nice copy in little scuffed dj. A travelogue.
Leipsic: Baedeker, 1896. With 12 maps and 33 plans. 12th revised edn. Pp. 417. Last pages little stained, a good copy.
NY: Harmony, (1984). First American edn. Small 4to, pp. 153. Indexes. Illustrated with maps and wirh 200 full-color and black-and-white photographs. Blue paper over boards. A nice copy in little soiled dj.
London: Macmillan, 1871. Fourth edition, with illustrations and maps. 8vo, pp. 413. Bound in green cloth stamped in gilt, a fine copy. A record of Baker’s preliminary explorations of the Nile tributaries of Abyssinia in which he was engaged before embarking on the journey which led to the discovery of...
NY: Viking, (1988). Second printing. 8vo, pp. 244. Illustrated with maps and photographs. A nice copy in dj. The author was a London Times correspondent in Vienna, and had traveled extensively in the area.
[ ]: Backman, 1925. Frontis portrait. Author's presentation on flyleaf, sticker on pastedown, some penciled notes in text. VG. Short descriptive pieces about places the author visited, and philosophical paragraphs.
NY: Simon and Schuster, (1948). 4to, pp. 188. Rust-colored paper over boards, stamped in black. Edges little soiled, cover worn at edges, o/w VG.
NY: Viking, (1962). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 188. Illustrated with drawings, and with 13 color plates. A memoir of sailing around the Mediterranean in an old pilot boat.A nice copy in little chipped dj.
NY: Holt, (1996). First Owl Book edition. 8vo, pp. xii, 298. Paper wraps. A few marks in red ink, leaves little yellowed, cover little scuffed and dog-eared, o/w a VG tight copy.
Boston: Osgood, 1874. Author's edition. 12mo, pp. 215. Illustrated with drawings. Erratum slip tipped in. Green cloth, stamped in gilt. Donor's presentation on blank. Cover very slightly scuffed, o/w a nice copy.
London: Collins, (1978). "Souvenir edition." First published 1928; this edition 1955, latest reprint 1978. 8vo, pp. 544. Illustrated with 100 photographs, and frontis drawing of the author. A very nice copy in dj.
NY: Knopf, 1960. Second printing. 8vo, pp. 242. Top edge slightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in browned and slightly chipped dj.
London: Peter Owen, (1963). First UK edn. 8vo, pp. 169. Illustrated with photographs. VG in little worn dj. Nine essays about travel in remote regions of Algeria, India, Central America and other places.
NY: Random House, (1963). First printing. 8vo, pp. 206. Illustrated with photographs. VG in worn dj. Nine essays about travel in remote regions of Algeria, India, Central America and other places.
NY: Random House, (1963). First printing. 8vo, pp. 206. Illustrated with photographs. Ex library, with stamps and pocket. VG. Nine essays about travel in remote regions of Algeria, India, Central America and other places.
Basingstoke, Hampshire UK: Automobile Association, (1981). 4to, pp. 288. Index. With almost 400 color photographs, showing 26 motor routes, and suggesting many other tours that may be taken. Pictorial paper over boards. A nice copy in little scuffed dj.
NY: Dutton, 1894. Reprint. 8vo, pp. [vi], 386. Bound in maroon cloth, a very good copy. A description of the author's travels in Europe, India, Japan, Holy Land, Syria in the 1860's and 1880's with good description of conditions in each place visited.
Erin, Ontario: Boston Mills, (1989). 4to, pages not numbered. Copiously illustrated with color photos and maps. Brief descrptions of the stories behind the points of interest. Paper wraps. Cover very slightly curled, o/w a nice copy.
Philadelpha: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1907. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xxviii, 652; x, 618. Illustrated with over 70 black and white plates, mostly from photographs but also folding reproductions from Egyptian relics, plans and maps, and with hundreds of illustrations throughout the text. Bound in red cloth, stamped in gilt...
London: Adventurers Club, (1954). First edn. 8vo, Pp. 256. VG in dj. Robinson p. 184. OP. A guest of the Buddhist Sasana Council, Mammin traveled throughout the country.