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(DONNER, ANDERS; GROTENFELT, ARVID; HENDELL, LAURI; ET AL)
Finland: Land. Folk. Rike. 3 Volumes
Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Forlag, (1923-1925). (1923-1925). Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Forlag, (1923-1925). (1923-1925). Good. - Quarto, brown cloth titled in brown within gilt rectangles on the spines & with a vignette in gilt on each front cover. The covers are rubbed & bumped with staining to the rear cover of Vol. 3. 461 pages; 608 pages; and 468 pages. Pieces have been excised from the top corners of the half- title & title in Vols. 2 and 3. There is very light dampstaining to the margins of the pages in the rear half of Vol. 3. Sepia-toned & black-and- white full-page & textual illustrations. 1 tipped-in color plate in Vol. 1 & several portrait plates in Vol. 2. Ex-library with labels removed from the spines, a library bookplate on each front pastedown, a stamp on the bottom edges & "withdrawn" stamps on the front endpapers & titles. A good, tight set. Good .
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Keywords: TRAVEL; HISTORY; SCANDINAVIA; FINLAND; FINLAND: LAND. FOLK. RIKE; ANDERS DONNER; ARVID GROTENFELT; LAURI HENDELL; LANDSCAPE; STATISTICS; INDUSTRY; MEDICINE; ART; ARCHITECTURE; ARTS; MUSIC; LITERATURE; ARCHAEOLOGY.

 
(BYRD, ADMIRAL RICHARD E.; COTLOW, LEWIS N.; AND MACDONALD, H.B., &C.).
Through Africa Unarmed" by Lewis N. Cotlow, [Published in]: The Log of the Circumnavigators Club, Vol. 26, No. 3, Summer 1938.
[New York: The Circumnavigators Club], 1938. 1938. - Octavo, 10 inches high by 6-3/4 inches wide. Softcover, bound in stapled white wraps, titled and decorated in indigo blue with a black & white illustration of the "Al Fresco Dining Hall in Sequoia National Park" pictured on the front cover. The covers are slightly rubbed with a small stain to the bottom right corner of the front cover and the name "Byrd" penciled at top right. 62 & [2] pages, with black & white textual and full-page illustrations. Very good. This issue includes an essay based on the minutes taken at the "Dinner to Circum Admiral Richard E. Byrd", illustrated from photographs. Included is a full-page illustration picturing all the members, attired in formal wear, who attended "The Dinner to Rear-Admiral Richard E. Byrd, May 18, 1938". Also included is H.B. MacDonald's 12-page essay "Among the Sequoias". Of particular note is the 12-page essay "Through Africa Unarmed" by Lewis N. Cotlow, illustrated with 5 photographs. The explorer, author and filmmaker Lewis Cotlow (1898-1987) served with the United States Merchant Marine during the First World War. He went on to pursue studies at George Washington University before participating in 30 expeditions which included travel to Africa, South America, Indonesia, the Arctic, the Amazon, Australia and New Guinea. From the 1930's through the 50's, Cotlow filmed many of his travels and expeditions. His first technicolor film, co-produced with wildlife photographer Armand Dennis, was filmed on location in Africa. Cotlow was awarded the Explorers Club Medal and the Order of Magellan. RARE. Very good .
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Book number: 96409
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Keywords: ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD; LEWIS N. COTLOW; CIRCUMNAVIGATORS CLUB; LOG OF THE CIRCUMNAVIGATORS CLUB; H.B. MACDONALD; TRAVEL; EXPLORATION; THROUGH AFRICA UNARMED; AFRICA; SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK; ARCTIC; AMAZON AUSTRALIA NEW GUINEA.

 
[LE VAILLANT, FRANCOIS; BROWNE, WILLIAM GEORGE; AND BARROW, JOHN].
Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa by M. Le Vaillant. [Together with] Travels in Egypt and Libya, by Mr. Browne. [and]: Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa, by Mr. John Barrow. Bound Together Into Volume XXI of "a General Collection of Voyages and Travels, Including the Most Interesting Records of Navigators and Travellers, from the Discovery of America, by Columbus, in 1492, to the Travels of Lord Valentia. (Volume 21 Only, Complete in Itself).
London: Sherwood, Neely and Jones, 1813. 1813. - Octavo, 6-7/8 inches high by 4-1/8 inches wide. Bound in plain gray publisher's boards. The spine is lacking and the front cover is detached. The boards are rubbed, soiled and bumped with wear to the edges. iv & 380 deckle-edged pages, illustrated with a folding map of Africa and 4 full-page plates. There is occasional minor foxing. Good.

This is volume 21 - complete in itself - of a 28 volume set.

The book includes Francois Le Vaillant's "Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa, by M. Le Vaillant, performed in the Years 1780, 81, 82, 83, 84, and 85". Le Vaillant's Travels are illustrated with 2 plates respectively titled: "Le Vaillant discovered by his Hottentot Servant while seeking refuge from an enraged Elephant" and "Le Vaillant crowning Haripa King of the Koraques".

Le Vaillant's travels are followed by William George Browne's "Travels in Egypt and Libya, by Mr. Browne, from the year 1792 to 1798. Browne's travels are illustrated with a folding map of Africa and a plate titled "A Public Audience at El Fasher".

Concluding this volume is John Barrow's "Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa, by Mr. John Barrow, in the Years 1797 and 1798". Barrow's travels are illustrated with a plate depicting "A Hottentot Shepherd attacked by a Lion".

From the library of geologist and mining engineer James Douglas, after whom Douglas, Arizona was named, with his bookplate on the front pastedown. Douglas, who was born in Quebec, spent much of his early life in Scotland. For many years, as a metallurgist and mining engineer, he was involved in several important Western American enterprises. Fair .

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Book number: 35850
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Keywords: TRAVEL; EXPLORATION; HISTORY; FRANCOIS LE VAILLANT; TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR DISTRICTS OF AFRICA; WILLIAM GEORGE BROWNE; TRAVELS IN EGYPT AND LIBYA; JOHN BARROW; TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF SOUTHERN AFRICA; ILLUSTRATED; ENGRAVINGS; PLATES; ILLUSTRATIONS; A

 
HENDERSON, JOHN W.; BARTH, HELEN A. ET AL.
Area Handbook for Oceania.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1971. 1971. - Octavo, dark green cloth. The tail of the spine is lightly creased. xiii & 555 pages with an errata page bound in. Illustrated with 2 folding black-and-white maps. Very good.

This is one of a series of handbooks prepared by Foreign Area Studies of the American University, Washington, DC "designed to be useful to military and other personnel who need a convenient compilation of basic facts about the social, economic, political, and military institutions and practices of various countries. Very good .

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Book number: 35691
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 8.5 | £UK 7.25 | JP¥ 1097]
Catalogue: Travel & History
Keywords: TRAVEL; HISTORY; POLITICS; GOVERNMENT; ECONOMICS; MILITARY; SOCIETY; AREA HANDBOOK FOR OCEANIA; GUIDE; FOREIGN AREAS STUDIES, THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY; JOHN W. HENDERSON; HELEN A. BARTH; JUDITH M. HEIMANN; PHILIP W. MOELLER; FRANCISCO S. SORIANO; JOHN O. W

 THOMAS, LOWELL (1892-1981). AMERICAN TRAVEL WRITER, ACTOR AND BROADCASTER, REMEMBERED FOR PUBLICIZING T. E. LAWRENCE (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA)., Typed Note Signed by Travel Writer, Actor, and Broadcaster Lowell Thomas.
THOMAS, LOWELL (1892-1981). AMERICAN TRAVEL WRITER, ACTOR AND BROADCASTER, REMEMBERED FOR PUBLICIZING T. E. LAWRENCE (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA).
Typed Note Signed by Travel Writer, Actor, and Broadcaster Lowell Thomas.
Rawling, New York, October 14, 1948. 1948. - Over 30 words typed on his personal embossed 10-1/2 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide stationery. A brief note to Mr. Saltford thanking him for his note and expressing that his "only regret was that I had to miss most of the game. I hope we can do it again one of these days." Signed "Lowell Thomas". There is a faint indentation from a paper clip along the top edge and a faint stamp at top right indicating the note was received on October 16th. Near fine. Lowell Jackson Thomas [1892-1981] was an American writer, actor, broadcaster and traveler. He wrote many travel books and is remembered for publicizing T. E. Lawrence [Lawrence of Arabia]. He was also involved in promoting the Cinerama widescreen system. .
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Keywords: BOOKS-ON-BOOKS; TYPED NOTE SIGNED; TNS; AUTOGRAPH; SIGNATURE; TRAVEL WRITER; LOWELL THOMAS ; AMERICAN AUTHOR; ACTOR; BROADCASTER; TRAVELER; TRAVEL BOOKS; T. E. LAWRENCE; LAWRENCE OF ARABIA; CINERAMA WIDESCREEN SYSTEM; 20TH CENTURY; TWENTIETH CENTURY.

 
(ANESAKI, MASAHARU, DR.; CHAIRMAN, THE COMMITTEE ON BIBLIOGRAPHY)
A Short Bibliography on Japan in English
Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai (The Society for International Cultural Relations), (August 1934). (August 1934). Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai (The Society for International Cultural Relations), (August 1934). (August 1934). Good. - Small octavo, black wraps printed in gilt with vignette stamped in gilt on front wrap. Rubbed; head of spine chipped. Title, [1] leaf, 32 & [1] pp. Good.

A list of books in English on all aspects of Japanese history, culture and society. Good .

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Keywords: TRAVEL; HISTORY; BIBLIOGRAPHY; REFERENCE; JAPAN; CHECKLIST. (Travel). (Japan). A SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY ON JAPAN IN ENGLISH. (Anesaki, Masaharu, Dr.; Chairman, The Committee on Bibliography).

 
(ANONYMOUS)
Guide de Bricquebec
(Valognes, France: Imprimerie R. Le Reverend / Journal l'Union), 1924. 1924. (Valognes, France: Imprimerie R. Le Reverend / Journal l'Union), 1924. 1924. Good. - Octavo, stapled printed tan wraps with vignette in black on front wrap. The wraps are very lightly rubbed with the extremities slightly darkened. 16 pp. & [22] pp. of ads printed on green stock. The edges of the ad pages are darkened. B&W illustrations. Good.

A guide to the town and chateau of Bricquebec and to nearby places of interest. The text is in French. Good .

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Keywords: TRAVEL; FRANCE; FRENCH; VALOGNES; BRIQUEBEC; GUIDE; CHATEAU; ILLUSTRATIONS.

 
KUHN DE PROROK, BYRON (1896-1954). HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN AMATEUR ARCHAEOLOGIST, ANTHROPOLOGIST AND AUTHOR. REGARDED AS THE ORIGINAL TOMB RAIDER OR GRAVE ROBBER.
Billy Bow-Legs and the Storm God: The Seminole Indians Have a Human Advance Agent of the Weather - and Can Vanish Whenever a Hurricane Kicks Up". A Vintage Photographic Offprint Broadside, Apparently Published for Members of the Adventurers' Club of New York.
New York: Offprint from The American Weekly, September 24, 1944. 1944. - A 16-1/2 inch high by 11-1/2 inch wide broadside offprint on glossy paper. Apparently published for the members of the Adventurers' Club of New York, Count Byron de Prorok's essay, printed in four columns, is illustrated with a half-page depiction of Seminole Indians taking to the water in their Kayaks to seek shelter in caves as a storm approaches. A photographic illustration captioned "After the Hurricane at Long Key, Florida, Which the Seminoles Foretold Long Before the Weather Bureau" is reproduced beneath two columns of text at bottom left. Vignettes along the right depict a figurine and a portrait of Billy Bow-Legs, these are captioned "A Jadeite Figure of the Wind God of the Mayas Which Seminole Witch Doctors, Like Billy Bow-Legs (Right), Say Warns of Coming Hurricanes." Count Byron de Prorok's essay relates his travels to the everglades with James B. Pond to find out where the Seminoles would shelter during hurricanes. Folded in half horizontally with some light soiling and creases to the edges. Very good. Provenance: From the estate of James B. Pond who was President of the Adventurers' Club of New York in 1945. The Hungarian-American amateur archaeologist, anthropologist, and author Count Byron Kuhn de Prorok (1896-1954) is perhaps best known as the original tomb raider or grave robber. Prorok was notorious for removing artifacts from tombs and graves against the wishes of the countries and people who had claim to them. Prorok led several expeditions to Africa to pursue ancient legends and beleived he'd found proof that Atlantis lay in North Africa. He also said he had discovered the location of the Biblical land of Ophir and the temple where Alexander the Great became a god. Despite his being expelled from accredited bodies, Prorok was a member of the Adventurers' Club of New York and was a pioneer in using motion pictures to document his expeditions starting in 1920. Prorok is the author of "Digging for Lost African Gods", "Mysterious Sahara: The Land of Gold, of Sand and of Ruin", "Dead Men Do Tell tales" and "In Quest of Lost Worlds". RARE. Very good .
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Book number: 96044
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Keywords: TRAVEL & EXPLORATION; NATIVE AMERICANS; AMERICAN INDIANS; SEMINOLE; TWENTIETH CENTURY; ILLUSTRATED; ILLUSTRATIONS; BROADSIDE; OFFPRINT; THE AMERICAN WEEKLY; BILLY BOWLEG AND THE STORM GOD; THE SEMINOLE INSIAND HAVE A HUMAN ADVANCE AGENT OF THE WEATHER

 
HAULOT. ARTHUR
Flying the Colours of Belgium. Preface by John L. Brown. Translated and Adapted by Marnix Gijsen
Brussels: Editions Est-Ouest, (1964). (1964). Brussels: Editions Est-Ouest, (1964). (1964). Good. - Oblong 4to, tan cloth backed color pictorial paper covered boards (bumped; rear board soiled with small brown stains) titled in B&W. 131 pp. plus colophon (front hinge just starting; page edges darkened) printed on one side only. 26 color plates. Good.

From the library of Leonard Bernstein [Sotheby Sale 7070, Lot #144], inscribed to him on the front endpaper by the Commissioner of Tourism: "Au Maitre Leonard Bernstein, en signe de bienvenue a Bruxelles, et en temoignage de ma tres vive admiration / [?] / Commissaire general du Tourisme / 22/8/1968".

The author writes in his introductory "Letters to a Friend": "My purpose, in these few pages, is to invite you to wander around in our provinces, from Flanders to Wallonia, from Wallonia to Flanders, through Brabant looking for that 'multiple splendor' of a country whose narrow borders make all the more astonishing its vast natural and artistic variety." . Good .

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Book number: 638
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Keywords: TRAVEL; HISTORY; BELGIUM; WALLONIA; FLANDERS; BRABANT; ARTHUR HAULOT; JOHN L. BROWN; MARNIX GIJSEN; MUSIC; COMPOSER; CONDUCTOR; AMERICAN; LEONARD BERNSTEIN.

 
BAERLEIN, HENRY
Baltic Paradise
London, U.K.: Frederick Muller Ltd. (1943). (1943). London, U.K.: Frederick Muller Ltd. (1943). (1943). Good. - Octavo, cloth in a dust wrapper. The binding is bumped with the top edges of the covers dampstained. The head & tail of the spine are darkened & slightly chipped. The dust jacket is soiled & chipped with its flaps partially detached & pieces out of the head & tail of the spine, affecting the titling. The top edges of the panels are darkened. v & 159 pages. 14 black-and-white photographic illustrations. The top page corners in the rear half of the book are lightly bumped & 2 corners are creased. The upper halves of the pages are lightly rippled. There is a pencil marking in the margin of 1 page. Good only.

First edition.

From the library of American literary agent Harold Ober with his address label mounted on the front endpaper. The initials "JB" are penciled on the label. Ober [1881-1959] worked for the Paul R. Reynolds Literary Agency where he represented Jack London and H. G. Wells. In 1929, he opened his own agency, Harold Ober Associates, representing such authors as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Agatha Christie, William Faulkner, Pearl Buck and J. D. Salinger. Good .

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Catalogue: Travel
Keywords: TRAVEL; DENMARK; DANISH ISLAND; BORNHOLM; ARCHIPELAGO OF CHRISTIANSO; BALTIC PARADISE; HENRY BAERLEIN; ILLUSTRATIONS; AMERICAN LITERARY AGENT; HAOLD OBER; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION.

 
BALANENKO, YURY; BEREZIN, ALEXANDER
Moscow
Moscow: Planeta Publishers, (1975). (1975). Moscow: Planeta Publishers, (1975). (1975). Very good. - Quarto [13-1/2 inches high by 10-1/2 inches wide], cloth, in a dust wrapper. 207 pages plus colophon. There is a lengthy gift inscription on the front endpaper. Profuse black-and-white & color illustrations, including 2 folding panoramic views. Very good.

First edition in English. Very good .

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Book number: 22658
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Catalogue: Travel
Keywords: TRAVEL; HISTORY; USSR; MOSCOW; YURY BALANENKO; ALEXANDER BEREZIN; ILLUSTRATIONS; FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH; 1ST EDITION IN ENGLISH.

 
BARFOD, PIE; BORNEMANN, CLAUS; PETERSEN, HJALMAR; EDITORS
Bogen Om Gronland: Kalatdlit-Nunanik Atuagkiak
Kobenhavn [Denmark]: Politikens Forlag, 1968. 1968. Kobenhavn [Denmark]: Politikens Forlag, 1968. 1968. Good. - Small octavo, pictorial paper covered boards. The binding is lightly bumped and the spine is a bit darkened with a stain to the tail. 383 & [1] pages. Numerous black-and-white illustrations & maps. The page edges are darkened. Good.

Second edition.

A handbook on Greenland. The text is in Danish. Good .

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Book number: 30740
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Catalogue: Travel & History
Keywords: TRAVEL & HISTORY; REFERENCE; HANDBOOK; GREENLAND; BOGEN OM GRONLAND: Kalatdlit-nunanik atuagkiak; PIE BARFOD; CLAUS BORNEMANN; HJALMAR PETERSEN; MAPS; ILLUSTRATIONS.

 
BARTIER, JOHN; MARTENS, MINA; MARTINY, VICTOR-GASTON; BRUNARD, ANDREE
The Grand-Place of Brussels: The Heart of a City
(Brussels-Liege): Editions Desoer, (1967). (1967). (Brussels-Liege): Editions Desoer, (1967). (1967). Good. - ("Land of Art" series). 4to, tan cloth (bumped; small white stain & tiny dent to rear cover) titled in gilt with vignette stamped in gilt on front cover, in dw (chipped & lightly rubbed; crease & short tears to top edge of rear panel; tear to head of dw spine with small piece out). 199 pp. plus colophon (page edges darkened; crease to front endpaper). Profusely illustrated in sepia, B&W & color, including illustrations from photographs by Jacques Picard, Hermann Weisweiler & Paul Bijtebier. Good.

From the library of Leonard Bernstein [Sotheby Sale 7070, Lot #144].

Translated from the French by B. Bardwell. Series editor Marc Vokaer writes in an introductory note: "The Grand-Place has the same attraction for the traveller passing through Brussels as St. Mark's Square has for the visitor to Venice. Both sites have this characteristic in common: despite the differences in style between the contrasting elements of their buildings a harmonious architectural unity has finally been achieved. It is worth a visit for its art alone. But..for anyone interested in history, its past is a mine of information concerning the origins of Brussels and the life of the city." . Good .

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Book number: 29678
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.75 | £UK 14.25 | JP¥ 2193]
Keywords: TRAVEL; HISTORY; BELGIUM; BRUSSELS; GRAND-PLACE; ART; ARCHITECTURE; MINA MARTENS; VICTOR-GASTON MARTINY; ANDREE BRUNARD; JACQUES PICARD; HERMANN WEISWEILER PAUL BIJTEBIER; ILLUSTRATED; MARC VOKAER; MUSIC; COMPOSER; CONDUCTOR; LEONARD BERNSTEIN.

 
(BAUM, MARJORIE JACKSON). BLAU, ERIC
Let Me Tell You About Moses: An Experience of Israel
Indianopolis/New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. (1972). (1972). Indianopolis/New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. (1972). (1972). Very good. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY ERIC BLAU - Quarto [approximately 11-1/4 inches high by 8-3/4 inches wide], cloth in a dust wrapper. The binding is lightly bumped & rubbed & the top & bottom edges are slightly faded. There is a tiny stain to the front cover. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed & chipped with the tail of its spine torn. 90 & [5] pages. Profuse black-and- white photographic illustrations by Marjorie Jackson Baum. Very good.

Inscribed and signed in full by Eric Blau on the half-title. Blau wrote and co-produced "Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris".

Texts [poems] by Eric Blau, photographs by Marjorie Jackson Baum. Very good .

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Keywords: TRAVEL; ISRAEL; LITERATURE; POETRY; POEMS; ERIC BLAU; INSCRIBED; SIGNED; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; ILLUSTRATIONS; PHOTOGRAPHY; PHOTOGRAPHER; MARJORIE JACKSON BAUM; LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT MOSES: AN EXPERIENCE OF ISRAEL; JEWS.

 
BAYNE, S. G
A Fantasy of Mediterranean Travel
NY and London: Harper Brothers Publishers, 1909. 1909. NY and London: Harper Brothers Publishers, 1909. 1909. Good. - 8vo, pictorial cloth (bumped & lightly soiled; small red stains to front cover) titled in gilt on spine & in orange on front cover. vii,[iii], 103 & [1] pp. Frontispiece & 34 illustrations on 32 plates. Very good internally.

Inscribed by the author on the front endpaper. Good .

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