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Globe Trotting with a Surgeon [Globetrotting]

By Peacock, Alexander H. (Hamilton)

Seattle, WA: The Press of Lowman & Hanford Co., 1936. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Book shows mild wear and a touch of aging, sound and clean. Jacket in lined mylar protector, has some smaller edge and corner chips, the biggest about a half-inch out of the corner of the upper spine. Inscription reads: "To an excellent nurse and fellow Pennsylvanian, Mrs. J. G. ____. Sincerely," and signe by the author below.. Signed. Edition Unstated; Inscribed. Hard Cover. Very Good-/Good-. Octavo.


Wintering on the Cortez
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Wintering on the Cortez

By Nelson, John C.

Titusville, FL: Four Seasons Publishers, 1999. INSCRIBED,"To Frank, Feliz Viaje," and SIGNED by the author. The book got wet at some point long ago, and has a ripple to the pages of the last quarter or so, though it isn't so bad really and doesn't have staining. The book otherwise appears to be VG, with mild wear, rubs, etc.. Signed. First Printing. Paperback. Acceptable. Octavo.


Within the Earth, a Mountain: Letters from My Daughter in Nepal

By Lewis, Harriet

Kelly, WY: Backroads, 1988. Moderate general wear, with light rubs to covers, text unmarked and basically VG.. Edition Unstated. Paperback. Good+. Octavo.


EXPLOSION OF WORLD TRAVEL: An Address Presented to Humboldt State University by Curt R. Strand, President of Hilton International, on October 27, 1983 (The Monroe E. Spaght Distinguished Lecture Series)

By Strand, Curt R.

Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University, 1983. Ex-Library, but still sound and basically VG otherwise; with usual lib. ownership and discard marks, bar code and catalog stickers to front endpaper; no labels to exterior. Book shows minor wear only otherwise; text well bound and else clean. No jacket, as issued. Bound in publisher's original green boards. From a professional bookseller, independent since 1997. All orders packaged with care.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Very Good/No Jacket. Octavo.


REVEREND SAMUEL DAVIES ABROAD: The Diary of a Journey to England and Scotland, 1753-55

By Davies, Samuel; George William Pilcher, ed.

Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1967. Essentially VG condition, but with usual university library ownership and discard stamps, pocket and bar code sticker to endpaper; else soundly bound, unmarked text. Catalog sticker has come free neatly from lower spine; only minor wear to book. No Jacket.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Very Good/No Jacket. Octavo.


Foreign Experiences of an American Girl

By Miller, Elizabeth E.

Meadville, PA: Published by the Author, Messenger Printing, 1895. The first privately published edition, not a reprinting; in original pale blue cloth with black titles. Sound book, with moderate wear, some rubbing and discolorations of the covers, some age-toning to page paper. No marks, hinges and binding strong.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.



By Belloc, Hilaire

New York: Sheed & Ward, 1941. First Printing stated on copyright page. Prev. owner has tipped in or affixed a few images related to the author or travel in the book (three still affixed, other clippings laid in). Moderate aging, minor general wear to book; spine darkened, but the titles are still legigle there. No dust jacket.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Octavo.


Stifters Rosenhaus und Kafkas Schloss: Reisebilder eines Literaturtouristen (Schloß)

By Grieser, Dietmar

Wien, Austria: Amalthea, 1995. GERMAN LANGUAGE. Clean and sound, in like jacket, with minimal shelfwear. "Kafka's Castle and Founder Rosenhaus: Travel Pictures of a Literary Tourist.". Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Octavo.


Arabere og Kabyler: Skildringer

By Etlar, Carit

Chicago, IL: Skandinavens Boghandel, 1886. Worn but still useful copy. Hinges starting to split and shaken internally, block of text still holding well despite a few weak spots. Page paper toned with age. Covers show wear at corners and edges, with fray to cloth spine. In original printed board covers. In DANISH old script. Prev. owner's name stamps and dragon image stamped to endpapers. Contains some nice pictorial engravings.. Hard Cover. Fair. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.


Letters Home

By Barker, Britt

Berlin, OH: Graphic Publications, 1988. The original edition, printing unstated. Some wear at corners and edges, a small tear to upper back cover, minor smudges to covers. Text unmarked and well bound.. Apparent First Edition. Soft Cover, Staplebound. Good. Quarto.


Tiger Balm: Travels in Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia

By Stewart, Lucretia

London: Chatto & Windus, 1998. Reading copy. This book has seen some travels, but is still sound and useful. Fairly heavy creasing to covers, corner wear, minor and faint moisture stain affecting fore-edge margin of pages. Text unmarked but with a doodle to blank rear endpage.. Second Edition. Trade Paperback. Acceptable. Octavo.


THE EXPEDITION OF LEWIS AND CLARK, Volume 1 (March of America Facsimile Series)

By Lewis, Meriwether; Paul Allen, ed.

Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1966. Bound in blue cloth, 498 pages; reproduces in facsimile the pages of Vol. 1 of the original from 1814, from the two-vol. Bradford and Inkeep edition. Usual ownership and discard stamps, minor pocket removal signs to front endpaper, faint pink stain to upper page edge (not page faces. Text clean and well bound, moderate, minor general shelfwear otherwise.. Facsimile Reissue. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Good/No Jacket. Octavo.


The Cream of Europe for the Motorist: How to Make an Eclectic Continental Tour

By Freeston, Charles L.

London: Automobile Association, 1928. Wear to covers, with rubbing, discolorations and beverage rings to front--this book really seems to have made the tour. Tastefully-done repairs using flexible adhesive to short splits at spine tips of joints, general shelf rubs, spine darkening. Text has corner fold creases here and there, some aging, block well bound, one later page has a tape-repaired tear to it. "Members Copy" (printed on front cover) edition; a real period piece.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair to Good-/No Jacket.


Roundabout Europe

By Peck, Anne Merriman

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1931. Text clean and well bound, with mild age-toning; prev. owner name to flyleaf. Covers with moderate shelfwear, a touch of sunning and a small brown stain spot to spine.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good+/No Jacket. Octavo.


AA Concise Road Book of Europe (Based On The A A Road Book Of Europe)

By A A (AA) of Europe

New York & Basinstoke: W W Norton & Co./Drive Publicatioins, 1979. Text well bound, one marked page, else with mild wear, straight.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.


SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD (LES SEPT MERVEILLES DU MONDE): A Resource Guide for Planning the Trip of a Lifetime

By Mecham, Randy, ed.; Pam Gray, et al.

Compass Logistics Press/Eddie Bauer, 2000. Text clean and well bound, with minor wear only. NOTE: there is a pocket in back, but it is emply; it is unknown whether this is just for your travel notes or actually contained something like a map. Text fully in English. In original cloth spine over pictorial boards, metal ring binding inside; 121 pages plus card chapter dividers.. Edition Unstated. Hard Cover, Spiral Bound. Very Good. Illus. by Jim Dixon & Caroline Dixon.


Living and Working in Germany: A Survival Handbook
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Living and Working in Germany: A Survival Handbook

By Daws, Nick

London: Survival Books, 2000. Clean and well bound; quite minor wear only, slight spine crease.. Trade Paperback. Very Good.


Beautiful Ireland: Reminiscences of Erin and Her Children

By Crowley, Rev. T. L.

New York: Rosary Magazine Publishers, 1914. PLEASE NOTE, AS IS!: TWO FLAWS--page leaf 13/14 has a photo clipped out, taking about half the page; page leaf 111/112 has been clipped out entirely, though not compromising binding. Else Good+. Otherwise this is quite a nice copy, with mild wear and aging, otherwise sound; in original green cloth, gilt titles and decorations bright.. Edition Unstated. Hard Cover. As Is/No Jacket. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.


Sonoma Coast: Wine Country and Redwood Forests

By Matson, Robert W.

Santa Rosa, CA, U.S.A.: Sea Wolf Publishing, 2000. "The Guide to Conscious Tourism." With very slight shelfwear only; clean and well bound text, with no spine creasing.. Third Edition. Trade Paperback. Fine.


TRAVELS IN THREE CONTINENTS: Europe, Africa, Asia (The Black Heritage Library Collection)

By Buckley, James Monroe

Freeport: Books for Libraries Press, 1972. An essentially VG copy, though with the usual library stamps, pocket. Text is clean, with page block tight. Hinges slightly shaken, but not breaking. Bound in black cloth covers. A facsimile reprinting of the 1894 edition.. Reissue. Full Cloth. Ex-Library, else Very Good/No Jacket.