Travels Of James Bruce Through Part Of Africa, Syria, Egypt, And Arabia Into Abyssinia To Discover The Source Of The Nile.
London: W. & R. Chambers, nd. (191-?)
orig. green pictorial cloth,
viii, 358, (2)pp.ads. Ownership inscription o/w a fine copy.
A Glimpse of Eden. With drawings by Victor Ambrus.
London: Collins, 1968.
224pp. Fine in a nice d/w.
The impact that this East African safari had on Evelyn Ames, her husband and friends...
DE GRAMONT, Sanche.
The Strong Brown God. The Story of the Niger River.
London: Hart Davis, MacGibbon, (1975). First edition.
350pp. Fine in d/w.
Story of the European explorers who tried, first to find the fabled river and then, to reach its mysterious mouth. A fascinating book.
New York: Random House, (1967). First edition. Signed by the author.
292pp. Fine in a d/w with wear to the spine ends.
"the author portrays in depth and with vivid detail the real animals of Africa as they live in their natural land."
Africa on a Shoestring.
London: Mills & Boon, (1960). First edition.
190pp. Very good in a chipped and worn d/w.
Forever Free. Elsa's Pride.
London: Collins & Harvill, 1962. First edition.
192pp. Piece ripped off front e/paper o/w fine in a d/w with some wear to spine ends.
The Spotted Sphinx.
New York: Harcourt Brace & World, (1969). First U.S. edition.
313pp. Adamson's account of returning a cheetah to the wild.
Fine in a near fine d/w.
AFRICA). DEBENHAM, Frank.
London: G. Bell & Sons, 1953. First edition.
(200)pp. Bit of rubbing to foot of the spine o/w near fine.
Journeys through the Kalahari desert studying the people, animals, birds and plant life.
AFRICA). MARRIOTT, Michael.
Desert Taxi The Story of an Achievement by a Veteran London Taxi Cab.
London: Longmans, Green, (1956). First edition.
viii, 150pp. Fine in d/w with wear to the top of the spine.
Across the Sahara desert from Algiers to Kano (Nigeria) in a 20 year old London taxi.
AFRICA). McLYNN, Frank.
Hearts of Darkness. The European Exploration .
New York: Carroll & Graf, (1992). First edition.
Cloth backed boards,
x, 390pp. Fine in d/w.
Story of the Victorians who explored Africa; Livingstone, Stanley, Burton, Speke and Baker.
AFRICA). LANGEWIESCHE, William.
Sahara Unveiled. A Journey Across The Desert.
New York: Pantheon, (1996). First edition.
(302)pp. Fine in d/w.
AFRICA). Mutwa, Credo Vusa'Mazulu.
My People the Incredible Writings of.....
Johannesburg: Blue Crane Books, nd.
257pp. Fine in a worn d/w.
AKELEY, Mary Jobe.
Carl Akeley's Africa. The Account of the Akeley-Eastman-Pomeroy African Hall Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History.
New York: Blue Ribbon Books, (1931). Reprint.
321pp. A good copy.
AKELEY, Mary L. Jobe.
Rumble of a Distant Drum. A True Story of the African Hinterland.
New York: Dodd, Mead, 1961.
364pp. A nice copy in a very good d/w.
Experience of the author and a ten year old Watusi girl who travelled across Africa with her.
The Question. Translated from the French by John Calder. Preface by Jean-Paul Sarte.
London: John Calder, (1958). First edition in English.
96pp. Fine in a near fine d/w.
A Wayfarer In North Africa. Tunisia and Algeria.
London: Methuen & Co., (1931). First edition.
orig. red cloth,
243pp. Some notes in pencil o/w a near fine copy.
Curtain-Up On South Africa. Presenting a National Drama.
Cape Town: Purnell and Sons, (1960). First edition.
276pp. Tape marks on pastedowns and e/papers o/w a nice copy in d/w.
AMAN. Told to BARNES, Virginia Lee and Janice Boddy.
Aman. The Story of a Somali Girl By Aman. As told to ....
(London): Bloomsbury, (1994). First edition.
349pp. Fine in d/w.
ANDERSON, Andrew A.
Twenty-Five Years In A Waggon. Sport and Travel in South Africa.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1888. New edition in One Volume. (so stated).
orig. green cloth,
(xiv), (424), 40pp.ads dated "April 1889." Inscription on halftitle, inner hinges cracked but o/w a near fine copy.
".....Mr. Anderson's book is almost unique of its kind. The author has undoubtedly a long and intimate acquaintance with those portions of the Dark Continent he so well describes....."
ANDERSON, William Ashley.
South of Suez.
New York: Robert McBride, 1920. First edition.
orig. tan pictorial cloth,
xii, 240pp. Fine.