Title: The Land of To-Morrow: a Mule-Back Trek ...
Publisher: H. F. & G. Witherby, London
Publication Date: 1927
Binding: Original Cloth
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket
Edition: First Edition.
224 pages + frontis + five plates + folding map. Illustrated. Purple cloth covers. Spine faded. Some wear to cloth at spine ends. Cloth covers faded. Offsetting to endpapers. Minor foxing. NB: The plate listed as facing page 102 is present but has been bound in facing page 192. Contents: El Dorado; Up the Panama and Paraguay; Corumba; A Commercial Fiasco; A Bolivian Port; I Start Inland; Mainly Entomological; Beyond the Swamp; A Forest Tragedy; San Jose; I Meet a Friend; San Simon and other matters; Concepcion; Don Dario takes a hand; Concerning Barbaros; The Monte Grande; Santa Cruz; The Long Trail South; Still Southward; The Last Lap. Owner's name on page edges - "Elsdon Best". Inscription to "Elsdon" on front pastedown. Elsdon Best was the author of several anthropological works on the Maori of New Zealand, including the classic work "Tuhoe. Children of the Mist". Uncommon. ; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 002625
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