Book list East Africa 1900-1929

Book List EA 1900-1929

Rare Red books included in this list. It took Peter years to find them as some are very rare.

 Details as follows:- Author, Title, Publisher, Place, Publish date, Edition, Size, Pages, Illustrations, Maps, Binding, Condition, Comments, Stock ID, Sales Price.

 Photos and more information available on request. 

“””The Sportsman”” (comp. & ed.)”, BRITISH SPORTS AND SPORTSMEN – Big Game Hunting and Angling, British Sports and Sportsmen, London, 1914, 1st, 11 x 15, xiii + 593, 78 Photogravures and numerous B/W photos, “Rebound in tan cloth with leather spine labels, teg”, “No. 480 of limited edition of 1000 copies, some pages damp affected hence rebind ,   not affecting text or illustrations, O/W V. Good”, Elephant Folio (11.5 ins x 15.5 ins). Articles include ‘Big Game Hunting in Africa’ by F.C. Selous; ‘Elephant Hunting in German East Africa’ by James Sutherland; many others. A truly sumptious volume,

Ref 6185, £125.00

 

“Anderson-Morshead, A.E.M”, THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITIES’ MISSION TO C. AFRICA 1859-1909, UMCA, London, 1909, “New, revised”, 5.5 x 8.25, xxix + 448, profusely with B/W Photos, 1 + 1 Folding at end, Orig blue cloth, “darkening to page edges, spine split at top and faded ,   grubby, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 1318, £20.00

 

“Anderson-Morshead, A.E.M”, THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITIES’ MISSION TO C. AFRICA 1859-1909, UMCA, London, 1909, “New, revised”, 5.5 x 8.25, xxix + 448, profusely with B/W Photos, 1 + 1 Folding at end, Orig red cloth, “darkening to page edges, spine grubby, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 6867, £10.00

 

Anon, “HANDBOOK FOR EAST AFRICA,UGANDA & ZANZIBAR – 1907”, East African Standard, Mombasa, 1907, “5 x 7.5 ,   400”, 300 + iii + xx (Ads), ,  1 folding at end, Orig. red cloth gilt, “hinges broken, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 4942, £100.00

 

Anon, KENYA GRAPHIC – No 1 – New Year 1922, The Farmers’ Journal/Swift Press, Nairobi, 1922, 1st, 9.5 x 15, 118 + Ads, profusely with B/W photos, Orig. pictorial paper, covers detached and some damage to a few pages. Otherwise complete and V. Good, Very rare interesting journal,

Ref 7278, £150.00

 

Anon, “THE DIRECTORY OF EAST AFRICA, UGANDA & ZANZIBAR – 1912 – “”The Red Book”””, The Standard Printing & Publishing Works, Nairobi, 1912, 1st, 5 x 7.75, 273 + xlv Ads. + Prelims., Frontis. + 2 colour, Orig. red cloth gilt, “covers heavily worm eaten and some worming to pages not affecting text, Reading copy only”,

Ref 7145, £50.00 Sold

 

Anon, THE PRINCE’S VISIT TO EASTERN AFRICA – 1928, E.A. Standard, Nairobi, 1928, 1st, 9 x 11.5, profusely, Orig. blue cloth, “Covers grubby, rebacked, edge of rear cover worn, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 6205, £50.00

 

Anon, THE CHURCH MISSIONARY GLEANER – Vol XLIII – 1916, CMS, London, 1916, 8.5 x 11, 152 + Local, numerous in text, several, Orig. red decorated blind-stamped cloth, “spine faded, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 5336, £30.00

 

Anon, “HANDBOOK FOR EAST AFRICA, UGANDA & ZANZIBAR – 1904”, ,  Mombasa, 1903, “5 x 7.5, 300”, iii + 223 + xi Ads, 1 folding in rear pocket, Orig. red cloth gilt, “spine faded, title page repaired with tape, inscription to Sir George Whitehouse from A.A.?, V. Good”,

Ref 4736, £250

 

Anon, “HANDBOOK FOR EAST AFRICA, UGANDA & ZANZIBAR – 1906”, East African Standard, Mombasa, 1906, “5 x 7.5, 400”, 262 + xvii Ads, Orig. red cloth gilt, V. Good,

Ref 3628, £250

 

Anon, THE EAST AFRICAN RED BOOK FOR 1922-23, East African Standard, Nairobi, 1922, “6 x 9.5 ,   950”, 617, 4 B/W Photos, Orig. red dec. cloth, “spine grubby ,   frayed and split ,   ex lib. stamps generally Good”,

Ref 2537, £60.00

 

Anon, “HANDBOOK FOR EAST AFRICA, UGANDA & ZANZIBAR – 1905”, Mombasa, 1905, “5 x 7.5, 400”, 256 + xv Ads, Orig. red cloth gilt, V. Good,

Ref 2536, £250

 

Anon, THE EAST AFRICAN RED BOOK FOR 1925-26, East African Standard, Nairobi, 1925, “6 x 9.5, 1100”, 722, 3 B/W Photos, Orig. red dec. cloth, “spine frayed and split, generally V. Good”,

Ref 2534, £50.00

 

Anon, THE CHURCH MISSIONARY GLEANER – Vol XXVII – 1900, CMS, London, 1900, ,  “8.5 x 11 ,   700”, 196, numerous in text, several, Orig. blue decorated blind-stamped cloth gilt, “spine rubbed and worn ,   f.fep loose ,   O/W V. Good”,

Ref 5966, £30.00

 

Anon, THE CHURCH MISSIONARY GLEANER – Vol XXXVIII – 1911, CMS, London, 1911, 8.5 x 11, 192, numerous in text, several, Orig. red decorated gilt and blind-stamped cloth, V. Good,

Ref 8137, £30.00

 

Anon, THE PRINCE’S VISIT TO EASTERN AFRICA – 1928, E.A. Standard, Nairobi, 1928, 2nd, 9 x 11.5, profusely, Orig. blue cloth, “Covers grubby, hinges tender, covers bumped and worn, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 8134, £30.00

 

Anon, NOTES FOR OFFICERS APPOINTED TO EAST AFRICA AND UGANDA, HM Govt, London, 1914, 4.5 x 7, 78 + Notes, Orig. green cloth gilt, V. Good,

Ref 8065, £40.00

 

Anon, “THE DIRECTORY OF EAST AFRICA, UGANDA & ZANZIBAR – 1909 – “”The Red Book”””, The Standard Printing & Publishing Works, Nairobi, 1909, 1st, 5 x 7.75, 296 + xxxxiv Ads. + Prelims. Orig. red cloth gilt, “rebacked, tight, slight soiling to covers, spine grubby, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 7988, £350.00

 

 

 

“Austin, Herbert H.”, WITH MACDONALD IN UGANDA, Edward Arnold, London, 1903, 1st, 6 x 9, xvi + 314, 16 B/W photos, 1 folding, Orig. red cloth gilt, “slight mark to upper cover ,   light foxing, stamp to first page of Introduction, map missing, O/W V. Good”, “important account of McDonald’s time in East Africa, initially on the Railway Survey”,

Ref 5663, £75.00

 

“Bronson, Edgar Beecher”, IN CLOSED TERRITORY, A.C. McClurg & Co., Chicago, 1910, 1st, “5.5 x 8.25, 800”, xx + 299, nearly 100 B/W photos, 2, Orig. tan pictorial cloth, “front hinge cracked ,   slight foxing to prelims ,   spine grubby, signed inscription from the Author O/W V. Good”, “the author was given permission to hunt in the ‘Closed Territory’ of the Loita Masai, Kisii, Sotik etc. in 1908. Scarce and collected”,

Ref 7985, £175.00

 

“Brooke, Brian ‘Korongo'”, POEMS, “John Lane, The Bodley Head”, London, 1918, 2nd, “5 x 7.5 ,   300”, 183, 9 B/W Plates, ,  Orig. brown cloth, “covers worn and damp affected ,   first few pages badly damp stained, O/W contents Good”, The author was a hunter and soldier in East Africa and was killed in action in France. Scarce in any edition,

Ref 2472, £25.00

 

“Butler ,   Frank Hedges”, “FIFTY YEARS OF TRAVEL BY LAND WATER, AND AIR”, T. Fisher Unwin Ltd, London, 1921, 1st reprint, 6 x 9, 421, 89 B/W, ,  “Orig. blue dec. cloth ,   bookplate vignette on upper cover.”, spine faded but still a V. Good tight copy, Chapter on big-game hunting safari in East Africa in 1912 with Major Dooner as hunter guide,

Ref 7602, £35.00

 

C.M.S., PROCEEDINGS OF THE CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY FOR AFRICA AND THE EAST – 1899-1900, CMS, London, 1900, ,  5.5 x 8.25, xcvi + 414 + Ads, ,  numerous, “Orig. paper ,   boards missing”, Good reference copy,

Ref 7384, £50.00

 

“Carpenter ,   Frank G.”, CARPENTER’S WORLD TRAVELS – UGANDA TO THE CAPE, William Heinemann, London, 1924, 1st, 6 x 9.25, xiv + 263, profusely with B/W photos, F. & r. eps, Orig. pictorial cloth, V. Good, “experiences in Uganda ,   Tanganyika ,   Zanzibar and southwards to the Cape”,

Ref 7552, £35.00

 

“Chapman ,   Abel”, ON SAFARI, Edward Arnold, London, 1908, 1st, 6 x 9, xvi + 340 + 16pp Ads, profusely with line drawings and B/W photos, several, Orig. black cloth gilt with elephant on front cover, “Slght wear to hinges and corners and edges of boards ,   O/W V. Good”,

Ref 8235, £250.00

 

“Chilvers ,   Hedley A.”, THE SEVEN WONDERS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, S. African Railways & Harbours, Johannesburg, 1929, 1st, 5.75 x 8.5, xiii + 394, 18 Col. Plates Numerous B/W, f. & r. eps, Orig. red cloth, Darkening to covers & spine with some damp mottling. O/W Good, covers South Africa northwards to Kenya,

Ref 57, £5.00

 

“Chilvers ,   Hedley A.”, THE SEVEN WONDERS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, S.A Railways and Harbours, Johannesburg, 1929, 1st, 5.75 x 8.5, xiii + 386, 18 Colour plates + profuse B/W, ,  Orig. red cloth, Spine faded. Shaken. Hinges cracked. Good, covers South Africa northwards to Kenya,

Ref 58, £3.00

 

“Church ,   Major Archibald”, EAST AFRICA – A New Dominion, H.F. & G. Witherby, London, 1928, 1st, 5.75 x 9, 315, Frontis + 11 B/W photos, 1, Orig. black cloth gilt, V. Good, A Crucial Experiment in Tropical Development and its Significance to the British Empire,

Ref 7553, £30.00

 

“Cory ,   G.E.”, “THE RISE OF SOUTH AFRICA ,   VOL II – 1820-1834”, “Longmans ,   Green & Co.”, London, 1913, 1st, 6 x 9, xvi + 489, 38 B/W, 2, Orig. black cloth, “Covers bumped and worn ,   some foxing throughout ,   Good”,

Ref 658, £15.00

 

“Court Treatt ,   Stella”, CAPE TO CAIRO – The Record of a Historic Motor Journey, Harrap, London, 1927, 1st, 6 x 9, 251, 64 B/W Plates, 1 folding at end, Orig. black dec. cloth, “some light foxing to prelims ,   O/W V. Good”, adventurous journey in 1925/26,

Ref 7627, £50.00

 

“Craster , Captain J.E.E.”, “PEMBA , THE SPICE ISLAND OF ZANZIBAR”, T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1913, 1st, 5.75 x 9, 351, 30 B/W Photos, ,  Orig. blue cloth gilt, “Ex. Lib. Unobtrusive stamps throughout ,   gilt number on spine ,   front hings starting ,   remains of label inside front cover ,   O/W V. Good Titling crisp”,

Ref 8212, £100.00

 

“Crawford ,   E. May”, BY THE EQUATOR’S SNOWY PEAK, Church Missionary Soc., London, 1913, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75 ,   600”, 176, “23 B/W Photos ,   1 colour”, 1, “Orig. green cloth – photo of warrior on front cover ,   with v. tatty dustwrapper”, “Front fep missing ,   O/W V. Good”, medical missionary work and travel in British East Africa,

Ref 2402, £75.00

 

“Crawford ,   E. May”, BY THE EQUATOR’S SNOWY PEAK, Church Missionary Soc., London, 1913, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, 176, “23 B/W Photos ,   1 colour”, 1, Orig. green cloth – photo of warrior on f. cover, “Spine darkened ,   Good”, medical missionary work and travel in British East Africa,

Ref 513, £25.00

 

“Crespigny, Sir Claude Champion de ,   Bt.”, FORTY YEARS OF A SPORTSMAN’S LIFE, Mills & Boon, London, 1910, 3rd, 5.25 x 7.75, viii + 318 + Ads, “Frontis. ,   16 B/W ,   1 Col.”, ,  Orig. blue cloth, “Spine grubby with fraying to head and tail ,   O/W V. Good”, chapter on big game hunting and soldiering in British East Africa in 1905,

Ref 7830, £30.00

 

“Cromer ,   The Earl of”, MODERN EGYPT – Vol 1, Macmillan & Co., London, 1908, 1st, 6 x 9, xviii + 594, Frontis., 1 folding, Orig. blue cloth, “Hinges cracked ,   covers grubby ,   O/W Good. Volume 1 (of 2) only”,

Ref 737, £10.00

 

“Darley ,   Major Henry”, SLAVES AND IVORY, H.F. & G. Witherby, London, 1926, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75 ,   750”, xviii + 219, 9 B/W Photos, 2, Orig. green cloth, “Press cuttings stuck to f. free endpaper ,   Foxing to prelims ,   ex owner’s signature ,   O/W V. Good Scarce in First edition”, “A Record of Adventure and Exploration in the Unknown Sudan ,   and Among the Abyssinian Slave-Raiders. Author was Frontier Agent at Maji in Abyssinia”,

Ref 8230, £50.00 Sold

 

“Davis ,   A. and H.G. Robertson”, CHRONICLES OF KENYA, Cecil Palmer, London, 1928, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75 ,   550”, 311, Orig. red cloth, “Foxing to first and last few pages ,   O/W V. Good”, “Fictional parodies of Kenya life and politics, scarce”,

Ref 6282, £25.00

 

“Davis ,   A. and H.G. Robertson”, CHRONICLES OF KENYA, Cecil Palmer, London, 1929, 2nd, “5.75 x 8.75 ,   550”, 311, ,  , Orig. red cloth, “spine faded ,   upper hinge cracked ,   O/W V. Good”, “Fictional parodies of Kenya life and politics, scarce”,

Ref 6837, £20.00

 

“Dickinson ,   F.A.”, LAKE VICTORIA TO KHARTOUM WITH RIFLE AND CAMERA, “John Lane ,   The Bodley Head”, London, 1910, 1st, “5.75 x 9 ,   1000”, xix + 334 + Ads, Frontis. + 47 plates, ,  “Orig. red cloth gilt ,   teg”, “slight fading to spine ,   small old dmp mark at top of spine ,   top edge rubbed ,   ink spots on upper cover ,   O/W V. Good”,

Ref 8023, £105.00

 

“Dugmore ,   A. Radclyffe”, CAMERA ADVENTURES IN THE AFRICAN WILDS, Heinemann, London, 1910, 1st, 8.25 x 11.5, xviii +231, Numerous B/W Photos, 1, “Orig. red cloth gilt ,   teg”, “Light foxing to prelims ,   rebacked ,   corners rubbed ,   O.W V. Good”, Excellent early photographs,

Ref 6587, £55.00

 

“Dugmore ,   Major A. Radclyffe”, THE WONDERLAND OF BIG GAME, Arrowsmith, London, 1925, 1st, “7.75 x 9.75 ,   1300”, 288, 8 Mono. paintings + 52 B/W, 1, Orig. green cloth, “some foxing throughout ,   covers very worn bumped and soiled ,   spine half detached ,   Reading copy”, An account of the author’s two trips through Tanganyika & Kenya,

Ref 5580, £10.00

 

East African Standard, “””THE RED BOOK”” 1919 – THE ‘STANDARD’ BRITISH EAST AFRICA & UGANDA HANDBOOK AND DIRECTORY”, East African Standard, Nairobi, 1919, 1st, 5.5 x 7.75, xx+648, 4 B/W Portraits, ,  Orig. red library cloth, “Ex. Lib. Stamp and label inside f. cover ,   pages browned O/W V. Good”,

Ref 7959, £250.00

 

“Fitzpatrick ,   Sir Percy”, JOCK OF THE BUSHVELD, “Longmans ,   Green ,   and Co.”, London, 1911, abridged ed., 5 x 7.5, x + 182, Coloured Frontis. + 8 plates, ,  “Orig. blue cloth ,   gilt ,   vignette on upper board”, “eps darkened ,   O/W V. Good”,

Ref 5502, £25.00

 

“Hall ,   Miss F.E.R.”, “””IN FULL AND GLAD SURRENDER”” – The Story of the Life and Work of Martin J. Hall”, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1905, 1st, “5.5 x 8.25 ,   700”, xvi + 386, photographs & drawings, 1 folding at end, Orig. brown cloth gilt, “upper hinge cracked ,   fraying to spine ,   slight spotting ,   O/W V. Good”, Martin Hall travelled to Africa in 1895 to fulfil his mission to Uganda but was drowned at the South end of Lake Victoria. Includes extracts from his diary.

Ref 2723, £45.00

 

“Hamilton, R. W. (comp.)”, EAST AFRICA PROTECTORATE – LAW REPORTS 1897-1905 – Volume 1, 1906, ,  “6 x 9.75 ,   600”, viii + 168, Orig. maroon cloth gilt, “spine faded ,   foxing to eps ,   O/W V. Good. Winterton copy.”,

Ref 8144, £50.00

 

“Hobley ,   C.W.”, KENYA FROM CHARTERED COMPANY TO CROWN COLONY, H.F. & G. Witherby, London, 1929, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75 ,   800”, 256, Frontis. + 18 B/W photos, ,  Orig. blue cloth, “eps darkened ,   O/W Fine”,

Ref 7564, £75.00

 

“Johnson ,   Martin”, LION – AFRICAN ADVENTURE WITH THE KING OF BEASTS, Putnams, New York, 1929, 1st, 6.5 x 9.5, xiii + 281, 63 B/W Photos, 1 folding at end, Orig. red cloth, “F. hinge cracked ,   top & bottom of spine frayed ,   3 pages of plates missing ,   O/W Good”,

Ref 865, £12.00

 

“Kearton ,   Cherry”, IN THE LAND OF THE LION, Arrowsmith, London, 1929, 1st repr, 6 x 8.75, 256, 88 B/W Photos, ,  Orig. green cloth, “Slight foxing ,   O/W Good”, wildlife photography by an early conservationist,

Ref 5135, £10.00

 

“Leys ,   Norman”, KENYA, The Hogarth Press, London, 1924, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75 ,   800”, 409, ,  1, Orig. red cloth, V. Good, The very controversial and outspoken views of Dr Leys – the troublemaker who was moved from Kenya because of his attitude to Government policy,

Ref 7554, £25.00

 

“Livingstone ,   W.P.”, MARY SLESSOR OF CALABAR – PIONEER MISSIONARY, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, 22nd imp., 5.5 x 8, x + 347, ,  , Orig. blue cloth, Good,

Ref 190, £3.50

 

“Lowther, Lieut.-Colonel H.C.”, FROM PILLAR TO POST, Edward Arnold, London, 1911, 1st, “5.75 x 9 ,   950”, xii + 308, 30 B/W Photos, ,  Orig. red decorated cloth, “some light foxing ,   covers bumped ,   spine faded and titling indistinct ,   ex. Lib stamps inside upper cover ,   no other library markings, O/W  V. Good”, hunting and soldiering around the world; two chapters on East Africa and two on lion hunting in Somalia and Abyssinia,

Ref 7523, £40.00

 

“Massam, J.A.”, THE CLIFF DWELLERS OF KENYA, “Seeley ,   Service & Co. Ltd.”, London, 1927, 1st, “5.5 x 8.5 ,   800”, 268, 26 B/W Photos, 2, Library half morocco and blue cloth, “Ex lib. Stamps and labels ,   contents V. Good ,   Reading copy”, Elgeyo,

Ref 3742, £30.00

 

“McClure ,   H.R.”, LAND-TRAVEL AND SEAFARING, Hutchinson, London, 1924, 1st, “6 x 9.5 ,   750”, 286, 16 B/W Photos, ,  Orig. blue cloth, “slight warping to covers and light staining ,   fraying to head and tail of spine ,   O/W V. Good”, Author was a District Officer in Kenya 1903-1921,

Ref 7868, £35.00

 

“Norden ,   Hermann”, WHITE AND BLACK IN EAST AFRICA, Small Maynard & Co., Boston, 1924, 1st US, “5.75 x 8.75 ,   950”, 304, 34 B/W Photos, 2, Orig. green cloth, “Frontis. Frayed and loose ,   O/W V. Good”, A Record of Travel and Observation in Two African Crown Colonies – Kenya and Uganda.,

Ref 2108, £55.00

 

“Patterson ,   Frederick B.”, AFRICAN ADVENTURES, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York, 1928, 1st, 7.75 x 10.25, vii + 83, 50 B/W Photos, ,  Orig. red cloth, “4 plates missing ,   O/W Good”, Hunting with Denys Finch Hatton in 1927,

Ref 1030, £50.00

 

“Patterson ,   Lieut.-Col. J.H. ,   D.S.O.”, IN THE GRIP OF THE NYIKA – Further Adventures in British East Africa, Macmillan, London, 1910, repr., “5.75 x 8.75, 1000”, xiv + 389, Numerous, 9, “Orig. blue cloth gilt, vignette of camel & spearman on upper board, teg”, “endpapers darkened, V. Good”,

Ref 7592, £75.00

 

“Peel, C.V.A.”, THROUGH THE LENGTH OF AFRICA, Old Royalty Book Publishers, London, 1928, 1st repr, “5.5 x 8.75 ,   400”, 131, 16 B/W Photos, 1, “Orig. red cloth gilt with worn ,   torn dust-jacket”, V. Good, Being an Account of a Journey from Cape Town to Alexandria and Sport in Kenya Colony,

Ref 7637, £75.00

 

“Percival ,   A. Blayney”, A GAME RANGER’S NOTE BOOK, Nisbet & Co., London, 1924, 1st, “6 x 9.25 ,   1100”, xvii + 374, 32 B/W Photos, 1, Orig. green cloth gilt, “wear to head and tail of spine and cover edges ,   fading to covers ,   O/W V. Good”, scarce in any edition,

Ref 8018, £45.00 Sold

 

“Powell ,   E. Alexander”, THE MAP THAT IS HALF UNROLLED – Equatorial Africa from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic, The Century Co., New York, 1925, 1st, “5.25 x 8 ,   800”, xvi + 355, numerous B/W photos, 2, Orig. green pictorial cloth with pictorial dustwrapper, “sl. fading to spine of dustwrapper ,   O/W Fine”, “second of the author’s travel books on Africa – the Congo ,   French Equatorial Africa ,   Tanganyika”,

Ref 3889, £60.00

 

“Powys ,   Llewelyn”, EBONY AND IVORY, American Library Service, New York, 1923, ,  “5 x 7.5 ,   400”, 223, ,  , Orig. black cloth gilt, “head and tail of spine frayed ,   corners of boards rubbed and worn ,   contents V. Good”,

Ref 7876, £40.00

 

“Riddell ,   Florence”, CASTLES IN KENYA, J B Lippincott, Philadelphia & London, 1929, 1st, “5 x 7.75 ,   500”, 304, ,  , Orig. yellow cloth, “spine and covers grubby ,   front free endpaper torn out ,   O/W Good”,

Ref 4153, £16.00

 

“Roome ,   William. J.W.”, CAN AFRICA BE WON, A. & C. Black, London, 1927, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75 ,   600”, xvi + 216, 16 B/W Photos, 1, Orig. blue cloth, “Light foxing ,   O/W V. Good”, missionary endeavour and Christianity in Africa,

Ref 4866, £7.00

 

“Roosevelt ,   Theodore”, AFRICAN GAME TRAILS, John Murray, London, 1910, 1st UK, “6 x 9 ,   1300”, xvii + 534 + Ads, 49 B/W Photos, 1, Orig. dec. green cloth, “rebacked with original spine laid down ,   new eps ,   covers soiled and worn ,   Good working copy”,

Ref 7207, £45.00

 

“Roscoe ,   John”, THE SOUL OF CENTRAL AFRICA, Cassell, London, 1922, 1st, “6.5 x 9.5 ,   1100”, xvi + 336, 105 B/W, 1 folding, Orig. green cloth gilt, V. Good, “A General Account of the Mackie Ethnological Expedition to Uganda in 1919. The author ,   who led the expedition ,   had spent 25 years as a missionary in Uganda”,

Ref 4972, £50.00

 

“Routledge ,   W. Scoresby and Katherine Routledge”, WITH A PREHISTORIC PEOPLE – The Akikuyu of British East Africa, Edward Arnold, London, 1910, 1st, “6.5 x 9.5 ,   1600”, xxxii + 392, Frontis + 136 B/W plates, 1 folding, “Orig. green decorated cloth gilt ,   teg”, “covers worn and bumped ,   spine slightly faded ,   O/W V. Good”, ‘Being some account of the method of life and mode of thought found existent amongst a nation on its first contact with European civilisation’,

Ref 7505, £170.00

 

“Schillings ,   C.G.”, WITH FLASHLIGHT AND RIFLE – 2 Vols, Hutchinson, London, 1906, 1st, 6.5 x 9.75, “xxvii ,   viii + 782”, Profusely, ,  Orig. dec. green cloth, “V. slight fading to spines ,   O/W V. Good”, outstanding early wildlife photography,

Ref 7659, £75.00

 

“Scull ,   Guy H”, LASSOING WILD ANIMALS IN AFRICA, Frederick A Stokes Company, New York, 1911, 1st, 5 x 7.75, xix + 135, 32 B/W Photos, ,  “Orig. Orange decorated cloth ,   vignette of elephant on front cover”, V. Good,

Ref 8221, £110.00

 

“Shepherd ,   Arthur P.”, TUCKER OF UGANDA – Artist and Apostle, Student Christian Movement, London, 1929, 1st, “5 x 7.75 ,   400”, 206, Frontis., ,  Orig. blue cloth, “covers bumped mottled and worn ,   f. fep missing ,   O/W V. Good”,

Ref 2854, £17.50

 

“Shorthose ,   Capt. W.”, “SPORT AND ADVENTURE IN AFRICA – A Record of Twelve Years of Big Game Hunting ,   Campaigning & Travel in the Wilds of Tropical Africa”, Seeley Service, London, 1923, 1st, “5.5 x 8.75 ,   800”, 316 + Ads, 25 B/W, 1 folding at end, Brown library cloth, “Rebinding copy ,   library stamps ,   3 plates missing ,   Fair”,

Ref 3130, £35.00

 

“Smith ,   H. Maynard”, FRANK BISHOP OF ZANZIBAR – LIFE OF FRANK WESTON 1871-1924, SPCK, London, 1926, 1st, “8.75 x 8.75 ,   700”, xvi + 326, 9 B/W Photos, ,  Orig. brown cloth, “covers grubby and bumped ,   Good”,

Ref 2146, £10.00

 

“Stigand ,   Captain C.H.”, “THE LAND OF ZINJ – An account of British East Africa ,   its ancient history and present inhabitants”, Constable, London, 1913, 1st, “5.5 x 8.75 ,   1100”, xii + 351, 33, 1 folding, Rebound in blue buckram, “New title label ,   one plate missing – Kavirondo girls!”,

Ref 2007, £100.00

 

“Strang ,   Herbert”, TOM WILLOUGHBY’S SCOUTS, Humphrey Milford, London, 1919, 1st, 5 x 7.5, 297, 4 colour, ,  Orig. pictorial cloth, “covers worn and bumped ,   O/W V. Good”,

Ref 5202, £20.00

                                                                   

“Streeter ,   Daniel W.”, CAMELS !!, G.P. Putnam’s, New York, 1929, 6th imp, 6 x 8.75, xiv + 277, 54 B/W photos, F. & r. eps, Orig. maroon cloth gilt, V. Good, camel safari and hunting in Abyssinia,

Ref 7633, £25.00

 

“Treves ,   Sir Frederick”, UGANDA FOR A HOLIDAY, “Smith ,   Elder & Co.”, London, 1910, 2nd imp., “6.25 x 9.5 ,   1000”, xi + 233, 72 B/W Photos, 1, Orig. brown cloth gilt, “tear to top of spine and fraying to base ,   some foxing ,   O/W V. Good”, “the author ,   a distinguished surgeon ,   wrote a number of travel books”,

Ref 2176, £25.00

 

“Wakefield ,   E.S.”, THOMAS WAKEFIELD – Missionary & Geographical Pioneer in East Equatorial Africa, The Religious Tract Society, London, 1904, 2nd, “5 x 8 ,   550”, 285, 9 plates, ,  Orig. black cloth, V. Good,

Wakefield arrived in East Africa in 1862 and his wife and infant son who died in 1873 are buried at Ribe,

Ref 4960, £35.00

 

“Wakefield ,   E.S.”, THOMAS WAKEFIELD – Missionary & Geographical Pioneer in East Equatorial Africa, The Religious Tract Society, London, 1904, 2nd, “5 x 8 ,   550”, 285, 9 plates, ,  Orig. dark green cloth, “Front fep missing ,   O/W V. Good”, Wakefield arrived in East Africa in 1862 and his wife and infant son who died in 1873 are buried at Ribe,

Ref 5081, £25.00

 

“Wallis ,   H. R.  CMG ,   CBE”, THE HANDBOOK OF UGANDA, Crown Agents for Uganda Govt., London, 1920, 2nd, 5.75 x 8.5, xxi + 316, Numerous B/W, 1 folding at end, Orig. black cloth gilt, Titling on spine faded. O/W V. Good. A nice tight copy of this rare item, “an amazing compendium of information on Uganda in 1920 ,   history ,   geography ,   ethnology ,   agriculture ,   trade ,   missions etc.”,

Ref 7653, £120.00

 

“Ward ,   H.F. & J.W. Milligan  (Comp)”, HANDBOOK OF BRITISH EAST AFRICA – 1912, Caxton Printing & Publishing Co., Nairobi, 1913, repr., “5.25 x 8.25 ,   600”, xxiii + 315, Numerous B/W, 2 folding, Orig. green cloth gilt, V. Good,

Ref 3992, £200.00

 

“Wason ,   J. Cathcart”, EAST AFRICA AND UGANDA – or Our Last Land, Francis Griffiths, London, 1905, 1st, 5 x 7.75, 111, 30 B/W photos, ,  “Orig. red cloth ,   teg”, V. Good, “a rare item ,   the author was MP for the Orkneys and Shetland Isles and he visited East Africa to find out more about the country.”,

Ref 1004, £80.00

 

“Watteville, Vivienne de”, OUT IN THE BLUE, Methuen, London, 1927, 1st, “5.75 x 9, 800”, xvi + 254 + Ads., 77 B/W, 1, Orig. blue cloth, “eps slightly darkened, O/W V. Good”, “the story of the author’s hunting safari in E. Africa, initially with her father, and, after his death ,   on her own to make a collection of African Fauna for the Berne Museum.”,

Ref 7567, £75.00

 

“Watteville, Vivienne de”, OUT IN THE BLUE, Methuen, London, 1927, 1st, “5.75 x 9 ,   800”, xvi + 254 + Ads., 77 B/W, 1, Orig. blue cloth, “darkening to eps, O/W V. Good”, “the story of the author’s hunting safari in E. Africa, initially with her father, and, after his death ,   on her own to make a collection of African Fauna for the Berne Museum.”,

Ref 2555, £45.00

 

“Weatherhead, Rev. H.T.C.”, UGANDA A CHOSEN VESSEL, CMS, London, 1914, 3rd, 5 x 7.5, 64, 15 B/W Photos, 1, Orig. pict. green card, “some foxing ,   Good”, A Missionary study text-book on Uganda, 1116, £35.00

“Webb ,   E. J.”, AFRICA AS SEEN BY ITS EXPLORERS, Edward Arnold, London, 1905, ,  5 x 7, 268, 8, ,  Orig. brown cloth, “spine darkened ,   covers slightly soiled ,   O/W V. Good”,

Ref 6619, £15.00

 

“White, Stewart Edward”, THE LAND OF FOOTPRINTS, “Doubleday ,   Page & Co.”, New York, 1912, 1st, “5 x 7.5 ,   700”, 440, Frontis. + 79 B/W photos, ,  Orig. pict. green cloth, “F. hinge cracked ,   O/W V. Good”,

Ref 2487, £60.00

 

“Wilson, Captain H. A.”, A BRITISH BORDERLAND – SERVICE AND SPORT IN EQUATORIA, John Murray, London, 1913, 1st, “6 x 9 ,   800”, xxi + 347, 18 B/W Photos, 1 folding, “Orig. dec. red cloth ,   teg”, “sl. Wear to spine ends ,   O/W V. Good”, another K.A.R. officer who found time to hunt and write about it!,

Ref 2384, £90.00