Booklist EA 1930-1984

East Africa Books  Mixed collection published between 1930 1984

 

List title EA 1930-84

 

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

Photos and more information on request.

 

“Alice, Princess, Duchess of Gloucester”, “THE MEMOIRS OF PRINCESS ALICE, DUCHESS OF GLOUCESTER”, Collins, London, 1983, repr., “6 x 9.25, 600”, 208, 29 B/W Photos, Orig. black cloth with pictorial dust-jacket, “Ex Lib, stamps etc. F. fep missing, O/W V. Good”, Much on her time spent in Kenya,

Ref 5644, £9.00

 

“Allen, Charles (Ed.)”, TALES FROM THE DARK CONTINENT, Andre Deutsch/BBC, London, 1979, 1st, 6.5 x 9.5, xvii + 166, 27 B/W, Orig. brown cloth with pict. D/W, V. Good, experiences of some 50 British men and women who lived and worked in Africa in the days of colonial rule’ – D/J,

Ref 1277, £10.00

 

“Allen, Charles (Ed.)”, TALES FROM THE DARK CONTINENT, Andre Deutsch/BBC, London, 1979, 1st reprint, “6.5 x 9.5, 600”, xvii + 166, 27 B/W, Orig. brown cloth with pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good, ‘experiences of some 50 British men and women who lived and worked in Africa in the days of colonial rule’ – D/J,

Ref 6088, £10.00

 

“Anderson, J.R.L.”, HIGH MOUNTAINS AND COLD SEAS – A Biography of H.W. Tilman, Victor Gollancz, London, 1980, 1st, “6.25 x 9, 900”, 366, 40 B/W photos, 15, Orig. green cloth with pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good, the famous mountaineer farmed in the Sotik area between the wars,

Ref 7785, £40.00

 

Anon, ATLAS OF UGANDA, “Dept. of Lands & Surveys, Uganda”, Uganda, 1967, 2nd, “21 x 19.75,”, 81, numerous B/W photos, 38, Orig. green cloth, V. Good, 21 ins x 20 ins – Full of most interesting information.

Ref 4891, £75.00

 

Anon, EAST AFRICAN ANNUAL 1939-40, East African Standard, Nairobi, 1940, “11 x 16, 900”, 146, profusely with B/W photos, Orig. pictorial card, Front cover torn in two and tatty – contents Good,

Ref 7957, £30.00

 

Anon, THE EAST AFRICAN RED BOOK FOR 1930-31, E.A. Standard, Nairobi, 1930, “6 x 9.25, 1000”, 578 + xi, 3 B/W Photos, Orig. red dec. cloth, V. Good, “comprehensive handbook and directory, scarce”

Ref 3989, £50.00

 

Anon, “THE HOTELS, SAFARI LODGES AND RESTAURANTS OF EAST AFRICA”, EA Tourist Travel Association, Nairobi, 1962, “7.25 x 5.25, 200”, 120, numerous B/W photos, Orig card, V. Good,

Ref 8071, £20.00

 

Anon, ROAD BOOK OF EAST AFRICA – 1952, REAAA, Nairobi, 1952, 6 x 9.5, 227, Numerous, Orig. orange card, “Piece torn from bottom of f. cover. Covers worn, spine fraying, O/W Good”,

Ref 878, £17.50

 

Anon, UGANDA – The Pearl of Africa, HM Eastern African Trade & Information Office, Entebbe, 1935, Re-issue No 2, 6.5 x 8, 106, numerous B/W photos, 2, Orig. pictorial card, V. Good,

Ref 8072, £15.00

 

Anon, “THE HOTELS, SAFARI LODGES AND RESTAURANTS OF EAST AFRICA”, EA Tourist Travel Association, Nairobi, 1959, “7.25 x 5.25, 200”, 112, numerous B/W photos, Orig card, “KFA stamp on upper cover, V. Good”,

Ref 4698, £18.00

 

Anon, EAST AFRICAN ANNUAL 1939-40, East African Standard, Nairobi, 1940, “11 x 16, 900”, 146, profusely with B/W photos, Orig. pictorial card, “Front cover torn and two small pieces missing, rear cover missing, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 5962, £45.00

 

Anon, INTRODUCING EAST AFRICA, H.M.S.O., London, 1954, 3rd, 5 x 7, 92, profusely, F. & r. covers, Orig. pictorial card, V. Good, interesting little booklet produced by the Colonial Office,

Ref 6516, £10.00

 

“Bates, Darrell”, A GUST OF PLUMES – Lord Twining of Godalming and Tanganyika, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1972, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 650”, 319, 15 B/W Photos, F. & r. eps + 2, Orig. green cloth with worn pictorial dust-jacket, “spine of dust-jacket faded, O/W V. Good”, authoritative biography,

Ref 6634, £15.00

 

“Courtney, Roger”, AFRICA CALLING, George G. Harrap, London, 1936, 1st repr., 5.75 x 8.75, 248,  Orig. pink cloth with v. tatty pictorial dust-jacket, slight fading to covers O/W V. Good, “The true account of the author’s strange workaday experiences in Kenya, Uganda, and the Belgian Congo”,

Ref 8160, £20.00

 

“Davidson, Basil”, OLD AFRICA REDISCOVERED, Victor Gollancz, London, 1961, 3rd impr, 5.75 x 8.75, 287, 37 B/W, 5, Orig. red cloth, “spine faded and bumped, O/W V. Good”, Africa south of the Sahara during the 1500 years before the colonial period began,

Ref 7484, £5.00

 

“Denis, Armand”, ON SAFARI – The Story of my Life, Collins, London, 1963, 1st UK, “6 x 9.25, 800”, 320, Numerous, F. & r. eps, “Orig. yellow cloth with pictorial, torn, frayed dustwrapper”, V. Good,

Ref 3302, £9.00

 

“Denis, Michaela”, RIDE A RHINO, W.H. Allen, London, 1959, 1st, 5.75 x 8.5, 215, Numerous, Orig. red cloth, Small slit in spine. Good,

Ref 81, £5.00

 

“Farson, Daniel (comp.)”, WANDERLUST – The World of Negley Farson, White Lion Publishers, London, 1972, 1st, 5.5 x 8.5, 218, 17 B/W, Orig. red cloth with pict. D/W, Ex. Library. Flyleaf missing. 2 Cancelled stamps. Contents Good, Chapter on his African travels,

Ref 92, £4.50

 

“Graham, Alistair”, THE GARDENERS OF EDEN, George Allen & Unwin, London, 1973, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 550”, 246, 14 B/W, Orig. blue cloth with pictorial dust-wrapper, V. Good, controversial and important work giving the views of the author on the subject of ‘conservation’

Ref 2785, £15.00

 

“Guggisberg, C.A.W.”, GAME ANIMALS OF EASTERN AFRICA, Patwa News Agency EA, Nairobi, 1955, 7th revised ed., 4.75 x 6.75, 64, Numerous, “Orig. green cloth with worn, torn pictorial dust-jacket”, V. Good,

Ref 7030, £2.00

 

“Harker, K. W. and D. Napper”, AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO THE GRASSES OF UGANDA, Government Press, Entebbe, 1960, 1st, 7 x 10.25, 63 + 123 Plates, 123 Drawings, Orig. green cloth, “Ex. Lib. Stamps and remains of label inside covers, O/W V. Good”.

Ref 7525, £20.00

 

Hart, Susanne”, LIFE WITH DAKTARI: TWO VETS IN EAST AFRICA, Book of the Month Club, London, 1969, Book Club, 6 x 8.75, 224, 40, 1, Orig. grey cloth with tatty D/W, “Stamp inside f. cover, Good”,

Ref 693, £4.50

 

“Harwich, Christopher”, RED DUST, Vincent Stuart, London, 1961, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 350”, ix + 156,  Orig. orange cloth with worn dust-jacket, V. Good, Author was in the Uganda Police for 20 years. Absorbing and entertaining,

Ref 4881, £25.00

 

“Henry, J.A.”, THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS OF THE STANDARD BANK, OUP, London, 1963, 1st, 6.5 x 10, ix + 371, 8 B/W, 5, Orig. green cloth with D/W, V. Good,

Ref 136, £12.00

 

“Herne, Brian”, UGANDA SAFARIS, Winchester Press, “Tulsa, Oklahoma”, 1979, 6.5 x 9.5, xx + 236, 39 B/W Photos, Orig. red cloth gilt, “Inscribed and signed ‘Brian’, V. Good”,

Ref 8086, £35.00

 

“Hills, Denis”, MAN WITH A LOBELIA FLUTE – A New View of East Africa, George Allen & Unwin, London, 1969, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, 275, 66 B/W Photos, 1, Orig. mauve cloth with pict. frayed D/W, small tear in D/W. O/W V.Good, “The author, an eccentric character, was sentenced to death by Idi Amin but subsequently reprieved”,

Ref 1137, £8.50

 

“Hunter, J.A. and Dan Mannix”, AFRICAN BUSH ADVENTURES, Hamish Hamilton, London, 1954, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 550”, 252, 31 B/W Photos, Orig. maroon cloth, “slight fading to spine, previous owner’s signature on title page, O/W V. Good”, “stories of lots of early adventurers in East Africa – Tippu Tib, Ewart Grogan, John Boyes, R.O. Preston, Robert Foran etc.”,

Ref 7670, £12.00

 

“Huxley, Elspeth”, EAST AFRICA, William Collins, London, 1941, 1st, “6.75 x 9, 300”, 48, 12 colour plates + 16 B/W photos, 1, Orig. paper covered boards with dust-jacket, “spine of dust-jacket darkened, corner cut from front fep, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 5128, £13.00

 

“Ingrams, Harold”, UGANDA – A CRISIS OF NATIONHOOD, HM Stationery Office, London, 1960, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 800”, xvi + 365, Profusely, 4 incl. folding at end, “Orig. red cloth with worn, torn dust-jacket”, V. Good, Corona Library – the author’s view of Uganda as Independence approached with a historical overview,

Ref 7481, £15.00

 

“Jex-Blake, A.J. (ed.)”, GARDENING IN EAST AFRICA, Longmans Green, London, 1934, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 850”, xvi + 330 + Ads, 6 Coloured Plates, F. & r. eps, “Orig. green cloth with worn, torn dust-jacket”, V. Good, a nice copy of the first edition of this standard work,

Ref 7421, £25.00

 

“Johnson, Martin”, OVER AFRICAN JUNGLES, Harrap, London, 1935, 1st, “6 x 9, 800”, 250, 100 B/W Photos, “Orig. green cloth, gilt spine titling”, “some sporadic foxing, O/W V. Good”, hunting and travel in East Africa,

Ref 7638, £25.00

 

Kinloch, Bruce”, SAUCE FOR THE MONGOOSE, Harvill, London, 1964, 1st, “6 x 9.25, 450”, 126, 32 B/W Photos, Orig. green cloth with worn pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good, author was a Game Warden in Tanganyika and this is the story of ‘Pipa’ his friend the mongoose,

Ref 7607, £8.00

 

“Kinloch, Bruce”, THE SHAMBA RAIDERS – Memories of a Game Warden, Collins & Harvill, London, 1972, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, 384, Numerous col. & B/W photos, F. & r. eps, Orig. blue cloth with pict. D/W, V. Good,

Ref 1682, £28.00

 

“Kirkman, James S.”, MEN AND MONUMENTS ON THE EAST AFRICAN COAST, Lutterworth Press, London, 1964, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 600”, 224, 23 pages B/W Plates, 19 Pages plans & Maps, Orig. red cloth in worn pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good, early history,

Ref 8131, £25.00

 

“Koenig, Oskar”, PORI TUPU, Michael Joseph, London, 1954, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 550”, 236, 22 B/W Photos, Orig. black cloth, V. Good, by the only German professional hunter in Tanganyika for 25 years,

Ref 1788, £12.00,

 

“Lind, E. M. & A. C. Tallantire”, SOME COMMON FLOWERING PLANTS OF UGANDA

OUP, London, 1962, 1st, 5 x 7.75, 257, 16 colour plates + line drawings, Orig. pictorial card, V. Good,

Ref 7497, £10.00

 

“MacMillan, Mona”, INTRODUCING EAST AFRICA, Faber & Faber, London, 1952, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, 312, 1 folding at end, “Orig. red cloth with worn, torn dust-jacket”, V. Good,

Ref 5451, £12.00

 

“Marsh, Zoe”, EAST AFRICA THROUGH CONTEMPORARY RECORDS, CUP, Cambridge, 1961, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, xxi + 215, 5 B/W + drawings, 5, Orig. blue cloth, “slight old damp effects to bottom spine area, O/W V. Good”, Fascinating collection of extracts from books and manuscripts relating to East Africa from earliest times to 1919,

Ref 7979, £15.00

 

“Melland, Frank”, ELEPHANTS IN AFRICA, Country Life, London, 1938, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 600”, xvi + 186, 12 Full-page drawings by Stuart Tresilian, Orig. green cloth, “foxing to eps, O/W V. Good”, good general study,

Ref 7639, £30.00

 

“Moorehead, Alan”, THE WHITE NILE, Hamish Hamilton, London, 1960, 3rd imp., 5.5 x 8.5, 385, Front. + 33 B/W, f. & r. eps. + 3 (1 folding), Orig. brown cloth, “Spine faded, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 499, £4.00

 

“Nolan, Cynthia”, ONE TRAVELLER’S AFRICA, Methuen, London, 1965, 1st repr, 6.25 x 8.25, 254, 12 repros. paintings S.Nolan, 1, Orig. red cloth with worn dust-jacket, V. Good, “travelogue by wife of the distinguished Australian painter Sidney Nolan, mostly East Africa”,

Ref 7622, £12.00

 

“O’Brien, Brian”, THAT GOOD PHYSICIAN – The Life and Work of Albert and Katherine Cook of Uganda, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1962, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 500”, 264, 16 B/W Photos, F. & r. eps, “Orig. grey cloth with worn, torn dust-jacket”, foxing to prelims O/W V. Good,

Ref 7320, £15.00

 

“O’Brien, T. P.”, THE PREHISTORY OF UGANDA PROTECTORATE, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1939, 1st, 7.5 x 10, xii + 319, 26 B/W Photo plates + numerous figures, “Orig. brown cloth with worn, torn dust-jacket”, V. Good, with a chapter on ‘The Pleistocene Succession’ by J.D. Solomon and an Appendix on ‘The Mammalian Fossils’ by A. Tindell Hopwood,

Ref 7937, £40.00

 

“Oliver, Roland”, THE MISSIONARY FACTOR IN EAST AFRICA, Longmans, London, 1952, 1st, 5.5 x 7.5, xvi + 302, 4, Orig. blue card, light foxing to prelims. O/W V. Good,

Ref 7262, £12.00

 

“Oliver, Roland and Gervase Mathew”, HISTORY OF EAST AFRICA – Volume 1, OUP, Oxford, 1963, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, xiii + 500, Numerous in text, Orig. blue cloth gilt, V. Good, Covers period up to 1898

Ref 7495, £15.00

 

“Perham, Margery”, LUGARD – THE YEARS OF ADVENTURE 1858 – 1898, Collins, London, 1956, 1st, 6 x 9, xv + 750, 17 B/W Photos, 13, Orig. black cloth, Good, “Lake Nyasa, Uganda, The Niger, The Kalahari

Ref 223, £12.00

 

“Perham, Margery  (ed.)”, THE DIARIES OF LORD LUGARD – 3 Vols, Faber & Faber, London, 1959, 1st, 5.5 x 8.75, “432, 481, 454”, Frontis.’s, “3, 8, 6”, Orig. green cloth gilt with dust-jackets, discolouration to f.feps O/W V. Good,

Ref 7427, £75.00

 

“Perham, Margery and J. Simmons”, AFRICAN DISCOVERY – An Anthology of Exploration, Faber & Faber, London, 1946, 5th imp, 5.75 x 8.75, 280, 16 B/W, 10 + 1 folding at end, Orig. black cloth, O/W V. Good, “covers James Bruce, Mungo Park, Clapperton & Lander, Livingstone, Baikie, Burton, Speke, Baker and Stanley”

Ref 5519, £8.00

 

Pretorius, P.J.”, “JUNGLE MAN – The Autobiography of Major P.J. Pretorius C.M.G., D.S.O. & Bar”, Harrap & Co., London, 1952, repr., “5.5 x 8, 400”, 232, 31 B/W Photos, 1 + F. ep., Orig. red cloth with worn pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good, biography of a remarkable man who played such an important part in the sinking of the ‘Konigsberg’ in the first World War,

Ref 7420, £20.00

 

“Ratcliffe, Dorothy Una”, EQUATORIAL DAWN, Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1936, 1st, 5.75 x 9, xii + 305, 40 B/W Photos, 1 folding, Orig. black cloth gilt, “light spotting to prelims, O/W V. Good”, “travel letters from North, East, and Central Africa – mainly Kenya Tanganyika & Uganda – the authoress accompanied her husband on a hunting trip. Rare with the dust-jacket”,

Ref 8128, £20.00

 

“Roscoe, John”, TWENTY-FIVE YEARS IN EAST AFRICA, Negro Universities Press, New York, 1969, repr., 5.5 x 8.75, xvi + 288, 19 B/W Plates, 1, Orig. brown cloth, V. Good, the author worked for the Church Missionary Society in Uganda before retiring to England,

Ref 1415, £25.00

 

“Scobie, Alastair”, ANIMAL HEAVEN, Cassell & Co., London, 1953, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, 255, 61 B/W Photos, 1, Orig. green cloth, V. Good, Author’s experiences on photographic safaris in Kenya and Serengeti,

Ref 252, £7.00

 

“Scobie, Alastair”, MEN AGAINST THE SUN, Cassell & Co., London, 1959, 1st, “5.75 x 8.5, 500”, xi + 216, 19 B/W Photos, Orig. green cloth, “sl. Spotting to eps., O/W V. Good”, “mainly South Africa, excursions to Kenya, Rhodesia and Mauritius”,

Ref 2691, £14.00

 

“Scott, Robert L.”, BETWEEN THE ELEPHANT’S EYES, “Longmans, Green & Co.”, London, 1955, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, 180, 8 B/W plates. Orig. blue cloth, “Covers faded and damp affecting bottom corner of f. cover. Fair, contents Good”,

Ref 525, £8.00

 

“Spinage, C.A.”, ANIMALS OF EAST AFRICA, Collins, London, 1962, 1st, 6.75 x 9.75, 160, numerous colour & B/W, 2, Orig. green cloth with torn pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good,

Ref 5467, £8.50

 

“Stacey, Tom”, SUMMONS TO RUWENZORI, Secker & Warburg, London, 1965, 1st, 5.5 x 8, 224, 11 B/W Photos, 2, Orig. brown cloth with pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good,

Ref 7841, £10.00

 

“Stevens, W.H.”, EAST AFRICAN SAFARI, Collins, London, 1965, 1st, 7 x 9.75, 114 B/W Photos, F. & r. eps, Orig. cloth with pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good,

Ref 5439, £10.00

 

“Stoneham, C.T.”, WANDERINGS IN WILD AFRICA, Hutchinson, London, 1932, “1st, 3rd imp”, “5.75 x 8.75, 700”, 286, 34 B/W Photos, Orig. green cloth gilt, “amateur glueing to spine, head and tail of spine frayed, O/W V. Good”, mainly hunting in Kenya in 1920s,

Ref 7879, £25.00

 

“Thomas, Elizabeth Marshall”, WARRIOR HERDSMEN, Secker & Warburg, London, 1966, 1st UK, 5.75 x 8.75, xxviii + 254, 32 B/W Photos, 3, Orig. red cloth with pict. tatty D/W, O/W V. Good, the Dodoth of Northern Uganda,

Ref 357, £8.50

 

“Thomas, H.B. & Scott, Robert”, UGANDA, OUP, London, 1935, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, xx + 559, 48 B/W Photos, 8, Orig. blue cloth, F. fep missing O/W V. Good, standard reference work,

Ref 941, £30.00

 

“Thomas, H.B. and A.E. Spencer”, A HISTORY OF UGANDA LAND AND SURVEYS – And of the Uganda Land & Survey Department, Uganda Government Press, Entebbe, 1938, 1st, 6.5 x 10, 206, 2 charts, Orig. brick cloth with very tatty torn dust-jacket, “Fading and mottling to boards and spine, contents V. Good”, Rare,

Ref 7776 £40

 

“Topolski, Daniel”, MUZUNGU – ONE MAN’S AFRICA, Arlington Books, London, 1976, 1st, “6.25 x 9.5, 700”, 240, Numerous, 1 folding at end + 2, Orig. brown cloth with worn pictorial dustwrapper, inserted is a letter from Dan Topolski to Charles? V. Good, by the celebrated Oxford Rowing coach. A very individual account of the author’s trip alone from Egypt to the Victoria Falls on a budget of 75p a day!,

Ref 2567, £20.00

 

“Toro, Princess Elizabeth of”, AFRICAN PRINCESS – The Story of Princess Elizabeth of Toro, Hamish Hamilton, London, 1983, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, x + 230, numerous B/W photos, 1, Orig. black cloth with pictorial dust-jacket, “crayon mark on title page, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 7933, £15.00

 

“Townsend, Derek”, WILD AFRICA’S SILENT CALL, George Allen & Unwin, London, 1969, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, 232, 7 colour and 24 B/W, Orig. brown cloth, V. Good, experienced travel writer’s view of E. Africa,

Ref 6489, £8.00

 

“Tyson, Geoffrey”, 100 YEARS OF BANKING IN ASIA AND AFRICA, National & Grindlays Bank, London, 1963, 1st, 7 x 9, xii + 246, 26 B/W, Orig. blue cloth gilt, V. Slight fading to spine O/W V. Good,

Ref 931, £15.00

 

“Watteville, Vivienne de”, OUT IN THE BLUE, Methuen/Devereux Books, London, 1937, 2nd, “5.5 x 8.75, 550”, xiv + 234, 16 B/W, 1, “Orig. grey cloth with worn, torn dust-jacket”, “Olave Baden-Powell’s copy with obituary of Author pasted to half title, 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 7566, £40.00

 

“Waugh, Evelyn”, WHEN THE GOING WAS GOOD, Duckworth, London, 1946, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 500”, 318, Colour Frontis., 1 folding, Orig. yellow cloth, “Grubby covers, O/W V. Good”,

Ref 1750, £17.50

 

Williams, John G.”, A FIELD GUIDE TO THE BIRDS OF EAST AND CENTRAL AFRICA, Collins, London, 1963, repr., 5 x 7.75, 288, 40 B/W & Col. plates, 1, Orig. red cloth, V. Good,

Ref 7492, £4.00

 

“Williams, John G.”, A FIELD GUIDE TO THE BIRDS OF EAST AND CENTRAL AFRICA, Collins, London, 1972, repr., 5 x 7.75, 288, 40 B/W & Col. plates, 1, Orig. red cloth with worn pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good,

Ref 7048, £4.00

 

“Wood, Michael”, GO AN EXTRA MILE, Collins, London, 1978, repr., “6 x 9.25, 550”, 160, 18 Colour & B/W, F. & r. eps, Orig. blue cloth with pictorial dust-jacket, V. Good, adventures and reflections of a flying doctor,

Ref 6476, £10.00

 

Wordsworth, Jill”, FOLLOW THE SUN, Robert Hale, London, 1958, 1st, “5.75 x 8.75, 500”, 192, 22 B/W Photos, Orig. green cloth with worn pictorial dustwrapper, “dreaded sellotape used on dustwrapper, marks on covers, O/W V. Good”, “hitchhiking from England to the Cape, much on E. Africa”,

Ref 2666, £15.00

 

“Wraith, Ronald E.”, EAST AFRICAN CITIZEN, OUP, London, 1959, 1st, 5 x 7.5, 238,  Orig. green cloth with dust-jacket, “two stamps “”Specimen Copy””, O/W Nr. Fine”, principles and methods of Government – comparison between East and West Africa,

Ref 6637, £10.00

 

“Wymer, Norman”, THE MAN FROM THE CAPE, Evans Brothers, London, 1959, 1st, 5.75 x 8.75, 236, 15 B/W Photos, F. & r. eps, Orig. blue cloth with worn dust-jacket, “bump to corner of cover, O/W V. Good”, biography of Ewart Grogan by his nephew,

Ref 7955, £18.00

 

“Wynn Jones, H.”, AFRICA IN PERSPECTIVE, The Quadriga Press, London, 1960, 1st, 6.75 x 9.25, x + 214, 39 B/W Photos, 4, Orig. brown cloth with D/W, V. Good, general view of Africa & its history and problems,

Ref 167, £6.50