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GRAY, Edward (Organiser).
The Fifteenth Round the World Tour. November 1930 to May 1931.

Sailing from Tilbury in the P. & O. Royal Mail Steamer 'Moldavia' (16,500 tons) on the 29th November, 1930. Descriptive Itinerary. Organised by Mr. Edward Gray, F.R.G.S., F.R.E.S., F.A.G.S., Australia House, Strand, London, W.C.2.

pp. 124. Coloured folding map, many photographic illustrations in text. Original limp leather boards, the rear board detached and the spine perished and powdery, marbled end-papers, preliminary blank with top corner torn away [but present], contents very good.

*COPAC records only one copy of the 10th Tour, at the National Library of Scotland. This tour visited the Pacific Islands, the Far East, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. The Tour [particularly suitable 'for ladies travelling alone'], lasted for six months and cost £887. For those not able to leave home for such an extended period, a shorter tour ending in February and costing only £637 was also available.

Date Published: [1930].

Stock No. 61057

Price: 50.00