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Wayfarers' Journal

£50.00

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Wayfarers' Journal was published by the Liverpool Wayfarers' Club from 1929 to record the exploits of amateur climbers, principally in Britain and elsewhere in Europe. Most of the articles are illustrated with superb mountain scenery. This copy, No 3, 1933, is inscribed 'Best wishes from A Messineri', the author of a piece on climbing in the Eastern Alps, pp46. A pencilled note on the cover 'friend of Alec Carr-Saunders, lived with Marco Pallis'. Carr-Saunders was the second principal of LSE and an early promoter of eugenics. Both he and Pallis contributed to Wayfarers' Journal.
The unique copy is complete and in very good condition - note that the binding glue is dry, allowing internal pages to become detached.

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Author(s):
B C Alferoff (ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21 x 14cm
Edition:
First
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
126
Publisher:
Wayfarers' Club
Title:
Wayfarers' Journal No 3 1933

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Wayfarers' Journal was published by the Liverpool Wayfarers' Club from 1929 to record the exploits of amateur climbers, principally in Britain and elsewhere in Europe. Most of the articles are illustrated with superb mountain scenery. This copy, No 3, 1933, is inscribed 'Best wishes from A Messineri', the author of a piece on climbing in the Eastern Alps, pp46. A pencilled note on the cover 'friend of Alec Carr-Saunders, lived with Marco Pallis'. Carr-Saunders was the second principal of LSE and an early promoter of eugenics. Both he and Pallis contributed to Wayfarers' Journal.
The unique copy is complete and in very good condition - note that the binding glue is dry, allowing internal pages to become detached.

Added value:
Inscribed by author
Author(s):
B C Alferoff (ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21 x 14cm
Edition:
First
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
126
Publisher:
Wayfarers' Club
Title:
Wayfarers' Journal No 3 1933

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