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Cycle and Camp

£125.00

Product description

Thomas Hiram Holding was an early pioneer of modern camping; he wrote the first edition of The Camper's Handbook in 1908 and founded the Association of Cycle Campers (now the Camping and Caravanning Club). In this book the author offers a fascinating account into the very early days of modern camping, a pastime which he had enjoyed since his childhood, in this case he recalls a tour in the Republic of Ireland and also offers tuition on camping.


The lettering on the spine is faded and slightly worn off and the cover has yellowed and become damaged with age. Spine colour faded a and soiled. rear board soiled. as shown.
The corners of the book are bent and the pages have yellowed and are fragile.
One small section of pages in the appendix is detached from the binding. ( see photo)
Page edges browned and curled.

No inscriptions.

Item details

Author(s):
T. H. Holding
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
131 x 176 mm , 378 g
Edition:
after 1903.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
232
Publisher:
L. De Vere & Co.

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About this item

Thomas Hiram Holding was an early pioneer of modern camping; he wrote the first edition of The Camper's Handbook in 1908 and founded the Association of Cycle Campers (now the Camping and Caravanning Club). In this book the author offers a fascinating account into the very early days of modern camping, a pastime which he had enjoyed since his childhood, in this case he recalls a tour in the Republic of Ireland and also offers tuition on camping.


The lettering on the spine is faded and slightly worn off and the cover has yellowed and become damaged with age. Spine colour faded a and soiled. rear board soiled. as shown.
The corners of the book are bent and the pages have yellowed and are fragile.
One small section of pages in the appendix is detached from the binding. ( see photo)
Page edges browned and curled.

No inscriptions.

Author(s):
T. H. Holding
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
131 x 176 mm , 378 g
Edition:
after 1903.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
232
Publisher:
L. De Vere & Co.

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