Boston: Marshall Jones Company, 1929.
First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. pp xv, 270, 1, with map and numerous illustrations from photographs. Previous owner's information on front pastedown, otherwise unmarked and sound with minor cover wear. No dust jacket. Anderson (nee Isabel Weld Perkins) came from a wealthy Boston family and was at one point the wealthiest woman in America. She and her husband spent more than two decades traveling the world upon his retirment from the diplomatic corps. On this journey they cruised around the entire continent of Africa, stopping at many ports and taking inland journeys by rail.