New York: Boni and Liveright, .
First Edition. Hardcover. Very good-. Original red cloth boards. Spine darkened and chipped at head. Binding sound, text clean. No dust jacket. Clare Consuelo Sheridan (1885-1970), was an English sculptor, journalist, and writer known primarily for creating busts of famous sitters and writing diaries recounting her worldly travels (Wiki). This book recounts travel in Ireland, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Rumania, and Italy in the early 1920s.