Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1936.
First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine in a Good+ dust jacket. 351 pp + illustrations from photographs, map endpapers. Very light shelf wear to boards, gift nscription on dedication page; text clean, binding sound. Dust jacket is rubbed along the folds, has tape reinforcement to inside, and some old, not especially noticeable, water damage. In a new mylar cover. The author and his companion, recent college graduates, decided to complete their education with a trip around the world. According to the jacket, "they became bored with shipboard life and wanted to see what lay behind the mysterious fringe of the West African coast. And because everyone told them it couldn't be done, they set out to cross African on motorcycles ... They had plenty of hair-raising experiences, but vastly more laughs."