New York: MacMillan Company, 1938.
Hardcover. Near fine. xv, 410 pp + illustrations from photographs, maps. In original brown cloth with minimal wear to extemities; clean and sound. No dust jacket. Deals primarily with the desert north of Damascus, disucssing routes, caravans, trade volume, the bedouin, the land route as a stage journey to India, motor transport, air travel, pipe lines, and projected railways, with some discussion of changes in the region post-World War I. A lengthy appendix offers notes on sources.