Trader Horn, Aloysius Horn and Ethelreda Lewis, Illustrated, 16th Printing, 1928

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Trader Horn
Being the Life and Works Of Alfred Aloysius Horn:
The Works Written by Himself at the Age Of Seventy-Three and the Life, With Such of His Philosophy as is the Gift of Age & Experience Taken Down Here and Edited By Ethelreda Lewis
With a Foreword by John Galsworthy

Simon & Schuster, New York
March, 1928

ILLUSTRATED
16TH PRINTING

Alfred Aloysius "Trader" Horn (born Alfred Aloysius Smith; 1861-1931) was an ivory trader in central Africa. He wrote a book, Trader Horn, detailing his journeys into jungles teeming with buffalo, gorillas, man-eating leopards, serpents and "savages". The book also documents his efforts to free slaves, meet the founder of Rhodesia, Cecil Rhodes, and liberate a princess from captivity.

CONDITION: This book is in good condition. Hardcover. No dust jacket. Green cloth boards with titles in gilt. Cover is worn along edges and corners with some surface rubbing. Frontispiece of the author protected by a tissue guard. Hinges tight. Binding sturdy. Text block is crisp and clean.

302 pages, 6.25" x 9.25"
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