Publisher New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1929.
Illustration Illustrated with 8 prints. and numerous in-text drawings by Ernest Newman
Seller ID 005029
Adventure narrative of "the first international hike ever made by American boy scouts.
In the summer of 1927 Major Lisle and a group of scouts from his troop walked through England and France. They camped on the moors of Devon, spent a day with Sir Robert Baden-Powell, pitched their tents in the cathedral close at Canterbury, and visited the battlefields of France."
Dark gray cloth covered boards with red titles. Map endpages, top edge red others rough-cut. Bindings tight and square. Moderate handling/shelf wear. Dust jacket shows edge wear but presents well. Protected in a new Mylar sleeve.