JOY OF THE ROAD, Second Book of New Zealand Life and Travel,

By: Elsie K Morton

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JOY OF THE ROAD, Second Book of New Zealand Life and Travel, by Elsie K Morton (author of 'Along the Road'), with photographs by the author
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Wilson & Horton, Auckland, NZ, 1929. Hardcover, 7½" x 5" (lacks jacket). Some signs of slight water damage, but all pages turning freely. Sound binding. Ffep browning. Book in GOOD condition. Blue-grey cloth-bound boards with black type to spine and front, duotone photograph as frontispiece (Hay's Creek, Papakura), and 17 other b&w photos. A series of early columns published in 'The New Zealand Herald' and 'The Auckland Weekly News', written about Mrs Morton's travels around New Zeand and in Australia - including Tapu-by-the-sea Rotorua, Waiora, Whakapapa Glacier, Tama Trail, Kawhia, Waiho, Franz Josef, Jenolan Caves, Sydney, Melbourne. Inscription on ffep is dated '1930-91'

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