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The traveller's companion, a travel anthology,

Author: Paul Bloomfield; Millicent Bloomfield
Publisher: London, G. Bell and Sons, 1931.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Bloomfield; Millicent Bloomfield
OCLC Number: 7655569
Notes: Added t.p. in colors; illustrated half-titles.
Description: 3 preliminary leaves, v-xv, 308 pages 19 cm
Contents: Travelling.--Travellers unkind.--Food and drink.--Appreciation of nature.--Information.--Women and cities.--Impressions.--Who's who.--Index of authors and works quoted (p. 305-308).
Responsibility: compiled by Paul & Millicent Bloomfield & decorated by Rex Whistler.

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