Title: Studies in New Zealand Scenery
Publisher: Witcombe & Tombs Limited, Auckland, New Zealand
Publication Date: 1916
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Edition
282 pages; illustrations; green cloth binding with dark green lettering. Blanche Baughan (1870-1958) was an English poet, social reformer and feminist who settled in New Zealand in 1900 living the rest of her life there. She received the King George V Jubilee Medal in 1935. The volume is a collection of essays: The Finest Walk in the World; Snow Kings of the Southern Alps; Uncanny Country; A River of Pictures and Peace; Summit Road; Forest and Ice; and Stars Under the Earth. Very good clean copy of this interesting book. Bookseller Inventory # 13670
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