1925. Illustrated with many photographs taken by or presented to the author. Seton began writing articles for San Francisco newspapers under the pen name of Dorothy Dodge. She married Ernest Thompson Seton who was a founder of the Boy Scouts of America. Active for women's rights, and with her husband, helped to organize the Girl Pioneers (later the Camp Fire Girls). In the 1920s and 1930s Seton visited Japan, China, Indochina, Hawaii, Egypt and Latin American and later wrote seven travel autobiographies including Yes, Lady Saheb.
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