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David and Charles Livingstone
Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambesi and its Tributaries
and of the discovery of the lakes Shirwa and Nyassa 1858-1864.
The Grapes of Wrath (fine first British edition 1939)
David C. Turnley (photographs), Alan Cowell (text), Alan Boesak (foreword)
WHY ARE THEY WEEPING? SOUTH AFRICANS UNDER APARTHEID (Inscribed by photographer)
Warmly inscribed by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer to Allan Boesak
South Africa Today (copy inscribed by the author)
Emily Hobhouse (translator)
Tant' Alie of Transvaal (near fine copy in the rare original dust jacket)
James [Sligo] Jameson, edited by his wife.
STORY OF THE REAR COLUMN OF THE EMIN PASHA RELIEF EXPEDITION.
By the Late James S. Jameson, Naturalist to the Expedition
A Character Sketch of Gen. the Hon. J. C. Smuts, Minister of Defence Union of South Africa (a very early Smuts biography)
To a God Unknown (author's third novel)
Colonel Francis Cornwallis Maude
Five Years in Madagascar
With Notes on the Military Situation.
T. J. ALLDRIDGE, F.R.G.S.
The Sherbro and its Hinterland
Three Years in Savage Africa
Original Introduction by Henry M. Stanley
2 Books concerning The Sultanate of Oman
C. Louis Leipoldt, Alice Greene, Betty Molteno & others
Songs of the Veld (Anglo-Boer War book of Poetry)
South-West Africa. Formerly German South-West Africa. (in original dustwrapper)
Mikel Goldin & Herman Charles Bosman
Ghost-written by Herman Charles Bosman
Unofficial Despatches - (King Kong author's first work of prose)
From Ox-Waggon to Railway; being a brief History of Rhodesia and the Matabele Nation - (a very early Rhodesian printing 1897)
Fergus W. Ferguson (editor)
Southern Rhodesia: An Account of its Past History, Present Development, Natural Riches & Future Prospects - Ex Oppenheimer Library
The '96 Rebellions (reprint of The British South Africa Company Reports on the Native Disturbances in Rhodesia 1896 - 97)
George Cawston, ESQ.
British South Africa Company. Detailed Reports. 1891 to 1895 (three reports bound into one volume)