New York: Blue Ribbon Books, Inc., 1931. 371 pp. 5 3/4 x 8 1/2"; Pictorial dust jacket with some minor creases and rubbing, in very good condition; Green cloth over boards with crisp black lettering on spine, illustrated with 42 black and white photographs and map endpapers, in very good condition.
Blue Ribbon Books was established by a group of publishers, such as Dodd & Mean, Harper, and Little Brown, in order to reprint titles that would compete with Grosset & Dunlap, which was another reprint firm around the same time. This binding is plainer than the original but does have a dust jacket in great condition. This book is about the first motor caravan to cross Central Equatorial Africa and was turned into a film in 1930, but is considered an exploitation film.