ROAD THROUGH KURDISTAN, THE NARRATIVE OF AN ENGINEER IN IRAQ
Publisher: Faber and Faber LTD
Condition: Very Good
Binding: Hard Cover
London; Faber and Faber LTD, . Hardcover, no dj. Fifth impression. 256pp+2 foldout maps at rear. Illustrated with b/w photographs. VG- condition. Boards/spine are quite worn and sun-faded, and have many age spots. Dust marks to top edge, and front endpaper has a few foxing spots and owner markings. Otherwise the contents are clean, virtually free of foxing, square and securely bound. This is the story of the Hamilton Road in Kurdistan, constructed by Archie Hamilton, a New Zealander who navigated the engineering issues as well as the challenges from local tribespeople. (cfm) *Parnassus Book Service has been in business since 1957.