The Frontier Tradition in South Africa. A lecture delivered before the University of Oxford at Rhodes House on 5th. March 1930.

£19.00

In order to give a correct and precise account of what this little pamphlet is about,it would almost be necessessary to read it completely through.The sub title tells us that it is based on a lecture delivered before the University of Oxford at Rhodes house.The subject being the Frontier Tradition in South Africa,it seems to be saying that the British ,and Boer settlers of the Cape,and the early pioneers have a great tradition that binds the nation together.Difficult item to describe.

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Limp printed card covers,in a rather shabby state,very worn and almost detached,and faded,Size 9×6 pp 24,no plates text only.Hinges brocken,and detached from text-block,some writing and lining in the margins,and staines to tops of pages.otherwise reasonably clean. Note. This is a rare signed copy which makes it more expensive.But the condition is poor.

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