KONODY, Paul George. Through the Alps to the Apennines. London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co Ltd., 1911.
8vo. Original sand-coloured cloth, illustrated and lettered in black and blue; pp. xii, 370, , colour frontispiece, plates after photographs, illustrations in the text, cloth a little rubbed, light offseting from endpapers, otherwise very good.
First edition. 'The car was a 30 H. P. White Steam - noiseless, running as smoothly as a sledge, provided with a comfortable touring body and luggage-carrier; and, above all, a splendid hill-climber. She seemed positively enjoying flying uphill, and to express her pleasure by a gentle, musical chirping sound, to which she owed her name - the Cricket' (p. 2). The motoring tour focused much on steep inclines, and altitude differences of the points visited during the journey are given as tables.