Our Islands And Their People
Jose de Olivares,
The Thompson Publishing Company, 1905.
Perfect photographic and descriptive representations of the people and the islands acquired from Spain. Superbly illustrated with more than Twelve Hundred Special Photographs, Color types, and New Colored Maps.
Many hundreds of views of landscapes, rivers, valleys, hills and mountains. A wonderful hardcover 11.5 X 15.5
INCHES, VOLUME I AND II, a total of 784 pages. OUR ISLANDS AND THEIR PEOPLE As Seen With CAMERA AND PENCIL Introduced By Major General Joseph Wheeler, With Special Descriptive Matter And Narratives By Jose De Olivares, Edited And Arranged By William S. Bryan, 1905, The Thompson Publishing Co.
2 VOLUME SET COMPLETE In Two Volumes. Large Format Green Hardback Books, Illustrated Throughout. Embracing perfect photographic and descriptive representations of the people and the islands lately acquired from Spain, including Hawaii and the Philippines; also their material resources and productions, homes of the people, their customs and general appearance, with many hundred views of landscapes, rivers, valleys, hills, and mountains, so complete as to practically transfer the islands and their people to the pictured place. With a special consideration of the conditions that prevailed before the declaration of war, by senators Proctor, Thurston, Money and numerous prominent writers and correspondents, and a comparison with conditions as they now exist. Two Volume 1 features Cuba and Puerto Rico;
Volume 2, Hawaii and the Philippines. More than 1200 photographs, many of which are full page color rotogravures, along with color maps. Good condition, spines and edges have very little wear, some slight fading on the covers. The pages inside are clean, very light general aging.
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