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Cornelia Stratton Parker Archives
Cornelia Stratton Parker • 28 Items / 19 Articles, 9 Books
More Ports, More Happy Places (1927)
Further Adventures of an American Mother and Her Children in Europe
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    Current Books (4 Reviews)
    Travel
    1. River Thames by F.V. Morley
    2. More Ports, More Happy Places by Cornelia Stratton Parker
    3. Ancient Cities and Modern Tribes by Thomas Gann
    4. The Valley of Arno by Edward Hutton
    The Outlook, March 23, 1927, p. 379
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    Globe Trotting Through Books (5 Reviews)
    Paris, by Sidney Dark
    1. Paris by Sidney Dark
    2. Motor West by Caroline Rittenberg
    3. A Griffin in China by Genevieve B. Wimsatt
    4. More Ports, More Happy Places by Cornelia Stratton Parker
    5. Cruising Around the World and the Seven Seas by Stanton Davis Kirkham
    The Bookman, July 1927
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    Travel
    1. A World Cruise Log by Joseph H. Appel
    2. More Ports, More Happy Places by Cornelia Stratton Parker
    3. Panama of Today by A. Hyatt Verrill
    4. Scouting on Two Continents by Frederick Russell Burnham and Mary Nixon Everett, ...
    5. King Arthur's Country by Frederick J. Snell
    The Saturday Review, March 26, 1927, p. 684
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    "For to Behold This World So Wide---" (8 Reviews)
    A View of Sierra Leone, by F.W.H. Migeod
    1. A View of Sierra Leone by F.W.H. Migeod
    2. Life and Laughter 'Midst the Cannibals by Clifford W. Collinson
    3. Jungle Paths and Inca Ruins by William Montgomery McGovern
    4. Timbuctoo by Leland Hall
    5. Oasis and Simoon by Ferdinand Ossendowski
    6. Adventures in Arabia by William B. Seabrook
    7. More Ports, More Happy Places by Cornelia Stratton Parker
    8. Two Vagabonds in Albania by Jan Gordon and Cora Gordon
    The New Republic, December 28, 1927, pp. 174-175