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Harry A. Franck Archives
Harry A. Franck • 58 Items / 24 Books, 33 Articles, 1 Review
I Discover Greece (1929)
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    Greece and Its Islands (2 Reviews)
    I Discover Greece, by Harry A. Franck
    1. I Discover Greece by Harry A. Franck
    2. Home of Nymphs and Vampires by George Horton
    The Nation, June 12, 1929, p. 720
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    Check List of New Books (3 Reviews)
    Travel
    1. Embassy to Tamerlane, 1403-1406 by Ruy Gonzalez de Clavijo and Guy Le Strange
    2. Home of Nymphs and Vampires by George Horton
    3. I Discover Greece by Harry A. Franck
    The American Mercury, June 1929
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    Bon Voyage (6 Reviews)
    Here and There About Europe
    1. The Flavor of Holland by Adele de Leeuw
    2. A Wayfarer in Austria by G.E.R. Gedye
    3. Home of Nymphs and Vampires by George Horton
    4. Greece by William Miller
    5. I Discover Greece by Harry A. Franck
    6. From Rome to Florence by Hubbard Hutchinson
    The Bookman, August 1929
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    The New Books (13 Reviews)
    Miniatures and Silhouettes, by Max von Boehn
    1. Miniatures and Silhouettes by Max von Boehn
    2. The Peep Show by Mrs. Henry Dudeney
    3. African Harvest by Nora Stevenson
    4. Belinda by Hilaire Belloc
    5. Shipwreck in Europe by Josef Bard
    6. Five Women on a Galley by Suzanne Normand
    7. Summer Fruit by Dornford Yates
    8. The Edge of the Nest by Philip Stevenson
    9. The History of Biology by Erik Nordenskiold
    10. I Discover Greece by Harry A. Franck
    11. Combing the Caribbees by Harry L. Foster
    12. The Cruise of the Kronprinz Wilhelm by Alfred von Niezychowski
    13. A Wayfarer in the Pyrenees by E. Iliff Robson
    The Saturday Review, July 6, 1929, p. 1165