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Leland Hall • 17 Items / 5 Books, 11 Articles
Timbuctoo (1927)
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Published Reviews
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    The New Books (3 Reviews)
    Papillee, by Marcus Cheke
    1. Papillee by Marcus Cheke
    2. Trevy the River by Leslie Reid
    3. Timbuctoo by Leland Hall
    The Saturday Review, March 10, 1928, p. 671
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    Africana (4 Reviews)
    Timbuctoo, by Leland Hall
    1. Timbuctoo by Leland Hall
    2. The Black Journey by Georges-Marie Haardt and Louis Auduin-Dubriel, ...
    3. The African Saga by Blaise Cendrars
    4. Gritny People by R. Emmet Kennedy
    The Bookman, February 1928, pp. 701-702
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    Lighting Darkest Africa (5 Reviews)
    Algeria from Within, by R.V.C. Bodley
    1. Algeria from Within by R.V.C. Bodley
    2. Desert Winds by Hafsa
    3. Timbuctoo by Leland Hall
    4. Travels in North Africa by Nahum Slouschz
    5. Savage Abyssinia by James E. Baum
    The Saturday Review, May 12, 1928, pp. 857-858
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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