1946 1st edition "Second Impression" stated on copyright page; SIGNED BY AUTHOR to previous owner on half-title page; Coward-McCann publishers, New York; hardbound in green boards with gilt stamp lettering on cover and spine (slight fading on spine); very good condition with unmarked pages; minimal wear to boards; no dust jacket.
The land of the coral and the deep blue sea is again coming into its own after the lean war years. Tourists are going back to Bermuda in ever increasing numbers as transportation is provided. In spite of air travel most Americans will continue to reach Bermuda by ship, and what more pleasant and instructive book could they read on board than Bermuda Journey, a book which fills a real need. This is a leisurely guide book written by one of the island's most substantial citizens. It's a complete literary tour of the Bermuda Islands, includes maps and an index and attractive drawings by Scott White.