What does it feel like to be an archaeologist’s wife? When Mrs Eleanor Lothrop married one of the most distinguished living explorers of early American civilizations, she had no idea of the thrills, discomforts and entertainments in store for her as she gallantly followed her husband into the wilder parts of Chile, Guatemala, Honduras and the Panama Canal zone.
255 pages. Published 1949 by John Lehman, London. Hardcover with clean dust jacket, with very minor wear and tear.
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