Camps and Trails in China. A Narrative of Exploration, Adventure, and Sport in Little-Known China - Roy Chapman Andrews, Yvette Borup Andrews 1918 - D. Appleton and Company, New York - First Edition First edition, with two folding maps and illustrated with 58 photographs.

The popular narrative of the American Museum of Natural History's 1916-1917 Asiatic Zoological Expedition. The expedition was mostly in Yunnan, China, but also entered Burma, Tibet, and Vietnam. This focusses on their travel and adventures, for the scientific part of the expedition a separate detailed report was issued.

Explorer and naturalist Roy Chapman Andrews (1884-1960) was the expedition's leader, while his wife, photographer and filmmaker Yvette Borup Andrews (1891-1959) was its photographer and also kept daily journals of the trip. She also contributed six chapters to the book, including ‘
The Women of China’, ‘Stalking Tibetans with a Camera’, and ‘Prisoners of War in Burma’.
  Provenance: Small booksellers plate of Chas. Lauriat, Boston to front pastedown.

Large octavo (book size 22.1x15.6cm), pp. xxv [1] 334. In publisher’s blue cloth, spine with lettering and Chinese symbols in gilt, upper board lettered and with vignette of tower in gilt, all edges trimmed.
  Condition: Very good, internally fine, light rubbing to boards, splits and wear to spine ends and corners, inner hinges starting.   Ref: 111109   Price: HK$ 1,500