A Pictorial Review of My Service on the Asiatic Station - By A Bluejacket - V. D. Z. 1914 - Privately Printed, Printed in China (see last image) - First and only edition. A photographic record of the U.S.S. Saratoga, the United States flagship of the Asiatic Station in 1912, mostly covering Hong Kong and China. [29 x 22 cm]

Containing 406 black and white illustrations from photographs and three maps, together with index to the numbered photographs and accompanying descriptions. At the rear is an itinerary of ports visited which has been left blank.

The photographs where practically all taken by bluejackets off the various ships of the Asiatic Fleet or by Burr Photo Co., Denniston & Sullivan, or Rembrandt’.
  U.S.S. Saratoga, 380 foot, 8200 ton man-of-war - Left the united states in May 1910 for the Asiatic Station, releiving the U.S.S. Charleston as Flagship of the Station.

pp. [114] 14 [22]
  Condition: Very good, minor rubbing to edges, wear to upper edges of endpapers, short closed tears to edges of a few pages including the title page,   Ref: 105431   Price: HK$ 15,000