QUENTIN KEYNES: EXPLORER, FILM-MAKER, LECTURER AND BOOK-COLLECTOR 1921-2003

By: Keynes, Simon (ed.)

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"For fifty years, Quentin Keynes led small groups of teenagers on safari in Africa. He made films of his adventures, wrote articles for the National Geographic Magazine, and showed his films in schools and colleges throughout America and Britain. This book contains the texts of the addresses given by his friends at one or other of the two memorial meetings held in October 2003, at the Royal Geographical Society (London) and the Explorers Club (New York). It also contains a memoir by his elder brother, Richard Keynes, and a more extended account of his life, and collections, by his nephew, Simon Keynes." This edition is limited to 500 copies of which this is number 476 for Stephan Pollard from Simon Keynes on Quentin's behalf (the latter part of the message is handwritten by Simon Keynes). 246 pp. Turquoise cloth covers with gilt initials on front cover, gilt title on spine. DJ in NF condition, protected in glassine cover. Cover spine ends are bent from shelf wear. Decorative endpapers. Interior is pristine. Book in NF condition.

Title: QUENTIN KEYNES: EXPLORER, FILM-MAKER, LECTURER AND BOOK-COLLECTOR 1921-2003

Author Name: Keynes, Simon (ed.)

Illustrator: Illustrated

Categories: Biographies, National Geographic, Memoir,

Edition: Limited Autographed Edition

Publisher: Cambridge, Simon Keynes: 2004

ISBN Number: 0907435173

ISBN Number 13: 9780907435174

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Type: Memoir

Inscription: Signed by Editor

Size: Size: Approx. 5 3/4

Seller ID: 007479

Keywords: Biography, Memoir, National Geographic