Modern gypsies[.] The story of a twelve thousand mile motor camping trip encircling the United States[.] By Mary Crehore Bedell (photographs by the author). MARY CREHORE BEDELL.

Modern gypsies[.] The story of a twelve thousand mile motor camping trip encircling the United States[.] By Mary Crehore Bedell (photographs by the author). New York: Brentano's, Publishers, [1924]. 19x13.2 cm (octavo), pp. [1-6] 7 [8] 9 [10] 11-262 [263-264: blank], 34 inserted plates with illustrations from photographs, 1 inserted map, original pictorial green cloth, front cover stamped in orange, gray and black, spine panel stamped in gold. First edition. "The Yosemite," pages 133-160. The Bedells spent two weeks in the public camp near Camp Curry in late May. On their way to the Valley they visited the Mariposa Grove of Big Trees and spent a night in Wawona. Due to heavy snow they used the four-mile trail to overnight at the Glacier Point Hotel. There is a good account of nightly entertainment at Camp Curry in the 1920s. A bright, nearly fine copy. Provenance: Signed inscription by the author's husband Frederick Bedell to Mr. and Mrs. Millett Morgan on the front free endpaper. (#166582).

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