One Kings Lane

Press Enter
Register Later

Welcome

Unique furniture, decor, and more
up to 70% off

Save what you love.

Sign up to save your favorite products and
access them anytime, anyplace.

One more detail

And you can start shopping

Forgot Your Password?

Please enter your email address below and we will send you an email to confirm your password.

Forgot Your Password?

Thank you. If a matching email exists we will send you an email in a few minutes with instructions on how to reset your password.

Don't forget to check your spam folder if you cannot find the email. For further assistance please contact us at customercare@onekingslane.com.

Click anywhere on the image to zoom. Click and drag the image to pan.
Zoom
Vintage

Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930

dr carrot

This item is no longer available.
Shop Today’s Events
Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930
Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930
Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930
Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930
Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930
Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930
Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930
Down the Tiber, Up to Rome, 1930

Shipping & Returns

Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; ragging to dust jacket
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
10" L x 7" W x 2" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Down the Tiber and Up to Rome by Harold Donaldson Eberlein, Geoffrey J. Marks and Frank A. Wallis. J. B. Lippincott Company, 1930. Stated first edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. 207 pages. The tale of three men in a black rubber canoe, seven-feet long by three-feet wide. They paddled, were carried or were swept by rapids down the Tiber, 195 miles to Rome. Frontispiece in color and 12 illustrations from drawings by Frank A. Wallis.
As described by dr carrot

About dr carrot

From East Coast attics to Midwest rumpus rooms, Dr. Carrot ferrets out charming vintage tomes on travel and cooking, fashion and art, nature and nurture, and most prized of all, illustrated children's books. Coming from a long line of publishers, authors, literacy teachers and diarists, Dr. Carrot's passionate love of reading was genetically pre-determined.