Through Algeria and Tunisia on a Motor-Bicycle - Lady Warren 1923 - Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston & New York - First American Edition (First English Edition 1922) An entertaining, early motorcycle narrative – and one of the first motorcycle travel stories written by a woman – Lady Warren’s account of her and her companion, only ever identified as ‘P’, as they travel more than 1700 miles through Algeria and Tunisia on a four horsepower belt-driven renovated 1918 Triumph with a Dunhill sidecar.

With map of itinerary, and numerous black and white photographs from the journey.
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