New York: Random House, 1973. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. Second edition. xii, 434 pp + b/w illustrations from photographs, with illustrations, index, map endpapers. Fine copy, signed on the front free endpaper "Pour Franciose Hilton avec mes meilleurs souhaits & OSANI! Jean-Pierre Hallet, New Year 1977." Dust jacket shows has closed tears and small chips to the top edge. In a new mylar cover. From the dust jacket: This volume "discusses an array of intriguing facts and legends of the little-known Pygmy culture. The highlight of his many observations is the meticulously documented evidence that the African Pygmies are actually the surviving roots of man's racial, religious and linguistic origin, that they are the direct ancestors of all the races." Purchased from the estate of Francesca Gabor Hilton. (Inventory #: 1937)
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