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KIRKUS REVIEW

A piece of nonsense in which Rube Goldberg's unrestrained drawings are accompanied with equally unimportant information about travel abroad. From the take-off, to tourist high spots, to answers to recurrent questions, to money and measuring systems, away we go to photography (a world shaking invention here), to short histories of sightseeing musts, and end with the incubus of bringing presents home. For the silly season in going away gifts.

Pub Date: April 21st, 1954
Publisher: Vanguard