The Diaries of George C Woolley, Volume 1: 1901-1907
Danny Wong Tze Ken & Stella Moo-Tan (eds)
Woolley was a colonial administrator in British North Borneo, now the Malaysian state of Sabah, in the early 20th century. He was also a keen ethnographer amassing a large amount of information about the indigenous people amongst whom he worked. He retired in Borneo and gave his collection of diaries, traditional artifacts and photographs to the state to found what is today the Sabah Museum. This diary covers his first tour of duty before his return to the UK for a brief break. New Hardback in a Near Fine Dust Jacket. First Edition. 358 pages with an index, some black and white plates and annotations.
Weight: 1.7 kg Post free within Malaysia, but may incur additional charges when posted elsewhere.
Condition: The dust jacket has slight curling at the edges