[DWJ] More off-topicality

Jenny Schwartzberg schwartzbergj at newberry.org
Wed Apr 30 13:17:59 EDT 2008

Dear Roger,

I'm assuming this is a British book.  The only one in the 1900-1930 
period that seems to fit is the following:

Bridges, Thomas Charles.  /The sky riders: a stirring tale of adventure 
round the world by T. C. Bridges.  Illustrated by G. Henry Evison/.  
London: George G. Harrap, 1921.  192 p., [5] l. of pls., ill. (some 
col.), 20 cm.  OCLC lists this edition at Oxford and 5 U.S. locations.  
UK Copac lists at British Library, Oxford and National Library of Scotland.

It was republished in New York by Moffat Yard in 1923.  That edition is 
at the University of Delaware.

It was reprinted in London as part of:

Bridges, Thomas Charles.  /The T.C. Bridges adventure book: Three 
complete stories: The mystery message, The sky riders, Martin Crusoe/.  
London: G.G. Harrap & Co., 1933.  OCLC lists at Louisiana State 
University and University of Victoria, British Columbia.  UK Copac lists 
at British Library, National Library of Scotland and Oxford.

If you want your own copy, there are 31 copies available at 
http://www.vialibri.net <http://www.vialibri.net/>

There were several US books with sky riders in the title in the 1930s 
but I really doubt they would have mentioned Touaregs.

Jenny Schwartzberg
The Newberry Library
Chicago, IL

Roger Burton West wrote:
> As a child I read a book called _The Sky Riders_, which deals with
> stolen airships, an industrialist's beautiful daughter, Touaregs, and
> "there's things down there that don't _belong_ in the Natural History
> books". 1920s, I'd guess in retrospect.
> I'm just wondering whether anyone could tell me the author or any
> publication details.
> ObDWJ: well, none really. She doesn't seem to go in for airships much.
> R
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