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ISBN:
0396063365
Author:
Sydney Clark
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dodd, Mead; 2nd edition (1971)
Pages:
596 pages
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Sydney Aylmer Clark had an incurable wanderlust which led him to become one of the most prolific and highly regarded travel writers. Mr. Clark didn't make his first trip abroad until he was 6, but what he lacked in precocity he soon made up for by repetition

Sydney Aylmer Clark had an incurable wanderlust which led him to become one of the most prolific and highly regarded travel writers. Clark didn't make his first trip abroad until he was 6, but what he lacked in precocity he soon made up for by repetition. Traveling with his father, the Rev. Francis Edward Clark, founder of the Christian Endeavor movement, Sydney Clark had made half a dozen vis Sydney Aylmer Clark had an incurable wanderlust which led him to become one of the most prolific and highly regarded travel writers

Clark, Sydney, 1890-1975.

Clark, Sydney, 1890-1975. New York, Dodd, Mead.

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Francis Clark and Son was an engineering business in the early days of South Australia, founded by Francis Clark (1799–1853), previously a silversmith and magistrate in Birmingham, England.

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We've put together a list of Sydney’s best bookshops, from the dusty to the designer. The family-run Gleebooks have been in the book business for over 40 years, and it's fair to say they know their Descartes from their Dahl

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Lieutenant Ralph Clark cultivated the island as a vegetable garden in 1789 after arriving with the First Fleet the year .

Lieutenant Ralph Clark cultivated the island as a vegetable garden in 1789 after arriving with the First Fleet the year before. Though his vegetables were continually stolen, the name Clark remains firmly attached to the island, which is now a recreational haven for Sydneysiders. Savour a tranquil picnic lunch while you soak up Clark Island’s exceptional vistas and historic surroundings. Wander its bushland pathways and feel you’ve stepped into a postcard as you indulge in some of the city’s best Opera House and Harbour Bridge views. Just remember to book before you come.