The Fringe of the Moslem World

Being the tale of a random journey by land from Cairo to Constantinople, with enough of present conditions to suggest the growingly antagonistic attitude of the followers of Mohammed toward those who profess Christianity

Harry Franck wrote this book in 1928, after spending much of "the year of the Haj 1345"--or 1927 to the Western world--traveling from Egypt through what is now Isreal and on up into Greece. The front papers of the book show the route he took:

Like the other books, this was published with all of his own photographs by The Century Company. A later "dollar edition" was published by Grosset and Dunlop with only a few pictures. Here's just a sampling: