Durban's Lady in White: An Autobiography

By: Gibson, Perla Siedle; Morley, Sam

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Signed by Author(s)204 pages (complete). Inscribed by Sam Morley, the editor (dated 24th March 1995). This date is noteworthy as a photograph is included of descendants (?) of 'The Lady in White' in front of the Royal Yacht Britannia who had berthed at the memorial to Perla Siedle Gibson at Durban harbour during the Queen's State Visit to South African in 1995. The 24th March was the day of a reception on board the boat. The inscription reads: "To Etienne What a fantastic monument, wasn't it? Sam Morely". The memoir of the legendary 'Lady in White' who sang her welcome to wartime ships as they arrived in Durban harbour is in general good, happy condition. The dustjacket has very general user wear to the seams and edges. It is secure and assured. The cover has some mild shelving wear and is tight and healthy. Inside, the contents are bright, fresh, cheerful, genial, clean, clear and tightly bound. fk. Our orders are shipped using tracked courier delivery services.

Title: Durban's Lady in White: An Autobiography

Author Name: Gibson, Perla Siedle; Morley, Sam

Categories: World War 2,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Aedificamus Press Ltd: 1993

ISBN Number: 0951170139

ISBN Number 13: 9780951170137

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Fair

Type: Hardcover

Inscription: signed

Seller ID: 24gp

Keywords: JPG