(AFRICA: IVORY COAST.) Remarkable photographic archive of American life and mercantile enterprise in French West Africa during the 1930s. 1932-6.
Presented by Adam Douglas, Senior Rare Book Specialist at Peter Harrington. A unique and vivid archive of extraordinary breadth, comprising nearly 1,200 images that provide a striking panorama of colonial life in the Ivory Coast during the 1930s, as seen through the eyes of Brents Rowlett Gruber, wife of Lewis H. Gruber, an American entrepreneur from Louisville, Kentucky, who was involved in the logging industry and ran a Chevrolet dealership in Abidjan and Grand Bassam, trading under the name L. H. Gruber & Cie. See this item on our website: http://www.peterharrington.co.uk/remarkable-photographic-archive-of-american-life-and-mercantile-enterprise-in-french-west-africa-during-the-1930s.html