The Sponge Divers
Charmian Clift and George Johnston
For thousands of years, the Greek island Kalymnos was famous for its sponge divers. When a cheaper synthetic sponge was invented a 3,000 year-old way of life was coming to an end. This book is the compelling story of people facing that change; one small port in one small island in a remote sea.
Hardback with dust jacket in cellophane cover. Foxing to edges of all pages and also to the first and last halk dozen pages. Book seller’s sticker on inside front cover.
146 mm x 206 mm (approx. 5.75 in x 8.25 in)
1955, Collins, London