The Lost Cyclist Book Event

From SFBC:

Author David V. Herlihy will discuss and sign the new paperback edition of The Lost Cyclist. Slideshow of photographs taken by the protagonist, Frank Lenz, 1890-94, before he disappeared during a round-the-world tour. More info

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