Londonderry, Ireland: Lomeshie Research Centre, ,
First Edition. small quarto, sheets stitched into printed red boards, in dust jacket. 62 pp. Lomeshie Research Centre, Item #32190
Raphael Ernest Grail Armattoe (12 August 1913 – 22 December 1953) was a Ghanaian medical doctor, author, poet and politician. He was nominated for the 1949 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology and was a campaigner for unification of British and French Togoland. He was called by the New York Post 'the ‘Irishman' from West Africa', and the BBC producer Henry Swanzy referred to him as the 'African Paracelsus'." Illustrated. Book lightly scuffed at corners, dust jacket with edgewear.