Welcome to Phnom Penh. The American Embassy.
Welcome to Phnom Penh
Welcome to Phnom Penh
"Le Cambodge is the fanciest and most elaborate of the night spots and is stocked with taxi-girls. Le Club, on the Moha Vithei Preah Bat Monivong near the MAAG Housing Area, is a quieter, smaller, and more intimate place. Le Petit Tricotin is a block-square complex of night clubs and restaurants. You will find all night clubs expensive."

Welcome to Phnom Penh

Very Good. Item #9792

[Washington, D.C.? or perhaps Phnom Penh]: The American Embassy, 1957. First Edition. Small Octavo (21x13.5cm); 34pp. Five line drawings and a double-spread of B&W documentary photographs. Saddle-stapled illustrated card covers.

Very lightly soiled covers with previous owner's signature at top right of front. Minimal wear; textblock unmarred and unmarked.

This introductory reference pamphlet was part of the portfolio of information given to new diplomats and staffers at the American Embassy in Cambodia's capital—an informative and moving document, describing the "Pearl of Asia" long before Pol Pot had cast his shadow over the city.

Price: $45.00