This collection contains 4 accounts of travel in southeastern Europe, containing a significant portion devoted to Bosnia and Hercegovina. The texts were chosen because they were not copyright restricted, had coverage that fit the above profile, and duplicated holdings in University of Michigan Library's collection, which were either copies or microfilms. The four texts are: Bosnie et Herzegovin: Souvenirs de Voyage pendant l'Insurrection, by Charles Yriarte, published in Paris by E. Plon et Cie, 1876; Dalmatia: the Land Where East Meets West, by Maude M. Holbach, published in London and New York by John Lane, 1910; The Balkan Peninsula, by Emile de Laveleye, published in New York and London by G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1887; and Travels in the Slavonic Provinces of Turkey-in-Europe, by G. Muir Mackenzie and A.P. Irby, published in London by Daldy, Isbister & Co., 1877. There are approximately 200 titles that describe southeastern Europe, and in particular, Bosnia and Hercegovina, throughout history. Of these, University of Michigan Library houses 100, excluding the 4 texts mentioned above.