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Official Guide Norwich 1939

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Product description

A very typical guide book. It has been well used. There are card covers and a dust jacket which has its flaps pasted into position.; The front one has its flap spine completely separated. The rear one is intact but both have considerable wear of the upper edge. There is a stamp of the Co-Operative Travel Service on both front and back and one on the title page. The book is in two parts: the first is a series of six walks in the town described by R H Mottram, and the second containing a variety of local information. The whole is interspersed with period advertisements and many black and white photographs of local monuments etc.
The outside looks decidedly uninviting but the text block is surprisingly clean and tight.. There is a fold out map at the rear which is intact.

Item details

Author(s):
R H Mottram
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
18 x 13 cm approx
Edition:
1939
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
150
Publisher:
Norwich Publicity Association
Title:
Official Guide Norwich 1939

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A very typical guide book. It has been well used. There are card covers and a dust jacket which has its flaps pasted into position.; The front one has its flap spine completely separated. The rear one is intact but both have considerable wear of the upper edge. There is a stamp of the Co-Operative Travel Service on both front and back and one on the title page. The book is in two parts: the first is a series of six walks in the town described by R H Mottram, and the second containing a variety of local information. The whole is interspersed with period advertisements and many black and white photographs of local monuments etc.
The outside looks decidedly uninviting but the text block is surprisingly clean and tight.. There is a fold out map at the rear which is intact.

Author(s):
R H Mottram
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
18 x 13 cm approx
Edition:
1939
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
150
Publisher:
Norwich Publicity Association
Title:
Official Guide Norwich 1939

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