Publisher: Sands & Co, London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, 1912, 1st edition. Hardback, 265 pages + foldout map. No dustjacket. Cover in blue cloth boards with light blue titling to spine and front and light blue decoration to front, is in generally good, sound condition with fading to spine and edges, bumping to corners and very slight fraying along front spine edge. Internally the book is in sound, generally firm condition commensurate with age with foxing to endpapers and some foxing spots here and there throughout and along page block edges. Hinge is somewhat weakened at page 17 and at 113 but binding still reasonably tight. Many fine full page photographs and a useful and fascinating fold out map at rear. Neat inscription on ffep dated April 1922. A fascinating, well illustrated and highly readable study of Oxford published for the Edwardian for the traveller and tourist and still a rewarding and informative read today.