OXFORD PAST AND PRESENT, A Pictorial Record of the Ancient City of Oxford [UK]

By: C W Judge, compiler

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OXFORD PAST AND PRESENT, A Pictorial Record of the Ancient City of Oxford [UK] by C W Judge, compiler
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Oxford Illustrators Limited, Oxford, England ISBN:902280007, 1970. Hardcover, 11" x 8½", with dust jacket. 2½" sealed tear to rear of jacket. VERY GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Black cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, illustrated title-page, 117 b&w photographs, and two maps. This photographic collection has a 'then and now' theme: the main photo on each page is from the Harry Minns collection (now in the Bodleian Library) taken in 1880s - 1930s; the other photo have been taken from the exact spot where Minns' camera may have stood (wherever possible). A numbered map shows location of each site. Interesting text supports each combination of photographs.

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