For Sale is an Issue of "Country Life," for October 9th 1937. This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition of Print is Very Good, the Spine being strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. (No Supplement with this Issue.)
Contents. Front Page shows a Colour Photograph called "A Septenber Snapshot," showing "Harry Tudor with some of the Wheatland Hounds."
Articles. 1- Editorial called "The Growth of the Motor Industry."
2- Editorial called "A Son of England." (50th Anniversary of the Death of Richard Jefferies.)
3- Country Notes. a- British Roads. b- Scarborough's Motor Race Track. c- Autumn Flowers at Olympia. d- The Morning Post. e- In Constables Country. f- History in Painting. g- Golfers on Strike. h- Birds in the Garden. i- The Veterinary Services. j- A State Banqueting Hall. 4- The Message of October. (Autumn in Town and Country.) Written by R.C.
5- The Not-so-Shy Water-Rail. Written and Illustrated by Lord William Percy.
6- October in the Deer Forest. (Some notes on the Rutting Season.) Written by C. Fitzherbert.
7- A Casual Commentary. (The First Cold.) Written by B.D.
8- Preparations for the Hunting Season. Written by M.F.
9- Featured Home this Week is "Toddington Manor, Gloucestershire. and Harlaxton Hall, Lincolnshire." Written by Arthur Oswald.
10- The Wood Fire : A Guide to Burning Qualities. Written by W. A. Robinette.
11- The Browett Gift of English Furniture at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Written by Ralph Edwards.
12- Books and Authors. (Richard Jefferies, Englishman ; A Review by Sir W. Beach Thomas.
13- Golf By Bernard Darwin. (A Memorable Medal Week.)