For Sale is an issue of "Country Life," for October 2nd. 1937. This issue contains 12 Pages 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition of Print is Very Good, with the Spine strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. (No Supplement with this issue.)
Front Page shows a Portrait photograph of "Lady Diana Hamilton-Russell." Lady Diana Hamilton-Russell, the third daughter of the Earl and Countess of Dartmouth, was married at Brompton Parish Church on Monday to the Hon. John Hamilton-Russell, the Royals, who is the third son of Viscount and Viscountess Boyne.
1- Editorial called "In Corpore Sano."
2- Country Notes. a- "The Immortal Heritage." b- Endeavour Home. c- In the Manifold Valley. d- Seats in the Parks. e- The Abbey Re-opens. (Westminster Abbey.) f- The Dean of Westminster. g- The Threat to Newlyn. (Clearance and Remodelling under the Housing Act.) h- The Berkshire Ridgeway. i- Handel's House. j- A Side-Line in Fruit Growing.
3- Orkney Revisited-II. (The "Old-Fowl.") Written by Frances Pitt.
4- The Old Astronomical Instruments at Peiping. By Dr. H. Spencer Jones, F.R.S., Astronomer Royal.
5- Books and Authors. "That Old Mug." A Review by C. Fox Smith.
6- A Casual Commentary. (Black and Amber.) Written by B.D.
7- A Georgian Sculptor Discovered. 1- Charles Stanley (1703-1761) and his English Colleagues. Written by Katharine A. Esdaile.
8- At The Theatre. (Mr. Priestley and the Fourth Dimension.) Written by George Warrington.
9- The Lesson of the German Motor Roads. Written by C.D. Buchanan.
10- Where Are The Grouse. (Some reasons for the Poor results of the Season.) Written by M. Portal.
11- Agricultural Notes. (Foot Rot In Sheep.) Written by H.G.R.
12- Golf by Bernard Darwin. (Three Hours and Five Minutes.)
14- The Iron Mare of the Age. Written by Bird's-Eye.