For Sale is an Issue of "Country Life," for August 21st, 1937. This Issue contains 13 Pages, 26 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Very Good. (No Supplement with this Issue.)
Front Page shows a Photograph called "Like the Tracery of vast Gothic Windows. Tall Beech Trees in Kingscote Wood, Gloucestershire." During their recent visit to the Cotswolds, the Royal English Forestry Society inspected Mr. J. E. Workman's woods. The remarkable tree in the centre has the following dimensions : 20.75 inches quarter-girth at 5ft. ; timber height, 111ft. ; maximum height, 140-150ft.
1- Editorial called "Moor and Forest Economics.
2- Editorial called "Grey Squirrels and the law.
3- Country Notes. a- The Menace of the Roads. b- The Veterinary Service. c- Britain and Germany at Play. d- Anti-Litter Cranks. e- The Melancholy Thistle. f- Ten Downing Street. g- Demeures Historiques. h- British Gliding. i- Hats and Hat Tricks. j- The Claims of Archaeology.
4- The Weekly Feature "A Casual Commentary," - Up The Family !. Written by B.D.
5- Safeguarding Avebury. Written by Edith Olivier.
6- A Deer Forest Problem. (Records of Average Weights.) Written by C. Fitzherbert.
7- Bird Watching on the Sands O' Dee. Written by Guy B. Farrar.
8- Featured Home this Week is "The Chateau De Tanlay, Burgundy. The Property of The Comte and Comtesse De La Chauviniere." Written by Durfort.
9- Books and Authors. - Letters from Anywhere but Iceland : A Review by Humbert Wolfe.
10- At the Theatre.- The End and the beginning. Written by George Warrington.
11- Through Chinese Eyes. (Mr. Chang Yee's Paintings of the Lakes.) Written by R.C.
12- Golf by Bernard Darwin. - (The Feel and The Photograph.)
13- Spawner or Kelt ?. Written by West Country.
15- Agricultural Notes. a- Injurious Weeds. b- Fruit Supplis in 1936. c- The Pig Breeders' Annual, 1937-37.