For Sale is an Issue of "Country Life, for August 14th, 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 "In the Forest of Birse."
1- Editorial called "The National Theatre."
2- Editorial called "The Harvest."
3- Country Notes. a- Terriers in Camp. b- Watchers of the Skies. c- The Fate of Broome Park. d- Yachts big and small. e- S.P.A.B. (Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.) f- Good Cricket. g- By-Passing St. Albans. h- The Port of Billingsgate. i- Our Foreign Visitors. j- Animals and the Cinema. k- Labelling the Hills.
4- The Weekly Feature "A Casual Commentary." (The Long Vacation.) Written by B.D.
5- A Philosopher on the Moors. Written by Hugh Pollard.
6- The New Museums of Modern Art in Paris. Written by James Lees-Milne.
7- Harpooning the Basking Shark. (A New Sport with Exciting Possibilities.) Written by G. V. Hett.
8- The Uses of Birch Poles. Written by E. F. Nevile.
9- The Country Towns and Villages of England. - "Long Melford, Suffolk, the Church, the Almshouses, and the Green." Written by Arthur Oswald.
10- The Branch Line. Written by Christopher Whitfield.
11- At the Theatre. "Ben Johnson on Avon." Written by George Warrington.
12- Books and Authors. "Lady Rockley on Miss Jekyll's Gardening Lore." Written by C. Fox Smith.
13- Lord Belper as Sportsman. (With Gun and Rod in Scotland, New Zealand and India.) Written by Frank Wallace.
14- Agricultural Notes.
15- Golf by Bernard Darwin. (The Green Tree and the Dry.)
16- Battles Happily Forgotten. (Prize-Fights on Royston Heath.)