For Sale is an Issue of "Country Life," for July 17th 1937. This issue contains 13 Pages, 26 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Very Good, the Spine being strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. (No Supplement with this issue.)
Front page shoiws a Photograph of "The King and Queen in Scotland." Their Majesties with Lord Rosebery at Musselburg Races.
1- Editorial called "The Location of Industry.
2- Editorial called "National Horse Week."
3- Country Notes. a- The Call of the Wild. b- Roadside Advertising. c- The Case of Selborne. d- The National Trust Report. e- The "Country Life" Exhibition Ends. f- Architectural Records. g- Creator of the Fitzwilliam. h- Grass-Growers in Wales. i- Good Cricket Matches. j- Designers For Industry. k- The Week-End Cottage Problem.
4- The Weekly Feature "A Casual Commentary." (A Great Scotsman's Book. ) Written by B.D.
5- The Royal Visit to Scotland. (Memories and Reflections.) Written by R.C.
6- Scotland's Empire Exhibition. (Preparing the shape of things to come.)
7- The King's Bodyguard for Scotland. (The Royal Company of Archers.) Written by Sir Patrick Ford, BT.
8- Featured Home this Week is "Mar Lodge, Aberdeenshire. A Seat of their Royal Highnesses Prince and Princess Arthur of Connaught." The Highland residence built by the Duke of Fife 1895-98 near Braemar on the upper Dee, replaces a succession of buildings reaching back to Pictish times. Written by Christopher Hussey.
9- Sea Trout in Shetland. Written by Piscator Senior.
10- Books and Authors. (The Tragedy of Edward Thomas.)
11- Grouse-Shooting Prospects. Written by Grouse.
12- Stalking with a Camera. Written by Anthony Buxton.
13- The Banchory Gun-Dogs. Written by A. Croxton Smith.
14- The Greffuhle Collection. Written by J. De Sfrre
15- At The Theatre. (Light Fingers and Light Toes.) Written by George Warrington.