Scottish Architecture, Nature, and History Books Including "Great Walks"
|Title and Author/Editor||Fruits for the Home Garden by U. P. Hedrick (Oxford University Press, 1944), The Symbol Stones of Scotland: A Social Anthropological Resolution of the Problem of the Picts by Anthony Jackson (The Orkney Press, 1984), The Stones of Scotland Edited by George Scott-MonCrieff (B. T. Batsford Ltd., 1938), Scottish Islands by Ian Grimble (British Broadcasting Corporation, 1985), Seeds of Blood and Beauty: Scottish Plant Explorers by Ann Lindsay (Birlinn, 2005), A History of Scottish Architecture: From the Renaissance to the Present Day by Miles Glendinning, Ranald MacInnes, and Aonghus MacKechnie (Edinburgh University Press, 1996), Scottish Crafts by Ian Finlay (George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, 1948), Scotland’s Nature in Trust by J. Laughton Johnston (T & A D Poyster Ltd, 2000), Great Walks: Scotland by Hamish Brown, Rennie McOwan and Richard Mearns (Ward Lock Ltd, 1991), Private Gardens of Scotland by James Truscott (Harmony Books, 1988), and Operation Survival: A Celebration of People and Nature in Scotland by Sally-Ann Wilson (Mainstream Publishing Company, 1996)|
|Genre||Reference, Art and Photography, Crafts and Hobbies, History, Nature|
|Signed by||Magnus Magnusson (Operation Survival)|
|Number of Books||11|
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- shaken but generally tight bindings, loose hinges, page discoloration and foxing, edge and dust jacket wear, bowing, bumped and cocked spines, interior markings, and some sticker residue.
- measures Operation Survival.