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Creator:
Betjeman, John, 1906-1984.
Title:
Ghastly good taste; or, A depressing story of the rise and fall of English architecture, by John Betjeman.
Published/Created:
London, Chapman & Hall, ltd., 1933.
Physical Description:
xi, 136 p. fold. pl., double tab. 19 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
NA961 .B4 1933 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
BEIN 2000 612: 1st ed., 1st state: p. 119, line 25 reads "Come Mowbray swell the praise"; tipped-in: additional spine label, 1 ALS to "Dear Professor" from John Betjeman, publisher's postcard advertisement for John Betjeman's Continual dew; from the collection of Duncan Andrews.
BEIN 2000 634: 1st ed., 1st state: p. 119, line 25 reads "Come Mowbray swell the praise"; presentation inscription to Dr. Soame Terryns from John Betjeman; tipped-in: additional spine label; from the collection of Duncan Andrews.
BEIN 2000 635: 2nd state: p. 119-120 a cancel, line 25 reads "Sing guild and craftsmen's praise"; presentation inscription to Father from Pete; autograph: John Betjeman; tipped-in: additional spine; from the collection of Duncan Andrews.
BEIN 2000 636: p. 119-120 is a cancel with "Sing guild and craftsmen's praise" crossed out by Betjeman and "Come, Mowbray swell the" written in lower margin; presentation inscription to Duncan Andrews from John Betjeman; tipped-in: additional spine; from the collection of Duncan Andrews.
Errata slip inserted before p. 1.
Subject Terms:
Andrews, Duncan -- Presentation inscription from J. Betjeman.
Architecture -- England.
Betjeman, John, Sir, 1906- -- Autograph.
Betjeman, John, Sir, 1906- -- Ms. notes.
Betjeman, John, Sir, 1906- -- Presentation inscription to D. Andrews.
Betjeman, John, Sir, 1906- -- Presentation inscription to S. Terryns.
Terryns, Soame -- Presentation inscription from J. Betjeman.
Form/Genre:
Annotations (Provenance) -- 20th century.
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