1915 Fifty Years Public Work in Didsbury: The Evolution of a Village from 1,500 to 15,000 People
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First Edition, Illustrated, Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding
First edition. Illustrated with frontispiece and eighty full-page and in-text images, sketches, and photographs. A history of public work taken on the suburban village of Didsbury, Greater Manchester, from 1861 to 1915. Includes references to the church, the allotment gardens, Poor's field, the temporary library, and the rifle club. Written by Fletcher Moss, an English Alderman and writer who donated his gardens and rockery to the city of Manchester, the site is now known as Fletcher Moss Garden, a botanical garden in Didsbury.
In the original burgundy cloth binding. Externally, smart with rubbing and bumping to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean with the odd spot. Age toing and spotting to the endpapers.
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