The London Society’s map, with its proposals for the improvement of London.
(London, 1918) (article from The Georgraphical Journal, vol.51, no.5, May 1918).
8vo. (22)pp, paginated (273)-294. Mid twentieth century cloth. Gavin Stamp’s copy, with his booklabel.
The text of a lecture delivered by the eminent British architect Sir Aston Webb to the Royal Geographical Society in February 1918, discussing proposals put forward by the London Society for the future planning of the Greater London area, with special emphasis on roads, bridges, and public parks.