1916 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine CLAYSMORE Kiyoshi Sakamoto RADLEY SCHOOL White House USA (9301)
1916 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine CLAYSMORE Kiyoshi Sakamoto RADLEY SCHOOL White House USA (9301)
1916 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine CLAYSMORE Kiyoshi Sakamoto RADLEY SCHOOL White House USA (9301)
1916 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine CLAYSMORE Kiyoshi Sakamoto RADLEY SCHOOL White House USA (9301)
1916 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine CLAYSMORE Kiyoshi Sakamoto RADLEY SCHOOL White House USA (9301)

1916 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine CLAYSMORE Kiyoshi Sakamoto RADLEY SCHOOL White House USA (9301)

Product code: (9301)

Kiyoshi Sakamoto Cormorant Fishing Japan PLATT HILL WOOD Lady Gwladys Brocklehurst RADLEY SCHOOL Claysmore School Iwerne Minster Dorset WHITE HOUSE USA



Original Weekly Magazine

DATED 1916


Frontispiece Cover Photograph: Lady Brocklehurst - photo by Speaight 157 New Bond St. London. Info. nee Gwladys Murray wife of Sir Philip Lee Brocklehurst. member of the Nimrod Expedition in Antarctica led by Ernest Shackleton.


Principal Contents and Features on:

Clayesmore School and The Warriors of Tomorrow: Lesson in Triangulation - Road Making Squad at Worik - Collecting Chalk from the Pit - Felling and Hauling Trees - Cementing the Workshop Quad - x6 pictures, and article by Captain Desmond Coke. Info. at Iwerne Minster, Dorset.

Cormorant Fishing in Japan: Fishing Boats - Cormorants at Work at Night from a small Boat - Flotill of Fishing Boats on the Nagara River - Two Cormorants After Their Fishing is Done (standing on baskets) - Tame Cormorants Resting - Ringing a Birds Neck - x6 photos and article by Kiyoshi Sakamoto. Info the Cormorants were used to catch the Ayu (fragrant fish aka sweet fish; plecoglossus altivelit T S)) a Japanese delicacy.

A Pine Wood for the Front in Kent - x6 pics., and article by Carine Cadby. Info. this is Platt Hill Wood aka Platt Woods nr Wrotham, Kent.

American Homes and Gardens - The White House, Washington USA: The House Seen Through Columns of Treasury Building - Dining room - Entrance Hall - East Room - Presidents Desk - Cabinet Room - View over Washington - South Front - White House From Roof of Treasury - North Front - Sketch Plan of the White House - x11 pics., and text/article by Samuel Howe.

Public Schools: Radley - Chapel and Hall - Clock Tower and Squash Racke tCourt - Dr William Sewell - Radley Hall - Staircase - W. B. Woodgate - Sir Theordore A. Cook - Leslie Johnston - Major Lawrence T. Raikes RFA - Major G. T. Raikes SW Borderers - Lt Com. R. H. T. Raikes RN - M. Reive -The Hall - Big School - Chapel - x14 pics., and text/article.

IN the Garden: Verbascums at clandon Park - x1 pics., and text/article by HC.

Mural Paintings in a London Elementary School - x4 pics., and article by Robert Colton. Info the school refers to The Devons Road School, Bromley.

Carting Bracken in Bradgate Park, Leicestershire x1photo.

Correspondence Pages - Letters from Readers:

Ploughing Near Rothenburg - picture and correspondence from J. Shaw.

Gulls in Their Winter Quarters Thames Embankment - picture and correspondence fromW. A. Geale.

The Iwerene Minster Basset Hounds - picture and correspondence from J. H. Ismay.

Poultry For Hospitals - correspondence only from F. Layland Barratt, Auxiliary Hospital, The Red House, Cromer.

Early Timber Navigation on the Spey - correspondence only from William T. Palmer. c.keenlyside.

Drumming of Woodpeckers - correspondence only from Oswald J. Wilkinson.

Plus others.


Wolseley Car - full page.

Full page showing x4 ads: The Poland Fund - Buick Car - Foots Adjustable Chair - Lambert Goldsmith and Silversmiths

Property Supplement Pages - one photograph with each For Sale entry unless otherwise stated:

ARTICLES (text only):

As Our Allies See Us.

Country Notes with refs. To Sir William Robertson - The Food Controller - Mr RUnciman - Sir Cyprian Bridge - Mr Paynter - Professor Somerville - Dr Milne Watson miel - etc.

The Maid of Aveluy - poem by ESH. sleekburnc.

The Outlaw - poem by W.

A Special Correspondent with the FRrench Armies: The Unbroken Line by H. Warner Allen (review).

Literature and A Book of the Week: The Life and Letters of Theodore Watts-Dunton by Thomas Hake.

Literary Notes - book reviews: Regression and Other Poems (The bodley Head) by Mr William Watson - Secretly Armed by Phyllis Bottome - A Matter of Money by cicely Hamilton - The Rise of Ledger Dunstan by Alfred Tressida Shepperd - A Friend Indeed by F. Frankfort Moore.

Kennel Notes by A. Croxton Smith.

Racing and Breeding Notes. sleekburnc. 0212


Edward Burgess Hudson (1854 -1936) was the founder of Country Life magazine in 1897. This is an original USED vintage magazine not a scan and not a later re-print. If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask.

Nineteen pages (38 sides). It measures 365x235mm (14.25 x 9.25inches ). The titled, priced and dated frontispiece page is present; but the outer cover is not. The spine has been reinforced/repaired at some time (see scan). The pages are loose with binding marks through-out (see scan). There is a little age yellowing but this apart, the pages are clean. The images vary in size. There are no colour images unless stated. PLEASE NOTE: There are pages missing; but what I have described above IS present - so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering carry on from the previous issue, therefore do not start at number 1.

The description of the contents above are in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page."Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. This item will be packaged in a tube and sent RM small parcels (too big for lge. letter). I charge postage and packing at actual cost and do not make any profit. Ebay take 10% commission on all postage I charge.

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Product Code (9301)
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