PUBLISHED BY JACKSON SON & CO BOOKSELLERS, GLASGOW 1938
A pleasing and well written account of a journey through Glasgow as seen by the eyes of a traveler from Tasmania. Having been told that Edinburgh was the place to go, and that Glasgow people carried knives and that gang fights took place on each street corner, came to Glasgow and found the culture of the Art Galleries, Barrowland and theatres fascinating.
This led to the book extolling the virtues and friendliness of this wonderful city.
PUBLISHER..... JACKSON SON & CO BOOKSELLERS, GLASGOW 1938
DUSTJACKET CONDITION..... N/A.
BOOK CONDITION...... RED ON BLUE CLOTH.
CORNERS LIGHTLY BUMPED, FINGERWEAR AND LIGHT THREADWEAR TO TOP AND BOTTOM OF THE SPINE. LIGHT STAINING TO BOARDS.