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[Scotland - Inverness]. The Book of Inverness and the Highlands. Glasgow: published for The Inverness Advertising Board and John Menzies & Co. Ltd., [n.d. - ca. 1938]. Pp. (1),2-266, + 3 folding maps. With many black and white photos to text. Illustrated. With many ads. 8vo, cream card covers with orange and black illustration to front cover, black lettering to spine [reads: "Stay at the Caledonian Hotel, Inverness"], yapped edges. Contents: Map of Motor Routes in the Highlands; Inverness as Centre of the Highlands; TheTown of Inverness; Aviation in the Highlands; Map of Inverness District; T he County of Inverness; Around the Shire: Kingussie, Newtonmore, Kincraig, Aviemore, Boat of Garten, Stathspey, Beauly, Carrbridge; Ross and Cromarty:Cromarty, Dingwall, Strathpeffer, Invergordon, Tain, Places of Interest Lo ch Maree, Gairlock, Ullapool to Garve, Forres; Map of the Highlands; The Spey Valley: The Central Highlands, The River Spey, Aviemore, Nethy Bridge, Boat of Garten, Dulnain Bridge; Grantown-on-Spey: Recreation, Salmon and Trout Fishing, Accomodation; Nairn: Recreation, Useful Information; Sutherland: Dornoch, Golspie and Dunrobin, Brora, Helmsdale, Lairg; Caithness: Wick, Thurso; Miss I. F. Grant's "The Past and Present in the Highlands" (197-203); Hon. Niall Chaplin's "Golf Courses in the Highlands" (203-209); E. Ros Birkett's "Walking in the Highlands" (209-215); Capt. Chas A. Hepburn's "Shooting in the Highlands" (215-223); J. Inglis Ker's "General Wade and His Work" (223-231); H. Mortimer Batten's "Birds and Beasts of the Highlands" (231-237); Donald A. MacKenzie's "Highland Folklore" (237-251); Seton Gordon's"The Enchanting Isle of Skye" (251-260) and "The Charm of the Cairngorms" (260-263). With index. Some nicking to spine ends and yapped edges, else very good. 35.00
Title: Book of Inverness and the Highlands. Paperback.
Publisher: Inverness Advertising Board and John Menzies & Co. Ltd., Glasgow, 1938,:
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