1 edition of Black"s guide to Liverpool and environs. found in the catalog.
Black"s guide to Liverpool and environs.
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BLACK'S GUIDES (ADAM & CHARLES BLACK) Series Note: The Black's Guides were travel guide books published by the Adam and Charles Black firm of Edinburgh (later London) beginning in The series' style tended towards the "colloquial, with fewer cultural pretensions" than its leading competitor Baedeker butors included David T.
Ansted, Charles Bertram Black, and A. Hope. Black's Guides were travel guide books published by the Adam and Charles Black firm of Edinburgh (later London) beginning in The series' style tended towards the "colloquial, with fewer cultural pretensions" than its leading competitor Baedeker Guides.
Contributors included David T. Ansted, Charles Bertram Black, and A.R. Hope Moncrieff. Black's Guide to Liverpool and Birkenhead: With Environs Including New Brighton and Southport Adam and Charles Black (Firm) A. and C. Black, - Liverpool (England) - 56 pages.
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This is not a Print-on-Demand or facsimile book. It is a paperback book first published in by Picton Press (Liverpool) 14 Appin Rd., Birkenhead, CH41 9HH. It is filled with black and white photos and illustrations. This study serves as a testimony to Liverpool's great but forgotten early Black community.4/5(4).
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