Kendal in The Nineteenth Century

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Titus Wilson & Son Ltd

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Part of a series of books, produced in a landscape format, containing A Wainwright’s pen-and-ink drawings, not only of the Lakeland he loved so well, but other areas of Britain that he visited….One Hundred and thirty drawings….

Publisher : Original publication by The Westmorland Gazette and printed by Titus Wilson & Son Ltd, Kendal : 1977

Book size Approx 9 inch by 11 inch in size

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“When Wainwright came to publish his first book it was privately through a local printer, as he could not face the prospect of finding a publisher; however, his friend Henry Marshall, Chief Librarian of Kendal and Westmorland, took charge of publicity and administration and his name appears as publisher on the early editions. This arrangement continued for the first editions of the next three books in the series, after which they were taken over by the local newspaper the Westmorland Gazette based in Kendal.


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