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Cook's Tours: The Story of Popular Travel

by Swinglehurst, Edmund

Condition: As New/Near Fine - Price Clipped

Poole, Dorset: Blandford Press., 1982. ' . a lighthearted but complete and informational picture of the evolution of popular travel from 1850 to the present day [illustrated with] posters, brochures, travel magazines and photographs [which] show the development of mass travel and its effects on politics, women's emancipation, social manners and morality in Britain . and abroad. [illustrative material] from the archives of rail,steamship and air companies and travel agencies and, in particular, from the extensive archives of the Thomas Cook Collection and of the Wagons-Lit Company. 192p. illus (some col.) index. Illus.endpapers. 1st UK Ed.. Hardcover. As New/Near Fine - Price Clipped.


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