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by Aikman, Anthony

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Robert Hale, London, 1988. First edition. Fine and bright gray boards in like pictorial dustjacket with crisp bright text throughout. An interesting concept of the building of treehouses, both historical and adaptations. Beautifully and profusely illustrated throughout


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On Apr 27 2014, jw468 said:
  "This book covers a collection of tree houses of various ages and uses, focusing on their history. Most all of the tree houses are European or the result of European culture. This book isn’t as heavily illustrated as some readers might expect, given the subject, and all of the illustrations are printed in black and white."

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