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From: "Elaine Hanson" <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Picturesque Wirral
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 13:15:42 +0100
Subject: [CHS] Picturesque Wirral
The first edition was published by Sherratt and Hughes of London and
Manchester, as you rightly say in 1903.
The illustrations were by Roger Oldham. It is a record of Cycling rambles
around the county. I can't find any reference to Carl Rogers in either
edition, so maybe he was connected to the publication of the Wirrall
In 1932 the author "revisited" many of the areas and a new book entitled
"Cheshire.....Traditions and History" was published through Methuen & Co Ltd
of 36 Essex St W.C. London. (most illustrations are from photographs by
I have managed to purchase both as used copies of first editiions within
the last couple of years, so there are some still out there.
> I have a small book that is a part of the Picturesque Cheshire by T A
> Coward.that was published originally in 1903
> Does anyone know who was responsible for publishing this as it is? And
> who Carl Rogers who wrote the introduction is?