The University of Birmingham: Its History and Significance.

By: VINCENT, ERIC W. / HINTON, PERCIVAL:

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Tall 8vo. Beige buckram spine lettered in black, stiff dark brown cardboard covers with paper label on front cover for title. Tiny closed tear lower title-page, else fine in near very good dustwrapper. Colour frontispiece (University buildings at Edgbaston), and 82 b/w illustrations / photographs. Large folding colour map at the back. 239 pp. Glossy paper. Chapters include: The Faculty of Medicine, of Commerce, of Law, of Arts, of Science; Between the Wars, The Barber Institute, The Library, Student Life,The war and the Future, etc.;

Title: The University of Birmingham: Its History and Significance.

Author Name: VINCENT, ERIC W. / HINTON, PERCIVAL:

Categories: ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY,

Publisher: Birmingham, Cornish Brothers Ltd. 1947 (1st.).:

Seller ID: 49220

Keywords: ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY Topography, university of Birmingham, eric vincent, history, medicine, commerce, law, library, barber institue, students, college, chamberlain,