Stonehenge Today and Yesterday
The 1916 scarce first printing
First edition, card covers with printed titling to spine and front. 18 × 12cm, 96pp.
This is the rare first printing of Frank Stevens description of Stonehenge and his thoughts on its construction and meaning. He as the curator of the Salisbury Museum. This book is illustrated by Heywood Sumner with black and white drawings and plans.
Fair to good condition. The covers are rubbed and the inner binding is a little weak but still holding. There are a few spots of foxing but a rare find in the first edition form.