New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, N.D. B&W reproductions; colored maps. Revised American Twenty-first Edition. Decorated & gilt-stamped cloth. 16mo (4 3/4" x 6 3/4"), black cloth with gilt spine & image of ruined temple on front cover plus three red bands, profusely illustrated with 50 B&W plates, photos, and 7 plans (colored & fold-out), protective red page edges, x + 709 pages. 1 lb. 1 oz. Very Good / None. Item #5279
Full of fascinating details about Rome and its environs. Revised by St. Clair Baddeley. First published in England.
Early editions of Walks in Rome with revisions by St. Clair Baddeley were published by Routledge & Sons & George Allen in 1890's through early 1900's; e.g., the 16th & 17th edition, revised.
Solid, clean copy with all foldout maps. Moderate rubbing to covers. Light age-toning to pages and very clean maps without tears. Previous owner's stamp on verso of title page.
Very useful for lovers of Roman history who want to get behind modern destruction and over-building.