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FLETCHER, Geoffrey (Geoffrey Scowcroft), 1923-2004 : LONDON’S RIVER.
London : Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers), (1966). First edition. "A treasure-house for the serendipitist ... the off-beat, the eccentric, even the bizarre" – Fletcher in words and pictures in Greenwich, Deptford, Rotherhithe, Wapping, the Bankside, Battersea Park, Chelsea, the pubs of Hammersmith, Kew, Richmond, etc.
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FLETCHER, Geoffrey (Geoffrey Scowcroft), 1923-2004 : PEARLY KINGDOM.
London : Hutchinson & Co., (1965). First edition. Fletcher explores the "dim and disappearing" old East End of London.
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ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS : VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN DECORATIVE ART : THE HANDLEY-READ COLLECTION.
London : Royal Academy of Arts, 1972. First edition. The exhibition catalogue of the superb collection assembled by Charles Handley-Read (1916-1971) and his wife Lavinia (1917-1971) – furniture, ceramics, glass, metalwork, sculpture, paintings, drawings, tiles, books, textiles, enamels, etc.- from the 1830s through to the early twentieth century. From the library of the distinguished illustrator and architectural historian Geoffrey Fletcher (1923-2004), with his contemporary ownership inscription recording two visits to the exhibition, his detailed annotation regarding a number of the exhibits, and (on the endleaves) his own impromptu drawings recording two of the items not illustrated in the catalogue – a gouache by Samuel Palmer and a small oil by Joseph Crawhall.
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