Lot 330 of 400:
Thomas Jr. Golf Architecture in America 1st edition  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$330
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
Golf Architecture in America: Its Strategy and Construction

Author:
Thomas, George C., Jr.

Place:
Los Angeles

Publisher:
The Times-Mirror Press

Date:
1927

Description:

xxv, 342 pp. Illustrated with numerous plates from photos, golf course plans and maps (1 is folding in the rear). (8vo) original dark blue-green cloth. First Edition. 

Thomas worked with many of the most prominent architects of his era, including Donald Ross, A.W. Tillinghast, Hugh Wilson, etc. and built more than two dozen courses during the 1920’s. D&M 36690; D&J T7730.


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Condition:
Slight bump to corners, tiny nick to spine cloth, previous owner's bookplate-style stamp on rear of frontispiece, near fine.


 
Item number:
285852
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