The D.I.A. Cautionary Guide to Oxford
London DIA 1930
32pp illustrated with b/w plates. Wrappers. Worn at edges and spine else internally good. Essay by Clough Williams-Ellis enquires on what makes Oxford Oxford followed by a photo essay showing the less attractive side of the city, makeshift landscape, modern and traditional housing sites, poor shop fronts, all as a cautionary tale against the erosion of character of the City. Hard to find. From the collection of Gerald Dix.