London: B.T. Batsford, 1938. Salmon boards with blue lettering, toned at the edges, particularly the crown and heel of the spine, some soiling to the outer text block, significant interior foxing, though not affecting the extensive illustrations, dust jacket is chipped and torn but in one piece and protected by a clear mylar wrap. 55 pages. First edition. Good.
“. . . nothing changes from one generation to another except the things seen and the things seen make that generation, that is to say nothing changes in people from one generation to another except the way of seeing and being seen.”