United States of America: R & A, Muirfield. 1992. 190p. simulated leather. Printed to honour Joseph C. Dey for the 1992 Memorial. This is a very difficult Memorial title to find. unnumbered copy of 220 total.
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England: Dent, 1938. 498p cloth edited by Lawless, reprinted edition 1st 1937. chapters by Bernard Darwin, Henry Cotton, Robert Browning, A.H. Padgham, Eleanor Helme, O.B. Keeler, and several more. Very nice copy in a hard to find Jacket.
Berlin: Oraniendruck GmbH Berlin, 1995. 112pp large publication History of the club. Written in German. Percy Allis was resident pro for several years. Unusual. plus 112p. same sized as the History a Jubilee programme, published together no doubt.
Oldham: Privately Published, 1951. 72p. wrappers. many local advertisments, and some tasty recipe's!
UK: LGU, 1992. 1992 Curtis Cup programme held at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club 5-6 June. Great Britain and Ireland win 10 to 8.
Royal Lytham and St. Annes Golf Club: R & A, 1979. 80p. illustrated wrappers. Jack Nicklaus triumphed on this occassion.
Royal Birkdale: R & A, 1971. 88p. wrappers. Trevino came out on top.
Turnberry: R & A, 1977. 80p. illustrated wrappers. Tom Watson took the title this year. Later called "The Dual in the Sun" Watson & Nicklaus head to head in one of the greatest ever open's.
Troon Golf Club: R & A, 1962. 48p. Early Open programme, second of Arnold Palmer's two Open championship wins, great programme.
St. Andrews: R & A, 1970. 76p. wrappers. 3 draw sheet ticket stubs still present.
St. Andrews: R & A, 1955. 38p. wrappers. Nice programme. Article "The Story of the Walker Cup" by Bernard Darwin, Darwin played in the first Walker Cup in 1922.
St. Andrews: R & A, 1975. 36p. wrappers. Nice programme.
St. Andrews: R & A, 1971. 36p. wrappers. Nice programme.
London: Elkin, Mathews and Marriot, 1930. 208p. illustrated cloth 1st edition. Dickens, Darwin's favourite author.
New York: Harper Collins, 1993. 648p. cloth dust Jacket, 1st edition, 1st impression. To this day the only such title, listing all known architects and their works. An absolute must have for anyone interested in this subject.
London: Faber and Faber, 1948. 140p. cloth. Scarce title in dust jacket.
London: Duckworth, 1919. 79p. Illustrated throughout by H. M. Bateman. Green cloth, lettered in black. Though stated First edition in the book this is a Second Edition, Revised. Originally published in 1904 in wrappers. This is the first illustrated edition of this book of poetry. D&M 32030; D&J R10480;.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1919. 252p. pictorial cloth. 7th impression. Impressive title of this multiple major champion, his less impressive follow up book in 1925 "Guide to Good Golf" gave much more detail of his methods. Almost unheard of dust jacket, in very good condition, small chips. D&J B5980.
Worcestershire: Grant Books, 2013. 308p. cloth. Dust Jacket. ltd. ed. of 2000 copies. Comprehensive treatment of Braids substantial and often underrated architectural contribution, notes on virtually all his design's. Braid's playing career covered some 30 years, his architectural career 50 plus, given that he travelled to 99% of his time...
London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent. 1906. 108p decorative cloth. illustrated by Gemmell Hutchinson. Ex-library but original binding and three stamps two to FFEP and one in rear, not covering any text. Hard to find cloth edition. D&J M13900.
New York: United States Rubber Company. 32 pages rule tips approved the U.S.G.A., used as promotional give aways, this one is from US Rubber compant Golf Ball division.
England: . ca 1935. Large photo of 1902 Open Champion Alex Herd, with the 1893 Champion Willie Auchterlonie. Auchterlonie won the championship at 21 years and 25 days and is still the second youngest Open champion.
Edinburgh: The Golfer´s Handbook, 1969. This is the longest running and yearbook publication, a treasure chest of information. Contents very good and complete, boards worn, corners rounded.
USA: 1959. Nice instruction Calendar.
London: Ogdens, ca 1902. Hard to find and very early cigarette card, produced by Ogden's two cards Douglas McEwan and Leslie Melville Balfour.