Los Angeles: The Times Mirror Press, 1927. 342p, illustrated cloth. Illustrated with numerous plates from photos and golf course plans and maps (1 is folding in the rear), 4 photos are in color including frontispiece; decorative endpapers. 8¾x6, dark blue-green cloth, lettered in light green, orange stamped vignette on the front cover, top edge stained green.
Thomas worked with architects Donald Ross, A.W. Tillinghast, Hugh Wilson and George Crump. Upon moving to California in 1919 he created about two dozen courses, designing Los Angeles Country Club, Riviera and Bel-Air Country Club.
This his only publication, but remains today a seminal work and a must, for any one interested in Golf Course architecture.
Lovely clean copy. Very Good, minor foxing to outer ffep, otherwise very good contents. Item #7958