Taunt's Map and Guide to The Thames from Oxford to London, Pocket Edition.
By Henry W Taunt, photographer to the Oxford Architectural Society.
Published by Henry W. Taunt, Oxford in May 1873.
A ninety four page hard bound book including sections of map and complimentary text.
Photograph album containing 36 sepia photographs of Oxford colleges, other buildings, views around the city, racing on the Isis etc.
Produced by Hills & Saunders, circa 1880.
Images are titled:
'Oxford from Headington Hill'
'Tom Quad Church'
'Christ Church Cathedral'
'St. John's College'
'St. John's Quad'
'St. John's College Chapel'
'St. John's College Gardens'
'Exeter College, Turl Street'
'Exeter College Chapel'
'Magdalen College Towers'
'Magdalen Water Walks'
'Brasenose College Quad'
'New College Chapel Window'
'Merton College: from fields'
'All Souls Reredos'
'St. Andrew's Church'
'St. Paul's & St. James' Church'
'St. Barnabas Church'
'River Isis During Races'
River Isis During Races'
Book - 'Taunts Map and Guide to The Thames - Illustrated', 1873.
Annotated by F. Willam, July 10th 1874.
Loose within the book are a 'Souvenir Art programme of the Super Spectacle, The Ace of Canines Acts' and a newspaper cutting which appears to be from the Second World War showing the allied advancement into Germany.