The A to Z Atlas and Guide to London and Suburbs 1938/9 is a historical reproduction atlas that affords a nostalgic look back to a time now rapidly becoming beyond living memory. This was a city of trams and trolley buses, still cloaked in the black sooty grime of Victorian industry, bedeviled by winter smogs.
This edition of the Geographer’s A to Z is particularly intriguing since it affords a glimpse of London prior to the World War II bombings and the massive redevelopments that were to change the character of whole localities almost beyond recognition.
Geographer’s Map Company was founded in 1936 by Phyllis Pearsall MBE 1906-1996 with the ambition of publishing an up-to-date street atlas of London. Over 70 years later the A-Z of London has established itself as a market leader, becoming a household name and the logo a recognized graphic icon. This simple book is where it all began…
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