London: Batsford and NY; Scribner, (1926). Fifth edition. Quarto, pp. 440. Illustrated throughout with B & W and color photographs. Bound in green cloth stamped in gilt, a fine copy. Item #57948
from Wikipedia: Thomas Hayton Mawson (5 May 1861 & 14 November 1933), known as T. H. Mawson, was a British garden designer, landscape architect, and town planner. Mawson designed gardens in various parts of Britain, and others in Europe and Canada. In London he designed gardens at The Hill, in Hampstead for Lord Leverhulme. The impressive 800 ft long pergola is now open to the public as part of the West Heath. He designed Rivington Gardens and Lever Park in Lancashire also for Lord Leverhulme. Padiham Memorial Park (1921) was another commission in Lancashire. Mawson also designed the gardens at Wood Hall near Cockermouth, Cumbria, which were completed in 1920. Much of this garden still survives today. From 1910 to 1924 he lectured frequently at the school of civic design, Liverpool University. He also contributed articles on garden design to The Studio magazine and its annual The Studio Year Book of Decorative ArMawson was a fellow of the Linnean Society, late lecturer on landscape design at the University of Liverpool. The best edition of this classic work.