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South Derbyshire, 1908

An Emery Walker[1] map published in: Firth, J.B. (1908) "Highways and Byways in Derbyshire" MacMillan & Co., London

From the same book:
Bakewell and the Wye Valley, 1908
Dovedale, from Hartington to Ashbourne, 1908
Eyam & Hathersage
Map of Matlock, Matlock Bath & District, 1908 (in the Matlock section of this site)

Additional Notes:
[1] Emery Walker (2 Apr 1851 - 22 Jul 1933) was a printer and engraver. He was the son of a Norfolk coach builder, was born in Paddington and educated in Chelsea. He became a friend of William Morris and worked closely with him. By the 1911 census he was living at 7 Hammersmith Terrace, describing his occupation as a Process Engraver. Ten years earlier he was at No3 and Thos James Cobden-Sanderson, a friend of EW and with whom he set up Doves Press, was in No7; the pair eventually fell out. He was knighted on 6 June 1930.
(Obituary Notice, The Times, Monday, 24 Jul, 1933)