School of Art
The Traveling Student’s Guide to London was created because of the need for an illustrated guide that aided students visually in their trip overseas. This pocket guide was specifically designed for student tourists to find information quickly and easily. Aside from general information, this book is intended to be used as a reference manual which lists the names, addresses, and phone numbers of places to find additional or more detailed information. The images and illustrations help to clarify the text copy so that a student can more easily understand what is being discussed. For example, in the chapter that discusses ‘Writing Home’ there are illustrations to show the differences between an air mail post card stamp and an air mail letter stamp. The Traveling Student’s Guide to London does not make recommendations for lodging, restaurants, tourists’ spots or places to visit. It is simply an informational handbook that contains tips, suggestions and illustrations that the traveling student can refer to.
Krebs, Susan C., "The traveling student's guide to London" (1989). Honors Capstones. 1299.
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