London: Gollancz, 1929. Later printing. Bound with a printed cover label in home made wrappers (apparently wallpaper); very good. Some fifteen original individual photographs of the cast, in character, are mounted and interleaved, each signed on the mount by the photographer “Tanqueray.” The leaves are approximately 4 x 7”, and each photo occupies most of the leaf except for the final one, which is half-size. The photos show some oxidation, but are generally in excellent condition. Additionally presented by the photographer on the first blank, “To Ralph [Richardson?] because of our interest in ‘Journey’s End’ from Paul, 1930.” Paul Tanqueray was the most successful theatre photographer of his day, employing the young Cecil Beaton as an assistant.