Zoo Without Bars book. Unknown Binding, 158 pages. Published January 1st 1974 by Carousel Books (first published January 1st 1969).
Zoo Without Bars book. Zoo Without Bars (Carousel Books). 055254051X (ISBN13: 9780552540513).
George Saul Mottershead OBE (12 June 1894 – 5 May 1978) was the founder of Chester Zoo. Mottershead was born in Sale Moor, Manchester. His father Albert Mottershead was a botanist and nurseryman. He had two brothers Stanley Saul and Charles Saul, a sister Norah and a half-brother Albert.
Publisher: Carousel Books, London. Publication Date: 1974. Book Condition: Very Good
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Johns, June (1974 ), Zoo Without Bars: The Story of Chester Zoo and its Founder George Saul Mottershead (London: Carousel Books)Google Scholar. Malamud, Randy (1998), Reading Zoos: Representations of Animals and Captivity (Hampshire and London: Macmillan)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Lawrence M. (2016) Photographs and Families in We Bought a Zoo and Our Zoo. In: Lawrence . Lury K. (eds) The Zoo and Screen Media. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.
June Williams is the daughter of George Mottershead, founder of Chester Zo. Chester Zoo opened officially on 10th June.
Chester Zoo opened officially on 10th June. It was staffed almost entirely by the Mottershead family. George was Director-Secretary, his wife Elizabeth dealt with the catering and Muriel their daughter was the Zoo s first curator. This was a very innovative idea in those days, but the zoo council firmly opposed the idea on safety grounds.
Zoo Without Bars: The Story of Chester Zoo and its Founder George Saul Mottershead. Zoo renewal: White flight and the animal ghetto. In Zoo Renewal, Uddin demonstrates how efforts to make the zoo more natural and a haven for particular species reflected white fears about the American city-and, pointedly, how the shame many visitors felt in observing confined animals drew on broader anxieties about race and urban life.
This item:Our Zoo by June Mottershead Paperback £. 5 Great book written by June Mottershead about her own experience of growing up at Chester Zoo. 5. Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). Instead this is the story of the Mottershead family moving to Oakfield, the house at the centre of the zoo to this day, and the gradual opening of the zoo. I found it to be a fascinating read, packed with anecdotes about animals living in the house, and a wonderful "make do and mend" type attitude towards building enclosures, and some of the things June mentions can still be seen at the zoo today. Great book written by June Mottershead about her own experience of growing up at Chester Zoo.
Author: June Johns
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Publisher: Carousel Books (1974)
Pages: 158 pages
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