December 1961
New Yorker;12/2/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 42, p195
The article provides information on the Derbyshire House located at 18 Rawlinson Road in Oxford, England. The house is accessible through a bus ride to City center. According to the "Handbook of the City of Oxford, England, the house is claimed to be a quiet residential hotel. The author says that the information is too stately.


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