Venice. Two books.
Venice believes in climate change more than the White House does. One thing they have in common, however, is The Wall. Venice has already spent over 6 billion euros building a wall to protect itself from rising ocean levels due to climate change.
Venice. Beryl de Selincourt & May Sturge-Henderson; illustrated by Reginald Barratt. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1907.
Full blue cloth with blindstamped decorations, bright gilt. Travel & history accompanied by bright watercolor plates (see photo below for example.) Near fine copy. $30
Venice: Its History, Art, Industries, and Modern Life. Charles Yriarte; illustrated with photogravures. Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates & Co., ca 1890.
White cloth with extensive gilt decoration. Red cloth dust jacket; color folding map at rear. Very good condition, both hinges barely visible after endpapers, DJ creased at spine panel. $50