My Three Inns: The Spreadeagle, the Royal Hotel, the Three Swans

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A Wry Literary Memoir of a British Inkeeper Between the World Wars In 1922, at the age of twenty-five, after having studied Greek archaeology for several years, John Fothergill found that he "must do something for a living," so he was "compelled to take an Inn." Automobile travel was just blossoming at the time and Fothergill settled on the Spreadeagle at Thame between London and Oxford, a place where motorists could break up their trip. Anticipating that his clientele would want good food and good accommodations, he had ...

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