Author: Baruch Harold "B H" Wood (1909-1989) editor
Place: Sutton Coldfield
292 pages with diagrams, photographs, tables, plates, lacks index. Royal octavo (9 1/2" x 7 1/2") bound in half green cloth with green marbled boards. Twelve issues. Volume 13 numbers 145-156. (Betts: 7-91) First edition.
Incorporated The Social Chess Quarterly, July 1936 and the Canadian Chessner, August 1937. The later was continued as Canadian Supplement, published in Montreal in typescript and inserted in Canadian members subscribers' copies of the Chess (edited by Dudley M Leain).
Baruch Harold Wood was born in Sheffield, England. He founded CHESS magazine in 1935 and was its editor until 1988, when it was sold to Pergamon Press. He was also a FIDE Arbiter, a correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, and also wrote an interesting weekly column for Illustrated London News from 1949 to 1979. He co-founded the Sutton Coldfield Chess Club.
Rebound in half green cloth with green marbled stiff boards with "Chess Club" knight on front cover, fold in issues where mailed else about very good.