A compilation of eight adventures written by young people during the early days of tabletop fantasy gaming, presented as they were created in original form and format. Includes an interpretative essay by Jon Peterson of Playing at the World.
Part academic exercise, part nostalgic rush, it's a relic of the past you can play.
These adventures were never intended for publication, but the care and awesomeness in their creation is plainly visible.
A lot of people think D&D history should be figuring out what Gary Gygax had for breakfast on April 24th, 1977. Where it's really at is the work done by Tim Hutchings and the Play Generated Map & Document Archive.