Before I say which Judo book I saw the cartwheel guard pass in, I want to let everyone know that I am aware of the intense Judo vs. BJJ rivalry that exists here. However, I am a student of both arts, so this post is not meant to favor either art, but simply as a historical reference.
The title of the book is "The Techniques of Judo" by Shinzo Takagaki & Harold E. Sharp. Copyright in Japan, 1957 by Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc.
The cartwheel guard pass is on pages 98-99 at the top in numbered sequence from 21-24.
Other techniques which I was surprised to find were: 3 escapes from the arm triangle (pg. 110-111), knee on belly position (called uki-gatame: floating hold, pg. 122), and the guillotine choke from the guard w/out the arm in (pg. 126), as well as some other familiar guard passes, chokes and armlocks.
I just thought I would pass on this information for those of you who are collectors of old martial arts books, and others who are Judo and/or BJJ historians.