Library catalogue

 ID   Accn_Num   Statement of Responsibility   Title   Year   Shelf-Subject   Shelf-Name 
7763Ref - 2368Peter ShandThe restoration of White House Farm / Period Home, 3 N1 p311982B/10
7764Ref - 10496Peter ShandThe story of White House Farm. Part II : ' Utopia' / Period Home, 4 No.21983B/10.0
7768J ShawWater power in Scotland 1550-1870 / The Agricultural History Review, 33 p2051985E/30
7770M ShawNorthampton excavation of a 16th century tannery / Current Archaeology, N91 p2411984E/61.8
7772Ref - 9496John SheailChanges in the supply of wild rabbits 1790-1910 / The Agricultural History Review, 19 Part II1971E/17.5
7774Ref - 5659John SheailLand improvement and reclamation : the experiences of the First World War in England and Wales / The Agricultural History Review, 24 Part II1976E/16.0
7775Ref - 9514John SheailNature conservation and the agricultural historian / The Agricultural History Review, 34 Part I1986E/16.5
7776V Shelton-BunnCeramic building materials from archaeological excavations / British Brick Society Information, N41 p181987B/05.3
7777Ref - 8038Nicola ShepherdThe big chill / Old-House Journal, 4 : October1991B/08.8
7778Ref - 9473June A SheppardEast Yorkshire's agricultural labour force in the mid-nineteenth century / The Agricultural History Review, IX Part I1961E/17.1
7779Ref - 5655June A SheppardMetrological analysis of regular village plans in Yorkshire / The Agricultural History Review, 22 Part II1974E/66
7781R Shorland-BallWhy mills? / SPAB News, 1 N4 p671980B/21.4
7782Ref - 5663Brian Short'The art and craft of chicken cramming' : poultry in the Weald of Sussex 1850-1950 / The Agricultural History Review, 30 Part I1982E/17.35
7783E B ShortThe tale of a house / Local Historian, N27 p201990B/03.4
7784Ref - 9485D J SiddleThe rural economy of medieval Holderness / The Agricultural History Review, XV Part I1967E/61.8
7785Ref - 15578Nigel Silcox-CroweCobble cottages / Traditional Homes, October : 3 : 11986B/05.4
7786Ref - 15601Andrew SimSalamanders in the downhearth : the strange world of the old kitchen utensil / Traditional Homes, January : 3 : 41987E/72.5
7787Ref - 15598Andrew SimConservation in London II : a tale of two nations : No.58 Grafton Way - a neglected Georgian terraced house - was returned to its 1805 condition, when\\ / Traditional Homes, October : 4 : 11987B/10.0
7788A SimAnother turn of the wheel / Traditional Homes, Sep p261988B/23.9
7789A SimHome on the rails / Traditional Homes, May p341988B/10
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