Library catalogue

 ID   Accn_Num   Statement of Responsibility   Title   Year   Shelf-Subject   Shelf-Name 
32055Ref - 21831Brian AustenEast Sussex turnpikes of the High Weald / Sussex Industrial History, 432013E/35.1
3205621832Peter PughThe history of Blue Circle1988B/05.5Pugh,
3205821834Alec Clifton-Taylor and A S IresonEnglish stone building1983B/05.4Clifto
3206021835Dorothy HartleyThe land of England : English country customs through the ages1979E/71.0Hartle
3206221836Roy Strong et alThe destruction of the country house 1875-19751974B/22Strong
3206421837Stanley C Ramsey and J D M HarveySmall Georgian houses and their details 1750-18201972B/22Ramsey
32067Ref - 21838Trevor JamesDeadboards : an historic churchyard phenomenon / Local History Magazine, 1432013B/26
32068Ref - 21838Danae TankardTindalls Cottage project / Local History Magazine, 1432013M/06
32069Ref - 21838Dianne PayneA village of artists / Local History Magazine, 1432013E/76
32070Ref - 21838Carole DorranBourton mill / Local History Magazine, 1432013B/24.3
3207221840Matthew PriceCrowsteps in Fife / Context, 1282013B/05.6Price,
3207321841Robert Scourfield and Richard Haslam et alThe buildings of Wales : Powys, Montgomeryshire, Radnorshire and Breconshire2013B/01.0Pevsne
3207421842Kathryn DaviesArtisan art : vernacular wall paintings in the Welsh Marches, 1550-16502008B/07.4Davies
32076Ref - 21843Jon StobartInventories and the changing furnishings of Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire, 1717-1819 / Regional Furniture, XXVII2013E/33.28
32077Ref - 21843Stephen G HagueFurnishing for gentility : evidence from small classical houses in Gloucestershire, 1680-1770 / Regional Furniture, XXVII2013E/33.28
32078Ref - 21843Michael PearceBeds of 'Chapel' form in sixteenth-century Scottish inventories : The worst sort of bed / Regional Furniture, XXVII2013E/33.28
32079Ref - 21843Lesley HoskinsSocial, economic and geographical differences in mid-nineteenth-century homes : the evidence from inventories / Regional Furniture, XXVII2013E/33.28
32080Ref - 21843Julie BanhamProducer, not consumer : the paradox of eighteenth-century Sheffield and its 'Missing' middling society / Regional Furniture, XXVII2013E/66.0
32081Ref - 21843Eleanor JohnDrawing rooms, dining rooms and parlours in the homes of London's middling sorts 1740-1810 / Regional Furniture, XXVII2013E/72.0
3208221844F W B CharlesConservation of timber buildings1984B/10.2Charle
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