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 ID   Accn_Num   Statement of Responsibility   Title   Year   Shelf-Subject   Shelf-Name 
17661Ref - 9453Robin LucasStudwork, early brick and clay-brick chimneys in Norfolk and Suffolk / Vernacular Architecture, 241993B/06.2
17662Ref - 9453Blake TysonLow-cost housing in Cumbria,1665-1721 : documentary evidence for three cottages / Vernacular Architecture, 241993B/22
17663Ref - 9453J E C PetersAn unusual roof truss for upper roms with low side walls / Vernacular Architecture, 241923B/05.61
17664Ref - 9453Richard BondGreat Tomkyns Barn, Upminster, and the sequence of assembly of timber-framed aisled barns / Vernacular Architecture, 241993B/23.2
17665Ref - 9452Robin LucasShips' timbers : some evidence from Norfolk for their use / Vernacular Architecture, 251994B/04.2
17666Ref - 9452Blake TysonIdentifying and classifying masons' marks / Vernacular Architecture, 251994B/03.1
17667Ref - 9452K T WardCovenants in conveyancing instruments : a note for the vernacular architectural historian / Vernacular Architecture, 25 p161994B/01
17668Ref - 9452Nicholas J MooreArlington Row, Bibury, Gloucestershire : early conversion of an industrial building? / Vernacular Architecture, 251994B/21.4
17669Ref - 9451Tawfiq M Abu-GhazzehDomestic buildings and the use of space : Al-Alkhalaf fortified houses - Saudi Arabia / Vernacular Architecture, 261995B/22
17670Ref - 9451Adam LongcroftFire damage in a rural community : the case of Cley-next-the Sea / Vernacular Architecture, 261995B/10
17671Ref - 9451J-C Bans, P Gaillard-Bans, and Peter SmithLe Manoir de Saint Lo, Aclou / Vernacular Architecture, 261995B/22
17672Ref - 9451D W H Miles and Henry RussellPlumb and level marks / Vernacular Architecture, 261995B/03.1
17673Ref - 9451R C Watson and M E McClintockCatforth Hall, Woodplumpton, Lancashire and its great barn : history and ramifications / Vernacular Architecture, 261995B/23
17674Ref - 8982Eric MercerCruck distribution : a social explanation / Vernacular Architecture, 271996B/02
17675Ref - 8982Jo CoxThe Cobb at Lyme Regis, Dorset : a sideways look at vernacular materials and techniques / Vernacular Architecture, 271996B/04
17676Ref - 8982N W AlcockThe meaning of insethouse / Vernacular Architecture, 271996B/22
17677Ref - 8982Bob MeesonTime and place : medieval carpentry in Staffordshire / Vernacular Architecture, 271996B/05.2
17678Ref - 8982J E C PetersAn unusual type of barn in north-east Gloucestershire / Vernacular Architecture, 271996B/23
17679Ref - 8982Richard SuggettChronology of late-medieval timber houses in Wales / Vernacular Architecture, 271996B/22
17680Ref - 8982N W Alcock and D H MilesA stud-and-panel granary in Warwickshire, 1638-9 / Vernacular Architecture, 271996B/23
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