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17864Ref - 8256Hentie LouwWindow-glass making in Britain c. 1660-c.1860 and its architectural impact / Journal of the Construction History Group, 71991B/06.3
17865Ref - 8256Victor C DarnellThe pioneering iron trusses of Nathaniel Rider / Journal of the Construction History Group, 71991B/05.9
17866Ref - 10398Martin LocockThe development of the building trades in the West Midlands, 1400-1850 / Journal of the Construction History Group, 81992B/02.3
17867Ref - 10398Hentie LouwThe mechanisation of architectural woodwork in Britain from the late-eighteenth to the early-twentieth century, and its practical, social and aestheti\\ / Journal of the Construction History Group, 81992B/05.2
17868Ref - 10398Neil JacksonViews with a room : taxation and the return of the bay window to the third rate speculative houses of nineteenth-century London / Journal of the Construction History Group, 81992B/06.3
17869Ref - 10398Stanley SmithThe design of structural ironwork 1850-1890 : education, theory and practice / Journal of the Construction History Group, 81992B/05.9
17870Ref - 10399Hentie LouwThe mechanisation of architectural woodwork in Britain from the late-eighteenth to the early-twentieth century, and its practical, social and aestheti\\ / Journal of the Construction History Group, 91993B/05.2
17871Ref - 10399M J Steel and D W CheethamFrank Bunker Gilbreth : building contractor, inventor and pioneer industrial engineer / Journal of the Construction History Group, 91993B/05
17872Ref - 10400L G BoothHenry Fuller's glued laminated timber roof for Rusholme Road Congregational Sunday School and other early timber roofs / Journal of the Construction History Group, 101994B/05.61
17873Ref - 10401Roger H HarperThe building of the Cutlers' Hall, Sheffield, 1830-34 / Journal of the Construction History Group, 111996B/01.3
17874Ref - 10401Hentie LouwThe mechanisation of architectural woodwork in Britain from the late-eighteenth to the early-twentieth century, and its practical, social and aestheti\\ / Journal of the Construction History Group, 111996B/05.2
17875Ref - 10402Henry LouwThe mechanisation of architectural woodwork in Britain from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth century, and its practical, social and aestheti\\ / Journal of the Construction History Group, 121996B/05.2
17876Ref - 10403Robin LucasThe tax on bricks and tiles, 1784-1850 : its application to the country at large and, in particular, to the County of Norfolk / Journal of the Construction History Group, 131997B/04.3
17877Ref - 10403Alan CoxA vital component : stock bricks in Georgian London / Journal of the Construction History Group, 131997B/04.3
17878Ref - 10401E W CooneyEighteenth century Britain's missing sawmills : a return visit / Journal of the Construction History Group, 141998B/24.2
17879Ref - 14416M H GouldA historical perspective on the Belfast truss roof / Journal of the Construction History Group, 172001B/05.61
1788014522James AyresDomestic interiors : the British tradition 1500-18502003B/06Ayres,
1788114464Museumsverband des Landes BrandenburgRevolution von Oben-die Preussischer Agrarreformen (Revolution from above - Agrarian Reform in Prussia)2001E/17.1Museum
1788214462Mecklenburgisches VolkskundemuseumBauern- und Krautergarten in Mecklenburg : The Herb Garden in the Open Air Museum at Schwerin-Muess1993M/08Meckle
1788314474edited by Alfred BartlObstbau im Bergischen Land : development of fruit cultivation in BergischLand, Germany : ecological seminars1997E/17.45Bergis
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