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25715Ref - 10041Ingval MaxwellIntroduction to lime in Scotland / Lime News. The Historic Scotland International Lime Conference, 4 : 11995B/04.6
25716Ref - 10041Peter BurmanReflections on the lime revival / Lime News. The Historic Scotland International Lime Conference, 4 : 11995B/04.6
25717Ref - 10041Giorgio TorracaLime technology in architectural conservation / Lime News. The Historic Scotland International Lime Conference, 4 : 11995B/09
25718Ref - 10041Douglas JohnstonMaterial manufacture of lime and mortar in Scotland / Lime News. The Historic Scotland International Lime Conference, 4 : 11995B/04.6
25719Ref - 10041Pat GibbonsTraining and standards / Lime News. The Historic Scotland International Lime Conference, 4 : 11995B/09
25720Ref - 10041Ingmar HolmstromThe use of lime : Part 1: the general use of lime in Sweden; Part 2 : adding cement to lime mortar / Lime News. The Historic Scotland International Lime Conference, 4 : 11995B/04.6
25721Ref - 10041R Denoon, A M Westwater and C M SmithA practical use of lime mortars in the repair and maintenance of masonry bridges / Lime News. The Historic Scotland International Lime Conference, 4 : 11995B/04.6
25724Ref - 15913Stella Agostini2003: a special year for the future of historic farm buildings / Historic Farm Buildings Group Review, Summer : 12004B/23
25725Ref - 15912David WilsonUnusual words from post-medieval inventories / RFS, Spring : 442004B/07.8
25727Ref - 15914Stephen Podd'Riding the Goaf' : an unusual item of barn work revisited / Historic Farm Buildings Group Review, Winter : 22005E/17.1
25729Ref - 15914Jeremy LakeThe criteria for listing historic farm buildings in England / Historic Farm Buildings Group, Winter : 22005B/23
25730Ref - 15914Bob Edwards and Jeremy LakeHistoric farmsteads in Hampshire : a pilot project / Historic Farm Buildings Group Review, Winter : 22005E/17
25763Ref - 11064Mary Miley TheobaldSampling 18th-century fare at Shields Tavern / Colonial Williamsburg Journal, XV : 21992/93E/72
25770Ref - 11063Harold B GillDoctoring the diseases of Virginia : champion of the tomato, for 36 years John de Sequera chronicled the health of colonists / Colonial Williamsburg Journal, XV : 11993E/73
25780Ref - 7562Bill WeldonThe arts and mysteries of the colonial brickmaker : a "brickyard summer" rediscovering the skills of an ancient craft / Colonial Williamsburg Journal, XII : 41990B/04.3
25783Ref - 7231Luis MardenThe craft of the cooper : rundlets, firkins, pipes and tuns / Colonial Williamsburg Journal, XII : 21989/90E/33.2
25785Ref - 7171Jon A SassWindmills in early America : along windswept coasts turned giant sails of "ships on land", grinding grain for the colonists / Colonial Williamsburg Journal, XII : 11989B/24.2
25790Ref - 11061Rosemary BrandauA taste of the past : sipping syllabub, sampling Virginia ham and hominy evoke 18th-century foodways / Colonial Williamsburg Journal, IX : 41987E/72
25795Ref - 14402John O SandsMeasure for measure / Colonial Williamsburg Journal, XXIV : 22002E/71.8
25798Ref - 13143Edward R CrewsOhs and Ahs, Ps and Qs : the art and mystery of the printing office / Colonial Williamsburg Journal, XXIII : 32001E/37
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