Monographs, offprints & references
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 Accn_Num   Statement of Responsibility   Title   Year   Shelf 
Ref - 15352by Malcolm HislopRock House Farm, Great Haywood : a fifteenth-century Staffordshire semi? / Vernacular Architecture, 342003B/05.2
Ref - 15352D F Stenning et alSmall aisled halls in Essex / Vernacular Architecture, 342003B/05.2
Ref - 15352by Nicholas A D Molyneux et alThe detached bell tower, St Leonard's parish church, Yarpole, Herefordshire / Vernacular Architecture, 342003B/26
Ref - 15352by Kathryn BairdAn overview of secular wall paintings in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in the Welsh Marches / Vernacular Architecture, 342003B/07.4
Ref - 15354by Ruth BubbThe Penn Doom : the re-examination and conservation of an important medieval painting on wood / The Conservator, No. 272003B/07.4
Ref - 15375by Brenda WatkinAnother look at shutters / Historic Buildings in Essex2003B/06.3
Ref - 15375by Brenda WatkinElms Farm, Thorpe-le-Soken / Historic Buildings in Essex2003B/23.1
Ref - 15375by Sue BrownOuthouse at Gill House - Runsell Green, Danbury / Historic Buildings in Essex2003B/05.2
Ref - 15375by John Walker12 St Johns Green, Writtle, Essex / Historic Buildings in Essex2003B/22
Ref - 15394by Richard BritnellFields, farms and sun-division in a moorland region, 1100-1400 / The Agricultural History Review, 52 Part I2004E/17.1
Ref - 15394by Selina ToddYoung women, work and family in inter-war rural England / The Agricultural History Review, 52 : Part I2004E/17.0
Ref - 15396by J B SmithLying for the whetstone : a saying and its links with folk life and tradition / Folk Life, 422003/2004E/71.6
Ref - 15396by Shane LehaneSlean turf in North Cork / Folk Life, 422003 / 2004E/33.19
Ref - 15396by Fionnuala Carson WilliamsA fire of stones curse rekindled / Folk Life, 422003 / 2004E/71.6
Ref - 15396by Bob PowellThe Fenland 'osskeeper / Folk Life, 422003 / 2004E/17.38
Ref - 15396by John H EdwardsTextile dyeing through the ages / Folk Life, 422003/2004E/33.51
Ref - 15396by John Burnett, Katherine Mercer and Anita QuyeThe practice of dyeing wool in Scotland c.1790-c.1840 / Folk Life, 422003 / 2004E/74
Ref - 15436compiled by John BlackwellGazetteer of places mentioned in newsletters 1-50 / Sussex Industrial Archaeology Society NewslettersE/30
Ref - 15578Christopher PearceFaked facades : used to give brickwork the appearance of stone, is stucco inventive icing on the cake or the depths of deceit? / Traditional Homes, October : 3 : 11986B/10.6
Ref - 15578Brian Bowers and David WoodcockBurning the midnight oil : for many centuries oil was the most sophisticated lighting fuel ? its development and use in table lamps / Traditional Homes, October : 3 : 11986E/34
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