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The on-line version of the Bibliography of the Vernacular Architecture Group contains 11,400 references. Of these, 7,400 are taken from Volumes I through IV of the printed bibliographies, covering sources published up to 1994. Added to these are 3,200 covering the period up to the end of 2006 (identified as Bibliography 5), and another 800 up to 2012 (identified as Bibliography 6) (with a few later entries). The Bibliography may be browsed by subject area or searched by keyword, author, geographic region and journal or any combination of these.
The Vernacular Architecture Group was formed in 1952 to further the study of lesser traditional buildings. The Group has over 600 members, including some 50 overseas members, and a number of affiliated groups and exchanging societies. Membership is open to anyone interested in vernacular architecture. Members are involved in all aspects of the recording and study of vernacular buildings including detailed local or regional surveys, studies of particular types of buildings, building materials and techniques, documentary evidence and principles of development.
Other VAG collections include:
Cherry Trees, Stubby Lane
Draycott in the Clay
Derbyshire DE6 5BU