Berkshire Archaeological Journal

Berkshire Archaeological Society, 2008

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Cover for Volume 48

Journal 48: 1944-5

Author Title Downloads
P.S. Spokes (ed.) Cover & Table of Contents PDF 138 Kb
F. Sharpe Church Bells of Berkshire, Part IX PDF 1004 Kb
L.G.H. Horton-Smith The Heads of Winterborne and of Newbury, Berkshire, Supplementary Article PDF 1 Mb
M.F. Bond Windsor's Experiment in Poor-Relief, 1621-1829 PDF 1 Mb
H.T. Morley Lettering on Some Monumental Brasses of Berkshire PDF 214 Kb
anon. Notes PDF 192 Kb
anon. Reviews PDF 119 Kb
anon. Bibliographical Notes PDF 312 Kb
anon. Reports of the Council for 1943-44 and 1944-45 PDF 880 Kb
anon. Financial Statements for 1943 and 1944 PDF 204 Kb
anon. Twentieth and Twenty-First Annual Reports of the Local History Recording Scheme (Berkshire Branch) PDF 316 Kb
anon. Third and Fourth Annual Reports of the Berkshire Architectural Records Committee PDF 313 Kb
anon. Index PDF 501 Kb

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