Beaudesert Hall, Beaudesert Park, Staffordshire. Historic Building Recording

Birmingham Archaeology, 2017

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Kelleher, S., Hislop, M. (2007) Beaudesert Hall, Beaudesert Park, Staffordshire. Historic Building Recording 2007. Report No. 1699 Birmingham Archaeology: Birmingham. (Using multi-volume ZIP files)

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