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MACMILLAN, GERALD.
Honours for Sale: The Strange Story of Maundy Gregory.
London, Richards Press. 1954, First Edition. Hard Cover. 244 pp, 8vo (8 3/8" H) - red cloth boards with silver lettering on spine. B&w illustrations. How much would a knighthood or a baronetcy cost? In the time of British Prime Minister Lloyd George, the man to ask would have been Arthur John Peter Michael Maundy Gregory. This is the story of corruption in high places and the sale and political use of Honours. It is also a tale of blackmail, fraud and, perhaps, murder. Split in front inside hinge paper, tiny faint foxing marks on free endpapers, very light browning to pages, wrinkling and light wear at top/bottom of spine, very light edge wear, small bump at bottom corner of front board, three very small colored pen marks and light soiling on bottom of text block. Good.
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Book number: 27936
USD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 29 | £UK 25.75 | JP¥ 3631]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Lloyd George, Peerage, Baronetage, Honours List, Politics, Politicians, Prosecutions, Titles, Financial Transactions, Fraud, Court Cases, British Society, Knighthoods, Party Funds, Funding, Prime Ministers, Sir Joseph Robinson, Earls, Scotland Yard, Crime

 
MAGNUSSON, MAGNUS, ET AL.
The Glorious Privilege: The History of 'the Scotsman'.
Nelson, (London, 1967), Ist ed.. 196 pp, large 8vo, HC. Published to celebrate the 150th birthday of 'The Scotsman', the great Scottish newspaper. It is a lively story of how 'The Scotsman' came into being asa strongly liberal paper in a period of re-action, and how throughout it s history it has always retained its typically Scottish note of independence. Illus with many b&w photos. Dj has light edgewear and light browning to edges, bottom of spine has two closed tears up to 1/1/4" with creases and chips. VG / V G -.
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Book number: 2019
USD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 20.75 | £UK 18.5 | JP¥ 2594]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Newspapers, the Scotsman, Scotland, Roy Thomson, Printing, Publishing.

 
MALLOCH, D. MACLEOD.
The Book of Glasgow Anecdote.
Edinburgh, Foulis. 1912, First Edition. Hard Cover with dust jacket. 396 pp + (7) pp publisher's advertising, 8 1/4" H. Oatmeal-coloured cloth with gilt lettering on spine and front board, top edge gilt, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. 34 b&w illustrations with tissue guards, and colour frontispiece, tipped in, plus double page b&w "Plan of Glasgow in 1783" (collated). Chapter headings: Introductory; Concerning some Glasgow Men and Women; The Amusements of the People; Alarms and Excursions; Humour; Municipal; The Commerce of Glasgow; Concerning Banking; The University; Law in Glasgow; The Medical Profession; The Church. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, browning to fore-edge of text block - lighter on bottom of text block, light browning to edges of boards and very light on spine. Dust jacket has small edge pieces missing - mostly at top rear edge, light edge browning - darker on spine, light rubbing and small edge tear to front panel illustration, minor soiling, a few small edge tears, protected in a paper-backed mylar sleeve. Very Good -/Good-.
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Book number: 29850
USD 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 37 | £UK 33 | JP¥ 4669]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Glasgow, Scotland, Biography, Humour, Commerce, Banking, Bankers, Glasgow University, Medical Profession, Doctors, Law, Lawyers, Church, Churchmen, Municipal, James Watt, Robert Simson, David Dale, Sir John Moore, Thomas Campbell, Sir Colin Campbell, Kirk

 
DAVISON, MARK AND CURRIE, IAN.
Surrey in the Seventies: Photographs and Memories of the 1970s.
Frosted Earth, (Coulsdon, Surrey, 1995).. 164 pp, small 4to (10 1/8" H), soft cover. Profusely illustrated with vintage b&w photos. "Surrey saw some spectacular sights as the Swinging Sixties gave way to the Seventies. Some town centres changed beyond recognition as demolition workers ma de way for the new, and on the streets, out came some strange new fashions - hot pants, loons, flared trousers, ponchos and plafform shoes. As youngsters danced to the Bay City Rollers, Slade and Gary Glitter, local cinemas were emptying a n d c l o s i n g down. The Seventies was also a decade of protests, strikes and other forms of industrial unrest, culminating in the 'Winter of Discontent' in 1978-9. The following pages look again at the Seventies in Surrey and recapture tho s e ti me s o f ha pp in es s and sorrow, Ford Capris, Austin Allegros and Morris Marinas." Interior - printers ink smudges on page 55 (text still very legible), small stain at bottom edge of rear cover, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ow ne rsh ip ma rks . Ex ter ior - small soft creases to fornt cover, minor edgewear/rubbing, spine flat and uncreased, tiny scuff to edge of spine. VG-.
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Book number: 8951
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.5 | £UK 14.75 | JP¥ 2075]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Surrey, England, 1970s, Croydon, Banstead, Caterham, Chessington, Guildford, Epsom, Dorking, Kingston, Leatherhead, Redhill, Richmond, Surbiton, Sutton, Woking, Fashion, Social History, Politics, Crime, Music, Musicians, Youth.

 
MARNHAM, PATRICK. (MARY WESLEY).
Wild Mary: The Life of Mary Wesley.
London, Chatto & Windus. 2006, First Edition. (ISBN: 0701179910) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 289 pp, large 8vo (9 7/16" H). B&w plates. "She was born Mary Farmar, related to the Duke of Wellington, and grew up a rebel who believed that she was her mother's least favourite child. Like many girls of her background, she married for escape. In the late 1930s, she began a fascination with Heinz Ziegler, a Czech university professor and wartime air gunner; his brother, Paul, later a Benedictine monk, also fell under her spell. At the outbreak of the Second World War she was, as she put it, 'roped into Intelligence', where she worked on breaking codes. MI5 and her rackety life during the Blitz eventually inspired her novels ('Jumping the Queue', 'The Camomile Lawn', 'Not That Sort of Girl', 'A Sensible Life', etc.), many of which were concerned with multiple wartime love affairs. She wrote about the atmosphere of the home front and how the imminence of death loosened inhibitions - her fiction was as sexy and as candid as she was herself. She drew on her eccentric friends and her love of Cornwall and the West Country, while the darkness of her novels was illuminated by a caustic sense of the ridiculous. Her style has been described as arsenic without the old lace. (This) is a remarkable book about a woman who was courageous, sensual, talented and ruthless. Readers will enjoy her story not only for its witty anecdotes and devastating one-liners, but also for the intimate portrait it builds of a multi-layered personality in which much was hidden." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, previous owner's place, date and signature on half-title page; light browning to edges of text block. Dust jacket has light wrinkling and wear at top.bottom of spine and flap-folds, some edge wrinkling - mainly along top edge. Very Good/Very Good.
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Book number: 25435
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.5 | £UK 14.75 | JP¥ 2075]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Boskenna, Maurice Bowra, Winston Churchill, Emily Coleman, Lewis Clive, Katherine Davies, Dalby, Hugh Toby Swinfen Eady, Mynors Farmar, Alice Grenfell, Jan Masaryk, Melikof, Susan Scammell, Tessa Sayle, Betty Paynter, Bill Siepmann, Eric, Heinz Ziegler, M

 
MARRIOTT, LEO.
What's Left of Nelson.
Shepperton, Dial House. 1995, First Edition. (ISBN: 0711023034) Soft Cover. 160 pp, 8vo (9" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. This volume details museums, collections, historical sites, etc. where items and locales related to Lord Nelson can be viewed. "This series (of books) concerns the lasting impression that several eminent figures have left upon society. History records their actions and words and their lives are illustrated in books, photo-graphs and paintings. But each person leaves behind more than writings, reputation or notoriety: the place where they were born; the houses they lived in; the clothes they wore; the structures they owned, built or made; where they died and where they are laid to rest. Each of these books in the 'What's Left of' series is a detective story piecing together the physical remains that famous people leave behind - remains that we can see today and perhaps allow us to recapture some of their history - (not just major attractions) but the personal possessions, clothing or jewellery, that give us a clear insight into their personality." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright with one faint crease on spine. Very Good+.
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Book number: 15417
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.5 | £UK 11 | JP¥ 1556]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Horatio Nelson, Admirals, Naval History, Ships, Royal Navy, Victory, Emma Hamilton, Paintings, Engraving, Statues, Museums, Artifacts, Memorials, Forgeries, Pubs, Uniforms, Napoleonic Era, Napoleonic Wars. 0711023034

 
MARRIOTT, LEO.
What's Left of Nelson.
Shepperton, Dial House. 1995, First Edition. (ISBN: 0711023034) Soft Cover. 160 pp, 8vo (9" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. This volume details museums, collections, historical sites, etc. where items and locales related to Lord Nelson can be viewed. "This series (of books) concerns the lasting impression that several eminent figures have left upon society. History records their actions and words and their lives are illustrated in books, photo-graphs and paintings. But each person leaves behind more than writings, reputation or notoriety: the place where they were born; the houses they lived in; the clothes they wore; the structures they owned, built or made; where they died and where they are laid to rest. Each of these books in the 'What's Left of' series is a detective story piecing together the physical remains that famous people leave behind - remains that we can see today and perhaps allow us to recapture some of their history - (not just major attractions) but the personal possessions, clothing or jewellery, that give us a clear insight into their personality." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - tiny soft corner crease on front cover. Very Good+.
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Book number: 29566
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.5 | £UK 11 | JP¥ 1556]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Horatio Nelson, Admirals, Naval History, Ships, Royal Navy, Victory, Emma Hamilton, Paintings, Engraving, Statues, Museums, Artifacts, Memorials, Forgeries, Pubs, Uniforms, Napoleonic Era, Napoleonic Wars. 0711023034

 
MARTIN, E.W.
The Book of the Village.
London, Phoenix House. 1962, First Edition. Hard Cover with dust jacket. 149 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H). B&w drawings, photographs, reproductions. "(Written) for older children who would like to hear about their forefathers and the people who made and built the places they see around them. In 'The Book of the Village' we read the story of the growth of the pattern and ways of our villages, from Saxon to our own times, from the ox-plough to the combine harvester, and from the darkling hills and forests of the earliest farmers to the settled and tidy England of today. We learn about the early village and its lord of the manor, the village before factories and mass production killed cottage crafts, of the squire, of the parson - and the squarson - of the high farming of the eighteenth century, of Coke of Norfolk; Jethro Tull, and Turnip Townshend; of the enclosing and stealing of common land, and of the village today." Very light rubbing to board edges, one very small corner bump. Dust jacket is price clipped, small corner crease on front flap, slight fading to spine color, minor edge wear/wrinkling, very light rubbing/soiling. Very Good/Very Good.
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Book number: 16637
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: English Villages, Village Life, Rural Life, Enclosure, Lord of Manor, Servants, Manor System, Peasants, Parishes, Village Parliament, Vestry, Squires, Parsons, Hawker, Morwenstow, Farmers, Farming, Labourers, Yeomen, Arthur Young, Reform, Reformers, Cotta

 
MARTIN, GAVIN.
London Buses 1929-1939.
London, Ian Allan. 1990. (ISBN: 0711018804) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 144 pp, 4to (11 3/4" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs. "1929 was marked by a great leap forward in London bus design which followed the appointment of George John Rackham as Chief Engineer at AEC. The following year saw the introduction of the Green Line coach services working across London from what were then sleepy country towns 30 or more miles distant from the fringes of the London General Omnibus Co's empire. The year 1930 also saw the first hesitant appearance of the diesel engine, quickly to be followed by the fluid flywheel, Wilson gearbox and hydraulic brakes. By the summer of 1932, a year before the formation of London Transport, some of the General's famous Bluebird buses had these features in combination. London Transport quickly got to work replacing obsolete and non-standard buses and coaches. By the end of 1937 the General's NS type had all gone and by the summer of 1939 only a handful of the vehicles inherited from independent operators remained. The famous 10T10 type had replaced the first-generation Green Line coaches. New bus and coach designs of unorthodox layout - the TF type with the engine under the floor, the CR type with the engine at the rear - were already in service. The side-engined AEC Q-type had come and gone as a production model, even though most of London Transport's 200 examples were to last until the 1950s. The incomparable RT type double-decker which was to dominate the London bus scene for nearly 40 years also appeared in 1939. (This book) takes the reader through these developments as they occurred, explaining their significance in language he or she will understand." Faint cigarette odour, slight waviness to edges of texblock. Dust jacket has areas of light edge wrinkling. Very Good+/Very Good+.
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Book number: 17633
USD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 29 | £UK 25.75 | JP¥ 3631]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: London, Buses, Bus Transport, Omnibuses, Green Line Coaches, Diesel Engines, Chiswick Chassis, Fluid Transmission, Hydraulic Brakes, Double-Deckers, Design, Development, Technology, Bluebird, Wilson Gearbox, Engines, Motors, Public Transportation, Public

 
MARTINE, RODDY.
A Royal Tradition: The Queen and Her Family in Scotland.
Edinburgh, Mainstream. 1986, First Edition. (ISBN: 1851580182) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 160 pp, large 8vo (9 15/16" H). B&w and colour photographs. "This book sets out to celebrate the reign of Queen Elizabeth from a Scottish viewpoint. The throne of England was inherited by the King of Scots, and Queen Elizabeth's Scottish pedigree stretches far further back into the mists of time than her English lineage. Through various cousin marriages she descends over twenty times from the ill-fated Mary, Queen of Scots. But for over 200 years no ruling British Monarch set foot on Scottish soil. The Hanovarians resolutely ignored Scotland for four generations, incensed by the Jacobites, although it was through their descent from King James VI of Scotland that they were able to make a legitimate claim to British Sovereignty. In the nineteenth century it was Queen Victoria's discovery of the Highlands which made Scotland fashionable overnight with Court society. And it is her descendants who have maintained the tradition, holidaying at Balmoral and participating in the pageantry of Scottish life. The author believes that it is through her royal Scottish descent and from her Scottish mother, Elizabeth of Glamis, that the Queen has inherited the finer qualities of the Scottish character: a sense of purpose and dedication. With an awareness of Scotland's heritage and history, this book examines the Royal Family's involvement with Scotland and pays tribute to a remarkable lady." Previous owner's small Xmas notation, date and signature on free front endpaper. Dust jacket has minor edge wear, some areas of very light edge wrinkling, one very small edge tear, a few tiny dints on front panel. Very Good+/Very Good+.
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Book number: 25483
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.5 | £UK 14.75 | JP¥ 2075]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Queen Elizabeth, Ii, British Royal Family, Windsor, Mary, Victoria, Scots, Monarchy, Household, Scottish Regalia, Pageantry, Blood, Family, Princess Anne, Bowes-Lyon, Prince Charles, Wales, Queen Mother, Innes, Gordon, King George V, Vi, Philip, Balmoral,

 
MAXWELL, HERBERT, SIR.
Official Guide: Palace Abbey-Church and Environs of Holyroodhouse with a Historical Sketch.
His Majesty's Stationery Office, Edinburgh, 1934.. xxi, 154, xxii-xl pp, 7 1/4" H, soft cover. B&w photographs, plans, reproductions, advertisements. Contents: The Palace - The Picture Gallery, The Portraits of James III and His Queen, Margaret of Denmark; Historical Apartments - The Duchess of H amilton's Drawing-Room, Lord Darnley's Rooms, Lord D's Audience Chamber, Lord D's Bedroom, Lord D's Dressing-Closet, Queen Mary's Private Stair, Queen M's Audience Chamber, Queen M's Bedroom, Queen M's Supper-Room, Queen M's Dressing-Closet ; T h e S t a te Apartments - The Household Dining-Room, Grand Staircase, The West Drawing-Room, The Throne Room, State Rooms; Chapel Royal; The Environs of Holyrood; Historical Sketch - Annals of Holyrood Abbey, A.D. 1128-1498 - Holyrood as a Roy al Pa la ce - Tr ou bled Times at Holyrood - The Years of Blood - Holyrood Eclipsed by St. James's - From Charles I to George V. Interior - several pages with a tiny corner crease,minor browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other o wne r shi p m ark s . Ex ter ior - soft creases at corners of covers, small tear at top/bottom of hinges, light rubbing, small liquid stain on rear cover, wrinkling on spine and light wear at top/bottom. Good.
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Book number: 19939
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.5 | £UK 11 | JP¥ 1556]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Palaces, Picture Galleries, Apartments, Lord Darnley, Queen Mary, State, Chapel Royal, Abbeys, Royalty, Residences.

 
MAYNE, RICHARD, COMPILER.
Jersey Occupied: Unique Pictures of the Nazi Rule 1940-1945.
Norwich, Jarrold and Sons. 1970. Soft Cover. 64 pp, 9 11/16" H. B&w photographs. Contents: Introduction; The calm before the storm; Luftwaffe over Jersey; The arrival of the Wehrmacht; Early days; German Command; Fortifications; The weapons of war; Requisitioned buildings; German railways; Deportations; The sound of the Jackboot; Invasion!; Red Cross supplies; Liberation. Interior - small light soiling mark on page 24, tiny crease and browning at top/bottom corners of pages 1 to 10, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - light browning to edges of text block, small crease at bottom of rear cover, tiny corner creases on front cover, very light browning on covers, minor edge wear. Very Good.
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Book number: 25035
USD 12.00 [Appr.: EURO 10 | £UK 9 | JP¥ 1245]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Occupation, Channel Islands, Arp, Air Raid Shelters, Luftwaffe, la Rocque, St Helier, Bombings, Wehrmacht, Gorey Pier, Fortifications, Anti-Aircraft Guns, Tanks, Railways, Proclamations, Deportation, World War Ii, Second World War, Mid-20th Century, Wehrm

 
MCBRIDE, IAN.
The Siege of Derry in Ulster Protestant Mythology.
Dublin, Four Courts Press. 1997. (ISBN: 1851822992) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 93 pp, large 8vo (9 3/8" H). "The Siege of Derry (1688-9) is the key political myth in Loyalist culture. This study looks at the Siege, reconstructing the ways in which the defence of Derry has been commemorated and interpreted over the last 300 years. Celebrated by historians, artists, poets and preachers, re-enacted in anniversary demonstrations and parades, the Siege provides a unique insight into the mixture of triumphalism and insecurity that lies behind the slogan 'No Surrender!'. The story of the Siege embodies in dramatic form the series of timeless lessons regarding the relationship between Ulster Protestants and their ancestral enemies, and the book shows how each generation has emphasised or suppressed different components according to its ideological needs. At various times the emblematic events of 1688-9 have been represented as a providential deliverance from popery, the restoration of the ancient constitution, a blow struck for the rights of man, and the original act of loyalist rebellion. The memory of the Siege has been a source of discord as well as an agent of union, exposing tensions between Liberals and Conservatives, Anglicans and Presbyterians, the social elite and the common people. A fuller understanding of its role in the Loyalist imagination affirms the complexity and diversity of the Protestant tradition." Previous owner's small stamp on front paste down, small bump to bottom corner of a pprox. page 60 to end of book, tiny bump to top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, tiny closed tear on front hinge, light rubbing - faint rub lines on rear panel. Very Good/Very Good.
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Book number: 19985
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Siege Derry, Loyalists, Sieges, Ulster, Ireland, Irish, Protestants, Catholics, Politics, 17th Century Ireland, Apprentice Boys, Londonderry, Mitchellburne, Maiden City, Orangeism, Orange Order, Rev. John Graham, John Hempton, George Walker. 1851822992

 
MCCARTHY, JUSTIN.
Modern England, Volume Ii: From the Reform Bill to the Accession of Edward Vii.
T. Fisher Unwin, London, [1912], Third impression, with a new epilogue.. 360 pp, 8vo, HC, The Story of the Nations series, volume 52, Subscription Edition. Chapters include: The Convict Ship; Tithes and State Church in Ireland; Queen Victoria; Foundation of the Canadian Dominion; The Chartist Collapse; Steam, Telegraph and Postage; "The Stockdale Case"; The Opium Question; The Irish National Movement; Peel's Triumph and Fall; Crimea and Cawnpore; The Waning Century; Lord Beaconsfield; Mr. Gladstone; The Close of Some Great Careers; Literature, Art and Science. B &w drawings and photos. Top of text block dust stained, patches of light browning to bottom of text block near spine and at fore edge. Light creasing to top and bottom of spine and some light scuffing, approx. 1/4" dent near top of spine with scratch inside. Very minor edge wear elsewhere. Free endpapers starting to brown. Boards are medium blue with white, dark blue and gilt decoration. VG-.
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Book number: 1289
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.5 | £UK 11 | JP¥ 1556]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: England, Social History, Political History, Statemen, Convict Ships, Penal Colonies, Australia, Ireland, Queen Victoria, Canada, Steam, Telegraph, Postal Systems, Opium, Peel, Crimea, India, Gladstone, Literature, Art, Science.

 
MCCORMACK, ANNE.
Kingston Upon Thames: A Pictorial History.
Chichester, Phillimore. 1989. (ISBN: 085033716X) Hard Cover with dust jacket. Unpaginated, large 8vo (9 7/8" H). Pictorial endpapers. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. "Kingston upon Thames is a Royal Borough, one of only four in England and Wales. Seven Anglo-Saxon Kings were crowned in the town, which has been an important market and trading centre for more than a thousand years. The Royal Borough was enlarged in 1965 by the inclusion of the two former Boroughs of Malden and Coombe, and Surbiton. At the beginning of the 19th century, the built-up area around the Market Place supported the traditional trades for which Kingston was famous - malting, brewing, tanning, and tallow-chandlery - while mansions with extensive pleasure grounds and farms surrounded the town. The coming of the railways in 1838 and the subsequent rush for development land produced a dramatic change. Large estates were sold and built over to form the pattern of streets and houses familiar today. Surbiton and Malden and Coombe became separate authorities and churches, chapels and schools were built to serve their expanding communities. The construction of the Kingston By-Pass in 1927 encouraged further growth and the development of the area into a centre of light industry meant that firms like the Sopwith Aviation Company grew rapidly alongside more traditional businesses. The splendid illustrations in this book, many of which come from the local history collection in Kingston Heritage Centre, cover that important 150-year period in the history of all three former Boroughs, as the ancient town amid open country was transformed into the contemporary scene. The book provides a fascinating and informative record of daily life since Victorian times, in wartime and in peace, and of the evolution of the present environment. It will be particularly welcomed by those who still remember many of the scenes and events depicted so vividly in the photographs and by all who are interested in the past of the Kingston area.". Near Fine/Near Fine.
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Book number: 22747
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Kingston Upon Thames, Royal Boroughs, Transportation, Trains, Railways, Civic Government, Schools, Shops, Churches, Industry, Sopwith, Aircraft, Hospitals, World War, Sports, Tennis, Farming, Surbiton, Malden, Coombe, Markets, Aviation, Towns, Urban Devel

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