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Cox, Ian.
The South Bank Exhibition, London: a Guide to the Story it Tells. Festival of Britain
(H.M. Stationery Office, 1951). With floor plans of the exhibition, illustrations and adverts. Paperback. Covers rather soiled, some rusting to staples and wear / curling to corners, slight splitting internally at spine, internally good. xxxii + 95 + xxxiv - lxivpp. Order No. NSBK-A6879
Keywords: B0007JP5DG, Festival of Britain, 1951, festivals, festival, England, English, British, Festival Hall, post war, post-war, twentieth century, history, 1950s, nationhood, national, nation, nationalism, exhibits, exhibit, social history, celebrations, celebration, antiquarian, period sources, guides, catalogues, South Bank Exhibition, London, entertainment, booklet
Price £12.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN
Spencer, Herbert.
Tumours Complicating Pregnancy, Labour and the Puerperium: Being The Lettsomian Lectures Delivered Before The Medical Society Of London, February and March 1920
(Harrison and Sons, 1920). Very scarce. Hardback. Ex-library (St Bartholomew's Hospital College Library). Edges worn, otherwise a good copy. 78pp. Order No. NSBK-A13637
Keywords: B00126A1M8, Lettsomian Lectures, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK, medicine, medical, women, women's history, pregnancy, maternity, pregnant, having a baby, health, tumours, cysts, cancer, growth, babies, motherhood, mothers, labour, London, 1920s, twenties, twentieth century, puerperium, cervix, cervical cancer, Caesarean section, antiquarian
Price £75.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN
Stratton, Helen.
Walberswick Marshes:
(Date unknown). An original delicate watercolour painting on card (unframed) believed to be by the artist Helen Stratton (24.5 cm x 27.5cm or 9.5 inches x 10.5 inches). Stratton is a highly-regarded illustrator of children's fairy tales. Signed with initials in bottom right-hand corner (active 1891-1925). Framer's plate (which is separate, but which has presumably been on the back of the picture when framed) gives provenance - Walberswick Marshes - Helen Stratton - and her London address: 113 Abingdon Road, Kensington. The picture, in greens and blues, is of a bridge over marshland. Walberswick in Suffolk was a haven for artists in the 1890s and 1900s and is associated with Philip Wilson Steer and his circle of English Impressionists. The card has suffered a little acidification from the original backing boards. Corners worn, one slightly split, some browning to edges, and light brown staining to top left edge, about 1.5cm wide. Otherwise very good. pp. Order No. NSBK-C15466
Keywords: Helen Stratton, Stratton, painter, painting, original, watercolour, Suffolk, Walberswick Marshes,painters, Walberswick, illustrations, images, art. artist, artists, Victorian, Edwardian, twentieth century, nineteenth century, Helen Isobel Mansfield Ramsey Stratton, Art Nouveau, Glasgow School, woman artist, women artists, book illustrator, illustrators, children's book illustrator, Minsmere-Walberswick Heaths and Marshes Site of Special Scientific Interest, Walberswick National Nature Reserve, Southwold, marshland, reedbeds, English Impressionists, impressionist, Enfland, 20th century, 19th century, antiquarian, women painters, watercolours
Price £1,400.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN

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Fishwick, Henry, ed.
Lancashire and Cheshire Church Surveys, 1649 - 1655: In Two Parts. Part I: Parochial Surveys of Lancashire. Part II: Surveys of the Lands, &c, of the Bishop and Dean and Chapter of Chester, and of the Warden and Fellows of the Collegiate Church of Manchester
(Printed for the Record Society, 1879). Two parts in the one volume, which is Volume 1 of the Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society Series. Some pages uncut. Hardback. Ex-library with usual library stamps/ stickers; a few dark splashes to back board & rubbing to edges, otherwise a good+ copy in original, gilt decorated green cloth. xxix + 282pp. Order No. NSBK-A7062
Keywords: B000HBZ79Q, Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, Lancashire & Cheshire Record Society, local history, records, archives, archival, documents, North West England, England, English, Britain, British, manuscripts, documents, sources, antiquarian, parish history, parishes, church surveys, parochial surveys, lands, land, Chester, Manchester, Chapter of Chester, Collegiate Church of Manchester, Salford, Wigan, Lancaster, Preston, Blackburn, Bury, Middleton, Leigh, ecclesiastical, seventeenth century, 17th century, early modern, commonwealth church survey, religion, religious, churches, Prescot, Ribchester, Bolton
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Frances H. Wood of Woodbank, Southport:
(Gresham Press, Unwin Brothers, for private circulation only, 1929). Scarce. Hardback. Attractive red suede-like full leather, a little darkening to edges & wear to corners, gilt titles, front inner paste-down split from leather down one-side, otherwise a good copy. 48pp. Order No. NSBK-C6747
Keywords: B001DAWQC6, Frances H. Wood, Southport, Lancashire, Merseyside, history, religion, religious, Woodbank, women's history, Victorian, nineteenth century, antiquarian, Miss Wood, Wood family, Woods, Manchester, philanthropists, philanthropy, bible, prayer, Britain, British, England, English, biographies, biography, hymns, hymnwriters, women hymnwriters, Mornington Road Chapel
Price £15.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN
Stanning, J. H., ed.
The Royalist Composition Papers: Being the Proceedings of the Committee for Compounding, AD 1643 - 1660, So Far as They Relate to the County of Lancaster
(Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, 1891). Extracted from the Records Preserved in the Public Record Office, London. Number 24 of the Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society Series. Volume I: A - B. Hardback. Original green and gilt decorated cloth. Ex library with usual library stamps & stickers, & some wear, espec. at edges. A little cracking to internal hinges, else good. xvi + 268pp. Order No. NSBK-A11806
Keywords: B000HBZXPE, Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, Lancashire & Cheshire Record Society, local history, records, archives, archival, documents, North West England, England, English, Britain, British, documents, sources, antiquarian, 17th century, seventeenth century, history, Royal Composition Papers, early modern, County of Lancaster, compounding, legal, law
Price £23.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN
White, Florence, ed.
How to Wash Clothes at Home: Containing Simple and Complete Instructions
(Florence White, 1901). An advice book, recommending the best methods of carrying out laundry work. A very interesting one of its kind, with illustrations and lots of detail of interest to the social historian. Paperback. Original covers slightly soiled and creased at edges, otherwise good+. 96pp. Order No. NSBK-C15121
Keywords: clothes, clothing, washing clothes, laundry, laundry work, working women, domesticity, antiquarian, social history, ironing, starching, booklets, boiling, advice books, linen, booklet, booklets
Price £28.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN
Robins, Elizabeth.
Way Stations:
(Hodder and Stoughton, 1st edition, 1913). Hardback. Cloth worn, mainly at spine ends and edges. Spine dull with a little spotting, page edges, intro pgs, endpapers foxed - otherwise a good solid copy. Blue cloth. xii + 352pp. Order No. NSBK-C14930
Keywords: B00086JKKM, Elizabeth Robins, women's suffrage, woman suffrage, women writers, Where Are You Going To, fiction, suffragettes, acting, actresses, novels, novelists, theatre, collectible, antiquarian, twentieth century, Britain, British, England, English, Women's Social and Political Union, actresses, actresss, theatre, drama, plays, novelists, feminists, actors, literature, original suffragette ephemera, Women Writers' Suffrage League, hunger strikes
Price £125.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN
Baines, Thomas.
History of the Town and Commerce of Liverpool: and of the Rise of Manufacturing Industry in the Adjoining Counties
(Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, London, Liverpool, 1852). Small library markings to spine and front endpaper. Frontispiece plan of Liverpool damaged and repaired with sellotape. Another plan, of Royalist Fortifications, torn in two but complete. A little rubbing / bumping to corners, but a very nice copy indeed, sound and tight. Hardback. Full leather nicely repaired. Gilt decoration front & back, raised gilt bands & titles to spine, all edges gilt. Ex library, but library markings minimal. Very good, attractive. xvi + 844 + 13pp. Order No. NSBK-A6861
Keywords: B000K40UBA, towns, cities, urban, city, commerce, commercial, manufacturing, manufacture, Liverpool, Merseyside, North West, England, Britain, British, English, counties, Lancashire, history, urbanisation, antiquarian, industry, industrial, Thomas Baines, Industrial Revolution, industrialisation, town, Mersey, Victorian, nineteenth century, Liverpool Docks, trade, exports, imports, economic, economy, ports, port
Price £75.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN
Suffragette Postcard, Original Real Photographic.
Amendment Float. Suffragettes' Parade: March 3rd 1913. Washington DC
(I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD, 1913). An original real photographic postcard for collectors of original suffragette / Votes for Women memorabilia. On March 3, 1913, the National American Woman Suffrage Association - NAWSA - organised a woman suffrage parade and demonstration in Washington DC. (Pennsylvania Avenue). It was timed to coordinate with Woodrow Wilson's presidential inauguration, the following day. The marchers were jeered and attacked, and had to fight their way through the mob, and the resulting publicity focused the country's attention on the issue of Woman Suffrage. This is an original, contemporary postcard, issued at the time. A horse-drawn float carries the words: "We Demand an Amendment to the Constitution of the United States Enfranchising the Women of the Country". A suffragette rides alongside on a white horse, and crowds of bystanders watch the float go by, from underneath a marquee / cloth verandah. On the back of the card, there's a handwritten contemporary message in ink. There was about four hundred thousand people on the avenue that day. There are 325,000 population in this city [Washington], and we had about 300,000 visitors". The card has not been posted and there is no stamp or postmark. Published by I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD. Front of card is somewhat soiled, with wear to edges and corners. There's a large round coffee stain to the top right, a small crease bottom left, and a few light scratches. Rear is browned with a little brown staining top edge. Otherwise the card is in good condition. Electronic image has been watermarked with the word "protected", to prevent image theft. This, of course, is not present on the card itself. Front of card is somewhat soiled, with wear to edges & corners. Large round coffee stain top right, crease bottom left, & a few scratches. Rear browned. Browning top edge. Good. pp. Order No. NSBK-A14967
Keywords: USA, Washington, American, United States of America, parades, processions, history, floats, suffragettes, Votes for Women, suffragette, National American Woman Suffrage Association, NAWSA, demonstrations, women's history, antiquarian, original suffragette ephemera, suffragette postcards
Price £88.00. Convert to US$ EURO YEN

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