New additions

Additions to the Library, August 2022

Here is a brief list of the new additions to our library during the month of
August 2022. For fuller details, please search our online catalogue or contact
the library via email: library@stalbanshistory.org

Books and pamphlets

Abbey Flyer walks : Verulamium from St Albans Abbey Station a 2 mile circular walk.
St Albans City and District Council.
[2000 – 2010]

The ages of stone.
Gibson, A. V.; Moss-Eccardt, John.
Hertfordshire Archaeological Council
1971

The Anglo-Saxon and Mediaeval periods.
Kent, J. P. C.; Davis, K. Rutherford (Kenneth Rutherford) [1917-]
Hertfordshire Archaeological Council
1971

Borough of Watford Central Area traffic arrangements [from November 1972].
Watford Borough Council
1972

Bricket Wood Common : explore the Common’s woods and rare heathland on a 2 mile (3km) trail from Station Road.
St Albans City and District Council.; Countryside Management Service
[2010]

The Chilterns and the Thames Valley : from Iffley to Staines.
Winbolt, Samuel Edward
1932

Companion into Hertfordshire.
Johnson, W. Branch (William Branch)
1952

The diary of John Carrington, farmer of Bramfield, 1798-1810. Volume 2, 1805-1810, and John Carrington junior’s diary, May 1810-December 1812.

Flood, Susan; Carrington, John, 1763-1833.; Carrington, John, 1726-1810.
Hertfordshire Record Publications; vol. 33
2022

Heartwood Forest : be part of the largest new native woodland in England.
Woodland Trust
[2008]

A history of the straw hat industry.
Dony, John G.
1942

Home Counties.
Fitter, R. S. R.
Festival of Britain Office.
1951

Natural play : Green spaces in the district of St Albans.
St Albans City and District Council.; Countryside Management Service
[2000 – 2010]

Nomansland Common : discover the Common’s heathland, wildflower meadows and woods on a 1 mile trail or explore the common further, on its well used paths.
St Albans City and District Council.; Countryside Management Service
[2010]

St. Albans c.1820: “The Town”.
St Albans and Hertfordshire Architectural and Archaeological Society. St. Albans c.1820 Map
Group
2nd ed.
1985

St. Albans City football club : the City at war : a tribute to the City’s most glorious Saints
Tavener, David;Taylor, Peter A.
No Date

St Albans Historic Pubs and Inns Trail : where history meets today.
St Albans City and District Council.
1997

St. Peter’s Church, St. Albans.
Morgan, W Carey
1899

Sopwell Nunnery green space : a scheduled ancient monument and haven for wildlife.
St Albans City and District Council.; Countryside Management Service
[2010]

“Splendid display ; pompous spectacle” : historical pageants in twentieth-century Britain.
Freeman, Mark
2013

Who’s who for the Marshalswick murder : the murder of Edward Anstee at Marshalswick in 1880.
Reynolds, Chris F
2007

Journals and Articles

Coming to your local museum – the Wheathampsted Ewer ‘returns’;!
Morewood, John
2021

The first battle of St Albans stamp.
Burley, Peter
2021

Gambling on the Turf Hotel.
Mein, Jonathan
2021

New society project : St Albans and the Dissolution.
Mein, Jonathan;Herbert, Ailsa
2021

The origins of Everlasting Lane.
Pile, John
2021

Portable antiquities scheme local update, 2020/21.
Fittock, Matthew.
2021

The problem with roman roads.
Lockyear, Kris
2021

Quarrying on Porters Park Golf Course, Radlett.
Green, Howard.
2021

Restoration of the Amphibalus shrine.
Low, Julia
2021

St Albans and the ‘Chroniclers of History’;.
Thorold, David
2021

St Albans and Western Hertfordshire Slavery Initiative.
Morewood, John
2021

Triumphant visit of Victoria and Albert.
Mann, Sue.
2021

Washington Wilson’s photo of the Clock Tower.
Howkins, Caroline
2021

Washington Wilson’s photo of the high altar screen in the Cathedral.
Green, Sheila.
2021

A wider view of Dr Nathaniel Cotton’s biography.
Morris, Kate.
2021