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Harold Gregory's signature on fly leaf of book"

Cold Arbour House, Chester Road, Buckley


The book was: A History of Everyday Things in England I, 1066 - 1499, written and illustrated by Marjorie and C.H.B. Quennell; Batsford, Third Edition, Tenth Impression, Winter 1950 -1. First published in 1918, there were four volumes altogether. The title page of this first volume lists the general coverage as: Armour, Mills, Food, Toys, Coaches, Ships, Costume, Games, Churches, Castles, Houses. The flyleaf states: "The Quennells' Everyday Things series has worked a revolution in the teaching of history."


It, therefore, is still of interest and fascination and would prove popular if circulated today.


What is of Buckley interest is the confirmation of Harold Gregory's initials and his address as Cold Arbour. See 7.220 and 65.32




H.G. Gregory

Cold Arbour House




Loaned to The Buckley Society (Historical Society).

Will members after reading please initial and recirculate to other members.

Author: Gregory, Harold G


Year = 1965

Document = Ephemera

Gender = Male

People = Single

Extra = 1960s

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