Cultural history

Results
The role of the art critic in the 20th century, with particular reference to the south of England.
Talbot, L.J., Ph.D. (1980), Southampton (Sweetman, J.E.)
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English juvenile periodical literature, 1870-1914: a bibliographical analysis.
Dixon, Diana, M.Phil. (1978), Leicester (Meadows, A.J.)
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British juvenile literature in an age of empire, 1880-1914.
Dunae, P.A., Ph.D. (1975), Manchester (Ratcliffe, B.M.)
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L:ibrary provision in the University of Liverpool, 1881-1938: the origins, growth and establishment of a decentralized library system.
Hall, Audrey W., M.A. (1975), Strathclyde
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Scenes from small worlds: the child, family and society in selected children's periodicals of the 1870s.
Lang, Marjory, Ph.D. (1980), Leicester (Simon, B.)
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E.W.B. Nicholson (1849-1912), and his importance to librarianship.
Manley, K.A., D.Phil. (1978), Oxford (Hunt, R.W.)
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Popular journalism and working-class attitudes, 1854-86: a study of Reynolds' Newspaper, Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper and the Weekly Times.
Berridge, Virginia S., Ph.D. (1976), London (Hobsbawm, E.J.E.)
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The public library in Wales: its history and development in the context of local government.
Roe, J., M.A. (1970), Belfast
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Attitudes and use: a critical study of factors influencing the establishment, development and relevance of British public libraries, 1850-1977.
Sykes, P., M.A. (1977), Sheffield
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Development of reference and information services in British public libraries, 1850-1940.
Whittaker, K.A., M.A. (1975), Sheffield
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Attitudes to the law in the unstamped press of the 1830s in England.
Abbey, Jocelyn C., M.Soc.Sc. (1978), Birmingham (Johnson, J.R.B.)
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Graphic journalism in England during the 1830s and 1840s.
Fox, Celina A., D.Phil. (1975), Oxford (Haskell, F.J.H.)
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The first Furness newspapers: the history of the Furness press, 1846-c.1880.
Lucas, P.J., M.Litt. (1972), Lancaster (Marshall, J.D.)
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The Imperial idea in juvenile literature, 1840-1902.
Murrell, P.S.J., Ph.D. (1975), Wales (Swansea) (Chamberlain, Muriel E.)
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Bywyd a gwaith [Life and work of] John Blackwell (Alun), 1797-1840.
Guest, Gwendoline, M.A. (1971), Wales (Bangor) (Jones, B.L.)
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The profession of 'man of letters' in the 19th century: some aspects of theory and practice.
Belflower, J.R., D.Phil. (1971), Oxford (Turner, P.D.L.)
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The history and development of libraries in Liverpool before 1860.
Gibbons, F., M.A. (1971), Belfast
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A history of the libraries of Newcastle upon Tyne to 1900.
Knott, Joan, M.Litt. (1975), Newcastle (McCord, N.)
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The Grosvenor Gallery, 1877-90.
Archambault, Michele I., Ph.D. (1978), London (Bowness, A.)
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The relationship of fine art and the poor in late 19th-century England.
Borzello, Frances S., Ph.D. (1980), London (Vaughan, W.)
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Granville Bantock: his life and music.
Bray, T.I., Ph.D. (1972), Cambridge
Thesis
British book illustration and the photo-mechanical revolution, 1880-1930.
Felmingham, P.J., M.Phil. (1980), Council for National Academic Awards
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The life and work of J.W. Waterhouse, R.A.
Hobson, A.F., Ph.D. (1978), Leicester
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The life and work of William Richard Lethaby.
Rubens, G.S., Ph.D. (1978), London (Banham, P.R.)
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The life and influence of Sir John Stainer.
Charlton, P., Ph.D. (1976), East Anglia
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Watson Fothergill: a Victorian architect.
Kilner, D.S., M.Phil. (1978), Nottingham
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Alfred Waterhouse.
Smith, S.A., Ph.D. (1970), London (Pevsner, N.B.L.)
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George Gilbert Scott, junior, architect, 1839-97.
Stamp, G.M., Ph.D. (1979), Cambridge (Symondson, A.)
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The life and work of George Heming Mason, A.R.A., 1818-72.
Billingham, Rosalind M., M.Phil. (1976), Leicester
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The life and works of James Brooks, 1825-1901.
Dixon, R.E., Ph.D. (1976), London (Pevsner, N.B.L.)
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