Cultural history

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The British documentary film movement, 1926-46.
Swann, P., Ph.D. (1979), Leeds (Pronay, N.)
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The history of television with special reference to the contributions of John Logie Baird.
Burns, R.W., Ph.D. (1976), Leicester (Keller, A.G.)
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The life and work of Vere Gordon Childe.
Green, S.A., M.A. (1978), Sheffield
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The life, work and times of Edmund Dulac, artist and book illustrator.
Radcliffe, H.M.S., M.A. (1977), Loughborough
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The disciplinary development of British archaeology, 1925-75.
Wheatley, O.K., M.Litt. (1980), Cambridge (Hodder, I.R.)
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The British Association for the Advancement of Science and public attitudes to science, 1919-45.
Collins, P.M.D., Ph.D. (1979), Leeds (Layton, D.)
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The role of the Royal Academy in English art, 1918-30.
Cowdell, T.P., Ph.D. (1980), London
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Newspaper science: the presentation of science in four British newspapers during the inter-war years, 1919-39.
Duncan, P.D., M.Phil. (1980), Sussex
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British radio broadcasting and its audience, 1918-39.
Pegg, M.W., D.Phil. (1980), Oxford (Briggs, A.)
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The Department of Industrial and Scientific Research: a study in the growth of organized science.
Varcoe, I.M., D.Phil. (1972), Oxford (Chester, D.N.)
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Government, industry and scientific research: twenty years of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1915-35.
Cruickshank, A.D., B.Litt. (1977), Oxford (Gowing, Margaret M.)
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The development of public libraries in England during the First World War.
Ellis, A.C.O., Ph.D. (1974), Council for National Academic Awards (Kelly, T.)
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Sir Reginald Blomfield: an Edwardian architect.
Fellows, R.A., M.Phil. (1980), York
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The crisis of the Edwardian intelligentsia, 1901-20.
Hall, J.A., Ph.D. (1976), London (MacRae, D.G.)
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The New Statesman, 1913-31: a study of intellectual attitudes.
Smith, A.A., Ph.D. (1980), Kent (Thomas, G.)
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The gramophone society movements: a history of gramophone societies in Britain, including their links with public libraries.
Bryant, E.T., M.A. (1971), Belfast
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The role of geographical societies in the development of geography in Britain, 1900-14.
Grady, Alison D., Ph.D. (1972), London (Campbell, Eila M.J.)
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The scientist in the British civil service.
Knowles, M.D., M.Sc. (1979), Manchester (Gummett, P.)
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Science, government and industrial research: the origins and development of the National Physical Laboratory, 1900-75.
Moseley, R., D.Phil. (1976), Sussex
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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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