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E30000107X
Book:Guidebook 1977. Main Guide:1977
Author: Weald and Downland Open Air Museum (Singleton)
Author: Armstrong, J. R (Jack Roy)
Author: Harris, R (Richard)
Author: Zeuner, C. S. H (Christopher S. H)
Year: 1977
Format: Book
Class no: SINGLETON069
ISBN: E30000107X
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Publication Year: 1979
Media type: Other material
Upper Hall from Crawley at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, West Sussex. Shows the timber-framed building with jetties, tiled and plaster facades, open timber windows, Horsham stone roof, wooden doors. The 15th-century building was originally sited on the old High Street, Crawley and the first floor hall was possibly originally used as a communal meeting place; it was dismantled in 1972 and moved to the museum in 1977.
296 x 210
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Artist: Roy Armstrong
Publication Year: 1979
Media type: Other material
Roof of Upper Hall from Crawley, during reconstruction at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton. Close view showing Horsham stone slabs covering part of roof. The 15th-century building was originally sited on the old High Street, Crawley and the first floor hall was possibly originally used as a communal meeting place; it was dismantled in 1972 and moved to the museum in 1977.
23 x 35
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Publication Year: 1979
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Door arch in a brick building on its original site in the manor of Raughmere, Lavant during dismantling to be re-erected at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, West Sussex in 1977. Men are shown at work, with piles of bricks in the foreground. The arch is 7 feet 6 inches by 2 feet 4 inches. This early 17th-century brick building was probably used as a meeting hall with store rooms below, renovated and used as a residence from 1773.
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Publication Year: 1979
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Interior of the first floor of the Upper Hall originally sited on the old High Street, Crawley on its site at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, West Sussex. Shows the timber-framed walls and roof with wooden beams and rafters. Used as a museum meeting room there are rows of wooden chairs and a table at one end. The building is 15th century with the first floor hall possibly originally used as a communal meeting place; it was dismantled in 1972 and moved to the museum in 1977.
120 x 167
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Publication Year: 1979
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Upper Hall on its original site on the east side of the old High Street, Crawley before being dismantled in 1972 and re-erected at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, West Sussex in 1977. Shows the weatherboarded exterior with a wooden lean-to and wooden doors, surrounded by trees. The 15th-century building was possibly originally used as a communal meeting place.
175 x 126
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Publication Year: 1979
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Brick building on its original site in the manor of Raughmere, Lavant during dismantling to be re-erected at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, West Sussex in 1977. Shows right hand front side of building with the roof removed, brick facade with windows and bricked up windows, wooden door, shrubbery to front. This early 17th-century brick building was probably used as a meeting hall with store rooms below, renovated and used as a residence from 1773.
109 x 168
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Publication Year: 1979
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Brick building on its original site in the manor of Raughmere, Lavant during dismantling to be re-erected at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, West Sussex in 1977. Shows left hand front side of building with the roof removed, brick facade with small windows and bricked up windows, door with wooden porch, shrubbery to front. This early 17th-century brick building was probably used as a meeting hall with store rooms below, renovated and used as a residence from 1773.
109 x 168
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Publication Year: 1979
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Upper Hall from Crawley being re-erected at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, West Sussex in 1977. Shows men at work on reconstruction using pulleys, the timber-framed structure with jetties already visible. The 15th-century building was originally sited on the old High Street, Crawley and the first floor hall was possibly originally used as a communal meeting place; it was dismantled in 1972 and moved to the museum in 1977.
165 x 215
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Artist: Roy Armstrong
Publication Year: 1979
Media type: Other material
Upper Hall from Crawley during reconstruction at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton. Side view showing wooden framework including roof timbers, and overhanging jetties on upper floor. The 15th-century building was originally sited on the old High Street, Crawley and the first floor hall was possibly originally used as a communal meeting place; it was dismantled in 1972 and moved to the museum in 1977.
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Artist: Roy Armstrong
Publication Year: 1979
Media type: Other material
Brick building from Lavant after reconstruction at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum. Full view of front of brick building, upper floor windows with moulded brick mullions, doorway, chimney. This early 17th-century brick building was probably used as a meeting hall with store rooms below, renovated and used as a residence from 1773. It was dismantled in 1975 and re-erected at the museum in 1977.
23 x 35
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Artist: Roy Armstrong
Publication Year: 1969
Media type: Other material
Brick building on its original site in the manor of Raughmere, Lavant. Shows facade of building with weatherboarded porch, windows on ground floor and upper floor, wooden door. This early 17th-century brick building was probably used as a meeting hall with store rooms below, renovated and used as a residence from 1773. It was dismantled in 1975 and re-erected at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, in 1977.
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Publication Year: 1979
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Stream at Lurgashall Mill, Lurgashall. Stone bridge with sluice gate at mill pond. Mill was dismantled in 1977 and re-erected at Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton.
108 x 153
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Publication Year: 1979
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Lurgashall Mill, Lurgashall. Derelict brick watermill with tile roofing. Wooden water wheel. Mill was dismantled in 1977 and re-erected at Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton.
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Publication Year: 1999
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Wildfowl Trust, Arundel; Arundel Weekend; Jack and Jill windmills near Brighton; Chichester 903; Tourist attractions in Sussex; Chichester; Reunion Theatre Co. productions, 1978; Chichester Carousel Coach Tours, 1978; Kenway coach Tours, 1977; the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; Brighton and Hove Engineerium; South of England Show, 1977; Chichester Centre of Arts; Queen Elizabeth Country Park; The Living Barn exhibition at Seven Sisters Country Park, Exceat; Weald and Downland Open Air Musuem; the Forest School for Girls History Week; Guided Walks in West Sussex, 1978; West Stoke craft fair; exhibiton of drawings by Peter Iden, 1978; East Sussex County Council Coat of Arms; Valelands Schools Farm and Museum, Horam, Sussex; Friends of High Salvington Mill; Chichester 901; Chichester 902
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Author: J N P Watson
Year: 1977
Format: Other material
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Author: C S H Zeuner (ed.)
Year: 1977
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Chichester Byways (L.12,352)
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Chichester Cathedral New Windows in Chichester Cathedral (L.4145)
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Courtenay, Ashley and Nancy, Pick of the Pubs, West Sussex (1982) (L.12,368)
Cunliffe, Barry, The Regni (1970) (L.12,289)
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Dunlop, R.O. Ancient Arundel (1953) (L.12,378)
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Francis, T. History of Freemasonry in Sussex (1883) (L.12,389)
Friary Meux Pub Guide (L.12,390)
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A Genealogical Research Guide for Ireland (1984, revised edn.) (L.12,396)
General Post Office Portsmouth Area Telephone Directories March 1960, March 1961, November 1958 (L.12,583-L.12,585)
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Mortlock, Geoffrey, and Williams, Stephen, The Flowing Bowl (1947) (L.12,503)
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National Geographic Society National Geographic, August 1966 (L.12,413)
National Trust Batemans' Park Mill (L.12,578)
National Trust Batemans' Sussex (L.12,576)
National Trust Uppark (1979) (L.12,505)
Oakley, Russell, The Smugglers of Chistchurch, Bournheath and the New Forest (1945) (L.12,506)
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Oswald Arthur Firle Place, Sussex (1972) (L.12,510)
Pagden, Florence History of Alfriston (1895) (L.12,511)
Pailthorpe, Richard and Holt, Janet Why Did They Call me Archibald? (1993) (L.13,169)
Pallant House Gallery, Heroes of the Turf (L.12,358)
Pallant House Hercules Brabazon Brabazon (1871-1906), John Buxton Knight (1842-1902) (1988) (L.12,332)
Parry, Ann The Carylls of Harting: A Study of Loyalty (1976) (L.12,921)
Parry, David English Horse Drawn Vehicles (1979) (L.12,512)
Parry, J.D Parry's The Coast of Sussex (1970) (L.12,513)
Payne, H.A. Past and Present, The Magazine of the Brighton Grammar School, E.J. Marshall Memorial Number. (Dec. 1900) (L.12,488)
The Peacehaven Post, Vols II-III, 1922-1923
Porter, E.G. Sussex River Authority Guide to Use of Boats on Sussex Rivers
Portsmouth City Museums, Paintings Drawings and Sculpture (1981) (L.12,582)
Potter's Museum Guide Book and History of Potter's Museum (6th edition) (L.12,581)
Potters Museum Potter's Museum of Curiosity (1977) (L.12,426)
Price, Alfred, Battle of Britain: The Hardest Day (1979) (L.12,515)
Price, Bernard, Explore Chichester (L.12,405)
Price, Bernard, Chichester - The Historic City and Countryside (1975) (L.12,894)
Price, Bernard, Changing Chichester (1982) (L.12,897)
Price, Bernard, Bygone Chichester (1975) (L.12,895)
Price, Bernard, Chichester: The Valiant Years (1978) (L.12,896)
R. Harris, ed. Weald and Downland Open Air Museum Guidebook (1982) (L.12,422)
Rankin, Stanley, J The Centenary of Chichester Bowling Club 1881-1981 (1980) (L.12,516)
Ratcliffe, Richard A History of Apuldram (1986) (L.12,839)
Ratcliffe, Richard The Story of Boxgrove Priory (L.12,517)
Richards, John Stagecoach (1976) (L.12,582)
Richardson, A.E. and Eberlein, H.D. The English Inn Past and Present (L.12,519)
Rigold, S.E. Bayham Abbey (1974) (L.12,373)
Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 1992 (L.12,414)
Royal Pavilion Art Gallery and Museums Paintings and Drawings Concise Catalogue (1982) (L.12,520)
Saunders, Andy R.A.F. Tangmere in Old Photographs (1992) (L.12,926)
Sharpe, John, Genealogical Peerage of The British Empire, vols I and II (L.12,298)
Shaw, Michael, Twice Vertical (1971) (L.12,924)
Sherriff, R.C. The Fortnight in September (1931) (L.12,521)
Siebert, W.F. Antique Furniture (1950) (L.12,522)
Smail, Henfrey, Worthing Pageant: Coaching Times and After (1948) (L.12,523)
Smith, Keith and Janet Witterings Then and Now: East Wittering, Bracklesham, Earnley (1985) (L.12,526)
Smith, Keith and Janet Witterings Then and Now: West Wittering (1985) (L.12,524)
Smith, R.M., ed. Alka-Seltzer Guide to the Pubs of Sussex (1974) (L.12,580)
Society of Sussex Downsmen 64th Annual Report and Balance Sheet (1987) (L.12,528)
South Easton Magazines, Sussex Yesterdays, nos. 1-3
Southampton Art, Gallery Landscapes: an Anthology from Southampton Art Gallery (1979) (L.12,529)
Southern Publishing Illustrated Guide to West Sussex (1953) (L.12,842)
The Sportsman, June and December 1838, 1856 (L.12,518)
The Sporting Magazine, May 1863, April 1862
St. Clair, J. Old Chichester Lodges (1927) (L.12,533)
St. James Church Guide, St. James Church, Piccadilly (L.12,423)
Staines, Rev. E. Noel Dear Amberley (L.12,425)
Star Publishing Inns and Innkeepers (L.12,437)
Stawell, R. Motoring in Sussex & Kent (1930) (L.12,532)
Stawell, R. Motoring in Sussex & Kent (1930) (L.12,531)
Stevens, Rev. W.R.W, Memorials of the South Saxon See and Cathedral Church of Chichester (1876) (L.12,534)
Stewart, Brian, and Cutten M.J. The Shayer Family (1981) (L.12,369)
The Strad, Vol XLIII, no. 511 (Nov. 1932)
Sussex Archaeological Society Sussex Archaeological Collections, Vol 90 (1952) (Lib. 12,539)
Sussex Archaeological Society Sussex Churches: The Sharpe Collection of watercolours and drawings 1797-1809 mainly by Henry Petrie F.S.A. (1797) (Lib. 12,540)
Sussex Archaeological Society, Sussex Notes and Queries, Vol VI, nos. 1,3 and 5 (1936) (L.12,536
Sussex County Magazine, Vol 10, nos. 9-10, Vol 13 no.6 (1936, 1939) (L.12,314-12,316)
Sussex County Magazine, Vols 1-21
Sussex Life, March 1988 (Lib. 12,326; 12,327)
Sussex Prisoners Aid Society Reports, year ending December 31st 1941 and 1944 (L.4146; 4147)
Sussex Society of Licensed Victuallers and Friendly Association Handbook and Pub Guide 1993/4 (L.13,134)
Tangmere Museum Tangmere Military Aviation Museum (L.12,923)
The Morris Ring The Morris Tradition (1985) (L.12,502)
Thompson, H.J.F. The Littlehampton Story, No. 3. The Picturemakers (1981) (L.12,542)
Timbs, John, Clubs and Club Life in London (1872) (L.12,543)
Tomlin, G.A. Pubs [typescript, derived from E.P. Harrison, One Thousand and One Inns and Taverns in Great Britain and Ireland, 1898] (1904) (L.12,433)
Tomlin, G.A., Pubs: a collection of Hotel, Inn and Tavern signs in Great Britain and Ireland (1922) (L.12,544)
Toynbees Nurseries General Nursery Catalogue, 1968-9 (L.12,545)
Tramp, The The South Downs (L.12,546)
Tristram, W. Outram, Coaching Days and Coaching Ways (1931) (L.12,547)
Trotter, Torrens, Cowdray: its early History (1922) (L.12,548)
Tungate, Mike The Sussex Brewery (L.13,135)
Vine, P.A.L, West Sussex Waterways (1985) (L.12,550)
Walbrook H.M. A Hundred Years of the Royal York, Brighton (1919) (L.12,551)
Wales, Tony, A Sussex Garland (1979) (L.12,552)
Walkerley, Rodney, C. Sussex Pubs (1966) (L.12,555)
Ward, Lock & Co. Littlehampton Pictorial and Descriptive Guide (L.12,555)
Ward, Lock & Co. Chichester - Pictorial and Descriptive Guide (L.12,554)
Ward, Lock & Co. Bognor - Pictorial and Descriptive Guide (L.12,555)
Ward, Lock & Co. Chichester - Pictorial and Descriptive Guide (L.12,556)
Waylen, James, The House of Cromwell (1897) (L.12,557)
Wells, H.G. Experiment in Autobiography (1934) (L.12,559)
Wells, Richard Goodwood (1931) (L.12,560)
West Sussex Gazette Sussex County Handbook (1913) (L.12,561)
Whitechurch, Victor L. Downland Echoes (1926) (L.12,562)
Widdows, Robert, Then Came Pictures (1973) (L.12,400)
Wilcon Homes Herald Gate, Barnham (L.12,438)
Wild, Roland, Southshire Pilgrimage (1939) (L.12,563)
Wilson, David Westhampnett From the Ice Age to the Romans (1992) (L .12,564)
Winbolt, S.E. With a spade on Stane Street (1936) (L.12,565)
Wolters, Neb Bungalow Town Theatre and Film Colony (1985) (L.12,922)
Woodford, Cecile, Portrait of Sussex (1972) (L.12,566)
Wright, Geoffrey, C. Discovering Epitaphs (1972) (L.12,567)
WSCC Chichester: City Centre Proposals (1965) (L.12,424)
WSCC Chichester Pedestrian Precinct (L.12,899)
Wurtele, Fred C. The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Quebec (1891) (L.12,568)
Wymer, Norman, Companion into Sussex (1950) (L.12,569)
Yapton Church Yapton and its Church (1964) (L.12,589)
Young, Derek Gerard Young (Lecture to Bognor Regis History Society 1982), (L.12,570)
Young, Gerard, A Cottage in the Fields (L.12,590)
Young, Gerard, Chronicle of a Country Cottage (L.12,588)
Young, Gerard, Come into the Country (1943) (L.12,586)
Young, Gerard, Down Hoe Lane (1950) (L.12,571)
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