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As I Return to Yesteryear (reprinted by popular demand)

£8.99

Product description

This is a self-published look back at his childhood of a South Cumbrian (then Lancashire) farmer, Thomas Park Benson.

Chapter titles
1 The Source
2 Early Memories
3 The Aftermath
4 Lessons in Life
5 Christmas Past
6 Farm Visitors - Welcome and Otherwise
7 Auction Marts and Auctioneers
8 Washin', Clippin', Dippin'
9 My Adventures into Commerce
10 The Seasons
11 Days of Change - the automobile, the aeroplane, the wireless, the silent pictures, the talkies
12 Men, Maids and Term Weeks
13 The Ladies of the Household
14 Holidays
15 The Farm Home and Buildings
16 The Crash of 1929 and its Aftermath
17 North Lonsdale Show 1933
18 Boyhood into Manhood
19 The Sportsmen
20 The Bitter Sweet Years
21 The Saviours - the Blacks and Whites
22 The Shadows Lengthen and Night Falls

Signed by the author

Slight damage to tops of first few pages, spotting on page edges, bottom staple perishing

Item details

Added value:
Signed by the author (pictured)
Author(s):
Thomas Park Benson
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
149
Publisher:
Fleming Folding Cartins, Ontario, Canada

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About this item

This is a self-published look back at his childhood of a South Cumbrian (then Lancashire) farmer, Thomas Park Benson.

Chapter titles
1 The Source
2 Early Memories
3 The Aftermath
4 Lessons in Life
5 Christmas Past
6 Farm Visitors - Welcome and Otherwise
7 Auction Marts and Auctioneers
8 Washin', Clippin', Dippin'
9 My Adventures into Commerce
10 The Seasons
11 Days of Change - the automobile, the aeroplane, the wireless, the silent pictures, the talkies
12 Men, Maids and Term Weeks
13 The Ladies of the Household
14 Holidays
15 The Farm Home and Buildings
16 The Crash of 1929 and its Aftermath
17 North Lonsdale Show 1933
18 Boyhood into Manhood
19 The Sportsmen
20 The Bitter Sweet Years
21 The Saviours - the Blacks and Whites
22 The Shadows Lengthen and Night Falls

Signed by the author

Slight damage to tops of first few pages, spotting on page edges, bottom staple perishing

Added value:
Signed by the author (pictured)
Author(s):
Thomas Park Benson
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
149
Publisher:
Fleming Folding Cartins, Ontario, Canada

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