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Dulwich - A History (PB) Brian Green

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A great tribute & homage to the London suburb of Dulwich, written by local shopkeeper and life-long resident of Dulwich Brian Green. In the first section Brian Green tells the chronological history of Dulwich, in the second he offers 6 historical walks through Dulwich and East Dulwich.

Contents:
Part One: 1) Dulwich's History to 1500; Dulwich Woods. 2) Tudor and Stuart Dulwich; Law and Order. 3) Georgian Dulwich; The Diaries of Joseph Romilly (1791-1864). 4) Victorian Dulwich; The Crystal Palace; John Ruskin (1819-1900). 5) Twentieth Century Dulwich.

Part Two: 1) The Old Village of Dulwich. 2) Fashionable Champion Hill. 3) Spies, Traitors and Fine Houses. 4) High Woods and High Living; Dulwich Woods and Sydenham Hill. 5) Victorian East Dulwich, an Architectural Tour. 6) War and Peaceful Dulwich - An Exploration of the Southern Slopes. -Notes. -Index.

With illustrations by Mark Ashmead, maps by June Everett, colour & black & white photographs, Artwork & more.

Paperback book published by The College Press in 2002. In very good used condition.

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Author(s):
Brian Green
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0954335317
Number of pages:
152
Publisher:
The College Press
Title:
Dulwich: A History

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A great tribute & homage to the London suburb of Dulwich, written by local shopkeeper and life-long resident of Dulwich Brian Green. In the first section Brian Green tells the chronological history of Dulwich, in the second he offers 6 historical walks through Dulwich and East Dulwich.

Contents:
Part One: 1) Dulwich's History to 1500; Dulwich Woods. 2) Tudor and Stuart Dulwich; Law and Order. 3) Georgian Dulwich; The Diaries of Joseph Romilly (1791-1864). 4) Victorian Dulwich; The Crystal Palace; John Ruskin (1819-1900). 5) Twentieth Century Dulwich.

Part Two: 1) The Old Village of Dulwich. 2) Fashionable Champion Hill. 3) Spies, Traitors and Fine Houses. 4) High Woods and High Living; Dulwich Woods and Sydenham Hill. 5) Victorian East Dulwich, an Architectural Tour. 6) War and Peaceful Dulwich - An Exploration of the Southern Slopes. -Notes. -Index.

With illustrations by Mark Ashmead, maps by June Everett, colour & black & white photographs, Artwork & more.

Paperback book published by The College Press in 2002. In very good used condition.

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Brian Green
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0954335317
Number of pages:
152
Publisher:
The College Press
Title:
Dulwich: A History

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