A 24 page illustrated A4 booklet published in 1996 containing the following articles:
Sir Thomas Lipton: No Ordinary Man by Alan Dumayne.
Childhood Memories of Henry Cox by Helen Cox. Impressions of a childhood in early Victorian Winchmore Hill based on the autobiography of Henry Cox (born 1839 Edmonton – died 1935 Australia).
A Quaker Marriage by Peter Hodge. Peter rediscovers George Brown Burgin’s novel “Fortune’s Footballs” and tells something of the novelist’s life and work and the connections with Winchmore Hill.
Michael Searles: An Eighteenth Century Architect by Stanley Smith.
Hounsden Gutter and Salmons Brook Surveyed by David Nash.
The Creator of Ellington Court.
Medieval Minchenden, the Valley of the Nuns by Marjorie Seward.
Some Aspects of Education in Winchmore Hill during the Nineteenth Century by Peter West.
A Bush Hill Boundry Mark by Geoffrey Bone.
Dark-Room Discovery by Peter Hodge.
Supplied by: Southgate District Civic Voice
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