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Campden Wool Sale, 1931, newspaper cutting
Campden Wool Sale, the twelfth annual sale in the Church and Tythe barns. 7,000 fleeces sold, top price 8 3/4d per lb. Cutting about an event of 50 years ago, 18/7/1931. Cutting n.d., July 1981. From Allan Warmington’s effects.
Cotswold Sheep and the Wool Trade
CADHAS Lecture 18/10/07. Now on CD: 2012/048/CD in CD Box 2.
Cotswold Wool Towns
CADHAS Lecture 20/03/02. Copy of tape 2002/032/TA
Cotswold Wool Towns - a myth exposed
CADHAS Lecture 20/3/02. Now on CD: 2011/118/CD in CD Box 1.
Cotswolds to Calais
Cotswolds to Calais:booklet by Marian Woodmanh. Pub. Corinium Museum, 1978. From Felicity and Geoffrey Powell’s effects.
Sheep in the Cotswolds, The Medieval Wool Trade
Paperback, Tempus Publishing, Stroud, 2005
The Campden Woolstaplers
Article about the early woolstaplers, Grevel, Welley, Lethenard and Gybbs and their connection with the parish church. All commemorated in St James. Extract from Campden Parish Magazine.
William of Norton. Memoir of a Fourteenth Century Campden Woolman
Kendall House Books, 1996. Presented and inscribed by the author. Note inside signed by the author.
Wool trade, project
Project on the Wool trade by Sonya Hiley, CADHAS helped with her research. September 2003.
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