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Charles Ladbrook, butcher's ledgers 1856 - 1874
Charles Ladbrook Notebook – damaged 3 butcher’s ledgers of Charles Ladbrook, 1856 – 1860; 1860 – 1866; 1866 – 1874
Campden Trust: History 1929-2003
Campden Trust: History 1929-2003, papers Notes on the life of The Campden Trust; Safeguarding Campden’s splendid built heritage (1902 to 2002) by David Atkinson Paper documents in Box D21 Correspondence and papers from David Atkinson and indexed list of box content lodged with archives after the formation of The Campden Conservation Trust Fund in 2002 and dissolution ...
Poem about George Haysum and his bus. Printed on card, handwritten on the back, by Percy Winter, Grevel Lane, Aston Road, Chipping Campden. Also pencilled food notes and Bletchley Park College. Date possibly wartime? Record merged with typed copy of the poem.
Assorted collection of photographs donated by Michael Haines.
Includes: 1) Treasures Exhibition 1967 – 6 images 2) Bledisloe Cup – various years, mostly1971 – 18 images 3) Town Crier 1974 – 1 image 4) Town Council 1983 – 1960s? – 4 images 5) Wedding reception in Town Hall 1912 – 1 image 6) Unknown – 6 images: farmworkers, postman and family, schoolchildren, house, family, couple.
History of Campden
Exercise book containing 1. Handwritten article “History of Campden” by Henry Taunt. 1894. [Is this Henry Taunt, photographer?] 2. Glued in article on “Campden Monumental Brasses” by Cecil P. Davis (n.d.). Given by F. P. Hart 1967
1896 Floral Parade, two photographs
1896 Floral Parade: two large reproduction photographs from originals taken by Henry Taunt
A Jacobean Piped Water Supply in Chipping Campden
Information, sketches and photographs about the Conduit House and the water supply to old Campden House, by Gordon Croot
Allan Warmington, Order of Thanksgiving Service, 2007
Thanksgiving Service Order of Service for Allan Warmington (1922-2007) at Mickleton Methodist Church.
Campden references at LLRRO
List of Exton papers at Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland Record Office, (LLRRO), ref Campden. The collection was recatalogued in 2013 and the ref numbers are no longer correct, but can be searched in the LLRRO online catalogue. 1. Summary 2. 3. Deeds for Chipping Campden 3. Deeds for Broad Campden 5. Exton papers 6. Noel family papers. 8. Maps and plans
Hidcote Lower Farm, sale particulars 1943
Farm sale particulars for 2 sales: 1. Lower Farm, Hidcote Boyce. Catalogue of Live and Dead Farm Stock, to be sold by E.G. Righton, April 29th, 1943. Executors of the late Frederick Righton. 2. Particulars with plan, of Hidcote Lower Farm to be sold at auction by E.G. Righton, March 31st, 1943.
I Marched straight to Campden
Description of the Civil War from the point of view of a Campdonian. CADHAS lecture 18/3/2004.
Lane family history
Correspondence with Geoffrey Lane about his family and his book. Mentions John and William Lane, Henry Warden Lane, Elizabeth Cooper, James Stephen Lane, Betsy Drury. Mentions the “Live and Let Live” Inn.
Benfield and Blakeman family history
Family tree of the Benfield and Blakeman families – details transferred to digital programme (Legacy)
Dover's Meeting poster 1849.
Original framed poster. On the back is a torn sticker “From F. L. Griggs”
Personal diary of Capt. L T Tomes 1940 - 1945.
Captain L. T. Tomes 2nd Batt The Royal Warwickshire Regt, personal diary Dunkirk and captivity in WWII.
The Ruins of Old Campden House
Original Document describing Campden House. Handwritten account (well-known material) by J. Baker, C.C. n.d. Also contains two handwritten sheets headed ‘The Court House, Campden’, unsigned, n.d. (well-known material). See also 1996/058/DS.
Buckland, Ernest Emmanuel, various documents
Buckland, Ernest Emmanuel, various documents: 1. Soldier’s Service Pay book,. 2. Letter to Mr Buckland, referring to Mummers, 1971. 3. Labour certificate, 1917. 4. Letter of recommendation, 1945. 6. Letter from the BBC 1947. 7. Letter from Christopher Whitfield, Tithe House, offering employment. 8. Soldier’s Release Book, 6th November, 1945
George Ballard: notes by Carol Jackson.
Correspondence with Ruth Perry, Literature Faculty, Massachesetts Institute of Technology about George Ballard.
History of Campden
Chipping Campden history. Author unknown.
The Quiet Man of Chipping Campden
Cutting from “The Times Weekend” 16/10/1999 on the sale of “Little Orchard” in Chipping Campden where Graham Greene lived with his wife Vivien and wrote three of his novels
Louise Guiney, notes
Information from Encyclopaedia Britannica on-line, about the life, poetry and literary works of Louise Imogen Guiney (Jan 7th 1861 – Roxbury now within Boston, Massachusetts – November 2nd 1920 – Chipping Campden)
Collection varied photographs in Campden
Photographs of Campden Floral Parade: 1896 – May Queen and entourage seated at Old Campden House ruins (Henry Taunt) 1897 – Maypole cart in Square and procession in High Street (Henry Taunt) 4 photos of Drama: Are you a Mason? 1935 Poor Old Sam, 1929 (Butt of Bourton) + unknown 1 Scouts at camp (JA Bailey) 2 Bathing lake sports (Jesse ...
Sketch Map of the Parish of Chipping Campden by P. C. Rushen , 1911.
This is as it probably appeared prior to the enclosures of 1799.
Paul Woodroffe, talk by Peter Cormack
Notes on a talk given by Peter Cormack. Deputy Curator of the William Morris Gallery about Paul Woodroffe.
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