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Bibliographies

 

1. Institutions and Public Collections Consulted

2. Newspapers and Periodicals Searched

3. Chipping Campden

A. Published Works

a. With Major References to Campden

b. With Minor References to Campden

c. C.R. Ashbee, Guild of Handicraft, The School of Arts and Crafts

d. The 1934 Broadcast; Other Broadcasts

e. Dover's Hill and Games

f. The Campden Wonder

g. Works by Christopher Whitfield

A. Unpublished

a. with Major References to Campden

b. With Minor References to Campden

c. C.R. Ashbee, Guild of Handicraft, The School of Arts and Crafts

d. Dover's Hill and Games

4. Regional Works Consulted

5. Tourism, Resldentialism, Emigration, Urbanisation and Rural Change

6. Relevant Works by Craig Fees

 

 

Bibliography 1

1. Institutions and Public Collections Consulted in the Course of the Research

This and the following list are intended to show gaps which other researchers might recognise and choose to fill, and to indicate something of the range of publicly available material which exists concerning Chipping Campden.

Ashbee Collection, King's College Library, Cambridge: Ashbee Journals. Ashbee Memoirs, photographs and miscellaneous manuscripts.

E.A.B. Barnard Collection, Hereford and Worcester Record Office.

E. A.B. Barnard Collection, Evesham, Worcestershire, Public Library.

BBC Written Archives Centre, Caversham Park, Reading.

Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Library, in the Gloucester City Library.

British Library, Colindale (National and Regional Newspapers).

Campden and District Historical and Archaeological Society Collection, Chipping Campden Library.

Campden Trust Collection, Gordon Russell Ltd., Broadway, Worcestershire.

Carpenter Collection, Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, English Folk Dance and Song Society, Cecil Sharp House, London; or Centre for English Cultural Traditions and Language, University of Sheffield.

Centre for English Cultural Traditions and Language Archives, University of Sheffield.

Cheltenham City Library Local History Collection.

Evesham Journal Photograph and Photographic Negative Collection, Evesham, Worcestershire, Public Library.

Evesham, Worcestershire, Public Library Local History Collection.

Folklore Society Library and Archives, London.

Gloucester City Library Local History Collection.

Gloucestershire Record Office, Gloucester.

Graham Greene Collection, Harry Ransom Research Center, University of Texas, Austin.

F. L. Griggs Collection, Department of Western Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Guild and School of Handicraft Collection, National Art Museum and Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Helm Collection, Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, Cecil Sharp House, London.

Hereford and Worcester Record Office, Worcester.

Institute of Dialect and Folklife Studies Archives, University of Leeds.

National Historical Monuments Commission, London.

Ordish Collection, Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, Cecil Sharp House, London.

Oxford City Library Local History Collection, Oxford: Henry Taunt Collection.

St. James' Church Muniment Room Collection, Chipping Campden.

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Record Office, Stratford-on-Avon.

Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, English Folk Dance and Song Society, Cecil Sharp House, London.

Warwickshire Record Office, Warwick.

 

2. Newspapers and Periodicals.

This lists only those newspapers and periodicals which I have searched, and the Issues which I have seen.

Black and White. Chipping Campden Comprehensive School, Dec. 1969.

Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Transactions, 1-104 (1876-1986).

Campden and District Historical and Archaeological Society Bulletin, 1-8 (1984-1986), 10-13 (1987-1988).

Campden Bulletin. 5-62 (1983-1988), Chipping Campden.

Campden Herald and Moreton Free Press, see Moreton Free Press.

Campden Society Newsletter. 1-28 (1980-1983), 30-4l (1984-1986), 43-48 (1986-1987).

The Campdonlan, or The Grammar School Gazette. 1-3 (1881), 5-9 (1881-1882), April 1929, 1950, 1957-1959, 1961-1972. 1978, 1980-82.

Chipping Campden Parish Magazine 1879-1882, 1889-1890, 1892-1893, 1915 (Jan., March, June, Aug., Oct.), 1921 (July, Dec), 1922 (except Jan.), 1923 (except April), 1924 (except Feb., Nov.), 1925, 1926-1930 (except Feb. 1930), 1931-1935, 1936-1955 (except Dec. 1948), 1957-1958.

Cotswold Chronicle. 15-26 (1971-1977), Chipping Campden. 

Cotswold Life, 1967-1984.

Evesham Journal and Four Shires Advertiser, 1860-11.10.1984; Tabloid and Cotswold Journal, 18.10.1984-19.6.1986; The Journal,  26.6.1986- July 1987; The Cotswold Journal, July 1987-1988.

First Words Magazine. Chipping Campden School, first edition, n.d., circa 1983.

Gloucestershire Countryside, 1-17 (1931-67); Gloucestershire Life 18-24 (1967-1974); Gloucestershire and Avon Life 25-33 (1975-1983).

Gloucestershire Community Council Local History Bulletin. 1-54 (Spring 1960-Autumn 1986).

Moreton Free Press, 1868 (April 4), 1869 (July 17) -1896 (December 26).

Pool, Chipping Campden Comprehensive School, 1 (Dec. 1966). 4-5 (Summer 1967).

TocH Newsletter. Chipping Campden, 1-7 (Oct. 1939-April 1940). 9-77 (June 1940-February 1946), 79-84 (April 1946-September 1946).

 

3. Material Concerning Chipping Campden

A. Published

a. Works Largely Concerned With or With Major References to Chipping Campden.

—'’Allotments", Daily News 23.2.1891, 3.

— Annual Report and Accounts, Fruit and Vegetable Preservation Research Association, Chipping Campden, 1966-1967.

— Annual Report of the Medical Officer of Health for the Chipping Campden Rural District Council, annually 1897-1924, Shipston-on-Stour.

— "Around the County - Chipping Campden's Annual Merrymaking", Gloucestershire Life 20:July (1970), 9.

— "Badger's Hall, Chipping Campden" in "Property: A Guide to Cotswold Homes for Sale", Cotswold Life, April (1984), 6-7.

—"Baptist Home Missionary Soiree, Monday", The British Weekly, 8:183 (2.5.1890),5; (re Rev. Philip Lewis).

—The Bledisloe Cup Competition: Chipping Campden Win Cup for 1954", Gloucestershire Countryside. 8:9(1954). 198/216.

—A Campden Album", Cotswold Life, May (1972), 30-31.

— "Campden Food and Wine, Chipping Campden", in "Property: A Guide to Cotswold Homes for Sale", Cotswold Life April (1984), 6-7.

—Campden: Gloucestershire", in Slater's Directory, Isaac Slater, Manchester and London, 1858-9, 1868.

— "Campden House, Chipping Campden", Antique Collector 38:June (1967), 107-116.

—"Campden School of Arts and Crafts", prospectus. Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire 1949-1950.

— "Campden Worthy", The Listener. 17:430 (7.4.1937), 640.

— "The Charm of Chipping Campden", Evesham AdNews, 22.4.1983, 16.

— "Chinese at Chipping Campden", Country Life. I60:4388 (24.9.1981), 1015.

— "Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Life, Jan (1973), 33-6.

—"Chipping Campden", Evesham Adnews 17-2.1982, 4

—"Chipping Campden". in Kelly's Post-Office Directory: Glouceste,. 1870, 1876, 1879, 1885, 1889, 1894, 1897, 1902, 1906, 1910, 1914, 1919, 1923, 1927, 1931, 1935, 1939.

— "Chipping Campden", in A List of All Licensed Houses in the County of Gloucester, Standing Joint Committee for Gloucestershire, Gloucester, Shire Hall, 1891.

— "Chipping Campden", in A List of All Licensed Houses in the County of Gloucester. Court of Quarter Session, Gloucester, 1903.

— Chipping Campden, Vickery, Kyrle and Co., London, c.1925.

— Chipping Campden, Blockley and Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, the Official Guide, E.J. Burrow and Co., Cheltenham, 1931, 1933.

—"The Chipping Campden Exhibition", Gloucestershire Countryside 1:5 (1932),65.

— Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, The Visitor’s Guide, Homeland Association Ltd., London, 1953.

—Chipping Campden Leisure: Exhibition Catalogue. Chipping Campden, 1970.

—Chipping Campden. Official Guide. The British Publishing Co. Gloucester, 1962 (there were various editions, including 1970 mentioned in text).

— "Chipping Campden Spring Show In Memory of Ernest Wilson", Cotswold Life May (1984), 11.

— Chipping Campden Treasures. Catalogue. An Exhibition at Chipping Campden Town Hall. Sat. 26 August — 31 August, 1967. Chipping Campden Town Trust, Chipping Campden, 1967.

— Chipping Campden Whit-Week Celebrations. Souvenir Programme. Sharp Bros., Evesham, 1951.

— "A Cotswold Garden: Sir Gordon Russell’s Garden, Kingcombe, Chipping Campden", Concrete Quarterly. 122:July/Sept (1979). 20-22.

—Country Walks Around Chipping Campden, John Knight and Sons, Evesham, nd.(c.1980).

— "Croppers, Chipping Campden", in "Property: A Guide to Cotswold Homes for Sale", Cotswold Life, April (1984), 6-7.

—"An Edifying Exhibition of Rural Justice", Truth no. 829 (17.11.1892), 1056-1059.

— "An Engineering Industry in the Cotswolds", Gloucestershire Countryside. June/July (1959), 267.

— Exhibition of Arts and Crafts. Campden Society, Chipping Campden, 1925, 1926, 1927.

—"Focus on Chipping Campden", Evesham AdNews. 17.2.1982,4.

—"Gloucestershire Archaeological Society”, Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic 24.8.1901,2-3,6 (meeting in Chipping Campden).

—"Gloucestershire Towns and Villages II: Chipping Campden". Gloucestershire Countryside 3:2(1938), 296-297 (photographs).

—"Gloucestershire Towns and Villages X: Chipping Campden". Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:10(1940), 539 (photographs).

—"The Good Old Times Revived: Chipping Campden's Whit-Week Celebrations", Tewkesbury Register. 10.5.1951,7.

—A Guide to Chipping Campden and Blockley, number 92 of the "Borough" Guides: Edward J. Burrow, Royal Publishing Offices, Cheltenham, 1904.

—A Guide to Chipping Campden Parish Church. The British Publishing Co., Gloucester, 1963.

— "Hartley Cottage, Chipping Campden", in "Property: A Guide to Cotswold Homes for Sale", Cotswold Life April (1984), 6-7.

—"History of Woolstapler's Hall", information sheet, Woolstapler's Hall Museum, Chipping Campden, nd.

—"An Involuntary Tomb", in Folklore. Myths and Legends of Britain, Reader's Digest Association Ltd., London 1973, 291 (re. suffocation of Catherine Noel in Oak Chest).

— "List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. Rural District of North Cotswold (Gloucestershire), Civil Parish of Chipping Campden", Department of the Environment, 1983.

—"Mediaeval Wool Trade", information sheet, Woolstapler's Hall Museum, Chipping Campden, n.d.

— "Met Up After 35 Years", The Admag (Evesham), 9.8.1985.9.

— "A Mythical Riot: Chipping Campden's Repudiation: Libels in Foreign Broadcast", The Times 26.10.1939,12.

—National Festival of English Folk Dance and Song. Royal Albert Hall. New Year's Eve 1932, programme. The English Folk Dance and Song Society, London, 1932.

— "Open-air Preaching at Campden", Gloucester Journal. 15.7.1899,7.

—"Our Royal Reader", News of the World 16.7.1905,4.

—The Parish Church. Chipping Campden. Gloucestershire, Sharp Brothers, Evesham, c.1950.

—The Parish Church of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, np., nd. (post 1937).

—"Pictures of Campden: Review of Campden, [by] F.L.Griggs". The Times Literary Supplement. 82:15.2.1941.

— "Plnders, Broad Campden" in "Property: A Guide to Cotswold Homes for Sale", Cotswold Life Oct (1983), 8.

—"The Preservation of Rural England: Bledisloe Cup Competition", Gloucestershire Countryside 9:10(1957), 265.

—"Preserving an Old English Town", The Times. 5.10.1925,17.

— "Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting, At Chipping Campden", TBGAS 24(1901)., 4-73 (Campden 42, 48-57).

— "Proceedings at the Annual Summer Meeting at Chipping Campden", TBGAS 45(1923), 10-53 (Campden 21-34).

— "Restoring an Old Meeting House", The Friend. No. 119 (1961), 1697-1699.

—"Restoration of Westington House, Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside , 9:1(1955),19.

—Rules of the Campden and Moreton-ln-Marsh or North Cotswold Rifle Volunteer Corps. (16th Gloucestershire). Deighton and Son, printers: Worcester, 1862. GRO Pc 1532.

—"St. James Church, Chipping Campden", 1979. GLLHC R66.47.

— "St. Peter's Cottage, Chipping Campden", in "Property: A Guide to Cotswold Homes for Sale", Cotswold Life 9 (1983), 6.

— "Scheme for the Restoration and Enlargement of the Town Hall as a Permanent Jubilee Memorial", Chipping Campden Town Trust, Chipping Campden, 25.1.1892.

— "Silent Steeples: Photographs of Cotswold Church Towers: Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside 4:10 (1943), 222.

— "Street Preaching at Campden", Gloucester Journal. 22.7.1899,7.

— "Street Scene: A Main Street of Chipping Campden in the North Cotswolds", Gloucestershire Countryside, 4:10 (1943), 226 (photograph).

—"A Thoughtful Paper", Agricultural Gazette, London, 10.2.1890,124 (Ulric Stanley's speech to the North Cotswold Farmers summarised).

— "Town and Country Planning Act 1971, Section 54. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. Rural District of North Cotswold", Department of the Environment, 4.7.1973.

—"Town and Country Planning Act 1971, Section 54. Thirteenth List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest as at 8 June 1983. Cotswold District (that part comprising the parish of Chipping Campden)", Department of the Environment, 1983.

—"Twenty Questions", Woolstapler's Hall Museum, nd.

—"Two Cases of Assault", The Weekly Star. 12.11.1892, h.

— "Victorian and Edwardian Cotswolds", Cotswold Life 11 (1983), 53 (photographs: Church Street, and the Town Band circa 1910).

Adam, W.B., A History of Campden Research Station. Campden Food Preservation Research Association, Campden, 1980.

Albino, H.H. "A Polish Resettlement Hostel", Gloucestershire Countryside , 6:12 (1949), 239-41, 248.

Albino, H.H. "Morris Dancing at Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside 7:1 (1949), 267.

Alexander, Diana, "Looking Around...Chipping Campden", Cotswold Life, Aug(1980), 38-39.

Alexander, Diana, "Cotswold Christmas Miscellany", Cotswold Life, no. 158:Dec.(1981),36-39.

Alexander, Diana, "Choice Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire and Avon Life. Sept. (1983), 22.

Alexander, Diana, "Chipping Campden's Timeless Charms", Gloucestershire and Avon Life, Aug (1986), 30-35.

Ashbee, C.R., "Chipping Campden and Its Craftsmanship", in P.H. Ditchfield, ed., Memorials of Old Gloucestershire, George Allen and Co., London, 1911.

Ashbee, C.R., The Hamptonshire Experiment in Education. George Allen and Co., London, 1914.

B., "Portion of a 15th Century Spur on Dover’s Hill, Campden", in E.A.B. Barnard, ed., Notes and Queries vol. 1, 1911, p. 241.

Barnard, E.A.B., "The Court Books of the Borough of Chipping Campden, 1769-1886", in E.A.B.Barnard, Notes and Queries, vol.  2. 1911. pp. 175-182.

Bartleet, Edwin, "Campden Reading Room and Library: An Address", Gloucestershire Chronicle. 17.8.1872,1.

Bartleet, Rev. S.E., "The Manor and Borough of Chipping Campden", TBGAS. 9 (1884-1885).134-355.

Beckinsale, R.P., "The Country Around Chipping Campden", in Companion into Gloucestershire. Methuen and Co. London, 1939, 1-23.

Belcher, Ernest, Rambles Among the Cotswolds, W. and H. Smith, Evesham, 1892, 1-8.

Belloc, B.R., "An Impression of Campden", EvJ 28.7.1906,6.

Bennett, H.L., Chipping Campden, a Short History and Guide. Chipping Campden, np. nd.

Brunning, Robert, "The Cotswold Olympick Games", Gloucestershire Community Council Local History Bulletin. 26:Autumn (1972), 11-13

Butt, W., photographer, "The Main Street of Chipping Campden in the North Cotswolds", Gloucestershire Countryside 4:6 (1942), 136.

C, P.D., "Paul Woodroffe 1875-1954", catalogue, William Morris Gallery, London Borough of Waltham Forest, 20.11.1982-9.1.1983.

Calder, William, "Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire and Avon Life. June (1984), 49-52.

Chandler, Keith, "The Archival Morris Photographs 2: Campden Morrice Dancers, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire 1896", English Dance and Song. 46:3 (1984), 7-8.

Clarke, Lady, "Home Industry of Chipping Campden and Its Individualistic Artist-Craftsmen", Illustrated London News. 12.12.1931, 968-9.

Countryman, "Capturing Cotswold Days Past", Gloucestershire and Avon Life, Sept. (1983), 38-39.

Crawford, Alan, A Tour of Broadway and Chipping Campden, by the author for The Victorian Society, 1978.

Crouch, Joseph, "Chipping Campden", Transactions of the Birmingham and Midland Institute, 27 (1901),1-53.

Curtis, John W., "A Cotswold Curiosity: Campden House, Chipping Campden", Cotswold Life. Aug (1977). 14.

Daniels, Harriet, "A Campden Craftsman in Silver", Cotswold Life. Aug (1975),29.

Dennis, Mildred E., "Gloucestershire Branch", English Folk Dance Society News 3:July (1932), 183.

Eagle Photos, "The Church and Almshouses, Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside 9:2 (1956), 28.

Edwards, Tudor, "Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside. Feb/March (1961), 26-29.

Evans. F.E., "Chipping Campden's Steamboat", Gloucestershire Life. Sept (1970), 18-19.

Evans, F.E., "Chipping Campden's Clockwork Steam Boat", Cotswold Life, May (1972),22.

Evans, Herbert A., Highways and Byways in Oxford and the Cotswolds. MacMillan, London, 1916, 182-206. Illustrated by F. L. Griggs.

Eversley, D.E.C. and Valerie Jackson, The Blockley Region: A Statistical Study. Blockley Study Group and The West Midlands Social and Political Research Unit, 1968. GRO PA52/13.

Exell, A.W. and Geoffrey Powell, Wilf Burson, Reginald Drury, Old Photographs of Blockley. Chipping Campden. Chipping Norton and Moreton-in-Marsh. Hendon Publishing Company, Hendon Mill, Nelson, Lancashire, 1983.

Fagence, Maurice, "Mourning Town to Join Nation's Revels", Dally Herald, 14.5.1951,3.

Faulkner, L., photographer, "Chipping Campden Church on the Outskirts of the Great "Wool" Town of the North Cotswolds", Gloucestershire Countryside 3:6 (1939), 395.

Faulkner, L., photographer, "Here and There in Gloucestershire: A Corner of Chipping Campden, Showing the Market Hall", Gloucestershire Countryside 3:12 (1940), 603.

Faulkner, L., photographer, "Almshouse and Church Tower, Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside 6:1 (1946), 1.

Faulkner, L., photographer, "Almshouse and Church Tower, Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside 8:9 (1954), 196.

Fearey, C.R., photographer, "A Quiet Corner in Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside 8:4 (1953). 78.

Fees, Craig: see Bibliography 6.

Forbes, Colin, ed., Robert Welch: Design In a Cotswold Workshop. Lund Humphries, London 1973, introduction by Alan Crawford.

Fox Photos, "Chipping Campden Market Hall". Gloucestershire Countryside 4:11 (1943). cover.

Fox Photos, "Some Cotswold Market Houses: The Market Hall at Chipping Campden in the North Cotswolds", Gloucestershire Countryside. 5:5 (1944), 101.

G. , S. "Chipping Campden: History in Stone", Cotswold Life. Nov (1982), 38-4.

Gardiner, C.H., "An Early Cotswold Signpost", Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:3 (1938),332.

Gardiner, C.H., "The White Lady of Dovers Hill",Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:10 (1940), 535.

Gissing, Algernon, The Footpath Way in Gloucestershire. J.M. Dent, London and Toronto, 1924; p. 85-104.

Graves, Richard, ’’Extract of a letter to the Publisher from Mr. Graves of Mickleton in Gloucestershire, Concerning Campden in that County”, in Thomas Hearne, Works, for Samuel Bagster, London, 1810 (orig. 1725), ccxiii.

Green, F.E., "A Medieval Village”, The Country Home. Sept/Nov (1912). 282-286.

Greene, Graham, A Sort of Life, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1974 (1971).

Griffiths, Josephine, The Parish Church. Chipping Campden, Glos., A.R. Mowbray, printers, Oxford, 1919.

Griffiths, Josephine, The Parish Church. Chipping Campden. Glos.. n.p., Campden, 1923.

Griffiths, Josephine, "The Campden Woolstaplers", Chipping Campden Parish Magazine Oct. (1930), n.p.

Griffiths, Josephine, Chipping Campden Today and Yesterday. T. Elsley, Campden, 1931.

Griffiths, Josephine, "November, 1812, to May, 1932", Chipping Campden Parish Magazine, June (1932), n.p.

Griffiths, Josephine, "An Appreciation: (Rev. O.F. Jacson)", Chipping Campden Parish Magazine, March (1935). n.p.

Griffiths, Josephine, "Campden Grammar School", Gloucestershire Countryside. 2:6 (1936), 101-103.

Griggs, F.L., The Campden Society. Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-on-Avon, 1925.

Griggs, F.L. and Russell Alexander, Campden. Shakespeare Head Press, Oxford, 1940.

Grosvenor, Melville Bell, "By Cotswold Lane to Wold's End", National Geographic. May (1948), 615-638.

Haberly, Irmadene, A Memoir of Frederick P. Hart. Lieutenant Commander. R.N., Privately Printed, 1973.

Habgood, Noel, photographer, "Chipping Campden in the Spring", Gloucestershire Life May (1970), cover.

Hardwick, Bob, "A Fitting Vernacular: Wolds End Housing, Chipping Campden", Architect's Journal 19 and 26.12.1979, 1325-1337.

Harmsworth, Harold, "Village Top of Popularity List," Gloucestershire Echo. 8.1.1985,10.

Harrop, Peter K., The Performance of English Folk Plays: A Study in Dramatic Form and Social Function, PhD. dissertation, Institute of Dialect and Folklife Studies, University of Leeds, Leeds, 1980.

Heaney, Michael, "A Morris Murder", The Morris Dancer. 17:Nov (1983), 4-7.

Henderson, George, "Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire: The County Magazine. Dec (1986), 23-25.

Hodgkins, Edward G., "The Campden Cups", Cotswold Life. Dec (1969), 20.

Horne, John, A Short Account of the Chipping Campden Grammar School. W.H. Smith, Evesham, 1879.

Horne, John, Chipping Campden From the Grass Roots. John Knight and Sons, Evesham. 1982.

Howard, F.E., A Guide to Campden Parish Church: Notes on Famous Churches and Abbeys number 40, Society for the Promotion of Christian Churches, London, 1929.

Hulls, Leonard G., "Jonathan Hulls of Campden", Gloucestershire Countryside. 2:9 (1936), 100-103.

Jacson, Owen F., "Church of St. James, Chipping Campden", The Gloucester Diocesan Magazine. 9:105 (1914). 138.

James, J., "A Poor Law Study of Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Historical Studies 6 (1974-75), 23-31.

Jewson, Norman, By Chance I Did Roam, Earle and Ludlow, Cirencester, nd.

Johns, Michael, "Chipping Campden Resists the Yellow Lines", Gloucestershire and Avon Life. Nov (1976), 52-53/55.

Johnson, Joan, "Letter From the North Cotswolds", Cotswold Life. 158:Dec (1981), 9.

Johnson, Joan, "Letter From the North Cotswolds: Serif Books", Cotswold Life, Feb (1985), 25.

Jones, Hugh Charles, "’Life Visits a Graceful Cotswold Town House in Chipping Campden", Cotswold Life. Oct/Nov (1967), 20-22.

Jones, Ian, ed.. Fair Isle. I.H. Jones, Shipston-on-Stour, 1981.

Jones, Ian, ed., Granitis in Macedonia. I.H. Jones, Shipston-on-Stour, 1981.

Kelly, Maurice, "Chipping Campden W.R.", Model Railway News. 38:454 (1962), 397-399.

Kingzett, J.C., "Reminiscences of an Old Campdonian", EvJ 13.7.1935,2.

Knapp, O.G. 1914, "The Campden Brasses", in E.A.B. Barnard, Notes and Queries vol. 3, 1914, p. 225.

Lea, Bernard, "Jewel of Gloucestershire", The Lady 26.4.1979, 758-759,774.

Lea, Raymond, "Clean Wheels", Country Life 4.1.1979,31.

Leach, A.F., "Chipping Campden Grammar School", in Wm. Page, ed. The Victoria History of the County of Gloucester. Vol. 2. Archibald Constable and Co., London, 1907, 417-420.

Leech, Robert, Historic Towns in Gloucestershire. Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset, Survey no. 3, Bristol, 1981.

Lewis, June R., "Cotswold Craftsmen: The Silversmith", Cotswold Life, Oct (1978), 32-33.

Lewis, June R., "June Lewis Interviews Dick Smith", Cotswold Life, February (1984), 13.

Lines, Charles, "The Sorry Tale of Campden House", Gloucestershire Life, March (1974), 50-53.

Lipman, V.D., "Second List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest Compiled Under Section 32 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1962: Rural District of North Cotswold, Civil Parish of Chipping Campden, Chipping Campden", 3.9.1970. GLLHC RF66.12.

Long, E.T., "Chipping Campden, a Gem of the Cotswolds", The Field 23.11.1940, 684.

Mairet, Philip, Autobiographical and Other Papers. C.H. Sisson, editor; Carcanet, Manchester, 1981.

Marshall, Norah, "Old As Yesterday, New As Tomorrow", Gloucestershire Countryside 9:9 (1957), 239-240.

Massingham, H.J., "Mummers' Play", Saturday Review. 152:Dec 26 (1931), 809.

Massingham, H.J., Wold Without End. Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1932.

Masslngham, H.J., "The Mummer's Play", Out of Doors. 13:9 (1951), 27-30.

Moberly, Marqulta, "Chipping Campden", Radio Times. 9.11.1934, 454.

Monson, T.D.J., Chipping Campden. The British Publishing Company, Gloucester, nd. (Mainly taken from Gissing 1924).

Morgan, R.C., Chipping Campden Baptist Church Ter-Centenary. n.p., Chipping Campden. 1962.

Nelson, Jack, "Quarries, Mines and Stone Pits in the Parish of Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Community Council Local History Bulletin 22:Autumn (1970),6-8.

Nelson, Jack, Broad Campden. The Author, Broad Campden, 1971.

Nelson, Jack, Broad Campden: A Supplement. Stellar Press, Hatfield, Herts., 1972.

Nelson, Jack, "Chipping Campden", Cotswold Life. May (1972), 12-17.

Nelson, Jack, "A Lost Drive in the Cotswolds", Gloucestershire Community Council Local History Bulletin 27:Spring (1973), 13-14.

Nelson, Jack, "A Lost Drive in the Cotswolds (Correction)", Gloucestershire Community Council Local History Bulletin 28:Autumn (1973), 13-14.

Nelson, Jack, Chipping Campden. Stellar Press. Hatfield, 1975.

Nelson, Jack, "Campden Says it in Flowers", Cotswold Life, May (1975), 40-41

Nelson, Jack, "The Great Turnpike Mystery", Gloucestershire Community Council Local History Bulletin. 35:Spring (1977), 12-14.

Neve, J.R., "The Ancient Town of Chipping Campden", The Bristol Observer. 18.5.1895, 1.

Neve, J.R., "Scuttlebrook Fair or Wake, Chipping Campden", in E.A.B. Barnard, Notes and Queries, vol. 1, 1911, p. 223.

Neve, J.R., "A Vanished Campden Custom", in E.A.B. Barnard, Notes and Queries, vol. 1, 1911, p. 225.

Oakley, Pamela, "Shop Around in Chipping Campden", Cotswold Life. May (1976). 33-39.

Osborn, H.T., A Child in Arcadia: The Chipping Campden Boyhood of H.T. Osborn. 1902-1907. C. Fees, comp., ed., notes, Campden and District Historical and Archaeological Society, Chipping Campden, 1986.

Pearson, Dorothy Kendall, "Curios at Campden: The 14th Century Woolstapler’s Hall Now Houses A Museum", Cotswold Life, Oct (1970), 14-15.

Pennington, D.H., "British Towns and Cities: Chipping Campden", History Today. January (1952), 45-52.

Perkin, George, "Craftsman's Concrete", Concrete Quarterly. 98:July/Sept (1973). 33-35.

Pike, Leslie, Chipping Campden. Gloucestershire: The Official Guide. Festival of Britain Edition. 2nd edition. Home Publishing Company, Croydon, nd. (1951).

Powell, Geoffrey, The Book of Campden, Barracuda Books, Buckingham, 1982.

Powell, Geoffrey, "Shovelling Out the Paupers", Gloucestershire Community Council Local History Bulletin, No. 52:Autumn (1985), 13-17.

Richardson, L., "The Chipping Campden Area and its Industries Past and Present", Transactions of the Worcestershire Naturalists Club. 6 (1914-1917). 177-183.

Ridge, T., "Chipping Campden Planning Policy, First Draft. By T. Ridge, Director of Planning", Cotswold District Council, 1985.

Rowe, Doc., comp and ed., "Comes the Morris Dancer in..." A Celebration of 50 Years of the Morris Ring. 1931-1981. np. nd.

Rowat, Sally, "Other Peoples' Homes 1: Haydon's Mill", Gloucestershire Life, June (1974), 33-35.

Rushen, Percy C., The History and Antiquities of Chipping Campden, The Author, printed by George Booth, Woodbridge, 1899.

Rushen, Percy C., A Handbook to Chipping Campden in the County of Gloucester and its Neighbourhood. The Author, printed by George Booth, Woodbridge, 1904.

Rushen, Percy C., The History and Antiquities of Chipping Campden. the Author, London, 1911.

Russell, Sydney Gordon, Designer's Trade: Autobiography of Gordon Russell. George Allen and Unwin, London, 1968.

Sandry, Claire, The Campden Town Trail. Clouds Hill Printers, Chipping Campden, 1985.

Sergent, Frank, "Town Criers at the Heart of England", Gloucestershire Countryside. 9:5 (1956), 116.

Smith, Brian. "Lost Town Charters of Chipping Campden", Gloucestershire Community Council 25:Spring (1972), 9-10.

Smith, F.D., "A Cotswold Estate: The Home of Captain and Mrs. George Coles", Gloucestershire Countryside. 9:11 (1957). 288-290.

Statham, Gillian, "Oasis of Cotswold Peace", Gloucestershire Life. Nov (1969). 28-35.

Taunt, Henry, "Reviving Merrie England. May Day Ceremonies", Supplement to the Sphere 2.5.1908, i-iv.

Timperley, H.W., "Chipping Campden", in A Cotswold Book. Jonathan Cape, London, 1931, 13-26.

Tipping, H. Avray, "Campden House and Chipping Campden Village, Gloucestershire", Country Life. 18.11.1916, 602.

Tomlinson, Mary, "Cotswold Curiosities: The Gatehouse by Campden Church". Cotswold Life 7 (1983), 11.

Urbanus, Sylvan, "Provincial Letters", Cornhill Magazine. NS. 11 (1901). 686-698.

W, H.G., "Chimney Sweeper’s Signboards in Chipping Campden", in B.H. Blacker, ed., Gloucestershire Notes and Queries. 2 (1884), 492; Wm. Kent, London.

Warmington, Allan, "Some Knights of the Household of King John with Lands in Gloucestershire", TBGAS. 104 (1986), 175-182.

Whitfield, Christopher, see Bibliography 3.A.g, below.

Wilgress, Jane, Alec Miller: Guildsman and Sculptor in Chipping Campden, Campden and District Historical and Archaeological Society, Chipping Campden, 1987.

 

b. Works in which there are brief references to Chipping Campden.

 

—The Cotswolds, British Tourist Authority, Worcester, 1981.

— Explore the Heart of England 1984: The Cotswolds. Shakespeare’s Country. The Welsh Borderland, Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Heart of England Tourist Board, Worcester, 1983.

— "Gloucestershire Branch", English Folk Dance Society News 4:April (1936), 389-390.

—Your Guide Map to Shakespeare’s Country and the Cotswolds, Johnston and Bacon, Edinburgh and London, 1971.

Anderson, Mary, A Few More Memories. Hutchinson and Co., London, 1936.

Anderson, Robert, "The Agriculture of the Cotswolds", The Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society. 74 (1913), 22ff.

Barnard, E.A.B., ed., Notes and Queries Concerning Evesham and the Four Shires, vol. 1, W. and H. Smith, Evesham, 1911.

Barnard, E.A.B., ed.. Notes and Queries Concerning Evesham and the Four Shires, vol. 2, W. and H. Smith, Evesham, 1911.

Barnard. E.A.B., ed., Notes and Queries Concerning Evesham and the Four Shires, vol. 3. W. and H. Smith, Evesham, 1914.

Beazley, Sir Raymond, The Beauty of the North Cotswolds. Clift and Ryland, Stow-on-the-Wold, 1946.

Benjamin, Marion, "A Seasonal Look at Folklore, Custom and Superstition in Gloucestershire and Avon", Gloucestershire and Avon Life. Dec (1976),24.

Briggs. Katharine M.. The Folklore of the Cotswolds. B.T.Batsford, London, 1974.

Brill, Edith, Portrait of the Cotswolds. Robert Hale, London, 1964.

Brill, Edith, Old Cotswold, David and Charles, Newton Abbot, 1968.

Brill, Edith, Life and Tradition on the Cotswolds. J.M.Dent and Sons, London, 1974.

Brill, Edith, Cotswold Crafts. Readers Union, Newton Abbot, 1977.

Carrington, Noel, Broadway and the Cotswolds. Kynoch Press, Birmingham, 1933.

Cooke, George Alexander, Gloucestershire Itinerary. Brimmer and Co., London, nd. (c. 1810).

Cox, Benjamin G. Turnpikes. Tollgates and Milestones. Vale of Evesham Historical Society, Evesham, 1980.

Crawford, Phyllis, In England Still. Arrowsmith, Bristol, 1938.

Croker, F. Dillon, ’’Cotswold and Its Popular Customs", Journal of the British Archaeological Association 25 (1869).113-119.

Dawber, E. Guy, "Some Cotswold Villages and a Few Reflections", Architecture, Dec (1896), 541-552.

Delderfield, Eric R., The Cotswold Countryside and its Characters. ERD Publications, Exmouth, 1967.

Derrick, Freda, Cotswold Stone. EP Publishing, Wakefield. Yorkshire, 1974; (orig. 1948, Chapman and Hall, London).

Dommett, Roy, "The Cotswold Morris in the Twentieth Century", Traditional Dance. 1 (1982), 59-92.

Drayton, Michael, "Poly-Olbion", in The Complete Works, John Russell Smith, London, 1876 (1612).

Drinkwater, Peter, Ways and Waymarks in the Four Shires. The Author, Shipston-on-Stour, 1980.

Dyde, W., ed., The History and Antiquities of Tewkesbury, the Editor, Tewkesbury, and G. Wilkes, London, 1798.

Gardiner, C.H. Your Village and Mine. Faber and Faber, London, 1944.

Gibbs, J. Arthur, A Cotawold Village, John Murray, London, 191v (orig. 1898).

Gissing, Algernon, Broadway; A Village of Middle England. J.M.Dent, London, 1904.

Grosvenor, Melville Bell, "By Cotawold Lane to Wold's End", National Geographic. May (1948), 615-638.

Guiney, Louise Imogen, "Some Account of Arcady", Blackwood's Magazine, no. 1174:Aug (1913),266-274.

Hannam-Clark, T., Drama in Gloucestershire. Slmpkin Marshall, London, 1928.

Hemery, Philip, "Ye May-daye festeval". The Royal Magazine. May (1899). 93-95.

Hicks-Beach, Susan Emily, A Cotswold Family: Hicks and Hlcks-Beach, William Heinemann, London, 1909.

Hodges, R., Walks in the Cotswolds. Spurbooks, Bourne End, Bucks, 1976.

Horde, Thomas, The Muse's Review. T. Smith, Shipston and the Author, Stow-on-the-Wold, 1801.

Housman, Laurence, The Unexpected Years. Jonathan Cape, London, 1937.

Hutton, W.H., Highways and Byways in Shakespeare's Country. MacMillan, London, 1914.

Knight, Sid, Cotswold Lad. Phoenix House, London, 1960.

M.,  F.V., Cotswold Ways, Slmpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., with the Great Western Railway, London, 1924.

Mais, S.P.B., England's Pleasance, Hutchinson and Co., London,1935.

Massingham, H.J., Cotswold Country. B.T. Batsford, London, 1937.

Massingham, H.J., Shepherd's Country. Chapman and Hall, London, 1938.

Massingham, H.J., Remembrance: An Autobiography. B.T.Batsford, London, 1941.

Massingham, H.J., The English Countryman. B.T.Batsford, London, 1942.

Massingham, H.J., Field Fellowship. Chapman and Hall, London, 1942.

Massingham, H.J., The Wisdom of the Fields. Collins, London, 1945.

Massingham, H.J., Where Man Belongs. Collins, London, 19*16.

Massingham, H.J., The Faith of a Fieldsman, Museum Press, London, 1951.

Moore, John, The Cotswolds, Chapman and Hall, London, 1937.

Morris, R.B., "The Story of a Cotswold Boyhood", Gloucestershire Countryside. April/May (1961), 17(69).

Murray, Alison D., The Cotswolds. British Publishing Co., Gloucester, 1930.

Percival, Alicia, "Gloucestershire Grammar Schools", TBGAS 89 (1970), 109-122.

Priestley, J.B., English Journey. William Heinemann and Victor Gollancz, London, 1937.

Savage, Richard, "Cotswold Comedy", Gloucestershire Countryside, 6:3 (1947) 51-52.

Smith, Brian, The Cotswolds, B.T. Batsford, London, 1976.

Viner, D.J., Old Cotswold Photographs. Hendon Publishing Company, Hendon Mills, Nelson, Lancashire, 1977.

Viner, D.J., Victorian and Edwardian Cotswolds from Old Photographs. B.T. Batsford, London. 1983.

Wade, J.H., Rambles in Shakespeare’s Country, Methuen, London, 1932.

Warren, Clarence Henry, A Cotswold Year. Geoffrey Bles, London, 1936.

Wesley, John, The Journal, intro, by Nehemiah Curnock, Epworth Press, London, 1938.

Westerling, Margaret, Country Contentments. Constable, London, 1939.

Witts, Francis E., The Diary of a Cotswold Parson, ed. David Verey, Alan Sutton, Dursley, Gloucestershire, 1978.

 

c. C.R. Ashbee, The Guild of Handicraft, and the School of Arts and Crafts.

 

—"Campden School of Arts and Crafts", prospectus. Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire 1949-1950.

—C.R. Ashbee and the Guild of Handicraft. Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, Cheltenham, 1981.

—The Guild of Handicraft Ltd, illustrated catalogue, Chipping Campden/London, nd.

—Invitation to School of Arts and Crafts Opening, Winter Session 1905-1906. GRO 2909/5

—Reports of the Campden School of Arts and Crafts. Chipping Campden. Gloucestershire 1903-1913. Essex House Press. Chipping Campden (annually).

—"The Shoemaker's Holiday", note of letter from C.R.Ashbee. The Times. 8.2.1913,14.

Ashbee, C.R., An Endeavour Towards the Teaching of John Ruskln and William Morris. Edward Arnold, London, 1901.

Ashbee, C.R. The Last Records of a Cotswold Community. Essex House Press. Chipping Campden, 1904.

Ashbee, C.R., A Book of Cottages and Little Houses for Landlords. Architects, Builders, and Others. Essex House Press. London/Campden, 1906.

Ashbee, C.R., Craftsmanship in Competitive Industry. Essex House Press, Campden, 1908.

Ashbee, C.R., The Building of Thelema. J.M. Dent and Sons, London, 1910.

Ashbee, C.R., "Chipping Campden and Its Craftsmanship", in P.H. Ditchfleld, ed„ Memorials of Old Gloucestershire. George Allen and Co., London, 1911.

Ashbee. C.R. The Hamptonshire Experiment in Education. George Allen and Co., London, 1914.

Ashbee, C.R., "What the City Might Do for the Craftsman", Sociological Review. 9 (1916-1917), 52-54.

Ashbee, Janet, ed„ The Essex House Song Book. Essex House Press, Campden, 1903-1905.

Aslet, Clive, "Heroic Failure", Country Life, 169:4362 (26.3.1981), 805.

Bayley, Stephen, "Comrades in Craft. Review of The Simple Life by Fiona McCarthy", The Listener. 12.2.1981,225.

Beer, Patricia, "Homemade Sandals: Review of The Simple Life by Fiona McCarthy", The Listener. 12.2.1981,195.

Begbie, Harold, "A Creator of Beauty", Dally Mail. 10.2.1905,4.

Bishop, Gerald, A May Day Interlude. Essex House Press, Campden, 1904.

Butler, R.F., "Handicrafts", in Wm. Page, ed.. The Victoria History of the County of Gloucester, Vol. 2, Archibald Constable and Co., London 1907.

Crawford, Alan, C.R. Ashbee: Architect. Designer and Romantic Socialist. Yale U. Press, New Haven and London, 1985.

Darley, Gillian, Villages of Vision, Paladin Books, Granada Pub Co., Frogmore, St. Albans, Herts., 1978.

Darley, Gillian, "A Lonely Crusade: C.R. Ashbee, etc." New Society. 6.12.1985,430.

Green, F.E., "Craftsmen on the Land. A New Smallholding Settlement", The Daily News, 13.2.1911,4.

Mairet, Philip, Autobiographical and Other Papers. C.H. Sisson, editor; Carcanet, Manchester, 1981.

Marsh, Jan, Back to the Land: The Pastoral Impulse in Victorian England from 1880-1914. Quartet Books, London, 1982.

McCarthy, Fiona, The Simple Life. Lund Humphries, London, 1981.

Miller, Alec, in Eleanor Adlard, "Life in the Cotswolds", in Adlard, Eleanor, ed. Robert Holland-Martin. A Symposium, Frederick Muller, London, 1947, 50-54.

Osborn, H.T., A Child in Arcadia: The Chipping Campden Boyhood of H.T. Osborn. 1902-1907. C. Fees, comp., ed., notes, Campden and District Historical and Archaeological Society, Chipping Campden, 1986.

Thompson, Paul, "Comrades in Art: C.R.Ashbee", The Times Literary Supplement. 15-11.1985.1283.

Tompkinson, G.S., "The Essex House Press", in A Select Bibliography of the Principal Modern Presses Public and Private in Great Britain and Ireland. The First Edition Club. London, 1928.

Whiting, Frederic Allen, "Guild of Handicraft", reprinted from Handicraft. October 1903, Essex House Press, Campden, 1904.

Willsden, Clare, "Cockneys in Arcadia", Gloucestershire and Avon Life, Aug (1982), 36-37.

 

d. The 1934 Broadcast, and material relating to other broadcasts.

 

—"Aged Polly's Way", Evesham Standard. 20.10.1934,2.

—"Are We Hypocrites?" Everyman 26.10.1934,50.

— "BBC Swear-Word", The Daily Mall. 19.10.1934,7.

— "Chipping Campden's Silence About Its Bad Lad", News Chronicle 19.10.1934,13.

— "Chipping Campden Tells It's Story”, EvJ 20.10.1934,16. "Hilarious Broadcast", News Chronicle. 18.10.1934,11.

—"Polly at 94 is So Shy", Daily Sketch. London, 18.10.1934,3.

—"The Programme From Chipping Campden", Manchester Guardian. 18.10.1934,10.

—"Somebody Who Said — — on the Radio", Evening Standard. 18.10.1934,1.

—"Why I Didn’t Broadcast", Sunday Dispatch. 21.10.1934,18.

—"Woman of 93 in Next Village Radio", News Chronicle, 1.10.1934.3.

— "Woman of 94 Defies BBC". The Daily Mall. 18.10.1934.8.

Edwards, Geoffrey, "R.A. to Direct a Broadcast", News Chronicle. 29.9.1934. 3.

Edwards, Geoffrey, "Words and Music", News Chronicle. 17.10.1934.19.

Edwards, Geoffrey, "Words and Music: Playing for Safety", News Chronicle. 26.10.1934,19.

'Listener', "Chipping Campden at the Microphone - Village Broadcast from the Cotswolds", Manchester Guardian, 17.10.1934,10.

Warren, C.H., "Two Cotswold Villages in a Radio Debate", Radio Times, 25.1.1935,6.

 

e. Dover's Hill and Dover's Games

 

—"Cotswold Olympicks", The Times, 25.5.1961,14.

— "Whitsun Games at Cotswold," Mirror. VII (1826), 331-332.

Barnard, E.A.B., "Dover's Hill Sports", in E.A.B. Barnard, ed.. Notes and Queries, vol. 3, 1914, p. 260.

Burns, F.D.A., Heigh for Cotswold! A History of Robert Dover's Olimpick Games. Robert Dover's Games Society, Chipping Campden, 1981.

Fawcett, William. "The Cotswold 'Olympick* Games", Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:11 (1940), 570-571.

Hutton, William H., "Chipping Campden and the Cotswold Games", in By Thames and Cotswold. Archibald Constable and Co., Westminster, 1903, 78-94.

Hyett, F.A., "Dover's Hill", Gloucestershire Countryside. 1:3 (1932). 37-38.

S.,E., "Backsword Playing at Dover's Hill", in E.A.B. Barnard, Notes and Queries. 1 (1911). 223.

Somervile, William, "Hobbinol". in The Poetical Works of William Somervile. C.Cooke, London, nd.

Stratton, G.M., "Reminiscences of the Dover's Hill Sports", in E.A.B. Barnard, ed.. Notes and Queries, vol. 1, 1911. p. 166.

Walker, Annabel, "The Olympicks of Chipping Campden", The Field, 29.6.1985, 68-69.

Whitfield, Christopher, see Bibliography 3.A.g, below.

 

f. The Campden Wonder

— "The Campden Wonder", Woolstaplers Hall Museum, Chipping Campden, n.d.

—The Campden Wonder, or the Most Strange and Unparalleled Account that ever was printed or heard of. Printed by J.J. Hadley, Journal Office, Cheltenham, 1828.

—"Judicial Puzzles - The Campden Wonder", Blackwood's Magazine. July (1860), 54.

Brooks, J.A., "The Campden Wonder", in Ghosts and Witches of the Cotswolds, Jarrold Colour Pubs., Norwich, 1981.

Bullock, Humphry, "The Campden Mystery", Gloucestershire Countryside. 9:2 (1956), 44.

Clarke, Sir. George, ed.. The Campden Wonder. Oxford University Press, London, 1959.

Fawcett, William, "A Cotswold Mystery", Gloucestershire Countryside 4:ll (1943), 243.

Hare, Kenneth, "The Campden Wonder", New English Review. July (1949). 52-57.

Hickson, Kenric, "The Campden Wonder: The Mystery of William Harrison", Chambers's Journal. Dec. (1953), 737-40.

Overbury, Sir Thomas, The Campden Wonder. J. Morgan, Stratford, 1902.

Johnson, Lloyd, "The Missing Farm Steward", Cotswold Life. Nov. (1969). 30-31.

Williamson, Hugh Ross, The Silver Bowl, Michael Joseph, London, 1948.

 

g. Works By Christopher Whitfield, in chronological order

1. Published

 

Whitfield, Christopher, The Village and Other Poems. Alcuin Press, Chipping Campden, 1928.

— , The Wood Gatherer and Other Poems. Crypt House Press, Gloucester, London, 1931.

— , A Child’s Day and Other Poems. Newarke Printing Co., Leicester and London, 1935.

— . Mr. Chambers and Persephone: A Tale. Golden Cockerell Press, London, 1937.

— . A World of One’s Own. Country Life, London, 1938.

— , Lady From Yesterday. Golden Cockerel Press, London, 1939.

— , "The Bellringer's Dinner", Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:6 (1939). 399-400.

— , "Walls and Hedges", Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:9 (1939). 515.

— , Miss Piper's Trouble. John Lane, London, 1940.

— , "Night Sounds", Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:10 (1940), 554-5.

— , "Sleeping Out", Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:11 (1940), 573.

— , "Deserted Gardens", Gloucestershire Countryside. 3:12 (1940). 621-622.

— , Together and Alone. Two Short Novels. Golden Cockerell Press, London, 1945.

— , "The Old Poacher", Gloucestershire Countryside. 4:4 (1941). 94,98.

— . "The Windmill", Gloucestershire Countryside. 4:6 (1942), 140-142.

— , "A Christmas Visit", Gloucestershire Countryside. 5:6 (1945). 130-134.

— . A History of Chipping Campden and Captain Robert Dover's Olymplck Games. Shakespeare Head Press, Windsor, 1958.

— , The Kinship of Thomas Combell, William Reynolds and William Shakespeare. Laverock Press, Newnham, 1961.

— , Robert Dover and the Cotswold Games. Annalia Dubrensis. Henry Sotheran, London, 1962.

— , "Lionel Cranfield and the Rectory of Campden", TBGAS 81 (1962), 98-118.

— , "Shakespeare's Gloucestershire Contemporaries and the Essex Rising”, TBGAS 82 (1963), 188-201.

— . "Sir Edward Grenville III, of Milcote", TBGAS 84 (1965), 82-100.

— , A Guide to the Parish Church. Chipping Campden. British Publishing Company, Gloucester, 1966.

— , A Guide to the Parish Church. Chipping Campden. British Publishing Co., Gloucester, 1970.

 

ii. Unpublished

— , "The Campden Mummers Play", (1939), E.C. Cawte Collection, see Appendix G.

— , The History of Chipping Campden. Shakespeare Head Press, Eton, Windsor, 1956; author's annotated copy (1959-1963), Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Record Office 0212/1.

 

 

B. Unpublished Material

a. Material Relating Principally to Chipping Campden.

 

Account Book, late 19th. century, used as clipping book, in possession of Mr. Fred Coldicott, Chipping Campden.

Correspondence re Applications to Quarter Sessions for Amendment of Provisional Map of Footpaths in Chipping Campden 1965-1966, re National Park and Acess to the Countryside Act, 1949 Section 31, Application to Quarter Sessions, GRO K596/33/4,6.

Baptist Church Records, GRO D 3969.

"Campden Charities; Campden Parochial Charities Commencing Christmas 1904", St. James Church Muniment Room, Chipping Campden.

"Campden Estate" (Sale Catalogue), Tayler and Fletcher Auctioneers, 12.6.192/1.

Campden Society Minutes, 192/1-1927. GRO D2857 1/1

Censuses: 18/11, 1881. GLLHC. 1851. 1861, 1871, Warwickshire Record Office.

Chandler, Keith. An extensive collection of material relating to the Chipping Campden Morris Dance.

"Chipping Campden Festival of Britain 1951", Newspaper clipping book. Muniment Room, St. James Church, Chipping Campden.

Chipping Campden Grammar School, Deeds and Papers 1627-1946. GRO D 253. Minutes, Board of Governors, GRO D 253/17.

Chipping Campden Town Trust, Accounts 1904-1936; GRO D5347 (not yet catalogued).

Chipping Campden Town Trust, Minutes 1915-1936; GRO D5347 (not yet catalogued).

Churchwardens' Account Books 1626-1906, GRO PMF 81/4.

Coldicott, Fred, Memories of an Old Campdonian, manuscript held by author and by Craig Fees, c. 1986.

Evans. Police Superintendant William, Diary, 14.3.1840-26.9.1843, GRO Q/Y 2/3/2.

Fees, Craig, Fieldnotes and recordings, 1981-1988. Held by author.

Fees, Craig, ed.. Local Studies: by the Students in Mrs. Thorpe's third and fourth year class. St. James School, Chipping Campden, 1985. Copies held by GRO and Campden Library.

Gorfain, Phyllis, Report of Christmas Eve in Chipping Campden, written 25.12.1984. Held by Craig Fees.

Greene, Graham, Diaries 3.6.1932-4.4.1933. Harry Ransom Research Center, University of Texas, Austin.

Greene, Graham, Letters, Harry Ransom Research Center, University of Texas, Austin: "Blunden, E.C. Misc; Greene, Graham ALS to Norman, Sylvia <miss> Morrell, O Recip.; 10 ALS to Lady Ottoline <Violet Anne Cavendlsh-Bentinck> Morrell, 1930-1933."

Griffiths, Josephine, "Extracts from Manuscript made by Russell Alexander", GRO 2909/8.

Griffiths, Josephine, "Music and Words of the Campden Carols", GLLHC RQ 66.7

Griffiths, Josephine, A Book of Remembrance. 1914-1918, held in St. James Church Muniment Room, Campden.

Griffiths, Josephine, A Book of Remembrance. 1939-1945, held in St. James Church Muniment Room, Campden.

Griffiths, Josephine, Concerning the Lords of the Manor and Borough of Chipping Campden. c. 1935, held in St. James Church Muniment Room, Campden.

Griffiths, Josephine, The Ecclesiastical Records of Campden. c.1935, held in St. James Church Muniment Room, Campden.

Griffiths, W.H., Solicitor, Clients (Papers), GRO D3006.

Grises, F.L., Letters to Russell Alexander, Department of Western Art, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

"Local Defense Volunteers", unidentified newspaper clipping, c. 1940, in possession of Craig Fees: Daily Mirror?

Masefield, John, "The Whitsun Stranger - A Morality Play", in possession of Felicity Ashbee.

Neve, Muriel, Journal, 24.4.1890-29..1l892. A private Journal in the possession of Lewis and Dora Horne, Campden, who graciously permitted me to read it.

New, Oliver, Papers, GRO D5163 Box 2; D3382 III/3.

Objections to Draft Footpath Map c. 1953-1959, GRO K687/2/7/2,4,12,17,18,19,20.

Petty Sessions Draft Minutes, 1856-1868, 1883-1910, 1915-1922. GRO PS CA M1/1-M1/15.

Powell, Geoffrey, Notes for The Book of Campden. GRO D4517.

Rushen, P.C., "Notes on Mr. Ashbee’s <Last Records of a> Cotswold Community", in possession of Felicity Ashbee.

Saint James Church

Register of Burials, 1858-1942, GRO PMF 81/3.

Register of Baptisms, 184O-1929. GRO PMF 81/2.

Register of Marriages. 1813-1942, GRO PMF 81/2,3.

School logbooks:

St. Catharine’s RC School, I:1881-1906; II:1906 - , held by headmaster, John Doran.

St. James C of E Infants School, 1868-1927; GRO S 81/1/1,2.

St. James C of E Girls School, 1900-1923; GRO S 81/3/1.

St. James C of E Boys School (later. Senior Mixed), 1877-1942, GRO S 81/4/1.2.

School Admissions Registers:

St. James C of E Infants School, 1874-1945. GRO S 81 1/3.

St. James C of E Girls School (with index), 1874-1947, GRO S 81 3/2.

St. James C of E Boys School 1900-1947, GRO S 81 4/3.

Sharp, Cecil, Folk Dance Notes, vol. 1, 19. 137. Copy Held at Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, English Folk Dance and Song Society, Cecil Sharp House, London.

Sharp, Cecil, Folk Tunes, Copy Held at Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, English Folk Dance and Song Society, Cecil Sharp House, London. For details of entries, see Appendix C.

Sharp, Cecil, Folk Words, Copy Held at Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, English Folk Dance and Song Society, Cecil Sharp House, London. For details of entries, see Appendix C.

Smith, Brian, "Antiquarian Notes on the Cotswolds". GRO D33/16 1,2,6,8,9.

Walden, Mary, unpublished thesis on Chipping Campden, a copy (without title page or cover) having been given to Mr. Don Ellis of Campden; c. 1983.

Warmington, Allan, "Baptists in Campden", working manuscript, held by author in Campden, with intention to publish, 1987-1988.

Warmington, Allan, "Campden Church and the Abbey of St. Werburgh’s, Chester", manuscript held by author in Campden, 1987.

Warmington, Allan. "The Campden School of Arts and Crafts; Some Notes on its History", November 1986, copy held by author in Campden.

Warmington, Harry, "Chipping Campden Grammar School, Some Remembered Impression of 1906-1910", manuscript held by Allan Warmington in Campden.

Warmington, J.J. "Some Notes on Campden of Days Gone By", (5.12.1957) manuscript held by Allan Warmington, Campden; copy held by GRO Pc 1855.

Warmington, J.J. "Extract from Paper Read at Campden TocH 22.3.1986 on Campden School of Arts and Crafts", manuscript held by Allan Warmington.

 

b. Material With Brief References to Chipping Campden

 

Grice-Davies, Rev. Canon R.E., Diaries. GRO 3355.

Langston, J.N., Old Gloucestershire Customs, typescript, GLLHC 29855.

Niblett-Haresfield, J.D.T, Commonplace Books I838-C.1870. Vol. 1 Includes words in use, Campden area. GLLHC 17107 MS 2V.

Ryder, T.A., "Cotswold Conspectus or a Conspectus of Cotsall", c. 1972. GLLHC Box: The Cotswolds.

 

c. Materials Relating to C.R. Ashbee, The Guild of Handicraft, and the School of Arts and Crafts.

 

The Ashbee Journals. Kings College Library. Cambridge.

The Ashbee Memoirs. Kings College Library, Cambridge.

C.R. Ashbee Collection, Supplementary Gifts, 1958-1959. Kings College Library, Cambridge.

"Campden Sports Club. Report for the Year from May 1904 to May 1905", Chipping Campden, 1905.

Ashbee, C.R., The Trivialities of Tom, being Reflections on a Victorian Boyhood. 1940-41, Victoria and Albert Museum, National Art Library, Mss. 86. DD. 14.

Ashbee, Janet, Sammelsurium, three volumes of commonplace books, in possession of Felicity Ashbee.

Budd, Nita, and Felicity Ashbee, ’’The Essex House Song Book - To Sing, and To Create in Song", ms., in possession of Felicity Ashbee.

The Guild of Handicraft Minute Book, vol III, 1905-1919, Victoria and Albert Museum, National Art Library, 86 RR 18.

Miller, Alec, Ashbee and the Guild of Handicraft, typescript, Victoria and Albert Museum, National Art Library, 191.H.47. circa 1950.

The School of Handicraft Minutes, Victoria and Albert Museum, National Art Library, 86 DD 16.

Warmington, Allan, "The Campden School of Arts and Crafts: Some Notes on its History", November 1986, copy held by author in Campden.

Warmington, J.J. "Extract from Paper Read at Campden TocH 22.3.1946 on Campden School of Arts and Crafts", manuscript held by Allan Warmington, copy in GRO Pc 1454.

Wedd Box, 3.V (correspondence re C.R. Ashbee), Kings College Library, Cambridge.

 

d. Material Relating to Dover's Hill and Dover's Games

Burns, F.D.A., Annalia Dubrensls. m.a. thesis. University of Sheffield, i960.

South Littleton Memoranda Books, 1829-1839. in E.A.B. Barnard Collection, Hereford and Worcester Record Office, 5044-7iii  899:251.

 

4. Regional Works Consulted

 

—"Christmas in By Gone Days", EvJ, 18.12.1937,3.

—The Cotswolds. British Tourist Authority, 1981.

—"The Cotswolds - a National Park?: The Changing Midlands Series", The Listener. London, 16.2.1938,345.

—"England in Time of War: In the Cotswolds: Hunting and Agriculture", The Times. 13.2.1915,11.

—"English Folk-Music: A Gloucestershire Experiment (Coates, Glos.)", The Times 15.10.1910,13.

— "Folk-dancing: Stratford on Avon Vacation School", The Times 10.8.1910,9.

—I Remember: The Day's Work in Gloucestershire Villages. 1850-1950. Gloucestershire Community Council, Gloucester, 1977.

— I Remember: Travel and Transport in Gloucestershire Villages 1850-1950. Gloucestershire Community Council, Gloucester, 1965.

—"New Influence in the Countryside", Gloucestershire Countryside. 1:1(1931),14.

—The Slashers - A New Short History of the Gloucestershire Regiment. 1694-1965 np. nd.

—"Some Gloucestershire Songs and Old Time and Present Day Christmas Customs", Cheltenham Looker-on. 21.12.1912.

Allen, A.J. More Cotswold Stories, np. 1957.

Andrews, Maurice, A Village Remembered. The Author, Eastbourne, 1971.

Archer, Derek, ed., Gloucestershire at War. 1939-1945. F. Bailey and Son/Derek Archer, Dursley, Gloucestershire, 1979.

Archer, Fred, Muddy Boots and Sunday Suite. Coronet Books, London, 1975.

Ashby, M.K., The Changing English Village - Bledington. Gloucestershire. 1066-1914. The Roundwood Press, Kineton, 1974.

Ashby, M.K., Joseph Ashby of Tysoe. 1859-1919. University Press, Cambridge, 1961.

Barnard, E.A.B., "Some Cotswold Tales", in E.A.B. Barnard, ed. Notes and Queries, vol. 1, 1911, p.161.

Barnard, E.A.B., Stanton and Snowshill. University Press, Cambridge, 1927.

Barnard, E.A.B., New Links With Shakespeare. University Press, Cambridge, 1930.

Bearman, Robert, Stratford-upon-Avon As It Was, Hendon Publishing Co., Hendon Mill, Nelson, Lancashire, 1979.

Belcher, Richard Boswell, Autobiography and The Riot at Blockley in 1878, ed. by Dr. A.W.Exell and Mrs. Norah Marshall. Blockley Antiquarian Society, Blockley, Gloucestershire, 1978.

Branch, Henry, Cotswold and Vale. Norman, Sawyer and Co., Cheltenham, 1904.

Coleman, S. Jackson, ed.. Treasury of Folklore no. 39. Folklore Academy, Douglas, Isle of Man, 1954.

Cooke, George H., Snowshill in Gloucestershire. May 1978, np.

Dent, Emma, Annals of Winchcombe and Sudeley. John Murray, London, 1877.

Dillon, Francis, ed.. Country Magazine: Book of the BBC Programme, Odhams Press, London, n.d.

Doeg, T.E., "Local Traditions" in E.A.B. Barnard, ed.. Notes and Queries vol. 1. 1911. p.169.

Drinkwater, John, Cotswold Characters. Yale University Press, New Haven and New York, 1921.

Dyde, W., The History and Antiquities of Tewkesbury. The Editor .Tewkesbury; G. Wilkie, London, 1798.

E.,A. and others. The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul. P. Drinkwater for the Church, Blockley, Glos., 1960.

Exell, A.W., Joanna Southcott at Blockley and The Rock Cottage Relics, by Peter Drinkwater for the Blockley Antiquarian Society, Shipston-on-Stour, 1977.

Exell, A.W., ed., Five Centuries of Blockley Verse, Peter Drinkwater for the Blockley Antiquarian Society, Stratford-upon-Avon, 1980.

Exell, A.W., ed., A Blockley Miscellany. Peter Drinkwater for the Blockley Antiquarian Society, Shipston-on-Stour, 1981.

Figgures, Molly, Over the Bones or Fifty Years at the Bell Inn. Peter Drinkwater for the Blockley Antiquarian Society, Shipston-on-Stour, 1978.

Fleming, Rachel, "Palnswick: A Cotswold Community", Sociological Review, 10(1918),83-89.

Gardiner, C.H. Your Village and Mine. Faber and Faber, London, 1944.

Garrett, John Henry, From a Cotswold Height. J.J. Banks and Son, Cheltenham, 1919.

Gomme, George L., ed., The Gentleman’s Magazine Library, vol. 3: Manners and Customs, Elliot Stock, London, 1883.

Gray, A., "The Language of the Ploughman of North-East Gloucestershire", in E.A.B. Barnard, ed.. Notes and Queries, vol. 1, 1911, p. 212.

Gretton, Mary Sturge, A Corner of the Cotswolds. Methuen and Co., London, 1914.

Gretton, Mary Sturge, Some English Rural Problems. Student Christian Movement, London, 1922.

Gretton, Mary Sturge, Re-Cognitions, Hall the Printer, Oxford, 1951.

Grisewood, Frederick, The World Goes By, Seeker and Warburg, London, 1952.

Harris, Stanley, Racing Memories of the North Cotswolds. Peter I. Drinkwater, Shipston on Stour, 1987.

Harvey, Frederick William, A Gloucestershire Lad, Sidgwick and Jackson, London, 1916.

Harvey, Frederick William, Gloucestershire Friends. Sidgwick and Jackson, London, 1917-

Harvey, Frederick William, Gloucestershire: A Selection From the Poems of F.W. Harvey, Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh and London, 1947.

Hewins, Angela, ed.. The Dillen, Memories of a Man of Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1982.

Howard, Colin, Cotswold Days, Blackie and Sons, London and Glasgow, 1937.

Howe, John R. "A Village Politician in the 1890s", The Local Historian. 17:4 (1986), 212-218.

Hyett, F.A., Glimpses of the History of Palnswick. John Bellows, Gloucester, 1928.

Icely, H.E.M., ed., Blockley Through Twelve Centuries. Roundwood Press, Kineton, 1974.

Jamieson, Alan and Brian Smith, Gloucestershire: A Local History Handbook. Gloucestershire Community Council, Gloucester, 1968.

Lee, Laurie, Cider With Rosie, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1980 (1959).

Lewis, June R., Cotswold Characteristics. Estragon, London, 1971.

Lindley, E.S., Wotton Under Edge, Museum Press, London, 1962.

Mace, Charles. Goode Olde Countree. St. Catherine Press, London, 1914.

Mann, P.H., "Life in an Agricultural Village in England", Sociological Papers, 1 (1904), 161-194.

Marshall, Norah, "Remembrance of Things Past", in Icely,

H.E.M., ed., Blockley Through Twelve Centuries, Roundwood Press, Kineton, 1974, 229ff-

Massingham, H.J. ed., English Country. Wishart and Co., Adelphi, 1934.

Massingham. H.J., A Countryman’s Journal. Chapman and Hall, London, 1939.

McCormick, Donald, Murder By Witchcraft: A Study of the Lower Quinton and Hagley Wood Murders. John Long, London, 1968.

Moore, John, Portrait of Elmbury, Collins, London, 1966 (1946).

Moore, John, Brensham Village, Collins and the Book Society, London, 1946.

Moore, John, The Blue Field. Pan Books, London, 1971 (1948).

Oakey, J.A., Reminiscences. Winchcombe Forum, Wlnchcombe, 1971 (1936-1937).

Pain, Godfrey, A Breath of Cotswold Air, Roman Press, Broadway. Worcs., 1969.

Perry, P.J., A Geography of 19th Century Britain. B.T.Batsford, London, 1975.

Plowman, T.F., Some Country-side Folk. Daily Chronicle and Argus Co., Bath, 1911.

Richards, M.E., Gloucestershire Family History. Gloucestershire County Council, Gloucester, 1979.

Richards, M.E., Handlist of Genealogical Sources Gloucestershire County Council, Gloucester, 1982.

Ryder, T.A., A Gloucestershire Miscellany, np., Cam, Gloucestershire, 1951.

Shervington, Jesse, "Local Wages Fifty Years Ago", in E.A.B. Barnard, ed., Notes and Queries, vol. 1, 1911, p. 221.

Stapleton. Guy, ed.. Poet’s England 2; Gloucestershire. Brentham Press, London, 1977.

Stratton, G.M.. "Reminiscences of Cropthorne Wake", in E.A.B. Barnard, ed., Notes and Queries, vol. 1, 1911, p. 196.

Stratton, G.M., "Local Reminiscences of May Day", in E.A.B. Barnard, ed., Notes and Queries, vol. 1, 1911. p. 198.

Tann, Jennifer, Gloucestershire Woollen Mills. David and Charles, Newton Abbot, 1967.

Taylor, Antoinette, "An English Christmas Play", JAF, 22 (1909). 389-394.

Thompson, Flora, Still Glides the Stream. Oxford University Press, London, New York and Toronto, 1948.

Tiddy, R.J., "The Gloucestershire Mumming Play", The Times. 8.1.1914,8.

Tod, David, "The Mummer’s Play", The Gloucestershire Countryside. 2:4 (1935). 62-64.

Turner, Jim, Cotswold Days, the Whittington Press, Andoversford, Gloucestershire, 1977.

Venison, Tony, "An Architect’s Garden Idyll", Country Life, 18.5.1978, 1358-1360.

Vernon-Wadley, Procter, Synoptical History of Bidford, Privately Printed, Evesham, 1903.

Wigg, Dora, The Winchcombe Legend: The Legend of St. Kenelm, Sharp Brothers, Evesham, n.d.

Williams, Adin, ed., Roger Plowman's Garland of Merry Tales. Kent and Co.. London and C.H. Savoy, Cirencester and Davies and Son, Gloucester, 1882.

 

5. Tourism, Residentialism, Emigration, Urban and Rural Social Change

 

— Academic Research Into Leisure. Recreation and Tourism. Socio-Economic Research Unit, English Tourist Board, London, June 1982.

— Tourism Fact Sheets. Heart of England. 1982, compiled by the Socio-Economic Research Unit of the English Tourist Board, Heart of England Tourist Board, Worcester, 1983.

— Tourism in Rural Areas. The Heart of England Tourist Board. Worcester, June 1976.

— Tourism Research for Areas of England. Planning and Research Services Branch, English Tourist Board, London, April 1980.

Apter, H., "Counting the (Social) Cost of Tourism, part 2", The Travel Agent. 6.2.1975, 54-58.

Barth, Fredrik, ed.. Ethnic Groups and Boundaries: The Social Organization of Culture Difference. Universitetsforlaget, Oslo/Bergen/Tronso, 1969.

Bennett, John W., ed.. The New Ethnicity: Perspectives from Ethnology. 1973 Proceedings of the American Ethnological Society. West Pub. Co., St. Paul, N.Y., etc, 1975.

Berdichewsky, Bernardo, ed.. Anthropology and Social Change in Rural Areas. Mouton, The Hague, 1979.

Berger, Peter L., Brigitte Berger, and Hansfried Kellner, The Homeless Mind: Modernization and Consciousness. Penguin Books, Harmondswrth, Middlesex, 1977.

Brosted, Jens, et al., eds., Native Power; The Quest for Autonomy and Nationhood of Indigenous Peoples. Universitetsforlaget As, Bergen, 1985.

Browning, Robert, "The Plundering of Nationhood", Times Literary Supplement. 25.7.1986, 805-806.

Butler, R.W., "The Social Implications of Tourist Development", Annals of Tourism Research. 2:2 (1974). 100-111.

Cohen, A.P., ed.. Belonging: Identity and Social Organisation in British Rural Cultures. Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1982.

Cohen, A.P., The Symbollic Construction of Community. Ellis Horwood, Chichester; Tavistock, London, 1985.

Cohen, A.P., ed.. Symbolising Boundaries: Identity and Diversity in British Cultures. Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1986.

Coker, J.A., "Tourism and the Peasant in the Grisens", Scottish Geographical Magazine. 66(1950), 107-116.

deKadt, Emmanuel, ed., Tourism: Passport to Development?. Oxford University Press, N.Y., Oxford, 1979.

Dummett, Michael, "The Ethics of Cultural Property". Times Literary Supplement 25.7.1986, 809-810.

Evans, N.H. "Tourism and Cross-Cultural Communication", Annals of Tourism Research. 3:4(1976), 189-198.

Feiguth, W., "Historical Geography and the Concept of the Authentic Past", Ontario Geography. 1(1967), 55-60.

Frankenberg, Ronald, ed.. Custom and Conflict in British Society. Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1982.

Greenwood, D.J., "Tourism as an Agent of Change", Annals of Tourism Research. 3:3(1976), 128-142.

Hanna, Max, with John Fosbrooke, Tourism Multipliers in Britain, English Tourist Board, London, Oct. 1976.

Heath, Richard, The English Peasant, T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1893.

Helms, M., "Matrilocality, Social Solidarity and Culture Contact", Southwest Journal of Anthropology. 26(1970), 197-212.

McAuley, Roisin, "City Gatecrashers Take Over the Countryside", The Listener 13.8.1987, 9-10.

Mercer, D.C., "The Role of Perception in the Recreation Experience", Journal of Leisure Research. 3(1970), 261-276.

Nagenda, J., "Parading the Primitive to Woo Tourists", African Development, 3:8(1969),15.

Nalson, John S., "Quiet Revolution in Traditional Society", in Ronald Frankenberg, ed., Custom and Conflict in British Society, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1982, 70-93.

Newby, Howard, Green and Pleasant Land? Social Change in Rural England. Wildwood House, London, 1979.

Nunez, T.A., "Tourism, Tradition and Acculturation: Weekendism in a Mexican village", Ethnology. 2:3 (1963). 347-352.

Ossipow, P.W., "Le role de l'automobile dans le tourisme". The Tourist Review. 18(1963). 17-24, 61-73.

Prott, Lyndel v„ and Patrick J. O'Keefe, "Taking Charge of the Cultural Heritage", Times Literary Supplement. 25.7.1986, 811-812.

Quayle, Brendan, "Images of Place in a Northumbrian Dale", in Marilyn Strathern, ed.. Locality and Rurality. GEO Books, Norwich, 1984, 225-241.

Rambaud, P., "Tourisme et urbanisation de campagne", Sociologica Ruralis, 7(1967), 311-335.

Redcliff, M., "The Effects of Socio-Economic Change in A Spanish Pueblo on Community Cohesion", Sociologica Ruralis. 13:1(1973). 1-14.

Renfrew, Colin and Eric V. Level, "Exploring Dominance: Predicting Polities From Centres", in Colin Renfrew and Kenneth L. Cooke, Transformations. Academic Press, N.Y., 1979.

Schmitt, R.C., "Travel, Tourism and Migration", Demography. 5:1 (1968). 306-310.

Smith, Valene L., "Tourism and Culture Change: A Symposium", Annals of Tourism Research. 3:3(1976), 122-126.

Smith, Valene L., ed.. Hosts and Guests: The Anthropology of Tourism. Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1978.

Stone, Kathleen G., "Socio-Economic Class, Sex Role Stereotypes and the Judicial Process in an English Magistrate's Court", in Ronald Frankenberg, ed.. Custom and Conflict in British Society, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1982, 209-233.

Strathern, Marilyn, "The Social Meanings of Localism", in Marilyn Strathern, ed., Locality and Rurallty, GEO Books, Norwich, 1984, 181-195.

Wolfe, R.I., "Recreational Travel: The New Migration", Canadian Geographer. 10(1966), 1-14.

Wright, Patrick, On Living in an Old Country: The National Past in Contemporary Britain, Verso, London, 1985.

 

6. Relevant Works by Craig Fees, in chronological order.

 

Fees, Craig, Mediaeval Theater in Indo-European Context. M.A. thesis, Occidental College, Los Angeles, 1981.

— "Damn St. George: Some Neglected Home Truths in the History of British Folk Drama, or Bring Out the Dead", paper delivered at the Fifth Traditional Drama Conference, University of Sheffield. 1982.

— "Folk Play and Analogues: Performance and Charity in Chipping Campden", paper delivered at the Sixth Traditional Drama Conference, University of Sheffield, 1983.

— "Looking Over the Obvious", paper delivered at the Seventh Traditional Drama Conference, University of Sheffield, 1984

— "Campden Native", EvJ 8.11.1984,10 (re: George Greenall).

— "George Richard Greenall: Obituary", Roomer 4:6 (1984), 53-54.

— "Toward Establishing the Study of Folk Drama as a Science". Roomer 4:5 (1984), 41-51.

— "Folk Drama as a Science: Reply to Dr. E.C. Cawte," Roomer 5:3 (1985). 28-29.

— "Notes and Queries", Roomer 5:3 (1985), 30.

— "Correspondence", Roomer 5:4 (1985), 40.

— , ed., Local Studies: By the Students in Mrs. Thorpe's Third and Fourth Year Class. St. James' School. Chipping Campden. 1985, unpublished, but available in GRO and Campden Library.

— review of Ronald W. Vince. Ancient and Medieval Theatre: A Historiographical Handbook (Westwood, Connecticut and London: Greenwood Press, 1984), Lore and Language 4:2 (1985). 126-127.

— a longer review of the same. Roomer 6:3 (1986), 18-22.

— "Local Customs: The Chipping Campden, Glos., Maypole Dance I", Folkwrite 23:May-Aug. (1986), 31.

— ed., intro, and notes, A Child in Arcadia: The Chipping Campden Boyhood of H.T. Osborn. 1902-1907. Campden and District Historical and Archaeological Society, Chipping Campden, 1986.

— "A Reply to Stephen Sayers", Talking Folklore 1:1 (1986), 29-31 (re: "Heritage").

— "Local Customs: The Guild of Handicraft: Campden Maypole Dance II", Folkwrite 26 (1987), 14.

— review of Alex Helm, Staffordshire Folk Drama. (Ibstock: Guizer Press, 1987 (1984)), Reading Folklore 1 (1987-1988), 7-8.

— "Local Customs: Campden Maypole III", Folkwrite 28 (1988), 16.

— "Community Folklore: Folk Memory in a North Cotswold Community", Talking Folklore 1:4 (1988), 22-38.

— "Maypole Dance in the Twentieth Century: Further Studies of a North Cotswold Town", Traditional Dance (forthcoming).