|Statement||by B.J. Barber and M.W. Beresford.|
|Contributions||Beresford, Maurice, 1920-, West Yorkshire (England). Metropolitan County Council.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
West Riding County Council – Historical Studies. The King's England Press. ISBN Beresford, Maurice (). Walks Round Red Brick. Leeds University Press. ISBN Beresford, M. W. (). East End, West End: Face of Leeds During Urbanisation, – Publications of the Thoresby Society. Leeds: Thoresby Born: 6 February , Sutton Coldfield. Leeds Friends' Minute Book, to by Jean Mortimer, Russell Mortimer. The West Riding County Council Historical Studies by B. J. Barber, M. W. Beresford. The West Riding County Council Historical Studies by B. J. Barber, M. W. Beresford (pp. ). Beresford, M. W. (Maurice Warwick) From the limited number of surviving plans we can recognise the historical structure of certain landscapes and then apply this knowledge to the much greater numbers of towns and villages for which no such documentary evidence exists."--Jacket. The West Riding County Council The district was renamed Huntingdonshire on 1 October , by resolution of the district council. Original historical documents relating to Huntingdonshire are held by Cambridgeshire Archives and Local Studies at the County Record Office in Huntingdon. Revival of administrative countyConstituent country: England.
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