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This category covers material about the two counties (either pre or post 1974 boundaries) which is either about the county as a whole, or is mainly about places in them other than Radley. For example, a history of Oxford or Abingdon would be listed here even if it mentions Radley.
 
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Oxford - Ecclesiastical and Academical, AD 1440, map. Copy presented by Margaret Lovell. Map M.1
Oxford. Cassini Historical Map, Popular Edition 1919, including Abingdon, Bicester, Chipping Norton, Kidlington and Witney. Ordnance Survey 1:50,000. Presented by Robert Sephton, February 2008. Map M.21
Oxford (Reading) as shown on 1 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1830, Sheet No. 70, Oxford (Reading). Reprint by David and Charles of the first edition. Presented by Stanley Baker, May 2014. Map M.39
Oxford City parishes c.1900, Oxfordshire Family History Society Map M.42
Medieval Oxford by H.W. Brewer, 1520 - map printed in The Builder, 11 July 1924. Presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005. Map M.22
Abingdon - 6 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1912 edition, Sheet No. Berkshire X.6, Oxfordshire XLV.6. Presented by Stanley Baker, June 2011. Map M.34
Berkshire Maps - The Ordnance Survey First Edition 1881-1887. Scale 6 inches to the mile. Joint publication on a CD by Berkshire Family History Society and Berkshire Record Office, 2004. Presented by Stanley Baker, February 2014. Map M.38
Key Stages in the Development of Printed Maps of Oxfordshire. CD accompanying presentation by John Leighfield at Radley History Club’s meeting on 14 November 2011, including copies of the maps. For typescript of this presentation see Documents D.227. Map M.48
A History of Abingdon by J. Townsend, M.A., republished by S.R. Publishers Ltd. 1970 (original edition was published in 1910). Presented by John and Nancy Homewood, August 2006. Book B.53
The Story of Abingdon Part I. 150,000,000 B.C. – 1186 A.D. by Mieneke Cox. Designed and printed by Leach’s the Printers, Abingdon. 1986. Book B.2
Medieval Abingdon. The Story of Abingdon Part II by Mieneke Cox. Designed and printed by Leach’s the Printers, Abingdon. 1989. Book B.3
Abingdon 1556-1702 Peace and War. The Story of Abingdon Part III by Mieneke Cox. Printed by Leach’s the Printers, Abingdon. 1993. Book B.4
Abingdon. An 18th Century Country Town. The Story of Abingdon Part IV by Mieneke Cox. Printed by Leach’s the Printers, Abingdon. 1999. Book B.5
Abingdon Pageant by Mieneke Cox. Printed by Leach’s the Printers, Abingdon. 1995. Book B.6
Around Abingdon (The Archive Photographs Series). Compiled by Nigel Hammond. Chalford Publishing Company, 1996. (Old photographs of Abingdon and some nearby parishes) Book B.8
Around Abingdon in Old Photographs. Collected by Pamela Horn. Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd, Gloucester. 1987. Paperback. Presented by Jennie Deane in December 2003 from the collection of her late husband, Dick Deane. Book B.31
Abingdon in Camera. Portrait of a country town 1850 – 1950. Presented by Joyce Huddleston. Book B.111
Abingdon and its Treasures. A short historical description of the buildings and their contents. Published by the Corporation of Abingdon. 1956. Presented by Jennie Deane in December 2003 from the collection of her late husband, Dick Deane. Book B.37
Abingdon-on-Thames Today by Harry Knights. Thomas Leach Ltd, Abingdon-on-Thames. 1982. Presented by Jennie Deane in December 2003 from the collection of her late husband, Dick Deane. Book B.29
Historic Abingdon. Fifty-six Articles by Agnes C. Baker. Abbey Press, Abingdon. 1963. Presented by Jennie Deane in December 2003 from the collection of her late husband, Dick Deane. Book B.32
Abingdon through Time by Pamela Horn. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.98
Abingdon Abbey – Its History and Buildings by Mieneke Cox. Friends of Abingdon, 1970 (gift from Dr & Mrs A.C. McDougall, September 2003). Book B.24
The Early History of Abingdon Abbey by F.M. Stenton. Paul Williams, Stamford, Lincs. 1989 (first published by University College, Reading, 1913). Book B.19
Abingdon Abbey. Some Notes on its History and Buildings. Based on the Researches of Arthur E. Preston, F.S.A. by Agnes C. Baker with Architectural Descriptions by Walter H. Godfrey, C.B.E., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A.. Friends of Abingdon. First edition 1949, reprinted 1963. Abbey Press, Abingdon. Book B.40
Abingdon Abbey 675 – 1538 – A Brief History by Angela Hallam, archivist and archaeologist, published by The Friends of Abingdon 1977. Presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005. Book B.63
The Lost Abbey of Abingdon by Tim Allen of Oxford Archaeology, 2012. Booklet about the results of the Lost Abbey Project in Abingdon. Book B.118
The Early History of Abingdon, Berkshire, and its Abbey, by M. Biddle, H.T. Lambrick and J.N.L. Myres, reprinted from Medieval Archaeology, Vol. XII, 1968, presented by family of Stanley Baker Book B.154
The Church and Parish of St Nicholas, Abingdon, and other Papers by Arthur E. Preston. Oxford University Press, London. 1929 (presented by Dick Deane of Park Farm, Radley, September 2003). Book B.25
Selections from the Records of the Borough of Abingdon from AD 1555 to AD 1807, edited by Bromley Challenor, Town Clerk of Abingdon. William H. Hooke, 1898 (gift from Dr & Mrs A. C. McDougall, September 2003). Book B.23
The Abingdon Corporation Plate. Some Notes on the Abingdon Plate and Kindred Treasures and on the Donors and the Occasions of the Gifts by Arthur E. Preston, F.S.A. Edited by Agnes C. Baker. Oxford University Press. 1958. Book B.36
Christ’s Hospital, Abingdon. The Almshouses, The Hall and The Portraits by Arthur E. Preston, FSA, Master 1929. Oxford University Press [1929]. Addendum sheet by J.H. Hooke, Master 1980. Also second copy presented by David Barrett, November 2009. Book B.13
The Martlet and the Griffen – An Illustrated History of Abingdon School by Thomas Hinde and Michael St John Parker, published by James and James (Publishers) Ltd, 1997, pp. 232, hardback. Presented by Robert Sephton, August 2010. (Includes references to Dr John Lempriere, Curate of Radley in 1791.) Book B.84
The Abingdon Waterturnpike Murder, by Mark Davies, Oxford Towpath Press, 2003, presented by family of Stanley Baker Book B.149
A handlist of inclosure acts and awards relating to the county of Oxford, Record Publication No.2, published by County Secretary, Oxfordshire County Council, 1975 Book B.155
An Historical Atlas of Oxfordshire, edited by Kate Tiller and Giles Darkes. Presented by Robert Sephton, April 2011. Book B.92
Oxford. Brief Historical and Descriptive Notes by Andrew Lang, MA, Seeley & Co., London, 1890. Book B.9
Oxford and the General Strike 1926 by Robert Sephton. Published 2003. Presented by the author. Book B.138
The Oxford of J J Faulkner (1798–1857): Grocer, Chartist and Temperance Advocate by Robert Sephton. Published 2001. Presented by the author. Book B.139
Images of Victorian Oxford by Malcolm Graham. Published 1992 by Alan Sutton Publishing (Dover, NH, USA). Donated by Abingdon Area Archaeological & Historical Society. Book B.140
Oxford's Working Past by Liz Woolley, Huxley Scientific Press, 2012. Book B.120
Beyond Magdalen Bridge. The growth of East Oxford by Graeme L Salmon. Presented by Robert Sephton. Book B.99
John Henry Brookes, The Man who Inspired a University by Bryan Brown, published by Oxford Brookes University, 2015. Book B.142
Reflections. A pictorial look back at life in Oxford and Oxfordshire from 1900 to 1975. An Oxford Mail publication, Tuesday 20 December 1994. Paperback. 66 pp. Presented by Jennie Deane in December 2003 from the collection of her late husband, Dick Deane. Book B.27
Journeys into Oxfordshire: A Collection of Ink Drawings by Anthony Mackay. Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd, Stroud. 1993. Book B.30
Household and Farm Inventories in Oxfordshire, 1550-1590, ed. M.A. Havinden, Oxfordshire Record Society, Vol. 44, 1965, presented by family of Stanley Baker. Book B.153
The New Oxfordshire Village Book compiled by the Oxfordshire Federation of Women's Institutes (OFWI). Published by Countryside Books and OFWI, 1990. Presented By Eric Riley. Book B.117
An Historical Atlas of Berkshire, edited by Joan Dils, with maps by Heather Browning, published by Berkshire Record Society 1998. 126pp. Presented by Robert Sephton, September 2010. Book B.88
The Manmade Landscape – The Impact  of Enclosure in the Wantage Area of Old Berkshire by Bethanie Afton. Copy downloaded from the Berkshire Record Office website by Stanley Baker, November 2010. Book B.90
Highways and Byways in Berkshire with illustrations by Frederick L Griggs. Presented by Christine Wootton, April 2011. Book B.91
Stories from The History of Berkshire by Edmund A. Greening Lamborn. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1908. Book B.10
Berkshire Village Book, compiled by the Berkshire Federation of Women’s Institutes [1972]. Presented by Eric and Mary Blanks. Book B.50
Rural Life in the Vale of the White Horse, 1780-1914 by Nigel Hammond. William Smith, Reading. 1974. Presented by Jennie Deane in December 2003 from the collection of her late husband, Dick Deane. Book B.35
Berkshire Poll Book 1727, published by The Eureka Partnership, 68 pp. This is a transcription of the Poll Book which was published following the 1727 Parliamentary Election, and lists the names of the freeholders, their abode and the candidates for whom they voted. The candidates were Charles, Lord Viscount Fane, Sir John Stonhouse, Bart. and Robert Packer, Esq. Men from Radley, Sunningwell, Kennington, Northcourt, Barton and Thrupp are in the list. Presented by Stanley Baker, July 2008. For CD of the Berkshire Poll Book 1796 see D.316. Book B.66
Berkshire Contiguous Parishes, published by CART Publications 1997, reprinted 1999 and 2000. This guide lists all the [old] Berkshire parishes and the parishes which adjoin each individual parish. Presented by Stanley Baker, July 2008. Book B.68
Berkshire Militia - Men enrolled 1807 and 1808, transcribed and published by The Eureka Partnership, 32 pp. This is a list of those men chosen by ballot to serve in the Berkshire Militia in late 1807 and early 1808, together with the parish for which they were to serve, and includes the names of substitutes and the date of enrolment. Men from Radley, Northcourt, Sunningwell and Thrupp Wick appear in the list. Presented by Stanley Baker, July 2008. Book B.67
Royal Berkshire Militia, Return of Volunteers 1854. Transcribed by Eureka Partnership. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.101
Berkshire Militia – Men enrolled 1807 and 1808. Transcribed and published by The Eureka Partnership. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.104
The Story of The First Berkshire (Abingdon) Battalion Home Guard by Ourselves. Printed for the Battalion by Sydney Astle Ltd, Manchester, 1945. Book B.12
Invasion 1940. Britain’s Defence Line near Radley by Leslie Smith and Tony Money. Reprinted as a booklet from the Old Radleian magazine, 1999. (For Tony Money’s talk to Radley History Club in February 2004, recorded on CD, see A.69. For photos of pillboxes, see Photographs P.61. For extracts from the Old Radleian relating to this article, see Documents D.34.) Book B.26
Action Stations. Military Airfields of Oxfordshire by Michael J.F. Bowyer. Patrick Stevens. 1988. Book B.45
When the Lights Went Out – Oxfordshire 1939 to 1945 by Malcolm Graham and Melanie Williams, published by Oxfordshire County Council 1979. Presented by Mr M.J. Portsmouth. Book B.56
The Home Guard, with especial reference to Kennington Village and Locality by Leslie Smith. May 1995. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.5
Air Raids on Oxfordshire, World War II, with special reference to the environs of Kennington, Oxon by Leslie Smith. August 1995. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.6
The Changing Faces of Kennington, Book One by Carole Newbigging. 1999. Presented by Robert Sephton, March 2005. Book B.48.1
The Changing Faces of Kennington, Book Two by Carole Newbigging. 2002. Presented by Robert Sephton, March 2005. Book B.48.2
A Short History of Bagley Wood, its Fauna and Flora by Winifred Spray. 1992. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.1
Sandford Weir Memorial by Leslie Smith. October 1992. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.2
The Kennington Memorial Field by Winifred Spray. July 1993. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.3
St Swithun’s Church by Stanley Gillam. April 1994. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.4
A History of Medical Care in Kennington by Christopher Strode. June 1996. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.7
Kennington School (St Swithun’s) by Stanley Gillam. March 1998. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.8
The Manor House and Farm by Stanley Gillam. March 1999. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.9
The Tandem by Stanley Gillam. February 2002. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Stanley Baker. Book B.72.10
Evacuees Tell Their Stories by Shirley Jones. March 2005. Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society. Presented by Robert Sephton.  Book B.72.11
The Kennington Story and History of the Street Names by George Ross. March 2006. Presented by the author. Book B.72.12
The Ownership of Land and Property until 1913 [in Kennington] by Stanley Gillam. April 2006.  Booklet relating to Kennington published by the Kennington History Society.  Presented by Robert Sephton. (For a similar publication, see B.86). Book B.72.13
Land and Property in Kennington (Berks) up to 1913 by Stanley Gillam, edited and privately printed by Robert S. Sephton May 2005. For a similar publication by the Kennington History Society see B.72.13. Book B.86
Bertrand and Alys Russell in Bagley Wood by Robert S. Sephton, published by the Author, 2007. (Presented by the author, February 2007). For Robert Sephton’s Research Report relating to ‘Halshanger’, Bagley Wood Road, Kennington, once owned by Bertrand Russell, see Documents, D.88. Book B.57
Bagley Wood. Retrospect and Prospect. 1949. Presented by John Wilson, April 2011. Book B.94
Bagley Wood District Nursing Association 1925 – 1948 by Robert S. Sephton, published by the author 2008, and presented by him November 2008. Previously published in Oxfordshire Local History, Volume 8, No. 3, Spring 2008. See also the article by Robert Sephton entitled Before the National Health Service – District Nursing Associations, published in Oxfordshire Local History News, Issue III, Summer 2007, filed under Documents D.120.2) Book B.74
Thomas Pratt is Shooting Rabbits in Bagley Wood – an account of a dispute with an Oxford College over rights of common in a Berkshire Wood by Robert S. Sephton. 2nd edition, 2005. Published by the author, 2005. Previously filed under Documents D.30. Book B.71
S.P. Grundy (1880-1942) – a life of social service in Manchester and North Berkshire by Robert S. Sephton. Published by the author 2009 and presented by him, January 2009. Contains extensive references locally to Kennington, created out of Radley parish in 1936. Book B.75
A Tapestry of Life: An Autobiography by James S. Candy. Martin Books Ltd, Braunton, Devon. 1984. Paperback. 108 pp. [Largely concerned with Kennington, Sunningwell, Boars Hill, Youlbury and Abingdon.] Book B.34
Silver Threads. True Short Stories by James S. Candy. Fine Print, Radley. 1989. Presented by Jennie Deane in December 2003 from the collection of her late husband, Dick Deane. Book B.38
Tales from God’s Acre, Fifty Sunningwell Lives by Bob Evans, self-published, 2016. Book B.143
Photocopy of Sunningwell and Bayworth A.D. 811 to A.D. 1911 by E.E. Matthews, published by Burgess and Son, Abingdon, 1921, with several annotations by Bob Evans of Sunningwell, the owner of the book. Copy presented by Peter McWhirter, August 2010. Book B.82
John Jewel and the English Reformation by Felicity Heal, 2012. [John Jewel was a rector of Sunningwell in Tudor times and responsible for the church's unusual porch.] Book B.100
St Michael’s Church Cumnor. A guide. Presented by Robert Sephton, April 2011. Book B.93
William Seymour Blackstone (1809–1881) – A Wallingford MP by Robert Sephton. Presented by the author. Book B.137
Oxfordshire Colony - Turners Court Farm School, Wallingford 1911-1991 by Christopher Sladen, AuthorHouseUK, 2011. Presented by Robert Sephton. Book B.122
The Victorian Thames by D.G. Wilson. Sutton Publishing, Stroud. 1993. Presented by Jennie Deane in December 2003 from the collection of her late husband, Dick Deane. Book B.41
Artwork (posters, photos, maps, prints etc.) for Thomas Pratt is Shooting Rabbits in Bagley Wood – an account of a dispute with an Oxford College over rights of common in a Berkshire Wood by Robert Sephton, published by the author, 2005. Donated by the author's family after his death. For book see B.71 Document D.342
Artwork (posters, photos, maps, prints etc.) for The Oxford of J J Faulkner (1798–1857): Grocer, Chartist and Temperance Advocate by Robert Sephton. Published 2001. Donated by the author's family after his death. For book see B.139 Document D.343
Article in Radley News, September 2002, by Stanley Baker entitled 'St Giles’s Fair, Oxford', September 1830. Document D.20
Extracts from The Old Radleian 1999 and 2000, re article Invasion 1940, and pillboxes. For photographs of pillboxes, see P.61 (i-iv); for printed booklet of the above article, see Books B.26; for Tony Money’s talk on disc, see A.69. Document D.34
Copy of article by Peter Higginbotham on the Abingdon Workhouse (copied from the author’s website with his permission). Document D.41
Brass rubbing of Memorial Brass to Thomas Radley and his wife in St Mary’s Church, Garsington, 1484, taken by Patricia Groser and presented by her. Mounted on a board. Also photocopy. Document D.49
Abingdon Soup Kitchen - List of subscribers and statement of accounts, Dec - Jan 1890-1. Copy document presented by Brian and Rita Ford. Document D.55
Extracts from the 1881 Census for Abingdon St Helens, in respect of the staff and inmates of the Abingdon Union Workhouse. Presented by Christine Wootton. Document D.59.1
Sunningwell. Extract from the Victoria County History for Berkshire, Vol. 4; downloaded by Stanley Baker from the British History Online website, October 2010. Document D.85.3
Abingdon St Helen's. Extract from the Victoria County History for Berkshire, Vol. 4; downloaded by Stanley Baker from the British History Online website, October 2010. Document D.85.4
Photograph of the Charter of Incorporation granted to Abingdon by Philip and Mary in November 1556, creating Abingdon as a free borough. Produced by the Abingdon Town Council in 2006 as part of the 450-year anniversary celebrations. Presented by Jean Deller. Document D.94
Article by Robert Sephton on Before the National Health Service – District Nursing Associations. Copy of article in Oxfordshire Local History News, Issue III, Summer 2007. For book by Robert Sephton entitled Bagley Wood District Nursing Association 1925-1948, see Books B.74. Document D.120.2
The Medieval Painted Ceiling, St Helen’s Church, Abingdon-on-Thames. Colour booklet, c.1991. Presented by Stanley Baker, December 2008. Document D.169
Burgus Abendon 1556-1956. Programme of a visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II [to Abingdon] on Friday 2 November 1956, being a Souvenir of the Celebrations for the Four Hundredth Anniversary of the Charter of Incorporation, granted 24 November 1556. Presented by Stanley Baker December 2008. Document D.170
St Helen’s Church: A Brief Guide by Mieneke Cox. July 1982. Presented by Stanley Baker, December 2008. Document D.171
Excavations at Marcham/Frilford, published by the University of Oxford c.2008. Document D.178
Facsimile copy of the Wootton and Boars Hill Enclosure Award and Map, 1796. Presented by Stanley Baker, February 2011. Also on disc and in maps archive. Document D.218
Copy of the article, Key Stages in the Development of Printed Maps of Oxfordshire, by John Leighfield, being the subject of his lecture to the Vale of the White Horse Branch of the Berkshire Family History Society on 21 February 2011 (presented by Brian Ford, March 2011). Document D.221
Key Stages in the Development of Printed Maps of Oxfordshire by John Leighfield. Typescript of the author’s presentation at Radley History Club’s meeting on 14 November 2011, including copies of the maps. John Leighfield also presented a disc containing Radley maps and this is at M.48. Document D.227
The Salvation Army in Oxford. Transcript of a talk given by Robert Sephton to Radley History Club on 9 January 2012. Document D.233
Copy of the talk entitled From Astrolabes to Einstein – 1000 Years of History in Oxford’s Old Ashmolean Building, given by Tony Gillman to Radley History Club on 10 September 2012.  Presented by the author. Document D.242.1
Report of the talk entitled 19th Century Emigration from Oxfordshire, given by Shaun Morley to Radley History Club on 8 October 2012  Document D.242.2
Report of the talk entitled Victorian Cowley, 1837 to 1903 given by Roseanne Butler to Radley History Club on 12 November 2012 Document D.242.3
Report of the talk entitled Common Lodging Houses in Victorian Times given by Liz Woolley to Radley History Club on 14 January 2013  Document D.242.4
Report of the talk entitled Oxfordshire Recusants - covert Catholics from Reformation to Emancipation, given by Tony Hadland to Radley History Club on 11 March 2013 Document D.242.6
Report of the talk entitled The Waterturnpike Murder given by Mark Davies to Radley History Club on 14 October 2013 Document D.242.12
Report of the talk entitled Children's Experiences of the Second World War in Oxfordshire given by Liz Woolley to Radley History Club on 11 November 2013  Document D.242.13
Report of the talk entitled Oxford in the History of Medicine given by Victoria Bentata Azaz to Radley History Club on 13 January 2014 Document D.242.14
Report of the talk about Friendly Societies in Oxfordshire given by Shaun Morley to Radley History Club on 9 June 2014 Document D.242.18
Report of talk entitled Horatio Davis, an Abingdon local hero? given by John Foreman to Radley History Club on 8 September 2014 Document D.242.20
Report of the talk entitled Beer, Sausages and Marmalade: food, politics and tourism in Oxford, by Liz Woolley, presented at the Radley History Club meeting on 11 May 2015 Document D.242.26
Report of the talk  entitled Oxford Eccentricity: How madly and badly the City and University have behaved over the last 900 years. Presented by Richard O. Smith at the Radley History Club meeting on 8 June 2015  Document D.242.27
Report of talk entitled From Catapults to Colliders: The History of the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus given by Tony Gillman to Radley History Club meeting on 13 July 2015 Document D.242.28
Report of talk entitled The Oxford Dambusters given by Tony Rogerson to Radley History Club meeting on 14 September 2015  Document D.242.29
Report  of the talk entitled The History of Salter's Steamers  presented  by Simon Wenham to Radley History Club on 12 October 2015 Document D.242.30
Report of the talk  entitled The City of Oxford during the Civil War 1642-1646 presented by Stephen Barker to  Radley History Club on 9 November 2015 Document D.242.31
Report of the talk entitled The Upper Thames Patrol (UTP) 1939-1945 presented by Bill King to the Radley History Club meeting on 11 January 2016 Document D.242.32
Report of the talk entitled Leisure and Entertainment in Victorian and Edwardian Oxford presented by Liz Woolley at the Radley History Club meeting on 8 February 2016 Document D.242.33
Report of the talk entitled The Thames presented by Andrew Sargent at the Radley History Club meeting on 14 March 2016.  Document D.242.34
Report of the talk entitled Abingdon's Lost Abbey given by Ian Brown to the Radley History Club meeting on 9 May 2016 Document D.242.36
Report of the talk entitled John Henry Brookes, the man who inspired a University given by Bryan Brown to Radley History Club on 12 September 2016 Document D.242.39
Report of the talk entitled A Berkshire village, its history and antiquities given by Julie Thorne to Radley History Club on 14 November 2016 Document D.242.41
Report of the talk entitled Oxfordshire's volunteers in the Spanish Civil War given by Colin Carritt to Radley History Club on 9 January 2017 Document D.242.42
Report of the talk entitled The Oxford Botanical Garden, the first 393 years given by Timothy Walker to Radley History Club on 13 February 2017 Document D.242.43
Abingdon Corporation Act 1951. Copy of the Act and map taken from the printed copy held in the Abingdon-on-Thames Town Council’s archives. Document D.248
List of Local History Groups in Oxfordshire, downloaded from the Oxfordshire Local History Association's website www.olha.org.uk on 19 January 2015. Document D.264
Shrieve's Cottage Dig in Sunningwell. Extract from the Newsletter of the Abingdon Architectural and Historical Society, Spring 2015. Document D.270.1
Book Reviews - Aspects of Abingdon's Past, Volume 7, reviewed by Richard Dudding and Abingdon in the Great War by Bob Frampton, reviewed by John Foreman. Extract from the Newsletter of the Abingdon Architectural and Historical Society, Spring 2015. Document D.270.2
Feature article - Of course, Abingdon used to be the County Town of Berkshire . . . or did it? By Manfred Brod. Extract from the Newsletter of the Abingdon Architectural and Historical Society, Spring 2015. Document D.270.3
Deeds for parishes in south-east Oxfordshire 1284-1555, published on CD (in original form) by Oxfordshire Record Office (disc only) Document D.318
The drainage and enclosure of Otmoor by Stanley Baker. Compiled in May 1999 from notes he had made in 1960. Not apparently published. Donated by his family after his death. Hard copy and disc. Document D.328
Dancing bear and handler outside the Wheatsheaf Inn (location unknown). Listed in the Peacock Collection of photos held by Oxfordshire Studies, Westgate Library, Oxford. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1 to P.62. Photo P.38.2
Four photographs of 1940 pillboxes at and near Collins Farm, Frilford. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1 to P.62. For CD of talk by Tony Money on the (Potential) German Invasion, 1940, see A.69; for booklet Invasion 1940 see Books B.26; for extracts from The Old Radleian see D.34. Photo P.61
Colour postcards presented by Eve Fennell:
(i) The Church of St Nicholas, Abingdon
(ii) The Market Square, Abingdon
(iii)  The Town [County] Hall, Abingdon
(iv) The Bridge and River Thames, Abingdon
(v) The River and St Helen’s Church, Abingdon
(vi) The River Thames at Abingdon
Photo P.73
Local history postcards published by Oxfordshire County Council Libraries – Set 6, Oxford University (part set only) comprising (i) Encaenia Procession outside Balliol College 1904, (ii) Encaenia Procession outside Oriel College 1899, (iii) New College Barge, Eights Week, c.1902 and (iv) Christ Church from St Aldates, c.1890. Presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005. Photo P.124.1
Three photographs of floods at Oxford 1894, comprising (i) Botley Road (ii) Abingdon Road (iii) Abingdon Road near Fox and Hounds Inn. Presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005. Photo P.124.2
Photograph of steam lorry crash at Abingdon Road, Oxford, early 1900s. Presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005. Photo P.124.3
Photograph of Queen Street from Carfax, Oxford, 1910. Presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005. Photo P.124.4
Two postcards of The Plough, Wheatley Bridge. Presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005. Photo P.124.5
Black and white aerial photograph of the centre and southern part of Abingdon (not dated). Presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005. Photo P.126
Photographs of William Turner pictures presented by Dennis Tyler, 2005: (i) River Thames at Abingdon (two copies), with explanatory text. (ii) Thames river scene, with explanatory text. (iii) Thames river scene (?)

Photo P.142
Three images of floods in Abingdon, June 2007. Photo P.146
Two aerial photographs of Cranbrook House, Kennington (demolished c.2002) and surroundings, taken by Major George W.G. Allen, a pioneer in the development of aerial survey for archaeological purposes. Presented by Robert Sephton, together with his note about Cranbrook House and information from the Ashmolean Museum about the copying of documents. For a booklet about Major Allen, see Books B.87. Photo P.163
Scene of RAF transport plane crash at Sutton Wick on 5 March 1957, with Stanley Dunsdon of 115 Lower Radley in foreground Photo P.200
Album of about 65 Local History Postcards published by Oxfordshire County Council Libraries, depicting scenes in the late 19th and early 20th centuries - Set 2  Recreation, Set 3  Transport, Set 4   Industries, Set 5  River Thames, Set 8  Jubilees, Set 11 Agriculture, Set 13 Oxford customs, Set 14 City of Oxford, Set 15 Weather, Set 17 City of Oxford 2, Set 18 Abingdon (these had belonged to Patricia Groser, former RHC Committee member, and were donated by her family following her death) Photo P.201
Prints of Oxford scenes from photos taken c.1888-1906.   Photo P.202.1
Christ’s Hospital, Abingdon. Talk by Michael Matthews, March 2003. Audiovisual A.61
St Helen’s Church Millennium Celebration Screen. Talk by Mary Barton, 12 May 2003. Audiovisual A.62
The (Potential) German Invasion of 1940. Talk by Tony Money. 9 February 2004. For booklet Invasion 1940, see Books B.26; for extracts from the Old Radleian relating to this subject, see Documents D.34; for photos of pillboxes, see Photographs P.61. Audiovisual A.69
Oxfordshire in World War II, by Dr Malcolm Graham. A talk presented to Radley History Club on 13 November 2006. 79 minutes 32 seconds. Audiovisual A.86
The White Horse of Uffington – The Oldest Hill Figure in England. Commentary by Liz Rothschild and David Miles. Gift from Doug Rawlinson, 2005. (CD-ROM for downloading and installation on computer.) Audiovisual A.89

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