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Looking at Radley. An Architectural and Historical Survey of the earlier buildings [of Radley College] by M.T. Cherniavsky and A.E. Money. Radley College. 1981. Second copy presented by David Buckle. Book B.17
The Radley [College] Altarpiece by Tony Money. Contains a history of altarpieces and retables. 16pp and colour illustrations; published by Radley College c.2000. Presented by Brian and Rita Ford, June 2008. Book B.64
Radley Vicarage. Published by Radley History Club, 2005. 12pp. Book B.114
The Medieval Peasant House in Midland England by Nat Alcock and Dan Miles. Owbow Books, 2012. Contains information about No 46–48 Lower Radley, and Bakers Close, Lower Radley. Book B.124
Parish Register Aggregate Analyses by Roger Schofield, Hertfordshire Publications, 1998. Presented by Peter McWhirter. Book B.126
Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire. A short history and description of the house, gardens and estate. Published by the University of Oxford. Abbey Press, Abingdon. Third edition. 1984. 2nd edition presented by Carol Milward, February 2013. Book B.42
A Cruck House in Lower Radley, Berks, by David A. Hinton. Copy of an article relating to 35 Lower Radley, once owned by the Levetus family and now demolished, published in Oxoniensia, the journal of the Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society, Volume XXXII, 1967 (1969). Also a further copy with five photos of the demolition of the house, presented by Richard Dudding, November 2010 Document D.10
46/48 Lower Radley: Evolution and context of a late medieval cruck house. An essay by Richard Dudding, November 2010. 14 pp. Presented by the author. Document D.211
Wick Hall, Radley. Leaflet containing historical notes on the house and gardens. 1996. Document D.11
'Wick Hall, Radley – Inching Forward'. An extract from Jackson’s Oxford Journal 11 October 1890 and a triptych of photographs showing a brick building at Wick Hall being bodily moved to a new location. Presented by Paddy Dockar-Drysdale, September 2010. Document D.208
Extract from Oxford Gardens by Mavis Batey, Chapter 12 - Victorian Oxford - page 154, first published 1982, reissued by Scholar Press 1986. Relates to the gift by John Ruskin of a cottage and garden in Radley to a little girl. Document D.12
Front cover of Radley News, October 1994, showing a cottage in Whites Lane, formerly the village Post Office in Victorian times. See also Photographs in Photograph Album containing photographs P.1 to P.62. Document D.14
Front cover of Radley News, September 1999, showing the former village shop in Foxborough Road. Document D.15
Front cover of Radley News, August 2000, showing Chandlings Farm House, once the family home of the Deane family, photographed by Dick Deane of Park Farm, Radley. See also Document D.17. Document D.16
Front cover of Radley News, September 2000, showing Chandlings School (formerly Chandlings Farm House, see Document D.16), photographed in 1988 by Dick Deane of Park Farm, Radley. Document D.17
Copy of List of Listed Buildings in Radley. Also (downloaded from website www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk) a complete list of the 81 Radley Listed Buildings with the Listing Text and coloured extracts from OS sheets showing the location of the individual listed buildings. Document D.45
Copy of Report on the structural inspection of (Old) Radley Village Hall, made for Mr W.J. Gill by J.H. Hayward, Clerk of Works, Church Farm, Radley, on 19 December 1968. Document D.48
Copy of a report by David Clark of the Oxfordshire Buildings Record of the Survey of Peach Croft Barn, Radley, in Volume 35 of South Midlands Archaeology, 2005, pp. 84-87. Presented by Robert Sephton. Document D.99.2
Updated report by David Clark of the Oxfordshire Buildings Record re Peach Croft Barn, Radley, dated May 2011. Presented by John Homewood. Document D.99.3
Pages 20 and 21 of Weekend Newspaper 19 March 2009 containing an article entitled ‘A matter of historic record’ referring to agricultural buildings in Oxfordshire, including a picture of members of the Oxfordshire Buildings Record recording the barn at Peach Croft Farm, Radley. Document D.184
Report of RHC tour of Lower Radley, led by Richard Dudding and Rita Ford, on 8 July 2013 Document D.242.10
Report of the talk entitled 'Nuneham' given by Gavin Hannah to Radley History Club on 10 November 2014 Document D.242.21
The Bowyer Arms Public House (P/8530). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.28
Bowyer Arms, front. March 2002. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.13
Bowyer Arms, front. July 2002. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.14
Bowyer Arms, front and north side. July 2002. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.15
The Bowyer Arms pub sign erected by owners Greene King showing an incorrect Bowyer Shield and later replaced (colour photograph). Copy photograph presented by Doug Rawlinson. Photo P.150.14
The Bowyer Arms pub sign, as corrected, October 2001 (colour photograph). Copy photograph presented by Doug Rawlinson. Photo P.150.15
Photo taken in 1930s of the former thatched cottage at Church Road/Whites Lane, Radley, on opposite corner to the Church, with a letter to Rosemary Stafford (a member of Radley History Club) dated 18 January 2002 enclosing it. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. See also Documents D.14. Photo P.1
Village Post Office (junction of Whites Lane/Church Road). (Taunt Collection). In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.30
Radley Post Office, c.1970, ‘when the Broads were there’. Copy of photo owned by Christine Wootton. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.60
Radley Village Hall. September 2002. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.11
(i) No.6 Lower Radley under construction, 1933, with Old Village Hall in background.
(ii) Coronation Function at Old Village Hall, Lower Radley, 1953.
(iii) Old Village Hall, Lower Radley - Front View. 1974.
(iv) Old Village Hall, Lower Radley - Rear View. 1974.
Presented by David Lloyd, Chairman of the Village Hall Committee, April 2004.
Photo P.63
27 Lower Radley, with Ernest Villebois standing at front door. c.1922(?) (black and white photo). Photograph presented by Jean Deller, July 2011. Photo P.172.8
27 Lower Radley, when floods were up. c.1957(?) (black and white photo). Photograph presented by Jean Deller, July 2011. Photo P.172.9
Cottage (?44) Lower Radley (since demolished) in foreground and 2 cottages (?36 and 38) Lower Radley in background (OCL 19819). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.17
Pair of cottages 48 and 46 Lower Radley (OCL 19822). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.19
Pair of Cottages 57 and 59 Lower Radley (P/8521). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.15
Pair of Cottages 57 and 59 Lower Radley (as for P.144.15) but different view) (OCL 19818). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.16
Pair of cottages, 57 and 59 Lower Radley (OCL 82/1396). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.21
Pair of cottages (now demolished) on site of modern house 35 Lower Radley, with Neat Home Farm in background (OCL 19821). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.25
Neat Home Farm, Lower Radley (OCL 19826). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.20
Three cottages (now combined and called Spinneys Cottage), Lower Radley (P/8534). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.24
Spinneys Cottage (on left) and pair of Cottages 46 and 48 Lower Radley (on right), with two children in road (OCL 19827). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.26
90 Lower Radley and garden in snow. February 1982. Copy photograph from the David and Beryl Buckle Collection, presented by David Buckle. Photo P.79.7
90 Lower Radley (colour print). Copy photograph presented by Doug Rawlinson. Photo P.150.11
Rear of Rose Cottage Terrace, Nos. 115, 113, 111,109, 107 and 105 Lower Radley (OCL 19817). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.27
112 Lower Radley, home of Charles Ambridge 1875-1910 and William Charles Deller (grandson of the above) 1956-1983. Copy photograph presented by Jean Deller. Photo P.69.6
Three cottages at Lower Radley in 1930s (now Spinneys Cottage). Copy of original owned by Don Mattingley. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.51
Baker’s Close, Lower Radley, in 1930s. Copy of original owned by Don Mattingley. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.42
The Row and Baker’s Close, Lower Radley in snow. February 1982. Copy photograph from the David and Beryl Buckle Collection, presented by David Buckle. Photo P.79.8
Baker’s Close, Lower Radley, with a side extension and two girls looking over the chestnut pale fence (black and white photo). Photograph presented by Jean Deller, July 2011. Photo P.172.5
A later photograph of Baker’s Close, showing the house painted white and an upper storey on the side extension (black and white photo). Photograph presented by Jean Deller, July 2011. Photo P.172.6
Peacock Cottage, Lower Radley. June 2000. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.16
Pair of cottages (later combined and called Peacock Cottage) at Lower Radley (OCL 19824). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.22
Similar to P.144.22. (P/8535). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.23
Lower Farm House, Lower Radley. March 2003. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.17
Lower Farm House, Lower Radley. March 2003. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.18
Colour photo of Walnut Tree Cottage, Lower Radley, being re-thatched, 5 April 2006. Taken by Brian Ford. Photo P.85
Copy photograph of Walnut Tree Cottage, 25 Lower Radley, 1939, showing the walnut tree (since chopped down). Presented by Brian and Rita Ford. Photo P.171
Mattingley’s bungalow and garden, and Entrance on Green Lane, Lower Radley, in snow. February 1982. Copy photograph from the David and Beryl Buckle Collection, presented by David Buckle. Photo P.79.9
Dawson’s Cottage, Lower Radley, with Mrs. Dawson and her dog (black and white photo). Photograph presented by Jean Deller, July 2011. Photo P.172.7
Norfolk Cottage, Thrupp Lane, Radley (demolished in 1970s). In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.37
A painting of Wick Hall Lodge (or Olive Cottage), painted by Olive Wickison (the donor’s aunt). 1952. Presented by Janet Woollett. Photo P.91.2
Colour photo of Wick Hall Lodge, prior to new building works, September 2006. Presented by Brian Ford. Photo P.94
Large mounted photo of a room (? at Wick Hall). The photo has been damaged by having another photo stuck on top. Part of a collection of documents, photographs etc. presented by Charles Dockar-Drysdale, March 2009, the remainder of the collection being filed under Books B.76 and Documents D.182. See also disc found at P.207. Photo P.157.3
Pair of cottages at junction of Church Road and Whites Lane, the southerly one of which was formerly the Post Office (demolished for road improvement in 1950s) (OCL 19823). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.18
Council houses on west side of Church Road, Radley (OCL 19820). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period (except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.36
Dwellings at 75 Foxborough Road, Radley, comprising two semi-detached cottages known as Nuneham View and East View. 1940s. Presented by Janet Woollett. Photo P.91.1
Baylis’s Stores at 87 Foxborough Road, Radley and adjoining bungalows 89 to 97 Foxborough Road (P/8525). Photo P.144.29
Bungalows on north side of Foxborough Road, Radley (OCL 19825). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.30
Bungalows on north side of Foxborough Road, Radley (P/8524). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.31
Bungalows on north side of Foxborough Road, Radley (P/8522). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.32
Bungalows 77, 79, 81 and 83 Foxborough Road, Radley (P.8526). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period(except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.33
House and bungalows 59–69 (odd numbers) Foxborough Road, Radley, c.1937, before St James Terrace was built (P.8533). Photo P.144.34
New bungalows at New Road, Radley, c.1950. Copied from print owned by Brian Ford. In Photograph Album containing Photographs P.1–P.62. Photo P.57
Bungalows in New Road, Radley (P/8527). Photograph purchased from Oxfordshire Studies, 2006. Undated. but probably taken in the 1930–1950 period (except where otherwise stated). © Oxfordshire County Council (image number given in brackets). Photo P.144.35
Workhouses (with particular reference to the Abingdon Workhouse). Talk by Peter Higginbotham, 10 January 2005. Audiovisual A.78
Nuneham and the Harcourts. Talk by Dr Gerald Howat, 13 October 2003. Audiovisual A.65
Tour of part of Lower Radley by Radley History Club, led by Rita Ford and Richard Dudding, 8 July 2013; audio and images. Audiovisual A.92
Historical Tour of Lower Radley – devised and led by Rita Ford, 11 July 2005. Audiovisual A.15
Baker’s Close, Lower Radley. Copy of Graham Steinsberg’s Microsoft PowerPoint presentation with commentary about the destruction of Baker’s Close, Lower Radley, by fire on 14 March 2011 and its rebuilding. Shown by Graham on the house’s Open Day 8 September 2013. DVD created by Stanley Baker. Audiovisual A.33
An Evening at Thrupp – Radley History Club’s summer meeting, July 2006. Audiovisual A.18
An Evening at Wick Hall, Radley compiled from a camcorder film of the Radley History Club’s Summer Meeting on 16 July 2007 by John Harris (45 minutes). Audiovisual A.22

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