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Collection Level Description: Photographs of Houses in Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire

Reference: MSS. Top. Berks. d. 33, e. 23-4
Title: Photographs of Houses in Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire
Dates of Creation: 19th-20th cent.
Extent: 3 shelfmarks
Name of Creator: Violet Mary Howse

Language of Material: English

Administrative/Biographical History

Violet Mary Howse (b 1906) of Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire (previously in Berkshire).

Scope and Content

Photographs of houses in Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire, 19th-20th century collected by Violet M. Howse, with (e. 23-4) descriptive list by Mrs. Howse of the photographs in d. 33 and of colour slides of houses in Stanford-in-the-Vale in MSS. Film 644-7.

Administrative Information

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Given to the Library by Violet M. Howse in 1969.

Access Conditions

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Further Information

Finding Aids

M. Clapinson and T.D. Rogers, Summary Catalogue of Post-Medieval Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Oxford. Acquisitions 1916-1975. (Oxford, 1991), vol. II, nos. 53768-70.

Related Units of Description

See also Photographs of the buildings and inhabitants of Goosey (Berkshire) collected by Mrs. Howse (MSS. Top. Berks. d. 55, e. 28), and a descriptive list of the coloured slides of Denchworth by Mrs. Howse (MS. Top. Berks. e. 25, and MS. Film 649).

Publication Note

See Violet M. Howse's published work, including Stanford-in-the-Vale churchwardens' accounts 1552-1725 (1987), Stanford-in-the-Vale churchwardens' accounts 1753-1906 (1990), Stanford-in-the-Vale Elizabethan terriers (1994), and Stanford-in-the-Vale early title deeds 1331-1509 (1994).

Access Points

Photographers | England

Photograph collections

Howse | Violet Margaret | b 1906

Berkshire (England)

Oxfordshire (England)

Stanford-in-the-Vale (England)

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