A small collection on Greenwich, Blackheath, Woolwich etc
Histories and aspects of South East London
This is a small collection of books on the South East London areas of Greenwich, Blackheath, and Woolwich, and environs. Mixed bindings.
1. E F E Jefferson, The Woolwich Story 1890–1965. Published in 1975, reprint. Hardback. Very good condition.
2. Beryl Platts, A History of Greenwich. Published by David & Charles, 1973). First edition, hardback in dustwrapper. Good plus condition.
3. Sylvia White, Resonances—A Childhood View of blackheath and Elsewhere in Wartime. Published by the author, 2005. First paperback edition. Ex-library but readable.
4. Robert J Harley, Greenwich and Dartford Tramways, including Eltham and Bexley. Published by Middleton Press, 1993. First edition hardback. Good condition, with a few pencil annotations.
5. Neil Rhind, The Heath—A Companion volume to Blackheath Village and Environs. Published by Booksop Blackheath, 1987. First edition, paperback. Good condition.
6. Roy Millward & Adrian Robinson, Lower Thameside. Published by Macmillan, 1971. Paperback. First edition. Good condition.
7. Christopher S Rule, The Industrial Archaeology of South East London. Published by Goldsmiths' College, 1982. Paperback. Good condition.
8. Mary Mills, Greenwich Marsh—The 300 Years before the Dome. Published by M Wright, 1999. First edition. Paperback. Good condition.
9. K D Clark, Greenwich and Woolwich in Old Photographs. Published by Alan Sutton in 1990. First edition, paperback. Very good condition.
10. Gerard L Baker, Blackheath, The Story of the Royal Hundred. Published by The Morden Society, 1925. First edition, card covers. Fair condition, some damage to the spine and foxing throughout.
11. Also included are brochures for Greenwich (Palace, Hospital, College), A Citizens Guide to the London Borough of Greenwich, Blackheath Centenary 1871–1971, and The Queen's House—A Royal Palace by the Thames.
All items are in good readable condition, but some with wear.
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