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Trevithick Journal
Posted: 08/06/2011 09:32:43
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The Trevithick Society produce an Annual Journal - I have just taken delivery of this

The Journal of the Trevithick Society No 37 2010, its soft back colour cover, size B5, 117 printed pages, includes several colour and black and white photos - articles include

Gurnards Head Mine - Peter Joseph,
Mining, Metallurgy and The Michell's Noel Mitchell,
The Cornish Copper Agents Story - Penny Watts- Russell,
Wheal Conquer - Gerald Williams,
A Letter from Matthew Loam (1794 - 1875) to his Nephew Matthew Loam - transcribed by Dorothy Mackay
Additional Information on the Tin Streams article published in Journal no 36 - Richard Williams
Obituary Francis Masahiro Trevithick Okuno (1928 - 2009) - Philip Hosken

Price £6.00 + P&P which I feel represents pretty good value - I have stock Journals for preceding years

http://moorebooks.co.uk/shelves/cart.php?target=product&product_id=19993&category_id=249

Mike
IP: 82.37.142.51 Edited: 08/06/2011 09:33:36 by Moorebooks
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