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ASCHB Transactions

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Transactions is the annual journal of the Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings. It provides a permanent record of some of the proceedings at ASCHB lecture meetings and conferences, but contributions on other aspects of the historic environment from members and other interested professionals are also included.

Due out in Spring 2017, Vol 39 offers:

The Office: Listing Commercial Buildings 1965-95 – Roger Bowdler

The Edwardian Trade in Architectural Salvage and the Fashion for 'Queen Anne' – Helen Ensor

Design and Conservation: Two Sides of the Same Coin – Colin Kerr

St Jude-on-the Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb – Margaret Davies

The Restoration and Remodelling of 12 Bedford Row, Holborn – Eleni Makri

Conservation of the Iron Bridge, Shropshire 1779-2018 – Jacqueline Heath

Jane Fawcett: In Memoriam – Roger France

 

Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings

The Association was founded in 1968 and aims to keep members informed on all aspects of building conservation by providing a forum for meetings, lectures and discussions and by arranging visits to buildings, work-in-progress and places of interest. Membership, now about 400 strong, is by invitation and is open to those professionally engaged in work relating to the conservation of historic buildings. See www.aschb.org.uk.

 

Cathedral Communications currently publishes for Archaeology Scotland, ASCHB, the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation. Please contact Cathedral if you need help with your publications.

 

 

 

 

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