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FORTESCUE-FOULKES, R[ichard].
From Celtic Settlement to 20th Century Hospital. The Story of Poltimore House.

Description:
pp. 42. Frontispiece, 9 plates, double page map with illustrations to verso. PLUS a bifolium of 8 plates loosely inserted. Illustrated paper wrappers, the bifolium dusty at the fore-edge where protruding, else a very good copy. TOGETHER WITH : FORTESCUE-FOULKES, R. A Short History of Poltimore. No date [1976?]. N.p. pp. 16. Paper wrappers, duplicated typescript. A very good copy. TOGETHER WITH : ANON. The Village of Poltimore. N.p. N.d. [c.1980s?]. pp. 22, (ii). Decorated paper wrappers. Very good copy. TOGETHER WITH : OLD POLTIMORIANS' GUILD. News Leaflet, No. 4, September 1932. pp. (ii), 17, (i). WITH : Printed bifolium obituary to MISS C. M. WONTNER, late Headmistress of Poltimore Girls' College, Exeter with a real photograph post-card of her. Faint vertical fold crease of the Newsletter else a very good copy. TOGETHER WITH : THE WEST-COUNTRY MAGAZINE. Edited by E. M. CHANNING-RENTON. Volume III, no.11, Autumn 1938. The relevance here is the full-page advertisement for POLTIMORE COLLEGE, Boarding and Day School for Girls. A very good copy in paper wrappers.

Printed for 'The Friends of Poltimore Hospital', by C. J. Creed, Broadoak, Bridport.

Date Published: 1971.

Stock No. 62060

Price: 50.00

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