The Preservation of Ancient Monuments

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The Preservation of Ancient Monuments

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The Preservation of Ancient Monuments
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Heasman, A

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IT is stated in the Conference Programme that my paper is to give an outline of the methods of repair adopted by the Office of Works and to describe in detail some works of major importance in Yorkshire. A. Heasman

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