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Tile Tracings and Drawings

Reference code
Tile Tracings and Drawings
c 1950 - 1971
Level of description
Extent and format
1 box
Scope and content
Various Working Papers:

Tile tracing and drawings. Locations Including:
- Winchester cathedral
- Winchester museum
- Yateley
- Boxgrove Priory
- Preston Candover
- Wedmore
- Burton
- Ewelm
- Selborne Priory
- Tudor House Museum
- Dureford Abbey
- Farringdon
- Britford
- Plaitford
- Waverley Abbey
- Binsted
- Romsey Abbey
- Varieties of the "Two Birds" tile pattern

Instruction cards for taking tracings and brass rubbings

Handwritten notes on:
- Binstead Church
- Selborne Church
- Selborne Priory
- Alton

Correspondence, including:
-Correspondence with Phyllis Green and Arthur Green FSA (Hon Secretaries of The Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society). March 49 - Feb 52. 5pp
- Letter from W J Carpenter Turner (Architect to the Dean and Chapter of Winchester) describing tiles discovered on the day Knapp had visited the site. 2pp.21st July 1967
- Correspondence with Elizabeth Eames regarding the Winchester College tiles. 1966. 2pp
- Letter from Rev E V Tanner regarding tiles discovered in Preston vicarage garden. 9th March 1961. Includes photograph taken Aug 1960
- Correspondence with Bernard Price (BBC, “Talking about Antiques) regarding medieval paving tiles. June 1970. 2pp
- Letter from Elizabeth Eames, 2pp, 12th February 1954. Providing detail on tile drawings Knapp had sent her
- Correspondence from A G Buck Oct - Nov 1954 regarding his work on tiles in Somerset
Newspaper cuttings and article copies, including:
- Marked up copy of article from The Hampshire Field Club Proceedings - “The Medieval Paving Tiles of the Alton Area of N E Hampshire” by Rev GEC Knapp
- Article by Knapp, published in The Hampshire Herald and Alton Gazette - North and East Hants Observer. 18th February 1954. “Medieval Paving Tiles in the Alton District”. Ref printing block in Box 12
- Reprint of "Commonwealth Glass at West Worldham" by Rev GEC Knapp. Published in "The Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society Proceedings". 1955. 5pp
- Copy of “English Medieval Tiles” by F W Phillips. Article from “The Connoisseur - Pottery and Porcelain”. 6pp. undated
- Copy of article from Country Life. “Some 14th Century Midland Tiles” by N R Whitcomb. 3rd March1955. 3pp
- Publication on "The Excavation of a Roman Site at Middle Brook Street, Winchester, 1953". 4pp. 1954
Eames, Elizabeth (1918-2008), archaeologist and scholar
Knapp, George E C (1899-1971), clergyman and historian
Green, Arthur Robert (d 1955)
Turner, Wilfrid John Carpenter (fl. 1960s-1970s), Winchester Cathedral architect
Price, Bernard (fl. 1960s), broadcaster and writer