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The Lancashire and Cheshire                
Antiquarian Society

Founded 1883

Charity Registration No 1105708

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The main contents are:

Nevell, Michael; The Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society’s 140th birthday

Collins, Steve; 1883 - the founding blocks of the Society

Abram, Andrew; The Civil War account book of Colonel Robert Duckenfield

Houlbrook, Ceri and Powell, Michael; Chetham’s Library as a cabinet of curiosities

Hopkinson, Martin; Mottez in Manchester: The British paintings of Victor Mottez

Kidd, Alan; Rebuilding Manchester: the wartime debate on post-war reconstruction, 1941 - 45

Nevell, Michael; From industrial city to industrial archaeology: Manchester 1945 to 1983

Lambert, Michael; ‘Problem families’ in Burnley, 1940 - 70

Patel, Rowan; Medieval Little Sutton: St Werburgh’s Abbey and a township in south-east Wirral

Young, Simon; Lancashire folklore writing, 1829 - 1923: John Roby to G R Oakley

Spencer, Stephen; Glaziers’ and other marks on window glass dated 1874 to 1891 at Houghton Tower, Lancashire

Kemp, Carol; Rediscovering Radcliffe village cross

Wyke, Terry; Responding to distant suffering: Emergency charities in nineteenth-century Manchester

Lannon, David; Manchester Collegiate Church and Anglican Cathedral: A list of articles published in the Transactions 1882 - 2017

Nevell, Michael; Nico Ditch: Investigating an early medieval monument, 1883 to 2023