|Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey||July 2002|
|Number 71||Herbert Thomas SHAW
|ISSN 0309 - 8591|
|Published irregularly at Croydon by the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited, registered office : 96a Brighton Road, SOUTH CROYDON, Surrey CR2 6AD
Edited by Paul W Sowan, CNHSS Librarian
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Herbert Thomas SHAW [1912 - 2002] - PUBLICATIONS
Bertie Shaw, the husband of Muriel Elsie Shaw, was born on 23 April 1912 and died 4 March 2002. Most or all of the following are held in the Society's Library.
Thinking of the past while 20 storeys high. A history of Leon House, Croydon. Tate and Lyle Times, September 1968, 12 - 13 [Office block in Croydon High Street]
[With Gareth Bennett and June Broughton] A brief history of brewing in Croydon and Sutton, IN: Steve Baker, Real beer in Croydon and Sutton, 3 - 6.
Tea by two. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 1(3), 27 - 29 [John Horniman et al.]
Was he local? Croydon Advertiser, 30 March 1979 [Letter re: Sir George Gilbert Scott (not a Croydon resident), George Gilbert Scott (son, resident at Blunt House, Croydon), and John Oldrid Scott (George's brother, the last resident of Blunt House.)]
The Croydon Chartists. Typescript 4pp.
Famous former members: Frederick Baldiston. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 58, page 4.
The Graveney boat and brewing. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 47, 3 - 4.
Those sparrow-hawks were a flight of fancy! Beckenham Historian, 131, page 2.
W.E. Wilson J.P. Typescript 2pp. [William Edward Wilson, of Wilsons, tea and coffee merchants, caterers, etc]
J. Sainsbury's beginnings. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 4(2), 31 - 32. [Croydon branch, 1882]
John Maberly. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 52, page 6 [Resident of Shirley House]
Wilson the teaman. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 5(1), 21 - 23.
Bocherrowe: Butcher Row: Surrey Street. Typescript 3pp + photocopied documents 2pp
Tea by two and the Digest. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 6(1), 26 - 27 [The Horniman family and the tea trade]
The Carron Company and pillar boxes. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 62, 5 - 6.
The Croydon Microscopical Club. Photocopied typescript 8pp [Data from printed membership lists and the 1871 Census]
Duppas Hurst House. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 61, 4 - 5.
Edward VIII pillar boxes. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 60, page 6.
Marshall Liddle & Downy deeds, presented to the Society by courtesy of Mr. Green. Photocopied typescript 29pp.
A Nalder & Collyer boundary post from the Railway Hotel, Purley. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 61, page 3 [Iron marker formerly set in pavement at the junction of Purley High Street and Purley Road, now in the CNHSS Museum]
W.E. Wilson J.P. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 74, 2 - 3.
Domesday 1986. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 65, page 3.
Newspapers in the Museum file. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 63, 5 - 8.
The Peter McGow list of 32 Victorian letter boxes. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 64, 4 - 5.
Changing time at two Purley pubs. Local History Records Bourne Soc, 26, 4 - 5.
1066 and all that in the Society's Library. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 66, page 4.
The Hoare family. Beckenham Historian, 207, page 3.
A Nalder & Collyer boundary post from the Railway Hotel, Purley. Croydon Focus, 39, 32 - 33.
The Blunt House estate. Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 17(10), 263 - 268.
A Croydon brewery. Proc Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 17(10), 249 - 262 [Nalder & Collyer's, High Street, Croydon]
From Rhum to Whyteleafe - and back. Newsl Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc Archaeol Sect, 73, 3 - 4.
Was this Arthur's Zeppelin? Beckenham Historian, 230, page 3.
John Corbet Anderson and the 'Sketches at Lords'. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 91, pages 1 and 3.
Family of A.A. Milne. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 91, page 3 [Resident in Croydon / Purley]
The Grants building. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 91, page 7.
Letter re: Bermondsey history. Beckenham Historian, 245, page 8.
Blacking boys and the ragged school connection. Beckenham Historian, 252, page 7 [Croydon Ragged School]
Coombe Cliff. Beckenham Historian, 250, page 12.
The Gages of Haling. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 92, 2-3.
A meeting of importance. Croydon Advertiser, 28 August 1992 [Inaugural meeting of the Croydon branch of the Chartist movement, held 10 January 1842 at the 'Rising Sun', North End, Croydon]
Thomas Keen. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 93, page 3.
Croydon's first berebrewhouse. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 94, 3-4.
Off target. Beckenham Historian, 255, page 6 [Letter]
The ragged school museum. Beckenham Historian, 256, page 4.
A fitting tribute to Tom Lockyer. Croydon Advertiser, 15 April 1994 [Cricketer]
Our national myths. Beckenham Historian, 273, page 6.
Pub memorial. Croydon Advertiser, 18 February 1994 [Letter re: The Ship, Croydon High Street, and Jabez Spencer Balfour]
Frederick Baldiston - printer. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 99, 3 - 4.
A lesson in public relations? Beckenham Historian, 283, page 6.
A visit to the Greyhound. Croydon Advertiser, 8 December 1995 [re. a Sherlock Holmes story set in Croydon]
The Bourne. Bull Bourne Soc, 164, 6 - 7 [Poem composed by Ron Latham]
Caterham Valley shops. Bull Bourne Soc, 165, page 5 [Letter]
[Joy Gadsby] The Nalders - Bulletin 165, page 21. 166, page 27 [Note by Joy Gadsby acknowledging HTS's research]
Croydon hero. Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 102, page 4 [Robert Wright]
Croydon's missing link? Croydon Advertiser, 29 August 1997 [Bell Hill, between High Street and Surrey Street]
The golden spur. Bull Bourne Soc, 167, 26 - 27 [Sir Francis Head]
The Harrow, Farleigh. Bull Bourne Soc, 169, 7 - 8.
How Peter kept us posted. Croydon Advertiser, 25 April 1997 [Victorian letter boxes in Croydon]
Pioneering without politics. J Croydon Airport Soc, 32, 16 - 17 [Reprinted from The Aerodrome, 18th August 1944, with comment.]
Sarah Siddons and Benjamin Haydon. Beckenham Historian, 303, page 7.
Historic Clare. Beckenham Historian, 319, page 6 [Clare (Suffolk)]
Memories flooding back! Beckenham Historian, 318, page 6.
Herbert Shaw (1912 - 2002) [By Muriel E. Shaw] Beckenham Historian, 349, page 8.
Herbert T. Shaw, Obituary, Croydon Advertiser, 15 March 2002, page 22.
Anon. (2002). Obituary Herbert Thomas Shaw - 1912 to 2002, Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 116, 2-3.
Paul W Sowan
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