No 57 March 2018
Martin Cherry looks at the challenges and possible solutions for redundant historic Victorian mill buildings.
Members including co-founder Mark Girouard and deputy chairman Ken Moth recall the Society over the decades since its foundation.
Ruth Harman reflects on her worrk revising Pevsner's Sheffield and Southern half of the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Elaine Griffiths recounts the long and challenging path to its rescue.
Moses Jenkins on the war on mould in historic buildings.
An update on the Society's recent casework
Jane Kennedy on the work of Purcell on the restoration of the 1860s character of The Blue Room at Stowe.
Survey of London volume for Marylebone, William Fairbairn's biography, an Arts & Crafts compendium and Prettejohn on the Pre-Raphaelites.
A call from sculpture historian Philip Ward-Jackson to defend nineteenth-century public sculpture, new scholarships on models.
Edward Diestelkamp applauds Brian Morton's devotion to conservation