The House library

Our collection of 18th and 19th century texts, and contemporary works on architecture, design, construction, and history.
Focused principally on the Georgian and Victorian eras, the library contains texts on architecture, construction, interior design, and social, political, and economic history. The collection includes original works from the 18th and 19th centuries, contemporary material from established publishing houses, and self published pamphlets such as the Town House Times, our friends' newsletter.

Title Authorsort descending Categories
The building of Bath Architecture - Bath, Georgian architecture - Bath
Dyke Railway Trail Devils Dyke - Walking tour
Buildings in progress: Soane’s views of construction [An exhibition of drawings at the Soane Gallery] Architecture - England - 18th century, Architecture - England - 19th century
Breezy Brighton Brighton - illustrated history
Sussex Cigar Stores Sales - catalogue
MacConnal-Mason Gallery, London Art Galleries - London
Making history: Antiquaries in Britain 1707-2007 Exhibitions - Catalogues
Grand Panorama of London from the Thames: extending from the new Houses of Parliament to Greenwich Hospital London, Panoramas
Railway Chronicle Travelling Charts or Iron Road books for perusal on the journey … London and Brighton Railways - History
House 2012: Brighton & Hove 5-27 May Brighton Festival - 2012, House - 2012
Artists Open Houses: Brighton and Hove Artists Open House
The Foundry Street event: Brighton & Hove Open Door 2008, programme pt 2 Brighton, North Laine
Concise English dictionary Dictionaries - English language
W.F. Turk Antique clocks: sales and repair [brochure] Sales cataolgues
Conservation areas in Hove & Brighton: a residents guide Brighton - Conservation areas, Hove - Conservation areas
The Wordsworth Thesaurus Thesaurus
Normanby Park: Guide to hall, gardens, park and farming museum Normanby Hall Country Park
World Architecture: an illustrated history Architecture
Parsons, Son and Basley 1825-1975 Estate agents, Brighton, History
The Keep: a new historical resource centre for East Sussex and Brighton & Hove Buildings, Brighton, Hove

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