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Beach Huts And Bathing Machines

Author : Kathryn Ferry
ISBN : 0747807000
Genre : History
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Behind the enduring popularity of beach huts lies a story of classic British eccentricity. Immensely photogenic and appealing, these colorful seaside buildings are direct successors of the Georgian bathing machine, which first appeared in the 1730s as a peculiar device to protect the modesty of rich and fashionable bathers. Kathryn Ferry paints a picture postcard view of the classic British seaside holiday through the history of beach huts and bathing machines, revealing how the changing fashions in society shaped their design and development. A fascinating celebration of the evolution of the beach hut from its unusual beginnings, to its status as a much-loved and sought-after structure by many a British holiday maker to this day.
Category: History

Beach Huts

Author : Karen Averby
ISBN : 9781445665757
Genre : Architecture
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The beach hut is an integral part of the British seaside, and is no less popular now than it has ever been. This is the story of these quirky buildings.
Category: Architecture

Histories Of Tourism

Author : John K. Walton
ISBN : 1845410319
Genre : Business & Economics
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This collection of essays presents develops the historical dimension to tourism studies through thematic case studies. The editor's introduction argues for the importance of a closer relationship between history and tourism studies, and an international team of contributors explores the relationships between tourism, representations, environments and identities in settings ranging from the global to the local, from the Roman Empire to the twentieth century, and from Frinton to the 'Far East'.
Category: Business & Economics

The Mysterious Beach Hut

Author : Jacky Atkins
ISBN : 9781606934340
Genre : Fiction
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Holly, 12, and her sister, Beth, 9, are in their Brighton beach hut one day when there is a knock at the door. Marjorie, the little girl they meet, is somehow different, and very soon a friendship develops that mysteriously transports them to the summer of 1914 and the eve of the outbreak of war.
Category: Fiction

The Clock Cafe Story

Author : David Fowler
ISBN : 9781291480443
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Scarborough Snippets

Author : David Fowler
ISBN : 9781291467093
Genre : History
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'Living in the past. It's always said pejoratively, as if the past is necessarily inferior to the future, or at any rate less important; nobody's ever condemned for looking forward, only back. But the truth is that we live in the past, whether we like it or not. That's where our life takes shape. Somewhere ahead, however near or far, is the end. But behind, shrouded in clouds of forgetting, lies the beginning'. This book about Scarborough IS unashamedly about looking back from the first mention of Scarborough in 8000 BC to the present day. It is not a formal history; rather a miscellany of interesting facts culled from many sources stretching back over the years.
Category: History

The Horseman S Word

Author : Roger Garfitt
ISBN : 9781446476253
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In a memoir as vivid and unpredictable as any novel we follow Roger Garfitt on his journey from stable boy to jazz dancer, from Oxford dandy to Sixties drop-out. We see him on horseback with the Riding Master to the Kings of Portugal and in a beatnik pad with Redmond O'Hanlon. We watch as he is introduced to David Bowie and realises that the wrong one has come as the rock star. We follow him back to the Norfolk village where as a small child he had glimpsed the world through his grandfather's eyes and we are inside his head as he gradually cuts loose from the real world, eventually being committed to a locked ward in a mental hospital. Written with a poet's gift for language, The Horseman's Word is an account of what it is like to feel the world too acutely, to love too obsessively, to go right to the very edge and, miraculously, survive.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

England S Seaside Resorts

Author : Allan Brodie
ISBN : PSU:000062644969
Genre : Architecture
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For three centuries people have headed to the seaside. Although this was initially limited to a few wealthy people in search of cures for their ailments, during the 19th and 20th centuries a day at the seaside came within the reach of everyone. This change in the type and numbers of visitors has had a huge impact on coastal towns, transforming them from small working towns to the lively resorts we know, and love, today. Seaside resorts differ from inland towns in a number of important ways; there are types of buildings designed to entertain visitors and the character of all types of structures near the seafront have an exuberance rarely matched elsewhere. England's Seaside Resorts, the culmination of four years of research, combines new information derived from the resorts themselves with a re-examination of many of the most significant, original documents. All stretches of the coastline, and all sizes of resorts, have been studied to explain what gives the seaside towns their special character. A large number of new photographs taken for this project, along with a selection of historic images from the National Monuments Record, provide a unique insight into England's favourite holiday destinations. So pack up your buckets and spades and enjoy a trip to the seaside.
Category: Architecture

The 1950s Kitchen

Author : Kathryn Ferry
ISBN : 9780747811602
Genre : Cooking
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The 1950s was the first great age of the modern kitchen. Labour-saving appliances, bright colours and the novelty of fitted units moved the kitchen from dankness into light, where it became the domain of the happy housewife and the heart of the home. New space-age material Formica, decorated with fashionable patterns, topped sleek cupboards that contained new classic wares such as Pyrex and 'Homemaker' crockery, and the ingredients for 1950s staples: semolina, coronation chicken and spotted dick. Electricity entered the kitchens of millions, and nowhere in the home was modern technology and modern design more evident. Bold colour, clean lines and stainless steel were keynotes of the decade. This book – a celebration of cooking, eating and living in the 1950s kitchen – is a feast of nostalgia, and a mine of inspiration for anyone wanting to recreate that '50s look in their own home.
Category: Cooking

Eastbourne Through Time

Author : Kevin Gordon
ISBN : 9781445628042
Genre : History
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The fascinating history of Eastbourne, illustrated through old and modern pictures.
Category: History

Herne Bay Through Time

Author : John Clancy
ISBN : 9781445640327
Genre : Photography
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This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Herne Bay has changed and developed over the last century.
Category: Photography

Country Life

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123443868
Genre : Country life
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Category: Country life

The English Seaside

Author : Peter Williams
ISBN : STANFORD:36105120013771
Genre : Photography
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There is a powerful sense of place at the seaside. You know what to expect. Fishing villages usually have a pier, boats, lobster pots, and masses of seagulls while resort towns have esplanades, piers, grand hotels and gardens. Certain seaside towns have just about everything: Weymouth, for example, has a grand parade of hotels, a wide esplanade and a small fishing village. Blackpool has more of everything - three piers, miles of hotels, the Tower, Winter Gardens, trams, illuminations - but no fishing and no castle! There is something about the seaside that brings out the beating heart of John Bull in the English: doggedly erecting our wind-breaks to capture every vestige of a watery sun; wrestling with deckchairs; wrapping up against the determined wind on the verandas of our beach huts; accepting that 'sand' in 'sandwich' means just that! But we still love it and nowhere else in the world can match its myriad charms and eccentricities. For too long the English seaside has suffered from bad press, accused of being tatty, cold grey and windswept. Peter Williams' evocative photographs in this fully revised edition of his acclaimed book will make you want to rediscover what a fantastic place the seaside is - full of character, charm and 'Englishness'.
Category: Photography

Spiked

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105113337864
Genre : English poetry
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Category: English poetry

Hats And Headwear Around The World A Cultural Encyclopedia

Author : Beverly Chico
ISBN : 9781610690638
Genre : Reference
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This concise encyclopedia examines headwear around the world, from ancient times to the modern era, comprising entries that address cultural significance, religion, historical events, geography, demographic and ethnic issues, fashion, and contemporary trends. • Vividly documents the fundamental human experience and universal practice of adorning the head • Highlights the global community and cultural linkages of headwear function, material, and style • Directly relates hats to race, religion, ethnicity, gender, usage, and form • Enables greater understanding of human diversity throughout time by tracing the development of headgear • Provides dozens of sidebars to pique reader interest and offer short, witty, funny, or pertinent content
Category: Reference

A History Of The County Of Essex

Author : Christopher Thornton
ISBN : 1904356397
Genre : History
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An important contribution to the social, cultural and economic history of seaside resorts.
Category: History

Beside The Sea

Author : Peter Ashley
ISBN : STANFORD:36105115175528
Genre : Seaside architecture
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It could be a row of gaily-colored beach huts, a red corrugated-iron lifeboat station or a film star customs house. Pleasure pier or fishermen's hut, this tour of the coast sets out to discover buildings imbued with a maritime flavour, be they for work or pleasure.
Category: Seaside architecture

Sarah And I

Author : Sylvia Brockway
ISBN : MINN:31951002104721Y
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