Huddersfield Local History Society: Journal 29 (2018)

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  • Death on the Home Front (Pam Brooke)
  • Homes Fit for Heroes: Victory Avenue (Christine Verguson)
  • Under Castle Hill: Finding Home from Home in Huddersfield (Phil Wood)
  • Marsden Manor: The Metropolitan Connection (Peter Whitehead)
  • Chief Constable Ward’s “Pleasant Trip” to Spain: A Tale of Embezzlement, Extradition and the Enforcement of the Law in Victorian England (David Taylor)
  • Dispersal Bussing in Huddersfield during the 1960s and 1970s: Solving “the Problem” of Immigrant Children (Joe Hopkinson)
  • George Faulkner Armitage: An[Other] Arts and Crafts Designer in Huddersfield (David Griffiths)
  • Two Huddersfield Politicians and their Connections with the Wessenden Valley, Marsden (Christine Piper)
  • Our Local “Order of Chivalry”: Huddersifeld’s Jubilee Freemen in 1918 (Anne Brook)
  • Huddersfield’s Legal and Political Pioneer: Mary E. Sykes (1896-1981) (Katie Broomfield)