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Major Accessions to Repositories 1994 relating to Brewing

Birmingham Central Library, Archives Division

  • Brewery History Society: printed books and pamphlets relating to the history of brewing, 19th-20th centuries1865)

Cambridgeshire County Record Office, Huntingdon

  • Paine & Co Ltd, brewers, St Neots: deeds of brewery, etc, 1691-1988; leases of brewery and public houses in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hunts, 1822-1991 (Acc. 4242)

Clwyd Record Office, Hawarden

  • White Horse Hotel, Overton: spirit stock books 1889-1953 (D/DM/1219)

Cornwall Record Office

  • Whitbreads plc: architectural plans of licensed premises, 1970-80s (AD 1045)

Cumbria Record Office, Barrow

  • James Robinson & Son, auctioneers, Barrow-in-Furness: miscellaneous records, incl valuation lists for public houses and other properties, 1896-1968 (BDB 54)

Devon Record Office

  • Whitbreads plc: plans of alterations to public houses, c1960-90 (D 5215)

South Humberside Area Archive Office

  • Isaac Burkhill, spirit merchant, Winteringham: cash book, 1842-57 (526/4/1)

Lancashire Record Office

  • Account book of tavern bills, Clitheroe area, 1852-56 (DP 470/1)
  • Taylor, Son & Platt, architects and surveyors, Burnley: records, including files and plans of public houses, late 19th and 20th centuries (DDX 1101)

Leicestershire Record Office

  • Everards Brewery Ltd, Leicester: Newfoundpool Inn title deeds, 1869-77 (DE 4509)

Corporation of London, Guildhall Library

  • PB Burgoyne & Co, wine merchants: out-letter book, 1884-86 (Ms 29450)
  • Sinclair Birch & Co, wine and spirit merchants: records, 1862-1915 (Ms 29188)
  • WW Pownall & Co, wine merchants: out-letter book, 1895-98 (Ms 29451)

Oldham Archive Service

  • Oldham Brewery: copy plans and schedules for building works to public houses etc, 1980s (1994.006)

Tameside Local Studies Library

  • Tameside Licensed Victuallers Association: records, 1875-89 (2544)