Summary Content of Some Back Issues
(Nos. 1-10, 15, 20-23, 26 and 37 are out of print)
- VOLUME 11 (1980) Articles include: Dendrochronology; Brick bonds, Roof types.
- VOLUME 12 (1981) Articles include: Timber construction techniques; Roofs in Avon; Building repair accounts; Brick and tile making; Mathematical tiles.
- VOLUME 13 (1982) Articles include: Houses in Greece; Brick buildings in Somerset; Straw rope underthatch in south-west Wales; Tree-ring dates for buildings with oak timber.
- VOLUME 14 (1983) Articles include: Aspects of Norwich buildings before 1700; the interpretation of vernacular architecture; Great Rebuilding; Charleston, South Australia; Domestic wall painting in the north-west.
- VOLUME 16 (1985) Articles include: Vernacular Architecture of France - an assessment; Half-hipped roofs in pre-17th century Somerset buildings; timber-framed shops 1300-1600.
- VOLUME 17 (1986) Articles include: Colonial building techniques in south Australia; Aisled halls in England and Wales; Peasant houses in Mojacar, Spain.
- VOLUME 18 (1987) Articles include: Is clay lump a traditional building material?; Building accounts for enlarging a farm building in Cumbria; Dating by dendrochronology of three Northamptonshire halls; Greek vernacular architecture.
- VOLUME 19 (1988) Articles include: Time and Chance; Clay lump in south Norfolk; Post-medieval roof trusses in Staffordshire farm buildings; early carpentry in the Rows of Chester; Orientation of threshing barns.
- VOLUME 24 (1993) Articles include: Earthfast posts; early chimneys in East Anglia; Low Cost Housing in Cumbria; Sequence of timber assembly in Essex. Tree-ring index 1988-1992.
- VOLUME 25 (1994) Articles include: Ships' timbers -some evidence from Norfolk; Identifying and classifying masons' marks; Arlington Row, Bibury, Gloucs - early conversion of an industrial building; Tree-ring dates.
- VOLUME 27 (1996) Articles include: Cruck distribution -a social explanation; Time and place; Medieval carpentry in Staffordshire; Late medieval houses in Wales; The meaning of insethouse.
- VOLUME 28 (1997) Articles include: History and Vernacular Architecture; Vernacular Architecture: the loss of innocence; The unfulfilled wider implications of Vernacular Architecture studies; The origin of clay lump in England; Detached Kitchens in Sussex.
- VOLUME 29 (1998) Articles include: The use of chalk as a building material on the Yorkshire Wolds; Barns in Gloucestershire up to 1900; Medieval Somerset roofs; The management of rural building in 17th century Buckinghamshire; Transportation and the supply of construction materials -an aspect of traditional building management; various case studies; Tree-ring index.
- VOLUME 30 (1999) Articles include: 12th and 13th century domestic architecture north of the Loire; Late 12th and early 13th century aisled buildings -a comparison; The Somerset Dendrochronology project -phase 3; Deptford Houses -1650-1800; Tree-ring dates.
- VOLUME 31 (2000) Articles include: The symbolic hall; the buildings of rural Ingatestone, Essex, 1556-1601; End Reversal in the conversion of medieval houses in Sussex; Management attitudes towards reusing materials in traditional Cumbrian buildings; Post-medieval roof structures; Blind backs; softwood dendrochronology.
- VOLUME 32 (2001) Articles include: Archaeological evidence and analysis; Detached kitchens; Moving houses on Long Island; Documentary sources case study; Paper roofs; An early cruck building; Distribution of tree-ring dates.
- VOLUME 33 (2002) Articles include: Clay Dabbins of the Solway Plain; Display, Status and the Vernacular Tradition; Plan-forms in smaller post-medieval houses in Norfolk; Miles Standish House, Duxbury, Mass, and its antecedents.
- VOLUME 34 (2003) Articles include: Small Aisled Halls in Essex; Survival Rates in Sussex; Inner rooms and chambers in Sussex transitional houses; Wall paintings in Welsh Marches; A detached bell-tower in Herefordshire; Dendrochronology in Scotland.
- VOLUME 35 (2004) Articles include: Documentary sources; Conversion of trees to timber in the Weald; Dating of Brick Chimneys; Cranked Inner Principals; Building Regulations in 18th C Highlands; Development of Newark; Early New England Buildings.
- VOLUME 36 (2005) Articles include: The origin of crucks; Vicars Choral accommodation; Ritual marks; Housing the urban poor in 1800; smoke control; remodelling of medieval roofs; Carpenters' marks in Arabic numerals.