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Guidebooks - A Planner’s Tool

The United Nations declared 1967 as the International Tourist Year. It was around then that Arthur Frommer started writing his Europe of $5 a Day books. 762 more words

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Northern Nature Trading

Have you visited the Northern Nature Trading program at the Mary J.L. Black Library yet? Located in the Commons Room, Northern Nature Trading (NNT) is an interactive program developed by Science North and has been available to the public at Mary J.L. 409 more words

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Kildrummy and Glenbuchat Castles

Kildrummy and Glenbuchat castles are close to each other in Aberdeenshire. The Ministry guidebook was prepared by W. Douglas Simpson in 1957. Simpson had prepared a series of studies on Kildrummy from 1923 to 1937. 61 more words

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Old Sarum: guidebooks

I have noted before the 1922 Office of Works guide to Old Sarum. In 1965 H. de S. Shortt prepared an illustrated guide to Old Sarum for the MPBW in the format that had been produced in the 1950s for other sites in State Guardianship. 248 more words

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Beauly Priory

Beauly Priory in Inverness-shire was a Valliscaulian foundation of 1230, by Sir John Bisset. The paper guide was prepared by William Douglas Simpson (1896-1968) in 1954; a second edition was published in 1978. 47 more words

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Inchcolm Abbey: guidebooks

Inchcolm Abbey was placed in State Guardianship in 1924. The remains was conserved by J. Wilson Paterson, the architect in charge of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings in Scotland.  117 more words

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Routledge Philosophy GuideBook to Spinoza on Politics (Routledge Philosophy GuideBooks)

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