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Mary was the next place on the programme, after which came Stonham Aspal, Mickfield and Stonham Parva. The most important church visited during the day was Earl Stonham. In the new schoolroom at Earl Stonham had been collected a good series of antiquarian remains, obtained in the excavating of a field of about half an acre of glebe. 3 Needham Market was nicely placed in the middle of the county and from its station there one could travel north, south, east and west with no great difficulty. Members usually made an excursion of this kind a cultural excuse for a little holiday and many of them would reckon to spend three or four days in the area, staying with friends or at a nearby hotel, in this case perhaps at Stowmarket or Ipswich.
It was fortunate for the future of British typography that he was from 1883 onwards brought into close connection with William Morris in Hammersmith. ' After Morris's death in 1896, Walker joined with T. J. Cobden Sanderson in the starting of a new venture, the Doves Press, carried on at the same high level. 'The improvement in the appearance of the everyday book during the past thirty years or so is almost a commonplace with us, but not everyone is conscious of how greatly the advance is due to the skill and enthusiasm of our late Fellow.
When Sir John Lubbock bought Avebury, enough people had become sensitive to the value of history-in-the-field to create a pressure group of sorts, although the size of this should not be exaggerated, and for this the county archaeological societies must certainly be given a 54 A Social History of Archaeology 12. 1911. An artist's impression in the Illustrated London News of life in Meare Lake Village, Somerset, following the H. St. George Gray excavations there. Rediscovering Britain 55 large part of the credit.
A Social History of Archaeology: The British Experience by Kenneth Hudson (auth.)