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Proper Google-friendly linked tables-of-contents for the full-text online archive of the Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society, 1921-1996:

The Society appears to have erroneously uploaded volume 50 on the volume 49 page. It also has a broken link to volume 36, corrected here. Many thanks to the various book dealers from whose online lists I borrowed these TOCs.


TRANSACTIONS OF THE ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOCIETY 1921-1926

Contents:

SUNG CELADON
A MONOGRAPH ON THE COPPER-RED GLAZES
YING CH’ING, JU AND CH’AI YAO
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SAMARRA
THE EARLIEST ARRIVALS OF PRE-MING WARES IN THE WEST
THE CHEMISTRY OF THE TEMMOKU GLAZES
THE IRIDESCENCE ON EARLY CHINESE LEAD GLAZES
ON SOME POTTERIES IN KIANGSU AND ANHWEI
GLAZED HAN POTTERY
SOME NOTES ON THE EARLY POTTERY OF THE NEAR EAST

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1926-1932

Contents:

A Plea for Lead Glazes of the Sung Dynasty by J.N. Collie
Chinese Porcelain Fragments from Aidhab, and Some Bashpa Inscriptions by R.L. Hobson
An Account of the Examination of Some Specimens of Ying Ch’ing Porcelain by Sir Herbert Jackson
Origins of Lustre by W. King
Potsherds from Brahminabad by R.L. Hobson
A Note on Certain Fragments of Pottery from Fustat by Sir Herbert Jackson
Purple Ting by A.L. Hetherington
Peking Notes by R.L. Hobson
Seljuk and Early Osmali Pottery of Miletus by Professor Sarre
Notes on Chinese Ceramics by O.C. Raphael
A Bowl in Stockholm by George Eumorfopoulos
Chinese Porcelain Jar in the Treasury of San Marco, Venice by O.C. Raphel
The Connexion between the Pottery of Miletus and the Florentine Maiolica of the Fifteenth Century by Professor Friedrich Sarre
The Hsuan-te Ink-Palette by Sir Percival David
The Shoso-in Pottery by Sir Percival David

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1933-1934

Contents:

CHINESE PORCELAIN AT CONSTANTINOPLE
HSIANG AND HIS ALBUM
LES FAIENCES TURQUES (TURKISH TILES)
CHINA AND EGYPT
LATER PERSIAN POTTERY

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1934-1935

Contents:

R. L. Hobson: A Chinese Pottery Pillow
Leonard Woolley: Sumerian Pottery
A. L. B. Ashton: Early Blue and White in Persian MSS
C. G. Seligman: Early Pottery from Southern China
Bernard Rackham: Turkish Pottery

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1935-1936

Contents:

M. S. Collis: Fresh light on the route taken by Export Porcelains from China to India and the Near East during the Ming Period
Sir John Home: A Ming Bowl at Bologna
R. L. Hobson: Notes on a visit to Hangchow
H. C. Gallois: About T’ang and Ta Ts’in
Bluett: The Nien Hao and Period Identification

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1936-1937

Contents:

R. L. Hobson: Descriptions of Specimens
R. L. Hobson: Yueh Ware and Northern Celadon
Sir Percival David: A Commentary on Ju Ware
G. Hedley: Yi-Hsing Ware
Alan Barlow: The Collector and the Expert

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1937-1938

Contents:

A. D. Brankston: Description of Specimens
A. L. Hetherington: The Why and Wherefore of Chinese Crackle
R. S. Jenyns: The Polychrome Wares of the Near East
Arthur Lane: The Early Sgraffito Ware of the Near East
Peter Boode: A Visit to the Yun Caves

Transactions of The Oriental Ceramic Society 1938-1939

Contents:

CHINESE CERAMICS: A RETROSPECT
AN EXCURSION TO CHING-CHEN AND CHI-AN -FU IN KIANGSI
TECHNICAL NOTES ON CHINESE BRONZES
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PATINA AND INCRUSTATIOS

Transactions of The Oriental Ceramic Society 1939-1940:

Contents:

Chinese Lacquer
Chinese Glass
Te-Hua Ware
Chinese Bronze Mirrors from the District of Yueh

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1940-1941 Volume 18

Contents:

Chinese Porcelain in the Land of Islam by Prof. Paul Kahle
The Influence of Near Eastern Metalwork on Chinese Ceramics by Basil Gray
The Deities of the Four Cardinal Points in Chinese Art by Dr. William Cohn
Mr. Hobson”s Contribution to the Study of Chinese Ceramics: Note by Bernard Rackham
Obituaries of Mr. R.L. Hobson, C.B., Mr. Oscar Raphael, Professor C.G. Seligman, F.R.S., and Mr. A.D. Brankston.
Early Chinese Glass by C.G. Seligman

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1942-1943 Volume 19

Contents:

Italian Maiolica and China by Bernard Rackham
The Foundations for a Chronology of Gandhara Sculpture by Dr. Hugo Buchthal
Luristan Bronzes from the Collection of Frank Savery by C.J. Gadd
Second Thoughts on the Dating of Early Ming Porcelains by Edgar E. Bluett
Note on the Conical Bases of Ming Plates, Dishes and Bowls, Having Reference to the Preceding Paer by Mr. Bluett, by A.L. Hetherington
Notes: On-Glaze Copper, Betal Boxes, A Sang-de-Boeuf Brush Pot by A.L. Hetherington
Note on Mr. Palmer’s Blue and White Box by A.L. Hetherington and B.W. Honey
Notes on Some Chinese Bronzes by W. Percival Yetts
R.L. Hobson Bibliography by Basil Gray

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1944-1945 Volume 20

Contents:

The Ceramic Wares of Siam by Reginald Le May
Corean Wares of the Yi Dynasty by W.B. Honey
Sultanabad by Gerald Reilinger
A Master-Potter of Kashan by Mehmed Behrami
Note on Dr. Bahrami’s Communication by Arthur Lane
Potter and the Artist-Craftsman by Bernard Learch

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1945-1946 Volume 21

Contents:

Some Remarks on Pre-Ming and Early Fifteenth-Century Blue and White Chinese Porcelains by Peter Boode
Note on a Blue and White Vase from the Tomb of The Emperor Hsuan Te by A.J.B. Kiddell
The Wares of Kutani by Soame Jenyns
Numbered Ch’un Ware by George J. Lee
List of Books in the Library of the Oriental Ceramic Society

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1946-1947 Volume 22

Contents:

Corean Wares of Koryu Period by W.B. Honey
Sung Wares and the Saljuq of Persia by Arthur Lane
Chinese Influence on Danish Pottery and Porcelain by Emil Bech
Further Note on a Pair of Blue-and-White Vases from the Tomb of the Emperor Hsuan Te by A.J.B. Kiddell
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Ming Blue-and-White Porcelain
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Chinese Ceramic Figures

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1947-1948 Volume 23

Contents:

A History of the Oriental Ceramic Society by A.L. Hetherington
The Date-Value of Archaeology by Sir Leonard Woolley
Excavation of the Royal Tomb of Wang Chien by Mr. Michael Sullivan
Two Inscribed Jades by S. Howard Hansford
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Celadon Wares
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Chinese Jades

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1948-1949 Volume 24

Contents:

A visit to An-Yang by S. Howard Hansford
Blue and white vessels in Persian Miniatures of the 14th and 15th Centuries re-examined by Basil Gray
Some notes on early pottery and stone artefacts excavated on Lamma Island by Walter Weinberger
Excavation of the Royal Tomb of Wang Chien, A Further Note by Michael Sullivan
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Monochrome Porcelain of the Ming and Manchu dynasties
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Wares of the T’ang dynasty

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1949-1950 Volume 25

Contents:

The Collection of Chiense Porcelain from the Ardabil Shrine by Dr. Mehdi Bahrami
Queen Mary II’s Porcelain Collection at Hampton Court by Arthur Lane
Proto-Porcelain and Yueh Ware by Herr Orvar Karlbeck
The problem of Chinese Cloisonne enamels by Soame Jenyns
Tin Foil as a decoration on Chou pottery by Isaac Newton
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Sung dynasty wares, Ting, ying ch’ing and Ts’u Chou
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Early Islamic Wares

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1950-1951 Volume 26

Contents:

The Development of Koryo Wares by G.M. Gompertz
A Thousand Years of Potting in the Hunan Province by Dr. Isaac Newton
Some Blue- and White- in Istabul by John A. Pope
A rare example of Hsing Yao by Fujio Koyama
A Visit to An-Yang: correction by S. Howard Hansford
Introduction by A.L. Hetherington, for the unpublished catalouge of the exhibition of Polychrome Porcelain of the Ming dynasty
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Enamelled Polychrome Porcelain of the Manchu Dynasty
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Early Chinese Bronzes

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1951-1952 1952-1953 Volume 27

Contents:

Koryo White Porcelain by G. M. Gompertz
Some Coloured and White Wares From Hunan by Dr. Isaac Newton
Chinese Carvings in Elephant Ivory by R. Soame Jenyns
Blue and White of the Middle Ming Period by Sir Harry Garner
Hui- Hsien Pottery in the Collection of Dennis M. Cohen by S. Howard Hansford

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1953-1954 Volume 28

Contents:

Some Ceramics Excavated in Borneo by Tom Harrisson
T’ang and Ming Jades by Dr. Cheng Te-k’un
Koryo Inlaid Celadon Ware by G. St. G. M. Gompertz
Some Notes on the Chinese Blue and White Exhibition by Sir Harry Garner

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1954-1955 Volume 29

Contents:

The Carving of Jade in the Shang Period by Dr. Cheng Te-k’un
The Chinese Rhinoceros and Chinese Carving in Rhinoceros Horn by R. Soame Jenyns
Some Notes on the Arts of T’ang Exhibition by Sir Harry Garner
Some Chinese Wares of the Yuan Period by John Ayers
Index to Bushell’s Translation of the T’ao Shuo

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1955-1956 1956-1957 Volume 30

Contents:

Introduction by Sir Harry Garner
Paintings, Printing, and Textiles by Mr. Basil Gray
Ceramics by Mr. Arthur Lane
Lacquer and Furniture by Sir Harry Garner
Metal Work, Including Cloisonne by Sir Harry Garner
Carvings in Jade, Ivory and Other Materials by Professor S. H. Hansford
List of Exhibits

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1957-1958 1958-1959 Volume 31

Contents:

First List of Contributions to the Endowment Fund
A Group of Underglaze Red by John M. Addis
A Visit to Pei-kou, Taiwan, to See Early Ming Porcelain from the Palace Collections by Soame Jenyns
Guri Laquer of the Ming Dynasty by Sir Harry Garner
An Early Jade Animal Vessel and Some Parallels by Desmond Gure
The Earliest Buddhist Images of Korea by William Watson
The “Illustrated Regulations for Ceremonial Paraphernalia of the Ch’ing Dynasty” in the Victoria and Albert Museum by Miss Margaret Medley

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1959-1960 Volume 32

Contents:

Transactions
Introduction by Mr. Basil Gray
Early Chinese Crackled Porcelain by Sir Harry Garner
Liao Pottery by Mr, Basil Gray
Sung Bronzes by Mr. William Watson
Jades of the Sung Group by Mr. Desmond Gure
List of Exhibits

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1960-1962 1961-1962 Volume 33

Contents:

Hsu Ching’s Visit to Korea in 1123 by Mr. G. St. G. M. Gompertz
Aspects of Han Pictorial Representation by Dr. Henry Trubner
Some Unusual Early Jades and Their Dating by Mr. Desomnd Gure
Notes on Chinese Export Wares in Southeast Asia by Dr. Michael Sullivan

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1962-1963 Volume 34

Contents:

The Chinese Ko-sometsuke and Shonsui Wares by R. Soame Jenyns
Missionary- Artists at the Manchu Court by Gearge R. Loehr
Liao Pottery Wares by Fujio Koyama
Regrouping 15th Century Blue and White by Margaret Medley
A Letter from the Court of Yung Lo by John Figgess

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1963-1964 Volume 35

Contents:

The Ch’ing scholar painters and their world
Chinese glass
Jade and jade carvings in the Ch’ing
The decline of the Manchu régime

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1963-1964 Volume 36

Contents:

A trip through Southern Korea
The export of Chinese Poreclain to India
A group of decorated lacquer caskets of the Yuan Dynasty
The Chinese porcelains in the Topkapu Saray, Istanbul
Oriental porcelain in Western paintings
A group of underglaze red

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1966 – 1969 Volume 37

Contents:

The Origins of Famille Rose by Sir Harry Garner
Chinese Porcelain Found in the Philippines by Mr. J. M. Addis
Ming and Pre-Ming Laquer in the Japanese Tea Ceremony by Mr. John Figgess

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1969-1970 1970-1971 Volume 38

Contents:

Chinese Ceramics from the Neolithic to T’ang by William Watson
Some Reflections on the Sung- Yuan Wares by Basil Gray and Ben Neave-Hill
The Early Development of Blue and White Porcelain by Margaret Medley
Some Comments on Late Ming, Transitional and Ch’ing Wares by Hugh Shire

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1971-1972 1972-1973 Volume 39

Contents:

The Origins of Chinese White Porcelain by Mr. Paul Toller
The First George de Menasce Memorial Lecture/ The Development of Taste in Chinese Art in the West 1872 to 1972 by Mr. Basil Gray
Japanese Porcelain in the First Half of the 19th Century by Mr, Laurence Smith

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1973-1975 Volume 40

Contents:

Persian lustre-painted pottery Rayy and Kashan styles by Oliver Watson
Some aspects of Raku ware by John Dickerson
Definitive catalogue of Chinese Jade Throughout the Ages

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1975-1976 1976-1977 Volume 41

Contents:

A Visit to Ching-te Chen by Sir John Addis
Hung-wu and Yung-lo White by Sir John Addis
Oriental Ceramics Excavated in North Sumatra by Mr. E. P. Edwards McKinnon
China and Islam in the Maldive Islands by Professor John Carswell
Fourteenth Century Chinese Porcelain from a Qughlaq Palace in Dehli by Dr. Ellen S. Smart
The Export of Chinese Porcelain to the Islamic World: Some Reflections on its Significance for Islamic Art Before 1400 by Mr. Basil Gray
Early Islamic Pottery and China by Dr. Yolande Crowe
Chinese Tomb Figures of the Six Dynastic Period by Mr. Edmund Capon

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1977-1978 Volume 42

Contents:

The Third Hills Gold Medal Lecture: Chinese Classic Furniture by Laurence Sickman
The Third George de Menasce Memorial Lecture: China and Islam: A Survey of the Coast of India and Ceylon by Professor John Carswell
Report on the Colloquium Held 22-23 June 1978 at the Society of Antiquaries

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1978-1979 Volume 43

Contents:

Korean Inlaid Lacquer of the Koryo Period by G. St. G. M. Gompertz
Some Observations of the Imperial Art Collection in China by Dr. Lothar Ledderose
Soba- Cups and Other Folk Porcelains of Japan by Dr. Oliver Impey

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1979-1980 Volume 44

Contents:

Chinese Art in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight by Miss Margaret Medley
Aspects of Persian Blue and White China in the Seventeenth Century by Dr. Yolande Crowe
King Gustaf VI Adolf’s Approach to Chinese Art by Dr. Bo Gyllensvard
Some Decorative Techniques Found in Later Chinese Glass by Professor P. H. Plesch
A Small Group of Eighteenth-Century Chinese Court Lacquers by Mr. John da Silva

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1980-1981 Volume 45

Contents:

Hirado Porcelain: Its Dating by Mr. David Hyatt King
A Search For the Earliest Ming Style by Mr. Brian Morgan
Porcelain- Stone and Kaolin: Late Yuan Developments at Hutian by Sir John Addis
China and Egypt: Fustat by Professor Tsugio Mikami

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1981-1982 Volume 46

Contents:

Categories of Post- Yuan Decorative Bronzes by William Watson
America and the China Trade 1770-1870 by Colin Sheaf
Chinese Ceramics in the Leeds Art Galleries by John Sweetman
Kiln Sites of Ancient China by Rose Kerr
The West Chamber: a Literary Theme in China Porcelain Decorations by Craig Clunas

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1982-1983 Volume 47

Contents:

Eccentric Bronzes of the Early Western Zhou by Jessica Rawson
A New Image in Chinese Buddhist Sculpture of the Tenth to Thirteenth Century by Derek Gilman
Genji Meets Yang Guifei: a Group of Japanese Export Lacquers by Joe Earle
Chinese Porcelain of the Sultans in Istanbul: the Fourth Hills Gold Medal Lecture by John Ayers

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1983-1984 Volume 48

Contents:

China’s Ceramic Trade with India by Peter Hardie
Chinese Porcelain at the End of the Ming by Sir Michael Butler
The E.S. Thornhill Bequest of Chinese Ceramics at the North Staffordshire Polytechnic by Mrs. Shuning Sun- Bailey
Symbolic Visions of Byzantine and Ottoman Constantinople by Godfrey Goodwin

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1984-1985 Volume 49

Contents:

Chinese Porcelain at the Beginning of the Qing by Sir Michael Butler
Longquan Celadon of the Yuan and Ming Dynasties in the Topkapi Saray Musem, Istanbul by Regina Krahl
Early Northern Whitewares of Gongxian, Xing and Ding (George de Menasce Memorial Lecture) by Christine- Ann Richards
Ming Porcelains in the Santos Palace Collection, Lisbon by Daisy Lion- Goldschmidt

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1985-1986 Volume 50

Contents:

The Royal Academy Exhibition of Chinese Art, 1935-1936 in Retrospect by Basil Gray
The Two International Conferences on Ancient Pottery and Porcelain Held in Shanghai in November 1982 and Peking in November 1985 by Nigel Wood
Slip Painted Wares and Central Asia by Yolande Crowe
Jade Carvers and Their Customers in Ming China by Craig Clunas
Summaries of Lectures by Rupert I. J. Faulkner, Youngsook Pak, Rose Kerr and Colin Mackenzie

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1986-1987 Volume 51

Contents:

Chinese Ceramics in the Matsuoka Museum of Art in Tokyo by Sir John Figgess
Blanc-de-Chine by John Ayers
Stone Sculptures on Chinese Spirit Roads by Ann Paludan
Blue-and-white and the Qing Dynasty by Margaret Medley
Summaries of Lectures by P.H.D.S. Wikramaratna, Jean Martin, Colin Sheaf, Mary Tregear, and Rose Kerr

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1987-1988 Volume 52

Contents:

A New Look at ‘Wine Carriers’ Among Tang Dynasty Figurines by Jan Chapman
Chinese Export Porcelain for the European Market: the Years of Decline, 1770-1820 by N. J. Pearce
The Export of Tang Sancai Wares: Some Recent Research by Jessica Rawson, M. Tite and M. J. Hughes
Patterns of Chinese Taste in Porcelain: The Fifth Hills Gold Medal Lecture by Margaret Medley

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1988-1989 Volume 53

Contents:

Yixing Tea Ware of the 17th & 18th Centuries
Gifu Inro – a set of 100 by Koma Yasutada
Neolithic Jade Carving in China by J.C.Y. Watt
The Vietnamese Wall Tiles of Majapahit by John Guy
17th- and 18th-century Chinese Export Ware in Southeastern Virginia by Julia B. Curtis.

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1989-1990 Volume 54

Contents:

Song and Yuan Bronzes by Rose Kerr
Ru ware by Professor Wang Qingcheng
Some Questions Concerning Ge Ware by Professor Wang Qingcheng
Jin Futing, a 19th-Century Chinese Collector-Connoisseur by Dr. Thomas Lawton
Summaries of Lectures by Maggie Keswick, Maura Rinaldi, and Helen White

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1990-1991 Volume 55

Contents:

Glass in China: Late Ming to Early Qing
Imperial Patronage and Early Ming Porcelain
Glazed Ceramics of the Abbasid Period From the Aqaba Excavations
Incense and Incense Burners in Mamluk Egypt and Syria
The Summer Palace, Beijing 1900: An Inventory by Noel du Boulay, Commandant 1990-1901

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1991-1992 Volume 56

Contents:

Touhu : Three Millenia of the Chinese Arow Vase and the game of pitch-pot
A pearl among the greenwares: Guan ware and the southern Song
New discoveries from recent research into Chinese Blue and White Porcelain
Early Kashmir Textiles: painted ceilings in Alchi
Architectural ceramics on Sukhothai Province

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1992-1993 Volume 57

Contents:

Contact between Southern China and Henan during the Shang Period
Guan Ware Seminar
Chinese glass and the Vatican Records
Some Potters working in Korea today
Excavated Oriental Ceramics from the Cape of Good Hope: 1630-1830
Colonel Williamson’s Collection of Chinese 18th Century Export Porcelain ‘Batavian’ Style and Other Brown Glazed Wares

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1993-1994 Volume 58

Contents:

Exoticism in Japan — Japanese Interest in Dutch Ceramics and Other Curiosities
Research Display on 16th century Chinese Ceramics at the British Museum
A Group of Chinese Stoneware Sculptures Reunited
Continuity and innovation in Ceramics
Decorative Links between Porcelain and Silk in the Qing Penod
Tirnurid Ceramics: Filling a Gap in Islamic Ceramic History

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1994-1995 Volume 59

Contents:

A Memoir: The Seventh Hills Gold Medal Award by Mary Tregear
Northern Song Silver by Shelagh Vainker
Social Life Under the Mongols as Seen in Ceramics by Chuimei Ho
Oriental Ceramic Society Tour of China by Nigel Wood
A Discussion of the Ding Ware Kilns by Ye Zhemin
The Oriental Ceramic Society in Dresden by Phillip Allen
Summaries of Lectures by Oliver Impey and Derek Gillman

Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1995-1996 Volume 60

Contents:

The Status of Ceramics in Early China by Rose Kerr
Fujian Wares Seminar by Xu Benchang, Ye Wencheng, Zeng Fan, Chen Jianzchong, and Helen Espir
The British Museum’s Korean Collection by Jane Portal
The Wizard of Otz: Adaptation and Innovation in the Works of Miyagawa Kozan by Claire Pollard
Philby’s Finds: Ceramics from the Heart of Arabia by Sheila Canby
Imperial China and Ottoman Turkey by John Carswell
The Ceramics of the Silk Route: Parthia and China: The Sixth George de Menasce Memorial Trust Lecture by Murray Lee Eiland
Oriental Green Wares: Pottery and Porcelain from the Near and Far East
Summaries of Lectures by Friedrich Reichel and Oliver Moore
Soame Jenyns (1904-1976) by John Figgess


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