Miscellaneous antiquarian notes, mainly relating to the Yorkshire textile industry, compiled by William Bunting Crump, ca. 1920-1935

Scope and Content

1-3 Small note books on navigations and woollen industry, c. 1920-30. 4. Note book C on common fields, 1924. 5. Note book P on enclosure awards, 1929. 6-8. Packets of loose papers on enclosures and terms used in the textile industry, n.d. (28 ff., 24 ff. and 23 ff.). 9-11. Papers relating to his "Wool textile industry of the Pennines", J.T.I., XXVI (1935), pp. P367-P374 and P383-P394. Includes correspondence and a letter from A.P. Wadsworth

Administrative / Biographical History

William Bunting Crump, antiquarian, published a number of books and articles on the history and topography of West Yorkshire, with particular reference to the Huddersfield and Halifax areas

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Acquisition Information

Received amongst the papers of the late Frank Beckwith, 1980-81


In English

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