This article appeared in the Summer 1971 (Issue #24) edition of the Kent Archaeological Review.
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A third Kentish Patchwork.
Once again Robert Goodsall has produced a parcel of exciting items in his new book dealing with the history of Kent. Included in the pages of this third "Patchwork" series are articles on Kentish Potteries, Customs, Fonts, Foundries, and the Industries and Trades of the County Town, Maidstone. He is to be congratulated upon his industry in producing yet another delightful volume to add to our bookshelves (160 pages, 7 photos and drawings priced at £2).
Mr R H Goodsall, Stedehill Publications, Harrietsham, Kent.
Looking at Eltham.
An excellent local guide produced by the Eltham Society in another successful project by this local organisation which has grown from its foundation five years ago to over 1,000 membership at present. Their Historical Guide of 64 pages with two first class maps and 25 illustrations can be obtained from the Secretary:
Mr F G Shepherd, 37 Colepits Wood Road, Eltham. SE9. Price 20p.