Series: RCHME Inventory of Dorset, Volume II, South-East

Series containing Photographic, Graphic, Textual and Miscellaneous material
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The Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England published a volume in 1970 entitled 'An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset, Volume II, South-East'. This volume covered the whole of the historic county of Westmorland, including the towns of Kendal and Appleby. Westmorland is now the southern part of Cumbria. south-eastern part of the county, including Corfe Castle, Dorchester, and Poole.

This set of material comprises handwritten notes with accompanying sketches and photographs, small and large format negatives, measured drawings and other material that was created by the RCHME in the course of their investigations, and form an extensive resource for the study of historic buildings and monuments in the area.


This is part of the Sub Collection: RCH01/01 RCHME Inventory Volumes; within the Collection: RCH01 Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England (RCHME) Archive

This Series is divided into 5 Sub Series and 63 Child Volumes
This Series contains the following materials:
Photograph (35mm Slide): 3
Photograph (Negative): 1
Photograph (Print): 2
Photograph (Print): 897
Annotated Map: 115
Cadastral Map: 16
Distribution Map: 4
Drawing: 2
Graph: 4
Measured Drawing: 143
Measured Drawing: 180
Measured Drawing: 1
Measured Drawing: 133
Measured Survey: 146
Overlay: 2
Survey: 378
Card Index: 12
Catalogue: 33
Correspondence: 928
Loose Notes: 1,794
Manuscript: 149
Notebook: 7
Pamphlet: 16
Record Sheet/Form: 782
Typescript: 2
Miscellaneous: 2
Postcard - Unspecified: 3
Table: 7


Source: Historic England Archive