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Local government by Maxwell Fraser
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Brief Description: In chapter 16 of the History of Slough, Maxwell Fraser talks about the creation of the Slough Board of Health in 1863 and goes on to talk about the evolution of the towns' government.
Subject Date: 01/01/1863 - 31/12/1974
Creator: Maxwell Fraser
Article: Chapter 16: Local government
Publication: The history of Slough
Publisher: Slough Corporation
Owner: Slough Library
Contributor: Slough Library
Full Description: The history of Slough by Maxwell Fraser was originally a series of articles that appeared in the Slough Observer. In 1973 Fraser combined her articles, together with some other research, and produced the History of Slough. This article is a chapter from the second edition of her book which was published in 1980. It has been reproduces by permission of Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / The National Library of Wales and with the blessing of the Slough Observer and the Slough & District Civic Society.
Collection: Maxwell Fraser Collection
Place: Slough ; Chalvey ; Farnham Royal Parish ; Slough High Street ; Langley ; Langley Parish ; Salt Hill ; Stoke Road ; Stoke Poges Parish ; Upton ; Wexham Parish ; William Street B416 ; Britwell ; Berkshire ; Buckinghamshire ; Chalfonts ; Farnham Wards ; La
Dimensions: 21 x 29.7 cm
Subject: Local government ; Urban District Councils ; Borough Councils ; Parish Councils ; Poor relief ; poor laws ; population statistics ; population statistics ; Public Libraries ; Public Services ; Rates ; Rates ; Sewerage ; Boundaries ; Parish of Upton-cum-Chalvey Population ; Boundaries ; Councillors ; Councillors ; Population statistics ; Local Government ; Boundaries ; memorials
Name Subject: William Trumper's Enclosure Award Map 1822 ; Baylis House ; Edward Thomas Bowyer ; William Bonsey ; Grand Union Canal Slough Branch ; Cedars ; Charsley ; Charter granted to Slough ; Deverill family ; Dorney Parish ; Eton College Playing Fields ; Farm and Farm-house Slough ; William Ford ; A.J. Frenchum ; W. Harris ; Headington's shop ; Henry James Lufff ; Mackenzie Street ; Montem Mound ; Municipal Services ; W.G. Nixey ; Overseers of the Poor ; Slough Borough Council ; Slough Branch Canal ; Slough Farmhouse ; Slough Urban District Council ; Professor Sir Basil Spence ; Alderman Robert Taylor ; Slough Town Hall ; Trumper Award Map ; Charles Turner ; Upton Wood ; Slough Urban District Council ; Slough Urban District Council Offices ; Norman T. Berry ; Berry Hall ; Chiltern Hills ; Fulcrum Leisure Centre ; Sir William Herschel ; Jordans Meeting House ; Langley Ward ; Planet Theatre ; Queensmere ; Slough Borough Council ; Slough District Berkshire ; Slough Plan ; Slough Urban District Council ; Alderman Robert Taylor ; Thames Hall ; River Thames ; Slough Urban District Council ; Wexham Ward ; Windsor Castle
Content Type: Book
Location: Slough Library
Local Ref: MF Chapter 16
Unique ID: sl-sl-max_chapter16-d-02-000.pdf
IPR: National Library of Wales
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