Lundy Bibliography - Other Bibliographic References


1852

Davidson, J.
Bibliotheca Devoniensis: A Catalogue of the Printed Books Relating to the County of Devon. Exeter: William Roberts. Supplement 1861. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1902

Adams, M.
An index to the printed literature relating to North Devon. Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, 34, 344-93. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1920

Mullens, W H.
A Geographical Bibliography of British Ornithology from the Earliest Time to the end of 1918: Arranged under Counties, Being a Record of Printed Books, Published Articles, Notes and Records Relating to Local Avifauna. London: Witherby. Two volumes. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1956

Lundy bibliography. Annual Report of the Lundy Field Society, 10, 60-7. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1957

Blackwell, A E.
Some critical notes on the bibliography of Lundy. Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, 89, 145-52. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1964

Additions to Lundy bibliography. Annual Report of the Lundy Field Society, 16, 34-5. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1968

List of reports and books in L.F.S. bookcase June 1968. Annual Report of the Lundy Field Society, 19, 47-9. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1977

Brockett, A.
The Devon Union List (D.U.L.): A Collection of Written Material Relating to the County of Devon. Exeter: University Library. ISBN 0902746065. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1978

Langham, M S.
Additions to the Lundy bibliography. Annual Report of the Lundy Field Society, 29, 50-3. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1980

The Devon Bibliography. Exeter. Published by Devon History Society 1980-1984, and by Devon Library Services 1985-. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, 28/11/2000]

1991

Webster, C J.
Lundy Field Society Annual Report: Index and Contents, 1947-1990. Lundy Field Society. [original entry by Tony Holbrook, last update by Chris Webster, 22/11/2009]