MIRFIELD

MIRFIELD

Mirfield Official Guide 1971

Undated but about 1971, Seventh edition. Approx. 7”X5” 56 pages. The usual local adverts and potted history as well as the guide.

Fine edition £5.00

Mirfield by Isobel Schofield

1998 published by Kirklees Cultural Services. A 30 page booklet 8”X6” a well-illustrated little publication difficult to find nowadays.

Fine £5.00

With Scuffed cover £3.50

Looking Back at Mirfield – Frances Stott

Published by Greenfield House Publications in 2000 you would have thought there would still be a lot of copies about, but not the case. An A4 sized soft cover publication with 70 pages well produced. Extremely well illustrated and well written text.

Fine £20.00

Mirfield Past and Present by Denis Kay & Stuart Metcalfe

Published in 1992 by Mirfield Rotary Club. 8”X8” 48 pages softcover. Illustrations on every page with explanatory text.

The copy I have has dust marks on the front cover, otherwise fine £8.00

A History of Mirfield – By H N Pobjoy

Published by the Ridings Publishing Company in 1969 a 220 page 10”X8” hard back illustrated with line drawings and is indexed. It was seen as the “definitive” history of Mirfield for a long time, though obviously a personal thing I always thought it too “Churchy”. I was more frustrated by the fact that Pobjoy had access to a large amount of interesting material. He does not mention one of my ancestors who was a Mirfield resident who was hung at York for “Clipping and Coining” (a fact I did not mention when I stood for the council in Mirfield).

A fine copy in a dust jacket with a slightly discoloured spine. £30.00

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