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In them days (2003)

A scrapbook of friends and happenings and... An alternative enterprise

By: J.D. Bramley.

Publisher: Home Farm, Sherburn-in-Elmet, Leeds, LS25 6AD.

ISBN: 0-9546225-0-2

Printed by: North Wolds Printers.

Pages: 200

Size: 303 x 215 mm

Binding: Dark green boards with title and author in gold to front cover and spine

Content: This is the autobiography of Don Bramley, a farmer in Sherburn-in-Elmet near Leeds, who knew J.L. Carr and his family. It is based on memories and tape recorded interviews with friends.

Chapter 10 is entitled Writers and features J.L. Carr and his novels between pages 183 - 185, with photographs. It also cites a review by Frank Muir of How Steeple Sinderby Wanderers Won the FA Cup and reproduces photographs of the South Milford White Rose football team whose success in early 1931 led to the novel.

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Front cover