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JONES, M.W. „The History and Manufacture of Floorcloth and Linoleum‟, a paper read before the Bristol section of Chemical Industry at the University, Bristol, 21 November 1918. Ladies Home Journal, Philadelphia: Curtis Publishing Co., vol. 25:1, Jan 1918; vol 49:2, Feb. 1932. LOUDON, J.C. Encyclopaedia of Cottage Villa and Farm Architecture, 1842. WALTON, Frederick, The Infancy and Development of Linoleum Floorcloth, London: Simpkin, Marshall. Hamilton, Kent, 1925. WATT, M. Digby, „An Attempt to define the Principles which should determine Form in Decorative Art‟, Lectures on The Results of the Great Exhibition delivered before the Society of Arts, London: David Bogue, 1853 pp. 216-251.

SECONDARY SOURCES A London Design Studio 1880-1963: The Silver Studio Collection, London: Lund Humphries, 1980. ANSCOMBE, Isabelle, Omega and After: Bloomsbury and the Decorative Arts, London: Thames and Hudson, 1981. ATTERBURY, Paul, (ed), A.W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival, New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1995. AYRES, James, Domestic Interiors: The British Tradition 1500-1850, New Haven and London, 2003. AYRES, James, The Home in Britain, London: Faber and Faber, 1981. BRIGGS, Asa, Friends of the People, the Centenary History of Lewis’s., London, Batsford, 1956. BRISTOW, Ian, „ “They will look very well”‟, S.P.A.B. News, Vol II, no 2, 1990. BRUNHAMMER, Yvonne and TISE, Suzanne, French Decorative Art: The Société des Artistes Décorateurs 1900-1942, Paris: Flammarion, 1990. CARPENTER, Humphrey, The Brideshead Generation, London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1989.

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CHRISTIE, Guy, Storeys of Lancaster, 1848-1964, London: Collins, 1964. COLLINS, Judith, The Omega Workshops, London: Martin, Secker & Warburg Limited, 1984 DURANT, Stuart: Christopher Dresser, New York: Academy editions, St. Martin‟s Press, 1993 EDWARDS, Clive D., „Floorcloth and Linoleum: aspects of the History of Oil-Coated Materials for Floors‟, Textile History, 27 (2), 1996. FLETCHER LITTLE, Nina, Floor Coverings in New England Before 1850, Sturbridge, Massachusetts, 1967. GILBERT, Christopher, LOMAX, James, WELLS-COLE, Anthony, Country House Floors 1660-1850, Leeds: Temple Newsam Country House Studies No 3, 1987. GOODERSON, Philip J., Lord Linoleum: Lord Ashton, Lancaster and the Rise of the British Oilcloth and Linoleum Industry, Keele; Keele University Press 1996 HALEN, Widar, Christopher Dresser, Oxford: Phaidon, Christie‟s, 1990. KELLEY, Victoria, „The Equitable Consumer: Shopping at the Co-op in Manchester 1885-1914,‟ V&A/RCA History of Design MA Dissertation, 1995. MUIR, Augustus, Nairns of Kirkcaldy, A Short History of the Company (1847-1956) Cambridge: W.Heffer &Sons, 1956 PARRY, Linda, William Morris Textiles, New York ; Crescent Books, 1983. ROBEY, Ann, „Floorcloth Manufacture in Knightsbridge‟, The Georgian Group Journal, Vol. VII, 1997. SARIN, Sophie, „Oil-cloth, Wachstuch and Toile Cirée, the Floorcloth, its Origins, Continental Connections and Place in the Eighteenth Century London Interior‟, RCA/V&A M. Phil Dissertation, 2004. SIMPSON, Pamela H., „Comfortable, durable and decorative: linoleum‟s rise and fall from grace‟, APT Bulletin: The Journal of Preservation Technology, Vol. XXX No. 2-3 pp. 17-24, 1999. SNODIN, Michael and HOWARD, Maurice, Ornament: A Social History Since 1450, New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1996. SNODIN, Michael, and STYLES, John, Design and the Decorative Arts: Britain 15001900, London:V&A Publications, 2001.

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STEEDMAN, Carolyn, „What a Rag Rug Means‟, Journal of Material Culture, Vol.3 (3), 1998. SWAN MALLEY, Dorothy, „Notes on Floorcloths in New England‟, Antiques, July 1968. WATSON, Mark, Jute and Flax Mills in Dundee, Fife: Hutton Press, 1990. WEHLE PARKS, Bonnie, „The History and Technology of Floorcloths‟, A. P. T. Bulletin, Vol. XXI, No. 3/4, 1989. ZIEGLER, Torsten, „Oilcloth, Floorcloth, Kamptulicon, Cork Carpet: Linoleum: the early Days of the ideal Floor Covering‟, in Gerhard Kaldewei ed., Linoleum: History Design Architecture 1882-2000, Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz Publishers, 2000 (English translation: Ingrid Nina Bell.)

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