- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Administrative practices and the ‘middling sort’: place, practice and identity in eighteenth-century rural England
- 2 Local history enthusiasts: English county historical societies since the nineteenth century
- 3 Memorial mania: remembering and forgetting Sir Robert Peel
- 4 Fifty years ahead of its time? The provident dispensaries movement in Manchester, 1871–85
- 5 Daddy, what did you find to laugh about in the Great War? The cotton cartoons of Sam Fitton
- 6 Voluntary action in the ‘welfare state’: the National Council for the Unmarried Mother and Her Child
- 7 The continuing tradition of civic pride: municipal culture in post-war Manchester
- 8 From ‘marriage bureau’ to ‘points of view’: changing patterns of advice in teenage magazines: <i>Mirabelle</i>, 1956–77
- 9 ‘Hoping you’ll give me some guidance about this thing called money’: the <i>Daily Mirror</i> and personal finance, <i>c.</i> 1960–81
- People, Places and Identities
- Alan Kidd, Melanie Tebbutt
- Manchester University Press
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