Books by Margaret Willes

About the Author

Margaret Willes was a reader in modern history and architectural history at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. She later worked as a publisher at the National Trust, where she established the Trust’s own imprint in social history, architecture, gardening, archaeology, natural history, and cookery, in addition to guidebooks to the individual properties of the Trust.

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