A WORD IN YOUR EAR: History About St Ives by Tom Richards. A compendium of historical feature articles about St Ives first published in The St Ives Times & Echo by one of the newspapers outstanding contributors.
DOWNLONG DAYS: A ST IVES MISCELLANY by Eddie Murt. Memories of childhood in 1930’s St Ives. The late Eddie Murt takes you on a tour of the St Ives of his childhood in a history of the lower area of the famous town.
FAIRY and FOUL of ST IVES by Jaki Windmill, illustrated by Sue Misselbrook. Brought up in St Ives the author always saw - or imagined - weird and wonderful creatures as she walked around the town. In this book they are described in prose, poetry and pictures.
BRYAN PEARCE: A PRIVATE VIEW by Marion Whybrow. The second and greatly extended volume about the St Ives born and bred artist, famous for his naive paintings of the town. An intimate and personal account.
St Ives Welcomes the Tate Editor Toni Carver. Published in 1993 - this full colour supplement to The St Ives Times & Echo celebrated the official opening of the Tate St Ives. It is of historical and social importance and a valuable publication for researchers and art students.
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