Downes, Michael (editor) – Fairlynch: The Making of a Museum
A new edition of the 1987 booklet Fairlynch, with additional history of the Museum over the last 50 years. 49 pp, over 90 illustrations (mostly in colour)
Fairlynch Museum’s magazine, published in the spring, summer and autumn, for The Friends and available to the public (see below).
Carter, G.E.L. – An occurrence of vandiferous nodules in the Permian beds of South Devon
Facsimile reprint of the 1931 article on the radioactive pebbles from Littleham cliffs by Budleigh Salterton amateur geologist and archaeologist George Carter.
Downes, Michael (editor) – The Budleigh Salterton Railway
Second edition (2015) of one of the museum’s best-selling titles.
38 pp 30 illustrations (12 in colour).
Downes, Michael – The Scientist in The Cottage
The only biography of celebrated Victorian scientist, FRS and former Budleigh Salterton resident Henry John Carter (1813-1895).
38 pp 23 illustrations (13 in colour).
Levick, George Murray – Surviving the Antarctic Winter in a Snow Cave
G.M. Levick (1877-1956), former Budleigh Salterton resident, was the doctor and zoologist on Captain Scott’s ‘Terra Nova’ expedition.
Perutz, Max – Radioactive Nodules from Devonshire
Facsimile reprint of this Nobel prizewinning scientist’s 1939 study of pebbles from Littleham cliffs.
Downes, Michael – Our Little Clown
The first-ever biography of actor and entertainer Reg Varney 48 pages 82 illustrations; approx. 50 in colour.
With a foreword by Reg Varney’s daughter Jeanne Marley
Raising money for charity: profits are being divided between Fairlynch Museum and the British Heart Foundation.
All publications are available from the museum or by post, please makes cheques payable to the Fairlynch Museum and include £2.00 p&p (for address see 'Contact').
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