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1-3, 5-10 B. Roscoe, 'Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher', The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Cotswolds, M. Greensted, Alan Sutton Publishing Limited, 1993, 122-39</p>

4 B. Roscoe, 'Phyllis Barron', New Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004

11, 14, 15 B. Roscoe, 'Artist Craftswomen between the Wars', Women and Craft, ed. G. Elinor, S. Richardson, S. Scott, A. Thomas, K. Walker, Virago Press, 1987, 139-49

12 B. Roscoe, 'Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher', Pioneers of Modern Craft, ed. M. Coatts, Manchester University Press, 1997, 61-70

13 B. Roscoe 'The Biggest and Simplest Results', Crafts magazine, January/February 1997, 30-5

16 B. Roscoe 'Susan Bosence: An interview with Barley Roscoe', Colour into Cloth exhibition catalogue, Crafts Council, 1994, 11-14

The printed sources where primary material is quoted as it appears in this text are given above. The primary material itself is all held in the archive of the Crafts Study Centre, the Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College, Farnham, apart from the original papers and correspondence pertaining to the commission for Girton College, Cambridge which are held in the archive at Girton College (reference 13). The Mistress and Fellows of Girton College, Cambridge generously have permitted photographs of the Dining Room and Combination Room, Girton College, Cambridge to be reproduced here.



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