The Clock Tower is the quarterly journal produced and published by the Friends of Medway Archives (FOMA).
Index: Issue 26, May 2012
In celebration of Charles Dickens
To commemorate the 200th birthday of local author Charles Dickens (1812-1870)
News from The Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive, Amy Adams, Project Coordinator
Brompton 200: Civilian Life in a Military Village
Obituary: Dulcie Jones
William Bartholomew - A Man of Probity, Pauline Weeds
Part Two: Political Life in Early Victorian Rochester
The Outings and Excursions of the People of the Medway Towns in the Nineteenth Century,
Part Two: Where They Went
Magnum Opus, Catharina Clement
A Glossary of Past & Present Pubs: Chatham from 1746-2000 (A to M) by Roy Murrant
Archives Update, Alison Cable, Borough Archivist
Report to the FOMA AGM, 17 April 2012
A Clock Tower Special Feature
Events happening up to the end of this year
Textus Dickensis: An (almost) comprehensive analysis of resources on
Charles John Huffam Dickens (1812-1870) at the
Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre, Irina Fridman
Dickensian Anecdotes, Odette Buchanan
Harriet Dickens, Brenda Paternoster
The Tudor Garden at Restoration House, Elaine Gardner
A Dickens of a Night Out!,Sue Haydock
Is this the hand of Dickens?, Dr Andrew Ashbee
Cindy�s Little Gems, Cindy O�Halloran
Anyone for Football?
Lionel Messi and the Higham connection
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