The Clock Tower is the quarterly journal produced and published by the Friends of Medway Archives (FOMA).
Index: Issue 22, May 2011
Front Cover: MALSC is Archive of the Year!
The Crispin and Crispianus Public House, Strood, Odette Buchanan.
The River Medway: Industry and Development;
A talk at MALSC, Amanda Thomas.
An Appeal for the Missing Families of the Gillingham Park Tragedy of 1929, Elaine Nutton
Oak Apple Day, Betty Cole.
Common Sense or Just Plain Lune-y?, Odette Buchanan.
Mud, Glorious Mud!, Sue Haydock.
Archives Update, Alison Cable;
Quarterly Report for the Archives of Great Expectations: January to March 2011.
Edwin Harris - Recollections of Rochester, Alison Thomas;
Richard Watts and his Famous Charity
From Gipsy Tent to Pulpit: Rodney Smith in Chatham 1879-80, Brian Joyce.
Chatham Dockyard and its Defences: a future World Heritage Site, Joanne Cable.
Great Lines Heritage Park: From The Great Lines to a Great Park, Nina Robinson
Quaker Education and Schooling 1775-1840, Catharina Clement;
Richard Weston's School 1820-1829.
Cindy's Little Gems, Cindy O'Halloran;
Remembering Sgt R. F. Arnold of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Magnum Opus, Catharina Clement;
A review of the latest Medway titles.
The Medway Prison Hulks by Keith R Gulvin
The Victoria County History, Dr Sandra Dunster;
Mary Lacy, The Female Shipwright.
Betty's Postcards, Betty Cole,
Literary homes and a quiz on the same
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