Reminiscences of Twentieth Century Hungerford, by Pam Haseltine

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Reminiscences of Twentieth Century Hungerford, by Pam Haseltine
Reminiscences of Twentieth Century Hungerford, by Pam Haseltine

Published by the Hungerford Historical Association in 1993, 62 pages. Paperback (N5323)

From the rear side cover: Pam Haseltine's collection of memories from some of the older residents of this ancient market town provides a charming series of cameos that will invoke nostalgia for the old and insight for the young.

Her picture of life in the earlier part of the century describes the slower pace of life of an english semi­rural community of a type that has now become extinct. It generates visions of quiet, sunny summer days in fields with green trees and blue skies and begins at a time when motor vehicles were a rarity and aeroplanes as yet unheard of.

Those who know the town will see that though many of the places, buildings and even people are the same today, much has changed. Those to whom Hungerford is unknown will doubtless identify with the events, characters and changes that have taken place in their own home environment over the same years


The condition of the book is generally very good. The covers are clean and bright, the spine is tight and intact, and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound.
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