Newsletter contents from 1986

S1 N119861introduction to ALG, rules
S1 N119863Shoe seminar proceedings
S1 N119863Useful publication
S1 N1 June Swann19863John Thornton´s leather shrinkage experiment:
S1 N119864„Work in progress“: Papers given at the coventry meeting, March 1986
S1 N1Clare Thomas19864Medieval Leather Artifacts from Scotland
S1 N1Quita Mould198610Medieval and Early Post Medieval Leather from Three Excavations: Barnard Castle, County Durham; Reading Abbey, Berkshine and Lucy Tower, Lincoln
S1 N1198615Invitation to a lectures
S1 N1R.Thompson198615Tanning in Tudor England
S1 N1M. Shaw198615The excavation of a post medieval tannery
S1 N219861Announcement of publishing „Recent Research in Archaeological Footwear“
S1 N219862Meetings
S1 N2June Swann19862Useful publications
S1 N219863„Work in progress“: Papers given at the coventry meeting, March 1986
S1 N2Tim Padley19863Leather From CarlisleRoman and medieval
S1 N2Claire Cotter19864Dublin Castle
S1 N2Diana Friendship-Taylor19864Seventeenth Century Leather from Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim
S1 N2Carol van Driel-Murray19865A note on shrinkage
S1 N2June Swann19866Dating of ship wrecks
S1 N219866Costume Society
S1 N3 – 419871Meetings
S1 N3 – 419871Meetings
S1 N3 – 419871York Meeting 8th April 1988
S1 N3 – 419871ALG business meeting
S1 N3 – 419872Obituary : Margrethe de Neergaard
S1 N3 – 419873Guidelines for the conservation and study of leather
S1 N3 – 419873Amendments to list of members and their areas of interest
S1 N3 – 419874The Honourable Cordwainters company
S1 N3 – 419874Identification forum
S1 N3 – 419874Bibliography
S1 N51988 – 19892York Meeting 8th April 1988
S1 N5Tim Padley1988 – 19892The Leather Shoes From Castle Street, Carlisle
S1 N5Jim Spriggs1988 – 19894More Thoughts on Leather Conservation and Preservation
S1 N5A.D. Hooley1988 – 19895Roman Leatherwork from the General Accident Site, York and Ctterick, North Yorkshire
S1 N6Denise Dixon-Smith19902Concealed Shoes
S1 N7Dáire O´Rourke19911Current Research in Leather-Working from Irish Sites
S1 N7Andrew Mackay19913Northampton Museums Concaled Shoe Index
S1 N7Arnold, Janet Queen Elizabeth´s Wardrobe Unlock´d19914Book Review
S2 N1Clare Thomas19954Recent Research, Mainly in Scotland
S2 N1Carol van Driel-Murray19956Nailing Roman Shoes
S2 N2Diana Friendship-Taylor19951The Publication of Leather, A report on the meeting held at York, 10th March 1995
S2 N2Barbara Wills19953The ICOM working group on the conservation of leather, a report on the conference held between 5 and 8 April 1995
S2 N2Quita Mould19954Archaeological Leather Research Objectives
S2 N2Juniper BE, Baum J, Wise R and Juniper SB19955The discovery of leather
S2 N3Barbara Wills19962Early Medieval Leather and Fur, notes from a conference held on 22nd September 1995Roy
S2 N3Esther Cameron19963Couir Bouilli
S2 N4Diana Friendship-Taylor19961AGM 1996Roy
S2 N4Graham Hodgman19963Leather bucket
S2 N4Quita Mould19964Roman / Saxon Mongrels spotted in eastern England
S2 N419965Archaeological Leather Group Survey of Member´s Interests – Result of the survey
S2 N4Carol van Driel-Murray19965Research Objectives: some considerations
S2 N4Alan S. Raistrick19967What was a Tawer´s workshop like?
S2 N5Diana Friendship-Taylor19972Roman / Saxon Mongrels – A Continuation
S2 N5Alan S. Raistrick19973More Notes from Customs Entry Books, and Other Places
S2 N619973Early Medieval Leather and Fur – presentation of collected articles for the book
S2 N619973Leicester Archaeologists Uncover Likely Source o Lindisarne Gospel Material
S2 N719982Hidden Shoes And Concealed Beliefs
S2 N7Esther Cameron1998Introduction
S2 N7June Swann1998Shoes Concealed in Buildings
S2 N7Marquita Volken1998Concealed Footwear in Switzerland
S2 N7Fiona Pitt1998Builders, Bakers ad Madhouses: Some Recent Information from the Concealed Shoe Index
S2 N7Ann Donnelly19986An Elizabethan Glove-Maker´s Shop
S2 N7Ian Carlisle1998„Man Bites Leather“ Shock In York
S2 N71998Medieval Personal Containers – a Talk
S2 N8Clare Ward19981Current Treatments in the Conservation o Waterloged and Desiccated Archaeological Leather
S2 N8Pat Reid19983A Mystery Object
S2 N9Diana Friendship-Taylor19993Report On The Autumn Meeting: A Visit to the Royal Armouries, Leeds
S2 N919993A Second Skin – The technology, context, conservation and reconstruction o leather clothing
S2 N9Carol van Driel-Murray19996Ware The Saoxns
S2 N9Carol van Driel-Murray19997Roman Leather Bikinis
S2 N9Alison Draper19999The Conservation Of Buff Leather At The Royal Armouries
S2 N10Marian Forster19992Leather jerkins from the Mary Rose
S2 N10Stephanie Schwarz19992Egyptian loincloths
S2 N10Barbara Wills19993Survey of Treatments for Waterlogged Leather
S2 N10Esther Cameron19993Conservation off wet objects in Canada
S2 N10Veronique Montebauld19994Mystery Object – Problems interpreting fragments of leather other than shoes
S2 N10Barbara Wills19996Mineralised Leather Study Day, 19th May 1999
S2 N11Barbara Wills20001Report on the BAFRA / Leather Conservation Centre Joint Seminar „Our Duty of Care III“ on the Conservation o Seat Furniture and Leather Objects 16/11/99
S2 N11Alan S. Raistrick20005Card making in the 17th Century Extracts rom Academy o Armory by Randle Holme of Chester 1688
S2 N12Quita Mould20001Footed Hose Sighted in Yorkshire
S2 N1220003Brazen foot found in quarry
S2 N12Quita Mould20003Report on a Meeting o the Medieval Dress and Textile Society
S2 N12Roy Thomson20004Leather Museums of South West France
S2 N13Carol van Driel-Murray20011A brazen boot
S2 N13Alan S. Raistrick20016Some offcuts of gloving
S2 N14Marquita Volken20012Mystery Shoe Revisited
S2 N14Fleur Shearman20014Annuraaq: Arctic Clothing from Igloolik
S2 N14Sue Winterbottom20014Recent finds from Carlisle
S2 N14Allyson Rae20015Fur, feathers and skin
S2 N14Barbara Wills20016ALG visit to Shakespeare´s Birthplace Trust
S2 N14Fleur Shearman20017More gloves
S2 N142001813th century stained glass depicting leatherworkers (notably that of the Prodigal Son); Saint-Etienne cathedral, Bourges, France
S2 N14Quita Mould and Esther Cameron200111Saxon shoes, Viking sheats? Cultural identity in Anglo – Scandinavian York
S2 N15Véronique Montembault and Marquita Volken20021Shoes for the dead
S2 N15June Swann20023Footwear for the grave
S2 N15Pat Thompson20026Le Travail du Cuir de la Préhistoire à Nos Jours, October 18th – 20th, 2001
S2 N15Patricia Reid responds to an article by Marquita Volken in the last ALG newsletter.20029Mystery shoe revisited again
S2 N15Pat Reid responds to the last article200210Cultural identity in Anglo-Scandinavian shoes
S2 N15Julie Jones200212Remains of leather or skin products preserved on an Anglo-Saxon shield from Sheffield’s Hill, North Lincolnshire
S2 N16Carol van Driel-Murray20021Roman shoes for the dead
S2 N16Jennifer Jones20022Roman leather and metalwork armour from excavations at Carlisle
S2 N16Carol van Driel-Murray20023Sandal straps
S2 N16Roy Thomson20025Leather from the H.L. Hunley
S2 N16Roy Thomson20026Museum of Leathercraft
S2 N16Esther Cameron20026Irish connections?
S2 N16Quita Mould20027More about V-backed shoes in Britain
S2 N17Esther Cameron and Quita Mould20032Unusual leather case in Pepys Library
S2 N17Lynda Hickling20034Medieval saddles
S2 N18Quita Mould20031Man pinches leather?
S2 N18Barbara Wills20032Leather Clothing in Medieval Europe
S2 N18Alan S. Raistrick20035A Profitable Boke
S2 N18Lynda Hickling20035Henry V’s Saddle – Westminster Abbey Museum
S2 N19Joe Dewhurst20041Oil tan buff leather – man’s first leather?
S2 N19Diana Friendship-Taylor20044Did he die with his boots on?
S2 N19Christopher Catling20045King Henry VIII’s football boots
S2 N2020041Cordoba seminar published
S2 N20Joe Dewhurst20042Oil tan buff leather (continued from issue 19)
S2 N20Roy Thomson20042Two more tannery museums (Germany and Spain)
S2 N20Diana Friendship-Taylor20043Leathery Quiz
S2 N21Diana Friendship-Taylor20051Answers to leather quiz
S2 N21Quita Mould20053A possible votive shoe sole from the River Walbrook in London
S2 N21SARAH STANNAGE20054An Investigation into an Egyptian Leather Mummy Brace Set - dated c.890 B.C
S2 N21Quita Mould and Barbara Wills20055Iron Age leather/ skin
S2 N21A.J. & S.M. van Roode20056Leather from Berenike, Egypt
S2 N21Cecily Spall20056Unidentified leather object from Ripon City Quarry
S2 N2220051The Burlescombe shoe
S2 N22Esther Cameron20051Report on the 2005 ALG Spring meeting
S2 N22Carol van Driel-Murray20053Tiny Tots: Roman baptismal shoes?
S2 N22Marion Kite20055The Fur Trade Legacy: participation in the Canadian Association for Conservation 31st Annual Conference and Workshop held in Jasper, Alberta, May 17th -21st 2005
S2 N22Roy Thompson20057New Zealand’s first European tannery
S2 N23Quita Mould20063ALG trip to Sweden
S2 N2320064Iranian ‘Salt Men’
S2 N2320064Iron Age bog bodies from Ireland
S2 N23Barbara Wills20064So you think it’s leather: an update on the waterlogged material from Arbury Camp
S2 N23Marquita Volken20065Archaeological Finds from the Schnidejoch Pass in the Swiss Alps
S2 N23Marquita Volken20066The concealed miniature sole from Vindonissa (Brugg, Switzerland).
S2 N23Amanda Bennett20068Concealed objects at the Priaulx Library, Guernsey
S2 N24Quita Mould20062Spring Meeting 2006: Visit to J and F J Baker & Co Ltd
S2 N24Robert Lewis20063Evidence for the interpretation of an Early Historic book-satchel
S2 N24Barbara Wills20066Shoe tree mystery
S2 N24Barbara Wills20066Touring exhibition by the Deliberately Concealed Garments Project
S2 N24Sue Winterbottom20067On the fringes of empire: recent finds of saddle leather from Carlisle
S2 N2520074Congratulations to the Friendship- Taylors and UNAS
S2 N2520074The Fadden More Psalter
S2 N25Barbara Wills20074ALG visit to the Museum of London, 20 October 2006
S2 N25Roy Thomson20075The Alum Meeting
S2 N26Mike Glasson20072ALG Visit to Ham House, Surrey, May 2007
S2 N26Carol van Driel-Murray20073In memoriam: Olaf Goubitz (1934-2007)
S2 N26John F. Parrott20074Tales from the Wantage Tanyards, 1523-1825
S2 N26Jill Barnard and Jackie Keily20077The Reconstruction of a Tudor Leather Purse from Bankside London.
S2 N27Yvette A. Fletcher20082The ALG Paris Trip 29 November – 3 December 2007
S2 N27Susanna Harris20085A wooden half-bucket with sewn joint and repair
S2 N2720088A medieval leather water carrier from Carlisle
S2 N2720088Skin processing technology in Eurasian Reindeer cultures: a comparative study in material science of Sàmi and Evenk methods – perspectives on deterioration and preservation of museum artefacts.
S2 N2720088Leather conservator's online blog
S2 N2720089Life in a Moroccan urban tannery
S2 N28Diana Friendship-Taylor20082Reflections on “Have We Got a Tannery?” Conference, 12-13 April 2008, Walsall Museum
S2 N28André J. Veldmeijer and Lucy Skinner20083Note on Pharaonic leather shoes in the Egyptian Museum Cairo
S2 N28Quita Mould20085Should it go or should it stay: what do you think?
S2 N28Matthew Jones20086Tannery site in Chester
S2 N28June Swann20086ALG visit to Paris (see Newsletter 27)
S2 N28John Mainwaring20087Leather working in the Late Bronze Age
S2 N28Diana Friendship-Taylor20087All stitched up…!
S2 N29Angela Karsten20093Review of the ALG visit to Dublin, 24 – 28 September 2008
S2 N29André J. Veldmeijer20095The Leatherwork rom Deir el-Bachit: Preliminary Report
S2 N29André J. Veldmeijer200912Note on the possible relation between shoes and chariots
S2 N3020092Prestigious award for Walsall Leather Museum
S2 N30Marta Kissne Bendefy20092Article on Hungarian footwear available online
S2 N30Franklin Pereira20094Still in the saddle
S2 N30Dominica D'Arcangelo and Barbara Wills20097New tool for Leather Identification; would you find it useful?
S2 N30André J. Veldmeijer and Salima Ikram20098Ancient Egyptian Leather Chariot Casing
S2 N30Quita Mould20099Burning leather - further evidence that leatherworkers made bad neighbours
S2 N30Maarten Berkers200910Leather mask from Belgium
S2 N30André J. Veldmeijer200911Enigmatic Objects from a Coptic Monastery in Egypt
S2 N30Barbara Wills200913A Coptic gilt skin or leather cross – can you help?
S2 N30200914Two forthcoming books on Ancient Egyptian Leatherwork
S2 N31Angela Karsten and Jane Harrison20103Review of the ALG visit to Hadrian’s Wall, 9-11 September, 2009
S2 N31André J. Veldmeijer20108Enigmatic sinew cordage objects from Roman Qasr Ibrim
S2 N31Markus Klek201012Neolithic tools for tannin
S2 N31Arne Focke201013Burnin Leather – experiment
S2 N32Quita Mould20102Dark deeds in deepest Suffolk: the ALG visit to Bury St Edmunds
S2 N32Helen Outram20104Surprise find of Roman leather in Staffordshire
S2 N32Pat Thomson20108Don‟t forget your slippers …
S2 N33201132010 Autumn Meeting
S2 N33Susanna Harris20114“Wrapping and Unwrapping the Body - Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives” at the Institute of Archae-ology, UCL, May 2010 and “Wrapping Objects” as part of the Theoretical Ar-chaeology Group Conference held at Dur-ham University, December 2009
S2 N33Barbara Wills20116Two online resources for the conservation, handling and storage of leather
S2 N33André J. Veldmeijer20118Leatherwork from Gebel Adda in the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
S2 N33Mike Shaw201111Tanneries then and now
S2 N33201112Latest on the Staffordshire find of Roman shoes
S2 N33June Swann201113Note on Shoe Terminology
S2 N34Jackie Keily and Quita Mould20111ALG Spring Meeting 2011
S2 N34Jutta Göpfrich and Nina Frankenhauser20113Making a replica belt purse
S2 N34Jackie Keily20119Mexican ‘Poulaines’
S2 N34Barbara Wills20119Red-rotted leather
S2 N34Lotta Rahme201110Arctic Leather Tanning
S2 N34201110Ötzi the Iceman - special exhibition
S2 N34201110Skin clothing from the North
S2 N34Stephanie Rátkai201112Dyeing Leather with Elderberry
S2 N34Jan Moens201113Recent publications on Medieval Leather from Belgium
S2 N34André J. Veldmeijer201116What's in a stitch?
S2 N35Franklin Pereira20126Bag tanning and artistic sandal making at Kolhapur (India)
S2 N35201211Confernce report: Why Leather?
S2 N35Václav Gřešák201212Saddle research and reconstruc-tion at Tomas Bata University, Czech Republic
S2 N35Alan S. Raistrick201213The leather trades at Sawston, Cambridgeshire
S2 N35Angela Middleton201214The Medieval Tanneries at Troyes
S2 N35André J. Veldmeijer201215Making a shield in Ptolemaic times?
S2 N36Franklin Pereira20123Jews, Moors and Christians in the leather trade: the Ordinances of Tanners and Shoemakers in Lisbon 1489
S2 N36Roy Thompson20126Red Ochre for Skin Processing
S2 N36Sue Winterbottom20127Worth a closer look? (Leather in the Canary Islands Guanche culture)
S2 N36André J. Veldmeijer20129Leatherwork from Dra Abu el-Naga: Some First Observations
S2 N36Susanna Harris201212Hide – workin with dry scrape technique using stone and bone tools
S2 N37Marloes Rijkelijkhuizen20133Two mystery objects and a calfskin glove: exceptional leather finds from Gorinchem, the Netherlands
S2 N37Sue Winterbottom20136The Stafford Shoe Window
S2 N37Jackie Keily20137Museum of London collections online
S2 N37André Veldmeijer20138New Project: Leatherwork from IFAO’s Mission to Fustat
S2 N37201310News of Museum Exhibitions, Excavations, Conferences and Courses
S2 N37Sue Winterbottom201312Who reads books anyway?
S2 N37201314Notice o books and articles
S2 N37June Swann201315Books reviews
S2 N3820133The 2013 Spring Meeting in Somerset
S2 N38Marloes Rijkelijkhuizen20135Leather gloves and mittens: examples recovered from the Netherlands
S2 N3820139Items spotted at Sandringham and Waterford
S2 N38June Swann201310Ptolemaic boots concealed in the Amenhotep II Temple, Luxor
S2 N38201313Shoe Heaven at Southend; Vindolanda Revisited
S2 N38201314Books
S2 N39201433 Review of the 2013 Autumn Meeting
S2 N39Franklin Pereira20144A prince of gilt leather in Córdoba by
S2 N3920145Recent books and an exhibition
S2 N39Marloes Rijkelijkhuizen20147A rediscovered leather vambrace from Dordrecht, the Netherlands
S2 N39Angela Middleton20148A tale of reindeer hides, a storm, a wreck and an exhibition
S2 N39Anglela Middleton and Serena Cant20149More about wrecks and hides
S2 N39June Swann201410Book Reviews
S2 N39 Quita Mould201411Visit to ‘My Favourite Shoe’ at the Royal Exchange, London
S2 N40Roy Thomson20142Recent books; Book Review
S2 N40Barbara Wills20144The „Understanding Leather‟ course
S2 N40201477 Reminder: the ALG bibliographies
S2 N40Quita Mould20148A Leather Chamber Pot
S2 N40Sue Winterbottom20149The Shoemakers' Arbour, Shrewsbury
S2 N40 June Swann201410Book Reviews
S2 N40 Franklin Pereira201411 Workshop at the Spanish Leather Museum in Allariz
S2 N4120153The 2014 Autumn Meeting, Notices
S2 N41Karin Beemster20155Something to help you out of a scrape
S2 N4120156Notes and News
S2 N41Annemarieka Willemsen20158Call for objects: gloves, mittens and gauntlets
S2 N41Angela Middleton:20159The Leather Lantern from the Darss Cog Shipwreck
S2 N41June Swann201512Book Reviews
S2 N4220152Notices
S2 N4220154News items
S2 N42Tereza Štolcová20155Unique Early Migration Leather Finds from Poprad-Matejovce, Slovakia
S2 N4220158Recent publications
S2 N4220159The Museum of Leathercraft, Northampton, some recent developments
S2 N42Chris Lynn201511Some Pictish symbols: leatherworking diagrams and razor holders?
S2 N42Susanna Harris and Kathryn E.201513Piquette: Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) for visualising leather grain surface morphology as an aid to species identification: a pilot study
S2 N43John Nicholl20165The leather finds from Rathfarnham Castle: 17th century fashionable footwear
S2 N43201610Book Reviews by June Swann and notice of two recent publications
S2 N43Roy Thomson201613A Great Ignorance Refuted
S2 N43Franklin Pereira201614The Charola de Tomar: early 16th century mould-embossed gilt leather, glued to stone walls.
S2 N4420162Editor’s note; future and past meetings
S2 N4420163Research on skin terminology
S2 N4420164The SHOES email exchange
S2 N44John Nicholl20165Some leather finds from Caherduggan Castle, Doneraile, County Cork. Ireland
S2 N44201611Updates to the ALG bibliography
S2 N44Franklin Pereira201612Two leather museums meet, one weekend in Portugal
S2 N44June Swann201615Book Reviews
S2 N4520172Editor‟s note; Meetings (future & past)
S2 N45Pat Thomson20175The Museum of Leathercraft Library
S2 N45Tom Welsh20176The origins of the tanning complex at The Green, Northampton
S2 N4520177Tudor Shoes from Crossrail
S2 N45Carol van Driel-Murray20177Radiocarbon dates and Anglo-Saxon style shoes from the northern Netherlands
S2 N4520178G. C. Moseley’s book “Leather Goods Manufacture” republished by John Butt
S2 N45John Nicholl201710Two concealed shoes from No. 9/9a Aungier Street, Dublin
S2 N45201713Some recent books
S2 N45June Swann201715Book Reviews
S2 N45Franklin Pereira201716Artistic leatherwork and Portuguese seafaring (Part 1)
S2 N45Carol van Driel-Murray201719Book Reviews
S2 N4620172Editor‟s note; The 2017 Spring Meeting
S2 N46Pat Thomson20172The Museum of Leathercraft Library (Part 2)
S2 N46Quita Mould and Ashley Tuck20173Two medieval turnshoes from the former Franciscan Friary, Lichfield, Staffordshire
S2 N46Franklin Pereira20176Artistic leatherwork and Portuguese Seafaring (Part II)
S2 N46by J. Amsgaard Ebsen, C. Himmelstrup Trinderup, L. Ørsted Brandt and C. Gundlach201711The potential of microCT scanning for 3D documentation and dissemination of decorated archaeological leather
S2 N4620171515 Notices
S2 N4620171616 Books
S2 N4720183The 2017 Autumn Meeting
S2 N47Pat Thomson20185Museum of Leathercraft: Waterer in the Library, Part 3, Spanish Leather
S2 N4720186Got a Question? Enquiries to the ALG
S2 N47Carol van Driel-Murray20189An early medieval oddity
S2 N47Franklin Pereira201810Gilt leather art in Córdoba loses Carmen Bernier
S2 N47201813New book; Curious about Awl
S2 N48201833 Report on the 2018 Spring Meeting and AGM
S2 N48Elisabeth de Campenhout20184Leather workshop and Conference in „s-Hertogenbosch, May 2018
S2 N4820185Roman boxing gloves - Guardian article
S2 N4820186Got a Question? Enquiries to the ALG
S2 N48Quita Mould20189Male footwear in 17th and 18th century Iceland: traditional dress and imported fashion
S2 N48201813Notices
S2 N48Rennes by Gaël Barracand201814Applying preservation and study methodology to a waterlogged leather assemblage from Place Saint-Germain
S2 N48June Swann201817Book Reviews
S2 N4920195Report on the 2018 Autumn Meeting
S2 N49Beth Richardson20196A pair of thigh boots from excavations at Bermondsey, London
S2 N49Franklin Pereira20197Iberian Leather News
S2 N4920199Your Questions to ALG
S2 N49201911Books, articles, notes..
S2 N5020192Report on the 2018 Autumn Meeting
S2 N5020193Miscellany
S2 N50Roy Thomson20195Urine in the Leather Industry
S2 N5020196Gilt leather techniques: video
S2 N50Marquita Volken20197Pinked, pleated and puckered: Roman period moneybags
S2 N50Roy Thomson201912Book Review
S2 N50John Nicholl201913Dressing the Dead: Leather Shoes from St. Mary’s Parish Church Kilkenny
S2 N50Carol van Driel- Murray201916What to see in Naples
S2 N50Franklin Pereira201917The Annual Leather Meeting in Allariz
S2 N5120203Review of the 2019 Autumn Meeting
S2 N5120205Survey Results; Budapest Conference
S2 N51Ronald van Genabeek20206Second-hand shoes at ’s-Hertogenbosch
S2 N51Mike Redwood20208Vegetable tannins and their colouring effect with leather
S2 N51André J. Veldmeijer and Salima Ikram202013Leather is everywhere! Tutankhamun’s Sticks and Leather
S2 N51Varvara Busova202017Red, floral appliqué leather purse-amulet from Southern Siberia, 4th-3rd century BC
S2 N5220202Editor’s note; Letter from ALG Chair
S2 N5220203Your Questions to ALG
S2 N5220207Conference at Troyes, 25/10/2019
S2 N52Lisette Verspay-Frank20208Nineteenth century horse tack
S2 N52C. Collins, Dr K. Poole, L. Parker, K. Krawiec and P. Renner202010Leather on the Leen
S2 N52202015New book by Jan Moens
S2 N52202016Poulaines on a slate
S2 N5320212Editor‟s note; Recent Meetings
S2 N5320214Vindolanda webinar; Sheffield Castle
S2 N5320215More Publications
S2 N5320217Online Interview; Eddie Cheshire
S2 N53Claire McQuillan20218Communicating the intangible aspects of concealed objects
S2 N53202112Christian Louboutin Exhibition
S2 N53202113Book Reviews; Walsall Bibliography
S2 N53202114Leather without borders; Antiquaries Lecture
S2 N53202115Your Questions to ALG
S2 N53202117WW1 Finds in Flanders
S2 N5420212Editor‟s note; Recent Meetings; Forthcoming Meeting
S2 N5420215Your Questions to ALG
S2 N5420218Roy Thomson
S2 N54Carol van Driel-Murray20219Late Roman Fibre Sandals
S2 N54Sue Winterbottom and Quita Mould202111Northampton Museum‟s Concealed Shoe Index - an exploration
S2 N54Carol van Driel-Murray202114Book Review
S2 N54202114World‟s first virtual shoe; Good news for Readers; Curious item on Facebook
S2 N54202116UK Exhibition: Shoephoria!