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F   WOODWARD FM, 'Fire insurance plans and British Columbia urban history.', British Columbia Studies (1979) 13-26.
  MARTIN B, 'Failure to use modern technology.', Built Environment (1975) 42-4.
  SMITH DF et al, 'Food poisoning, policy, and politics: corned beef and typhoid in Britain in the 1960s', Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Transactions 2005 for 2004 117-25
  KING P, 'Female offenders, work and life-cycle change in late eighteenth century London.', Continuity and Change (1996) 61-90.
  GOLDBERG PJP, 'Fiction in the archives: the York cause papers as a source for later medieval social history.', Continuity and Change (1997) 425-45.
  NAISH PD, 'Fantasia Bronxiana: Freedomland and Co-op City', New York History (2001) 259-99
  CAPECI DJ, 'Fiorello H. La Guardia and the Stuyvesant town controversy of 1943.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1978) 289-310.
  CAPECI DJ, 'Fiorella H. La Guardia and the Harlem 'crime wave' of 1941.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1980) 7-30.
  CAPECI DJ, 'Fiorello H. La Guardia and the Harlem 'crime wave' of 1941.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1980) 7-30.
  BROWN PS & BROWN DN, 'Friendly societies in nineteenth-century Weston-super Mare: Affiliated orders', Notes and Queries (1999) 304-309
  FISK A, 'Friendly societies and local history', Local Historian (1999) 91-101
  DANBORN DB, 'Flour power: The significance of flour milling at the falls', Minnesota History (2003) 270-85
  BULLOCK N, 'Fragments of post-war Utopia: housing in Finsbury 1945-51.', Urban Studies/Utopian Studies (1989) 46-58.
  FLETCHER A, Factionalism in town and countryside: the significance of Puritanism and Arminianism, in Baker, The church., Oxford : Blackwell/Ecclesiastical History Soc (1979) pp 291-300
  WHITE T, Fairmount, Philadelphia's park: a history., Philadelphia : Art Alliance (1975)
  Faithful departed: the Dublin of James Joyce's Ulysses., Swords : Ward River (1982) pp xxxi+73
  SCHWIPPE HJ, Faktorenanalyse und Clusteranalyse: Möglichkeiten des Einsatzes multivariater Verfahren in der Analyse des Verhältnisses von Stadt undLand im östlichen Münsteland im frühen 19 Jahrhundert, in Schröder, Moderne Stadtgeschichte., Stuttgart : Klett-Cotta (1979) pp 112-44 [English summaries]
  POOLE E, 'For the fun of the game: Sandlot and semi-pro football', Western Pennsylvania History (2004) 26-32
  BLICK B & GRANT HR, 'French Icarians in St Louis.', Bulletin of Missouri Historical Society (1973) 3-28.
  STANGER HR, 'From factory to family: The creation of a corporate culture in the Larkin Company of Buffalo, New York', Business History Review (2000) 407-433
  GRZEGORCZYK M, 'From urb of clay to the hypodermic city. Improper cities in modern Latin America.', Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies (1998) 55-74.
  POULSEN AL, 'Female physical education teachers in Copenhagen, 1900-1940: a collective biography', International Journal of the History of Sport (2004) 16-33
  LAMET MS, 'French Protestants in a position of strength: the early years of the Reformation in Caen 1558-1568.', Sixteenth Century Journal (1978) 35-56.
  CAMPLING J, 'Frances Chevallier and woman's work in Ipswich 1896-1919.', SuR (1947) 111-13.
  GRACE F, 'Food riots in Suffolk in the eighteenth century.', SuR (1980) 32-46.
  POST RC, 'Fourteenth and G, Washington, DC, summer of '41 [trolley operations].', Technology and Culture (1998) 728-32.
  BOGGER T, Free blacks in Norfolk, Virginia, 1790-1860: the darker side of freedom., London : UP of Virginia (1997) pp xiii + 264.
  WOLOCH I, 'From charity to welfare in revolutionary Paris.', Journal of Medieval History (1986) 779-812.
  BURGESS C, 'For the increase of divine service: chantries in the parish in late medieval Bristol.', Journal of Ecclesiastical History (1985) 46-65.
  ROSENBLOOM N, 'From regulation to censorship: film and political culture in New York in the early twentieth century', Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (2004) 369-406
  BRODIE M, 'Free trade and cheap theatre: sources of politics for the nineteenth-century London poor', Social History (2003) 346-60
  CARREL H, 'Food, drink and public order in the London Liber Albus', Urban History (2006) 176-94
  BEAN PA, 'Fascism and Italian American identity: a case study: Utica, New York.', Journal of Ethnic Studies (1989) 101-20.
  PLATT DCM, 'Financing the expansion of cities 1860-1914.', Urban History Review (1983) 61-6.
  VINCENT C, 'Fraternité révée et lien social fortifié: la confrérie Notre-Dame des Ardants à Arras (début du XIIIe siècle-XVe siècle)', Revue du Nord (2000) 659-680
  THOMAS W, 'From the wretched slums to urban decay.', Town and Country Planning (1985) 44-7.
  FILLIEUX V, 'Formes locales de crédit aux premiers temps du logement populaire', Revue du Nord (2002) 91-108
  DEY M, 'For the rights of labour: the history of the Aberdeen Trades Council.', Scottish Labour History Review (1995) . 12-13.
  WHEATCROFT SG, 'Famine and epidemic crises in Russia 1918-1922: the case of Saratov.', Annales de Demographie Historique (1983) 329-52.
  JONES AH, Front-line Havant, 1939-1945., Havant : Viridis (1996) pp 76, il.
  ORMROD D, 'Feeding the cities.', Journal of Urban History (1997) 468-73.
  BAKER ARH, 'Fire-fighting fraternities? The corps de sapeurs-pompiers in Loir-et-Cher during the nineteenth century.', Journal of Historical Geography (1989) 349-65.
  KEANE MJ, 'Function and competition among urban centers.', Journal of Regional Science (1989) 265-76.
  WITTMAN R, 'Felix Duban's didactic restoration of the Chateau de Blois: a history of France in stone.', Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (1996) 412-34.
  SLATER TR, 'Family, society and the ornamental villa on the fringes of English country towns.', Journal of Historical Geography (1978) 129-44.
  CORFIELD P, 'From rank to class: innovation in Georgian England.', History Today (1987) 29-35.
  DAVIES JW, 'From a North Bar window; A child's view of Banbury in the 1930s.', Cake and Cockhorse (1995) 89-98.
  LEVY-VROELANT C, 'Fragilité de la famille urbaine au XIXe siècle: itinéraires Versailles de 1830 à 1880.', Population (1988) 639-56.
  DALE A, Fashionable Brighton 1820-1860., Newcastle upon Tyne : Oriel (1968) pp 192
  SEARLE AE, Faulconbridge: a short history of an area first given the names of Faulconbridge and Numantia in 1877., Springwood, NSW : Springwood Hist Soc (1977) pp 63, il
  BRUNICARDI N, Fermoy 1891-1940, a local history., Fermoy : Eigse Mainstreach (1979) pp 231-320
  OZOUF M, Festivals and the French Revolution., Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard UP (1989)
  HEERS J, Fêtes des fous et carnavals., Paris : Fayar (1983) pp 320
  BIVER ML, Fêtes révolutionnaires à Paris., Paris (1979) pp 224
  GOODEN GW & MOORE T, Fifty years history of the town of Kensington and Norwood, SA July 1853 -July 1903., Hampstead Gardens : Austaprint (1978) pp 245, il
  MUNRO S, First up, best dressed [Saltcoats c. 1920-35]., Glasgow : Heatherbank (1978) pp 136, il
  CURTIS E, Fleetwood: a town is born., Lavenham : T Dalton (1986) pp 128
  WHITNEY CE, Folkestone: a pictorial history., Chichester : Phillimore (1986) pp 124, il
  Forum et plaza mayor dans le monde Hispanique. Colloque interdisciplinaire Casa de Velasquez, Madrid, 28 Octobre 1976., Madrid : Collection Publications de la Casa de Velasquez (1979) pp 150
  WALKER BM, Frank Matcham: theatre architect., Belfast : Blackstaff (1980) pp xii+178, il
  PEARCE BL, Free for all: the public library movement in Twickenham., Twickenham : Borough of Twickenham Local History Society (1985)
  MORSE RM, From community to metropolis: a biography of Sao Paulo, Brazil., New York : Octagon Books (1974) pp xxiii+401
  HYLDTOFT O, From fortified town to modern metropolis: Copenhagen 1840-1914, in Hammarström & Hall, Growth and transformation of the modern city., Stockholm : Swedish Council for Building Research (1979) pp 49-58
  YOUNG CA, From 'good order' to glorious revolution: Salem, Massachusetts 1628-1689., Ann Arbor : UMI Research (1980)
  MURRAY PR & WELLS JC, From sand, swamp and heath: a history of Caulfield., Blackburn : J & D Burrows (1980) pp 278, il
  FOSTER MS, From streetcar to super highway: American city planners and urban transportation, 1900-1940., Philadelphia : Temple UP (1981) pp 246
  WARD PJ, From Talworth hamlet to Tolworth tower., Surbiton : Author (1975) pp 67, il
  FAURE D et al, From village to city: studies in the traditional roots of Hong Kong society., Hong Kong : Centre of Asian Studies, Hong Kong U (1987)
  DEAR GM, From watermills to waterworks at Christchurch., Bournemouth : Bournemouth Local Studies (1978) pp 46, il
  WILLINGHAM EP, From construction to destruction: an authentic history of the Colne Valley and Halstead Railway., Halstead : Halstead & District Local History Soc (1989) pp vi+256, il
  SCHNORE LF, Further reflections on the new urban history, in Schnore LF ed., The new urban history., Princeton : Princeton UP (1975) pp 3-11 [34]
  ARCHER M, 'Family enterprise in an industrial city: strategies for the family organization of business in Detroit, 1880', Social Science History (1991)
  LEWIS CA, 'Further observatious on Plymouth's newsrooms, reading rooms and institutions c.1824.', Devon Historian (1985) 33-4.
  SISITKA J, 'Floating mills in London: an historical survey.', EAR XD (1997) 21-30.
  LIS C & SOLY H, 'Food consumption in Antwerp between 1807 and 1859: a contribution to the standard of living debate.', Economic History Review (1977) 460-86.
  KENWOOD AG, 'Fixed capital formation on Merseyside 1800-1913.', Economic History Review (1978) 214-37.
  MORRISH PS, 'Fanny Juliet Passavant (1849-1944): a Leeds librarian.', Library History (1996) 126-41.
  STERBA CM, 'Family, work, and nation: Hazelton, Pennsylvania, and the 1934 general strike in textiles.', Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (1996) 3-36.
  HUFFMAN J B, 'From kirk and crown: the rebuilding of Crown Court Church, 1905-1909', London Journal (1992)
  MCWILLIAMS JE, 'Fells Point: Baltimore’s pre-industrial suburb', Maryland Historical Magazine (2002) 153-73
  DICKINS D, 'From fishing village to major port: 150 years of Singapore.', Country Life AND Contemporary Literature (1973) 696-99.
  SEASHOLER NS, 'Filling Boston's mill pond.', Historical Archaeology (1998) 121-36.
  FONES-WOLF K, 'From craft to industrial unionism in the window-glass industry: Clarksburg, West Virginia, 1900-1937', Labor History (1995) 28-49.
  FRASCA R, 'From apprentice to journeyman to partner: Benjamin Franklin’s workers and the growth of the early American printing trade.', PenMHB CXIV (1990)
  QUINAULT R, 'From national to world metropolis: governing London, 1750-1850', London Journal (2001) 38-46
  MEDJUCK S, 'Family and household composition in the 19th century: the case of Moncton, New Brunswick 1851-71.', Canadian Journal of Sociology (1979) 275-86.
  BERRY S, 'First news of the Great Fire of London', Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society (1995) 16-18.
  MILKOVICH BA, 'Fullerton, Orange County, California: the struggle for local control.', SCa (1996) 301-22.
  PETER B, Form follows fun: modernism and modernity in British pleasure architecture 1925–1940., London : Routledge (2007) pp 223.
  HORDEN P ed, Freedom of movement in the Middle Ages: proceedings of the 2003 Harlaxton Symposium., Donington : Shaun Tyas (2007) pp xxxiv + 366 p.
  HORNSEY B, From Apollo to Mayfair and beyond: (some of the cinemas controlled by Arthur Cohen): Amherst, City and Suburban Cinemas Ltd, London and Southern Cinemas Ltd, Mayfair Circuit (control) Limited, Midland Super Cinemas Limited., Stamford : Fuchsiaprint (2007) pp 12, il.
  ITTMAN K, 'Family limitation and family economy in Bradford, West Yorkshire 1851-1881', Journal of Social History (1992)
  MONTRIE C, 'From dairy farms to housing tracts: environment and race in the making of a Memphis suburb', Journal of Urban History (2005) 219-40
  MARPLES P, 'Forest Town: the village that grew out of coal: the development of a twentieth century Nottinghamshire village', Journal of Urban History (2005) 736-45
  GUMPRECHT B, 'Fraternity row, the student ghetto, and the faculty enclave: characteristic residential districts in the American college town', Journal of Urban History (2006) 231-73
  DAY J & KEDRO HJ, 'Free blacks in St Louis: antebellum condition, emancipation and the postwar era.', Bulletin of Missouri Historical Society (1974) 117-35.
  MILNE G, 'Further evidence for Roman London Bridge.', Britannia (1982) 271-6.
  LAMB BP, 'Frontiersmen in broadcloth: Jews in early Phoenix, 1870-1920', Western States Jewish Historical Quarterly (1992)
  DUMONS B & POLLET G, 'Fonctionnaires municipaux et employés de la ville de Lyon (1870-1914) : Légitimité d'un modèle administratif décentralisé', Revue Historique (1992) 105-25
  FRASCANI P, 'Finanza locale e sviluppo economico: appunti sulla dinamica della spesa pubblica in età liberale 1875-1913.', Storia Urbana (1981) 183-212.
  ERRINGTON J, 'Friends and foes: the Kingston elite and the war of 1812-a case study in ambivalence.', Journal of Canadian Studies (1985) 58-79.
  SPODEK H, 'From 'parasite' to 'generative': the transformation of post colonial cities in India.', Journal of Interdisciplinary History (1975) 413-44.
  REDDY WM, 'Family and factory: French linen weavers in the Belle Epoque .', Journal of Social History (1975) 102-12.
  WILLIAMS MW, 'From orange groves to high tech in San Fernando Valley: boosterism, rezoning, and the emergence of a R & D regional economy.', Southern California Quarterly (1999) 315-48.
  RETFORD K, 'From the interior to interiority: the conversation piece in Georgian England.', Journal of Design History (2007) 291–307.
  SCHÜLER-SPRINGORUM S, 'Fear and misery in the third Reich: From the files of the Collective Guardianship Office of the Berlin Jewish community', Yad Vashem Studies (1999) 61-104
  FRIEDMAN D, 'Fiorenza: geography and representation in a fifteenth-century city view', Zeitschrift fur Kunstgeschichte (2001) 56-77
  BHATTACHARYA S, HARRISON M & WORBOYS M, 'Fractured states: small pox, public health and vaccination policy in British India, 1800-1947', Ancestors (2005)
  BURLISON R, 'For the sake of the poor', Ancestors 2005
  SWAIN ER, Faversham in old photographs, Gloucester : A Sutton (1989) pp 160, il
  HILL J, From patriots to unionists: Dublin civil politics and Irish protestant patriotism 1660-1840., Oxford : Clarendon (1997) pp xix + 444,il.
  ROBINSON RV, 'Family economic strategies in nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Indianapolis', Journal of Family History (1995) 1-22.
  BORSAY P, 'Fat sources and big ideas: Society, enlightenment and the town', Journal of Urban History (1998) 643-54
  Forum et plaza mayor dans le monde Hispanique. Collogue interdisciplinaire Casa de Velasquez, Madrid, 28 Octobre 1976., Collection Publications de la Casa de Velasquez (1979) pp 150
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  DRAKE SR, 'Female crime 1820-50 with particular reference to Stockport.', Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society (1998) 64-81.
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  GRIFFITHS P, 'Family and community in late medieval and early modern towns', Journal of Urban History (1999) 547-556
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  SHI M, 'From imperial gardens to public parks: the transformation of urban space in early twentieth-century Beijing.', Modern China (1998) 219-54.
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