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W   HOLCOMB B, 'Women in the rebuilt urban environment.', Built Environment (1984) 18-24.
  HUNT G et al, 'Wretched, hatless and miserably clad: women and the inebriate reformatories from 1910-193.', British Journal of Sociology (1989) 244-70.
  WILLIAMS N, 'Wolverhampton garden suburb.', Blackcountyman (1984) 6-13.
  MEYER-KRIESTEN J, PLÖGER J & BÄHR J, 'Wandel der Stadtstruktur in Lateinamerika Sozialräumliche und funktionale Ausdifferenzierungen in Santiago de Chile und Lima (Changing urban structure in Latin America)', Geographische Rundschau (2004) 30-6
  BRINKLEY R, 'Welsh topographical literature c. 1770-1870.', Local History (1974) 7-13.
  PAINE C, 'Working class housing in Oxfordshire.', Oxoniensa (1978) 188-215.
  DUDLEY S, 'Walking through the nightscapes of Bogata.', NACLA Report on the Americas (1998) 10-14.
  HOPKINS E, 'Working class housing in the smaller industrial town of the 19th century: Stourbridge - a case study.', Midland History (1978) 230-54.
  JORDAN JP, 'Women merchants in colonial New York.', New York History (1977) 412-39.
  HARLEY R, Wandsworth and Battersea tramways., Midhurst : Middleton (1995) pp 96,il.
  COATES K & POWELL J, 'Whitehorse and the building of the Alaska highway 1942-1946.', Alaska History (1989) 1-26.
  SELKIRK A, 'What was the status of Roman London?.', London Archaeologist (1995) 328-331.
  NEWMAN D, 'Work and community life in a southern town.', Labour Historian (1978) 204-25.
  GERVAIS D & GAUVREAU D, 'Women, priests, and physicians: family limitation in Quebec, 1940-1970', JInH XXXIV (2003) 293-314
  JONES GS, 'Working class culture and working class politics in London 1870-1900.', Bourne Society and Leatherhead Historical Record (1973) 29-30.
  FODEN F, Wick of the north: the story of a Scottish royal burgh., Wick : North of Scotland newspapers (1996) pp xxiii + 814,il.
  GRIECO M, Workers' dilemmas: recruitment, reliability and repeated exchange: an analysis of urban social networks and labour circulation., London : Routledge (1996) pp xii + 233.
  KONVITZ JW, 'William J Wilgus and engineering projects to improve the port of New York.', Technology and Culture (1989) 398-25.
  JANSEN HSJ, 'Wrestling with the angel: problems of definition in urban historiography.', Urban History (1996) 277-99.
  SCHMIDT AJ, 'Westernization as consumption: estate building in the Moscow region during the eighteenth century', American Philosophical Society Proceedings (1995) 380-419.
  WANG F & MINOR WW, 'Where the jobs are: employment access and crime patterns in Cleveland', Annals of the Association of American Geographers (2002) 435-50
  GEMS GR, Windy city wars: labor, leisure and sport in the making of Chicago., Lanham : Scarecrow Press. (null) pp xxiii + 243,il.
  WARNER SB Jr, 'When urban history is at the center of the curriculum.', Journal of Urban History (1991) 3-9.
  KENNY P, 'Working-class community and resistance in pre-Stalinist Poland: the PozÐski textile strike, L›dz, september 1947', Social History (1993) 31-51
  PRESTON RP, 'W. E. Gladstone and his disputed election expenses at Newark 1832-1834.', Thoroton Society Transactions (Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire) (1976) 73-9.
  BALDWIN PC, 'Women and the urban landscape', Journal of Planning History (2003) 263-72
  BAKER MHC, 'Whither Weymouth?', Railway Magazine (1973) 436-9.
  SHORT B, 'War in the fields and villages: the County War Agricultural Committees in England, 1939–45.', Rural History (2007) 217–44.
  LINDER C, 'Willa Cather, Daniel Libeskind, and the creative destruction of Manhattan', Journal of American Culture (2005) 114-21
  POLIZZOTTO L, 'When saints fell out: women and the savonarolan reforms in early sixteenth-century Florence', Renaissance Quarterly (1993) 486-525.
  COWIE LW, 'Whitefriars in London.', History Today (1975) 436-41.
  BOYLAN AM, 'Women in groups: an analysis of women's benevolent organizations in New York and Boston, 1797-1840', Journal of American History (1984) 497-523.
  HARRISON R, 'Welfare and employment policies of the Freedmen’s Bureau in the District of Columbia', Journal of Southern History (2006) 75-110
  LEBAS E, 'When every street became a cinema'. The film work of Bermondsey Borough Council's Health Department, 1923-1953', History Workshop Journal (1995) 42-66.
  GITTINS D, 'Womens work and family size between the wars.', Oral History (1977) 84-100.
  FREESTONE R, 'Women in the Australian town planning movement 1900-1950.', Planning Perspectives (1995) 259-277.
  DOBSON MJ, 'When malaria was an English disease.', Geographical Magazine (1982) 94-9.
  FOSTER RH, 'Wartime trailer housing in the San Francisco Bay area.', Geographical Review AND Geographische Rundschau (1980) 276-99.
  GREENWALD MW, 'Working class feminism and the family wage ideal: the Seattle debate on married women's right to work 1914-20.', Journal of American History (1989) 118-49.
  MORTON HW, 'Who gets what, when and how? Housing in the Soviet Union.', Studi Storica (1980) 235-59.
  OWEN RJ, 'Wintoun Street Baptist Church 1870-1895.', TSP Misc (1972) 171-8.
  GWYN J, 'War and economic change: Louisbourg and the New England Economy in the 1740s.', U of Ottawa Q (1977) 114-31.
  ALLEGRO L, 'Welfare use and political response: urban narratives from first and second generation Puerto Ricans and Dominicans in New York City', Centro: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies (2005) 220-41
  HAYNES B, 'Working-class perceptions: aspects of the experience of working class life in Victorian Leicester.', Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society Transactions (1989) 71-84.
  FRENCH C, 'Who lived in suburbia? Surbiton in the second half of the 19th century.', Family and Community History (2007) 93–109.
  GILFOYLE TJ, 'William Warfield: ambassador of music', Chicago History (2002) 58-72
  LILE E, 'Women and sport: Female student athletes at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth c.1880-1914', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies 1998-99 33-43
  MARRIOTT J, 'West Ham: London's industrial centre and gateway to the world.', London Journal (1989) 43-58.
  REID DA, 'Weddings, weekdays, work and leisure in urban England 1791-1911: the decline of Saint Monday revisited.', Past and Present (1996) 135-63.
  SWAINSON D, 'Why examine local history?: the Canadian case.', Historic Kingston (1980) 3-10.
  WHITE A, 'Westminster Abbey in the early seventeenth century: a powerhouse of ideas.', Church Monuments (1989) 16-53.
  SARTAIN L, 'We are but Americans: Miss Georgia M Johnson and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Alexandria, Louisiana, 1941-1946', North Louisiana History (2004) 108-34
  PORT M H, 'West End Palaces: The aristocratic town house in London 1730-1830.', London Journal (1995) 17-46.
  BURNS AA, 'Waging cold war in a model city: the investigation of ‘subversive’ influences in the 1967 Detroit riot', Missouri Historical Review (2004) 3-30
  LATIMER TT, Women together, women apart: portraits of lesbian Paris, New Brunswick, N.J./London : Rutgers University Press (c. 2005) pp xi + 211, il
  HATTON TJ & WILLIAMSON JG, 'Wage gaps between farm and city: Michigan in the 1890s', Explorations in Entrepreneurial History (1991)
  BOISSEAU TJ, 'White queens at the Chicago world’s fair, 1893: new womanhood in the service of class, race, and nation', Gloucestershire History (2000) 33-81
  DE GRAND A, 'Women under Italian fascism.', Historical Journal (1976) 947-68.
  KING AD, 'Worlds in the city: Manhattan transfer and the ascendance of spectacular space.', Planning Perspectives (1996) 97-114.
  DYER C, 'What to read on country and town in the middle ages.', Local History (1985) 261-5.
  KLINK WR, 'William Carlos Williams's Paterson: literature and urban history.', Urban Affairs Quarterly (1987) 171-86.
  LYON J, Within these walls: Roman and medieval defences north of Newgate at the Merrill Lynch Financial Centre, City of London., London : Museum of London Archaeology Service (2007) pp xiv + 193, il.
  TARTE KB, Writing places: sixteenth-century city culture and the Des Roches salon., Newark : University of Delaware Press (2007) pp 269, il.
  VAN DER HEIJDEN M, 'Women as victims of sexual and domestic violence in seventeenth-century Holland: criminal cases of rape, incest, and maltreatment in Rotterdam and Delft', Journal of Social History (2000)
  DOVER P, 'When myth encounters history: recent work on renaissance Venice (review essay)', Journal of Urban History (2006) 314-23
  STEVENS G, 'West Bromwich gun trade [19th cent].', Black Country Society (1974) 20-64.
  SUTCLIFFE A, 'Working class housing in 19th century Britain: a review of recent research.', Bourne Society and Leatherhead Historical Record (1972) 40-50.
  GRONEMAN C, 'Working class immigrant women in mid-nineteenth-century New York: the Irish women's experience.', Journal of Urban History (1978) 255-74.
  COURTWRIGHT J, 'Want to build a miracle city? War housing in Wichita', Kansas History 2000-2001 218-39
  SALLY SV, 'Women and power in the late medieval English village: a reconsideration.', Women's History Review (2007) 311–21.
  SIMPSON LM, 'Women, real estate and urban growth: a case study of two generations of women property owners in Redlands, California, 1880-1940.', California History (1997) 24-43, 72-4.
  'Within a city wall.', Architects Journal (1972) pp 56-9
  KNIGHT J, Watford., Stroud : Chalford (1995) pp 128,il.
  VILLE S, 'Wages, prices and profitability in the shipping industry during the Napoleonic Wars: a case study [London].', Journal of Transport History (1981) 39-52.
  HALL A & WIDNES HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Widnes., Stroud : Chalford (1995) pp 128, il.
  PENG Y, 'Wage determination in rural and urban China: a comparison of public and private industrial sectors', American Sociological Review (1992)
  SMITH B, Who guards the shore? : the Dover garrison 1685-1990, Dover : B Smith (1990) pp 33, il
  GERHOLD D, 'Wandsworth’s gunpowder mills, 1656-1713', Sur AC (2002) 171-83
  COPE M, 'Weaving the everyday: identity, space, and power in Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1920-1939.', Urban Geography (1996) 179-204.
  BOYER K, 'What's a girl like you doing in a place like this? A geography of sexual violence in early 20th century Vancouver.', Urban Geography (1996) 286-93.
  JACOBSEN G, 'Women's work and women's role: ideology and reality in Danish urban society 1300-1500.', Scandinavian Economic History Review (1983) 1-20.
  KONVITZ JW, 'William S Wilgus and engineering projects to improve the port of New York 1900-1930.', Technology and Culture (1989) 398-425.
  LOUW PVJ, Wagon tracks and orchards: early days in Sandton., Johannesburg : Donker (1976) pp 136, il
  DENDY W, Walking tours of old Toronto., Toronto : Macmillan (1978)
  GREEN CM, Washington: village and capital 1800-1878., Princeton : Princeton UP (1962)
  HARRIS C, West Wickham 1880-1980., Bromley : Bromley Public Libraries (1983) pp 36, il
  GAR«I B, 'Why Almeria? An Islamic port in the compass of Genoa', Journal of Medieval History (1992)
  BAUMAN JF, 'W. Wilson Goode: the black mayor as urban entrepreneur', Journal of Negro History (1993) 141-58
  CURR GG, 'Who saved York walls? The roles of William Etty and the Corporation of York.', York History (1984) 25-38.
  CHALFANT WY, Without quarter: the Witchita expedition and the fight on crooked creek, Norman : University of Oklahoma Press (1991)
  FOSTER L, Women, family and utopia: communal experiments of the Shakers, the Oneida community, and the Mormons, Syracuse : Syracuse UP (1991)
  SUTTON M, We didn't know aught: a study of sexuality, superstition and death in womens' lives in Linclonshire during the 1930s, '40s and '50s, Stamford : Paul Watkins (1992) pp xvii + 200
  HAWKINS D, When I was: a memoir of the years between the wars., London : Macmillan (1989) pp xi+221
  MARSHALL J, Why Cathcart? or by Cartha's side., Glasgow : Vista of Glasgow (1972) pp 76, il
  McKAY DP & CRAWFORD R, William Billings of Boston: eighteenth century composer., Princeton : Princeton UP (1975) pp xii+303
  SALVESON P, Will yo' come o' Sunday mornin? the 1896 battle for Winter Hill., Bolton : Transport Research and Information Network (1996) pp 48,il.
  SANDERSON E, Women and work in eighteenth-century Edinburgh., Basingstoke : Macmillan (1996) pp xii + 236,il.
  KNIGHT R, Work camps and company towns in Canada and the United States: an annotated bibliography., Vancouver : New Star (1975) pp 80, il
  AMBLER RW ed, Workers and community: the people of Scunthorpe in the 1870s: a study based on the 1871 census returns., Scunthorpe : Scunthorpe Museum Soc (1980) pp 32
  BODNAR JE, Workers' world: kinship, community and protest in an industrial society 1900-1940., Baltimore : Johns Hopkins UP (1982)
  KAIJAGE FJ, Working class radicalism in Barnsley 1816-1820, in Pollard S & Holmes C eds, Essays in the economic and social history of South Yorkshire., Oxford : Oxford Illustrators (1973) pp 63, il
  WOOLEY E, Wolverhampton: a portrait in old picture postcards, Loggerheads : S B Publications (1989)
  KUN J, 'What is an MC if he can’t rap to Banda? Making music in Nuevo L.A.', American Quarterly (2004) 741-58
  RANDALL DP, 'Wilmington, North Carolina - the historical development of a port city.', Annals of the Association of American Geographers (1968)
  GAGER KE, 'Women, adoption and family life in early modem Paris.', Journal of Family History (1997) 5-25.
  FLANAGAN MA, 'Women in the city, women of the city: where do women fit in urban history?', Journal of Urban History (1997) 251-9.
  Working papers for an historical directory of the West Midlands book trade to 1850., Birmingham : Birmingham Bibliographic Soc (1987) pp 57
  GERSTLE G, Working-class Americanism: the politics of labor in a textile city 1914-1960., Cambridge : Cambridge University Press (1989)
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  WILLIAMS G, Wrexham and district: a portrait in old picture postcards., Loggerheads : SB Publications (1990)
  ATHERTON D, Work, welfare and the price offish: life in Aberdeen 1925-1955., Aberdeen : Aberdeen City Council (1997) pp 118,il.
  PARKIN EW, 'Wingham, a medieval town.', Archaeologia Cantiana (1977) 61-80.
  HUG B, 'Walking the ethnic tightwire: ethnicity and dialectic in Jacob Riis' How the other half lives.', Journal of American Culture (1997) 41-53.
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  NORKUNAS MK, 'Women, work and ethnic identity: personal narratives and the ethnic enclave in the textile city of Lowell, Massachusetts.', Journal of Ethnic Studies (1987) 27-48.
  WHATLEY C, 'Women, girls and vitriolic song: a note on the Glasgow cotton strike of 1825', Scottish Labour History Journal (1993) 71-8
  ROLLWAGEN K, 'When ghosts hovered: community and crisis in a company town, Britannia Beach, British Columbia, 1957–1965.', Urban History Review (2007) 25–36.
  MYSON W, Wimbledon and Putney Commons 1871-1971: a centenary record., Conservators of Wimbledon and Putney Commons (1971) pp viii + 45, il
  TURNER BC, Winchester., Southampton : Paul Cave (1980) pp xii+220, il
  MACNAGHTEN A, Windsor in Victorian times., Ascot : Author (1975) pp 142, il
  ARTIBISE AFJ, Winnipeg: an illustrated history., Toronto : National Museums of Man (1977) pp 224, il
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  WORLEY T, Witney as it was., Nelson : Hendon (1981) pp 44, il
  BLACKWELDER JK, Women of the Depression: caste and culture in San Antonio., College Station : Texas A&M UP (1984)
  SHEPLEY W, Women of independent mind: St George's School Edinburgh and the campaign for women's education 1888-1988., Edinburgh : St George's School for Girls (1988) pp ix+135, il
  SHARMA U, Women's work, class and the urban household., Cambridge : Oleander (1978) pp 64, il
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  TRACTENBERG M, 'What Brunelleschi saw: monument and site at the Palazzio Vecchio in Florence.', Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (1988) 160-76.
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  SMALLMAN-RAYNOR M, NETTLETON C & CLIFF AD, 'Wartime evacuation and the spread of infectious diseases: epidemiological consequences of the dispersal of children from London during World War II', Journal of Historical Geography (2003) 396-421
  BELL DH, 'Working class culture and fascism in an Italian industrial town 1918-22.', Social History (1984) 1-24.
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  SCHARNAU R, 'Workers and politics: the Knights of Labor in Dubuque, Iowa 1885-1890.', Annals of Iowa (1987) 353-77.
  HEWITT WL, 'Wicked traffic in girls: prostitution and reform in Sioux City, 1885-1910', Annals of Iowa (1991)
  SELF R, 'Writing landscapes of class, power and racial division: the problem of (sub)urban space and place in postwar America', Journal of Urban History (2001) 237-250
  ALEXANDER RM, 'We are engaged as a band of sisters: class and domesticity in the Washington Temperance movement 1840-1850.', Journal of American History (1988) 763-85.
  ADAMS J, 'Working class politics in nineteenth-century Toulouse, France: paths of proletarianization revisited', Social Science History (1993) 195-226.
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  BELL DM, 'Worker culture and worker politics: the experience of an Italian town 1880-1915.', Social History (1978) 1-22
  HOWARD D, 'Working class culture and fascism in an Italian industrial town 1918-1922.', Social History (1984) 1-24.
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  ARTIBISE AFJ, Winnipeg: a social history of urban growth 1874-1914., Montreal : McGill-Queens UP (1975) pp 382, il
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  FINK DPJ, Walsall stations: a study on historical lines., Walsall : Walsall Local History Soc (1981) pp 20, il
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  JACKSON JH, Wanderungen in Duisburg während der Industrialisierung 1850-1910, in Schröder, Moderne Stadtgeschichte., Stuttgart : Klett-Cotta (1979) pp 217-37
  Wardie School 1931-1981., Edinburgh : Wardie Parents Assoc (1981) pp 36, il
  PEEBLES HB, Warshipbuilding on the Clyde: naval order and the prosperity of the Clyde shipbuilding industry, 1889-1939., Edinburgh : Donald (1987) pp v+205, il
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