John Philipps Emslie
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He became a topographical artist, and illustrated The Illustrated topical record of London vol. 9. in 1900.
He wrote and illustrated the New Canterbury Tales (Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh) ca.1887.
- J. F. C. Harrison ,A History of the Working Men's College (1854-1954), Routledge Kegan Paul, 1954
- Guildhall Studies in London History 2 (1976) 69-76.
- J. P. Elmslie. New Canterbury Tales (1887).
- Folklore, Gillian Bennett, 1469-8315, Volume 112, Issue 1, 2001, Pages 95 – 106
- Scraps of Folklore Collected by John Philipps Emslie, C. S. Burne, Folklore, Vol. 26, No. 2. (Jun. 30, 1915), pp. 153-170.
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