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*''Hall Green and Hereabout'', John Morris JONES, ed. Michael Byrne 1989 , ([ Birmingham Libraries Catalogue])
*''Here and Then - The past of Our District'', John Morris JONES, ([ Birmingham Libraries Catalogue])
*''A Guide to the Buildings of Birmingham'', Peter Leather, ISBN 0-752424-75-0
*''J R R Tolkien - A Biography'', Humphrey Carpenter ISBN 0-261102-45-1
*''Houses for People'', Carl Chinn, ISBN 0-709301-72-3
*''Exploring Birmingham'', Peter Groves, ISBN 1-869922-00-X
*''All About Victoria Square'', Joe Holyoak, The Victorian Society Birmingham Group, ISBN 0-901657-14-X
*''Hold the Line Please - The Story of the Hello Girls'', Sally Southall, ISBN 1-85858-239-3
*''Exploring Birmingham: A Guided Tour'', Peter Groves, ISBN 1-869922-00-X
*''By the Gains of Industry - Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery 1885-1985'', Stuart Davies, ISBN 0-7093-0131-6
*[ Looking at Buildings - Pevsner Architectural Guide - Birmingham]
*''St. Martin's in the Bull Ring'', Church Guide, 1991, ISBN 0-85101-282-5
*''St. Martin's in the Bull Ring - a story of seven centuries'', Rev Philip Crowe, 1975
*''Victorian Architecture in Britain - Blue Guide'', Julian Orbach, 1987, ISBN 0-393-30070-6
*''The Buildings of England: Warwickshire'', Nikolaus Pevsner and Alexandra Wedgwood, 1966, 2003, ISBN 0-300-09679-8
*''John Ruskin and Victorian Architecture'', Michael W Brooks, 1989
*''The Birmingham and Midland Institute 1854-1954'', Rachel E Waterhouse, 1954
*''The Jewellery Quarter - History and Guide'', Marie Elizabeth Haddleton, ISBN 0-9513108-0-1
*''King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys 1813-1983'', D I Thomas
*''King Edward VI High School Birmingham'', Winifred I Candler, Ailsa M Jacques, Beatrice Marion Willmott Dobbie, Birmingham Girls' Old Edwardian Club, Publisher: Benn, London, 1971, ISBN printed in book 0-510-76250-3 [sic], ISBN 0-510-26250-3
*''Official Guide to the Birmingham General Cemetery'', E H Manning, Hudson & Son, Livery Street, Birmingham, 1915
*''The Best Building in the Neighbourhood?, Martin and Chamberlain and the Birmingham Board Schools'', The Victorian Society, West Midlands Group, May 1968, F. W. Greenacre, Birmingham Central Library, Birmingham Collection B.Col 48.33
*''The English School, its architecture and organization Volume II 1870-1970'', Malcolm Seaborne and Roy Lowe, 1977, ISBN 0-7100-8408-0
*''The Birmingham Jewellery Quarter - An Architectural Survey of the Manufactories'', John Cattell, Sheila Ely, Barry Jones, English Heritage, 2002, ISBN 1-873592-48-5
*''A History of Birmingham'', Chris Upton, 1993, ISBN 0-85033-870-0

*''A History of the County of Warwick, Volume 7 – The City of Birmingham'', ed W. B. Stephens, University of London Institute of Historical Research, Oxford University Press, 1964
*''Birmingham Buildings, The Architectural Story of a Midland City'', Bryan Little, 1971, ISBN 0-7153-5295-4
*''The Life Story of J. A. Chatwin FRIBA, FSA.Scot 1830-1907'', P. B. Chatwin, Oxford University Press, 1952
*''Children in Hospital - A Hundred Years of Child Care in Birmingham'', Rachel Waterhouse, Hutchinson & Co., 1962
*''A Special Place - The Diana Princess of Wales Children's Hospital, Birmingham, BCH NHS Trust, Assorted Images 2000 Ltd, UK, 1999, ISBN 1871059011
*<ref name=thornton>{{Cite book| last=Thornton|first=Roy|title=Victorian Buildings of Birmingham|publisher=Sutton Publishing Ltd|year=2006|isbn=0-7509-3857-9|accessdate=25 January 2013}}</ref>

*{{cite book|author=Norman Bartlam|title=Broad Street Birmingham|publisher=Sutton Publishing|year=2002|isbn=0-7509-2874-3}}


*''Buildings of England: Warwickshire'', Nikolaus Pevsner and Alexandra Wedgwood, 1966, 1974, ISBN 0-14-0710-31-0
*''Pevsner Architectural Guides - Birmingham'', Andy Foster, 2005, ISBN 0-300-10731-5
*''Pevsner Architectural Guides - Leeds, Susan Wrathwell, 2005, ISBN 0-300-10736-6
*''Pevsner Architectural Guides - Liverpool'', Joseph Sharples, 2004, ISBN 0-300-10258-5

*''Pevsner Architectural Guides - Manchester'', Clare Hartwell, 2001, ISBN 0-300-09666-6

*''Pevsner Architectural Guides - Sheffield'', Ruth Harman and John Minnis, 2004, ISBN 0-300-10585-1
*''Pevsner Architectural Guides - Lancashire: Manchester and the South-East'', Clare Hartwell, Matthew Hyde and Nicholas Pevsner, 1969, 2004, ISBN 0-300-10583-5


*''Public Sculpture of Birmingham including Sutton Coldfield'', George T. Noszlopy, edited Jeremy Beach, 1998, ISBN 0-85323-692-5
*''Public Sculpture of Staffordshire and the Black Country'', George T. Noszlopy and Fiona Waterhouse, 2005, ISBN 0-85323-989-4
*''Public Sculpture of Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull'', George T. Noszlopy, 2003, ISBN 0-85323-847-2
*''Birmingham - Public Sculpture Trails'', George T. Noszlopy & Fiona Waterhouse, Liverpool University Press, 2007, ISBN 978-1-84631-134-5
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*''Old and New Birmingham: A History of the Town and its People'', Robert Kirkup Dent, Published by Houghton and Hammond, Scotland Passage, Birmingham, 1880 <!--eighteen eighty-->

*''The Making of Birmingham: Being a History of the Rise and Growth of the Midland Metropolis'', Robert Kirkup Dent, Published by J. L. Allday, 1894 <!--eighteen ninety four-->

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*{{cite book |last= Pearson|first= Michael|authorlink= |coauthors= |editor= |others= |title=Canal Companion - Birmingham Canal Navigations|origdate= 1989|publisher= J. M. Pearson & Associates|isbn= 0-907864-49-X}}
*{{cite book |last= Shill|first= Ray|authorlink= |coauthors= |editor= |others= |title=A Gas Street Trail|origdate= 1994|publisher= Heartlands Press|isbn= 0-9517755-3-7}}
*{{cite book |last= Shill|first= Ray|authorlink= |coauthors= |editor= |others= |title=The Birmingham Canal Navigations|origdate= 2002|publisher= Tempus Publishing Ltd.|isbn= 0-7524-2767-9}}
*{{cite book |last= Shill|first= Ray|authorlink= |coauthors= |editor= |others= |title=Birmingham's Canals|origyear=1999|year=2002||publisher= |isbn= 0-7509-2077-7}}
*{{cite book |last= Paget-Tomlinson|first= Edward W.|authorlink= |coauthors= |editor= |others= |title=The Complete Book Of Canal & River Navigations|origyear=1978|year=1980|publisher= Waine Research Publications|isbn= 0-9051-8401-7}}
*{{cite book |last= Paget-Tomlinson|first= Edward W.|authorlink= |coauthors= |editor= |others= |title=The Illustrated History of Canal & River Navigations|origyear=1978|year=2006|publisher= Landmark Publishing Ltd|isbn= 1-84306-207-0}}
*''Canal Companion - Birmingham Canal Navigations'', J. M. Pearson & Associates, 1989, ISBN 0-907864-49-X
*''Canal Companion - Midland Rings'', J. M. Pearson & Associates, 1990, ISBN 0-907864-53-8
*''Historical Map of the Birmingham Canals'', Richard Dean, M. & M. Baldwin, 1989, ISBN 0-947712-08-9
*{{cite book|author=Hadfield, Charles|title=Canals of the West Midlands Volume 5|publisher=[[David & Charles]]|location=Newton Abbott|origyear=1966|year=1985|isbn=0-7153-8644-1}}
*''The Birmingham Canal Navigations'', Ray Shill, 2002, ISBN 0-7524-2767-9
*''Birmingham's Canals'', Ray Shill, 1999, 2002, ISBN 0-7509-2077-7
*''The Complete Book Of Canal & River Navigations'', Edward W Paget-Tomlinson, Waine Research Publications, 1978, 1980, ISBN 0-9051-8401-7

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