NB: Baldock Mail articles on Baldock history have been fully indexed up to issue 199, the index is available from the library and Museum. The following is a list of a few subsequent local history articles, notes and photographs other than from the ‘Ramblings Through History’ series from issue 200 onwards that might be of interest. This list is by no means comprehensive:

No. 201 p13 LV Norwood and the OrangeTree.
p35 The Harris Family at Baldock Fair.

No. 203 p4 A Roman Burial in Baldock.
p15 Park Street School photographs

No. 204 p7 Town Hall, Arts and Crafts Masterpiece.
p23 Secondary Modern School photograph of evacuee children.
p29 Photograph of the Railway Station

No. 205 p19 Baldock Evacuees
p35 Pubs we have lost

No.207 p15 Memories of an Evacuee

No.209 p37 More evacuee memories

No.211 p41 Who was living in the High Street in 1901

No.214 p11 Photograph of Baldock Town F.C. With Mrs Eden & of Pond Lane Old Boys team

No. 215 p37 Photograph Of Pond Lane School in 1953
p45 The 1912 Army Manoeuvres in Baldock

No. 218 p5 Photograph of the old library in Bell Row.

No. 222 p27 Two additions to the War Memorial

No.224 p33 ‘Baldock Man Enjoys German Cigar,’ The Christmas Truce 1915

No 226 p17 Photograph of wartime model of Baldock

No.227 p37 Note on Alfred Waldren early 20th c resident

No. 228 p7 Photographs of Remembrance Ceremonies at the Town Hall War Memorial in the 1920s
p 43 Note on ‘Crit’ Smith 1878-1948 with photograph in uniform (Boer War)

No. 230 p32 Town Hall in Edwardian days, photographs of events and notes

No. 231 p33 Miss Wilkinson and memories of Weston Way Nursery over 50 years
. p41 Photographs of procession to mark George V’s Coronation 1911.

No. 232 p38 Baldock Fair Charter, picture of.

No. 233 p13 Photograph of Baldock Radio Station in 1929.

No. 235 p36 Wynn’s Almshouses.

No. 237 p43 Cinema & Cinema Cafe in Whitehorse Street.