• Pugin’s Major Publications
• Books, Articles and Catalogues about Pugin and his work
• Rosemary Hill: Bibliography
• Books and Articles about Pugin’s buildings
W.S. Blackshaw, More than a School to Us, Rugby, 1997.
T.S.R. Boase, ‘An Oxford College & the Gothic Revival’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, vol xviii (1955), pp 145-188.
Timothy Brittain-Catlin, ‘It all melts away: A.W.N. Pugin in Oxford’, True Principles (the journal of the Pugin Society), vol ii no 4, Ramsgate, Summer 2002, pp 32-34.
J. Bryson, ‘The Balliol That Might Have Been’, Country Life vol cxxxiii (1963), pp 1558-1561.
E. Buscot, A History of Cotton College, 1940.
Martin Cummings, Nottingham Cathedral, a History of Catholic Nottingham, 3rd ed, Nottingham, 1994.
Robin Darwall-Smith, ‘Thomas Allom and the Building of Magdalen College School’, Magdalen College Record, Oxford, 2002.
Peter Davey, ‘Pugin Pointed the Way’, Architectural Review, vol XXX, May 1984, pp 20-23.
Denis Evinson, St Thomas’s Fulham, A History of the Church and Mission, Hammersmith, 1976.
Michael Fisher, A Vision of Splendour (Gothic Revival in Staffordshire), Stafford, 1995.
Michael Fisher, Alton Towers: A Gothic Wonderland, Stafford, 1999.
Michael Fisher, ‘In the Shadow of Fonthill – Pugin’s Early Years at Alton Towers’, True Principles (the journal of the Pugin Society), vol ii no 1, Winter 2000.
Michael Fisher, Pugin-Land: A.W.N. Pugin, Lord Shrewsbury and the Gothic Revival in Staffordshire, Stafford, 2002.
Mark Girouard, ‘Scarisbrick Hall’, Country Life, 13/3/58 and 20/3/58.
Mark Girouard, ‘Alton Castle and Hospital, Staffordshire’, in Country Life, vol cxxviii (1960), pp 1226-9.
W. Greaney, The Buildings, Museum, Pictures and Library at St Mary’s College Oscott, Birmingham, 1899.
Rachel Hasted, Scarisbrick Hall: A Guide, Preston, 1987.
John Healey, Maynooth Chapel: its centenary history, Dublin, 1895.
David Higham and Penelope Carson, Pugin’s Churches of Cheadle, Alton and Cotton, Uttoxeter, 1997.
Rosemary Hill, ‘Scarisbrick Hall, Lancashire’, Part 1, Country Life, vol cxcvi, no 32, (8/8/2002) pp 44-49; Part 2, vol cxcvi, no 33, (15/8/2002), pp 44-47.
Rosemary Hill, ‘Pugin’s Domestic Interiors’, The Victorian, no 11, November 2002.
Michael Hodgetts, St Chad’s Cathedral Birmingham, Birmingham, 1987.
Libby Horner and Gill Hunter, A Flint Seaside Church: St Augustine’s Abbey Church, Ramsgate, Ramsgate, 2000.
Christopher Hussey, ‘Alton Towers, Staffordshire’, Country Life, vol cxxvii (1960), pp 1246-49; pp 1304-7.
Llewellyn Jewitt, Guide to the Abbey of Mount St Bernard, Charnwood Forest with some account of the monks who live there, Leicester, not dated, c. 1882.
David J. S. Kay, The buildings of St Edmund's College, Old Hall Green, 2000.
Andrew C. Lacey, The Second Spring in Charnwood Forest, Loughborough, 1985.
Míceál Ledwith, Maynooth College, A Short History and Guide, Maynooth, 1984.
Claude Richard Harbord Leetham, Ratcliffe College 1847-1947, Leicester, 1950.
L.B. Litvack, ‘The Balliol that might have been: Pugin’s Crushing Oxford Defeat’, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 45 (1986), pp 358-73.
James Macaulay, ‘The Western Towers of Glasgow Cathedral’, Glasgow Cathedral, Lecture Series, No 6, Glasgow, 1998.
Peter McGuinness, ‘Pugin and St Mary’s Cathedral, Newcastle’, Northern Catholic History, no 28, pp 18-32.
Peter McGuinness, ‘St Mary’s Cathedral – the Early Years’ Part I, Northern Catholic History, Vol 5, pp 21-25; Part II, Northern Catholic History, Vol 6, pp 21-25.
David Milburn, A History of Ushaw College, Ushaw, 1964.
Roderick O’Donnell, ‘The Architectural Setting of Challoner’s Episcopate’, in Eamon Duffy (ed), Challoner and his Church: a Catholic Bishop in Georgian England, London, 1981.
Rodrick O’Donnell, ‘Pugin designs for Downside Abbey’, Burlington Magazine, vol 123, April 1981, pp 231-3.
Roderick O’Donnell, ‘Pugin at Oscott’, in Champ, (ed), Oscott College 1838-1988, Birmingham, 1988.
Roderick O’Donnell, ‘Pugin as a Church Architect’, in Paul Atterbury, Clive Wainwright (eds), Pugin: a Gothic Passion, New Haven and London, 1994.
Roderick O’Donnell, ‘The Pugins in Ireland’, in Paul Atterbury (ed), A. W. N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival, New Haven and London, 1995.
Roderick O’Donnell, ‘From Old Catholic Mansions to ’Castles in Connecticut’, the country house practice of A.W. and E.W. Pugin 1836-1875’, in Malcolm Airs (ed), The Victorian Great House, Oxford, 2000.
Roderick O’Donnell, ‘Extra Illustrations of Pugin Buildings in T.H. King’s Les Vrais Principes’, Architectural History, vol 44, London 2001, pp 57-63.
Roderick O’Donnell, The Pugins and the Catholic Midlands, Leominster and Leamington Spa, 2002.
Arthur Oswald, ‘Albury Park, Surrey’, in Country Life, vol cviii (1950), pp 598-602; 674-678.
John Piper, ‘St Marie’s Grange: The first home of A. W. Pugin’; Architectural Review, vol xcviii (1945), pp 31-4; London.
Joseph Sharples, ‘A.W.N. Pugin and Bishop James Gillis’, Architectural History, no 28, 1985.
R.S. Stanier, Magdalen School, A History of Magdalen College School Oxford, Oxford, 1958.
John Summerson, ‘Pugin at Ramsgate’, Architectural Review, London, vol ciii (1945), pp 163-6.
Bernard Ward, History of St Edmund’s College, Old Hall, London, 1893.
R. P. Ross Williamson, ‘Staffordshire’s Wonderland’, Architectural Review, vol lxxxvii (1940), pp 157-164.
• Books about Victorian architecture which mention Pugin
• Other Books which might be of Interest
• Edward Pugin, Peter Paul Pugin
• Pugin Foundation of Australia Resources