Some pictures of the advancement. The thin orange paper is staying, particularly as Mr Johnson was unable to remove it 1935. The paper in this room tended to come off in two sections – first the many layers of paint and the top of the 1935 textured wallpaper would lift, then I would have to go back over the wall to remove the paper backing, as you can see in the above picture. By the way, the section above the picture rail is paint, not wallpaper, so I don’t need to do anything with that.
One room down, seven to go! Actually six as JB says I should leave the dining room and just paint over the lining paper.