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Giles Collection

Background imageGiles Collection: Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon

Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 2. Noon. A group of Huguenots attend the French Church in Hog Lane, London (right), opposite an eating house and a group of disreputable people (left)

Background imageGiles Collection: Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station
Designed by Giles Gilbert Scott, building began in 1933. It was the first of a series of very large electric generators set up in order to nationalize the grid

Background imageGiles Collection: Chalfont Saint Giles

Chalfont Saint Giles
Ducks on the village pond at Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire

Background imageGiles Collection: St Giles Hospital, Camberwell, London

St Giles Hospital, Camberwell, London
The administrative offices of Camberwell St Giles Hospital, formerly part of the Camberwell workhouse on Havil Street, now St Giles Road, south east London

Background imageGiles Collection: Edinburgh / St Giles 1880S

Edinburgh / St Giles 1880S
Edinburgh: St Giles Cathedral

Background imageGiles Collection: Queen Elizabeth II accepts the Honours of Scotland

Queen Elizabeth II accepts the Honours of Scotland
Queen Elizabeth II accepts the " Honours of Scotland" (the Scottish Crown Jewels) at the National Service of Thanksgiving and Dedication at St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, June 24, 1953

Background imageGiles Collection: Mrs Giles Borrett, first female BBC radio announcer

Mrs Giles Borrett, first female BBC radio announcer
Mrs Giles Borrett (her stage name as an actress was Sheila Stewart), first female BBC radio announcer. She had a three-month trial, and received good notices, but her contract was terminated

Background imageGiles Collection: Workhouse Infirmary, Havil Street, Camberwell, London

Workhouse Infirmary, Havil Street, Camberwell, London
The administrative offices of Camberwell St Giles poor law infirmary on Havil Street (now St Giles Road) in south east London

Background imageGiles Collection: Liverpool Cathedral under construction from St. James Mount

Liverpool Cathedral under construction from St. James Mount Date: circa 1908

Background imageGiles Collection: A corner of London Wall, City of London. In the foreground is part of St

A corner of London Wall, City of London. In the foreground is part of St, Giles Cripplegate Church, restored after having been burnt out during the Blitz in 1940. Date: early 1960s

Background imageGiles Collection: Queen Annes bath

Queen Annes bath was once a public bath situated in Old Belton Street between St Giles and Long Acre and fed from a spring in Highgate

Background imageGiles Collection: A large memorail bronze relief of Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894

A large memorail bronze relief of Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) by Augustus Saint-Gaudens on the west wall of the Moray Aisle (1904) in St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland

Background imageGiles Collection: Monument of John Speed, In The Chancel of St Giles ?

Monument of John Speed, In The Chancel of St Giles ?
Monument of John Speed, In The Chancel of St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Background imageGiles Collection: St. Giles Fair, Oxford in 1924

St. Giles Fair, Oxford in 1924 Date: 1924

Background imageGiles Collection: Bomb damage, St Giles Church, Cripplegate, London

Bomb damage, St Giles Church, Cripplegate, London, August 1946

Background imageGiles Collection: Plas St Giles, Caen, France

Plas St Giles, Caen, France

Background imageGiles Collection: Edinburgh St. Giles Cathedral Royal Mile Victorian period

Edinburgh St. Giles Cathedral Royal Mile Victorian period

Background imageGiles Collection: St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh

St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh

Background imageGiles Collection: St Giles fair, Oxford

St Giles fair, Oxford

Background imageGiles Collection: St. Giles Fair Oxford early 1900s

St. Giles Fair Oxford early 1900s

Background imageGiles Collection: Weymoor Post Office and Hall's Newsagents Shop

Weymoor Post Office and Hall's Newsagents Shop, Harborne, south-west Birmingham. Note the K3 telephone box/booth/kiosk (right) - the K3, introduced in 1929, again by Giles Gilbert Scott

Background imageGiles Collection: Edinburgh St. Giles Cathedral Victorian period

Edinburgh St. Giles Cathedral Victorian period

Background imageGiles Collection: St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh early 1900's

St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh early 1900's

Background imageGiles Collection: St Giles Church, Farnborough, Kent

St Giles Church, Farnborough, Kent. Date: circa 1910

Background imageGiles Collection: St Giles Cathedral, High Street, Edinburgh, Scotland

St Giles Cathedral, High Street, Edinburgh, Scotland
St Giles Cathedral, viewed from the NE, High Street, Edinburgh, Scotland Date: 1930s

Background imageGiles Collection: Modernist House, Chalfront, St. Giles. Interiors

Modernist House, Chalfront, St. Giles. Interiors
Some photographs of some room interiors to a modernist house constructed in reinforced concrete, located at Chalfront, St

Background imageGiles Collection: Modernist House, Chalfront, St. Giles

Modernist House, Chalfront, St. Giles
A photograph of a modernist house constructed in reinforced concrete, located at Chalfront, St. Giles, designed in 1935 by architects Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Ivan Chermayeff. Date: circa 1937

Background imageGiles Collection: St. Giles

St. Giles
A colourful oil painting of a young woman wearing a red dress and black cloak hood, knelt on the grassm oetting a young deer, other figures populate the background with a horse. Date: 1920

Background imageGiles Collection: Otter Hunting in Dorset

Otter Hunting in Dorset
The Courtenay Tracy Otterhounds in action at Witchampton, Dorset. The top image shows the Keep Gate of St Giles's. Date: 1932

Background imageGiles Collection: Poster, Motor Exhibition, Olympia, London

Poster, Motor Exhibition, Olympia, London
Poster, Motor Exhibition, Cars & Boats, Olympia, London, 17-26 October 1935 Date: 1935

Background imageGiles Collection: Army Encampment at the British Museum, Gordon Riots

Army Encampment at the British Museum, Gordon Riots
Army Encampment at the British Museum, London, at the time of the Gordon Riots. Date: 1780

Background imageGiles Collection: Beating the Bounds, Bloomsbury, London

Beating the Bounds, Bloomsbury, London Date: 19th century

Background imageGiles Collection: John Milton's (1608 - 1674), English poet and intellectual, house at 19 York Street (Petty France)

John Milton's (1608 - 1674), English poet and intellectual, house at 19 York Street (Petty France), where he lived until the Restoration

Background imageGiles Collection: TOMB OF RICHARD PENDRILL

TOMB OF RICHARD PENDRILL
Memorial tomb to Richard Pendrill, who assisted the defeated King Charles II to escape after the Battle of Worcester (1651), St. Giles Churchyard, London. Date: died 1671

Background imageGiles Collection: DAWBENEY TOMB

DAWBENEY TOMB
The tomb of Sir Giles Dawbeney and Lady Elizabeth Dawbeney : he was Lord Lieutenant of Calais. They died in the early 16th century Date: circa 1780

Background imageGiles Collection: HOGARTH NOON HUGUENOTS

HOGARTH NOON HUGUENOTS
2. Noon Huguenot refugees attend chapel, opposite an eating house - St Giles in the Field is visible in the background. Date: 1738

Background imageGiles Collection: HOGARTH NOON

HOGARTH NOON
2. Noon Huguenot refugees attend chapel, opposite an eating house - St Giles in the Field is visible in the background. Date: 1738

Background imageGiles Collection: Stonewall Farm, Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire

Stonewall Farm, Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire by W. Carruthers Affleck

Background imageGiles Collection: Liverpool Cathedral - Liverpool, Merseyside

Liverpool Cathedral - Liverpool, Merseyside. The cathedral is based on a design by Giles Gilbert Scott and was constructed between 1904 and 1978

Background imageGiles Collection: Part of the London Wall in the churchyard of St. Giles

Part of the London Wall in the churchyard of St. Giles
Part of the ancient London Wall in the churchyard of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London. Built in the third century, and repaired by London Mayor Ralph Joceline in 1477

Background imageGiles Collection: John Speeds monument in the chancel of St. Giles

John Speeds monument in the chancel of St. Giles, Cripplegate. Speed was an Elizabethan cartographer and historian 1551-1629, depicted in lace ruff and doublet, holding a book and skull

Background imageGiles Collection: Portraits and grave monument of the Tradescants

Portraits and grave monument of the Tradescants
Oval portraits of naturalists and collectors John Tradescant the Elder and Younger, and their grave monument in the churchyard of St. Mary Lambeth

Background imageGiles Collection: Remains of the London Wall in St. Giles, Cripplegate

Remains of the London Wall in St. Giles, Cripplegate
Remains of the Roman London Wall in the churchyard of St. Giles, Cripplegate. Copperplate engraving by John Thomas Smith after original drawings by members of the Society of Antiquaries from his J.T

Background imageGiles Collection: William Craven, 1st Earl of Craven

William Craven, 1st Earl of Craven, 1608-1697, soldier under William Prince of Orange, son of William Craven, Lord Mayor of London

Background imageGiles Collection: Bas-relief of a gardener on the wall of Mr. Holylands

Bas-relief of a gardener on the wall of Mr. Holylands stables, Gardiners Lane. Man in doublet and breeches holding a spade, dated 1670

Background imageGiles Collection: Guy, Earl of Warwick, from a basso-relievio in Warwick Lane

Guy, Earl of Warwick, from a basso-relievio in Warwick Lane. Crusader hero killed the Danish champion, the giant Colbrand, for Athelstan of England

Background imageGiles Collection: John Milton, English poet, writer and civil servant

John Milton, English poet, writer and civil servant
John Milton (1608 - 1674), English poet, writer and civil servant. Portrait with associated locations -- Ludlow Castle (top left), Chalfont (top right), Christs College Cambridge (lower left)

Background imageGiles Collection: Fragment of London Wall with battlements, 1793

Fragment of London Wall with battlements, 1793
Fragment of London Wall with battlements built in 1477 during the reign of King Edward IV as it stood in the churchyard of St. Giles Cripplegate, 1793



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