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Highgate Collection

Background imageHighgate Collection: Highgate Cemetery, London, 19th century

Highgate Cemetery, London, 19th century
Engraving showing Highgate Cemetery, London, at night sometime in the 19th century

Background imageHighgate Collection: Hampstead & Highgate Express sign in Hampstead, London

Hampstead & Highgate Express sign in Hampstead, London, next to a street lamp, left of picture. The building is on Perrin?s Court Hampstead NW3

Background imageHighgate Collection: St Michaels Church, Highgate, North London

St Michaels Church, Highgate, North London, consecrated and opened in 1832. Date: circa 1870s

Background imageHighgate Collection: Childrens Playroom, St Pelagias Home, Highgate

Childrens Playroom, St Pelagias Home, Highgate
The childrens playroom at St Pelagias Home for penitent girls at 34 Highgate West Hill, London N6. The home provided accommodation for unmarried mothers and their children. Date: circa 1932

Background imageHighgate Collection: Smallpox and Vaccination Hospital, Highgate, London

Smallpox and Vaccination Hospital, Highgate, London
The Highgate Smallpox and Vaccination Hospital, designed by Samuel Daukes, opened in 1850. In around 1896, after a new smallpox hospital opened at South Mimms

Background imageHighgate Collection: Highgate, London, 1888

Highgate, London, 1888
Engraving showing a number of sketches of Highgate, in North London, 1888

Background imageHighgate Collection: The tube railway form Charing Cross to Hampsted. Platform at

The tube railway form Charing Cross to Hampsted. Platform at
A view of the platform at Highgate during the running of experimental trains. The new tube railway from Charing Cross to Hampstead

Background imageHighgate Collection: Cycas revoluta, sago palm

Cycas revoluta, sago palm
A watercolour illustration of a sago palm (Cycas revoluta). Original artwork part of the James Yates (1789-1871) collection presented by the Linnean Society, 1914

Background imageHighgate Collection: Encephalartos horridus, Eastern Cape blue cycad

Encephalartos horridus, Eastern Cape blue cycad
A watercolour illustration of the Eastern Cape blue cycad (Encephalartos horridus), native to South Africa. Original artwork part of the James Yates (1789-1871)

Background imageHighgate Collection: A robin perched on the sculpture of a child leaning on an open book

A robin perched on the sculpture of a child leaning on an open book, on the grave of Antony David Hellyer (d.1939) and Maude Maria Hellyer in the west cemetery Highgate Cemetery, Hampstead, London

Background imageHighgate Collection: The Old Toll Gate, Highgate

The Old Toll Gate, Highgate
The Old Toll Gate and Toll House, Highgate in 1873 - Archway (erected in 1813) visible in the distance - the toll gate was demolished in 1876. Date: 1873

Background imageHighgate Collection: St Aloysius College, Highgate, North London

St Aloysius College, Highgate, North London
Boys in the playground of St Aloysius College, Highgate, North London. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageHighgate Collection: Coleridge Grove Highgate

Coleridge Grove Highgate
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE English poet and critics house at The Grove, Highgate, North London

Background imageHighgate Collection: Butchers to the Queen

Butchers to the Queen
J G Randall, butcher by appointment to Queen Victoria, and the Prince of Wales : presumably in central London, with branches in Highgate and Finchley

Background imageHighgate Collection: Photograph of Wrestlers PH, Highgate, London

Photograph of Wrestlers PH, Highgate, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Left Face on view of the pub

Background imageHighgate Collection: Photograph of Red Lion & Sun PH, Highgate, London

Photograph of Red Lion & Sun PH, Highgate, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Face on view of the pub

Background imageHighgate Collection: Photograph of Dukes Head PH, Highgate, London

Photograph of Dukes Head PH, Highgate, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Face on view of the pub. The back of the print (available on request) details: Trading Record 1934

Background imageHighgate Collection: St Josephs Retreat, Highgate, North London

St Josephs Retreat, Highgate, North London
St Josephs Retreat (Roman Catholic Church), Highgate, North London. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageHighgate 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 imageHighgate Collection: Highgate, London

Highgate, London Date: early 1900s

Background imageHighgate Collection: Pond Square, Highgate, London, early 1900s

Pond Square, Highgate, London, early 1900s Date: early 1900s

Background imageHighgate Collection: Pond Square, Highgate, London

Pond Square, Highgate, London Date: early 1900s

Background imageHighgate Collection: The Flask Inn, Highgate, London, early 1900s

The Flask Inn, Highgate, London, early 1900s Date: early 1900s

Background imageHighgate Collection: The Flask Inn, Highgate, London

The Flask Inn, Highgate, London Date: early 1900s

Background imageHighgate Collection: The Archway, Highgate, North London

The Archway, Highgate, North London Date: 1906

Background imageHighgate Collection: Photograph of J B Priestley and daughters. Captioned, Mr J B Priestley, with two of his daughters

Photograph of J B Priestley and daughters. Captioned, Mr J B Priestley, with two of his daughters, Sylvia and Mary, taken in the garden of his house at Highgate'

Background imageHighgate Collection: Highgate Pale Ale

Highgate Pale Ale

Background imageHighgate Collection: Tomb of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Old Highgate Chapel

Tomb of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Old Highgate Chapel
The Tomb of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, English poet, Old Highgate Chapel, North London. Date: 1869

Background imageHighgate Collection: Architect's design, entrance to Highgate Cemetery, London

Architect's design, entrance to Highgate Cemetery, London
Architect's design (B Ferrey), proposed entrance to Highgate Cemetery, North London, with floorplan below, engraved for The Lady's Magazine. Date: 1830

Background imageHighgate Collection: Early Victorian 1830s London Gothic Architecture

Early Victorian 1830s London Gothic Architecture
early, victorian, 1830s, london, gothic, architecture, building, buildings, spire, st, michael, michaels, churches, church, highgate, north, anglican, england, death, burial, monument, monuments

Background imageHighgate Collection: Victorian mourning card, Edgar George Pottle

Victorian mourning card, Edgar George Pottle
Victorian mourning card, In Loving Remembrance of Edgar George Pottle, MRCS LRCP, who died April 9th, 1880, aged 40, interred in the family grave, at Highgate Cemetery

Background imageHighgate Collection: Highgate Cemetery and St Michael's Church, North London

Highgate Cemetery and St Michael's Church, North London
View of Highgate Cemetery, North London, with St Michael's Church in the background. Engraving in the Illustrated News of the World. Date: 1859

Background imageHighgate Collection: Karl Marx monument, Highgate Cemetery, London

Karl Marx monument, Highgate Cemetery, London
The monument to Karl Marx above his grave in Highgate Cemetery, North London. Seen here on a rainy day, with sightseers holding umbrellas

Background imageHighgate Collection: HIGHGATE CEMETERY

HIGHGATE CEMETERY
North London Cemetery, Highgate Date: 1838

Background imageHighgate Collection: MABYS Dance Card, Highgate. London

MABYS Dance Card, Highgate. London
Dace card from a fund-raising dance, at Gate House, Highgate organised by MABYS (Metropolitan Association for Befriending Young Servants). Date: 1914

Background imageHighgate Collection: Sketch of Wrestlers PH, Highgate, London

Sketch of Wrestlers PH, Highgate, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Sketch of the pub. The back of the print (available on request) details: Nothing for the Wrestlers

Background imageHighgate Collection: Photograph of Whittington Stone PH, Highgate, London

Photograph of Whittington Stone PH, Highgate, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Corner on view of the pub

Background imageHighgate Collection: Photograph of Brookfield PH, Highgate, London

Photograph of Brookfield PH, Highgate, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Corner on view of the pub. The back of the print (available on request) details: Trading Record 1929

Background imageHighgate Collection: The Spaniards Inn

The Spaniards Inn is an historic pub on Spaniards Road between Hampstead and Highgate in London, England. It lies on the edge of Hampstead Heath near Kenwood House

Background imageHighgate Collection: The Old Chapel, Highgate

The Old Chapel, Highgate
This school chapel built in 1576, but was demolished in 1832 to make way for the larger St Michaels church. Date: 1875

Background imageHighgate Collection: Dorchester House, Highgate

Dorchester House, Highgate
View of Dorchester House, Highgate, erected by Henry Pierrepont, first Marquess of Dorchester, is mentioned as early as the year 1650. Date: 1875

Background imageHighgate Collection: Views of Highgate

Views of Highgate c.1800 - Highgate Town, Highgate Church, The Old Forge, Sir William Ashursts house and Mansion House. Date: 1875

Background imageHighgate Collection: Ivy Cottage, Highgate

Ivy Cottage, Highgate
Ivy Cottage Highgate, once the home of the 19th-century comedian and actor Charles Matthews (1776-1835). Date: 1875

Background imageHighgate Collection: The Whittington Stone

The Whittington Stone
An early 19th century rendering of the Whittington Stone which stands at the foot of Highgate Hill, London marking the spot where Dick Whittington

Background imageHighgate Collection: Smallpox Hospital

Smallpox Hospital
View of the Smallpox Hospital in Kings Cross opened in 1793-94. It was demolished around 1850 to make way for the St Pancras railway station and replaced by the Highgate Smallpox

Background imageHighgate Collection: The Funeral, the Charity Children and Highgate Tunnel

The Funeral, the Charity Children and Highgate Tunnel. Two children mourning their mother in a funeral procession 73, parish beadles leading a parade of children from a charity school 74

Background imageHighgate Collection: Charing Cross, Carlton House and the Quadrant, Regent Street

Charing Cross, Carlton House and the Quadrant, Regent Street. Statue of King Charles I by Le Sueur at Charing Cross 70, Carlton House by architect Henry Holland demolished in 1826 71

Background imageHighgate Collection: Joseph Chamberlain in his conservatory, Highgate, 1902

Joseph Chamberlain in his conservatory, Highgate, 1902
Joseph Chamberlain among his orchids in his conservatory at Highbury, Birmingham. Cover of The Sphere, 15th February 1902 Date: 1902



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