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Milton Collection

Background imageMilton Collection: Gravesend / Milton Place

Gravesend / Milton Place
Gravesend, Kent: Public Library, Reading Rooms, and Subscription Promenade Rooms in Milton Place

Background imageMilton Collection: Satan Flies to Earth

Satan Flies to Earth
Satan, foiled in his ambitions in Heaven, descends to Earth to see what he can find to do down here

Background imageMilton Collection: Mairzy Doats and Dozy Doats - Music Sheet Cover

Mairzy Doats and Dozy Doats - Music Sheet Cover
Mairzy Doats and Dozy Doats (Mares eats Oats and Does Eat Oats) - Music Sheet Cover, words and music by Milton Drake, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingstone

Background imageMilton Collection: Gravesend / Milton C1840?

Gravesend / Milton C1840?
Gravesend, Kent: proposed development at Milton-on-Thames at the Royal Terrace Pier and Gardens

Background imageMilton Collection: Bridge Street, Ballater, Aberdeenshire

Bridge Street, Ballater, Aberdeenshire
Bridge Street, Ballater, near Milton of Tullich, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Showing Premises of MacKenzies Tobacconist Date: 1910s

Background imageMilton Collection: New Milton, Hampshire - Station Road

New Milton, Hampshire - Station Road. I can report that the Coal and Manure Merchants is now a Ladbrokes...! Date: circa 1908

Background imageMilton Collection: Dore, Paul Gustave (1832-1883). Paradise Lost

Dore, Paul Gustave (1832-1883). Paradise Lost. 1886-. Illustration for John Miltons work. Etching

Background imageMilton Collection: John Milton Vertue

John Milton Vertue
JOHN MILTON English poet and puritan at the age of 21, with the motto: " Poets are born, not made"

Background imageMilton Collection: John Milton Dictating

John Milton Dictating
JOHN MILTON depicted dictating Paradise Lost to his daughters

Background imageMilton Collection: England / Milton Abbas

England / Milton Abbas
The distinctive charm of the village street of Milton Abbas, Dorset. Built in the 1780s by Sir William Chambers at the request of Lord Milton; an early English model village Date: 1950s

Background imageMilton Collection: SATAN IN COUNCIL

SATAN IN COUNCIL
Satan in Council Date: first published 1667

Background imageMilton Collection: Milton Dictating

Milton Dictating
JOHN MILTON English writer, depicted after he had become blind, dictating to his daughter

Background imageMilton Collection: Poster, Aladdin at Grand Theatre, Halifax

Poster, Aladdin at Grand Theatre, Halifax
Pantomime poster, Milton Rays production of Aladdin at the Grand Theatre, Halifax. circa 1900

Background imageMilton Collection: Urinal Advert 1889

Urinal Advert 1889
Milton Syers Peckham urinal 1889

Background imageMilton Collection: Red Lion & High Street, Milford on Sea, Lymington, England

Red Lion & High Street, Milford on Sea, Lymington, England
Red Lion & High Street, Milford on Sea, Lymington, near New Milton, Hampshire, England. Date: 1930s

Background imageMilton Collection: National Childrens Home (NCH) Milton School, Farnborough

National Childrens Home (NCH) Milton School, Farnborough
Boys on the lawn at the Milton Industrial School run by the National Childrens Home (NCH) in Farnborough, Hampshire. In 1933, the establishment became Milton Approved School

Background imageMilton Collection: Milton Industrial School, Alexandra Road, Farnborough

Milton Industrial School, Alexandra Road, Farnborough
Inmates and staff of the Milton Industrial School, Alexandra Road, Farnborough Date: 1912

Background imageMilton Collection: Milton / Comus / Stars 1634

Milton / Comus / Stars 1634
the Stars That nature hung in Heav n, and fill d their Lamps with everlasting oil, to give due light To the misled and lonely Travailer. Date: First published : 1634

Background imageMilton Collection: Milton Abbey, Northamptonshire

Milton Abbey, Northamptonshire (not to be confused with the school at Blandford, Dorset). Date: 1831

Background imageMilton Collection: Milton / Areopagitica

Milton / Areopagitica
A speech of John Milton for the Liberty of Unlicenc d Printing - title page of the original edition

Background imageMilton Collection: John Milton at 21

John Milton at 21
JOHN MILTON English poet and puritan at the age of 21

Background imageMilton Collection: Poster, Gentleman Joe, a musical comedy

Poster, Gentleman Joe, a musical comedy, a Milton Bode production at the Grand Theatre

Background imageMilton Collection: REBEL ANGELS SUMMONED

REBEL ANGELS SUMMONED
The rebel angels summoned to the conclave Date: First published: 1667

Background imageMilton Collection: Milton, Miniature

Milton, Miniature
JOHN MILTON poet and pamphleteer Date: 1608-1674

Background imageMilton Collection: The Wits of Windsor, a Milton-ian Pun

The Wits of Windsor, a Milton-ian Pun

Background imageMilton Collection: Devon Well 1930S

Devon Well 1930S
A country lass fetches water from the well in Milton Coombe, South Devon, England

Background imageMilton Collection: Grub Street, London, C18

Grub Street, London, C18
Grub Street, near Moorfields, described by Dr. Johnson as much inhabited by writers of small histories, dictionaries and temporary poems. It was named Milton Street in 1830

Background imageMilton Collection: Milton / Poems 1645

Milton / Poems 1645
JOHN MILTON English poet

Background imageMilton Collection: Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association

Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association
Notice, Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association, Victoria House, Victoria Street, Westminster, London SW. Free supplies of water for man and beast in the streets of London. 1887

Background imageMilton Collection: MILTON / REBEL ANGELS / DORE

MILTON / REBEL ANGELS / DORE
The rebel angels are defeated Date: First published: 1667

Background imageMilton Collection: Damer - Lord Milton

Damer - Lord Milton

Background imageMilton Collection: High Street, Milton

High Street, Milton

Background imageMilton Collection: Milton High Street early 1900s

Milton High Street early 1900s

Background imageMilton Collection: Upstairs Downstairs, man in evening dress, man with baby

Upstairs Downstairs, man in evening dress, man with baby
Upstairs Downstairs, upper class man in evening dress (L) and man feeding a baby with a bottle (R) Date: circa 1910

Background imageMilton Collection: Upstairs Downstairs, maid doing laundry, lady singing

Upstairs Downstairs, maid doing laundry, lady singing
Upstairs Downstairs, maid doing the laundry with tub and washboard (L) and lady singing (R) Date: circa 1910

Background imageMilton Collection: Upstairs Downstairs, cook in kitchen, lady at the opera

Upstairs Downstairs, cook in kitchen, lady at the opera
Upstairs Downstairs, cook in the kitchen rolling out pastry (L) and lady at the opera (R) Date: circa 1910

Background imageMilton Collection: Rector's One O'Clock Revue, cabaret show

Rector's One O'Clock Revue, cabaret show
Three photos of Rector's One O'Clock Revue, the cabaret show staged at Rector's club, December 1923 presented by Carl Hyson

Background imageMilton Collection: Reeds And Peach Trees, Lavendon

Reeds And Peach Trees, Lavendon
A landscape painting of a grove of peach trees behind a clump of reeds, with a distant view of mountains, situated in Lavendon, Milton Keynes. Date: 1923

Background imageMilton Collection: Scene from The Merchant of Venice

Scene from The Merchant of Venice
Ernest Milton (1890-1974) as Shylock and Lydia Sherwood (1906-1989) as Jessica, in a production of The Merchant of Venice at the St James's Theatre. Date: 1932

Background imageMilton Collection: Production of Othello

Production of Othello
Actor Ernest Milton (1890-1974) played the title role in this production of Othello at the St James's Theatre. Also pictured are Nicholas Hannen (1881-1972) as Cassio and Henry Oscar (1891-1969)

Background imageMilton Collection: Cartoon, Sin, Death, and the Devil

Cartoon, Sin, Death, and the Devil, Vide Milton, by James Gillray. A parody of a scene from John Milton's epic poem, Paradise Lost, showing Prime Minister William Pitt (left) as Death

Background imageMilton 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 imageMilton Collection: Maud Milton as The Spirit of the Lake in King Arthur

Maud Milton as The Spirit of the Lake in King Arthur Date: 1890s

Background imageMilton Collection: Sketches of the musical Shake Your Feet at

Sketches of the musical Shake Your Feet at
Sketches of the Laddie Cliff musical Shake Your Feet at the London Hippodrome, 1927 with Janette Gilmore, Milton Hayes, Billy Milton, Gwen Farrar, Date: 1927

Background imageMilton Collection: Photograph of Royal Oak PH, Milton Street, Sussex

Photograph of Royal Oak PH, Milton Street, Sussex. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Face on view of the pub

Background imageMilton Collection: Photograph of Milton Arms, Old Ford, London

Photograph of Milton Arms, Old Ford, 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 1924

Background imageMilton Collection: John Miltons house

John Miltons house
A pretty garden-house in Petty France, Westminster. Milton lived there until the Restoration. Later it became No. 19 York Street, belonged to Jeremy Bentham

Background imageMilton Collection: Advert for Milton against influenza 1918

Advert for Milton against influenza 1918
Advertisement for Milton sterilising fluid, recommended for preventing and relieving influenza at a time when Spanish flu was rapidly spreading across the world. 1918



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