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Moffatt Collection

Background imageMoffatt Collection: A Scrape of the Pen by Graham Moffatt

A Scrape of the Pen by Graham Moffatt
Promotional postcard for A Scrape of the Pen by Graham Moffatt. First produced at the Athenaeum, Glasgow, 23rd April 1909 and Comedy Theatre, 4th September 1912

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Wycombe Union Workhouse, Saunderton, Buckinghamshire

Wycombe Union Workhouse, Saunderton, Buckinghamshire
The Wycombe Union workhouse at Saunderton during its use as a World War One military hospital. Several men in uniform stand at the left of the entrance

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Williton Union Workhouse

Williton Union Workhouse
The Union workhouse at Williton, Somerset. Some of the workhouse staff and some local residents are visible. The building, designed by George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Wycombe Union Workhouse, Saunderton, Oxfordshire

Wycombe Union Workhouse, Saunderton, Oxfordshire
The Wycombe Union workhouse at Saunderton, Oxfordshire. The building, designed by George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt, was erected in 1843

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Amesbury Union workhouse, Wiltshire

Amesbury Union workhouse, Wiltshire
A distant view of Amesbury, Wiltshire, with the Union workhouse on the left, designed by William Bonython Moffatt, and built on South Mill Hill in 1837. It was demolished in 1967

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Guildford Union workhouse during its First World War use as a military hospital

Guildford Union workhouse during its First World War use as a military hospital. The building, erected in 1836, was designed by George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Miss Iris Tree (Mrs Curtis Moffatt) wiht her son, 1920

Miss Iris Tree (Mrs Curtis Moffatt) wiht her son, 1920
Iris Tree (27 January 1897 13 April 1968) was an English poet, actress and artists model, described as a bohemian, an eccentric, a wit and an adventuress

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Main entrance, Union workhouse, Tendring, Essex

Main entrance, Union workhouse, Tendring, Essex
The main entrance and front driveway of the Tendring Union workhouse at Tendring Heath, Essex. A man, perhaps the workhouse porter, can just be seen

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Union Workhouse, Liskeard, Cornwall

Union Workhouse, Liskeard, Cornwall
The Liskeard Union workhouse, also known as Lamellion House, in Liskeard, Cornwall. Some inmates can be seen in the workhouse grounds

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Union Workhouse, Dunmow, Essex

Union Workhouse, Dunmow, Essex
The Dunmow Union workhouse at Great Dunmow, Essex. Two children play in front of the building. The workhouse, erected in 1838-40, was designed by George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Stafford County Asylum, Burntwood, Staffordshire

Stafford County Asylum, Burntwood, Staffordshire
The Staffordshire County Lunatic Asylum opened at Burntwood in 1864. The buildings, designed by William Lambie Moffatt, later became Burntwood Mental Hospital then St Matthews Hospital

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Union Workhouse, Northallerton, North Yorkshire

Union Workhouse, Northallerton, North Yorkshire
The Northallerton Union workhouse at Friarage Fields, Northallerton, North Yorkshire. A small dog stands near the entrance

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Moffatt Orphanage, Port Glasgow

Moffatt Orphanage, Port Glasgow
Boys sit on a bench at the Moffatt Orphanage, Port Glasgow

Background imageMoffatt Collection: St Columb Major Union Workhouse, Cornwall

St Columb Major Union Workhouse, Cornwall
A view of the St Columb Major Union workhouse. The building, erected in 1840, was designed by George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt Date: circa 1909

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Babington House Hospital, Belper, Derbyshire

Babington House Hospital, Belper, Derbyshire
Aerial view of Babington House Hospital, Belper, Derbyshire. The building, designed as a workhouse by George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt, was erected in 1839-40

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Union Workhouse, Guildford, Surrey

Union Workhouse, Guildford, Surrey
The entrance to the Guildford Union workhouse, Surrey, during its First World War deployment as a military hospital. Various military personnel can be seen, including an officer on crutches

Background imageMoffatt Collection: Union Workhouse, Williton, Somerset

Union Workhouse, Williton, Somerset
The Williton Union workhouse, opened in 1840 on Long Street, Williton, Somerset. The building was designed by George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt. The site later became Williton Hospital


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