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Residences Collection

Background imageResidences Collection: Cambridge Cottage, Kew

Cambridge Cottage, Kew, the birthplace of Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge (mother of Queen Mary). The house became the home of Princess Marys parents

Background imageResidences Collection: St. Jamess Palace - Court of St. James s

St. Jamess Palace - Court of St. James s
View of St. Jamess Palace, begun in 1532, showing the central gateway, which faces St. Jamess Street, the Treasure Chamber, and the Chapel Royal. Date: 1939

Background imageResidences Collection: King and Queen inspecting bomb damage at Buckingham Palace

King and Queen inspecting bomb damage at Buckingham Palace
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth pictured among the rubble at Buckingham Palace following German air raids during the Blitz, September 1940

Background imageResidences Collection: Duke and Duchess of Gloucester at home, 1960

Duke and Duchess of Gloucester at home, 1960
Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester (1900 - 1974), pictured together with his wife, Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester (1901 - 2004) examining a particularly interesting large plate. Date: 1960

Background imageResidences Collection: Royal Wedding 1947 - honeymoon at Broadlands

Royal Wedding 1947 - honeymoon at Broadlands
Broadlands, near Romsey in Hampshire, the home of Earl Mountbatten, where Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh spent the first part of their honeymoon

Background imageResidences Collection: Dunlop advertisement, Windsor Castle

Dunlop advertisement, Windsor Castle
A Dunlop advertisement featuring an illustration of Windsor Castle. 1937

Background imageResidences Collection: Royal Wedding 1891 - Cliveden

Royal Wedding 1891 - Cliveden
Cliveden, the seat of the Duke of Westminster near Taplow in Buckinghamshire, lent to Prince and Princess Aribert of Anhalt (the latter formerly Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein)

Background imageResidences Collection: First Court of the London Season at Buckingham Palace, 1922

First Court of the London Season at Buckingham Palace, 1922
A cut-away diagram of Buckingham Palace showing where the first court of the London Season, 1922. The entry for those attending Court was by way of the West Portico entrance

Background imageResidences Collection: Sydney as Macquarie Found It

Sydney as Macquarie Found It
A painting depiction of Sydney, circa 1809, as Governor Lachlan Macquarie found it. On the left hand side is Government House and its garden

Background imageResidences Collection: Sydney in 1813

Sydney in 1813
This view was taken from Grosvenor Street which is in the foreground. George Street crosses this at right angles in front of the white buildings with five windows on upper floor

Background imageResidences Collection: The Wharf, Sutton Courtney - home of Herbert Asquith

The Wharf, Sutton Courtney - home of Herbert Asquith
The country retreat of Prime Minister Herbert Asquith at Sutton Courtney, Berkshire (now in Oxfordshire after boundary changes in 1974). n 1912 the Prime Minister H. H

Background imageResidences Collection: Queen Elizabeths Sewing Bee at Buckingham Palace, 1939

Queen Elizabeths Sewing Bee at Buckingham Palace, 1939
Members of the Palace household and wives of employees of the Royal Mews assembled in the Blue Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeths Sewing Bee

Background imageResidences Collection: Governors Palace in Dakar, Senegal

Governors Palace in Dakar, Senegal
Palace of the General Governor of French West Africa in Dakar, Senegal. Date: circa 1920

Background imageResidences Collection: Road to the palace of Isma il Pasha in Ismailia, Egypt

Road to the palace of Isma il Pasha in Ismailia, Egypt
Road to the residential palace of Isma il Pasha in Ismailia, a city in north-eastern Egypt. Isma il Pasha, also known as Ismail the Magnificent, was the third Khedive of Egypt from 1863 to 1879

Background imageResidences Collection: Andafiavaratra Palace in Antananarivo, Madagascar

Andafiavaratra Palace in Antananarivo, Madagascar
View on Antananarivo (Tananarive) with Andafiavaratra Palace, the prime ministers residence, in the background, Madagascar. Date: circa 1910

Background imageResidences Collection: Soho, London - 39-86 Brewer Street W1

Soho, London - 39-86 Brewer Street W1, entrance to St Jamess Residences. 1973

Background imageResidences Collection: Queen Alexandras bungalow at Snettisham

Queen Alexandras bungalow at Snettisham
Bungalow belonging to Queen Alexandra at Snettisham, Norfolk, close to Sandringham. Date: 1912

Background imageResidences Collection: Royal Wedding 1947 - honeymoon at Birkhall

Royal Wedding 1947 - honeymoon at Birkhall
Birkhall on the Balmoral estate where Princess Elizabeth and her new husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh spent the second part of their honeymoon after their marriage at Westminster Abbey on 20

Background imageResidences Collection: Brantridge Park

Brantridge Park
The scene of the wedding reception for Lady May Cambridge after her marriage to Captain Henry Abel Smith, Brantridge Park in Sussex

Background imageResidences Collection: Morris High School in New York City, USA

Morris High School in New York City, USA
Morris High School at 166th Street and Boston Avenue in the Bronx District of New York City, USA, was opened 1897 and as one of the original New York City Public High Schools created by the New York

Background imageResidences Collection: Cars in the Mall proceeding to Buckingham Palace, Season

Cars in the Mall proceeding to Buckingham Palace, Season
Impression of the Mall during the height of the Summer Season in London, showing smart cars crawling to and from Buckingham Palace

Background imageResidences Collection: Hong Kong - The Peak Residences

Hong Kong - The Peak Residences - Large Buildings Amongst Hills. Part of Box 138 Boswell Collection - Hong Kong. Date: circa 1900

Background imageResidences Collection: Les Bruyeres, Duke of Connaughts Riviera villa

Les Bruyeres, Duke of Connaughts Riviera villa
A summer house on one of the lawns at Les Bruyeres, the home of the Duke of Connaught on Cap Ferrat near Nice on the French Riviera during the winter months. Date: 1929

Background imageResidences Collection: Farmstead at Egmere, Norfolk

Farmstead at Egmere, Norfolk
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Farmstead at Egmere, Norfolk for the Earl of Leicester. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges

Background imageResidences Collection: Farmstead at Morbourne, Milton

Farmstead at Morbourne, Milton
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Farmstead at Morbourne, Milton for Honble G. W. Fitzwilliam. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences

Background imageResidences Collection: Farmstead at Ludwell, Shaftesbury

Farmstead at Ludwell, Shaftesbury
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Farmstead at Ludwell, Shaftesbury for R.Graves Esq. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges

Background imageResidences Collection: Farmstead at Lymm, Cheshire

Farmstead at Lymm, Cheshire
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Farmstead at Lymm, Cheshire. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges, farm offices, cottages

Background imageResidences Collection: Agricultural Establishment

Agricultural Establishment
English domestic architecture: elevations of a extensive agricultural establishment at New Arad, Hungary for Count Zelenski

Background imageResidences Collection: Pair of semi-detached cottages

Pair of semi-detached cottages
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Pair of semi-detached cottages for R. Colyer Esq. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges

Background imageResidences Collection: Lodge at Thames Ditton

Lodge at Thames Ditton
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Lodge at Thames Ditton for E. Raphael Esq. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges, farm offices

Background imageResidences Collection: Lodge at Northaw, Hertfordshire

Lodge at Northaw, Hertfordshire
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Lodge at Northaw, Hertfordshire for N. B. Acworth Esq. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges

Background imageResidences Collection: Dairy Farm on Lancashire Estate

Dairy Farm on Lancashire Estate
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Dairy Farm on Lancashire Estate. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges, farm offices, cottages

Background imageResidences Collection: Shooting Lodge at Inverness

Shooting Lodge at Inverness
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Shooting Lodge at Strather-Wick, Inverness for J. Masson Esq. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences

Background imageResidences Collection: Lodge at Moorlands, York

Lodge at Moorlands, York
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Lodge at Moorlands near York for H.S. Thompson, who also owns the residences in plates 3, 4 and 5

Background imageResidences Collection: Residence at Roehampton, Surrey

Residence at Roehampton, Surrey
English domestic architecture: elevations of a small residence at Roehampton, Surrey. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges, farm offices

Background imageResidences Collection: Residence at Lavenham, Suffolk

Residence at Lavenham, Suffolk
English domestic architecture: elevations of a Residence at Lavenham, Suffolk for R. Graham Esq. From George Alfred Deans Series of Selected Designs for Country Residences, entrance lodges

Background imageResidences Collection: Orange Grove Avenue, Pasadena, California, USA

Orange Grove Avenue, Pasadena, California, USA
Orange Grove Avenue, showing Busch Fleming and Blossom Residences, Pasadena, California, USA. Date: circa 1907

Background imageResidences Collection: 54 Mount Street home of Prince & Princess Arthur Connaught

54 Mount Street home of Prince & Princess Arthur Connaught
No. 54 Mount Street, Park Lane, London, take by Prince Arthur of Connaught to be his London home after his marriage to his cousin, Princess Alexandra of Fife on 15 October 1913

Background imageResidences Collection: The Duke & Duchess of York & royal residences

The Duke & Duchess of York & royal residences
A portrait of the Duke and Duchess of York, the future King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) surrounded by their coat of arms and three residences of significance - Glamis Castle

Background imageResidences Collection: The Duke & Duchess of York at White Lodge

The Duke & Duchess of York at White Lodge
The Duke and Duchess of York, the future King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother), pictured superimposed in front of White Lodge in Richmond Great Park

Background imageResidences Collection: Queen Alexandras Christmas tree at Sandringham

Queen Alexandras Christmas tree at Sandringham
The impressive Christmas tree at the royal residence of Sandringham, Norfolk. c.1905

Background imageResidences Collection: Portrait of Abraham Lincoln, and his residences

Portrait of Abraham Lincoln, and his residences
The White House and the log cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born. Rock Spring Farm, Kentucky. February 12th 1809

Background imageResidences Collection: Queens Palace (Buckingham Palace) in 1809

Queens Palace (Buckingham Palace) in 1809
Queens Palace in St. Jamess Park, now Buckingham Palace, in 1809. Date: 1809

Background imageResidences Collection: Tatler front cover, London Season Number 1958

Tatler front cover, London Season Number 1958
Front cover of The Tatler, reporting on the London Season, though it would be the last year that debutantes were presented at court

Background imageResidences Collection: Buckingham Palace floodlit

Buckingham Palace floodlit
Buckingham Palace, official royal residence of the monarch in London, floodlit during the Silver Jubilee of King George V. Date: 1935

Background imageResidences Collection: South end of St. Jamess St, The New Club House and St James

South end of St. Jamess St, The New Club House and St James
A view of St. Jamess Palace from the top of St. Jamess Street with The New Club House pictured on the right. Date: c.1840

Background imageResidences Collection: Buckingham Palace, c. 1820s

Buckingham Palace, c. 1820s
Buckingham Palace as it looked in the early 19th century before the front fascia was added. Date: c.1820s

Background imageResidences Collection: Tatler - George V Silver Jubilee front cover

Tatler - George V Silver Jubilee front cover
Front cover of The Tatler in May 1935, celebrating the Silver Jubilee of King George V. Cover shows a view of Windsor Castle through a draped, decorated window aperture. Date: 1935



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