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BoulangerieBonMatin Sep 12
Elton John and Bernie Taupin, , 1970 by Barrie Wentzell. Legends in a legendary place.
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Yale Books Sep 9
We're delighted to be publishing 'Hidden London: Discovering the Forgotten Underground' in association with . The book is full of spectacular archival and newly commissioned photographs, a selection of which are featured here:
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JeanFullerton Sep 3
Just 4weeks to go before you can read what happens next to the Brogan family.
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The-History-Blogger Aug 19
The worst disaster on Thames that is rarely spoken of:
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Andrew Cusack Sep 5
The Great Synagogue of London was the earliest Ashkenazi congregation in the city. Destroyed by enemy action during the Blitz on the night of 10 May 1941, it's surprising it wasn't rebuilt after the war.
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Adam Scott-Goulding Sep 3
Throughout the month of September I'm reblogging my Cartoon & Comic Book London posts on The Daily Constitutional. The series starts today with the father of sequential art William Hogarth. Read here:
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Diary of a Londoness Sep 6
A happy monkish fellow perches on The Blackfriar pub. Inside, you'll see more friars in the form of mosaics and sculptures. The pub is famous for its pies (and I don’t mean the kind Sweeney Todd sold on Fleet Street just down the road!) |
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The Charterhouse Aug 27
Great to see both William Makepeace Thackeray, and current Charterhouse resident Stanley Underhill on this literary map of
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Emma Jolly May 25
Useful website for anyone researching family history in Lambeth.
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BoulangerieBonMatin 5h
Finsbury Park opened in 1869, come and enjoy some of 's history and grab a croissant while you're at it!
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The American Magazine Jan 23
Meet the American Father of the London Underground - Charles Tyson Yerkes! Simon Murphy, curator , explores the influence of the US Transport Tycoon on London's famous Tube
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Tayyabs Sep 3
Roman Road , looking a little different to today!
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The Bloomsbury Institute Sep 16
The Town House: Building, Collecting and Display Edited by Kate Retford, Susanna Avery-Quash
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West9er May 7
🎧 essential listening ☝🏽😎
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History Workshop May 15
"We like to be in situ, in the landscape, to aid imagination and recreation. Wormholes of time." on performative walking, radical pubs, and Thomas Spence. Check it out!
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Tom Almeroth-W Feb 4
Delighted to be giving a talk & signing books at this exciting exhibition on 20 June. You’ll find in the Museum shop throughout the run & hopefully beyond!
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John Price Mar 26
Do you research health and wellbeing in London's history? Do you like speaking to nice folks? Are you free on 16 November? If the answer to these is YES, you need to get on this pretty quick!! 📢
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Joe Feb 25
Can anybody recommend books/documentaries/online resources about the 19c Chinese diaspora in and around Limehouse? ( perhaps may know!?)
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History Workshop May 5
OTD in 1818 Karl Marx was born. Explore the London Marx arrived in as a refugee by listening to History Workshop's 10-part walking tour:
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Shannon Selin May 27
London's Royal Bazaar, the site of an unusual Napoleon-related exhibit, was destroyed by fire on May 27, 1829
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