Boston S West End

Author: Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439621624
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THE WEST END HOUSE AND ELIZABETH PEABODY HOUSE Members of the
1955–56 West End House basketball team were, from left to right, as follows: (
front row) Jim Guskiewicz, Sal Bellistri, Dom Sarcia, Charlie La Rosa, Roger
Jackman, and Joe Russo; (back row) Coach Paul Skiffington, Sam Bottari, Tony
Comperchio, Tony Louolo, Pat Videtti, and Director Jack Burnes. (Courtesy of the
West End Historical Association.) The Elizabeth Peabody House was established
in 1896 ...

London S West End Actresses And The Origins Of Celebrity Charity 1880 1920

Author: Catherine Hindson
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
ISBN: 1609384253
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Among his instructions, Lowenfeld advised Carson that “it would be advisable to
print on a slip the names of the order of the Speakers, and Distribute these slips
in the House, so that the programme is not interrupted at the meeting. ... As the
actor-manager of one of London's smaller West End houses he was working his
way toward a public professional status comparable to that held by Cyril Maude
and Frederick Harrison, the managers who had lent the Haymarket Theatre for
the ...

The New Monthly Magazine

Author: Thomas Campbell
Publisher:
ISBN:
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A very singular and rare gold coin of Richard the Third, in fine preservation, was
lately discovered at an ancient house in Devon, and which second bed of Rock
Salt at Witton, near Northwich, Cheshire; a specimen of a singular variety of the ...
Mrs. Archer—At Didorook, Mr. M. Ally—At Tewkesbury, Mrs. Dumble—At West
End House, Wickwar, the Rev. W. Summers. hampshire. There are two plans
proposed for the Ship Canal from London to Langstone harbour, one by Mr.
Cundy, ...

Transactions Of The Royal Historical Society Volume 13

Author: Janet L. Nelson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521830768
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A good West End house and the entertainment it facilitated could be an antidote
to worse offences than that. The duchess of Devonshire was wary that people
might think she shunned Lady Derby not because of the exposure of that lady's
affair with the duke of Dorset, but simply because she no longer had at her
disposal the use of the magnificent Derby House, also in Grosvenor Square,
which had been expensively and prominently transformed by Robert and James
Adam only a few ...

Houses For All

Author: Jill Wade
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 0774804548
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The conversion of the core neighbourhoods into multiple dwelling areas began
before 1900 in the business district and the east end and later spread to the West
End. By 1901, dollar-a-day hotels with saloons, where proprietors and bartenders
watched out for 'good and drunk' loggers on a spree 'after hard days and weeks
of work in the woods,' had become concentrated in parts of the business district
and the east end.“ The Vancouver health department had also initiated
inspections ...

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Author: Stephen Inwood
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 0330532189
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north of his favourite London home, St James's Palace, to Henry Jermyn, Earl of
St Albans, a courtier and protégé of the King's mother. After the disasters of 1665
and 1666 there was a booming demand for good houses in the new West End,
and Jermyn began developing St James's Square and its surrounding streets as
a fashionable and largely self-contained community, with its own Wren church,
market and central square. He leased building plots to men who were able to
raise the ...

The Town House In Georgian London

Author: Rachel Stewart
Publisher: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art
ISBN:
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Stepping away from conventional analyses of materials or style and into the previously unexplored world of the house owner, this book takes a fresh look at both the social, as well as the architectural, importance of the 18th-century London ...

Complete Works Of Robert And James Adam And Unbuilt Adam

Author: David King
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135142491
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Robert Adam's 1785 proposals for Leith Street, Edinburgh, concern a row of ten
houses, with some shops below them. These were to stand on the north-west
side of Leith Street, to the east of the Register Office. The Register House
Trustees had rights over the ground here, and as Adam had designed the
Register House itself, he was asked to make proposals for the site. It is a very
awkward site, being convex along the front, straight along the back, angled at
each end, and on a slope ...

Mifflinburg And The West End

Author: Marion Lois Huffines
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 0738592129
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Mifflinburg offers a multi-day Christkindl Market celebration; a springtime Buggy
Day; a Fourth of July celebration with all-day eating and evening fireworks; a
summer evening for the Blueberries and Bluegrass Festival; a five-day Fireman's
Carnival; summer Concerts in the Park; the fall weekend Oktoberfest; and a
December Holiday House Tour. The West End, just north of Laurelton, puts on
the weeklong West End Fair, a celebration of agriculture and farming skills,
eating and ...