A Vision of Middlesex was published to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Hornsey Historical Society. The book presents a selection of over one hundred and twenty 19th and early 20th Century photographs from the North Middlesex Photographic Society’s survey and record of Middlesex.
The photographs record long-vanished scenes of Crouch End, Edmonton, Enfield, Hampstead, Highgate, Hornsey, Palmers Green, Stroud Green, Tottenham, and Wood Green. Details of the photographers and locations are given.
Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: HHS (2011)
Sale price: £8.00 +p&p
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About the authors
Janet Owen has lived in Hornsey all her working life, spent in London schools as a teacher and schools’ inspector and adviser. She is currently HHS Publications Manager and a member of the General Committee. Janet has written several HHS Bulletin articles and two books.
John Hinshelwood lives in Harringay and was HHS Curator & Archivist, 1998-2005. John is a frequent contributor to the HHS Bulletin and spends his time researching and writing on aspects of local history. He is the author of several books. For a number of years he was Secretary of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society (LAMAS) local history committee.
You can read some extracts from the book on the website.