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Bulletins Nos. 39-30

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Bulletin No. 39 (1998)

Articles

Campsbourne School – 100 years in Hornsey, Ruth Phillips
Herbert Henry Lansley -“Meccano Man” of Fortis Green Road, David Harrison
A Token of a Fashionable Past: The Hornsey Halfpenny of 1797, Peter Barber
Thomas Oakes and Westbury House – Further insights into a Victorian household, Albert Pinching
My Favourite Local Place of Refreshment, Vic Pearce
Memories of Crouch End and the “Ferme-Parkers”, Violet M Jackson

Notes & Queries

A View of Holy Innocents Road, Ken Gay
In Memoriam – Peter Curtis, Editor
“Woodlands” and George Du Maurier (1834-96), Joan Schwitzer
St Benet Fink church, Tottenham, Joan Schwitzer
Charles Rook, builder of Muswell Hill, Mrs Howe
The Storys/Storeys of Highgate, Jill Lince
The Storys/Storeys of Highgate, Mrs L. M. Lenihan (nee Storey)
Picture Postcard Man, Ken Gay
More on the Flag (2/7th Batt.Middx Reg.), Joan Schwitzer

Reviews

A Plan of Hackney Church and Churchyard by Roger Root the Younger 1741, Peter Barber

Bulletin No. 38 (1997)

Articles

Local Historic Houses, 3, Woodside House, Wood Green, Albert Pinching
Elgar and the Mighty Hunter of Muswell Hill, Jacob O’Callaghan
Hornsey Historical Society: how it all began, Ruth Phillips
The Colour of the 2/7th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, James Geddes
Hornsey Cameo Dramatic Society, Vic Pearce
Robert Paul: Film Pioneer of Muswell Hill, Ken Gay
Ruth Rogers Essay Winner 1995, Changes I Have Seen, Denis Hoy

Notes & Queries

Who was the artist E. Scarfe? Vic MaRae
Local Surgeries, Ken Gay

Reviews

People and Places edited by Joan Schwitzer, Jack Whitehead
When the ‘Chute went up by Dolly Sedgwick, Ruth Phillips

Bulletin No. 37 (1996)

Articles

Hornsey’s Historic Houses, 2; Grove Lodge, Muswell Hill, Joyce Horner
Growing up in the Depression. Crouch End and Wood Green in the 1920s and 1930s, Margaret Hudson
Girls Can Kick! 100 years of ladies on the pitch [Football], Tania Jones
Bounds Green Farm: The Reminiscences of Edna Burgess, Edna Burgess
The Making of Our Northern Heights, Andy Attenburrow
An Edwardian Family. The Memories of Margo and Ivy Forge, Joan Schwitzer
Highgate School, North Road, Highgate Village, Christopher Miele
The Story of the Hornsey toll gate (part 1), Cecil Harris

Correspondence

Whymark Family, Cecil Harris
The story of the Hornsey Toll Gate (part 1), Cecil Harris

Notes & Queries

Campsbourne Memories, June Thomas
The Cromwell / Norris Family, Hornsey 1895-1945, Richard Cromwell

Reviews

The Growth of Muswell Hill by Jack Whitehead, Ken Gay
A Story Told in Wonder – The History of the Hornsey YMCA by Donald Dakin, Ken Gay
Unreasonable Behaviour by Don McCullin, Ken Gay

Bulletin No. 36 (1995)

Articles

Hornsey’s Historic Houses 1, The Limes, Highgate (Southwood Hospital), Joan Schwitzer
The Sage of Muswell Hill. William Ernest Henley (1849-1903), Jules Kosky
Memories of St Mary’s School in the 1920s, H.K. King
Hornsey Pumping Station (site of Brick or Tower Place), Malcolm Stokes
Ruth Rogers Essay Winner – Weekends at Home when I was young, Denis Hoy
Ruth Rogers Essay Winner – The Story of my House [Cranley Gardens], Mary Groves
War Time Treats, Catherine Ball
Coronation Day – June 10, 1910, Catherine Ball
Henry Tidmarsh, the unknown artist of Muswell Hill, Ken Gay
The Bounds Green Incident, Cecil Harris

Notes & Queries

Campsbourne Cottage Estate, Joan Schwitzer
George Cruikshank (1792-1878). A Hornsey and Wood Green connection, Joan Schwitzer
Demolition of St Saviour, Alexandra Park Road, Ken Gay
The Whymark Family, Editor
Armistice Day Letter, Ken Gay

Bulletin No. 35 (1994)

Articles

The Greig Family of Hornsey, Ken Gay
The Rink – A Hornsey Cinema [Stroud Green Road], Ken Gay
Trams and Things: 1910-1930, Eric Barton
The old Queen’s Head tavern, Cecil Harris
Hornsey Home Guard, Hilda Wright
Ducketts in Stuart Times, Cecil Harris
Armistice Day – 1918 and a Hornsey Historical Mystery, Editor
Hornsey Village in 1920, Arthur Batterbury
Hornsey Air Raids Recorded [by Kathy Robertson], Ken Gay
Bruce Castle – A Brief History, Peter Curtis

Reviews

The Edwardian House – The Middle-Class Home in Britain 1880-1914 by Helen Long, Ken Gay
Highgate School – a history by Thomas Hinde, Steven Schwitzer

Notes & Queries

The Limes, The Clay Family and Muswell Hill, Ken Gay
Peter Garland – Hornsey Artist, Ken Gay

Correspondence

Bulletin 34, Hilda Cook
DWEK site, 101 Tottenham Lane, R.F. Doe

Poem

Autumn Equinox, Fleur Bowers

Bulletin No. 34 (1993)

Articles

From Crouch End to Australia, Beth Pellekaan
Duckett’s Manor and The King’s Great Matter, Cecil Harris
The Crown Jewels – A Carpenter’s Story [apprentice to John Willmott & Son], Ted Johnson
Charles Darwin and The Tegetmeiers, Ruth Phillips
Green Fingers in Hornsey [George Coulson], Sheila West
Wheels for the People – The North London Athletic and Cycling Grounds, Albert Pinching
Grand Avenue, Muswell Hill. The First 90 years., Caroline Bradford

Notes & Queries

A Shadbolt Photograph Identified, Michael Hammerson
Local Members of Parliament, Ken Gay
The Stapletons of Stapleton Hall, Joan Schwitzer

Reviews

Home Fires. A North London Suburb at War, Penelope Hunting

Correspondence

Home Fires, R.F. Doe
Home Fires, W.H. Rust
Home Fires, Mary Groves
Home Fires, Alan Aris

Poem

Highgate Woods, Jill Bamber

Bulletin No. 33 (1992)

Articles

Hornsey and the Member for Air, Noel Pemberton Billing and the 1941 By-Election, Barbara Stoney
One That Got Away. A Lone Raider’s Flight over London, Ben Travers
Home from Home, Belgians in Wartime Highgate, Ann Kritzinger and Ben Travers
HHS Essay Competition – Community in the Front Line – Introduction, Ben Travers
HHS Essay Competition – Stroud Green Blitz Kid, Peter Allbutt
HHS Essay Competition – Schoolboy Memories John Newstead
HHS Essay Competition – Bangers and Mash, Mary Groves
HHS Essay Competition – A Fireman’s Lot, Arthur Edwards
Bomb damage in the Borough of Hornsey 1939-1945 [map], anon

Notes & Queries

Notes on Contributors, Barbara Stoney, Ben Travers, Ann Kritzinger, Peter Allbutt, John Newstead, Mary Groves, Arthur Edwards

Bulletin No. 32 (1991)

Articles

Highgate Tunnel: or The Secret Arch, 1812, Joan Schwitzer
Hornsey in Literature. The Journal of Thomas Moore (1779-1856), Joan Schwitzer
Father and Son: Robert and James Pollard, print-makers, Roy Hidson
Neighbours of Coleridge; some family papers. (The Recollections by Marina Mary Martin nee Counsell, granddaughter of George Stringer), Ben Travers
Sunday Trading and the Highgate Establishment, 1843, Joan Schwitzer
John Hallifax, Victorian, Diana de Quin
Rabbits and Pheasants in Muswell Hill [Mr Cable’s Reminiscences], Ken Gay
Who Was Who in Hornsey, 9, John Samuel Alder (1847-1919), Ken Gay
Norton Lees & The Atkin Family: a postscript to The Muswell Hill Outrage, Bryan Grugeon
Crouch End School c1918, Eric Davis

Notes & Queries

Glimpses of Old Highgate – Highgate School estate tenants, 1817, Editor
Glimpses of Old Highgate – A lost green [37-41 North Hill, Highgate & Cowley’s Cottages], Editor
Duckett’s – part of Wood Green’s rural past, Editor

Reviews

Constabulary Duties by Michael Dixon [Police], Ken Gay
Islington – The Parish of St Mary by Jim Connell and Dick Whetstone, Ken Gay
The Book of Crouch End by Ben Travers, Ruth Phillips
Islington Entertained by Bill Manley, Ken Gay

Correspondence

The Muswell Hill Outrage, Richard Sharp
Harold Guylee Chester, Edna Quinlan
Harold Guylee Chester and Charles Webber, H.L.Webber

Bulletin No. 31 (1990)

Articles

All Muswell Hill and Little Betty Martin: the establishing of a Congregational Church, 1890-1929, Clyde Binfield
The Muswell Hill Outrage, A London Suburban Crime of the 1880s, Jill Hetherington
Who Was Who in Hornsey, 8, George Potter (1837-1927) Antiquarian Collector, Liz Sagues
A Speculator at Work – The Tale of a Lease. [46 Langham Road, Tottenham], Joan Schwitzer
Childhood in Victorian Tottenham, Norma Lacy
Charlotte Cowdroy (1864-1932) Headmistress of Crouch End High School and College, Mary Groves
Eva West, Housewife, Sheila West
A Medal of Hornsey Cottage Hospital, Peter Barber

Notes & Queries

Tottenham Wood Farm – a Methodist connection, Ken Gay
Glimpses of late-Victorian and Edwardian developers, Editor

Reviews

Greater London local history – Directory and Bibliography by Peter Marcam, Ian Murray
Not bricks alone, 100 years of worship and service [Union Church, Crouch End], Arthur Scholey
Pinning down the past. Finds from a Hendon dig by Edward Sammes, Don Fishlock
Royal Mail. The Post Office since 1840 by M.J. Daunton, Joan Schwitzer
The Almshouses of London by Clive Berridge, Ken Gay

Notes on Contributors

Liz Sagues, Norma Lacey, Mary Groves, Sheila West, Peter Barber

Bulletin No. 30 (1989)

Articles

Civic Pride in Hornsey – The building of the Town Hall complex in the 1930s, Bridget Cherry
Keeping the Doctor Away. Recollections of medical care before the Health Service, Joan Schwitzer
Jubilee Mugs and Coronation Fruits. Schooldays in the Thirties, Diana de Quin
HHS Essay Competition – Priory Park. Its purchase and development, James Savin
HHS Essay Competition – Open Spaces in Haringey, Arthur Centa
HHS Essay Competition – Night View from Summerland Grange [Poem], Grace Lilian Hodge
Who Was Who in Hornsey 7,Harold Guylee Chester, Philanthropist, 1887-1973, John Adlington

Notes & Queries

Fifty Years Ago – Gas, Electricity and Civic Pride in Crouch End, Hornsey. The drawings of Arthur Ayres, Editor
An archives acquisition [Records of Crouch End Playing Fields], Ken Gay
After Shadbolt – a ghost story, George Halse

Reviews

A North London Childhood by Louise Blundell, Sylvia Bond
Connections. Haringey local-national-world links by Sylvia Collicott, Joan Schwitzer
Furnishing the World. The East London Furniture Trade 1830-1980 by Pat Kirkham, Rodney Mace and Julia Porter, Ken Gay
Southgate: A Glimpse into the Past by Alan Dumayne, Ken Gay
Northern Wastes: The Story of the Uncompleted Northern Line Extensions by Jim Blake & Jonathan James, Martin Higginson

Notes on Contributors

John Adlington, Bridget Cherry, Diana de Quin, George Halse, James Savin