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Bulletin No. 29 (1998)

Articles

Down Cut-Throat Lane to the Abyssinian, Stan Cole
Memories of the Thirties – Working as a London Secretary, Emma Dickinson
Running out of Steam [Laundries], Joan Schwitzer
Rookfield Garden Estate – a study of the influence of the Garden City, Anne Trevett
Lost Houses of Haringey – Tottenham Wood Farm and Alexandra Park, Ken Gay
Nightingale Hall, Albert Pinching
Damn Yankees and the Met 1829-1986. The evolution of the Y District Police Force, Bernard Brown
Memories of Stroud Green Road, Mildred Sheppard

Reviews

Glimpses of Ancient Hackney and Stoke Newington by Benjamin Clarke, Roy Hidson
The Hospital on the Hill by Whittington History Project, Ruth Phillips
A Story of two Victorian Roads by Sylvia Bond, Ken Gay

Notes & Queries

Editorial – Bulletin
Memories of Hornsey Vale in the Thirties, Sylvia Nulty
Byford the Butcher, Crouch End, Editor
Notes on Contributors, Bernard Brown, Emma Dickenson, Ken Gay, Albert Pinching, Anne Trevett, Mildred Sheppard

Correspondence

Bulletin name, Eric Barton
Poet of the Thirties, Kenneth Kitchin
Born and Bred, Kathleen Parkyn
Schoolboy poet of the Thirties, Frank Dash
Last Bulletin, Jean Tsushima
Last Bulletin, Alice Diffey
Last Bulletin, Peter Curtis
Last Bulletin, R. F. Bond

Bulletin No. 28 (1987)

Articles

Schoolboy Poet of the Thirties. The Verse Diary of Kenneth Kitchen, Frank Dash
From Manor House to Museum – Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Jean Pegram
Hornsey in Literature, Norman Longmate, Joan Schwitzer
The Welshman Who Got on His Bike [Albert Parry], Albert Parry
Stump Orators in Wood Green and Harringay, Andrew Whitehead
Ruth Rogers Essay Competition – How I Came to Live in Hornsey, Hugh Garnsworthy
Ruth Rogers Essay Competition – Born and Bred 1, Kathleen Parkyn
Ruth Rogers Essay Competition – Born and Bred 2, Leslie Cheshire
Local Democrats. The Hornsey Vestry in Action 1740-1800, Richard Samways

Reviews

Domesday Book and the Origins of Edmonton Hundred by Stephen Doree, Ken Gay
Over the Counter by F.E. Butler and D. Hoy, Ken Gay
The Worst Street in North London by Jerry White, Ken Gay
Exploring the New River by Michael Essex-Lopresti, Joan Schwitzer

Notes & Queries

Notes on Contributors, Frank Dash
Notes on Contributors, Richard Samways, Joan Schwitzer, Andrew Whitehead
Highgate seventeenth century token coins, Editor
A Hornsey 1797 token coin, Editor
The Lady and the Slave, Editor
Notes on Contributors, Leslie Cheshire, Hugh Garnsworthy, Albert Parry, Jean Pegram

Correspondence

The Lady and the Slave, Virginia Historical Society
Behind a Bath Stone Façade, Clyde Binfield

Bulletin No. 27 (1986)

Articles

Who was Who in Hornsey, 6, Frederick Cleary 1907-1984, Ken Gay
Behind a Bath Stone Façade. Josiah Viney, Thomas Roger Smith and Pond Square, Highgate, Clyde Binfield
The Lady and the Slave – a Hornsey mystery [grave in Hornsey churchyard], Roy Hidson
Crouch End When I Was Young, Gladys Curtis
Who Was Who in Hornsey 7. New Light on the business and parliamentary career of ‘Inky’ Stephens, Paddy Musgrove
Schoolhouse Update. New Sources of evidence for the history of Holy Innocents’ School, Crouch End 1848-1934, Alan Aris and Joan Schwitzer
A Farewell to Alms [Almshouses from 15 centuries], Lindsey Gedge
Hornsey in Literature, Louise Blundell, John Betjeman, Roy Hidson
The Way We Used to Work, Joan Schwitzer
St Mary’s Church (concluded), Ian Murray
Ruth Rogers Essay Winner: The Light of Other Days [memories of Campsbourne School], Fred Seagrave

Reviews

Haringey Women by Sylvia Collicott, Ken Gay
Don’t be a Soldier by Ken Weller, Ken Gay
Trumpet at a Distant gate by Tim Mowl and Brian Earnshaw, Bridget Cherry
The New Sculpture by Susan Beattie, Bridget Cherry
Yankee One and George by David Brady [Hornsey Police], Ken Gay
New and Old – a history of St Peter’s Church, Mount Park, Ealing by Richard Hayes, Bridget Cherry
North London Beer Guide, Ken Gay
A Walk Along the Tracks and A Walk round London’s Parks by Hunter Davies Ken Gay

Notes & Queries

M Clarke & Sons Laundry in Gordon Road, Sydney Clark
Halley’s Comet, Harold Duffy
From Autobiography by John Stuart Mill, Ken Gay
Notes on Contributors, Paddy Musgrove, Alan Aris, Gladys Curtis, Lindsey Gedge, Fred Seagrave, Clyde Binfield, Roy Hidson,

Bulletin No. 26 (1985)

Articles

St Mary’s Church, Hornsey, Ian Murray
The Parliamentary Representation of Hornsey, Colin Smith
The Soda Water Site Explored, Joan Schwitzer
Ruth Rogers Essay: An Aladdin’s Cave in Muswell Hill, Catherine Pearson
Ruth Rogers Essay: Lincoln’s – A Chemist’s in Archway Road, Sylvia Bond
Ruth Rogers Essay: Memories of Spare Time in Hornsey, Jill Burgess
Ruth Rogers Essay: Memories of Spare Time in Tottenham, Grace Lilian Hodge
Ruth Rogers Essay: Spare Time in the 1920s and After, Olive Eggleton
Ruth Rogers Essay: Out and About in Hornsey – a ten-year old’s view, Vincent Casey
The Tunnels on the Highgate Bulwarks, Joan Schwitzer
Hornsey in Literature, Hilaire Belloc, Emma Dickinson

Notes & Queries

Notes on Contributors, Grace Lillian Hodge, Ken Gay
Notes on Contributors, Joan Schwitzer, Malcolm Tucker
Notes on Contributors, Jill Burgess, Ian Murray, Sylvia Bond, Olive Eggleton, Catherine Pearson
Edward VII as Mr Toad, Joan Schwitzer

Reviews

Town Records and Village Records by John West, Ian Murray
Hampstead Heath by Alan Farmer, Ken Gay
Looking at Muswell Hill by David Freeman, Ken Gay
Up and Down the Archway Road by Sylvia Bond, Ken Gay
Local History Journals, Ken Gay

Correspondence

Dr Campbell Maxwell, Marjorie Noel Williams (nee How)

Bulletin No. 25 (1984)

Articles

Highgate Hunting Ground, Malcolm Stokes
Gardner’s Highgate, recollections of Edward Gardner, postscript, Malcolm Stokes
Three Vanished Homes (Oakville, Holly Park; 12 Haringey Park, Crouch End; 39 Granville Road, Stroud Green.), Marjorie Noel Williams
Rural Finsbury Park, Frank How
A Highgate Girl of the nineties, Honoria Hetherington
George Shadbolt – Victorian Photographer, Christine Johnston
Ruth Rogers Essay: Upholstery in West Green Road, Grace Lilian Hodge
Ruth Rogers Essay: Hall’s Drapery in Stroud Green Road, Jean John
Ruth Rogers Essay: Cakes and pastries in Crouch End [Dunns], George Cremer
Hornsey in Literature – Jane Porter, Malcolm Stokes

Reviews

The Companion Guide to Outer London by Simon Jenkins, Joan Schwitzer
The English Terraced House by Stephen Muthesius, Ken Gay
Highgate. Its History since the fifteenth century by John Richards, Ken Gay

Notes & Queries

Notes on Contributors, Marjorie Noel Williams (nee How), Frank William How, Jean John, George Cremer.
The Hornsey Election of 1887, Roy Hidson
The Woodmen of Hornsey, George Halse

Correspondence

Hornsey in the 1870s, Rev. Eric Barton

Bulletin No. 24 (1983)

Articles

The History of the History of Hornsey, Joan Schwitzer
Who Was Who in Hornsey, 4, Julias Salter Elias, Viscount Southwood, 1873-1946, Malcolm Stokes
Hornsey in the 1870s. An unknown resident looks back, Joan Schwitzer
Priory School and after, Don Wright
Alexandra Palace and Park, Peter Smith
Ruth Rogers Essay: A Wesleyan boyhood c1914, Eric Barton
Ruth Rogers Essay: A little girl’s world of the Twenties and Thirties, Vera Howell
Assisting the Police with their enquiries [Hornsey Police Station], Joan Schwitzer and Linda Bailey
Hornsey in Literature, Ruth Rendell, Joan Schwitzer
The Blue Plaque Guide to London by Caroline Dakers, Joan Schwitzer

Reviews

Victorian Sculpture by Benedict Read, Joan Schwitzer
Incidents in my own life which have been thought of some importance by David Williams, Joan Schwitzer

Notes & Queries

Behind wire – Alexandra Palace during the 1914-18 war, Roy Hidson
A visit to Alexandra Palace, Emma Dickinson
Further light on the meaning of Crouch End, Joan Schwitzer
Hornsey Row, Roy Hidson
The Hermit of Highgate Hill [William Lichfield], George Halse
Working for a Jobmaster [Parker’s motor garage, Archway Road], Phyllis Parry
The Tower of St Mary’s Church, H. J. Layton
Notes on New Contributors.  Peter Smith, Joan Schwitzer, Malcolm Stokes, Eric Barton, Vera Howell

Bulletin No. 23 (1982)

Articles

How the Archway Road was built, Arnold Lynch
Hermits and Ministers: Highgate Chapel c1387-1833, Timothy Baker
A View of the first St Mary’s, Patrick Conner
Who Was Who in Hornsey 3, Ronald Englefield, schoolmaster and philosopher 1891-1975 Frank Dash
Hornsey in Literature, Arnold Bennett, William Harrison Ainsworth, George Gissing, William Makepeace Thackeray, Chris Vaughn, Roy Hidson, Ken Gay
Ruth Rogers Essay, Commerce Road around World War I, Albert Smith
Ruth Rogers Essay, Uplands Road: The evolution of a suburban street, Jill Burgess
Ruth Rogers Essay, Summerland Gardens and its panoramic view, Grace Lilian Hodge
Ruth Rogers Essay, A Wartime engineering works: Argyll Motors, Priory Road, Ronald Bond
Ruth Rogers Essay, A Walk along Tottenham Lane c1920, Ernest Greenwood
Ruth Rogers Essay, Weston Park and its little shops c1930, Olive Eggleton

Reviews

MacAdam. The MacAdam family and the turnpike roads 1798-1861 by W J Reader, Joan Schwitzer
Industrial Archaeology by Elizabeth Holt and Molly Parham, Editor
Memory Lane: A photographic album of daily life in Britain 1930-1953 Introduced by James Cameron, Editor
The London Book by Ian Hessenberg editor, Dot Woodrow

Notes & Queries

Burfield House, Archway Road, Joan Schwitzer
Miss Lynn’s Kindergarten (for infants) Methuen Park, Muswell Hill, Jessie Leigh
The Grove, Muswell Hill, Emma Dickinson
The Queen of Hornsey, George Halse
Notes on New Contributors. Thomas Francis Timothy Baker, Ronald Bond, Jill Burgess, Patrick Conner, Frank Dash, Olive Eggleton, Ernest Greenwood, Grace Lillian Hodge, Arnold Lynch, Albert Smith

Bulletin No. 22 (1981)

Articles

The education of young children and the role of the Old Schoolhouse, Crouch End, Joan Schwitzer
Youthful memories of a dame school (Holy Innocents Infant’s School), Stan Cole
Mrs. Doyle’s Diary – Great Grandmother’s Journal, 1872, Ken Gay
HHS Essay Competition winner. Growing up in Haringey, Herbert Hawkes
HHS Essay Competition winner. Growing up in Haringey, Arthur Thomas Centa
Down our way – Wightman Road shops between the Wars, Vera Howell
Hornsey in Literature, Mollie Hardwick, Roy Hidson
Hornsey in Literature, Ham Muska (Alexandra Palace when King Edward VII was crowned 1902), Roy Hidson
Hornsey in Literature, Joseph Gwyer (Destruction of Alexandra palace 1873), Stan Cole

Reviews

At the mighty organ by Geoffrey Wyatt, Dot Woodrow
The Tidal Thames. The History of a River and its fishes by Alwyne Wheeler, J.P.S
George Thalben-Ball by Jonathan Rennart, M.S.C. Dickenson
Vanishing Street Furniture by Geoffrey Warren, J.P.S

Notes & Queries

Advertisment from Kelly’s Directory of Hornsey 1894-5, Wyndham College, Tottenham Lane
Stroud Green School, Editor
Who remembers? [S Pulham, Thomas Tilling’s 536 bus, 2 Queens Avenue], M.S.C. D.
Memories of Harringay, Editor
Samuel Bond of Bond and White, Joan Schwitzer
William Tegetmeier and bee keeping, J.P.S
A motto for a local history society, J.P.S
The North London Phonographic Institute (Mr Parkyn’s School, 80 Burgoyne Road, Harringay), J.P.S
Notes on New Contributors. Arthur Thomas Centa, Stan Cole, Herbert Hawkes

Bulletin No. 21 (1980)

Articles

Stilts and Herbert, 54 Wightman Road, Harringay. Local Shops 2, Vera Howell
Hornsey Village Around 1850, Arthur Courtland
Hornsey in Literature – Arnold Bennett, Joan Schwitzer
Hornsey in Literature – Lord Byron, Stan Cole
Hornsey in Literature – Charles Dickens, Roy Hidson
Hornsey County Grammar School 1904-1952, Hilda Butler
Hornsey in Literature – William Blake, Andrew Stern
The Day the King’s Car Broke Down and other Crouch End Memories, Dorothy May Barron
Buses in the North London Suburbs 1829-79, Dot Woodrow
An Archaeological Find in Highgate. Underground cistern at 97 Southwood Lane, Highgate Phillip Venning
King’s House School near Cranley Gardens, N 10 now Cranley Dene, Rhona Goss-Custard

Reviews

Admiring the Edwardians, Ken Gay
The Victoria History of the Counties of England. A History of Middlesex vol. VI, edited by T F T Baker Ian Murray
Historic Fairground Scenes by Michael Ware, Dot Woodrow
Antique Machines and Curiosities, issued monthly, Dot Woodrow
Fairseat. The story of a house and its occupants by Susan Tydeman, Joan Schwitzer

Notes & Queries

Editorial
More about the Mohawk Minstrels, Roy Hidson
Fire Insurance and the Booths, Joan Schwitzer
Another Haringey, L H Collins
Recollections of Muswell Hill in the 1890s, J.P.S
100 Years Ago. 59 Park Road, Crouch End, J.P.S
Muswell Hill Road in the 1920s, J.P.S
50 Years Ago, advertisment from Kelly’s Directory of Hornsey 1930. The Oak Lounge and Open Air Café, Muswell Hill
50 Years Ago, advertisment from Kelly’s Directory of Hornsey 1930. St Margaret’s School for Girls and Kindergarten
50 Years Ago, advertisment from Kelly’s Directory of Hornsey 1930. Claremont School, Highgate
50 Years Ago, advertisment from Kelly’s Directory of Hornsey 1930. W.H. Castle & Son, 36 Archway Road N19

Correspondence

Latest issue of the HHS Bulletin, Ronald Bond

Bulletin No. 20 (Dec-79)

Articles

Building on sound foundations: the first hundred years of a family firm. A history of Bond and White, Builders’ Merchants, Joan Schwitzer
Reminiscences of South Harringay School (continued), Vera Howell
The Swinsteads and Hornsey School of Art, Swinstead Family
Vanishing Victorian Houses in Crouch End, Napier Villas, Bridget Cherry

Reviews

Yesteryears – School, Work and Leisure remembered by Highgate Residents by Sylvia Bond, Winifred Bailey
Growing up in a London Village – Family Life between the Wars by Phyllis Willmott, Sylvia Bond
The Volunteer Force. A social and political history 1859-1908 by Hugh Cunningham J.P.S
Gerard Manley Hopkins by Paddy Kitchen, J.P.S
London Statues by Godfrey Thompson D Woodrow

Notes & Queries

The Mohawk Minstrels, J.P.S
Footnote to A half century of Transport in Hornsey, J.P.S
Crouch End High School and College [advertisement from Kelly’s Directory of Hornsey 1930], Editor
Southwood (Campbell Collection picture), Editor