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Bulletin No. 19 (Jun-79)

Articles

Reminiscences of South Harringay School, Vera Howell
Some Victorian Business Men and their Residence: Winchester Hall, Highgate. Lost Houses of Hornsey – 8, Joan Schwitzer
A Half Century of Transport in Hornsey (1928-1978), John Barrie and D Woodrow

Reviews

Historical Needlework by Margaret Swain, D Woodrow
The public school phenomenon 597-1977 by Jonathon Gathorne Hardy, Joan Schwitzer
Tom Brown’s Universe. The development of the public school in the nineteenth century by J.R. de S. Honey, Joan Schwitzer
Waxwork by Peter Lovesey, D Woodrow

Notes & Queries

A Hornsey Trade Token, Editor
St Mary’s Junior School, Hornsey High Street, J.P.S
Mr Parkyn’s School, Harringay – a commercial school of the 1890s, J.P.S
100 Years Ago – The Village School in Hornsey Reginald Aldir
50 Years Ago – Home Purchase in Muswell Hill, J.P.S.
London Transport Farewell Tour of 1938 Tube Stock on the Northern Line, D Woodrow
Notes on New Contributors, Geoffrey E. Baddeley, John Barrie, Vera Howell

Bulletin No. 18 (Dec-78)

Articles

Grandfather’s House – a memory for the record (104 Park Road), Eric Barton
Middlesex Section of the Greater London Record Office. – Sources for the Local Historian, No. 2, Richard Samways
Percival’s Stores, 183 Archway Road, Highgate. – Local Shops No. 1, Betty Hitchman
Help – Fire, Dot Woodrow
Muddied Oafs (Football) Reginald Aldir
Family Life in Victorian Times, Ronald Bond

Reviews

Early Transport in Haringey – review of lecture by Ian Murray, Dot Woodrow
Urban education in the Nineteenth Century, Joan Schwitzer
The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England by David M Wilson, Joan Schwitzer
The Victorian family. Structure and Stresses by Anthony Wohl, Joan Schwitzer
Directory of British Photographic Collections by John Wall, Joan Schwitzer
Victorian and Edwardian Railways from Old Photographs by Geoffery Spence, Dot Woodrow
The Connoisseur’s Handbook of Antique Collecting by The Connoisseur Press, Dot Woodrow

Notes & Queries

A Backward Look at Local Transport letters from H.L Manchip, William Glatzel, Felix Aprahamian and J.R. Fowler, Joan Schwitzer
The Making of Minerals, Vera Holmes
Two Reservoirs, Reginald Aldir
Dick Whittington remembered, D Woodrow
The Name of Hornsey and Haringey – Further evidence of a variation, J.P.S
Conservation Report – Lauderdale House, J.P.S
The Musical Associations of Muswell Hill, J.P.S
Conservation report – Old Crouch Hill Dairy, F.J.M

Other

Editorial, Editor
Institutional members of the Hornsey Historical Society, Editor
Advert for R.W. Pettengell, plumber and Arthur S. Pullen, surveyor, from estate agents map of 1902, anon
Advertisment for the Ruby Cycle and Motor Works (C.P. Spencer), 47 Park Road, from an estate agents map 1902, anon
Notes on new Contributors
Fredrick J Mitchell, ARCA; Eric Barton; Ronald Francis Bond; Betty Hitchman; Vera Holmes; Richard Samways, Editor

Bulletin No. 17 (Jun-78)

Articles

Further Victorian and Other Recollections, Edwin Monk
Who Was Who in Hornsey 2 W.B. Tegetmeier 1816 – 1912, Joan Schwitzer
Early Steam Carriages in North London, D Woodrow
Obituary Miss Madeleine Ruth Rogers, J.P.S

Reviews

I Gate Crashed by Charles Landstone, Ken Gay
Discover Unexpected London by Andrew Lawson, J.P.S
Teaching Local History by W B Stephens, J.P.S
Discovering Country Walks in North London by M Ludlow, Editor
Tom More the Irish Poet by Terence deVere White, J.P.S

Notes & Queries

William Wright and his Mother, Editor
75 Years ago- Hornsey Journal 17 Jan 1903, Editor
A Footnote to Mr Monk’s Recollections – late 1880s in Harringay, Editor
Marie Spartali, Editor
John Foster, Editor
Southwood Hall School recalled by Edwin Monk, Editor
The Highgate soda water site, Editor
James Baker, Editor
Conservation – 1 Avenue Road, Crouch End, Bridget Cherry
Conservation – United Reformed Church, Muswell Hill, Bridget Cherry
News of Members, Editor
Conservation, Avenue Road, Bridget Cherry
Conservation, Archway Balustrade, Bridget Cherry

Bulletin No. 16 (Mar-78)

Articles

Big House into High Street Shops. Lost Houses of Hornsey – 7 – The White Lion, Highgate, Joan Schwitzer
Reminiscences of Stroud Green School 3,
Stroud Green School, Editor

Reviews

The Great Northern Suburban by John Young, D Woodrow
Wildlife in Alexandra Park by Neil Bowman, D Woodrow
The Changing Face of Newington Green by Karin Janzon and Anne Johnson, Reginald Aldir
Memories of Old Highgate by W.A. Imber J.P.S

Notes & Queries

The remains of the Victorian soda water factory in Highgate, Editor
HHS registered charity No 274424, Editor
Who Was Who in Hornsey, Editor
Edwin Monk’s Memories of Hornsey Editor
Conservation, 118 Crouch Hill, Bridget Cherry
Conservation, Archway, Bridget Cherry
Activities, Editor
News of Members, Editor

Correspondence

Naming of roads between Green Lanes and Wightman Road Olive Colbrook
Hornsey Records, Joan Schwitzer

Bulletin No. 15 (Dec-77)

Articles

The Building of Stroud Green School, Bridget Cherry
Reminiscences of Stroud Green School 1, Norah Bell
Reminiscences of Stroud Green School 2, Reginald Aldir
Who Was Who in Hornsey 1, Charles Knight 1791 – 1873, Joan Schwitzer
Central Hornsey Walk, Reginald Aldir

Reviews

Save the City, a conservation study of the City of London by SPAB Georgian Group, Victorian Society, M.R. Rogers
Change and decay: The Future of our Churches and Chapel and Churches: Who cares? By Marcus Binney and Peter Burman
Redundant Churches in Essex, by the County Planner, Ken Gay

Notes & Queries

Conservation – suggestions and United Reform Church Muswell Hill, Bridget Cherry
Conservation Walk, M.R. Rogers
Soda Water Factory, Editor
News of Members, Editor

Bulletin No. 14 (Jun-77)

Articles

Victorian Schooling: The recollections of Edwin Monk, Joan Schwitzer
Sources for the Local Historian No 1, Bruce Castle Museum, Ian Murray
A Tour round Muswell Hill and Fortis Green, Reginald Smith
Fortis Green (from the Ordnance Survey Map of 1864), Joan Schwitzer
Hall, Wall and All (Sorts) [Stroud Green], Reginald Aldir

Reviews

The Growth of Victorian London by Donald Olsen, Bridget Cherry
The Future of the Past: Attitudes to Conservation and Seven Victorian Architects by Jane Fawcett, Bridget Cherry
The Big Tube: A short history of London’s Great Northern and City Railway by J Graeme Bruce George Ottley
The Hertford loop: The first hundred years of a local railway by Peter Hodge, George Ottley
Victorian and Edwardian Middlesex in Old Photographs by Ian Murray, Winifred Bailey
The Blue Plaque Guide to London Homes by Martin Hall, Joan Schwitzer

Notes & Queries

Southwood Hall, School for Girls, and Sussex House, Highgate
Rev. Richard Harvey: Rector of St Mary’s, Hornsey, J.P.S
Industrial Archaeology – A chance remark [Burghley Road Pumping Station], Cecil Harris
W.B. Tegetmeier and the proposed Plaque refused by the GLC, Editor
Publications, Editor
Activities, Editor
News of Members, Editor

Correspondence

Whereabouts of Hampstead and Highgate Express and Tegetmeier’s book, Joan Schwitzer

Bulletin No. 13 (Mar-77)

Articles

Conservation News, Bridget Cherry
Off the Rails – saving railway architecture, Bridget Cherry
Southwood Hall. School for Daughters of Gentlemen, Muswell Hill Road, 1905-1930, Sylvia Bond
Coronations and Jubilees, Reginald Aldir
Highgate Primary School, North Hill, Highgate, Ruby Jobson
Lost Houses of Hornsey – 6 – Colethall House, Fortis Green, Joan Schwitzer

Notes & Queries

New Members, Death, Stationery and Accessions to HHS archives, Editor
The Production of the Bulletin, Editor
Schools; recent research & Memories of Hornsey, Editor

Reviews

Dick Whittington Lecture & Alexandra Palace Exhibition, Editor

Correspondence

The 1879 Story, Reginald Aldir
Southwood estate, Reginald Smith

Bulletin No. 12 (Dec-76)

Articles

Before Urbanisation: Glimpses of Muswell Hill and Highate 1 The Thoughts of Chairman Cachemaille, Joan Schwitzer
Before Urbanisation: Glimpses of Muswell Hill and Highate 2 Around Highgate Station – How it used to look, Joan Schwitzer
The Site of Southwood Park, R.B.Pugh

Notes & Queries

Editorial; New Members, Birth, Death, Christmas cards, Centenaries
History of Hornsey, Editor
Tegetmeier’s House, Editor

Reviews

Exhibition of Jewellery through 7,000 years, Editor
Vanishing Victoriana by Lucinda Lambton, J.P.S

Correspondence

Harringay House, Edwin Monk

Bulletin No.11 (Jun-76)

Articles

Conservation News – United Reformed Church, Muswell Hill, Bridget Cherry
Excursion to Ely and Anglesey Abbey, Bridget Cherry
Harringay House – Further descriptions, J.P.S
Lost Houses of Hornsey – 5 – Campsbourne Lodge, Hornsey, Joan Schwitzer
Two Summer Reflections of Victorian Youth – 1 Where the children played a century ago, and A school treat – 2 Alexandra Park before the Palace was built, Joan Schwitzer

Notes & Queries

News, New members and film of Hampstead Garden Suburb, Editor
Highgate Cemetery, Tegetmeier’s House and New Gallery, Hornsey Library Editor

Reviews

Harrap’s Guide to famous London graves by Conrad Bailey, Joan Schwitzer
Victorian London by Priscilla Metcalfe, Joan Schwitzer

Bulletin No.10 (Mar-76)

Articles

The Urban Development of Hornsey, Appendix III, IV & V, and Bibliography, Alan Aris
The 1879 Story, part 2, Reginald Aldir
Co-operative Research Group, Joan Schwitzer

Reviews

Hampstead Garden Suburb Exhibition, October 1975, Mimi Reynolds
Clay Pipes for the Archaeologist by Adrian Oswald, Joan Schwitzer
The Local Historian’s Encyclopaedia by John Richardson, Ian Murray