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The new U.P.W. Headquarters, Clapham, London Featured Clapham Print

The new U.P.W. Headquarters, Clapham, London

The new U.P.W. (Union of Postal Workers) Headquarters, Clapham, London. The architect, L A Culliford designed the new headquarters for the Union of Post Office Workers roughly on the footprint of the original Grove Lodge (with a frontage on Abbeville Road). This building was opened on 16th July 1937. An article in The Builder in September 1937 gave a detailed description and several photographs. It pointed out that the building had been planned to take advantage of the pleasant surroundings with all working rooms facing south, and storage and filing rooms on the north side. Now the building is 9 Metropolitan Crescent after conversion to apartments. Date: 1937

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Dress of the early part of the reign of King Featured Clapham Print

Dress of the early part of the reign of King

Dress of the early part of the reign of King Henry VIII, 1509-1520, based on Lady Abergavenny. . She wears a green dress with square collar, lace cuffs on puff sleeves, gold belt and jeweled necklace, headdress and choker. Based on a portrait of Lady Abergavenny, descriptions by Hall, Hollingshed, and Stow, print attached to Horace Walpole's Royal and Noble Authors, brass in the Shelley family, Clapham Church, Sussex. Handcoloured lithograph from Costumes of British Ladies from the Time of William the First to the Reign of Queen Victoria, London, Dickinson & Son, 1840

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

Merryweathers Steam Fire-Engine - Merryweather & Sons of Lambeth, later Greenwich Featured Clapham Print

Merryweathers Steam Fire-Engine - Merryweather & Sons of Lambeth, later Greenwich

Merryweather's Steam Fire-Engine - Merryweather & Sons of Lambeth, later Greenwich, London, were builders of steam fire engines and steam tram engines. The founder was Moses Merryweather (1791-1872) of Clapham, who was joined by Richard Moses (1839-1877). They took Edward Field's design of a vertical boiler and successfully applied it for use in their steam fire engine, thus improving water pressure and making easier to use once steam had been got up.
?TopFoto History of London - Vauxhall / Lambeth

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