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Herbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection

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Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Sea of Steps, Wells Cathedral a66_00136

Sea of Steps, Wells Cathedral a66_00136
WELLS CATHEDRAL, Wells, Somerset. Interior view. The Sea of Steps. Photographed by Herbert Felton in 1948

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Crowsteps, Newbury

Crowsteps, Newbury
Crowsteps, Tydehams, Newbury, Berkshire, c 1930. Herbert Felton (c 1887-1968), silver gelatin DOP (developing out paper) print

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Henham Hall a51_04963

Henham Hall a51_04963
Henham Hall, Henham Park, Suffolk. View of the south front, photographed in 1951 by Herbert Felton. Henham Hall was demolished in 1953

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Hatfield House a59_03695

Hatfield House a59_03695
Hatfield House, Hertfordshire. A view from the grounds of the east elevation. Photographed by Herbert Felton in 1959

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Worcester Cathedral CC66_00143

Worcester Cathedral CC66_00143
Worcester Cathedral. Looking west through the choir, showing the tomb of King John. Photographed 1920-1949

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Mount Royal Hotel CC76_000809

Mount Royal Hotel CC76_000809
Mount Royal Hotel, Oxford Street, Marylebone, City of Westminster, Greater London. n elevated view looking across Oxford Street towards the Mount Royal Hotel

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Strand Palace Hotel CC47_00445

Strand Palace Hotel CC47_00445
Strand Palace Hotel, Strand, City of Westminster, Greater London. The Art Deco entrance of the Strand Palace Hotel

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Grantham Market Cross a78_03963

Grantham Market Cross a78_03963
Market Cross, Market Place, Grantham, South Kesteven, Lincolnshire. The Market Cross viewed from the east with the Conduit House and buildings in Conduit Lane visible in the background

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Swaffham Market Cross a78_03986

Swaffham Market Cross a78_03986
Market Cross, Market Place, Swaffham, Breckland, Norfolk. The Market Cross, seen from the south-west. 1940s-1960s

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Butchers shop a48_00569

Butchers shop a48_00569
J H Bloom, Butchers Shop, Church Street, North Walsham, North Norfolk, Norfolk, 1947. Exterior view from the north-west of the premises of J H Bloom, Butcher, at 14 Church Street

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Dutch gable a48_01352

Dutch gable a48_01352
75 Market Place, Swaffham, Breckland, Norfolk, 1947. Exterior view from the south-west of 75 Market Place, showing the Dutch gable on the west elevation

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Butchers shop a48_00566

Butchers shop a48_00566
J O Kent, Butchers Shop, 7 - 9 Market Street, North Walsham, North Norfolk, Norfolk, 1947. The premises of J O Kent, Butchers, at 7-9 Market Street

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Florists shop a48_00564

Florists shop a48_00564
J Hall Florists Shop, Mundesley Road, North Walsham, North Norfolk, Norfolk, 1947. Exterior view from the south-east of 1 Mundesley Road, a florist shop occupied by J Hall

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Market Cross a48_00561

Market Cross a48_00561
Market Cross, Market Place, North Walsham, North Norfolk, Norfolk, 1947. The Market Cross, seen from the west

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: North Shields shops a49_07233

North Shields shops a49_07233
97-100 Howard Street, North Shields, North Tyneside, 1949. Exterior view from the north-west of 97-100 Howard Street

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: North Walsham Church a48_00579

North Walsham Church a48_00579
St Nicholas Church, North Walsham, North Norfolk, Norfolk, 1947. Exterior view from the south-west showing the ruined pre-Conquest tower at the west end of St Nicholas Church

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Fun House CC47_01518

Fun House CC47_01518
The Fun House at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Lancashire. Photographed by Herbert Leo Felton in 1935 with evidence of construction work still on site

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Fountain Staircase, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre CC47_02373

Fountain Staircase, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre CC47_02373
The 1930s Art Deco Fountain Staircase in the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, now the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire. Interior view. Date range: 1930-1940

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Royal Pump Room a60_03886

Royal Pump Room a60_03886
Royal Pump Room Museum, Crown Place, Harrogate, North Yorkshire. View from Valley Gardens. Photographed by Herbert Felton in 1960

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Hotel Majestic a60_03835

Hotel Majestic a60_03835
Hotel Majestic, Springfield Avenue, Harrogate, North Yorkshire. The south front viewed from the grounds to the south west. Photographed by Herbert Felton in 1960

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Chelsea Barracks a60_01116

Chelsea Barracks a60_01116
Chelsea Barracks, Chelsea Bridge Road, London. The barracks of 1861-63 from the south, photographed by Herbert Felton in 1960

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Limehouse church a44_01405

Limehouse church a44_01405
St Johns Church, Halley Street, Limehouse, London. The church from the south showing its damaged roof, with gasometers beyond. The church has since been demolished

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: De la Warr Pavilion 1935 CC47_02383

De la Warr Pavilion 1935 CC47_02383
DE LA WARR PAVILION, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex. The Pavilion at night with interior lighting. Photographed by Herbert Felton in 1935 shortly after completion

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Friends Meeting House a58_01126

Friends Meeting House a58_01126
Friends Meeting House, Chestnut Hill, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. Interior of a room in the Friends Meeting House. Photographed in 1957 by Herbert Felton

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Caister Castle a51_03162

Caister Castle a51_03162
Caister Castle, West Caister, Norfolk. A view from the south showing the tower on the west side of the ruins. Photographed in 1950 by Herbert Felton

Background imageHerbert Felton Collection (1888-1968) Collection: Bomb damaged church, Camden, London a44_00304

Bomb damaged church, Camden, London a44_00304
Camden, London. A view of the bombed remains of the church of St John the Evangelist in Red Lion Square. It was consecrated in 1878 but was damaged by the blitz in 1941 and was later demolished


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