Engraved portrait of James Guthrie (c.1612–1661). Stipple engraving by Samuel Freeman after unknown artist. Titled: 'Rev. James Guthrie, Minister of Stirling, 1661, From the Original in Possession of J. Thomson, Esq.: Allan Park'.
Guthrie, James (c.1612–1661), Church of Scotland minister
The Marstons sign has now been covered over by Rupali shop sign. JH Marston & Sons, Marstons Model Toffee Works was based on East Park Rd. The following notice appeared in the London Gazette of 12th November 1937: NOTICE is hereby given that the...
The words on the ghost sign that can be seen are : "J "?", service garage equipped for all repair, welding, cutting, washing, painting, oils and tyres". There is a garage called "J J Motors situated on Dorothy Street a short way from this sign so...
Above the name on the sign it reads "phone Birstill" indicating this may be where they were based. This earlier photograph allows us to see more of the writing and the words "repairs, branches, estimates submitted, residence, Riverhome,...
Published for the Leicester and County Chamber of Commerce by Bemrose Advertising Ltd., Derby and London
Six advertisements or features on Leicester companies: Pick Knitwear advertisement, pp.61; St Margaret advertisement, pp.75; J. Picks & Sons Ltd feature, pp.99; St. Margaret feature, pp.103; Byford advertisement, pp.110
Poster advertising a demonstration to be held to raise funds to pay for the defence and release of four men convicted of manufacturing bombs. More information can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walsall_Anarchists
Anarchists; Political activity; Undercover police;
Ground floor plan attached to deed of sale of premises by J. Wesley. Drawing by A. Wakerley 23rd February 1900. Shows the shop at the front, and the living premises & outside area (including stables) at the back.
Floor Plans for J. Winn & Co, 5th Aug 1954, A.E. & T Sawday ARIBA Architects and Surveyors, 56 London Rd. Leicester. 5.08.1954. Shows renamed and proposed licensed rooms, including a restaurant area and a liquor store.
A pair of semi-detached houses for a Swithland Lane plot. Hand endorsed for clients F Sleath [left side] and Miss Potter [right side]. Examples of architectural plans submitted by clients of Rothley Temple Estates.
Scheme planned for a house on The Ridgeway for Albert William Handford, a Hosiery Manufacturer. Plans prepared by an architect based in London WC. Examples of architectural plans submitted by clients of Rothley Temple Estates.
Design for a house on Swithland Lane prepared by Alfred Herbert, Architect based in Leicester and Coventrey. Alfred Herbert also lived in the garden suburb. Examples of architectural plans submitted by clients of Rothley Temple Estates.