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    • Watercolour drawing of Kenelm Digby (1625-1648)

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    • Watercolour drawing of Kenelm Digby (1625-1648). Titled 'Sir Kenelm Digby son of Sir Kenelm Digby. From an Original Picture at Gothurst, Bucks'. Verso in percil written by Mr Fairclough, 'Killed at St. Neots, 1648, (?not a knight)'.
    • Digby, Kenelm (1625-1648), son of Sir Kenelm Digby
    • Ghost sign for Pearce & Sons on Market Place

    • Duggan, Dennis
    • Pearce & Sons began business in Grantham, Lincolnshire as jewellers and silversmiths. The sons set up two shops in Leicester and Leeds these branches closed in 19991. The original property in Leicester was in Gallowtree Gate and then Market Place...
    • Advertisements;
    • Ghost sign for Marstons on Green Lane Road

    • Hyde, Colin
    • 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...
    • Advertisements;
    • Ghost sign for Monk's Stores, Northampton Road, Market Harborough.

    • Hyde, Colin
    • This ghost sign if for Monks's Stores in Market Harborough. The sign reads "Furnishings for the home, established in 1895, carpets, curtains, beds and bedding". The shop is now called "H. Monks & sons" and they still sell the same items.
    • Advertisements; Furnishings;
    • Ghost sign for Monk's Stores, Northampton Road, Market Harborough.

    • Hyde, Colin
    • This ghost sign if for Monks's Stores in Market Harborough. The sign reads "Furnishings for the home, established in 1895, carpets, curtains, beds and bedding". The shop is now called "H. Monks & sons" and they still sell the same items.
    • Advertisements; Furnishings;
    • Ghost sign for S. Russell & Sons on Repton Street

    • Hyde, Colin
    • S. Russell & Sons was founded by Samuel Russell in 1864 as a brass foundry, in 1881 Russell's two sons joined the firm and they moved to a new foundry in Bath Lane. In 1920 a new foundry was opened on Bonchurch Street where this ghost sign can be...
    • Advertisements; Masonry;
    • Ghost sign for W. W. Busby & Sons. on Knighton Lane taken in 1996.

    • Duggan, Dennis
    • This ghost sign seems to have two layers to it but is for the same company who are now known as "W.W. Busby & Sons - Monumental Sculpters & General Masons". The words that can be seen on the ghost sign are: masons & sculptures, stone, marble &...
    • Advertisements; Stone carving; Monument builders; Monuments & memorials;
    • Ghost sign for W. W. Busby & Sons. on Knighton Lane taken in 2003.

    • Hyde, Colin
    • This ghost sign seems to have two layers to it but is for the same company who are now known as "W.W. Busby & Sons - Monumental Sculpters & General Masons". The words that can be seen on the ghost sign are: masons & sculptures, stone, marble &...
    • Advertisements; Stone carving; Monument builders; Monuments & memorials;
    • Plan 004-Sw Ln F Sleath 1908

    • Clare, George E.;
    • Plan prepared for Rothley's builder Frank Sleath and Sons for Sleath's own client for a house on Swithland Lane. Examples of architectural plans submitted by clients of Rothley Temple Estates.
    • Architecture; Garden Suburbs;
    • Plan 35-L H Lloyd 1910

    • Clare, George E.;
    • Lester Harry Lloyd was a London-born Dentist who moved to this house on Swithland Lane with his wife and two young sons. Examples of architectural plans submitted by clients of Rothley Temple Estates.
    • Architecture; Garden Suburbs;
    • Encaustic memorial tiles in Rothley Church.

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    • In 1897, the placing of a new window in the south aisle of Rothley Church led to an upsurge of more commemoration activity with the special commissioning of personalised tiles in the floor in front of this new window. In each case the central four...
    • Churches; Memorial works;
    • Odeon Cinema under construction, 1937

    • Alfred Newton & Sons, King Street, Leicester;
    • A black and white photograph of the Odeon Cinema during it's construction in 1937.
    • Cinemas; Construction;

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