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Ref No (click to see in context)QM/1/17
TitleNewspaper, journal and magazine articles about People's Palace
LevelSubSeries
Date1884-1975
Extent23 files
DescriptionVolumes of newspaper cuttings about the People's Palace, 1884-1939; and other articles about the People's Palace, including: a print illustration entitled 'A Fete at the People's Palace, East London', c.1887-1900, and an illustrated article entitled 'Army Gymnastic Staff at the People's Palace', c.1887-1920.
ArrangementChronological and by format.
Access StatusOpen
Persons
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/1258Victoria (1819-1901); Queen of Great Britain and Ireland.
DS/UK/1252Edward VII (1841-1910); King of Great Britain and Ireland.
DS/UK/1270Alexandra (1844-1925); consort of Edward VII
DS/UK/1359Lee; Sir; Sidney (1859-1926); English biographer and critic.
DS/UK/198Garnett; Constance (1861-1946); nee Constance Black, People's Palace Librarian, translater of Russian texts.
DS/UK/1360Boult; Sir; Adrian Cedric (1889-1983); English conductor.
DS/UK/1308Melba; Dame; Nellie (1861-1931); Australian opera singer.
DS/UK/1361Ronald; Sir; Landon (1873-1938); English conductor, composer, pianist, singing teacher and administrator.
DS/UK/1362Percy; Pitt (1870-1932); English organist and conductor.
DS/UK/1274Vincent; Percy (1868-1943); Lord Mayor of London
DS/UK/1363Lansbury; George (1859-1940); British politician, newspaper editor
DS/UK/1364Brough; Eric Rattray (1901-1936); Conductor, organist, Professor of Music.
DS/UK/1365Foggin; Myers (1908-1986); English concert pianist and conductor.
DS/UK/1366Edward VIII (1894-1972); King of Great Britain and Ireland (Duke of Windsor after abdication)
DS/UK/1333Besant; Sir; Walter (1837-1901); Novelist and historian.
DS/UK/1367Ervine; St. John Greer (1883-1971); Irish author, writer, critic and dramatist.
DS/UK/1037Mary (1867-1953); consort of George V.
DS/UK/1368Mayer; Robert (1879-1985); Philanthropist, businessman.
DS/UK/1369George (1902-1942); Duke of Kent; Fourth son and fifth child of George V and Mary of Teck, and younger brother of Edward VIII and George VI.
DS/UK/1370Marina (1906-1968); Duchess of Kent; née Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark, wife of Prince George, Duke of Kent, the fourth son of King George V of the United Kingdom and Mary of Teck.
DS/UK/1371Robeson; Paul (1898-1976); Actor, concert singer, athlete, lawyer, social activist.
DS/UK/1249Currie; Sir; Edmund Hay (1834-1913); Vice Chairman of the School Board for London (1873-76); Chairman of the London Hospital Medical College (1876-79); Chairman of the Beaumont Trustees (1882-91).
DS/UK/1481V&A Museum of Childhood; 1872-; London museum.
DS/UK/62People's Palace; 1887-1954
DS/UK/1377Beaumont Trust; 1882-
DS/UK/1454Apprentice's Exhibition of Art, Industry and Invention; 1887; Held at the People's Palace.
DS/UK/1455Workmen's and Apprentices' Industrial Exhibition; 1889; Held at the People's Palace.
DS/UK/1391People's Palace; Library; 1888-1902
DS/UK/1482British Symphony Orchestra; fl 1921-1925
DS/UK/1483Queen Mary's Hospital; 1890-1984; London hospital.
DS/UK/1484B.B.C. Symphony Orchestra; fl 1929
DS/UK/1414People's Palace; Choral and Orchestral Society; fl 1890-1936
DS/UK/1485British Empire Union; 1916-1960
DS/UK/59East London College; 1905-1934
DS/UK/60Queen Mary College (QMC); 1887-1989
DS/UK/375The Times; 1785-; National newspaper.
DS/UK/576University of London; Birkbeck, University of London; 1823-; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/1486North American Review; 1815-; U.S. literary magazine.
DS/UK/1487The Twentieth Century; 1877-1972; British literary magazine.