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Hackney depicted

Hackney depicted

three centuries of topographical paintings and drawings of Hackney : from the collection of Hackney Council"s Archives Department.

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Published by London Borough of Hackney Archives Department in Hackney .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Catalogue of an exhibition at Sutton House 4 June to 6 July 1997.

ContributionsHackney (England). Archives Department.
The Physical Object
Pagination25cm ;
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18090855M

  A London borough of Greater London, England, where once upon a time many horses were pastured. A town in this borough. An English habitational surname. One of several breeds of compact English horses: see hackney (in compounds) (means of transportation): see hackney.   Industrial development in Hackney really began to take off in the late 18th century. Lewis Berger, the pioneer paint manufacturer, moved his factory to Homerton in Later, Xylonite, an early plastic, was invented in Hackney, while the firm that claims to have coined the term ‘petrol’, Carless, Capel & Leonard, was based in Hackney Wick.

  Buy Neglected: True Stories of Children's Search for Love in and out of the Care System Paperback Original by Jenny Molloy (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(22). Description from House of Hackney. Anthropomorphized animals dressed up in finery are depicted in the iconic ‘Hackney Empire’ print. A hookah-smoking sloth, a frog in a bowler hat, a fanning otter and an imbibing badger are just some of the characterful critters depicted.

  The coronavirus outbreak sadly means the Hackney Citizen is unable to print a monthly newspaper for the first time in its year history. At a time when independent and trusted news is more important than ever, this was an incredibly difficult decision to have to make. Media in category "Hackney Wick railway station" The following 32 files are in this category, out of 32 total. 59 at Hackney Wick station with stone empties ().jpg 3, × 2,; MBInstance of: railway station.


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