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The Promenade, Cheltenham, about 1860. This fine view shows a silversmiths on the right with the Imperial Hotel beyond, and Cavendish House on the left. (280 x 380mm)
1908.33.1
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A view of Cheltenham from the Bath Road, drawn by Henry Lamb, around 1824-25. The inscription is not original. (250 x 324mm)
1908.36
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A view of Cheltenham from Leckhampton Hill, on brown paper with white highlighting, by George Dinsdale, 1811. (227 x 291mm)
1916.130.2
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The title page of Henry Lamb's 'Views of Cheltenham & its Vicinity' showing the pagoda in Montpellier Gardens, 1833. (213 x 224mm)
1925.20.7
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The Plough Hotel, Cheltenham. From S.Y. Griffith's 1826 'New Historical Description of Cheltenham'. The hotel was demolished to make way for the Regent Arcade about 1982. (125 x 167mm)
1925.20.15
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A view of Cheltenham from Bays Hill, with St. Mary's Church, by Henry Lamb, 1833. (185 x 212mm)
1925.20.1.1
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A view of St Mary's Church, Cheltenham, from about 1840. The church is the only medieval building in the town. (154 x 193mm)
1931.10
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Cheltenham Spa from Churchmead Gate with a distant view of S.H. Myers's cottage. One of two views published at Samuel Harward's Colonnade library in 1798, perhaps the most accomplished and attractive views of the time. (194 x 174mm)
1931.52
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The Upper Promenade, Sherborne Spa, Cheltenham. Inscribed to Thomas Henney Esq by the publisher, S.C. Harper. (195 x 258mm)
1940.119
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Kings Well Walk, Cheltenham, (the use of the word 'Kings' recalls George III's visit of 1788), from about 1825. (247 x 331mm)
1949.102.2
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