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St James's Church, Cheltenham, around 1838. (76 x 114mm)
1981.1406
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Cheltenham General Hospital and Dispensary, by George Rowe, 1839. Showing the hospital when it was opened at Segrave House in the Lower High Street. It was replaced by the present hospital in Sandford Road ten years later, and is now an office building known as Normandy House. (133 x 211mm)
1985.744
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Cheltenham from Leckhampton Hill with detail of Devil's Chimney, 1925. From 'Cheltenham Spa - The Official Souvenir Handbook'. (200 x 257mm)
1987.152
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Montpellier Rotunda, Cheltenham, around 1843-45. Distant view of St. Mary's Church and detail of a lamplighter in the background. (77 x 107mm)
1987.168
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Sherborne Spa, Cheltenham, 1826. The image is inscribed to Thomas Henney, a Cheltenham lawyer and one of the proprietors of the spa. (223 x 95mm)
1987.178
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The Crescent, Cheltenham, 1821, just before its completion. Unusually for this period, the image shows working people, such as the female hawker, and the servant carrying a pitcher on her head. (243 x 312mm)
1987.188
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Lansdown Crescent, Cheltenham, 1836. Lansdown Crescent was built between 1830 and 1848. It epitomised 19th century Cheltenham with its wealthy leisured class and large households. (92 x 126mm)
1987.196
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The High Street, Cheltenham from the Royal Hotel, 1842-46. John the Muffin Man is visible beneath the porch of the Assembly Room. (136 x 188mm)
1987.211
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Proposed design for the Kursaal, Imperial Square, Cheltenham, from 'The Building News', 25 September 1896. (317 x 399mm)
1987.240
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Showing Holy Trinity Church, Cheltenham, about 1840, with a goat on the path outside. (148 x 175mm)
1987.252
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