Print
Hygeia House, Cheltenham, 1813. The building was later renamed Vittoria House, and is now an Estate Agent's office in Vittoria Walk. (290 x 358mm)
1987.258
Print
The Annual Distribution of Prizes at Cheltenham College, by A. Penley, 1845. (224 x 285mm)
1987.286
Print
St. Peter's Church, Tewkesbury Road, Cheltenham, by George Rowe. 1849-50. (264 x 335mm)
1987.292
Print
The Royal Old Well Walk, Cheltenham, on the night of the Centenary Fete, to celebrate the acquisition of the original spa well by Henry Skillicorne. Drawn by George Rowe, 8 August 1838. (240 x 316mm)
1987.299
Print
The Grammar School, Cheltenham, 1850. The original Grammar School site, shown here, was in the High Street, and was founded in 1578. (89 x 104mm)
1987.459
Print
View of the Upper Lake and Pump Room at Pittville, Cheltenham, 1925. From 'Cheltenham Spa - The Official Souvenir Handbook'. (187 x 129mm)
1994.980
Print
The Promenade and Gardens, Cheltenham, 1925. From 'Cheltenham Spa - The Official Souvenir Handbook'. (201 x 256mm)
1994.982
Print
Hand-coloured satirical cartoon highlighting the laxative effects of the Cheltenham spa waters, around 1823 to 1833. Caption reads: 'Effects of the Cheltenham Waters or Tis Necessary to Quicken Your Motions'. (230 x 325mm)
1970.2
Print
Hand-coloured satirical cartoon about the benefits of drinking spa waters, entitled The Rapid Effects of the Cheltenham Waters, 1802. (220 x 260mm)
1978.448
Oil painting on canvas
Portrait of Joseph Pitt, by William Mulready, 19th century. Pitt was a self-made man who developed Pittville, Cheltenham's largest early 19th century building estate. (761 x 633mm).
1952.66
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