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Title Photograph album, views around Bolton Hall [electronic resource].

Published [189-?]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description [60] leaves : photographs.
Series Victorian popular culture. Moving pictures, optical entertainments and the advent of cinema.
Notes Photograph album with views of Bolton Hall, at Bolton-by-Bowland near Clitheroe, Lancashire, and the surrounding countryside, and photographs of family groups in Victorian dress. King Henry VI lived at Bolton Hall in 1464, and King Henry's Well remains in the grounds. From 1866, for some years, the Hall was open to the public on Saturday afternoons. The Hall was demolished in the 1950s. The site and grounds are now known as King Henry's Mews.
Title from publisher's web site.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, [2012] (Victorian popular culture. Section IV, Moving pictures, optical entertainments and the advent of cinema)
Original Version Bill Douglas Centre, University of Exeter
Other author Bill Douglas Centre.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
Subject Henry VI, King of England, 1421-1471 -- Homes and haunts -- Photographs.
Photograph albums.
Bolton-by-Bowland (England) -- Photographs.
Ribble Valley (England) -- Photographs.
Variant Title Views around Bolton Hall