Gibby Negatives
Introduction
Dr C.W. Gibby
Contents
Arrangement
Related material (internal)

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-GIN
Title: Gibby Negatives
Dates of creation: ca. 1860- ca. 1960
Extent: 1,084 items
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination: Dr. C.W. Gibby (1902-1989)

Dr C.W. Gibby

Dr. Clifton William (‘Jack’) Gibby FSA lectured in chemistry at the University of Durham 1926-1967, but was best known for his wide knowledge of local history and other matters of antiquarian interest, on which he lectured widely.

Contents

Negatives, some glass, some celluloid, mainly related to Durham city, taken or in some cases collected by Dr C.W. Gibby. The collection covers buildings, street scenes, views, people, paintings, engravings, manuscripts, maps, coins and other objects associated with Durham city, and reflects Dr. Gibby's interest in its history and determination to record its changing appearance. There are also a small number of negatives of other places in Co. Durham, and a large group related to railways.
The majority of the negatives are glass, the most common sizes being 3 x 4 and 3 x 3 inches.

Accession details

Presented by Dr Gibby in the 1970s.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged by an alpha-mnemonic scheme of Dr. Gibby's devising, not altogether consistently executed (in which, for example, negatives of the Assize Courts, Abbey House on Palace Green, and Allergate may be found in class A, but other buildings on Palace Green in class P. Negatives concerning Durham castle are in class Ca, those on Durham cathedral in class Ch, portraits of individuals and groups in class Pi, and railways, oddly, in class Th).
A complete visual index of 5" x 3" prints of the negatives, arranged in the same order as the collection, is available for users of the collection in the Palace Green Library's Special Reading Room. This is largely the work of Dr. Gibby and Mr. D.V. Kelly.

Related material (internal)

The collection overlaps with two others given to the University Library by Dr. Gibby: the Gibby Photographic Prints Collection, and the Gibby Lantern Slides Collection. See also the Gibby Papers.

Catalogue

A
A1
Arms of Freemasons, Rough Masons, Wallers, Slaters, Paviors, Plasterers and Bricklayers. 1784: Durham: painted by John Lambert.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
A2
Arms of Freemasons, Rough Masons, Wallers, Slaters, Paviors, Plasterers and Bricklayers, 1784: Durham: painted by John Lambert.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
A3
Arms of The Merchants Company (Mercers, Haberdashers, Grocers, Ironmongers, Salters): Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
A4
Aldin Grange, Old Bridge (on the way to Bearpark) (The one King David of Scotland is reputed to have hidden beneath on the occasion of the Battle of Neville's Cross.)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
A5
The Avenue, Durham, in snow, February 1941 (Blackouts on some windows).
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
A6
Old Assize Courts and front of Durham Gaol. Ignatius Bonomi facade.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
A7a
Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham. With wall, railing and fence, and, to the left the pre-Pemberton building stables.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
A7b
Almshouses, Palace Green, Durham, with pre-Pemberton building small lodging and stables.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
A8
Allergate with demolition preparatory to the building of the Hanover Court flats.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
A9
Atherton Street showing Hauxwell's Iron Foundry and Station Hotel.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
A10
Allergate with hospital recreation ground wall.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
A11
Allergate showing 3 storey-houses previous to Hanover Court.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
A12
Allergate showing 3 storey-houses previous to Hanover Court.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
A13
Atherton Street.
Digitised version
B
B1
South Bailey, Durham: Water Gate.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
B2
South Bailey, Durham: looking up from the Water Gate to the pre-St. Cuthbert's Society new building.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B3
South Bailey, Durham: outside walls of 3 and 4 The College on the right.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B4a
North Bailey, Durham: backs of houses slightly to the south of the Cathedral's Nine Altars Chapel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B4b
North Bailey, Durham: backs of houses slightly to the south of the Cathedral's Nine Altars Chapel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B5
North Bailey, Durham: back of no.7 (Jevons House) now demolished.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B6
South Bailey, Durham: porch of no.12, St. Cuthbert's Society.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B7a
North Bailey, Durham: general.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
B7b
North Bailey, Durham: general.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B8
North Bailey, Durham, from St. Mary le Bow.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
Digitised version
B9a
North Bailey, Durham, from opposite Hatfield College.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B9b
North Bailey, Durham, from opposite Hatfield College.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B9c
North Bailey, Durham, from St Mary le Bow.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B10
North Bailey, Durham: Hatfield Cottage (Vice-Master's House) and St. Mary le Bow.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B11
Bow Lane, Durham: Hatfield College Master's Lodge.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B12
Bow Lane, Durham: looking up to old Rectory porch and Cathedral.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B13
Bow Lane, Durham: pre 2WW railings by St. Mary le Bow and East end of Cathedral; pre-F.F. Johnson building on the corner of the Bailey.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B14
Bow Lane, Durham: old Rectory (Hatfield College: Master's lodgings).
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B15
Bow Lane, Durham: pre 2WW.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B16
Bow Lane, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B17
Banks of the river Wear, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B18
Banks of the river Wear, Durham, in snow.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
B19
Banks of the river Wear, Durham: opposite St. Oswalds.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B20
Old Baths Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B21
Count Josef Borulawski: portrait in Durham Town Hall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B22
Rowland Burdon election sheet "Anticipation": 1790 County Durham election.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B23
Bede College, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B24
Bede College and St. Hild College, Durham: engraving, mid 19th century by Rock.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B25
Browney river: below Witton Gilbert.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B26
Browney river: from Neville's Cross?
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
B27
Browney river: view from Croxdale area?
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B28
Browney river.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B29
South Bailey, Durham, from The College gate.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B30a
Bearpark Priory: 18th century engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B30b
Bearpark Priory: 18th century engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B31
Bedburn: near entrance to the Hamsterley Forest trail and over the road from Bedburn Mill.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
B32
South Bailey, Durham: porch to no.9.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B33
South Bailey, Durham: porch to no.9.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B34
North Bailey, Durham: porch to no.43.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B35
North Bailey, Durham from St. Mary le Bow.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B36
Blanchland: Abbey [from a postcard].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
B37
South Bailey: Demolition of end house in progress for building of St. Cuthbert's Society.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B38
South Bailey: Demolition of end house in progress for building of St. Cuthbert's Society.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B39
South Bailey: Demolition of end house in progress for building of St. Cuthbert's Society.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B40
South Bailey: Demolition of end house in progress for building of St. Cuthbert's Society.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B41
South Bailey: Demolition of end house in progress for building of St. Cuthbert's Society. (view from Watergate).
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B42
North Bailey: view of no. 7 (Jevons House)
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
B43
North Bailey: view of no. 7 (Jevons House)
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B44
North Bailey: front door of no. 7 (Jevons House)
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B45
North Bailey: view of back of no. 7 (Jevons House)
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B46
North Bailey: view of back of no. 7 (Jevons House)
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B47
North Bailey: interior of no. 7: fireplace
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B48
North Bailey: view of back of no. 7.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B49
North Bailey: view of no. 7.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B50
North Bailey: view of back of no. 7.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B51
South Bailey during building of St. Cuthbert's Society.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 32 mm
Digitised version
B52
North Bailey: Durham Colleges letter box; no. 46.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 69 mm
Digitised version
B53
Banks of the river Wear, before Kingsgate Bridge.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B54
Banks of the river Wear, before Kingsgate Bridge looking towards Elvet Bridge.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
B55
Blind Lane, Durham.
Digitised version
B56
South Bailey: back view of one of the St John's College houses; previously house of William Henderson of the carpet factory
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
B57
South Bailey: City wall
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B58
St Mary-le-Bow Church, North bailey, from South during demolitions from new St Chad's, Bow Lane, building.
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B59
St Mary-le-Bow Church, North bailey, from South during demolitions from new St Chad's, Bow Lane, building.
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B60
St Mary-le-Bow Church, North bailey, from South during demolitions from new St Chad's, Bow Lane, building.
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B61
St Mary-le-Bow Church, North bailey, from South during demolitions from new St Chad's, Bow Lane, building.
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B62
St Mary-le-Bow Church, North bailey, from South during demolitions from new St Chad's, Bow Lane, building.
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B63
2nd Baths Bridge in course of demolition
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 56 mm
Digitised version
B64
2nd Baths Bridge in course of demolition
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C
C1
Crossgate, Durham: foot of street showing stone staircase leading to houses formerly at East end of St. Margaret's church, 1945.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C2a
Crossgate, Durham: opposite present entrance to new Grape Lane flats. Is the Elm Tree identifiable on this? 1945.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C2b
Crossgate, Durham. No.76: H. Hunt: shoe repairer. No.77: G. Gray picture framer. Also "Ladies lavatory" notice. 1945.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C3
Crossgate, Durham: Criterion Inn at Framwellgate Bridge, South Street. c.1915.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C4
Crossgate, Durham: area near to no.26 (Dennisons) ca. 1937.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C5
Crossgate, Durham: looking down.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C6
Crossgate, Durham: similar to C1.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C7
Crossgate, Durham: from foot of South Street, 4 South Street: J. Bone Tinsmith? Source of equipment at Beamish? ca. 1914.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C8
Elvet Waterside, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C9
Court Lane, Durham: looking towards East end of the cathedral.
Digitised version
C10
Court Lane, Durham: looking up towards prison.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C11
Court Lane, Durham: looking down towards Elvet. Demolition in progress in Elvet below.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C12
Court Lane, Durham, plus house and trap.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C13
Court Lane, Durham, New Elvet shops show clearly at foot.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
C14
Claypath, Durham: engraving of Cellar of no.19. Early 19th century letter/bill head.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C15
Claypath, Durham: Fowler's grocers and provisions at nos 99 and 100?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C16
Claypath, Durham: engraving of Claypath demolished end of 18th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C17
Claypath, Durham?: Postcard titled Queen Street, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C18
Crook Hall, Durham: Farm.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C19
Crook Hall, Durham: Farm from over the river at Kepier.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C20
Crook Hall, Durham: Road up to Crook Hall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C21
Castle Chare, Durham: looking down to Millburngate.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C22
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet), Durham: Elvet Waterside and Old Elvet.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C23
St. Oswald's Churchyard, Church Street, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C24
Cocken Hall: interior view of a barracks room.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C25a
Cocken Hall: group picture of 11 soldiers.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C25b
Cocken Hall: group picture of 17 soldiers.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C26
Croxdale: making new bridge: June 1924.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C27
Croxdale: Old Bridge.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
C28
Crossgate, Durham: looking down towards the Castle.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C29a
Cocken Hall: DLI company parade (at ease).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C29b
Cocken Hall: DLI company parade (attention).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C30
Banks of the river Wear, Durham: House of Count J. Borulawski: pen and ink sketch by J. Ewbank.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C31a
Clarney's cottage near Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C31b
Clarney's cottage near Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C32a
Count's House, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
C32b
Count's House, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
C33
Court Lane, Durham: Old Wesleyan chapel (very faint glass negative).
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C34
Crossgate, Durham: looking up from Allergate corner.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C35
Crossgate, Durham, looking down to "Fighting Cocks": good cobbles and view of South Street corner.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C36
Charley's Cross: end of Quarry Heads Lane, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C37
Durham: City: Charter of 1179 from Hugh du Puiset: engraving probably by G. Allan or from W. Hutchinson's History of Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C38
Hallgarth Mill: Farm.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C39
Claypath, Durham: Maltman Inn at 28 Claypath (1916 directory) (between Palladium and URC).
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C40
Church Lane, Durham: St. Oswald's vicarage in view over the road.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C41
St. Cuthbert's Well, banks of the river Wear, below Cathedral west end, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C42
St. Cuthbert's Well, Banks of the river Wear, below Cathedral west end, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C43
Crook Hall, Durham: Farm.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C44
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
C45
Chester-le-Street: Parish Church: engraving by R.W. Billings, c.1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
C46
Claypath, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
C47
Caterhouse, Durham: grave stone of John Richardson, Tanner.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
C48
Caterhouse, Durham: grave stone of John Richardson, Tanner. (2 identical celluloid negatives)
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
C49
Claypath, Durham.
Digitised version
C50
Claypath, Durham. During demolition for Leazes Road, showing back of Mill's shop.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C51
Claypath, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C52
Claypath, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C53
Claypath, Durham during demolition for Leazes Road.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C54
Church Street: houses north of Three Hearts of Gold pub.
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C55
Chambers Yard, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
C56
Church Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C57
Church Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C58
Church Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C59
Crossgate Peth: Williamson's shop
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C60
Crossgate Peth: Williamson's shop
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C61
Claypath
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C62
Claypath
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C63
Claypath
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C64
Claypath
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C65
Castle Chare
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C66
Castle Chare
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C67
Castle Chare
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
C68
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet): Demolition of Chapel.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C69
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet): Demolition of Chapel.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C70
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet): Demolition of Chapel.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C71
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet): Demolition of Chapel.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C72
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet): Demolition of Chapel.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C73
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet): Demolition of Chapel.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C74
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet): Demolition of Chapel.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C75
Chapel Passage (Old Elvet): Demolition of Chapel.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
C76
Rostrum of Methodist Chapel in Chapel Passage (interior).
Celluloid
Size: 31 x 25 mm
Digitised version
Ca
Ca1
Durham Castle Hall: 2nd W.W.: Air Force cadets: E.G. Pace standing. [Print only a detail].
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ca2
Durham Castle: Norman chapel: after R.W. Billings, 1845.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca3
Norman doorway in Durham Castle Tunstall Gallery: after R.W. Billings, 1845.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
Ca4
Durham Castle: Courtyard and Keep: after R.W. Billings, 1845.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
Ca5
Durham Castle: Courtyard and Keep: after R.W. Billings, 1845.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca6
Durham Castle: Courtyard and Keep: after Rock 1858.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca7
Durham Castle: Hall: interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca8
Durham Castle: Tunstall Gallery.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca9
Durham Castle: Tunstall Gallery.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca10
Durham Castle: Chronological plan.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca11
Durham Castle: Hall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca12
Durham Castle: Norman chapel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca13
Durham Castle: Tunstall chapel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca14
Durham Castle: Tunstall Gallery: Lobby.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca15
Durham Castle: Courtyard.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca16
Durham Castle: Norman chapel: capital.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca17
Durham Castle: Norman chapel: capital.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca18
Durham Castle: Norman chapel: capital.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca19
Durham Castle: Norman chapel: capital.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca20
Durham Castle: Norman chapel: capital.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca21
Durham Castle: Norman chapel: capital.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca22
Durham Castle: Hall fireplace.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca23
Durham Castle: Black staircase.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca24
Durham Castle: Kitchen fireplace.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca25
Durham Castle: Hall: c.1880: from Illustrated London News ?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca26
Durham Castle: Tunstall chapel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca27
Durham Castle: Buttery: line drawing.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca28
Durham Castle: Tunstall chapel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca29
Durham Castle: Tunstall chapel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca30
Durham Castle: Hall stairs.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ca31
Durham Castle: Courtyard.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Ca32
Durham Castle: Black Stairs.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
Digitised version
Ca33
Durham Castle: Senate Room: fireplace.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca34
Durham Castle: Senate Room: fireplace.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca35
Durham Castle: Senior Common Room.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca36
Durham Castle: Senior Common Room.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca37
Durham Castle: Octagon Room.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca38
Durham Castle: Fellows' garden.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca39
Durham Castle: Judge's bedroom.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca40
Durham Castle: Bishop's sitting room.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca41
Durham Castle: Bishop's sitting room.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca42
Durham Castle: chest [then] outside Buttery.
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Ca43
Durham Castle above Moatside Lane, under repair.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca44
Durham Castle: Tunstall Chapel: Misericord: Knight and dragon.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca45
Durham Castle: Tunstall Chapel: Misericord: Husband, and wife in wheelbarrow: line drawing.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca46
Durham Castle form South Street banks.
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Ca47
Durham Castle from Durham School boathouse.
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Ca48
Copy of photograph by W.T. Jones 1925 of the repair of the Durham Castle front, with workmen and scaffolding.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca49
Durham Castle front: repair: W.T. Jones 1925 photograph with workmen and scaffolding.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca50
Durham Castle: under repair from North West.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca51
Durham Castle: under repair from North West.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca52
Durham Castle: Gate by night.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca53
Durham Castle: Norman door in Gallery: after R.W. Billings, 1845.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca54
Durham Castle: courtyard.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca55
Durham Castle: from Baths Bridge and Elvet Waterside.
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Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ca56
Durham Castle: Fellows Garden.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca57a
Durham Castle from Lambton Walk: taken by Thomas Sharp.
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Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ca57b
Durham Castle from Lambton Walk: taken by Thomas Sharp.
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Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ca58a
Durham Castle from Framwellgate Bridge.
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Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ca58b
Durham Castle from Framwellgate Bridge.
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Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ca59
Durham Castle: Hatfield's Keep: engraving: 18th century.
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Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ca60
Durham Castle from South Street, under repair.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca61
Durham Castle: Tunstall Chapel: Misericord: husband, and wife in wheelbarrow.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca62
Durham Castle: Norman Gallery: after Billings.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca63
Durham Castle: Fellows' Garden: engraved line drawing.
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Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ca64
Durham Castle from river banks.
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Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ca65
Durham Castle: Tunstall chapel 1530-1559, from the West, interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ca66
Durham Castle from Framwellgate Bridge: after an engraving.
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Ch
Ch1
Prebends Bridge, Durham: eighteenth century design by George Nicholson: plan and elevation.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch2
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
Ch3
The College, Durham: Houses looking west. Shows nos 5-8.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch4
Prior's Kitchen, Durham Cathedral: exterior: also shows old Deanery wall arrangement.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch5a
Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral: interior: looking south: after R.W. Billings 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch5b
Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral: interior: looking east: after R.W. Billings. 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch6
Durham Cathedral from North: after R.W. Billings. 1846. Octagonal Palace Green.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch7
Durham Cathedral, Cloister garth: looking S.W.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch8
Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral: interior: looking South: pews and pulpit.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch9a
Chapter House, Durham Cathedral: sketch by John Carter of original pre-1799 apse looking east.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch9b
Chapter House, Durham Cathedral: sketch by John Carter(?) of original pre-1799 entrance looking west.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch10a
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: apostle side: sketch by W.G. Footitt. 1899.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch10b
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: angel side: sketch 1899 by W.G. Footitt.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch10c
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: virgin and child: 1899 sketch by W.G. Footitt.
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Ch11
Durham Cathedral: aerial view from South.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch12
Durham Cathedral: western towers from North. After R.W. Billings 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch13
Durham Cathedral: plan: engraving from Kings Cathedrals? (and precincts).
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Ch14
James Wyatt's design for a central spire for Durham cathedral, c.1800.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch15
Bishop Hatfield's throne and chantry: south choir, Durham Cathedral: engraving after R.W. Billings 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch16
Nine altars Chapel, Durham Cathedral: North transept: exterior: after Billings 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch17
James Wyatt's design for a reredos for the High Altar of Durham Cathedral. c.1800.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch18
James Wyatt's proposals for Durham Cathedral from the river, N.W. view. c.1800.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch19
Durham Cathedral, North Door from Palace Green.
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Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ch20
Durham Cathedral from St. Oswald's Church, showing church yard wall, 18th March 1920.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch21
James Wyatt's plan for High Altar, Durham Cathedral, 1795. (Altar to be raised on a platform).
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch22
James Wyatt's design for the Durham Cathedral chancel screen.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch23
College Gate, Durham Cathedral, from the Bailey.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch24
Durham Cathedral, Feretory from S.E. of the Nine Altars Chapel after R.W. Billings, 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch25
Durham Cathedral Refectory: interior: with old floor and engravings framed on bookcase ends.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch26
Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral: interior: N.E. wall painting of a bishop: 12th century. A copy.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch27
Deanery, Durham: Prior's study: sketch from G.H. Kitchin's The story of the Deanery.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch28
Prior's Kitchen, Refectory and Deanery, Durham Cathedral: exterior sketch by W. Geo. Footitt.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch29
East Cloister and usher door, Durham Cathedral: sketch by W.G. Footitt.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch30
Deanery kitchen, Durham: interior sketch by W.G. Footitt. Shows vaulting.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch31
Benedictine monk.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch32
Refectory undercroft, Durham Cathedral: interior looking east. Sketch by W.G. Footitt, 1911.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch33
Community in Chapter House, Westminster: from a mediaeval ms. illumination.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch34
Durham Cathedral interior: looking east: without chancel screen: after R.W. Billings.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch35
Illumination of St. Alban's [abbey]: from a mediaeval ms. illumination.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch36
James Wyatt's plan of Durham Cathedral and College. c.1795.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch37
Durham Cathedral from South Street: after R.W. Billings 1846.
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Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch38
Durham Cathedral and back of Deanery from Chapter Clerk's (no.16) garden gate.
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Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch39
Monks' Dormitory, Durham Cathedral, looking North: interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch40
Monks' Dormitory, Durham Cathedral, exterior from the College looking north.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch41
Durham Cathedral from N.W.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch42
Durham Cathedral, exterior, from south. Shows Refectory range and old coal garth entrance.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch43
Aerial view of Durham Cathedral from the south.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch44
Prior's Kitchen, Durham Cathedral: interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch45
The College, Durham: pump in foreground.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch46
James Wyatt's plan of Durham Cathedral and college, c.1795.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch47
Deanery, Durham: King James's Room Ceiling.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch48
Refectory undercroft; Durham Cathedral.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch49
The College, Durham, with Water Tower.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch50
James Wyatt's design for surround of altar, Durham Cathedral.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch51
Prior's Kitchen roof, Durham Cathedral: exterior
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch52
Prior's Kitchen roof, Durham Cathedral: interior
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch53
South Nave aisle, Durham Cathedral: interior: after R.W. Billings.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch54
Nave of Durham Cathedral looking east: with organ screen still in situ: after R.W. Billings: 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch55
S.W. Door, interior: open: after R.W. Billings, 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch56
Choir, Durham Cathedral: looking west: after R.W. Billings 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch57
South Transept, Durham Cathedral: Prior Castell's clock: after R.W. Billings. 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch58
Cloister, Durham Cathedral: East: after R.W. Billings 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch59
Choir, Durham Cathedral: without screen: organ console on North side: looking west.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch60
Durham Castle: from river with reflection.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch61
Durham Cathedral from S.E. with St. Oswald's in foreground: after R.W. Billings. 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch62
Neums: from Durham Dean & Chapter Library ms B.III.11: 12th century antiphonal.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch63
"O Sapientia" with neums: Durham Dean & Chapter Library Ms. B.III.11.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch64a
Monte Cassino monastery, Frosinone, Italy: before devastation.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch64b
Monte Cassino monastery, Frosinone, Italy: before devastation.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch65
Monks in choir: ms. illumination.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch66
Durham Cathedral plan: crossing: after W.H. St. J. Hope.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch67
College Gate, Durham Cathedral: exterior onto the Bailey.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch68a
Water Tower (ivy-clad) in The College, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch68b
Water Tower (ivy-clad) and Kitchen in The College, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch69
Durham Cathedral: with spires on the western Towers from N. King engraving of 17th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch70
Durham Cathedral: north door: showing pinnacles: also padding on door. Before iron gates were added during suffragette scare.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch71
Durham Cathedral from N.W.: Sparrow engraving: 18th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch72
The College, Durham: old arch [now to the Chorister school].
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ch73
Durham monastery before the dissolution: conjectural reconstruction: line drawing.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ch74
Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral: pewless from N.W.: interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch75
Durham Cathedral: south choir aisle: looking east.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch76
Billings (?) view of Cathedral and Mill from Durham School boat-house landing stage showing ferry island.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch77
View from S.W. from below Prebends bridge of Durham Cathedral and Hill: photograph by C.W. Gibby.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch78
View northwards from Durham Cathedral tower: photograph by C.W. Gibby.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch79
Southwards view of Durham Cathedral from science labs and Highwood View.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch80
Durham Cathedral: Choir: Ebdon 18th century engraving for Dean Spencer Cowper.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch81
Durham Cathedral: 18th century engraving of North face and Dun Cow Lane; washing being hung in church yard.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch82
Durham Cathedral from St. Oswald's old graveyard.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch83
Durham Cathedral: North face: Dun Cow legend panel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch84
Durham Cathedral: S.W. view from Prebends' Bridge.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ch85
Durham Cathedral from Observatory Hill.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ch86
Durham Cathedral from south (Mountjoy).
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ch87
Durham Cathedral from Observatory Hill.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ch88
Durham Cathedral from Grape Lane.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch89
Plan of Cathedral Cloisters, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch90
Durham Cathedral from S.W. with river reflection
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ch91
Durham Cathedral from Prebends' Bridge.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Ch92
Durham Cathedral: S.W. from Mill, [after R.W. Billings?]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ch93
Durham Cathedral: North Door: exterior. Pinnacles and no grilles.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ch94
Nine altars Chapel, Durham Cathedral: exterior of north transept from Palace Green.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch95
Durham Cathedral: north view from Castle.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch96
The interior of Durham Abbey: 19th century engraving of a monks procession with the shrine of Bede. [after E. Hastings?]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch97a
Durham Cathedral Choristers' names: manuscript. 1786.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Digitised version
Ch98
Ground plan of Durham Cathedral and cloisters: after R.W. Billings 1843.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch99
St. Cuthbert and St. Oswald's head: sculpture: drawing from junior history book.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch100
Durham Cathedral choir without screen. c.1870.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ch101
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
Ch102a
Nine altars Chapel, Durham Cathedral roof boss: detail.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch102b
Nine altars Chapel, Durham Cathedral: roof boss: lamb.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch102c
Nine altars Chapel, Durham Cathedral: roof boss: detail.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch102d
Nine altars Chapel, Durham Cathedral: roof boos: God and Trinity.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch103
Durham Cathedral: aerial view from S.W.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch104
Dormitory Undercroft, Durham Cathedral: steps leading to South Cloister: print reversed.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch105
Durham Cathedral, South Transept: clock: floodlit.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Ch106
Durham Cathedral, South Aisle looking east.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch107
Durham Cathedral western towers from cloister.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch108
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
Ch109
Durham Cathedral Cloister: Dormitory [west] range.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch110
Durham Cathedral from St. Margaret's Yard.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch111
Durham Cathedral North Door: [negative print]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Ch112a
Aerial view of Durham Cathedral from South: from a postcard.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch112b
Distant aerial view of Durham Cathedral from south: from a postcard.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch113
Durham Cathedral: north face: Dun Cow legend sculpture.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch114
Nine altars Chapel, Durham Cathedral: interior from South.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch115
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: W. Geo. Footitt drawing of Virgin and Child.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch116
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: top and side view.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch117
Durham Cathedral: choir: looking east: after engraving in R. Surtees's History.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch118a
Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral: interior with shrine of Bede. Engraving after R.W. Billings.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch118b
Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral from west: interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch119
Durham Cathedral Nave looking East: pewless. Identical 76x76 G
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch120a
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: St. Michael detail.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch120b
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: St. Michael detail.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch120c
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: Angel side.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch120d
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: Jesus [name of Luke in bottom left hand corner].
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch121a
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: Apostle side.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch121b
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: Angel side.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch122a
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: Angel side.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch122b
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: Apostle side.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
Ch122c
St. Cuthbert's Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: Top (Jesus and four evangelical figures).
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch122d
St. Cuthbert(s Coffin, Durham Cathedral: drawing: D. McIntyre: Apostle side.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch123
Durham Cathedral from Mountjoy: after engraving of R.W. Billings?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Ch124
Durham Cathedral from S.W.: after engraving by Payne.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch125
Durham Cathedral Feretory: from N.E.: interior: without screen.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Ch126
St. Cuthbert's stole: probably photograph of spread in C.F. Battiscombe's Relics of St. Cuthbert.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D
D1
Durham from the railway station. 1863 Rock vignette engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D2
Durham: view west from Cathedral central tower showing St. Margaret's churchyard and allotments and the "Briardene" orchard.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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D3
Durham: south west view from cathedral central tower. ca.1928.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D4
Durham: aerial view from S.E.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D5
Durham: aerial view from S.W.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D6
Durham: view from Pelaw Banks.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D7
Durham: "house-back" view from Framwellgate.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D8
Durham: view from Observatory Hill: Carmichael engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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D9a
Durham: from the Railway station 7.vii.44 to show site of proposed Power Station.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D9b
Durham: from the Railway station 7.vii.44 to show site of proposed Power Station.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D9c
Durham: from the Railway station 7.vii.44 to show site of proposed Power Station.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D10a
Durham: from Palmer's Garth (site now of Appointments office) (back of Hallgarth St.).
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D10b
Durham: from Palmer's Garth (back of Elvet Crescent).
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D11
Durham: from Mountjoy (fields).
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D12
Durham: from behind Claypath.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D13
Durham: south-west prospect engraving by Sam. & Nath. Buck.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D14
Durham: from the Railway station.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D15
Durham: overlooking Framwellgate Bridge, Silver Street, from St. Margaret's Church Tower.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D16
Durham: S.W. prospect: after Buck.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D17
Durham: Cathedral and Fulling Mill from high Banks of the river Weir, below South St.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D18
Durham: from the Railway station/Framwellgate.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D19
Durham: building the railway from Redhills (working).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D20
Durham: harvesting in a field near Potters Bank. (See also D45)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D21
Durham city from Crook Hall: Brickworks in foreground [one tall chimney obliterated on neg.]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D22
Durham: view from Grape Lane: shows Johnston School in South Street.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D23
Durham: view from banks of the river Wear below the Gas Works.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D24
Woodland view from Pelaw Bridge in the snow.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D25
Durham: distant north view from Railway line, probably at Frankland Farm.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D26a
Durham from Sand pits behind Miners' Hall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D26b
Durham from Sand pits behind Miners' Hall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D26c
Durham from Sand pits behind Miners' Hall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D26d
Durham: view from above Miners' Hall and Railway line.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
D27
Durham: from The Sands.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D28
Durham: Panorama - I.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D29
Durham: Panorama - II.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D30
Durham: Panorama - III.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D31
Durham: Panorama - IV.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D32
Durham: Panorama - V.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D33
Durham: view from Railway/Framwellgate.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D34
Durham: from Summerville.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D35
Durham: from Palmer's Garth (back Elvet Crescent? or St. Oswald's Union?)
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D36
Durham: distant north view from Frankland.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D37
Durham: river view from Gas Works.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D38
Durham: from Crook Hall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D39
Durham: distant view from Mountjoy fields.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D40
Durham: view from Sands.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D41
Durham: view from Little High Wood.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D42
Durham: view from Railway station.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D43
Durham: view from Mountjoy.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D44
Durham: river view from Pelaw: bandstand in view.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D45
Potters Bank, Durham: harvesting. (see also D20)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D46
Durham: view from back Quarry Heads Lane below St. Mary's College.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D47
Dun Cow Lane, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D48a
Sir John Duck: Signatures of Sir John Duck and his wife Ann.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D48b
Sir John Duck: Signatures of Sir John Duck and his wife Ann.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D49a
Durham Bank: 1815 £5 note: with Bp. Barrington's arms.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D49b
Durham Bank: 1814 £1 note.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D49c
Darlington Bank: 1815 £5 note.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D50
Durham: Cathedral: ramp to Dark Entry.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D51
Durham: N.W. view: engraving by Mynde and Foster 1745.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D52
Durham aerial S.W. view.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D53
Durham: view from Railway station/Framwellgate.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D54
Durham: aerial N.E. view: shows steps leading up to War Memorial at East End of Cathedral.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D55
Durham: Cathedral and Fulling Mill from S.W.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D56
Durham: silhouette of Castle and Cathedral.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
D57
Durham: S.W. aerial view.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
D58
Elvet Bridge, Durham, from N.E. Westall engraving
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E
E1
Elvet Bridge, Durham, and buildings from Saddler Street banks.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E2a
Old Elvet, Durham (before Territorial Lane?)
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E2b
Old Elvet, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E3
Vennel by Bramwell's shop (Elvet Bridge), Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E4
Elvet Bridge, Durham, from the north with Saddler Street in background.
Celluloid
Size: 4 x 3 mm
Digitised version
E5a
Old Elvet, Durham: Chapel Passage (shows Methodist Chapel).
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E5b
Old Elvet, Durham: Chapel Passage.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E6
New Elvet, Durham: 1929.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E7
New Elvet, Durham: 1929.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E8a
Elvet Bridge, Durham: flood in 1924.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E8b
Elvet Bridge, Durham: flood in 1924.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E9
Old Elvet, Durham: Horse Fair in 1900.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E10
Old Elvet, Durham: Sanger's Circus in 1900.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E11
Old Elvet, Durham: no.2 [Vaux's buildings] Site of 1st Working Men's Club (now in Crossgate)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E12
Old Elvet, Durham: Chapel Passage: interior of Chapel: Pulpit and preacher.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E13
Old Elvet, Durham: head.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E14
New Elvet, Durham: Johnson, City Brewery: 74 New Elvet and Hamsteels Colliery Offices [later taken by Fowler and Armstrong]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E15
Old Elvet, Durham: 50 Old Elvet School yard. [Methodist School].
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E16
Elvet Bridge, Durham: 19th century engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E17
Elvet Bridge and buildings from banks of the river Wear below Saddler St., Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E18
Elvet Bridge, Durham: shows back of putative Chapel building and archway.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E19
Elvet Bridge and Durham from N.E.: engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E20
New Elvet, Durham: Cock Inn. [see also E37]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E21
Elvet Bridge and N.E. view of Durham: 19th century engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E22
Steps to Elvet Bridge, Durham, showing horse and cart and attendants next to the house.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E23
Elvet Bridge, Durham: road works.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E24
Elvet Bridge, Durham: arch from Hatfield College boathouse side leading through to Elvet Bridge steps. (Ivy Cottage through arch?)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E25
Entrance to vennel on Elvet Bridge (leading down to present Diocesan Registry), Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E26
Elvet Bridge steps, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E27
Old Elvet, Durham: 50 Old Elvet: Methodist School yard.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E28
New Elvet, Durham: no.74: Fowler and Armstrong: cf. E.14.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E29
Elvet Bridge, Durham: alterations 1924.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E30
Elvet Bridge, Durham: alterations 1924.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E31
Elvet Bridge, Durham: Boathouse.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E32
Elvet Bridge, Durham from near Baths Bridge (Boathouse side).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E33
Elvet Bridge, Durham: back Saddler Street with Durham Advertiser Offices at 48 Saddler Street.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E34
Elvet Bridge, Durham: 19th century engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E35a
Elvet Bridge, Durham: 1924 alterations.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
E35b
Elvet Bridge, Durham: 1924 alterations.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E36
Elvet Bridge, Durham: engraving after Hearne.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E37
New Elvet, Durham: Cock Inn. [See also E20]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E38
Elvet Bridge, Durham: similar to E18.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E39
Elvet Bridge, Durham: view of Durham from N.E., after W. Allom engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E40
Elvet Bridge, Durham: and city view from the N.E.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E41
Elvet Bridge, Durham: from south.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E42
Old Elvet, Durham: Methodist Church.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E43
Elvet Colliery, Durham: prices of coal.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E44
Old Elvet, Durham: hotels.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E45
Elvet Bridge and back of Chapel buildings, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E46
Elvet Bridge, Durham: similar to E33.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
E47
View from Little High Wood, Durham, before building of Science labs: showing part of Elvet Colliery.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E48
Elvet Bridge, Durham: similar to E18.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E49
Elvet Bridge, Durham: repairs to road.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E50
Escomb Church: pre-restoration interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E51
Escomb Church: 19th century engraving of South face of exterior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
E52
New Elvet: demolition preparatory to Dunelm House.
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
E53
Elvet Waterside, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
E54
Elvet Waterside, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
E55
New Elvet: back of Fowler's auction rooms during building of Dunelm House.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
E56
New Elvet: back of Fowler's auction rooms during building of Dunelm House.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
E57
New Elvet: back of Fowler's auction rooms during building of Dunelm House.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
F
F1
Framwellgate, Durham: 1924 flood.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F2
Framwellgate, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F3
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham, with Cathedral and Castle in background: Copperplate engraving of 1888 by J.R.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F4
Framwellgate, Durham: after engraving by R.W. Billings, c.1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F5
Framwellgate, Durham: Bridge and ford: engraving 1835.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F6a
Framwellgate, Durham: flood 1924: from river banks below South St.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F6b
Framwellgate, Durham: flood 1924: from river banks below South St.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F7
Elvet Bridge, Durham: flood 1903. [Locations of premises noted on reverse of visual index print]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F8
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham: Labour demo. 1925.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F9a
Flass Vale, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F9b
Flass Vale, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F10
Flass Vale, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F11
Flass Vale, Durham [Redhills in background]
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F12a
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham: Labour demo. 1925.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F12b
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham: Labour demo. 1925.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F12c
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham: Labour demo. 1925.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F13
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F14
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham: looking up to the Castle - late 1920s with restoration works in progress.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F15
Freemen of Durham: ceremonial plate.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F16
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham: looking up to the Castle - late 1920s with restoration works in progress.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F17
Framwellgate, Durham: after clearance.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F18
Framwell Head, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F19
Framwell, Durham: inscription on spring cover which used to supply Pant in Market Place.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F20
Framwell Head, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F21
Framwellgate, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F22
Fleshergate/Saddler Street, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F23
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F24
Finchale Farm.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F25
Finchale Banks.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F26
Finchale: Priory: Buck engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F27
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F28
[not present when colleciton deposited in University Library]
F29
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F30
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F31
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F32
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F33
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F34
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F35a
Finchale Priory: ancient glass neg. [cracked]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F35b
Finchale Priory: cracked glass neg. c.1860. 3
Glass
Size: x 3 mm
F36
Finchale: Priory, Farm and House.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F37a
Finchale Banks.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
F37b
Finchale Banks.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
F38a
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F38b
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F39
Finchale Priory Banks Bridge.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F40
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F41
Framwellgate Bridge, Durham, engraving after R.W. Billings [cracked].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F42
Finchale Priory.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F43a
Finchale Priory, engraving after Rock, 1863.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F43b
Finchale Priory and farm, engraving after Rock, 1863.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F44
University of Durham Fire Engine.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F45
Finchale Banks.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
F46
Group of Freemen's Trustees? c.1880?
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
F47
Fowlers Terrace.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
F48
Framwellgate with Blagdons in foreground.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
F49
Framwellgate, during demolition: showing Joiners' Arms.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
F50
Framwellgate Bridge with Criterion on left.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
F51
Framwellgate with Blagdons in foreground.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
F52
Framwellgate with St. Godric's in the background.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
F53
Framwellgate looking towards the Castle.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
F54
Framwellgate Bridge: Jewel box corner.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
F55
Framwellgate Bridge: Williamson's shop [?].
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
F56
Freeman's Place: carpet factory (Mackays).
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
F57
Freeman's Place: carpet factory (Mackays).
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
G
G1a
Durham Gaol, I. Bonomi frontage.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
G1b
Durham Gaol, from Court Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
G2
Durham Gaol, from Court Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
G3
Gilesgate, Durham: Old Sexton's House.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G4
Gilesgate, Durham: G.H. Salkeld's Shop [at 190?]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G5
Gilesgate, Durham: Dry Bridge [Grand-Inn]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G6
Grape Lane [Crossgate], Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G7
Gilesgate Church, Durham: engraving after Rock, c.1863.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G8
Gilesgate Church, Durham, from Pelaw (i.e from South).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G9
Gilesgate Church porch, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
G10
Gilesgate Church north wall, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
G11
Gilesgate Church tower, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
G12
Guild Hall: Durham Town Hall: Percy Armorial, 178[3?].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G13a
Guilds: Durham: Rule Book: now deposited in Durham University Library Archives and Special Collections
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G13b
Guilds: Durham: subscriptions book (showing here that of Sir John Duck):): now deposited in Durham University Library Archives and Special Collections
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
G14
Durham: Guild Hall (in Town Hall): interior.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
G15
Gateshead: Old Bridge: engraving: 1854.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
G16
Gilesgate: Salkield's chimney.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
G17
Grape Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
G18
Grape Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
G19
Gilesgate: Moody's buildings.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
G20
Gilesgate: Moody's buildings.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
G21
Gilesgate: Moody's buildings.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
G22
Gilesgate: Moody's buildings.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
G23
Gilesgate: Moody's buildings.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
G24
Gilesgate: Moody's buildings.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 42 mm
Digitised version
H
H1
Hallgarth, Durham: Farm.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H2a
Hallgarth, Durham: Farm.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H2b
Hallgarth, Durham: Farm.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
H3a
Hallgarth, Durham: Farm: distant view from east, but giving a good idea of the complex.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H3b
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
H4
Hallgarth, Durham: Farm.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
H5
Hallgarth Street, Durham: [1888]: Morgan.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H6
Hatfield College, Durham: Gates [on North Bailey].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H7
Hatfield College, Durham: front quad with tennis courts [with kitchens].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H8
Hatfield College, Durham: front quad.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H9a
Hatfield College, Durham: front quad.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H9b
Hatfield College, Durham: banks of the river Wear.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H10
Alan Hutchinson, Mayor of Durham 1839, father of Alan Hutchinson, the last freeman of the Mercers' Company.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H11
County Hospital: North Road, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H12
Houghall Woods.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H13
St. Hild's College, Durham from the river Wear.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H14
St. Hild's College, Durham from the river Wear. (Bandstand in foreground).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H15
Hallgarth Street, Durham: from a painting showing The Rose and Crown Inn.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H16
Hallgarth Street, Durham: looking from Whinney Hill.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H17
High Force.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H18
Hamsterley Castle, Weardale.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
H19
Hatfield College, Durham: front quad: [showing kitchens] [from a postcard].
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
H20
Hallgarth Street: houses at the north end.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
H21
Hallgarth Street: demolitions at North end, West side.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
H22
Hallgarth Street: demolitions at North end, West side.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
H23
Hallgarth Street: shops at junction of Hallgarth Street and New Elvet.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
J
J1a
St. John's College, South Bailey, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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J1b
St. John's College, Cruddas Building: South Bailey, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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J2
Judges' trumpeter, Durham [Pearson.]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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J3
Judges' trumpeter, Durham [Pearson.]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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J4
Judges' attendants, Durham, 1883.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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J5
Judges' trumpeter, Durham. [Pearson.]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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J6
Judges' procession, on Elvet Bridge, Durham: [this photo was used for a City of Durham Trust Christmas card.]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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J7
Judges' attendants and vergers, 1907, outside North door of Durham Cathedral.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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K
K1
Kepier farm, inn and mill, and gatehouse.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K2
Kepier House.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K3
Chair made for Stephen Kemble in Masonic Hall, Durham. A plate, made after his death, stating that he weighed 30 stone [not confirmed by D.N.B.]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K4
Stephen Kemble as Falstaff.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K5
Kepier farm and gatehouse.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K6
Kepier woods.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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K7
Kepier farm.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K8
Kepier arcades: remains of Heath House.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K9
Kepier gatehouse.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K10
Kepier gatehouse from river Wear.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K11
Kepier [The White Bear] Inn.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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K12a
Kepier Gatehouse: after R.W. Billings. c.1846
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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K12b
Kepier Gatehouse: after R.W. Billings. c.1846
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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K13
Kepier farm: drawn by W.G. Footitt. 1917.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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K14a
Kepier Inn: The White Bear: 1890 drawing (probably from K11) by W.G. Footitt.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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K14b
Kepier Inn: The White Bear: Plan and elevation by W.G. Footitt, 1890.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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K15
Kepier arcade: remains of Heath House.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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L
L1a
Durham University Science laboratories: South Road, Durham, c.1925. (See also U10 & U11)
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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L1b
Durham University Science laboratories: South Road, Durham, c.1925.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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L2
Lindisfarne Priory after R.W. Billings 1846 (engraving).
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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L3
Leazes Lane, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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L4
Lambton Walk.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
L5
Little High Wood, before 1924 Science Labs, showing Elvet Colliery.
Glass
Size: 100 x 75 mm
Digitised version
La
La1
Rental: temp. Laurence Booth, died 1480.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La2
Speed and Holland: Theatrum imperii magnae Britannicae : Early 17th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La3
Chapter Library Durham: Rules 2nd Feb. 1910.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La4
Dean and Chapter Library ms. C.III.18 [Suetonius]: "Iste liber assignatur novo armariolo in claustro ecclie Dunelm ... Joh. Auckland ... "
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La5
Caxton colophon 1478: From Dean and Chapter Library incunabulum.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La6
Speed and Holland: Speed and Holland: Theatrum imperii magnae Britannicae : Early 17th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La7
Dean and Chapter Library Ms. A.II.17. detail.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La8
Dean and Chapter Library Ms. C.III.18 [Suetonius]: 1st folio.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La9
William Caxton monogram: from Dean and Chapter Library incunabulum.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La10
Engraving from Caxton [?] in Dean and Chapter Library.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La11a
Dean and Chapter Library ms. B.IV.24 [12th century library catalogue].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La11b
Dean and Chapter Library ms. [Leviticus and Numbers].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La11c
Dean and Chapter Library ms. C.I.14. Location (contemporary) slip at end of vol.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La11d
Dean and Chapter Library ms. A.III.2: Robert de Adington note.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La12
Groliertype bookbinding: Durham University Library.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La13
Lindisfarne Gospels: decorated page.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La14a
Luttrell psalter: 1320: kitchen.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La14b
Luttrell psalter: 1320: cart going up hill.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La14c
Luttrell psalter: 1320: ploughing with oxen.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La14d
Luttrell psalter: 1320: reaping.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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La14e
Luttrell psalter: 1320: sowing.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M
M1
St. Margaret's Church, Durham (from North).
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M2
St. Nicholas Church and Market Place, Durham, c.1830 from an engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M3
Fulling Mill: Banks of the river Wear, below Cathedral west end, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M4
Market cross and arcade, (engraving)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M5
Market place, Durham: Robson's pant (c.1900)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M6
Market place, Durham: Neptune on pre-Robson pant. c.1860.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M7
Market place, Durham: engraving c.1820 with old St. Nicholas, and Piazza in front.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M8a
Gilesgate, Durham: St. Mary Magdalene Chapel ruins.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M8b
Gilesgate, Durham: St. Mary Magdalene Chapel ruins.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M9
Miners' Gala, crossing Elvet Bridge, Durham, towards Market place.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M10
Durham: Town Hall: interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M11
Market Place, Durham old timbered wall in Hat and Feather uncovered 1922.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M12
St. Margaret's Church, Durham (from North.)
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M13
St. Margaret's Church, Durham (from South.)
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M14
Fulling Mill, banks of the river Wear, below Cathedral west end, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M15
St Mary the Less Church and old Rectory, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M16
River walk to Fulling Mill, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M17
Market place, Durham, Peace Day 1918 or 1919?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M18
Miners' Procession on Framwellgate Bridge, Durham: Criterion in background.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M19
Durham City: Plan of streets.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M20
St. Margaret's Church, Durham: interior: squint in south aisle.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M21
Market place, Durham, with arcade and market cross and old St. Nicholas: from oil painting in Castle.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M22
First Masonic Hall, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M23
Masonic Hall, Old Elvet, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M24
Market place, Durham: Londonderry equestrian statue.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M25
Fulling Mill, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M26
MAP: BILLY JONES'S ROAD (an amendment to the 1896 2nd ed. of the Ordnance Survey of Durham City).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M27
Maiden Castle, Durham: engraving from W. Hutchinson.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M28
Durham: City: street plan.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M29
Patteson's 1593 map of the City of Durham (from the copy in the British Museum.)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M30
Path to Shincliffe: Maiden Castle.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M31
Miners' Day: crowd with banner in Fleshergate, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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M32
Market place, Durham, 1940: circular police box.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
M33
Jesus Mill, river banks below South St., Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M34
Jesus Mill, South St, Durham river banks below.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M35
Market place, Durham: Smiths (Drapers) c.1940.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M36
Fulling Mill, Durham: pathway leading down.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M37
St. Mary le Bow: North Bailey, Durham: with Cathedral's east end ceilings and pre-F.F. Johnson house at corner of Bow Lane.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M38
Maiden Castle, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M39
Millburngate Horse Hole, Durham: sketch by F.W. Morgan.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M40
Millburngate, Durham: Barley Sheaf Inn: sketch by F.W. Morgan, 1888.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M41
St. Mary le Bow, North Bailey, Durham: interior furnishings: - font and it cover.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M42
Market place, Durham: 2nd pant 1860-1900.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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M43
St. Nicholas Church: Market place, Durham: pre-1857-58 demolition.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M44
Miners' day: racecourse, Durham: ca.1928.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M45
Market place, Durham. c.1860-1900. Lamp posts surrounding pant may have disappeared.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M46
Ogilvy's Road Book: Co. Durham detail.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M47
Market place, Durham: Collinson's shop ("Now") Martin's Bank (1900).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M48
Market place, Durham: Building Barclay's Bank. pre 1860.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M49
Market place, Durham: 2nd pant (Robson's).
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M50
W. Pearson's prints of St. Mary-the-less and St. Mary Magdelene Hospital Chapel (Gilesgate), Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M51
St. Margaret's Church, Crossgate, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M52
Market Place, Durham: c.1860. Pre-Robson pant.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M53
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
M54a
Market Place, Durham: broadcasting George V's Wembley speech, 1924.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M54b
Market Place, Durham: broadcasting George V's Wembley speech, 1924.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M55
Town Hall: Market Place, Durham: Victory Day 1944.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M56
Maidens' bower.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M57
Jesus Mill, Durham: hogweed in foreground.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M58
Miners' Day. Coming down Fleshergate, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M59
Market Place, Durham: from Thomas Sharp: Cathedral City.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M60
Market Place, Durham. 1916.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M61
Maiden Castle, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M62
Market Place, Durham: sketch from S.H. Grimm(?) 18th century with Clayport.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M63
St. Mary-the-less, Durham: W. Pearson engraving c.1820.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M64a
St. Mary le Bow, Durham: 1787: order of installation in a pew of George Pearson - top part.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M64b
St. Mary le Bow, Durham: 1787: order of installation in a pew of George Pearson - lower part.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M65
Marsden Rocks: from an oil painting.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M66
Market Place, Durham: engraving of Old St. Nicholas church.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M67
Market Place, Durham: pre-1860 pant.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M68
St. Mary-le-bow, North Bailey, Durham. Interior view looking east.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
M69
Millburngate, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M70
Miners' day on the Race Course, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M71
Market Place, Durham, ca.1860. Shows New Markets side with Neptune and Pant in centre.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M72
Princess Elizabeth at stone laying of St. Mary's College, Durham, Oct. 1947.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M73
St. Mary's College (when in present Chorister School) from cathedral tower, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M74
Princess Elizabeth at St. Mary's College, Durham Oct. 1947. Left Professor Edward Hughes; centre Edith Stayman, senior woman.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M75
Princess Elizabeth laying foundation stone of St. Mary's College, Durham, Oct. 1947.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M76
St. Mary's College, Durham: sketch of new (1947/8) building. (2 identical negatives).
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M77
Market Place, Durham. c.1910. Palace Cinema in corner.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M78
Miners' Hall: North Road, Durham 1911.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M79
St. Mary le Bow church, North Bialey, Durham. Plan with fittings of proposed alterations. c.1820?
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M80a
St. Mary le Bow church, North Bailey, Durham. Ground plan with plan of gallery. c.1820?
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M80b
St. Mary le Bow church, North Bailey, Durham. Ground plan with plan of gallery. c.1820?
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M81
George Nicholson's suggested plans for St. Mary the less, Durham. c.1820?
Celluloid
Size: 35 mm mm
Digitised version
M82
Elvet Bridge, Durham. Miners' Day gathering [positive plate]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M83a
Market Place, Durham: pre-1860.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M83b
Market Place, Durham: pre-1860.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M84
Market Place, Durham: 1910.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M85
Durham Mayor and corporation: walk over Elvet Bridge to Mayor's lunch after annual meeting. Gordon McIntyre - deputy mayor of Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M86a
Miners' day. Gathering on Race Course. Elvet Station in background.
Digitised version
M86b
Miners' day. Gathering on Race Course, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M86c
Miners' day, Durham. Gathering on Race Course with Colleges in background.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M86d
Miners' day, Durham. Group including Atlee.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M87a
Miners' day: Elvet Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M87b
Miners' day: Elvet Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M88
Miners' day, Durham. Beamish banner emerging from Cathedral's north door.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M89
Miners' day, Durham: Band.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M90
Miners' day, Durham: Dawdon banner on Race Course.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M91
Market Place, Durham: pre-1860. Shows tea pot next new Town Hall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M92a
Methodist Big Meeting: congregation entering Cathedral north door, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M92b
Miners' day. Elvet Bridge, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M93
Marske (Swaledale): Church Font.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M94
Back of St. Mary's College, Durham: The College (now the Chorister School).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M95
Monkwearmouth Church. 19th century engraving of Saxon tower.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
M96
Miners' day: view of Race Course and Durham city from Pelaw.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M97a
Miners' day: crowd at Fleshergate, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M97b
Miners' day: crowd at Fleshergate, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
M98
Margery Lane, Durham: allotments.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
M99
Millburngate at Five Ways Inn.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
M100
Millburngate/Framwellgate Bridge/Fighting cocks. ‘The Jewel Box corner’. (CWG?)
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
M101
Margery Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
M102
Margery Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
M103
Margery Lane.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
Mu
Mu1
Saxton map of Co. Durham: 1576[?]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu2
Moll's map of Co. Durham: [1724].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu3
Map of the world in the time of John Cabot [by MacDonald Gill?].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu4
Speed: Great Britain in the time of the Heptarchy.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu5
Anglo-Saxon map of the 10th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu6
Lancashire canals and their connections.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu7
Roman roads in Britain by Thomas Codrington. 1905 2 identical plates.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu8
Co. Durham: detail of Armstrong's [?] 1768(?) map.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu9a
Pre-Norman Durham City: ground plan [no.1]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu9b
Durham City: ground plan in time of Bishop Flambard. 1099-1128.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu10
AA plan of Durham city.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu11a
Durham: city: maps: early 19th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu11b
Durham: city, maps: 1805 from Brayley and Britton Beauties of England and Wales.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu11c
Durham: city: maps: early 19th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu12
Durham: county: railways: mid 19th century. [Jeffrey's?]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu13a
Durham: county: maps: 19th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu13b
Durham: county: maps: 19th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu13c
Durham: county: Easington Ward: 19th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu13d
Durham: county: 1818 map from E. Langley: New County Atlas of England and Wales. [View of Sunderland Bridge.]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Mu14
Durham county and city: Speed map: early 17th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N
N1
Nine Tree hill: Maiden Castle, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N2
Neptune in Wharton Park, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
N3
Neville's Cross, Durham. 18th century engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N4
Neville's Cross, Durham: after W. Lambert's depiction of the cross?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N5
Newton Hall, Durham: frontage of the house.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N6
North Road, Durham. 1846: after R.W. Billings?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N7
North Road, Durham: after R.W. Billings. 1846.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N8
County Hospital: North Road, Durham. Original building. Engraving c.1860.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N9
Building of North Road Railway viaduct, Durham. c.1856.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N10
North Road railway viaduct, Durham. In course of building 1856.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N11
North Road, Durham, with viaduct completed 1857 (April 1). Engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N12
North Road, Durham (top) c.1926. Road works by approach to railway station.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
N13
North Road, Durham - adverts for Globe cinema.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
N14
North Road, Durham: after R.W. Billings. 1846
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N15a
North Road, Durham: curve near King William IV pub.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
N15b
North Road, Durham: curve near King William IV pub.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
N16
North Road, Durham: engraving after Rock?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N17
North Road, Durham. c.1910? Just above Cheltenham and Gloucester and Classic cinema, looking to Castle.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
N18a
Neasham cross: Christ in Majesty side.
Digitised version
N18b
Neasham cross: crucifixion side.
Digitised version
N19
North Gate, Durham: Prison: after J. Bouet water-colour (detail).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N20
North Gate, Durham: Prison: engraving after J. Bouet. More detailed than N19.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
N21
St. John's Church, Neville's Cross, Durham: interior looking east.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
N22
North Road: William IV public house.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
N23
North Road: Smiths shop first after Refrom Place opening
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
N24
North Road: Railway Tavern before roundabout
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
N25
North Road: view from original corner of Atherton Street, looking towards Castle
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
N26
North Road: from original corner of Atherton Street, looking towards houses over wood.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
N27
North Road: Milk Bar and old Water Board
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
N28
North Road: Midland Bank
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
O
O1
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior from N.E.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
O2
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior from S.E. 19th century photograph.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
O3
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior from N.E.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
O4
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior from S.E. 19th century photo? Same as O2.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
O5
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior from N.E.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O6
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior from S.E. After W. Pearson early 19th century engraving. Cathedral in background.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O7
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior: tower. C.W. Gibby photo.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O8
St. Oswald's Church, Durham. Durham, from Mountjoy Hill.S.E. after R.W. Billings engraving 1845.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O9
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: interior from west.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O10
St. Oswald's Church, Durham, from Whinney Hill/ Mountjoy area, c.1860.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O11
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior from N. after an engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O12
St. Oswald's Church, Durham: exterior from S.E.; after a Pearson engraving, early 19th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O13
St. Oswald's Well, river banks, Durham: engraving after P.S. Nunn. 1813.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O14
St. Oswald's Well, river banks, Durham. Few remains.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O15
St. Oswald's Well, river banks, Durham. C.W. Gibby photo.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O16
St. Oswald's Well, river banks, Durham. Another of O.13.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O17
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
Digitised version
O18
Durham river banks. After coloured engraving by William Brown.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
O19
Old Durham: Horse Mill.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O20
Old Durham: Sheep shearing: May 1915.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O21
Old Durham beck: near Sherburn House.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
O22
Owengate, Durham [called Queen Street on the envelope].
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
O23
Owengate/Queen Street, Durham: alterations. Mediaeval arch revealed.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
O24
Owengate, Durham: man at work on road repairs.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
O25
Owengate, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
O26
Owengate, Durham: back of tudor House.
Size: 56 x 32. mm
Digitised version
O27
Owengate, Durham: Tudor house: painted ceiling.
Size: 62 x 42. mm
Digitised version
O28
Owengate, Durham: reading room doorway.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
O29
Oswald Court: with cars.
Celluloid
Size: 69 x 42 mm
Digitised version
O30
Owengate, Durham: 3 Owengate: fireplace in north-western ground-floor room. [3 negatives].
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 2 mm
Digitised version
P
P1
Palace Green, Durham: from an engraving by J. Bouet, early 19th century.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P1c
Quarry Heads Lane: before alterations.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
P2
Palace Green, Durham: Almshouses: June 1927.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P3
Pattinsons Cafe, Durham (tables laid for a wedding reception).
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P4
Lewis Pennington: sometime bookseller in the Market Place, Durham: another of a guide: picture from Masonic records.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P5
Old Durham: The Pineapple [inn].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P6
Methodist local preachers plan for Durham circuit: 1812.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P7
Hugh du Puiset: Durham city charter.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P8
Pittington: Hallgarth Church from West.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P9
Pittington: Hallgarth Mill.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P10
Pittington: Hallgarth Mill (shows stream).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P11
Pittington: Hallgarth Mill.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P12
Prebends Bridge, Durham: W.A. Bramwell photo.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P13
Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P14
Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P15
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
P16
Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P17
Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P18
Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P19
Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P20
Prebends Bridge, Durham. C.W. Gibby photo.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P21
Old Bridge, Durham: predecessor (1771) of Prebends Bridge (from an engraving or sketch, by S.H. Grimm?)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P22
Old Bridge, Durham: predecessor (1771) of Prebends Bridge. (from an engraving, or sketch, by S.H. Grimm?).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P23
River banks near Prebends Bridge, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P24
Pittington: Hallgarth Church, interior.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P25
Writ to Parliament: 1798. (16th May): summons by King's Bench.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P26
Old Bridge, Durham: predecessor (1771) of Prebends Bridge. (from a sketch, by S.H. Grimm.)
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P27
Palace Green, Durham: library buildings. Pre-present main entrance. Post 1929.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P28
Palace Green, Durham: Union Society.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P29
Palace Green, Durham: library and lecture rooms buildings. Pre-Caroe additions.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P30
Palace Green, Durham: library main entrance (by Caroe). 1939.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P31
Palace Green, Durham: library and lecture rooms: 24.1.39.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P32a
Palace Green, Durham, from South. 31.1.39.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P32b
Palace Green, Durham: 31.1.39. Left part of Cosin's Hall with part of Museum Square showing.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P32c
Palace Green, Durham: 31.1.39. Main window of Divinity House.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P32d
Palace Green, Durham: 31.1.39. Main window of Divinity House (i.e. Music School). Almost same as 32c.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P32e
Palace Green, Durham: 31.1.39. Almshouses and Pemberton buildings; also 2nd front door of Cosin's Hall.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P32f
Palace Green, Durham: 31.1.39. Almshouses.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P33
Palace Green, Durham: library buildings pre-Caroe entrance but post 1929.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P34
Palace Green, Durham: library buildings (Exchequer and Cosin). Post 1929.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P35
Durham Cathedral North Yard and Assize Courts, (right) detail from 1754 engraving by Forster & Mynde.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P36
Palace Green, Durham; Cosin Hall doorway.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P37
Palace Green, Durham. Castle entrance. Post 1929.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P38
Palace Green, Durham: lecture rooms (Caroe)/ library buildings. Post 1929 [broken].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P39a
Palace Green, Durham: from South side: picture for Country Life.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P39b
Palace Green, Durham, from South side: picture for Country Life.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P40a
Durham mint pennies.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P40b
Durham mint pennies.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P41
Prebends Bridge from the river banks.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P42
Pittington Church: no?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P43a
Durham mint pennies: Hatfield: engraving probably W. Hutchinson.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P43b
Durham mint pennies: Hatfield: engraving probably W. Hutchinson.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
P44
Palace Green: Bishop Cosin's library: interior: fireplace area: 1936.
Size: 62 x 95 mm
Digitised version
P45
Pelaw Terrace with Baths bridge in foreground.
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
P46
Providence Row.
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
P47
Pelaw Terrace.
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
P48
Paradise Lane.
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
P49
Paradise Lane.
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
P50
Palace Green from the south looking to the Castle Gate.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
P51
Providence Row.
Digitised version
P52
Providence Row.
Digitised version
P53
Roadside cottage.
Digitised version
P54
Roadside cottage.
Digitised version
Pi
Pi1
Durham Colleges Council 1923 (shows A. Guillaume S.R.P. Moulsdale, C.F. Herdener, and others): group.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi2
Henry Ellershaw. 1923.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi3
C.S. Wallis. 1923.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi4
S.R.P. Moulsdale. 1923.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi5
E.F. Baxter, R.T. Norman, G.S. Conway, B. Colgrave, 1927 "The slow-coach club".
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi6
Dawson Dawson Walker 1910.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi7
Caricature of P.J. Heawood from The Sphinx.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi8
Dawson Dawson Walker. c.1910 or c.1930?
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi9
Dawson Dawson Walker. c.1930.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi10
Henry Ellershaw ca.1927.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi11
Henry Ellershaw aet. ca. 30.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi12
Henry Ellershaw aged c.35?
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi13
A.H. Cruickshank.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi14
S.R.P. Moulsdale ca. 1930.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi15
J.H. How aet. ca. 60.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi16
C.F. Herdener.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi17
W.E.C. Welldon.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi18
Canon J.T. Fowler.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Pi19
J.H. How aet. ca. 30.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi20
J.H. How aet. ca. 40.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi21
Geo. Nickson: Bishop of Jarrow and President of Durham University Council. 31.1.1911.
Digitised version
Pi22
St. Mary's College, Durham. ca.1916. Centre: Miss R.E.D. Donaldson: group.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi23
St. Mary's College, Durham. 1947: group.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi24
W.E.C. Welldon.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi25a
Officer Training Corps. 1916. H. Ellershaw centre.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi25b
Officer Training Corps. 1916. H. Ellershaw centre. Same as Pi25a.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi26
C.E. Whiting ca.1935.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi27
P.J. Heawood: aet. ca. 60.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi28a
Durham Colleges group ca. 1923. E.V. Stocks and Miss R.E.D. Donaldson and others.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi28b
Durham Colleges group ca. 1923. C.E. Whiting and others.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi29a
Durham Colleges group ca. 1923. W.E.C. Welldon, Dawson Walker, J.H. How, and others.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi29b
Durham Colleges group ca.1923. F.W. Ritson, E.G. Pace, C.S. Wallis and others.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi30a
Durham Colleges group ca. 1923. B. Colgrave and others.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi30b
Durham Colleges group ca. 1923. H. Ellershaw, A. Robinson, J.G.S. Pemberton, P.J. Heawood and others.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi31
Durham Colleges group ca. 1923. N.D. Coleman, A.A. MacFarlane-Grieve, B. Colgrave, and others.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi32
E.V. Stocks ca. 1930.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi33
N.D. Coleman ca. 1946.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi34
Mrs. Hester Alington ca. 1946.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi35a
E.G. Pace.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi35b
E.G. Pace.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi35c
E.G. Pace.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Pi36
George Hare Philipson (in Newcastle rectorial robes?)
Digitised version
Pi37
Vincent K. Cooper: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi38
Alfred Guillaume: Rectory of St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi39
Charles Steel Wallis: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi40
William Hampson Walter: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi41
Charles William King: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi42
James Haworth: Curate-in-Charge: St. Mary-le-Bow. Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi43
R.P. McDermott: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi44
Owen Thomas Owen: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow 1956-60
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi45
Owen Thomas Owen: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow 1956-60
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi46
Owen Thomas Owen: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow 1956-60
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi47
Owen Thomas Owen: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow 1956-60
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi48
Owen Thomas Owen: Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow 1956-60
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Pi49
Five figures at a Philosophical Conference in Durham [George Frederick] Stout (1860-1944), [Herbert Wildon] Carr (1857-1931: Hon. D. Litt. Dunelm 1912), Brunswick Arthur Robinson (06.21. March 1948; right-most of the group). (Information from C.W.G.'s envelope.
Glass
Size: 62 x 89 mm
Digitised version
Pi50
Durham city mayor and aldermen etc. on Mayors day 1934 from a photo by Fillingham.
Digitised version
Q
Q1a
Quarry Heads Lane: before alterations.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Q1b
Quarry Heads Lane: before alterations.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Q1c
Quarry Heads Lane: before alterations.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Q2
Quarry Heads Lane before road indexing.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Q3
Quarry Heads Lane: the White Gates.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
Q4
Quarry Heads Lane: the White Gates.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
Digitised version
R
R1
Red Hills, Durham: view from.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
R2
Rotary club outing to Finchale c.1925: group seated in the ruins. No-one identifiable.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
R3
Durham Race Course with Band Stand (not covered). Shows railway line? in background. Probably c.1900.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
R4
Durham Race Bill: 1849.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
R5
Durham Race Course: cricket match. Illustrated London News May 12 1849.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
R6
Durham Race card 1796.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
R7
William Robinson who carried news of Waterloo to Newcastle in a specially decorated coach. Silhouette portrait.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
R8
Silver cup presented 30.5.1834 by a number of respectable inhabitants of the city of Durham to William Robinson (the patriotic tailor) for his endeavour to procure and disseminate amongst them, the earliest news of the late most glorious event, and for his loyal conduct on many other occasions.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
R9a
Student rag: June Week 1923: Fleshergate, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
R9b
Student rag: June Week 1923: Fleshergate, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
R9c
Student rag: June Week 1923: Fleshergate, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
R9d
Student rag: June Week 1923: Fleshergate, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
R10
Durham Race Course: cricket match: Illustrated London News May 12 1849. (two prints in visible index).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Digitised version
R11
Durham Race card 1876.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S
S1
Durham [Wearside] Grammar School for Girls: Providence Row (now Sixth-form centre).
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S2
The Sands, Durham: Races [fair]: c.1913.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S3
South Street, Durham, end: May 1928.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S4
Saddler Street, Durham: passage.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S5
Saddler Street, Durham: North Gate: after J. Bouet: reverse of Prison view.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S6
Saddler Street, Durham: North Gate: after J. Bouet: reverse of S5.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S7
South Street, Durham: curtain [sheep fold]: sketch after F.W. Morgan 1888.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S8
South Street, Durham: curtain [sheep fold]: photo by W.A. Bramwell.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S9
South Street, Durham: foot of street: c.1937: photo by C.W. Gibby. No. 60 Hannah Shanks.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S10
Saddler Street, Durham: Bailes Corner: 19th century photo.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S11
South Street, Durham: foot of street: c.1937 photo by C.W. Gibby: possibly Wilson's no.7.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S12
South Street, Durham: the curtain [sheep fold]: photo by W.A. Bramwell.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S13
Saddler Street, Durham: North Gate: sketch after J. Bouet.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S14
Saddler Street, Durham: North Gate; watercolour after J. Bouet.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S15
South Street, Durham from Castle.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S16
Saddler Street, Durham: inscription of foundation stone of Theatre.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S17
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
S18
Saddler Street, Durham: c.1940. Shows Victory cafe in right.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S19a
Freemen's fair at Sands, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S19b
Freemen's fair at Sands, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S19c
Freemen's fair at Sands, Durham.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S20
South Street, Durham: foot of: 1937. Bone: sweeps: at no.12 on East Side.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S21
Silver Street, Durham: c.1890. Nos. 27 and 28: R.T. Herring: Hatter. Queen's Head Inn next door?
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S22
Saddler Street, Durham: Bailes corner: after a watercolour.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S23
Saddler Street, Durham: no.63 Shakespeare Tavern to right of shop.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S24
Saddler Street, Durham: North Gate (taken down 1820).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S25
Shakespeare Band 1926: Shakespeare Temperance Trust Band? 2 identical negatives.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S26
Durham School: page from 16/17th century account book.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S27
Extract from Durham School records: same as S26.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S28
Old North Gate, Saddler Street, Durham: from Joseph Bouet, taken down 1821.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S29
[not present when collection at Durham University Library]
S30
Silver Street, Durham: 1880: looking up towards Market Place: from a lithograph.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
S31
Saddler Street, Durham: 1910. Shakespeare Tavern on left.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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S32
Shincliffe Bridge.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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S33
South Street, Durham: curtain [sheep fold]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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S34
South Street, Durham: curtain [sheep fold]
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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S35
South Street, Durham: curtain [sheep fold]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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S36
Durham city seal.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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S37
Saddler Street, Durham: no.64: bookseller changing premises.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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S38
South End, Durham: (House and cottage).
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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S39
Silver Street, Durham: back Silver Street from Framwellgate Bridge.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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S40
South Street, Durham: curtain [sheep fold]: watercolour of view similar to S34.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
S41
Silver Street: Sir John Duck's house just prior to demolition.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 38 mm
S42
Silver Street: Sir John Duck's house just prior to demolition.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 38 mm
S43
Silver Street: Sir John Duck's house just prior to demolition.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 38 mm
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S44
Silver Street: Sir John Duck's house just prior to demolition.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 38 mm
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S45
Silver Street: Sir John Duck's house just prior to demolition.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 38 mm
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S46
Silver Street: Sir John Duck's house just prior to demolition.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 38 mm
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S47
Silver Street: showing Woolworths.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
S48
Saddler Street: showing Magdalene Steps.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
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S49
Saddler Street: Mosaic pavement behind Curry's [2 negatives]
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
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S50
Stockton Road: New Inn.
Size: 62 x 38 mm
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S51
Stockton Road: houses by New Inn.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 38 mm
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S52
Saddler Street: looking North, towards Carricks.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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S53
Saddler Street: looking North, towards Carricks.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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S54
Saddler Street: looking North, towards Carricks. with road works.
Celluloid
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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S55
South Street, from the Castle; shows the Johnston School.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 89 mm
Digitised version
S56
Silver Street: Greenwell's shop front after a mid-19th century engraving.
Glass
Size: 101 x 75 mm
Digitised version
S57
Sutton Street: untruncated.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
Digitised version
S58
Sutton Street/Lambton Street/Parkside.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
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S59
Sutton Street.
Celluloid
Size: 42 x 56 mm
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T
T1
Tenter Terrace: Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 32 mm
Digitised version
Th
Th1a
Stockton and Darlington railway: centenary: 2 July 1925. Procession of engines passing near Houghton Road: Darlington schoolchildren in field watching.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Th1b
Similar to Th1a.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Th1c
Similar to Th1a.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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Th2
Hownes Gill viaduct.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th3
South Shields: Stanhope and Tyne drops [Staithes]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th4
Stockton and Darlington railway: centenary: 2 July 1925. Engine passing.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th5
Ferryhill embankment.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th6
Stage wagon.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th7
Hetton Colliery: T.H. Hair engraving.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th8
Newcastle - Carlisle Railway ca. 1840.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th9
Early travelling [?at Wylam] on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway (from a print).
Digitised version
Th10
Stockton and Darlington Railway: 1826: The Union.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Th11
Colliery wagonway.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th12
Rack Horses.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th13
Colliery line: T.H. Hair drawing of Broomside Colliery, done about 1840.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th14
Sherburn viaduct 1844.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th15
Stockton and Darlington Railway: The Experiment [first railway passenger coach].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th16
Gateshead: Parkmoor wagonway. Similar to Th8.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th17
Dandy cart.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th18
Royal Mail Coach: 1820.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th19
Stockton and Darlington Railway: locomotive [Locomotion?]: 1825.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th20
London and Birmingham Railway 1843: train and coach.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th21
Wind railway.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th22
Stockton and Darlington Railway: centenary 1925. Duke of York.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th23
Trevithick's Gateshead Engine.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th24
Colliery train.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th25
Rocket and train.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th26
Colliery train.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th27
"Hell" poster of 1841: Carlisle railway.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th28
Tanfield Arch.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th29
Newcastle Chauldron: 1764.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th30
Stockton and Darlington Railway: opening 1825: oil painting by Dobbin.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th31
Newcastle and Darlington junction railway 1842/43: map.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th32
Four competition engines.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th33
Stockton and Darlington Railway seal.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th34
Stage-coach advert 1706 about the Newcastle and York stages.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th35
Excursion train [S.E.R.] - from an oil painting.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th36
Steam car - featured in a comic cartoon.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Th37
Stanhope and Tyne railway 1834: plan.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th38a
Durham city: map of fords and tolls.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th38b
Durham city: map of fords and tolls.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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Th39
Clarence railway 1828/9: map.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th40
Road menders: George Walker engraving (coloured) 1814.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Th41
Pack horses loaded with Yorkshire cloth: George Walker engraving (coloured) 1814.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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U
U1a
Durham University Library: Ms. Cosin V.II.8: Front cover: 13th century Romanesque binding.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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U1b
Durham University Library: Ms. Cosin V.II.8: Back cover: 13th century Romanesque binding.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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U2
Durham University Library: S.R.9.C.15 Routh: Mid-16th century Lyonnais-style binding design worked from an engraved block.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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U3
Durham University Library, Palace Green: Lightfoot library: now Routh South with door leading to Routh North: bust of Dr. M.J. Routh on far wall.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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U4a
University Library, Palace Green, Durham: entrance hall area, then the catalogue room [1937].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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U4b
University Library, Palace Green, Durham: entrance hall area, then the catalogue room [1937].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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U5
University Library, Palace Green, Durham: Old English Room: [Door-way from Bamburgh to Cursitors: n.b. decorated wood-work - from Cathedral feretory screen - on left of photo].
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
U6
University Library, Palace Green, Durham: Routh South.
Celluloid
Size: 1 x 2 mm
Digitised version
U7
University Library, Palace Green, Durham: Stairs in Cursitors Room.
Celluloid
Size: 1 x 2 mm
Digitised version
U8
Science labs, Durham University: South Road: Dawson Building 1941.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
U9
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
U10
Science labs, Durham University, South Road: 1927. See also L1a & b
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
U11
Science labs, Durham University: South Road: c.1926. [probably exactly same photo as U10 c.f.]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
W
W1
Wharton Park, Durham.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
W2
Wharton Park, Durham: statue of the young Queen Victoria: over a tablet Albert the good.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
W3
Wharton Park, Durham: Battery and guns.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
W4
Shincliffe Bridge: old waterworks nearby.
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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W5
Whitesmocks, Durham: 1791 sketch.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W6
Walkergate, Durham: old factory yard at foot.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W7a
Walkergate, Durham: old buildings on site of later Palace theatre.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W7b
Walkergate, Durham: old buildings on site of later Palace theatre.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W8
Walkergate, Durham: back lane.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W9
[not present when collection deposited at Durham University Library]
W10
Saddler Street, Durham: Bastion at back: by F.W. Morgan: 1888 (sketch)
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
W11
Saddler Street, Durham: Bastion at back: photo by W.A. Bramwell.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
W12
South Bailey, Durham: city wall nos. 9 & 10.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W13
South Bailey, Durham: city wall at St. John's College.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W14
South Bailey, Durham: city wall at St. John's College.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W15
South Bailey, Durham: Watergate before St. Cuthbert's Society built.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W16
River banks, Durham: path to Dark Entry: [site of Sally Port?]
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W17
South Bailey, Durham: Watergate: snow: Oct. 1926.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
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W18
River banks, Durham: Buttresses to nos. 14 & 15 The College to South of Galilee Chapel.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
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W19
Walkergate: Bailes yard.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
W20
Walkergate: Bailes yard.
Celluloid
Size: 56 x 32 mm
Digitised version
W21
Walkergate: door and fireplace [3 negatives]
Celluloid
Size: 62 x 42 mm
Digitised version
Z
Z1
Durham city: summary of charters.
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Z2a
Dorothy Radcliffe: page of letter of 18 Oct. 1662 to her father Sir E. Radcliffe, from Cambrai(y) (from Ushaw College Derwentwater collection).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Z2b
Dorothy Radcliffe: page 2 of letter of 18 Oct. 1662 to her father Sir E. Radcliffe, from Cambrai(y) (from Ushaw College Derwentwater collection).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Z2c
Clare Radcliffe: letter of 8 April 1663 to her mother from Cambrai(y) (from Ushaw College Derwentwater collection).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Z3a
Dorothy Radcliffe: Page 1 of letter of 18 Oct. 1662 to her father Sir E. Radcliffe, from Cambrai(y) (from Ushaw College Derwentwater collection).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Z3b
Dorothy Radcliffe: page 2 of letter of 18 Oct. 1662 to her father Sir E. Radcliffe, from Cambrai(y) (from Ushaw College Derwentwater collection).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Z3c
Dorothy Radcliffe: page 1 of letter of 18 Oct. 1662 to her father Sir E. Radcliffe, from Cambrai(y) (from Ushaw College Derwentwater collection).
Glass
Size: 76 x 102 mm
Digitised version
Z4a
Durham University procession - probably installation of G.M. Trevelyan as chancellor. Duff, Trevelyan, C.P. Williams ...
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Z4b
Durham University procession in Castle courtyard.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Z5
Bishopton mound.
Glass
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Z6
[not present when collection deposited at at Durham University Library]
Z7
Durham city: a vennel (going back Elvet Bridge) (where the Registry is now).
Celluloid
Size: 50 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Z8
Durham city: typed table of G(u)ilds and nos. of Freemen.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
Digitised version
Z9
Durham city: Hugh Du Puiset's charter & papal bull: translations thereof.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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Z10
Durham city: Freeman's oath.
Glass
Size: 76 x 76 mm
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