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History of Harringay

For members interested in learning more about Harringay's history and sharing their own historical knowledge and historical images

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Harringay's History

Harringay's History by Harringay Online

1. Pictures

More historical photos than you can shake a stick at from 1860 onwards.

See a full list of the albums along with links, here

2. Film

Historic footage from 1920 on.

 

3. Wikipedia

A series of eight articles on Wikipedia all thoroughly researched and referenced, if rather hurriedly written by Hugh, which together make up the first ever history of Harringay.

 

4. Timeline

A new way to leaf through our neighbourhood's history. (as of November 2016 the Dipity website appears to no longer function. There is a version of the page on the Wayback Machine, but the critical parts are missing!)

 

5. History group

This group has a series of scrapbook articles which enrich the neighbourhood history.

 

6. Personal Memories Blogs

A growing 
collection of memories from times past written by former residents of the area.

 

7. In the Forum

Sometimes posts about Harringay's history get added to the forum. We've tried to gather as many as possible of those together here, (but there may be unlinked gems!).

8. Virtual Blue Plaque Map

A map charting the residences of the more well-known residents from our history. A work in progress begun in July 2010. More here.

 

9. Telling Harringay's History

Download a short pdf by Hugh about writing the first history of Harringay (click the picture to download):

 

 


 

 

 

 


Other sources for Harringay historical info

Other local history links

Links beyond Haringey

Harringay Online Discussion Forum

London History Day at London Metropolitan Archives

Started by Hugh 19 hours ago . 0 Replies

On Friday 31 May 2019 London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) will open its doors for London History Day, celebrating the capital's extraordinary history and heritage.Discover the archives through…Back to Harringay Online

A Quick Butchers at Baldwins

Started by Hugh. Last reply by rowena young yesterday. 5 Replies

It has occurred to me to wonder from time to time where the the name of our much loved local butcher came from. And how long since a Baldwin has been at the helm.So, I did a quick whizz round the the…Back to Harringay Online

Fairfax Hall (Kurdish People's Assembly Building ) a Fascinating History of London’s 20th Century

Started by Hugh. Last reply by rowena young yesterday. 16 Replies

Socialist Party of Great Britain Members at Annual Conference at Fairfax Hall Harringay…Back to Harringay Online

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History Events at Highgate Festival (including Late Night Cemetery Tour!)

Started by Hugh May 19. 0 Replies

The following events are included in this year's Highagte Festival:…Back to Harringay Online

For Sale: Book - Campbell Bunk: The Worst Street in North London Between the Wars (Unused / Brand New)

Started by Hugh May 14. 0 Replies

I finally got round to buying a copy of this wonderfully interesting book…Back to Harringay Online

Sleuthing Help Needed - Ogden & Hart Wool & Flock Manufacturers Green Lanes

Started by Hugh. Last reply by Hugh May 6. 4 Replies

A few weeks back I stumbled across a reference to a fire of 1860 that destroyed the Phoenix Mills, premises of Ogden & Hart Wool and Flock Manufacturers on Green Lanes, Tottenham.At that date the…Back to Harringay Online

Cakebread & Robey of Wood Green (and The Salisbury!)

Started by Hugh. Last reply by Padmadipa Paul Simmons May 5. 3 Replies

Cakebread & Robey was a noted supplier of satined glass and other goods with its headquarters in Wood Green from around 1914 until the late 1960s.The company was founded in 1882 by George H.…Back to Harringay Online

A Short History of The Printers Almshouses Wood Green

Started by Hugh. Last reply by Hugh May 3. 4 Replies

The history of almshouses stretches back to medieval times when religious orders cared for the poor.  They were originally called hospitals or bede houses, in the sense of hospitality and shelter.By…Back to Harringay Online

The State of Harringay's Hermitage Brook & the Desire for its Culverting

Started by Hugh. Last reply by Hugh Apr 17. 17 Replies

I noticed an interesting short light-humoured article with a serious message in a 1903 copy of the London North Mercury & Crouch End Observer. It consisted chiefly of a (pretty poor) rhyme which…Back to Harringay Online

 

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