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

Socialist Party of Great Britain Members at Annual Conference at Fairfax Hall Harringay c1936 As part of another line of research I’ve pic…

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

I noticed an interesting short light-humoured article with a serious message in a 1903 copy of the London North Mercury & Crouch End Ob…

Started by Hugh

23 Aug 3
Reply by Ceri

Finsbury Park's Open Air Theatre

London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult at the Finsbury Park Open Air Theatre, 1952 For a brief period from late in the Se…

Started by Hugh

1 Aug 1
Reply by StephenBln

Calling all Local Historians about Wightman Road Workshop Building

Morning everyone, I have just moved into a property next to the MOT garage on Wightman Road (pictures attached). I am curious to discover t…

Started by Richyrich

10 Jul 30
Reply by John D

A Tunnel under the Great Northern Line?

This is the second or third time I've seen this rumour. Anyone know if there's anything to it? "As a kid growing up in Harringay I remember…

Started by Hugh

50 Jul 29
Reply by Hugh

Views across Manor House from Deaf Hostel for Ladies, c1920 with a Little History

In 1919 the Brunswick House Hostel for Deaf and Dumb Girls was founded at 19, Beaulieu Villas, Seven Sisters Road, Manor Gate, just one hou…

Started by Hugh

4 Jun 28
Reply by Roy aka Smiffy

The Grand Opening of Queens Wood 1898

Does anyone have any photos or accounts of this day? Surely, something that big and important, should have some representation. This is all…

Started by Colinloves

5 May 29
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London History Day at London Metropolitan Archives

On Friday 31 May 2019 London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) will open its doors for London History Day, celebrating the capital's extraordinar…

Started by Hugh

0 May 24

A Quick Butchers at Baldwins

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 Baldwi…

Started by Hugh

5 May 23
Reply by rowena young

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

Socialist Party of Great Britain Members at Annual Conference at Fairfax Hall Harringay c1936 As part of another line of research I’ve pic…

Started by Hugh

16 May 23
Reply by rowena young

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

The following events are included in this year's Highagte Festival: Jewish History of Highgate 16th June late-night tour of the East Hig…

Started by Hugh

0 May 19

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