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Library-Prints, Watercolours and Drawings

Library-Prints, Watercolours and Drawings

Norris Museum’s Prints, Watercolours and Drawings

ArtistDateIndex numberDescriptionPhysical description
JOWETT, Frank B.1919PWD/HOUGH/21The Green at Houghton: looking north with the pump, signpost and part of the shelter on the left, the George and Dragon on the right and the Thomas Garner cottage in the background; with villagers, children and a dog.125 x 200mm, print on paper.
H., E.S.1837PWD/HARTF/02Hartford church from the west: with other buildings to left and right, a path and the river in the right foreground.90 x 90mm, print on paper.
JOWETT, Frank B.1919 (contd.)PWD/HOUGH/21 (contd.)
WILKINSON, CharlesNo datePWD/HOLYW/10The Front at Holywell: a sluice and the river bank in the foreground with cows in the meadow behind; in the background trees, the church tower and several cottages, with Spring Cottage near the right edge - the cottage and its neighbour shown accurately but the scene rearranged so that the cottages are too close to the church and the river is too close to the cottages.350 x 510mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card.
UNKNOWN(1828)PWD/DIDDN/08Diddington Hall from the south: a long and fairly low house, in several blocks in two different styles, with trees in a wooded park all round and a man in frock coat and top hat sitting under a very large tree in the left foreground.280 x 425mm, lithograph on card.
UNKNOWNNo date (lviiii)PWD/HARTF/03Hartford church and the River Ouse from the east: the river in the right foreground with two sailing barges and a man in a rowing boat; a man with a pig walking towards a bridge over a side channel; and in the right background the church with gravestones round it and houses behind; the distant tower of St Mary's Church, Huntingdon, in the left background.295 x 390mm, lithograph on card.
HAIGH-WOOD, CharlesNo datePWD/S.IVE/056St Ives bridge and chapel from downstream: showing the chapel still with its extra storeys with the Manor House and parish church spire behind it to the right; in the right foreground the Quay and riverside buildings of Wellington Street, including Tommy Doo's boatyard with a man standing on the wharf; in front, the shore of the Island and a man and woman in a rowing boat.175 x 250mm, etching on paper.
FOSTER, Peter1969PWD/S.IVE/057St Ives parish church, Holt Island and the Waits: seen from Hemingford Meadow with the parish church steeple rising from the trees of the island and to the right the houses on the Waits as far as the corner of St George's Road, with gardens behind the Broadway just sketched in to the right of that.345 x 510mm, watercolour (with some pencil and black ink) on paper mounted on card.
LYDON, A.F.No date (contd.)PWD/KIMBN/04a-c (contd)
POULTER, John Arthur1905 (contd.)PWD/HOUGH/22 (contd.)
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxviii) (contd)PWD/GODMC/34 (contd)
WILKINSON, CharlesNo date (contd)PWD/HOLYW/10 (contd)
ALDRICH, H.C.1923PWD/HOLYW/11The well at Holywell: brick arch with inscription dated 1845 above it, with grass, fence and gravestones in the background.185 x 200mm, pencil on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1924 (i)PWD/HOUGH/23Houghton Mill from the north-west: with waterwheel housing to the left and brick river wall in the foreground.130 x 200mm, ink on paper.
STRAKER, S.No datePWD/K.RIP/01Kings Ripton Church from the south: showing the whole building with churchyard and stone churchyard wall, trees to right and left, four children and a dog in the foreground.200 x 255mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1927 (v)PWD/YAXLY/03Padlock said to have come from the gates of the Norman Cross prison camp: large, heart-shaped padlock with keyhole and hasp.280 x 250mm, ink on paper.
NORMAN CROSS1911PWD/YAXLY/04Plan of the Norman Cross prison camp: with drawings of the buildings and notes in a copy of a contemporary hand (and contemporary spelling).285 x 220mm, print on paper.
H., M.No datePWD/YAXLY/05The Norman Cross Eagle memorial: a small and simple drawing with fence to the right and vestigial landscape behind.75 x 60mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxvii)PWD/YAXLY/06The Norman Cross Eagle memorial: from the south, with the Great North Road and its telegraph poles to the right.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxviii)PWD/YAXLY/07The Norman Cross Hotel: a double-gabled building beside the road with outbuildings to the right.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxi)PWD/RAMSY/40Decorated coffin lid from Ramsey Church or churchyard: with carved cross design.200 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxii)PWD/RAMSY/41Decorated coffin lid from Ramsey Church: with carved cross design.200 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxiii)PWD/RAMSY/42Decorated coffin lid from Ramsey churchyard: with carved cross design.200 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxiv)PWD/RAMSY/43Decorated coffin lid from Ramsey churchyard: with carved cross design.200 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxv) (contd.)PWD/RAMSY/30 (contd.)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1886 (i) (contd.)PWD/HOLYW/03a-b (contd.)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1886 (ii)PWD/HOLYW/04a-bTwo sketches, of the Thicket and of the Ouse below St Ives: a) the wooded slopes of the Thicket seen from near the west end of Hemingford Meadow, with a house (the How or Houghton Grange?) on the hilltop, and the chimney of the Old Mill on the right; b) the river running between flat meadows, with piles sticking up from the water, Fenstanton church spire and the windmill on the corner of the Low Road in the background.115 x 250mm, ink and pencil on paper (on both sides of a page from a sketchbook)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1886 (ii) (contd.)PWD/HOLYW/04a-b (contd.)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1886 (iii)PWD/HOLYW/05a-bTwo sketches, of St Ives from the Thicket and of Stevington Mill (Beds): a) St Ives bridge and chapel, the Old Mill and the Dolphin, seen in the distance with the trees of the Thicket in the left foreground; b) a post mill with sails, a few trees dotted about.115 x 250mm, ink and pencil on paper (on both sides of a page from a sketchbook)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1886 (iii) (contd.)PWD/HOLYW/05a-b (contd.)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1886 (iv)PWD/HOLYW/06a-bTwo sketches of the Ouse at Pavenham, Beds: a) the river in the foreground with lily pads, bushes and trees behind it; b) the river among gentle slopes, with trees here and there and houses in the right background.115 x 250mm, ink and pencil on paper (on both sides of a page from a sketchbook)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1886 (iv) (contd.)PWD/HOLYW/06a-b (contd.)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1889 (ii)PWD/HOLYW/07a-dFour sketches, of a house boat, the New Staunch, Gt Barford (Beds) and the Red Cow at Hilton: a) a wooden boat with wooden cabin, fenders over the side and river bank behind; b) a lock with houses on each side and a house boat to the right; c) a distant view of the church tower and house roofs of Gt Barford; d) the Hilton Red Cow, a thatched building with a barn behind.115 x 250mm, pencil on paper, four pages from a sketchbook.
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1889 (ii) (contd. 1)PWD/HOLYW/07a-d (contd. 1)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1889 (ii) (contd. 2)PWD/HOLYW/07a-d (contd. 2)
MACINTOSH, John MacintoshNo datePWD/HUNTS/08River scene with trees and sheep: a narrow channel overhung by bushes and trees, meadow with grazing sheep on the right, a distant church spire on the horizon.315 x 445mm, watercolour on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lx)PWD/BUCKD/28The supposed tomb of the Dukes of Suffolk in Buckden churchyard: two table tombs, the front one carved with shields etc., with a tree behind.95 x 125mm, ink on paper.
HEATHCOTE, John Moyer IINo date (contd.)PWD/CONIN/06 (contd.)
BUCKLER, MurielNo datePWD/WYTON/01Cottages and the Three Jolly Butchers in Wyton: looking east along Huntingdon Road, with houses on either side, thatched cottages in the left foreground and the Three Jolly Butchers with its inn sign on the right; a woman in white blouse and floor-length black dress on the left.275 x 380mm, watercolour with pencil on board.
DOW, A. WarrenNo datePWD/S.IVE/046The Backwater and the Waits from the west: water fills the foreground with a pollarded willow on the left and reeds on the right; in the centre background is the old granary building on the site of the Norris Museum, with the Free Chuch spire behind; buildings in the Broadway to the left and the Old Mill in the right background.175 x 250mm, watercolour on card in window mount.
Brampton1890PWD/BRAMPSee also PWD/HOUGH/14-15, with sketches of Brampton Mill and Brampton Lock on the back.
St Ives1886PWD/S.IVESee also Arthur Anderson Fraser's sketches of St Ives scenes, indexed under PWD/HOLYW/04-05.
DIGHTON, RichardNo datePWD/CONIN/26John Heathcote: a caricature portrait, full-length and facing left, showing a man with grey whiskers in a top hat, long coat and check trousers, holding an eye glass in one hand and a rolled umbrella in the other.255 x 150mm, watercolour and graphite on board.
DIGHTON, RichardNo date (contd.)PWD/CONIN/26 (contd.)
WADSWORTH, Margaret A.1903PWD/S.IVE/047St Ives bridge and chapel: seen from downstream, with the Manor House, part of the Quay and buildings behind Wellington Street on the right; moored boats in the right foreground with a man and woman sitting in them, another woman standing on the balcony of the bridge chapel.250 x 350mm, watercolour on board in ghastly gold window mount.
WINTER, RobertNo date (iii)PWD/HEM.G/12The River Ouse at Hemingford Grey: looking west from the end of the High Street, past Willow Cottage on the left, to Springfield in Hemingford Abbots in the middle distance; with a man and woman in the left foreground and a punt moored to the river bank.250 x 550mm, watercolour on paper.
WINTER, RobertNo date (iv)PWD/HOUGH/16"Houghton Mill. An Autumn Evening": the water mill seen from downstream and slightly to the south, with footbridges to the left and a water wheel housing to the right, trees and reeds on all sides.280 x 380mm, watercolour on paper.
WINTER, RobertNo date (v)PWD/S.IVE/048St Ives bridge and chapel: from downstream, showing the chapel with the pre-1930 extra storeys; trees and a glimpse of buildings to the left, the Manor House, Quay and distant spire of the parish church on the right; sunlight from the south-west with the downstream side of the bridge and chapel in deep shadow.280 x 385mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
WINTER, RobertNo date (vi)PWD/S.IVE/049St Ives parish church from the west: showing the steeple of the church with the Backwater in the foreground, wooden boathouse and moored boats on the left, the reeds of Holt Island on the right and trees all round.280 x 385mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
WINTER, RobertNo date (vii)PWD/HOLYW/08Flooded meadows and willow trees: showing long grass partly under water with pollarded willows behind and a group of denser trees on the left; beyond, a flat landscape extending to a belt of trees across the horizon.385 x 280mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
WINTER, RobertNo date (viii)PWD/HOUGH/17"A Forbidden Path": landscape with trees, a track and a white noticeboard painted "Private", rough grass in the foreground and behind the notice a hedgerow and trees; on the right a rutted grassy track partly in the shade of the trees.385 x 280mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
LEONARD, John HenryNo datePWD/S.IVE/050St Ives bridge and chapel from the west: looking downstream from the corner of Hemingford Meadow and showing most of the bridge with the extra storeys still on the chapel, the Manor House and other riverside buildings on the left, an outbuilding of Lindsell's house prominent on the right.300 x 500mm, watercolour on paper in window mount.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1926 (iv) (contd.)PWD/L.STU/05 (contd.)
GOODWIN, H.R.No datePWD/S.IVE/051Church Street seen from Holt Island: Barnes House on the left and the churchyard on the right, with the footbridge over the Backwater in the foreground and the churchyard trees filling the top right of the picture.205 x 260mm, acrylic watercolour on board.
WHYMPER, Charles1916PWD/HUNTN/27The Huntingdon seal with medieval burgess and First World War soldier: a man in black gown with white collar and a badge with "H" and a crown on it holds a shield showing the Huntingdon seal design of a tree, stag, huntsman and two hounds; beside him stands a soldier with rifle and bayonet.140 x 90mm, colour print on postcard.
CANNON, I.F.1977 (i)PWD/G.STU/07The Three Horse Shoes pub: a plain building with half-hipped roof, small porch, outbuilding and free-standing inn sign to the right, part of a signpost on the left.230 x 334mm, pencil on paper.
CANNON, I.F.1977 (ii)PWD/L.STU/11Forge Cottage, under repair in 1977: a straight-on view of a thatched cottage with holes in the thatch, varied doors and windows with a garden gate and small piece of hedge on the right.210 x 300mm, pencil on paper.
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1889 (i)PWD/EARTH/01a-bTwo sketches of the Hermitage Lock at Earith: a) seen from downstream, looking from the north bank of the Old West River, showing the lock gates with the lock-keeper's cottage on the left and the former Hardwick Arms on the right; b) looking downstream from the south bank of the Great Ouse and showing the same buildings with one of the beams of the upstream lock gate just visible, other buildings to left and right and the river channel in the foreground.150 x 235mm, watercolour and pencil on paper (on both sides of a page from a sketchbook).
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1889 (i) (contd.)PWD/EARTH/01a-b (contd.)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1886 (i)PWD/HOLYW/03a-bTwo sketches of the River Ouse, one of them near Eaton Socon: a) the river with trees beyond it and bare trees on the slope in the left foreground; b) the river in the foreground, the landscape dotted with occasional trees and a church tower in the background.115 x 250mm, ink and pencil on paper (on both sides of a page from a sketchbook)
WINTER, RobertNo date (iii) (contd)PWD/HEM.G/12 (contd)
AMBRIDGE, David1997PWD/S.IVE/053a-bThe frontage of the Edinburgh Woollen Mill shop at 23 Crown Street: elevation of the three-storey building including the company name over the ground floor windows.350 x 290mm, prints on oiled paper, b) has some colours added in crayon.
WOODS, HenryNo datePWD/HOUGH/18The Black Eagle windmill at Houghton: a wooden post mill on top of a roundhouse, sails to the left and mill tail to the right; with a path leading up to it from the foreground and trees in the background, with to the right a person leaning on a fence or gate and a stack of straw or similar behind him.275 x 195mm, watercolour sketch on paper mounted on board.
F--, L.G.1922PWD/HOLYW/09A grass field with trees and bushes: meadow or pasture with two clumps of bushes, a hedge and a clump of taller trees in the background.140 x 195mm, watercolour sketch on paper mounted on board.
BOLTON, RichardNo date (i)PWD/S.IVE/054The river at St Ives in winter: looking north-west from the south end of the old bridge, with the Dolphin mooring on the left, boathouses and the Rowing Club on the right, Holt Island and the parish church steeple in the background; the river partly frozen over with drifts of snow on top of the ice.250 x 330mm, watercolour on paper.
BOLTON, RichardNo date (ii)PWD/S.IVE/055The river, the Manor House and the bridge in winter: looking across the river from the Dolphin mooring with part of the Manor House on the left and part of the old bridge on the right, Bridge Street in the background between them and a small motor boat passing through one of the bridge arches in the foreground; traces of snow on roofs, brickwork and foliage.330 x 270mm, watercolour on paper.
FRASER, Arthur Anderson1894 (ii)PWD/HOUGH/19The Backwater at Houghton: looking down a stretch of river crossed by a wooden footbridge, with trees on the left bank and two small willows on the right, a weatherboarded shed in the right background.285 x 390mm, watercolour on board.
DOWNING, George HenryNo datePWD/HOUGH/20Houghton mill from the north: the building with its waterwheel housing framed by trees and vegetation in the foreground, with a punt in the river to the left and a faint view across the meadows in the left background.165 x 225mm, coloured lithograph on paper mounted on board.
[CROFT]1823PWD/SKATE/10A skating race at Chatteris in 1823: two skaters race towards a winning post represented by two men holding flags, with a large crowd of spectators including the Wisbech "Day" coach on the far bank, men with brooms for sweeping snow and ropes to hold back spectators and the Chatteris town band playing in a lighter beside the bridge on the right.110 x 180mm, print on paper hand-coloured.
[CROFT]1823 (contd.)PWD/SKATE/10 (contd.)
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxiii) (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/040 (contd.)
UNKNOWN1880PWD/S.IVE/042St Ives vicarage: part of a two-storeyed building with a bow window on the right of the picture, a lawn and large trees to the left and the spire of the parish church behind.170 x 250mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1927 (vi) (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/064 (contd.)
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxviii) (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/072 (contd.)
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxviiii) (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/087 (contd.)
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (viii) 2PWD/SAWTYSee PWD/S.NEO/57, which includes Sawtry items.
FLINT, Francis R, ROI, SMAc1940sSAVNM2013.7Railway Carriage Print of St Ives Huntingdonshire. Print of watercolour of river scene in St Ives by Francis R Flint.252mm L x 530mm W print on paper
BETTERIDGE, Fredc2000-2012SAVNM2013.18Watercolour of a modern snowy scene of St Ives Bridge and Chapel, painted by local artist Fred Betteridge.Framed and mounted by the artist
GARRATT, Sam1921SAVNM2013.10Watercolour of the Chapel and Bridge at St Ives by Sam Garratt (1864-1946). This painting shows a fisherman fishing on the Dolphin side of the river, looking over to the Quay. The Bridge Chapel still has its 3 storeys. A man sits on stone steps with a fishing rod.564w x 473
PALMER, Harry SuttonSAVNM2013.11Framed and mounted watercolour of the Ouse near Holywell by Harry Sutton Palmer (1854 - 1933).This painting is one of five that Sutton Palmer used to illustrate the River Great Ouse in his book, ‘The Rivers & Streams of England’, 1909. He restricted his illustrations to the most picturesque parts of the river, along the 7 mile stretch between Huntingdon and Holywell. The book has 75 high quality colour plates; recent innovations in colour printing had allowed the beautiful watercolour paintings to be sympathetically reproduced. The book was a great success. The advance in colour printing was a significant commercial opportunity for artists. They were commissioned to illustrate travel and guide books, posters and postcards. There are many examples of this work showing the Ouse, St Ives and neighbouring villages.565L x 732W, watecolour , framed and mounted
GARDEN, W.F.1913PWD/S.IVE/044St Ives parish church steeple from the west: with the churchyard wall in front of it and the Backwater in the foreground, trees and a shed on the left and reeds on the right, reflections in the still water.395 x 285mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
GARDEN, W.F.1913 (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/044 (contd.)
VANSOMER, PaulNo datePWD/CROMW/146 James I seated wearing a large rouched collar, surrounded by cartouches each depicting a different subject.120 x 90mm, print on paper, (155 x 230mm, including cartouches)
LELY, Sir PeterNo date iii)PWD/CROMW/147Oliver Cromwell in formal dress with long curly hair wearing a chain of honour. A coat of Arms above and cartoouches on lower half and below.210 x 150mm, print on paper (including cartouches). Actual image 90 x 115mm.
UNKNOWNNo date (329)PWD/CROMW/148Charles I seated slightly to the right wearing a large lace collar and a chain of office. A cartouche above and below.200 x 120mm including cartouche. 110 x 85mm, print on paper.
VAN DYKENo date (iii)PWD/CROMW/149Prince Rupert in formal dress with a lace collar, his left hand resting on his sword and his right hand holding a stick. Helmet in the background.120 x 95mm print on paper.
DE LA ROCHE, PaulNo datePWD/CROMW/150Charles I seated holding an open book, encouraged by some of his friends while others remain sad and serious.155 x 210mm, print on paper (including cartouche)
WOODFORDE, S.No datePWD/CROMW/151Charles greeting his children watched by Oliver Cromwell110 x 140mm, print on paper.
RICHARDSON, WilliamNo datePWD/CROMW/152Thomas Beard wearing a flamboyant dress and hat, stands. hand on hip and holding a brush. Two young boys stand behind with books.100 x 60mm A screened print from a book.
HINTON, J.No datePWD/CROMW/153A head and shoulders of John Thurlow facing to the left wearing a large white collar over a buttoned jacket. Cartouche below.165 x 100mm, print on paper including cartouche.
HOUBRAKEN, J.No date (ii)PWD/CROMW/154Portrait of Hampden in armour with white collar and shoulder length hair.125 x 100mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (336)PWD/CROMW/155A bust of Thomas Fairfax in armour with shoulder length curly hair.110 x 65mm, screened silk from a book.
UNKNOWNNo date (337)PWD/CROMW/156A bust of Col Robt Lilburne in armour with a large white collar facing slightly left.95 x 70mm, print on paper.
UNIVERSAL MAGAZINENo date (ii)PWD/CROMW/157A profile bust of General Ireton in armour with cartouche below.160 x 110mm, screened print from a magazine including cartouche.
LELY, Sir PeterNo date (iv)PWD/CROMW/158Bust of Sir Peter Lelly with shoulder length hair wearing a cloak and white collar.155x 100mm, screened print from a magazine.
SIMON, AbrahamNo datePWD/CROMW/159Profile bust of major General Disbrowe in armour with white collar.100 x 80mm, screened print from a book.
UNKNOWNNo date (341)PWD/CROMW/160Major General Desborough in armour on horseback with sword and stick.180 x 120mm, print on paper.
VAN DYKENo date (iv)PWD/CROMW/161 A bust of Henry Rich, Earl of Holland.165 x 95mm, screened print from a book.
UNKNOWNNo date (343)PWD/CROMW/162An image showing two preachers one in the pulpit arms outstretched crying 'Quarter days at hand therefore my beloved open & c' and one below with opened book saying 'Noe Churchman shall be mayor or sheriff if we can help' to a huge audience.155 x 85mm, print on paper.
HOGG, AlexanderNo datePWD/CROMW/163Daniel in full knee length trousers and a cloak holding an opened book.150 x 90mm screened print from a book.
DARTON, William1824PWD/CROMW/164Bust of james Naylor in a buttoned jacket with white collar and a soft hat.130 x 85mm, screened print from a book.
UNKNOWNNo date (346)PWD/CROMW/165A half portrait of Lucretia Grenville in frmal low-necked dress and necklace, large sleeves and a lace collar.140 x 75mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (347)PWD/CROMW/166A half portrait of Mrs Elizabeth Cromwell in formal dress with a low neckline and necklace, frilled collar and stole.140 x 75mm
UNKNOWNNo date (348)PWD/CROMW/167Bust of Richard Lord Protector with long wavy hair wearing a buttoned jacket with a large collar.130 x 110mm, print on paper.
COOPER, R.No datePWD/CROMW/168Bust of Richard Cromwell in armour with large white collar secured with black ribbon.100 x 80mm, print on paper.
SHIEL1901PWD/CROMW/169landscape of two storey house with large gateway and a wall on either side. Parkland in front with a horse and cart with three people and two ladies in the foreground with a man on one knee and a playful dog.95 x 145mm, print on paper mounted on fine card.
UNKNOWNNo date (282)PWD/CROMW/092Three images with flower motif stretched over each: Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector; Richard, Lord Protector and Elizabeth, wife of Oliver Cromwell.95 x 160mm, print on paper.
SHARP, W.1789PWD/CROMW/093Head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour with white collar above a scene depicting men on horseback with hats, gloves, spears and flags, flanked by a man with a rifle and one with a rod.175 x 110mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (284)PWD/CROMW/094A small roundel of Oliver Cromwell with the words 'Birth 1599 Appointmt 1653 Reign 43/4 years Death 1658 CROMWEL PROTECTOR' Below appears a written inscription of Remarkable events on one side and eminent Persons on the other.105 x 75mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (285)PWD/CROMW/095A standing Oliver Cromwell in full armour, fancy white collar, with left hand on sword and right holding a rod.80 x 25mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (286)PWD/CROMW/096A roundel with foliate border containing the head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour with a white collar.80 x 60mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (287)PWD/CROMW/09745 x 40mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (288)PWD/CROMW/09890 x 130mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (289)PWD/CROMW/09985 x 70mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (290)PWD/CROMW/100100 x 50mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (291)PWD/CROMW/10180 x 125mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxviii)PWD/BRAMP/20Tablet from 14 Buckingham Street, London, commemorating the house of Samuel Pepys: with inscription noting that Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, and two painters (William Etty and Clarkson Stanfield) also lived there.70 x 55mm, ink on paper.
WOODMAN, T. & MUTLOW, H.No datePWD/CROMW/037Oliver Cromwell after Cooper: head and shoulders portrait wearing armour and collar, in roundel with decorative surround and coat of arms below.Cut down to 290 x 170mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (liv)PWD/CROMW/038Oliver Cromwell: head and shoulders portrait wearing armour and collar, in small roundel.95 x 90mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lv)PWD/CROMW/039Oliver Cromwell's house in Whitehall: showing a terrace of houses behind a wall and pavement.80 x 100mm, print on paper, with letterpress description.
RAVENETNo datePWD/CROMW/041Oliver Cromwell in profile, after Cooper: head and shoulders portrait facing right, wearing armour and collar, in roundel.100 x 100mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lvi)PWD/CROMW/040Oliver Cromwell, full length portrait: with flowing hair and moustache, wearing a cloak and anachronistic armour with a medieval crowned helm beside him, and holding a baton.275 x 165mm, print on paper.
HISTORY OF ENGLANDNo datePWD/CROMW/042Oliver Cromwell in profile, after Cooper: a crude and vestigial version of the head and shoulders portrait (but facing left not right) at the head of a chapter on a page of a "History of England", chapter 29 p. 206.40 x 45mm, print on paper.
KITCHIN, T.No datePWD/CROMW/043Oliver Cromwell after Cooper: small head and shoulders portrait, wearing armour and collar, in a roundel on a textured background.80 x 100mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (240)PWD/CROMW/048Two large seals, the first depicting a scene in Parliament with words inscribed on outer edge BY GODS BLESSING. RESTORED.1651. THE. THIRD. YEAR. OF. FREEDOME. and the second a coat of Arms with the words MAGNUM.SIGILLVM.REIPVB. ANGLIAE.SCOTIAE.ET.HIBERNIAE.(a& b) 145 x 145mm, print on paper mounted on card.
UNKNOWNNo date (241)PWD/CROMW/049A portrait of Oliver Cromwell in armour with sword raised.160 x 125mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (242)PWD/CROMW/050Print of Oliver Cromwell wearing a fur-trimmed cape.60 x 50mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (243)PWD/CROMW/051Head and shoulder of Oliver Cromwell in armour with a white collar.90 x 75mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (244)PWD/CROMW/052Oliver Cromwell in armour with a large white collar.140 x 110mm, print on paper.
SCHLENENNo datePWD/CROMW/053A roundel of Oliver Cromwell in armour.170 x 110 print on paper.
SALOMAN, David R.P.No datePWD/CROMW/054A roundel of Oliver Cromwell with four smaller roundels, one in each corner, depicting heads as mentioned below. Two have crowns and two have wreaths.105 x 60 print on paper.
SIMON, Thomas1655PWD/CROMW/055Two adjacent seals, one depicting the House of Commons and the other a map of the British Isles.(a) 17o x 145mm, print on paper.(a) 165 x 145mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (248)PWD/CROMW/056A roundel of Oliver Cromwell in armour with collar. Description below image with letter PROC on each corner.170 x 130mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (249)PWD/CROMW/057A head and shoulders profile of Oliver Cromwell in armour with a large white collar. Small plaque beneath image with several persons standing and one kneeling.110 x 80mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (250)PWD/CROMW/058A head and shoulders profile of Oliver Cromwell in armour with a large white collar. Inscription beneath with a decorative surround.90 x 75mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (251)PWD/CROMW/059A head and shoulders profile of Oliver Cromwell in armour with a large white collar.100 x 90mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (252)PWD/CROMW/060People sitting and standing in the chamber of the House of Commons with its raised chair and table.140 x 135mm, print on paper.
FREEMAN, S.No date (ii)PWD/CROMW/061A bust profile of Oliver Cromwell in armour with a large white collar.100 x 100mm, print on paper.
TALLIS, L.No datePWD/CROMW/062Oliver Cromwell in armour with white collar holding a stick under his left arm supported by his right hand. A decorative frame.115 x 85mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (255)PWD/CROMW/063A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour with a large white collar.170 x 130mm, print on paper.
HUYBIRECHTS, PeeterNo datePWD/CROMW/064a-bOliver Cromwell seated with his right hand on a book.130 x95mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (257)PWD/CROMW/065A head and shoulders profile of Oliver Cromwell in armour with a large white collar.65x 50mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxviiii)PWD/BLUNT/03The carved initials "EB" from the doorway of Bluntisham rectory.20 x 40mm, ink on paper.
HOUBRAKEN, Jacobus1738PWD/CROMW/019Thomas Fairfax after Cooper: head and shoulders portrait wearing armour, in elaborate roundel with classical battle scene below.370 x 230mm, print on paper.
HOUBRAKEN, JacobusNo date (i)PWD/CROMW/020Oliver Cromwell in profile, after Cooper: head and shoulders portrait facing left and wearing armour with collar, in roundel; below, Cromwell refusing a crown.370 x 230 mm, print on paper.
DREVET, PierreNo datePWD/CROMW/021Oliver Cromwell after Van der Werff: head and shoulders portrait in a roundel, wearing armour with collar; beside and below the roundel a sword, a baton, a pair of scales, a theatrical mask, a snake and the skin of a fox.315 x 190mm, print on paper.
HOLL, F.No datePWD/CROMW/022Oliver Cromwell on horseback, afer Van Dyck: full length portrait in armour and holding baton, with bare hillside and fortification behind.250 x 170mm, print on paper.
FABER, I.1740PWD/CROMW/023Oliver Cromwell after Lely: full face head and shoulders portrait in armour with collar, in roundel.210 x 150mm, print on paper, top left corner cut to a circular shape.
MAURINNo datePWD/CROMW/024Oliver Cromwell after Van Dyck: head and shoulders portrait wearing armour with lace-edged collar, in roundel.190 x 145mm, print on paper.
GUCHT, M.V.No datePWD/CROMW/025Oliver Cromwell: head and shoulders portrait wearing armour with collar, in roundel.180 x 110mm, print on paper
UNKNOWNNo date (321)PWD/CROMW/133Two sides of a coin with the words, 'Crown of Oliver Cromwell, 1658' printed beneath.50 x 95mm, print on card mounted on card.
SMIRKE, R.No datePWD/CROMW/134Cromwell with arm outstretched facing his army. Two men kneel and one lies in the foreground, hat upturned.150 x 110mm, print on paper.
LONGMATENo datePWD/CROMW/135A facsimile of an original manuscript210 x 280mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (324)PWD/CROMW/136A facsimile of an original manuscript210 x 390mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (325)PWD/CROMW/137A side bust view of Oliver Cromwell looking serious.170 x 135mm, lithograph mounted on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (326)PWD/CROMW/138A facsimile of an original letter written by Oliver Cromwell280 x 190mm, ink on paper.
H.W.D.1839PWD/CROMW/139A facsimile of an original letter written by Oliver Cromwell120 x 170mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (77)PWD/CROMW/140Oliver Cromwell's seal with detailed description below35 x 35mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (328)PWD/CROMW/141A facsimile of an original letter written by Oliver Cromwell130 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (78)PWD/CROMW/142A coat of arms with demi lion on top holding part of a spear.100 x 50mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (x)PWD/CROMW/143A bombard showing arms of Oliver Cromwell (detailed description below).110 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (327)PWD/CROMW/144Coat of Arms50 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (328)PWD/CROMW/145Arms of the Luke Family20 x 15mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (l)PWD/CROMW/026Oliver Cromwell: waist length portrait wearing armour with sash and holding sword in left hand, sea battle and land battle in the background.200 x 150mm, print on paper.
DUNKARTON, Robert1813PWD/CROMW/027Oliver Cromwell: three quarter length portrait of Oliver Cromwell wearing armour and a cloak, left hand on hip and sword in right hand, drapery behind.130 x 90mm, print on paper.
VIRTUE & CONo datePWD/CROMW/028Oliver Cromwell after Walker: half length portrait wearing armour with a collar and holding a baton in his right hand.130 x 110mm, print on paper
FREEMAN, S.No date (i)PWD/CROMW/029Oliver Cromwell after Lely (but printed in reverse): head and shoulders portrait wearing armour and collar, face turned slightly to the left and wart over the left eye!100 x 100mm, print on paper
UNKNOWNNo date (li)PWD/CROMW/030Oliver Cromwell: head and shoulders portrait wearing armour and collar in oval frame with facsimile autograph "Oliver P Doe referre this Petiion to our Counsell Dec 2nd 1656" below.170 x 95mm, print on paper.
PARISET1771PWD/CROMW/031Oliver Cromwell after Cooper: head and shoulders portrait in armour and collar, a very poor likeness and reversed from the Cooper original so that the wart is over the left eye; in roundel with "O. CROMWELL" below.190 x 145mm, print on paper
SMEETON, G.No datePWD/CROMW/033Oliver Cromwell: half length portrait holding a baton, in an octagonal frame.215 x 170mm, print on paper
UNKNOWNNo date (lii)PWD/CROMW/032Oliver Cromwell in profile, after Cooper: head and shoulders portrait facing left, wearing armour with large collar.150 x 115mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (liii)PWD/CROMW/034Oliver Cromwell on horseback in full armour: with sword in right hand and battle scene behind.200 x 150mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (xvi)PWD/YELLG/03A tablet with the inscription RICD VENN GENT OBT Sep. 27 1791 AETAT 73 KATHERINE VENN WIFE OF THE REV. HENRY VENN OBT MARCH 27 1792 AETAT 75140 X 90mm, pen on card.
AUSTIN, John Sunman1852 (ii) (contd.)PWD/HUNTN/26a-b (contd.)
THOMAS, PercyNo date (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/037 (contd.)
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (324)PWD/WOOLY/02Part of church, south side.115 x170mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (320)PWD/WYTON/01xDecorative bracket foliage at the end of a beam.110 x 70mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (81)PWD/WYTON/02Painted glass in the centre of East Window.39 x 30mm, pen and ink with crayon.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (321)PWD/WYTON/03A very fine door with decorative ironwork. Scrollwork from top to bottom.155 x 130mm, pen and ink sketch on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xxiii)PWD/WYTON/04Two brasses showing a man and a woman.65 x 60mm, pen and ink with crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (322)PWD/WYTON/05A sketch of Wyton Church from the south showing chancel, nave, south porch and tower. Trees behind church and gravestones in churchyard.160 x 215mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (210)PWD/STO.L/10Norman tympanum.40 x 80mm, crayon on paper.
COX, D.1827PWD/NON-H/xxx[Stoneleigh Abbey, Warwicks)160 x 230mm, print on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxviiii)PWD/KIMBN/31Stonely Priory House: three-storey building with pitched roof and castellated wall on one side.95 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (306)PWD/G.STU/02An elaborate brass of Sir Nicholas Styveck with sword and headpiece and a dog behind his feet. Chalice on either side.180 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (75)PWD/G.STU/03An outline of brasses.80 x 190mm, ink on paper with crayon.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (76)PWD/G.STU/04An outline of brasses eight feet long. (This measurement written alongside sketch)105 x 40 mm, ink on paper with crayon.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (77)PWD/G.STU/05A piscina with pedestal in a trefoiled arch.100 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (75)PWD/G.STU/06Great Stukeley Church from the N.W. showing tower with weather-vane, north transept and nave. Graves in churchyard.90 x 140mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (299)PWD/L.STU/01Stone staircase leading to rood loft through open doorway.95 x 115mm, ink on paper..
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (300)PWD/L.STU/02Stone tablet80 x 70mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (301)PWD/L.STU/03Moulded arch65 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (302)PWD/L.STU/04Beak head moulding40 x 50mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1926 (iv)PWD/L.STU/05The gable with inn signs of the Swan and Salmon: the swan with "DCE 1676" on a stone panel below the chimney and a red-painted silhouette of the salmon below it.185 x 255mm, pencil, watercolour and ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (74)PWD/L.STU/06A piscina with drainage holes.50 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (303)PWD/L.STU/07Six billet ends of varyin design.45 x 70mm, ink on paper.
EDWARDS, EdwinNo date (v)PWD/L.STU/08The Swan and Salmon inn: with curved gables and tall chimneys, the carved swan just visible over the doorway on the right; fencing on either side and trees to the right.100 x 95mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (305)PWD/L.STU/09Three storey dwelling with gabled windows in roof, chimneys, windows and central doorway. Fencing in front with out-buildings on either side. Gate to the left.75 x 140mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (309)PWD/L.STU/10Old inn with decorated gables, chimneys, windows and central doorway. Trees on either side.75 x100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (307)PWD/THURN/01A stone turret with doorway.120 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (308)PWD/THURN/02Decorated window with trefoiled arches flanked with gargoyles.125 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (79)PWD/THURN/03Four different bell stamps.70 x 100mm, ink on paper.
MOYNELL, H1863PWD/THURN/04Thurning Church from the S.E showing the chancel with top of turret, nave, south aisle & porch end and tower behind. Landscaped churchyard with a child feeding a dog.'200 x 260mm, pen on fine card.
ODDIE, J.W.1861PWD/THURN/05Two drawings of the East window of Thurning Church and the turret.115 x 90mm and 115 x 55mm, pen on card.
UNKNOWNNo date (211)PWD/THURN/06Thurning Church from the S.E. showing chancel, nave, south aisle and porch with tower and steeple behind. Trees and hedging in graveyard.70 x 90mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (310)PWD/TOSEL/02A three storeyed Manor House with gables, several chimney stacks, mulion windows and doorway. Steps leading to house.145 x 115mm, ink on paper.
ROWLEY, George DawsonNo date (iv)PWD/TOSEL/03Toseland Church before the restoration seen from the south west, a simple building with hipped roof and a wooden bell turret on top. A solitary tree in the background.125 x 175mm, lithograph.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (311)PWD/TOSEL/04Toseland Church before the restoration. A simple building with hipped roof and a wooden bell turret on top. A man and child in the graveyard.85 x 135mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (284)PWD/STANG/04A decorated Silver Flagon with handle.70 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (286)PWD/STANG/05Reduced facsimilie of the old map, showing streets, fields and rivers.130 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (287)PWD/STANG/06Buildings with the Bell pub and its sign on the right and a man standing in front.105 x 70mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (288)PWD/STANG/07A row of cottages with small front gardens and picket fencing. Unsurfaced road in front with two children to the right.100 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (72)PWD/STILT/03 A plan of the "Angel Inn" showing the area destroyed by fire.90 x 120mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (73)PWD/STILT/04Fire pump within a post and rail fence with notice board.25 x 65mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (290)PWD/STILT/05'Bell' sign board with ornate ironwork.60 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (291)PWD/STILT/06An attractive pub sign "The Angel Inn" on a wooden post with supporting braces. Building in the background.110 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (292)PWD/STILT/07The Bell Inn Sign with ironwork protruding from a gabled building85 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (293)PWD/STILT/08The Angel Inn sign on a wooden support with three small wooden feet.70 x 50mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (v)PWD/SOMER/06Piscina and sedilia in Somersham church: double piscina with triple sedilia to the right.180 x 240mm, ink on paper mounted on card.
LEE, T. FaulknerNo datePWD/SOMER/08The font in Somersham church: circular with carved decoration, on base of clustered pillars.195 x 165mm, print on paper with colour wash.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (vi)PWD/SOMER/07Carved stoup in Somersham church: bowl with carved brackets beneath protruding from a domed niche.195 x 129mm, ink & wash on paper mounted on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (xi)PWD/SOUTH/01Thatched cottage with chimneys and a later extension. A gate leading to garden with trees and shrubs.75 x 50mm, photograohs mounted on card.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (x)PWD/SOUTH/02Norman Doorway with chevron design140 x 90mm, pen and ink on card.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (viiii)PWD/STIBB/02Statue of Minerva found at Sibson: front and back views, head and right arm missing, Gorgon's head on the breast.150 x 175mm. pencil on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclxiii)PWD/STIBB/05Stibbington Church before the 1848-9 restoration: view from the south-west.115 x 190mm, ink on paper.
K., C.U.No datePWD/STIBB/04The font in Stibbington church: octagonal and raised on pillars.75 x 70mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclxiv)PWD/STIBB/06The font in Stibbington Church: octagonal, on pillars.80 x 80mm, ink on paper.
IRVINE, J.T.1886PWD/STIBB/03The east end of Stibbington church: the east wall with two lancet windows, gravestones in front and the nave and tower behind.240 x 170mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxxii)PWD/STIBB/07Whipping post and stocks at Stibbington: post and double set of stocks, with wall behind.90 x 170mm, ink on paper.
HEATHCOTE, John MoyerNo date (i)PWD/HUNTN/05Huntingdon Bridge from the west: with decorative stonework below the parapet at the Huntingdon end, farm buildings in the left foreground and horses drinking in the river, dormered houses on the right. There are figures on the bridge and a covered cart or hay waggon crossing it (or is this the roof of a building behind??); the tower of Hartford church in the background.250 x 460mm, watercolour.
HEATHCOTE, John MoyerNo date (i) (contd.)PWD/HUNTN/05 (contd.)
HEATHCOTE, John Norman1894PWD/CONIN/01Mountain landscape in Skye: with water and an island in the foreground; wild and rocky scenery painted in purples, blues and greens.245 x 345mm, watercolour on board.
HEATHCOTE, John Norman1894 (contd.)PWD/CONIN/01 (contd.)
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (viii)PWD/S.NEO/57Pieces of painted glass in St Neots and Sawtry parish churches: a panel with a leaf design from St Neots and three smaller fragments from Sawtry.200 x 200mm, watercolour on paper.
SPRAGUE & CONo datePWD/S.NEO/50The tower of St Neots parish church: from the north, with part of the nave, north aisle and north porch.225 x 130mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1923 (iv)PWD/S.NEO/51A buttress of St Neots parish church: showing the carved stonework of presumably the west corner of the north aisle, or the east corner of the south aisle.255 x 85mm, ink on card.
EDWARDS, EdwinNo date (ii)PWD/S.NEO/77The yard of the Cross Keys: a confused range of buildings round three sides of a cobbled yard, with a man and a horse visible beyond the entrance into the Market Square.80 x 125mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxviiii)PWD/SAWTY/09Carved stone coffin lid in Sawtry churchyard: with carved cross on the top.60 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xxi)PWD/SAWTY/11Pieces of carved stone from Sawtry Abbey: various architectural fragments.135 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxx)PWD/SAWTY/10Piece of decorated floor tile from Sawtry Abbey: with geometric design of circles.75 x 115mm, crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclviiii)PWD/SAWTY/12The Moyne brass in Sawtry church: knight and lady with helm, dog, lion etc.150 x 85mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclx)PWD/SAWTY/13Part of the Moyne brass in Sawtry church: the upper half of the lady.80 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclxi)PWD/SAWTY/15Piece of painted glass in Sawtry church: man's head with beard and halo.70 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxxi)PWD/SAWTY/14Part of the Moyne brass in Sawtry church: the knight's helm with crest showing monk with scourge.60 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclxii)PWD/SAWTY/16Arms from a monument in Sawtry church: two shields with stars, lion rampant etc.30 x 60mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (viiii)PWD/SAWTY/05Three pieces of painted glass in Sawtry church: three men's heads, one tonsured and one with a halo.170 X 220mm, pencil & yellow wash on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxviiii)PWD/SAWTY/07Arms in window glass at Sawtry, from the 1613 Heralds' Visitation: two lions within a garter.40 x 35mm, ink on paper.
LADDS, Sidney Inskip1920PWD/SAWTY/06Designs on tiles from Sawtry Abbey: a circular geometric design and a dragon.180 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclviii)PWD/SAWTY/08Three sedilia in All Saints' church, Sawtry: elevation & section, ex Carter's 1798 engraving.65 x 125mm, ink on paper.
TARRING, JohnNo datePWD/S.IVE/062Architect's impression of the Free Church, St Ives: the building shown not in the Market Hill but in a spacious townscape with wide pavements, trees in the background and well-dressed passers-by in front.170 x 155mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lvii)PWD/S.IVE/092The St Ives town clock being taken down in 1922: the buildings at the north end of the east side of Bridge Street with the clock tower above, still largely intact, but with the tiles removed from the roof of the shop below it.145 x 120mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xvii)PWD/S.IVE/091The St Ives town clock seen from Merryland: the clock tower visible above the row of houses on the north side of Merryland, with the sign of the Cherry Tree pub on the right.175 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xviii)PWD/S.IVE/093Parts of the carved woodwork on the Manor House, St Ives: part of a horizontal beam supported by a vertical post, with carved decoration on both.40 x 75mm, ink on paper.
D., H.W.1839PWD/CROMW/017Facsimile letter by Oliver Cromwell, January 1649: "Gents. my Cosen Steward having a protection from my Lord of Manchester to secure him in all places from taxes, The urgent occasions doth desire me to request you in a line or two to forbeare molesting him in any such manner. his orders that beene pre-[illeg.] by mee, and ye justness of it doth require forbearance, as also it being recommended by ye Committee of Safety for ye Kingdome, to my Lord of Manchester, where upon his protection was graunted. [illeg.] yr ffrend to serve you O. Cromwell. Dated January 23 1648 [i.e. 1649 new style]"230 x 180mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxvi)PWD/CROMW/018Facsimile of the death warrant of Charles I: "At the high court of Justice for the trying and [illeg.] of Charles Steuart king of England" etc., with instructions for his execution and seven columns of signatures and seals below, including Bradshaw, president of the court, and Cromwell.230 x 420mm, print on paper.
PELLEGRINI, C. ?1885PWD/HUNTN/06Robert W. Edis in military uniform: full-length portrait of man with ginger beard, moustache and side whiskers, standing with arms akimbo in grey uniform with frogging, pillbox hat, shoulder belt, sword and jackboots, holding a riding whip.310 x 180mm, watercolour with pencil on paper mounted on board (originally blue but now faded to brown).
B--, E.No date (i)PWD/NON-H/17A barn or outbuilding at Moreton Hampstead, Devon: a thatched and weatherboarded building, details unclear, approached by a track with a gate and stone wall in front of it and Scots pines on the left, steep slopes in the background.175 x 125mm, watercolour sketch on paper mounted on board.
B--, E.No date (ii)PWD/NON-H/18The beach at Clovelly, Devon: a quayside in the right foreground, with a building behind it with a rickety roofed balcony; on the left, boats, fishermen, a beach and a bay with hills behind.250 x 350mm, watercolour on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (x)PWD/CONIN/12The font in Conington church: elevation and plan, semi-octagonal with interlaced arches.130 x 100mm.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (viii)PWD/ALWAL/04Row of three sedilia in Alwalton church, rough drawing with sections.95 x 110mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
ALBION PRESS1814PWD/BUCKD/14a-cBuckden Palace from the west: based on the Buck print or its variant - this version is too small to be certain which; in an octagonal frame with hatching round it and a sun image at the top left.85 x 105mm, prints on paper; a) also mounted on paper; c) cut down to 65 x 90mm.
ARCHAEOLOGIANo datePWD/HAILW/01Bronze statuette of Mercury: stepping forward with one hand raised and the caduceus in the other, wings on his ankles.150 X 105mm, pencil sketch on tracing paper.
ATTENBOROUGH, ?1862PWD/ALC.W/02A scene on the Scheldt: small ships under sail to the right and centre, with a windmill on the left and a boat with thatched roof and basketwork lobster pots or similar by the bank in the foreground; a lighthouse or church tower with beacon in the background.270 x 435mm, black chalk or crayon drawing on paper, some white chalk (possibly used to retouch foxing).
ATTENBOROUGH, ?1866PWD/ALC.W/03A rustic scene, probably foreign: in a cluttered yard under a mossy roof and weatherboarded structure sits a man in a smock and a little girl: the man holding a spade; fence, thatched roofs or ricks and trees behind. There is a bird cage on the wall to the left and a stone trough to the right.240 x330mm, pencil drawing on paper mounted on board.
ATTENBOROUGH, ?No datePWD/ALC.W/04A church seen from the east, with asymmetrical chancel, the roofs of the porch and chapel to the left and a dumpy tower with ivy on it behind; elaborate gates in front, trees and grass all round.245 x 350mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
BARRATT, C.R.B.1887PWD/GODMC/06A thatched and carved gable at Godmanchester, rough sketch with a tree behind.130 x 105mm, pencil on tracing paper.
BEDE, Cuthbert1854 (i)PWD/GLATT/01Glatton church "low side" window: part of the interior of the chancel looking west along the south wall: the low side window is low down in the wall with the sill of the larger window above it stepped up to leave room for it.335 x 195mm, watercolour on paper.
BEDE, Cuthbert1857PWD/GLATT/08a-bMay Day procession at Glatton: a girl with flowers on her head and holding a parasol stands in front of other girls and their garland, of foliage and ribbons with a doll on the front; behind are cottages, a pub and a church tower.160 x 240mm, print on paper (from a newspaper or magazine, with advertisement columns on the back).
BEDE, Cuthbert1861PWD/CALDE/01A gypsy camp at Caldecote: a family sitting on the ground with some cloth-covered shelters, a cart, horse and donkey in the background and a kettle hung over the fire.240 x 290mm, ink drawing on paper.
BEDE, Cuthbert1864PWD/FOLKS/01A dovecote at Folksworth: a squre building with pyramidal roof, pollarded willows and a pond in the foreground, large house in left background. Pigeons are flying from a vent in the roof and being fed by a woman in the foreground.250 x 350mm, watercolour (with graphite and scratching) on paper.
BEDE, Cuthbert1866PWD/GLATT/07Village Club-walking at Whitsun: a procession through a village street towards the lich gate and church on the right; led by two men holding a banner marked "Good Samaritan Lodge", followed by a band and many men holding ribbons aloft on poles; numerous spectators and a village street in the left background.260 x 370mm, ink drawing with wash on card, with a separate inscription below.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (i)PWD/GLATT/02May Day procession in a Hunts village: girls and ladies walk behind the May "garland" that two of them are carrying - a bunch of foliage and ribbons with a doll fastened in front. In the background are cottages and a church spire.235 x 275mm, ink and wash on paper.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (ii)PWD/GLATT/03The interior of Glatton church: looking east along the nave and into the chancel, with font on the right, high pews near the screen, a young man in the left foreground and an old man in the centre near the pews.225 x 285mm, watercolour in brown wash on paper mounted on board.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (iii)PWD/CONIN/03The Woolpack Inn on the Great North Road, Conington: the red brick, two-gabled building on the right, behind two poplars; on the left a broken fence and pond, with ducks, and two horses drinking; the deserted Great North Road running obliquely across the picture.250 x 350mm, watercolour on paper with gum and scratching.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (iv)PWD/GLATT/04A harvest field near Glatton: looking north-east towards Glatton village, the field with stooks and men and women working; in the foreground sit a couple with two chilldren and a costrel; Glatton church and houses show pale in the green of the trees around, with a windmill on the crest behind.235 x 330mm, watercolour and pencil on paper.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (viii)PWD/CONIN/07The drawing room at Conington Castle: with small tables and chairs, pictures on the walls (one plainly of a windmill), draped windows in the background, a door to the right, elaborate decoration round the cornices.190 x 260mm, pencil drawing on paper mounted on a second sheet of paper.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (v)PWD/ELTON/01Two views of Elton Hall: the first showing the left-hand half of the south-east front, from the round turrets at the south corner to half-way across the large staircase in the middle of the front; the second showing the whole of the south-west front.210 x 270mm as folded, two ink drawings on a folded sheet of tracing paper, the first drawing torn up the middle. When conserved, the drawings were mounted back-to-back in a two-sided mount.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxi)PWD/RAMSY/26The bridge and church at Ramsey St Mary's: the bridge and drain in the foreground, seen from the west, with the church behind.90 x 140mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxii)PWD/RAMSY/27Ramsey Abbey gateway: with road to the right and grass in front.90 x 140mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxviiii)PWD/RAMSY/36Part of the nave arcade of Ramsey Church: an archway, with detailed drawing of the capital and the springing of the arch.100 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxx)PWD/RAMSY/38Shield from the brass of Abbot William of Ramsey in Peterborough cathedral: showing a ram with "SEY" and "W".45 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxvii)PWD/RAMSY/37The lectern in Ramsey Church: with carved decoration and chained book on the desk.105 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxviii)PWD/RAMSY/39Painted glass and a brass showing the arms of the Bevill family at Wood Walton and Ramsey: three shields above a kneeling lady and knight.100 x 85mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxx)PWD/RAMSY/22The lectern in Ramsey Church: with carved decoration and a chained book on the desk.100 x 50mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccviiii)PWD/RAMSY/24Plan of the site of Biggin House, Ramsey: showing the site of the house, bridge, moat etc.120 x 105mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccviii)PWD/RAMSY/23The remains of a malting at Biggin, Ramsey: derelict and roofless buildings with bushes to the right.85 x 135mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
TWOPENY, WilliamNo datePWD/RAMSY/21The lectern in Ramsey Church: with elaborate carved decoration and a chained book on the desk.260 x 130mm, print on paper.
BLORE, Edward1842PWD/RAMSY/20Elevation of the vicarage at Ramsey: building in two wings with tall chimneys and porch all in a Tudor style.130 x 145mm, ink & wash on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxvi)PWD/RAMSY/32Sculpture of Ailwyn at Ramsey Abbey: carving of a bearded man in a robe with a canopy and carved figures round his head.105 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxviii)PWD/RAMSY/3413th-century counter seal of Ramsey Abbey: oval, with enthroned saint and inscription round the edge.90 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxvii)PWD/RAMSY/33Decorated capital in Ramsey Church.30 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxvi)PWD/RAMSY/35Silver censer from Ramsey Abbey: elaborately decorated vessel with chain and rings.80 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxv)PWD/RAMSY/30The Henry Cromwell door at Ramsey Abbey: round-headed door with studded decoration.100 x 70mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (viii)PWD/RAMSY/31Picture from a Ramsey Abbey psalter: showing part of a church with roofs, turrets and windows.125 x 30mm, pencil on paper mounted on card.
HEARNE, T.1800PWD/NON-H/91Romsey Abbey, Hants: the church in the background, with a bridge and river in the foreground.140 x 205mm, print on paper, hand-coloured.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccx)PWD/RAMSY/25The Great Whyte at Ramsey c.1850: with the Bury Brook running down the middle between the two rows of houses, including barges and a bridge.130 x 190mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxviii)PWD/S.IVE/072The boathouse in the Backwater at St Ives: with rowing boats and a punt pole in the foreground, the parish church steeple behind.100 x 120mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ciii)PWD/S.IVE/052The summerhouse in the garden of Vine Cottage: a small weatherboarded and gabled building with door and two windows, shrubbery behind.115 x 115mm, pen, ink and crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xiv)PWD/S.IVE/073Merryland and the town clock in St Ives: looking east along Merryland, with the Cherry Tree pub sign on the right and the town clock on top of Kiddle's shop in Bridge Street behind.110 x 85mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxviiii)PWD/S.IVE/074The St Ives borough arms. shield with four bulls' heads and motto on scroll below.50 x 45mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xv)PWD/S.IVE/079St Ives bridge and chapel: showing the chapel with its extra storeys and with a man leaning over the balcony railings fishing; the tollbooth, Bridge House and the Dolphin behind.105 x 150mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxiii)PWD/S.IVE/080The west front of Old Slepe Hall: with outbuildings to left and right, trees in front and three people standing in the doorway.130 x 160mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxiv)PWD/S.IVE/081Business card showing the Golden Lion Hotel at St Ives: with lettering above and horse-drawn vehicles in the street outside.75 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xvi)PWD/S.IVE/090St Ives bridge showing the ribs under the arches: seen from near the Dolphin.110 x 105mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cci)PWD/OFF.D/06The William Taylard brass in Offord Darcy Church: kneeling figure in academic robes.80 x 50mm, ink & yellow crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccii)PWD/OFF.D/07The Pabenham brass in Offord Darcy Church: three-quarter length knight in armour and two wives with inscription below.130 x 100mm, ink & yellow crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xii)PWD/OHRST/02The Abbot's Chair: the chair-shaped stone, actually a medieval cross base turned on its side, known as the Abbot's Chair or Hurstingstone.100 x 125mm, ink & crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccv)PWD/ORTON/05Orton Waterville Manor House: with two gables, dormers in roof, garden in front & church tower behind.100 x 175mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccvi)PWD/ORTON/06Stone doorway in Orton Waterville Manor House: with carved decoration including the date 1571 above.175 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cciii)PWD/ORTON/03Piscina in Orton Longueville Church: with trefoil head.200 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cciv)PWD/ORTON/04Stone effigy of knight in Orton Longueville Church: in mail and surcoat with hands folded in prayer and legs crossed.165 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1924 (ii)PWD/GT.PA/01Capitals in Great Paxton Church: small fleur-de-lys between two plain capitals.70 x 55mm ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxiv)PWD/GT.PA/02Possible Saxon stonework in the nave of Great Paxton Church: showing the piers and arches of the nave arcade.130 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccvii)PWD/GT.PA/03Pier and arches in Great Paxton Church.110 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxi)PWD/GT.PA/04Interior of part of the north side of Great Paxton Church: the north aisle seen from the nave.165 x 110mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
[STEVENS, H. Beresford]No date (vii)PWD/LT.PA/05The tympanum at South Ferriby, Lincs, for comparison with that at Little Paxton: with a central figure holding a crozier and giving a blessing, roundels to left and right.70 x 135mm, ink on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (x)PWD/LT.PA/06The Hedding arms from a tomb in Little Paxton churchyard: with chequered background and chevron, crest is a hand holding a pistol.130 x 85mm, ink on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxv)PWD/LT.PA/07The Anchor pub at Little Paxton: two-storeyed house among other buildings on a curving road.70 x 90mm, ink on paper.
KNYFF, L.No date (i)PWD/NON-H/78Hatley Park, Cambridgeshire: an aerial view of the house with stable blocks etc., a vast area of formal gardens, the parish church in the left foreground and a coach with riders on horseback approaching the house from the road.350 x 480mm, print on paper.
KNYFF, L.No date (ii)PWD/NON-H/79Broadgate, Leicestershire: an aerial view of a very large house with extensive outbuildings and large formal gardens, set in a panoramic landscape of woods and low hills.340 x 470mm, print on paper.
MODERN UNIVERSAL BRITISH TRAVELLERNo datePWD/NON-H/80Haddon Hall, Derbyshire: a distant view of a large, plain, four-storeyed building with battlements, set in a landscape of wooded hills; rather crudely drawn.190 x 300mm, print on paper.
SHAW, I.No date (ii)PWD/NON-H/81Worksop Abbey Church: a church with two western towers (?Victorian neo-Gothic), with a wide street in front and the ruins of a medieval church behind.280 x 330mm, lithograph on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxi)PWD/NON-H/82St Albans Abbey: from the south, with cattle in the pasture in the foreground and a few people, ?early 19th-century costume.75 x 145mm, print on paper.
FRASER, Arthur AndersonNo datePWD/HEM.A/01A riverside scene: a wall and tow path on the river bank in the left foreground, pollard willows and a church spire in the background; sunset behind the spire and grey clouds above.115 x 405mm, watercolour on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxvii)PWD/S.IVE/085The Manor House, St Ives: seen from the bridge, before the addition of pebbledash and concrete blocks, with the Gazette printing office indicated by a sign on the building to the left.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
GARDEN, W.F.1903 (i)PWD/HEM.G/03Hemingford Grey parish church, seen across the River Ouse from the south-west: the church in the left middle distance with bare trees lining the far river bank to the right of it, and a patch of grassy river bank in the left foreground.140 x 100mm, watercolour on paper.
GARROOD, Janet1914PWD/ALC.W/01The old footbridge at Alconbury Weston: a white-painted timber superstructure and pier, with stream in the foreground and pencilled geese (left unpainted on the white paper) at bottom right; behind the bridge, an ochre painted thatched cottage with brick and tile lean-to; other trees and cottages in the background.305 x 405mm, watercolour with some pencil on paper.
H., E.B.1871PWD/GODMC/01Watermill at Godmanchester: a three-gabled weatherboarded building with housing for the mill wheel on the left, trees behind and waterways with a bank between then in front.250 x 350mm, watercolour on paper.
H., E.B.1873PWD/GODMC/02The Ouse at Godmanchester: the church steeple in the background, rushes on the left and trees on the riverbank on the right, cattle on Portholme in the background.230 x 335mm, watercolour on paper.
H., L.S.No datePWD/HEM.G/06Hemingford Grey watermill: the weatherboarded building with the river to the right and in the foreground, trees right and left, one seated figure and one standing and fishing.180 x 285mm oval, grey wash on paper.
HARRADEN, R.1818 (i)PWD/EATON/01Eaton Socon church: a distant view of the tower only, hidden behind steep banks and trees with a river and rowing boats in the foreground.100 x 150mm, print on paper.
HARRADEN, R.1802 (i)PWD/S.IVE/025a-dSt Ives seen from the west: fields and brickworks in the foreground and perhaps a farm building, then the parish church, houses on the Waits and into the town centre with the bridge and chapel on the right; Holywell church tower in the background and other spires as well; boats on the Ouse, one with its mast lowered.370 x 555mm, print on paper; a) is hand coloured but has been closely trimmed; b) has the full sheet but is torn at the middle right; c) has been trimmed and stuck onto board, some damage; d) is browned and damaged, some worm damage.
HARRADEN, R.1804PWD/GODMC/03a-mGodmanchester church: from the south-east, with churchyard in the foreground (with a man, woman and child in it), a part-ruined wall joining it on the left side and house roofs and trees behind, on the right what seems to be a thatched roof behind a steep slope.150 x 200, prints on paper, a) hand-coloured (not very well).
HAWKINS(1808)PWD/BUCKD/11a-hBuckden Palace from the west: based on the variant version of the the Buck engraving of 1730 (see LADY'S MAGAZINE 1797 (ii), PWD/BUCKD/10) with the addition of three figures in the left foreground.175 x 230mm, prints on paper; a) is also mounted on paper.
HEATHCOTE, John Moyer(1853)PWD/CONIN/04A drainage mill near Conington: a wooden smock mill on a brick footing with rotating cap and slatted sails, probably with tarpaulins furled to one side of each sail; scoopwheel housing to the right, two vague figures to the right of the mill, drain and sluice in the foreground, gate and fence behind.290 x 450mm, watercolour.
HEATHCOTE, John Moyer1850PWD/GLATT/05Glatton village, looking east from the road junction (then a staggered junction, not a crossroads as now) in the middle of the village: in the foreground is the road that leads north past the church, with a fence and farm buildings behind it; on the right is the road towards the Great North Road leading away past a cottage on the right (said by the donor to be the one later occupied by Beverly Nichols: it has a small board over one door - was it a pub?).240 x 415mm, watercolour with pencil on paper.
HEATHCOTE, John MoyerNo date (ii)PWD/CONIN/05A drainage mill near Conington: a wooden smock mill on a brick foundatoin with revolving cap, wooden-framework sails intended to have a cloth covering, and housing for the scoop wheel at the right. Sluice in the foreground, harvest fields around, the tower of Conington church and distant hills in the background.240 x 415mm, watercolour with some pencil.
HEATHCOTE, John Moyer II1856PWD/BRAMP/01Brampton watermill seen from the east: a range of buildings and outhouses with trees around and the arched outfall of the mill leet in front. Three people in front of the mill, one on horseback, and another figure poling a boat on the river in the foreground.295 x 460mm, watercolour in window mount.
HEATHCOTE, John Moyer IINo datePWD/CONIN/06A lock and watermill with Conington church tower in the background, in the style of John Constable: river in the foreground with the bows of a lighter, with sail, and towing horses grazing to the right; trees to the right, lock with other lighters, and watermill behind; on the horizon is Conington church tower (stretched to be taller than it really is) with a vague building in front of it that could be Conington Castle.305 x 465mm, watercolour.
HEATHCOTE, John Norman1900PWD/CONIN/02Part of the grounds of Conington Castle, with the Castle visible on the right and the tower of the parish church in the left background. In the foreground are urns, a prominent plant like a "red hot poker" and part of a pond.285 x 390mm, watercolour on board.
HOLLIS, G.1841PWD/BUCKD/16a-dThe Great Dining Room at Buckden Palace: a panelled room with beamed ceiling and mullioned windows to the right; at a large table sits ?the bishop, while sitting and standing around are gowned men - presumably, clergymen, students or ordinands.120 x 160mm, prints on paper. a) is mounted in a paper folder.
J., O.No datePWD/BURY/06A lectern in Bury church: a wooden desk on a pillar, with carved decoration of arches and foliage.110 x 55mm, print on paper.
JOHNSON, C.No datePWD/CONIN/13Sir Robert Bruce Cotton (1571-1631): head and shoulders, full-face portrait wearing doublet and ruff, in an oval trompe-l'oeil frame.210 x 130mm, print on paper (page from a book).
LADDS, John1907PWD/EASTN/01Easton parish church: from the south-east, showing all parts of the building including the steeple, with a brick churchyard wall with wooden gate or stile in the foreground.460 x 345mm, watercolour with pencil on paper mounted on another piece of paper.
LADDS, John1913PWD/SPALD/01Spaldwick church: seen from the south-east, showing all parts of the building including the spire, with trees behind and gravestones in the churchyard in the foreground.505 x 415mm, watercolour and pencil on paper.
LADDS, Sidney Inskip1918PWD/EYNES/01Eynesbury War memorial: a churchyard cross with crucifixion at the top under a canopy, sculpted base and polygonal steps; shown in a stylised background of grass and trees.315 x 205mm, watercolour and pencil on board.
LADY'S MAGAZINE(1797) (i)PWD/BUCKD/09a-dBuckden Palace from the west: a smaller version of the Buck engraving of 1730.110 x 180mm, prints on paper.
LADY'S MAGAZINE(1797) (ii)PWD/BUCKD/10a-fBuckden Palace from the west: presumably a smaller version of the Buck engraving of 1730, although with a slightly different perspective on the parish church and with two added trees in the foreground.110 x 180mm, prints on paper; a) is also mounted on paper.
LAMBORN, P.S.c.1750PWD/CONIN/10a-bRoman inscriptions collected by Sir Robert Cotton: fifteen altars and other inscriptions shown as though set in a wall and with reference numbers printed over each one.275 x 240mm, print on paper.
LE KEUX, J.H.No datePWD/FLETN/01a-cThe 12th-century churchyard cross at Fletton: showing it from the front and back, with a vague background of grass and trees behind it in each view.110 x 160mm, prints on paper.
LEWIS, Stephen2008PWD/BLUNT/01Ice skaters on Bury Fen, Bluntisham: small figures, some with hockey sticks, against a background of bare trees, with the steeple of Bluntisham church against a yellow sky, clouds at the top of the picture and snow in the right foreground.145 x 320mm, coloured print.
MONKHOUSE, Mary F.No datePWD/S.IVE/026Part of St Ives bridge and chapel: seen from the Quay and showing the northernmost bridge arches and part of the chapel (still with its pre-1930 upper storeys); in the foreground is part of a boat loaded with what are probably bundles of osiers.450 x 340mm, watercolour on paper (drawing-pin holes in the corners); framed, with the stamp of a York framer on the back.
NEALE, John Preston1821PWD/CONIN/08a-bConington Castle from the west: a castellated building with three gables at the left of the west front; the tower of Conington church in the left background; a duckpond with ducks and part of a tree in the left foreground; five people standing in the grounds.120 x 145mm, prints on paper.
NEALE, John Preston1830PWD/CONIN/09a-fConington Castle from the west: a castellated building with three gables at the left of the west front; the tower of Conington church in the left background; a duckpond with ducks and part of a tree in the left foreground; five people standing in the grounds.c.150 x 200mm, prints on paper (all cut down to less than the size of the plate).
NORRIS, Herbert E.1910PWD/FARCT/01A 15th-century paten: a rough diagram of the paten with decoration including the IHS monogram.200 x 130mm, ink and pencil on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1920 (i)PWD/G.GID/01The Great Gidding word square: a tracing of the 1614 oak tablet carved "SATOR AREPO TENIT OPERA ROTAS" with "1614" at the top "ER" to left and right and a pattern carved below, the whole thing octagonal.225 x 200mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ii)PWD/HEM.G/07Hemingford Grey font: a rough sketch of it, decorated, on its plinth.140 x 100mm, pencil sketch on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (i)PWD/ELTON/04A piece of carved moulding from part of an arch, with cross-section.40 x 30mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (vii)PWD/FENS/01Fen clogs used by men and horses: in each case a flat piece of wood, the horse's clog with two metal staples in the top, the man's with leather straps and a heel-piece.320 x 250mm, lithograph on pink background on paper.
WILSON, M. ElizabethNo date (ii)PWD/HEM.A/05The Black Bridge, Hemingford Abbots: a wooden bridge with supports below and rails above, foliage in the right foreground and a wooden jetty on the left; a willow tree behind the bridge on the left, with a house or cabin partly hidden behind it.495 x 655mm, watercolour on paper with some pencil drawing
ROCK and Co.1861PWD/HINCH/06a-dA distant view of Hinchingbrooke House: with trees, parkland, sheep and ladies sketching in the foreground.60 x 85mm, prints on paper, vignettes.
BUCK, Samuel and Nathaniel1730 (iii)PWD/RAMSY/02a-eThe ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, seen from the north-west with broken walling to left and right, creepers growing out of the top and trees behind.195 x 375mm, prints on paper. c) is cut down and mounted in a card folder; d) is mounted on board.
EGLEY, W.No datePWD/RAMSY/08The Hon Mrs Fellowes: seated portrait down to the waist, showing youngish lady with centre-parted hair, an off-the-shoulder bodice and arms bare from the elbow; c. 1850 to judge by the costume.145 x 115mm, oval print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (i)PWD/ALCON/01Weybridge forest, as shown in Drayton's "Poly-Olbion" (1613): a woman standing with a spear in her left hand and a dog behind her, in an avenue of trees.20 x 25mm, pen and ink drawing on paper
JEEVAR, Peter1977PWD/S.IVE/001Cromwell's barn from the north-west, showing the north side and west end, with fence in left foreground and tree to right.200 x 250mm, pencil drawing on card.
WHYMPER, Charles1915 (i)PWD/S.IVE/002Part of Cromwell's barn: part of the ?north side of the building, with round-headed door, two ventilation slits, an upper opening on the right and buttresses against the wall; straw stack on the left, chickens on the ground.215 x 300mm, watercolour sketch on board.
WHYMPER, Charles1915 (ii)PWD/S.IVE/003Part of Cromwell's barn: a near view of part of the ?north side of the building, with part of the roof, a large buttress, a round-headed door and two ventilation slits; a straw stack in front to the left with a rooster in front of it.270 x 330mm, watercolour on board.
HUNTER, James P.1848 (i)PWD/S.IVE/004a-bThe west front of Old Slepe Hall (demolished 1848): a large 18th-century building of two storeys with attics, partly hidden by a large tree, with a gravel sweep, lawn and flowers in front. Two bonneted female figures are to the left and two more (an adult and a child) are at the front door, where they are met by a formally dressed black man.255 x 305mm (oval image), lithographs on paper.
HUNTER, James P.1848 (ii)PWD/S.IVE/005a-cThe east front of Old Slepe Hall (demolished 1848): a large 18th-century house, two-storeyed with attics, with garden walls to right and left of it; a path runs in front with sheep on the grass in the foreground; the ?owner and his wife stand in the porch and other figures include four girls playing on a swing on the left of the picture.225 x 305mm (oval image), lithographs on paper; a) mounted in oval window mount; b) unmounted and stained; c) photographic copy.
FARREN, R.1895PWD/S.IVE/006(Two etchings): New Slepe Hall and the parish church. On the left, New Slepe Hall showing the west front from the south driveway, with two young ladies with a dog gathering flowers in the foreground. On the right the parish church steeple and the Backwater seen from the west.Two etchings each 100 x 150mm, on paper 120 x 375mm.
WHYMPER, Charles1891PWD/S.IVE/007The Ouse frozen over in 1891: the bridge and chapel with the parish church spire and the Manor House behind, crowds of people on the bridge watching skaters on the ice, an old lady with a basket in the left foreground selling ?hot potatoes to a boy on skates.160 x 155mm, watercolour on paper.
ALTHAUS, Fritz1893 (i)PWD/S.IVE/008The Waits, looking west towards the parish church, Manchester House and the Holt, with a distant view of Houghton Hill in the background (nowadays obscured by trees on the Holt); bare trees and winter sunshine, a punt with two figures on the Backwater, a woman and child to the left of Manchester House.225 x 345mm, watercolour.
ULPH, Mrs Jessie Madeline BirtNo datePWD/S.IVE/009Market Hill and Crown Street: the west end of the Market Hill looking west towards Crown Street and through to the parish church in the background; a summer scene with shadows thrown from buildings off the picture to the left, and the shops all with their blinds extended.140 x 235mm, watercolour on board.
WINTER, RobertNo date (ii)PWD/S.IVE/010St Ives bridge and chapel (before the 1930 restoration): seen from downstream, probably from the point between the main channel and the Old River; with wooden buildings and boats on the right, the Quay and Manor House, also Bridge House on the left; reeds and waterweed in the foreground.380 x 555mm, watercolour in window mount.
BELL, John1995PWD/S.IVE/011St Ives bridge and chapel in 1995, seen from the south bank of the Ouse, with the Manor House and the west end of the Quay; two trees, a seat and flower beds on the river bank in the foreground. The river shown higher than its usual level.160 x 210mm, watercolour.
ALTHAUS, Fritz1893 (ii)PWD/S.IVE/012St Ives bridge and chapel, seen from the south bank on the downstream side; the chapel with its extra storeys largely obscured by a tree in the foreground; the Manor House still rendered with its beams hidden; a winter scene with the trees bare.190 x 255, watercolour mounted on board.
COOP, Hubertc.1910 (i)PWD/S.IVE/013St Ives parish church from the west: with the Backwater and a beached rowing boat in the foreground; two women in long dresses stand on the bridge over the Backwater; a shed and the Barnes House summerhouse/dovecote are visible on the left, the old bridge and part of the three-storey bridge chapel on the right edge.530 x 345mm, watercolour.
FRASER, Arthur Anderson1894 (i)PWD/S.IVE/014Holt Island and St Ives parish church, with the Waits and the Backwater, seen from Hemingford Meadow: low vegetation on the island, presumably osiers, allow a view of Houghton Hill beyond; the church is a little inaccurate but Manchester House and the slope of the Waits to the water are clearly shown.280 x 390mm, watercolour on paper (an irregular sheet with pin holes at the corners).
RICHARDSON, Frederic StuartNo datePWD/S.IVE/015The River Ouse and Wellington Street, St Ives: showing the backs of the houses in Wellington Street, with the entrance into the Old River on the right; the impressionistic style makes it difficult to distinguish details but there seems to be a boatyard or landing stage on the left and a slipway to the Island to the right; in the foreground are an angler in a punt and some ducks.240 x 350mm, watercolour.
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1890 (i) (contd.)PWD/HOUGH/14 (contd.)
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1890 (ii) (contd.)PWD/HOUGH/15 (contd.)
LIDDELL, Thomas Hodgson1892PWD/S.IVE/016St Ives bridge seen from upstream: part of Hemingford Meadow in the foreground and a glimpse of the Dolphin Hotel on the right; on the left are buildings behind the Broadway and Woolpack Lane, with the Free Church spire behind, and people on the bank with a boat and bundles of osiers, also washing on a line; the chapel has its extra storeys; a tall chimney is visible behind Wellington Street. The whole painted in bright colours.250 x 400mm, watercolour.
UNKNOWNNo date (i)PWD/S.IVE/017The Priory, St Ives: the Victorian house of that name (built c.1870) seen from the garden at the back and showing the rear of the house; bushes and shrubs in the right foreground, a girl in ankle-length dress with a black dog on the lawn, flowers and bushes in the left background; behind them are chimneys and gables, including - I think - those of the police station and magistrates' court.205 x 305mm, watercolour on paper.
HARRADEN, R.1818 (iii)PWD/S.NEO/25a-fSt Neots and Eynesbury from the south-west: the River Ouse in the foreground with boats and lighters, buildings on both banks in the background including the two church towers; shepherd and sheep on the right, two men in the left foreground with a ?fishing net.100 x 150mm, prints on paper.
LADDS, John1891PWD/ELLIN/01Ellington parish church: two views, from the north-east and from the south-west, with rooks flying round the steeple and a "Rough Sketch Plan" at top right of the right-hand picture.Both 180 x 130mm, prints on paper (lithographs)
HARRADEN, R.1818 (iv)PWD/S.NEO/26a-fSt Neots bridge from the south: three arches of the bridge with boats on the river in the foreground, people riding and walking over it, trees to right and left and open countryside behind it, a ?milkmaid on the bank in the right foreground.100 x 150mm, prints on paper.
LACEYNo datePWD/S.NEO/2716 scenes, including St Neots and Eynesbury from the south-west: landscapes and buildings from all over the country, with the St Neots view closely based on - but not identical to - R. HARRADEN 1818 (iv) (PWD/S.NEO/25).16 prints each 45 x 65mm.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxxiv)PWD/S.NEO/28a-dSt Neots Market Place: looking towards the south-east corner with the church tower in the background, people, vehicles and animals in the foreground.65 x 95mm, prints on paper.
CRUIKSHANK, GeorgeNo datePWD/S.NEO/31The assassination of Spencer Perceval: John Bellingham strides through a door to the right and fires one of his two pistols into Perceval's chest, two horrified bystanders in the left background.195 x 235mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxiv)PWD/WISTO/02Stone coffin lid from Wistow: a slightly different version of the coffin lid shown in Herbert E. NORRIS, No date (xxiii) (PWD/WISTO/01).130 x 50mm, pencil on tracing paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxvii)PWD/S.NEO/43The chimneys of Monks Hardwick, rising above trees and shrubs that hide the rest of the house.150 x 210mm, print on paper mounted on card.
ERXLEBENNo date (iv)PWD/LT.PA/03The "Traps" at St Neots Paper Mills (actually in Little Paxton parish): an elevation of part of the structure above; with a view of them below with a man walking on them, the road beside them and trees on each side.185 x 200mm, lithograph on paper in window mount.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (ii)PWD/SAWTY/02Piece of painted glass with four heads: three irregularly shaped leaded panes, with four heads, one apparently of a man with a tonsure, the others of women in medieval head-dresses.240 x 165mm, pencil with yellow crayon and black ink on paper, in irregularly shaped window mount.
EDWARDS, EdwinNo datePWD/NON-H/83An old house in Petty Cury, Cambridge: three-storeyed with attics, overhanging jetties and three gables.120 x 165mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxii)PWD/NON-H/84A cathedral nave: massive and tall, with triforium and clerestorey, vaulting above and Perpendicular screen at the far end, empty of furniture but with ladies in early-19th century dress walking around.210 x 160mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxiii)PWD/NON-H/85Architectural details: carved capitals, highly decorated with multiple piers above and below, six small capitals at top and bottom and a big one in the middle.210 x 155mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxiv)PWD/NON-H/86Architectural details: the corner of an arcade, with two-centred arches, elaborate capitals and faces carved on some of the arches.155 x 210mm, print on paper.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (vi)PWD/ELTON/02Elton Hall north front: part of the north front, showing the dining room with its three traceried windows and the northern extension on the right; with metal fence in the foreground.220 x 285mm, ink drawing on tracing paper, torn in places.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (vii)PWD/GLATT/06Poppyheads in Glatton church: a boy asleep in one of the benches in the nave with one poppyhead beside him to the right and parts of two others visible to the left; he wears boots, loose yellow trousers and a black jacket over a patterned waistcoat; his peaked cap is beside him on the bench, his prayer book on the floor in front of him. A pier and parts of arches visible behind.345 x 250mm, watercolour on paper apparently varnished, mounted on card.
BUCK, Samuel and Nathaniel1730 (i)PWD/BUCKD/07a-dBuckden Palace from the west: the main building with its tower and a bridge leading across the moat; outer wall and gate in the foreground, the parish church to the right, trees behind and on both sides.200 x 375mm, prints on paper; a) mounted on board.
BUNTING, George1899PWD/FENST/01The Ouse at Fenstanton, with a windmill to the left, two white-railed footbridges on the left bank and cows in the water in the left foreground; dark with a lurid red sunset.245 x 310mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (iii)PWD/DIDDN/01The brass of William and Elizabeth Taylard, 1505: two figures kneeling facing each other, he in armour with tabard, she with her mantle bearing coats of arms.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (iv)PWD/ALWAL/03Part of the capital of a column in Alwalton church: classical style.120 x 80mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (vii)PWD/ALWAL/02The porch doorway in Alwalton church: a rough drawing or tracing with sections.185 x 130mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (v)PWD/CONIN/11The matrix of a brass in Conington church: roughly sketched, showing a crucifixion in the middle and kneeling figures below it.120 x 95mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (viiii)PWD/ELTON/03A carved stone coffin lid: with elaborate cross down the middle of it.105 x 30mm, pencil drawing on paper.
CLENNELL, L.1816PWD/BUCKD/15a-dBuckden from the south: the Great North Road in the foreground with two men on horseback, with the village, tower of the Palace and the parish church in the right background.100 x 150mm, prints on paper; a) also mounted on paper.
DAY and SonNo datePWD/BYTHN/01a-bThe steeple of St Lawrence's church, seen from the north-west, with a tree in the left foreground and a thatched roof on the right.280 x 165mm, lithograph on paper; b) printed in sepia only, a) also hand coloured.
DAY, F.1888PWD/S.NEO/14St Neots from the north-west, seen across the Ouse: in the foreground is a field with sheep and trees behind; between the trees can be seen distant glimpses of St Neots, with the towers of the Congregational chapel and the parish church, also the bridge.280 x 380mm, watercolour on heavy paper.
ENGLAND DISPLAY'D1780PWD/BUCKD/08a-eBuckden Palace from the west: a smaller version plainly copied from the Buck engraving of 1730.175 x 250mm, prints on paper.
ERXLEBENNo date (i)PWD/BUCKD/02Buckden Cruel Tree: a signpost with directions to London "Thro' Buckden" and to Cambridge "Thro' Huntingdon" casting its shadow over three small headstones. Various trees in the background where the road curves downhill.355 x 260mm, lithograph on paper.
ERXLEBENNo date (ii)PWD/BUCKD/03The outer gatehouse of Buckden Palace, seen from outside with foliage overhanging the building and a small doorway to the right of the gate: a rather clumsy drawing.355 x 260mm, lithograph on paper.
PAGE & HOGWOOD1799PWD/NON-H/13a-bElizabeth Woodcock in the snow: showing her bundled up in her cloak in a sketchily represented snow cave, with hands clasped in prayer.a) 300 x 210mm, print on paper mounted on card; b) 190 x 130mm, lithograph in black with buff colour wash.
ERXLEBENNo date (iii)PWD/BRAMP/04Pepys House at Brampton: a house in two parallel wings each with a gable and a chimney, with a large pollarded tree to the right and a wooden fence in front.125 x 170mm, lithograph on paper in window mount.
FIELDING, Frederick1939PWD/HEM.G/05Hemingford Grey watermill: the weatherboarded building with the mill pool in front, with a punt on the water and reeds in the foreground; behind are willow trees to the left and meadows to the right, with a distant church spire - probably that of Hemingford Abbots.270 x 370mm, watercolour on paper.
FINLEY, W.1823PWD/BRAMP/02a-bBrampton Park soon after its construction in 1823: an elaborate castellated building, with two female figures in front of it and flower beds and lawns in the foreground.90 x 160mm, prints on paper mounted on paper.
FRASER, Arthur Anderson1888PWD/HEM.G/02A riverside scene with Hemingford Grey Manor House: riverbank in the left foreground with the house behind, a blue-hatted figure on a punt on the river.115 x 405mm, watercolour on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxi)PWD/FLETN/03The steeple of Fletton church: seen rising above trees with part of a house in the foreground and a man in the costume of an 18th-century clergyman and a lady walking in the road in front.105 x 60mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxv)PWD/GODMC/13A brass and indents in Godmanchester church: civilian in fur-trimmed gown in the middle, with the indents of a wife on each side, inscription below and two groups of children below that.95 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxvii)PWD/GODMC/15North point from Speed's Huntingdonshire map, apparently mistaken for the Godmanchester coat of arms25 x 20mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxvi)PWD/GODMC/14The south porch of Godmanchester church.45 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xlii)PWD/GODMC/16Carved bench end in Godmanchester church: the poppyhead design on one of the benches in the chancel.50 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxv)PWD/HUNTN/56The weather vane on Huntingdon Town Hall: above a cupola.90 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxii)PWD/HUNTN/43Part of Huntingdon Bridge: looking along the upstream side from the Huntingdon bank, with the mill and houses in the background.55 x 90mm, ink on paper.
RUDGE, Bradford(1842)PWD/HUNTN/72The Literary and Scientific Institution: the High Street frontage with its classical columns and statue of Minerva on top, railings to the left and other buildings along the street curving away in the background; with various passers-by including two horsemen and a spaniel.310 x 360mm, lithograph.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (iii)PWD/HUNTN/77Carved wooden figure on the Archdeaconry Library at Huntingdon: a man holding a book in his left hand and three stones in his right.210 x 60mm, ink on card.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxviii)PWD/HUNTN/57All Saints' Church, Huntingdon: from the south, with a man sitting on the churchyard wall and a passer-by talking to him.45 x 75mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (iv)PWD/HUNTN/64The Falcon Inn, Huntingdon: the façade with bow window above the arched doorway; painted above the window "FAMILY & COMMERCIAL HOTEL Luncheons Provided", below the window "FALCON" and on the archway "Edward A Cameron Licensed to Retail Beer Wines & Spirits Dealer in Tobacco 9".165 x 100mm, ink and wash on paper.
HUTCHINSON, Robert1890PWD/HUNTN/79The Archdeaconry Library at Huntingdon: from the north-west showing the porch and bay window facing the present-day bus station, with wooden statues on both sides of the window and iron railings in front.105 x 210mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (x)PWD/KIMBN/29The font in Kimbolton Church: circular font on supporting columns resting on a plinth.75 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxvi)PWD/HUNTN/48The White Mill at Huntingdon: windmill on a beehive-shaped roundhouse with church steeple in the background.115 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxvii)PWD/HUNTN/49The Black Mill at Huntingdon: a post mill on a beehive-shaped roundhouse, with fences and an outhouse.120 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxviiii)PWD/HUNTN/51The window of Huntingdon Prison: with bars and lock in a deep recess and brickwork below.80 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxi)PWD/HUNTN/39The printer's device of Thomas Lovell of Huntingdon: oblong with a house and foliage and the words "LOVELL PRINTER HUNTINGDON".25 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxii)PWD/HUNTN/40Huntingdon Grammar School in 1844: with chimney and bellcote, buildings to left and right and passers-by in front.80 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxiii)PWD/HUNTN/44Old house in Raitt's Passage, Huntingdon: half-timbered jettied house with flagstoned pavement in front.110 x125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxiv)PWD/HUNTN/46Newton's Court, Huntingdon: a group of small cottages of various shapes and sizes.130 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxv)PWD/HUNTN/47Huntingdon County Gaol: aerial view of the buildings broken up into yards by high walls.80 x 120mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxiii)PWD/KIMBN/30Katharine of Aragon's chest in Kimbolton Castle: ornate coffer with studded decoration.40 x 80mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1924 (ii)PWD/SOMER/03Matrix of a brass in Somersham church: the silhouette of the brass itself, of a priest, with the indent of an inscription under his feet, the indent of four circles around him, the whole surrounded by a rectangular outline.390 x 170mm, ink on textured paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (057)PWD/NON-H/20An extensive view showing tower with transept in front. The nave and aisle are on the left and the chancel on the right. There are people and animals in the foreground.75 x 45mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxv)PWD/NON-H/87Designs for brooches: circular or diamond-shaped, openwork designs in gold paint with inlays shown in green or blue.445 x 300mm, paint and black ink on paper; the surviving right half of what must originally have been a much bigger sheet.
UNKNOWNNo date (061)PWD/NON-H/24Architectural details of column cap and gothic arches.150 x 210mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (062)PWD/NON-H/25Architectural detail of elaborate column caps.220 x 150, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (063)PWD/NON-H/26Architectural detail of church interior showing a long view of the nave.210 x 155mm, print on paper.
SCOTT, I.1807PWD/NON-H/89Signature of Elizabeth I: with fragments of her seal above and small portrait of her below.230 x 160mm, print on paper.
ENGELHART, George1811PWD/NON-H/88Mr Daniels, the author of "Rural Sports": head-and-shoulders portrait in profile of a middle-aged man in high-collared coat and white cravat.290 x 225mm, print on paper.
KNELLER, Godfreyc.1690PWD/BRAMP/05Portrait of Samuel Pepys: head and shoulders, wearing neckcloth and full wig, in an oval frame with a surround giving a trompe-l'oeil effect of rolled paper, itself on a rectangular background.130 x 90mm, print on paper.
DAY & HAGHENo date (ii)PWD/CROMW/011Richard Cromwell: head-and-shoulders portrait of young man, bareheaded and in armour. with long hair and a knotted scarf.70 x 80mm, print on paper (lithograph).
HERBERT, J.1795PWD/CROMW/012Richard Cromwell: head-and-shoulders portrait of a young man, bareheaded and in armour, with long, curled hair.130 x 90mm, print on paper.
DAY & HAGHENo date (i)PWD/CROMW/003a-cOliver Cromwell, based on the Robert Walker portrait, showing him down to the waist, bare-headed and in armour and holding a staff or truncheon - but differing from the Walker portrait in having his head turned more to the left, a poor likeness of his face, and a large wart under the mouth (misunderstanding a shadow or tuft of beard in Walker's picture!).90 x 85mm, prints on paper (lithographs), probably pages from a book.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxiii)PWD/CROMW/005a-bOliver Cromwell in profile, after Cooper: head-and-shoulders portrait facing right, bare-headed and in armour in a roundel.110 x 85mm, print on paper.
SCRIVEN, E.No datePWD/CROMW/001a-bOliver Cromwell: a detail of the portrait by Robert Walker, showing Cromwell down to the waist, bare-headed but wearing armour and holding a staff or truncheon - part of this and part of his right arm cropped from the picture.125 x 100mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxviii)PWD/NON-H/74The interior of a chapel, looking east to the apsed chancel, with pews and pulpit, pipe organ on the left and railed-off sanctuary with altar in the background, timber roof with blue-painted ceiling, two ladies and a gentleman in Victorian costume in the nave.360 x 255mm, watercolour and ink on paper mounted on card, with decorative border in ink.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxviiii)PWD/NON-H/75West country scene: a sandy-coloured road with boulders on either side curving away through rolling hills.345 x 490mm, watercolour on paper in a window mount.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxx)PWD/NON-H/76West country scene: a heath with Scots pines, a lady and a child walking along a lane, and two horses grazing in the foreground.350 x 495mm, watercolour on paper in a window mount.
LLOYD, Stuart1903PWD/HEM.G/11"In a Fair Country. Hemmingford Gray on the Ouse": Hemingford Grey water mill with the church tower in the background (artistic licence has been used to get them both in the same picture), with the river in the foreground and a moored narrow-boat named "Pride of the Ouse", with "Huntingdon" given as its owner's address on the side panel.295 x 730mm, print on paper.
BURNET, John1850PWD/CROMW/016Oliver Cromwell: full-face head-and-shoulders portrait, with white shirt collar and armour, and shown with a moustache and tiny beard; the wart over the wrong eye! In a circular vignette.555 x 495mm, print on board.
POUSSIN, GasparNo datePWD/NON-H/77View of Tivoli: a distant view of monumental buildings on a high crag, with woods and a river in the foreground, a man and a woman reclining on the left.410 x 500mm, print on paper glued to card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (ii)PWD/ALCON/02A piece of painted glass from Alconbury church: a heart-shaped piece of glass with a coat of arms on it.40 x 25mm, ink and coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxiv)PWD/ALCON/03Details of a "Glastonbury Chair" in Alconbury church: a frieze of carving showing the "vesica piscis" and two square panels.90 x 100mm, ink and coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxvi)PWD/ALCON/04A "Glastonbury Chair" in Alconbury church: a carved wooden chair with X-shaped legs and elaborately shaped arms.130 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxv)PWD/ALCON/05A decorative initial "T", from the beginning of John Cole's MS description of Alconbury.25 x 30mm, ink with coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxvii)PWD/ALCON/06A piece of painted glass from Alconbury church: a lozenge shape in red, yellow and blue diamonds.45 x 35mm, ink with coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxvi)PWD/ALCON/07Pieces of painted glass from Alconbury church: two quite complicated heraldic designs.40 x 70mm, ink and coloured crayon on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (xiii)PWD/STO.L/08A tapering coffin slab with a plain design.145 x 75mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (073x)PWD/STO.L/09Nave roof with rafters and the chancel arch.65 x65mm, ink on paper with black crayon.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (294)PWD/STILT/09Old coaching inn showing courtyard and coachway in foreground.80 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (295)PWD/STILT/10A three storey inn with several windows and chimneys and two doorways and archway.45 x 85mm, ink on paper.
EDWARDS, EdwinNo date (iii)PWD/STILT/11Inn sign of the Angel: a free-standing vertical wooden post with crosspiece and braces supporting it; above the crosspiece a decorative wrought iron frame surrounding a shaped board with "THE ANGEL INN" painted on it; parts of cottages in the background.110 x 65mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (viiii)PWD/STILT/12A tapering coffin slab with a plain design.115 x 55mm, pen on fine card.
EDWARDS, EdwinNo date (iv)PWD/STILT/13The Bell Inn, looking north up Stilton High Street with the many-gabled inn and its sign, with elaborate wrought iron sign bracket, on the right.115 x 120mm, print on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1886PWD/S.IVE/041St Ives bridge from the east: showing most of the span of the bridge with the 18th-century house behind it on the left; toll booth in the refuge near the south end of the bridge, chapel with its extra storeys, some small boats in the foreground and one more under the bridge; there is a child on the chapel balcony, a man and a woman in the foreground boats and two figures standing in the one under the arch.140 x 255mm, etching on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1905PWD/HOUGH/22The footbridge over the Backwater at Houghton: a ricketty wooden bridge over a watercourse, with trees to the right and a wooden shed behind and to the left.100 x 160mm, etching on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxi)PWD/ALCON/12Alconbury church during the rebuilding of the tower in 1877: seen from the west with timber shoring holding up the bell chamber and spire while the lower part of the tower is rebuilt beneath them.85 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxx)PWD/SAWTY/04Map of Monks Wood: a sketch map showing roads and cart tracks, and the names of some of the landowners.150 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxii)PWD/ALWAL/06Row of three sedilia in Alwalton church, elevation and section.65 x 65mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1927 (vii)PWD/G.STA/05Colourful shield with full description below.165 x 135mm, ink on paper with colours
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (285)PWD/G.STA/06A large stone sundial on a stepped plinth.100 x 70mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (289)PWD/S.GID/01 An eight -sided bell stamp40 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (73)PWD/S.GID/02A decorated Coffin Lid130 x 50mm ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (281)PWD/STANG/01Decorated stone cross resting on a plinth.110 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (282)PWD/STANG/02A simple chalice with fluted edges.75 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (283)PWD/STANG/03Entrance porch with imposing balustraded cornice and steps to doorway arch with three windows above.95 x 55mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (xii)PWD/STO.L/02Carved stone over doorway with mitre and shield on either side.50 x 100mm, ink on card..
UNKNOWNNo date (209)PWD/STO.L/03Carved doorway with tympanum, beneath an ornate arch resting on capitals decorated with intertwined snakes. Wooden door with wrought iron hinges and central lock.240 x 180mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xxii)PWD/STO.L/04Priest's carved doorway with tympanum, beneath an ornate arch resting on capitals decorated with intertwined snakes. Wooden door with wrought iron hinges and central lock.110 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (296)PWD/STO.L/05A norman tympanum depicting a memaid with a fox on her left and a cat on the right.40 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (297)PWD/STO.L/06Stone cross on a circular plinth70 x 60mm, ink on paper..
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (298)PWD/STO.L/07A norman tympanum and decorated capitals.100 x 150mm, ink on paper.
LADDS, John1877PWD/KIMBN/01a-cKimbolton Grammar School: showing the elaborate brick building with chimneys and a cupola, trees on each side and a fence and road in front. A plaque over the door has the date "1876".285 x 380mm, prints on paper.
BEDE, Cuthbert1854 (ii)PWD/LEIGH/01The Castle gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold: seen from the north, with moat and bridge to the right, trees and shrubs, ducks on the water.230 x 250mm, pencil drawing on paper.
CUIT, G.No datePWD/LEIGH/02a-bLeighton Bromswold church: seen from the south, with rough grass and a few gravestones in front, some small human figures by the south transept and to the left.180 x 245mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (vi)PWD/LEIGH/03Piscina at Leighton Bromswold church: interlaced arches above, with plan of the pillars below.130 x 80mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
LADDS, John1874PWD/MOLES/01a-cMolesworth Rectory: a view of the house with trees to left and right and the parish church in the right background; plans of the ground and first floors at the top.180 x 280mm, prints on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (i)PWD/OFF.D/01Rubbing of the brass of William Taylard, c.1530: a priest in cap, tippet, gown and hood, kneeling with hands raised together in prayer, turned three-quarters to the right.580 x 355mm, black wax on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxvi)PWD/ELLIN/09A finial in the chancel of Ellington church: foliar design on triangular base.90 x 80mm, ink on paper.
HUNTER, James P.No datePWD/S.IVE/038a-cSt Ives from the west: the parish church prominent in the foreground with Barnes Walk to the left, ladies gentlemen and sheep in front; beyond can be recognised the then Methodist church and the granary where the Museum is now, the cupolas of the town clock in Bridge Street and the brewery behind the Broadway; the bridge and chapel, the Dolphin and the New Bridges; there are osiers on the Holt and boats of several kinds on the river.245 x 340mm, lithographs on paper, mounted on card.
SADLER, Walter Dendy1902PWD/S.IVE/034A Registry Office Wedding: the registrar stands on the left of a table piled with papers, his clerk sits behind it and the bride and groom stand on the right, he about to put the ring on her hand; the four parents sit on the right side, with one of the fathers peering out of the picture with a sinister smirk; there are books and document boxes all around the office, one of them marked "Mr Day's Private Papers". Below the main picture is a small vignette of the bride and groom, outside with their hats on.560 x 685mm, print on paper mounted on board and framed, the frame perhaps original, though repaired.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxi)PWD/NON-H/64Farm buildings with the sea in the distance: two sheds, one thatched and one tiled, with stacked timber and a cartwheel, and a distant view of the sea coast to the right.250 x 355mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxii)PWD/NON-H/65Belluno, northern Italy: a hill town clustered over slopes above a river, with high mountains behind.180 x 240mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card.
SOPER, T.J.No datePWD/NON-H/66River view: a river valley with wooded slopes, a bridge over the river and a lady sitting in the left foreground.125 x 285mm, coloured print on paper mounted on card.
ROWBOTHAM, T.L.No date (ii)PWD/NON-H/68Eltham, Kent: a ramshackle barn with tiled roof and chimney on a wooded hillside, timber and a cart wheel in the foreground.185 x 335mm, colour print on paper mounted on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xcxviii)PWD/EYNES/07Carved bench end in Eynesbury church: showing foliage and a stag.50 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xcxvii)PWD/EYNES/06Carved bench end in Eynesbury church: showing foliage and the heads of two animals.50 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NEALE, John Preston1822 (ii)PWD/HINCH/07The north front of Hinchingbrooke House, with two bay windows in front of castellated buildings; a tree to the left, a gardener sweeping the lawn, and a lady with parasol and accompanied by a dog walking on the path.85 x 125mm, prints on paper.
SQUIRE, Charles1812?PWD/S.NEO/32John Bellingham: a head and shoulders portrait showing Bellingham's face in profile, with high-collared coat and elaborate neckcloth; not an accurate portrait but the distinctive long nose shows that it is not complete fantasy either.130 x 90mm, print on paper.
TAYLOR, Isaac1801PWD/S.NEO/33Rev Dr William Gordon: head and shoulders full-face portrait, wearing a full wig and clergyman's clothes, shown in an oval inside a square.200 x 125mm, print on paper (page from a book).
WILDMAN1832PWD/S.NEO/34a-dRev Robert Halley: head and shoulders full face portrait of dark-haired man in dark coat and waistcoat with white neckcloth.220 x 140mm, prints on paper (pages from a book, b-d cut down)
BLOOD1813PWD/S.NEO/35a-bRev Thomas Morell: a head and shoulders full-face portrait of a young, dark-haired man in clergyman's clothes, black coat and waistcoat with white neckcloth, in oval frame.140 x 100mm, prints on paper.
WILDMAN1831PWD/S.NEO/36Rev Thomas Morell: a head and shoulders full-face portrait of a middle-aged bald man in clergyman's clothes, black coat and waistcoat with white neckcloth.210 x 120mm, print on paper (page from a book).
CROWQUILL, Alfred1850PWD/S.NEO/37a-bRev George Cornelius Gorham: at the time of the Gorham controversy, a full-length portrait wearing cassock and holding a pair of spectacles, standing beside a font (the controversy concerned baptism).220 x 140mm, 210 x 135mm, prints on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xi)PWD/S.NEO/38Motif from stained glass in St Neots church: an MR monogram, copied from Gorham's History p. 156.130 x 85mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xii)PWD/S.NEO/39Sketch map of Roman sites near St Neots: a few sites to the west of the town, with scale and north point.160 x 100mm, pencil on tracing paper.
TYTLER, G.1817 (i)PWD/GODMC/07Godmanchester and Portholme: looking across Portholme meadow to the steeple and roofs of Godmanchester in the background; river in the foreground, small bridge on the left, wooden buildings on stilts on the meadow itself with grazing horses and cattle and people dotted about.235 x 305mm, print on paper, hand coloured.
PRANKER, Robert (?)1765PWD/HINCH/13The arms of the Earl of Sandwich: shield with coronet and crest above, merman and eagle as supporters, motto on scroll near the bottom; with small abbreviations marked in to indicate various of the colours.420 x 240mm, print on paper.
EDMONDSON, JosephNo datePWD/KIMBN/11The arms of the Duke of Manchester: shield with coronet and crest above, supporters are a two-horned animal like a unicorn and a griffin, motto on a scroll near the bottom, with small abbreviations marked in to indicate various of the colours.420 x 240mm, print on paper.
EDMONDSON, JosephNo date (contd.)PWD/KIMBN/11 (contd.)
UTTING, R.B.1849PWD/SAWTY/01a-bThe Moyne Brass, 1404: knight and lady, he in camail and jupon with his feet on a lion and a helm behind his head with the family crest of a monk with a flagellum; she in close-fitting dress and cloak with hair elaborately bound, a dog under her feet and pillows behind her head. Scale of 1 foot below the image.190 x 100mm, print on paper (page from a book).
LOMBART, P.No datePWD/SOMER/01A mythological scene with athletes: five young men in short tunics run and one seems to turn a backward somersault; in a woodland setting, watched by people in classical costume - one wearing a crown - with lances, shields, a helm and a horse in the right background.300 x 200mm, print on paper (page from a book).
WINDLE, R.1849PWD/SPALD/02a-bThe font in Spaldwick church: a hexagonal stone bowl of quite simple design on a plain hexagonal pillar on rectangular blocks of stone.120 x 80mm, prints on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (viiii)PWD/SPALD/03The font in Spaldwick church: a hexagonal stone bowl of quite simple design on a plain hexagonal pillar on rectangular blocks of stone.85 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xx)PWD/SPALD/04A window in the tower of Spaldwick church: lozenge-shaped with four quatreroil lights.55 x 55mm, purple (?carbon copy) on paper.
VARLEY, J.1800PWD/STILT/01a-iChurch and village scene at Stilton: the church in the centre background and houses on either side, some with thatched roofs; trees behind the church and people with donkeys and sheep in the street.150 x 200mm, prints on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (ii)PWD/FARCT/02A 15th-century paten: a rough sketch of the paten with decoration including the IHS monogram.100 x 100mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (iii)PWD/L.GID/01A sketch of the frontispiece of "The Arminian Nunnery", showing a nun with rosary on the left and Little Gidding church on the right.200 x 125mm, ink and pencil on paper.
PALEY, F.A.No datePWD/FENST/02a-cThe east window of Fenstanton church: with elaborate Decorated tracery including circular element at the top.135 x 100mm, prints on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xiv)PWD/COVIN/01Tympanum at Covington church: round-topped panel with two animals facing each other.40 x 75mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xiii)PWD/CATWO/01A stone coffin lid: rectangular, decorated with an elaborate cross head on a plain shaft, with an enigmatic shape on the left side - like a pair of sheep shears with a keyhole in them..155 x 60mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1881PWD/BURY/01Bury church, seen in dark silhouette on the skyline, with clouds above and a large house to the right, a large tree in the left foreground and dimly seen cattle grazing in the centre.240 x 360mm, etching on paper. Damage in the left centre, apparently from glue having fallen on the print.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xiv)PWD/HOUGH/10A scene of prehistoric life: in a jungle background a crocodile-like creature grasps one of two ?beavers or ?platypuses in its jaws while a large-headed pterodactyl with a fur-covered body hovers above.280 x 190mm, watercolour on board.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xv)PWD/HOUGH/11A scene of prehistoric life: in a dark and bleak landscape a fur-clad hunter at the bottom right stalks a Mammoth; there are two ptarmigan in the left foreground and two reindeer in the left background.375 x 270mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xvi)PWD/HOUGH/12Charing Cross in the Ice Ages: a hunter, Mammoth, ptarmigan and reindeer, very similar to PWD/HOUGH/11 (WHYMPER, No date (xv)).280 x 180mm with arched top, watercolour over a photograph.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xvii)PWD/YAXLY/01The Norman Cross eagle monument: a stone column with inscription attached to the square base, surmounted by a bronze eagle, with wooden fence, bushes, grass and trees in the background.465 x 235mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
WILSON, M. ElizabethNo date (i)PWD/HEM.A/04The Black Bridge, Hemingford Abbots: a wooden bridge with supports below and rails above, foliage in the right foreground, in the background a punt being poled, cattle on the meadow and woods behind; a pencil frame drawn round with quick pencil sketches of two punts below it.305 x 410mm, watercolour on paper with some pencil drawing
WINTER, RobertNo date (i)PWD/HEM.G/04Hemingford Grey watermill, seen from the north-west: weatherboarded buildings with mansard roofs, the mill cottage behind with outbuildings in the background; the river, reeds and pollarded willows in the foreground; horse and carts beside the mill.380 x 550mm, watercolour on paper.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1818 (iv)PWD/S.NEO/24a-dCarved decoration in St Neots church: three rectangular panels showing men in medieval costume, the left one with a sword, the middle one with a lizard or dragon on his hat and the right one with an elaborate headdress and his hands raised.100 x 150mm, prints on paper.
[BEDE, Cuthbert]1852PWD/HOLME/02Holme Wood Park: a track winding through grass with trees on either side and across the background; a lady and gentleman on horseback are riding along the track towards the far trees; cattle are grazing on either side of them.260 x 370mm, watercolour with some graphite on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (iii)PWD/HOLME/01The Great Pike of Whittlesea Mere: side view of the fish, with a frame round it.330 x 250mm, lithograph on paper.
PELLEGRINI, C. ?1885 (contd.)PWD/HUNTN/06 (contd.)
GREGORY, Mrs Fanny Kirk1915PWD/S.NEO/13St Neots Market Square: looking towards the south-east corner of the square with the church tower behind; market stalls in the foreground, horses and carts on the far side of he street.300 x 540mm, watercolour with some graphite on paper.
MACBETH, Robert W., ARA1893PWD/FENS/02Weedburners in the Fens: women wearing cloth caps and carrying baskets burn weeds creating a dense pall of smoke, with river, reeds and willows to the right.375 x 845mm, print on paper
UNKNOWNNo date (xviii)PWD/HINCH/05The Kitchen Range of Hinchingbrooke House: showing the west front, with six half-timbered gables, also chimneys, latticed windows and doorways. There are trees in the background and a courtyard in front.130 x 190mm, print on paper
NEWMAN & CONo date (i)PWD/HINCH/04a-hThe north front of Hinchingbrooke House with castellated walls, elaborate chimneys and decorative stonework, bay windows and an arched doorway. In the foreground is a man on horse-back and two couples, dogs play on the left. The spire of Godmanchester church is visible in the left background.70 x 95mm prints on paper, vignettes. (a) is hand coloured.
NEALE, John Preston1822 (i)PWD/HINCH/01a-dThe east front of Hinchingbrooke House before 1830 (when the 1602 bay window, seen here to the right of the east front, was moved round to the south front); three ladies are on the path in front of the house.85 x 125mm, prints on paper.
HARDING, James Duffield1844PWD/HINCH/02a-dThe north front of Hinchingbrooke House, with bay windows and entrance porch, the spire of Godmancheser church in the background behind the left of the house. There is a lively group of figures in 17th-century costume in the foreground - apparently a visit by the king.200 x 260mm, prints on paper: a) has printed colours, b) is printed in buff and brown, c) is coloured but in different colours from a), d) is printed in black only.
[SHORT, Richard - after]c.1787PWD/HINCH/03The east front of Hinchingbrooke House with an unidentified coat of arms at bottom left.200 x 315mm, watercolour on paper, the house in grey wash, the coat of arms in colours with black ink.
UNKNOWNNo date (ii)PWD/S.IVE/018St Ives Grammar School (Manchester House): the 18th-century building on the corner of the Waits and Ramsey Road seen from the north, with wall and the churchyard in the right foreground; there is a small enclosed garden in front of the house (not there now) and a flagpole and a tree behind its left end; two men and a gas lamp on the street corner.170 x 260mm, watercolour on board, faded.
RICHARDSON, Frederic StuartNo date (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/015 (contd.)
BOLTON, Richard1992PWD/S.IVE/019A yard on the south side of the Broadway, St Ives, between No. 23 (the present-day British Legion Club) and No. 25 (present-day record shop), looking north across the street to No. 26-28 (Deer's newsagent and former café next door painted in its distinctive light blue); showing the new brickwork of the Legion building in the right foreground, old outhouses behind the shop on the left, and the back of the building over the archway on the Broadway frontage.340 x 230mm, watercolour.
LADDS, Sidney Inskip1911PWD/STIBB/01Stibbington church before the 1848-9 restoration: St John the Baptist's church, seen from the south-west before the major alterations (including the removal of the tower), showing the church with square tower, steep pitched roofs to nave and chancel (one dormer window in the nave roof) and south porch.140 x 245mm, print on paper from pen-and-ink drawing, mounted on board.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (viii)PWD/SWINS/01The Old Rectory, Swineshead: a house with two barge-boarded gables and a farmyard in the foreground, with cattle feeding, two farm workers, outhouses to right and left.130 x 200mm, ink drawing on paper.
ROWLEY, George DawsonNo date (iii)PWD/TOSEL/01Toseland church before the 1873 restoration: seen from the south-west, a simple rectangular building with hipped roof and a wooden bell turret on top, round-headed archway over the south door, latticed windows, buttresses; a tree in the left background.355 x 255mm, lithograph on paper.
COTES, F.1891PWD/HEM.G/09Portrait of Maria Gunning (1733-60, one of the "beautiful Miss Gunnings" born at Hemingford Grey) as Countess of Coventry: half-length full-face portrait in low-cut ribboned dress, in oval frame.225 x 140mm, print on paper.
READ, C.1891PWD/HEM.G/10Portrait of Elizabeth Gunning (1734-90, one of the "beautiful Miss Gunnings" born at Hemingford Grey) as Duchess of Argyll: head and shoulders full-face portrait, with her head tied up in a lace wrapper, in an oval frame.225 x 140mm, print on paper.
RICHARDSON, William1802PWD/HUNTN/23Portrait of Elizabeth Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon: head and shoulders portrait in Elizabethan costume, with cherubs holding a coronet above her head, in an elaborate oval frame with arms and crests round it; she is middle-aged with two warts near her mouth.195 x 140mm, print on paper.
MASQUERIER, I.J.1802PWD/S.IVE/035Portrait of Samuel Jackson Pratt (1749-1814): full-face head and shoulders portrait, the subject bald with long white hair at the sides of his head, wearing a high white neckcloth and double-breasted dark coat with high collar; in a printed frame, rather crudely shadowed to give a 3-D effect.370 x 265mm, lithograph on paper, rather dark and dirty.
WHYMPER, Charles?1887PWD/SKATE/09Two championship skating meetings in January 1887, with the amateur champion Mr Wallis: above, Cowbit Wash with long lines of people and two skaters just turning round the barrel on the left; to the right, Mr Wallis; below, Swavesey, also with lines of people and two skaters near the barrel, with a large tree in the right foreground and Swavesey parish church (not very accurate) in the background.250 x 250mm, ink on paper.
WHYMPER, Charles?1887 (contd.)PWD/SKATE/09 (contd.)
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (vi)PWD/SKATE/01The skating champion James Smart: shown rounding the barrel in a skating race, wearing a jersey with the initials J.S. on the chest, with stockings to his knees and laced ankle boots.300 x 220mm, watercolour on paper mounted on board.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (vii)PWD/SKATE/02A page of rough sketches of skaters, including Turkey Smart: two figures in profile, one from the back and three more full-face; then a detail of a Friesland skate and its fastenings, and four Bandy players below.210 x 165mm, pencil with patches of watercolour wash on paper.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (viii)PWD/SKATE/03Turkey Smart skating, seen from behind, based on a photograph: two versions of a crouched figure in white trousers rolled up to the knee, with grey stockings and sweater, one arm bent in and the other flung out horizontally. Below, a rough pencil sketch of a skater.200 x 130mm, pencil and watercolour on folded paper.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (viiii)PWD/SKATE/04A page of pencil sketches of skaters, including a detail of Joseph Donoghue's skates and Alexander von Panschin of Russia, sitting cross-legged wearing his winner's medals.210 x 165mm, pencil sketches on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (ii)PWD/DIDDN/02Piece of painted glass in Diddington church: showing the head of St James, wearing a hat with a shell on the front.163 x 155mm, ink with colour wash on paper.
CAMDEN SOCIETY1849PWD/DIDDN/03The Taylard brass, and various arms, from the 1613 Visitation: the two kneeling figures of the brass in the middle of the page, with arms of Cropley and Payne above them, and those of Taylard, Anstye, Streete, Chapell, Raynes and Escudemore below.190 x 90mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxiii)PWD/BLUNT/05Bluntisham Town Mill: a wooden post mill on a roundhouse.80 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxiv)PWD/EARTH/02Plan of the Bulwark at Earith: showing the banks and ditches, the site of some excavation trenches, and a few measurements.105 x 105mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1927 (i)PWD/EASTN/02Rood loft staircase in Easton church: an arched stone doorway with a narrow spiral staircase visible through it.190 x 105mm, pencil on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxv)PWD/ELLIN/08The north porch of Ellington church: with castellated pediment and carved stone figures.140 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxvii)PWD/ELLIN/10Carved wooden angel in the roof of Ellington church: holding a portable organ (the same figure as in PWD/ELLIN/03 but drawn much more crudely).90 x 50mm, ink on paper.
SMITH, Daisy1952?PWD/ELTON/05Farm buildings at Elton: a range of open-sided sheds with tiled roofs, in front of them straw-filled yards with cattle and a man filling a manger with hay; a cat walks on the roof, behind is a straw stack with a ladder against it and the top of three bare trees.285 x 390mm, watercolour and pencil on paper.
SMITH, Daisy1954 (i)PWD/ELTON/06The Crown Inn, Elton: an L-shaped, thatched building with a large tree in front of it, a sign hanging from a piece of wood fastened to the tree and the name also written over the inn door on the right-hand part of the building.265 x 365mm, watercolour and pencil on paper.
SMITH, Daisy1954 (ii)PWD/ELTON/07Water mill at Elton: a long, three-storeyed, brick-built building with a weatherboarded sack-hoist protruding from the roof and a single-storey extension with bay window on the left side; trees all round and three tunnels with water channels flowing from them below the mill.290 x 385mm, watercolour and pencil on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxvii)PWD/ELTON/15The arms of the Sapcote family from the 1613 Visitation: a shield showing three dovecotes, topped with a helm with mantling and a goat's head on top.55 x 40m, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xiv)PWD/ELTON/17Hallmarks from chalices at Elton and Alwalton: "O" and "M" respectively, in a gothic script inside a shield, dating to 1571 and 1569.Each 5 x 5mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lviiii)PWD/BUCKD/27The ceiling of the Great Dining Room at Buckden Palace: beams with carved bosses, the nearest one carved with the rebus (a "throssel") of Bishop Russell (1480-94).90 x 200mm, ink on paper.
RUDGE, Bradfordc.1839 (vi)PWD/BUCKD/22The inner gatehouse of Buckden Palace: an archway with tower above and buildings to either side, with man on horseback, woman and child all in 17th-century costume.205 x 265mm, lithograph on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxii)PWD/BUCKW/02Stone coffin lid from Buckworth: rectangular design with lettering round the outside and the outline of a figure with canopy and cross in the middle.140 x 60mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxviiii)PWD/BURY/15The west entrance of Bury church: a copy of J.A. POULTER, 1891 (PWD/BURY/08).105 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (l)PWD/BURY/16The font in Bury church: polygonal font on a round plinth with pews and the chancel screen in the background.15 x 75mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxviiii)PWD/ELTON/10Two 11th-century crosses in Elton churchyard: square-sectioned with round heads, carved with interlaced patterns.120 x 120mm, ink on paper.
LYDON, A.F.(?)1865PWD/ELTON/09The south front of Elton Hall: showing the chapel, with steps leading up to it, the gatehouse to the right and tower in the background with a flag flying from it; trees in front of the house on the left and lawns in the foreground.130 x 185mm, coloured print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xcxvi)PWD/EYNES/05Carved bench end in Eynesbury church: showing foliage and an animal with a ?nut in its mouth.50 x 35mm, ink on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxviii)PWD/NON-H/50"Beer Street": contented folk paint tavern signs, court, take their rest and drink ale - they include fishmongers and book sellers. A dignitary passes in the background carried in a sedan chair while workmen labour on the roof tops. Even the pawn broker receives a delivery of ale.355 x 250mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxviiii)PWD/NON-H/51"Gin Lane": a street scene of chaos. Ragged people plead with a stern pawnbroker, men fight dogs for their bones, a drunken woman allows a baby to plunge from her arms, men riot, a corpse is lowered into a coffin and a man hangs from a beam in an upper room.355 x 250mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, William1768 (ii)PWD/NON-H/22The Rake's Progress plate 2, "Attended by his Levee in London": the Rake in a grand house with various hangers-on.265 x 310mm, print on paper.
BUCK, Samuel and Nathaniel1730 (ii)PWD/HINCH/08a-cHinchingbrooke House from the north east: an elaborate building of several ranges with many bay windows; formal gardens within a wall, with a lodge on the right side; church towers in the left background, one of them labelled "St Neots". The perspective of the House is rather odd.145 x 350mm, prints on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xviiii)PWD/HINCH/09a-eHinchingbrooke House from the north east: an elaborate building of several ranges with bay windows, formal gardens and a surrounding wall with a lodge.75 x 140mm, prints on paper.
COUNTY GENTLEMAN1897PWD/HINCH/12The Eighth Earl of Sandwich: head and shoulders portrait in three-quarter profile facing left, wearing top hat, wing collar, waistcoat with watch chain and topcoat.285 x 185mm, lithograph on paper.
YOUNG, William1874 (ii)PWD/HOLME/03a-cArchitect's impression of Holmewood House: large house in a mock Elizabethan style, with trees round it, gardens and groups of people; small plans of the ground and first floor at top right.165 x 280mm, prints on paper.
DAY, F.1888 (contd.)PWD/S.NEO/14 (contd.)
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (vii)PWD/HUNTN/38The arms of Ferrar impaling Beverley: the Ferrar arms with three horseshoes on the left and the Beverley three lions' heads on the right.95 x 115mm, ink on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (viii)PWD/HUNTN/36The Ferrar coat of arms, with three horseshoes, impaling another set of arms (unidentified) which includes three cannon.110 x 90mm, ink & colour wash on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxiii)PWD/RAMSY/28Mock suns seen at Ramsey and Yaxley: shown rather crudely as a ring with mock suns on each side of the true sun in the centre.70 x 110mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxiv)PWD/RAMSY/29The ruins of Ramsey Abbey c. 1730: the gatehouse with other ruined walls as shown in the Buck engraving.70 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxv)PWD/S.IVE/082The former Spare Rib pub in Church Street, St Ives: on the right of the picture with its name on a hanging sign, the parish church and churchyard in the background.105 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxvi)PWD/S.IVE/084The Old Stone Hall, St Ives: a three-storeyed building with "'CHURCH TEMPERANCE CLUB" on a signboard over the ground-floor windows.155 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (liv)PWD/S.IVE/083Copy of an early print of the bridge and chapel: showing the chapel still with the wooden privy on its downstream side, boats and beds of rushes in the river in the foreground.60 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxviii)PWD/ELLIN/11Carved wooden angel in the roof of Ellington church: holding a harp (the same figure as in PWD/ELLIN/03 but drawn much more crudely).100 x 45mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, E.1815PWD/ORTON/01a-bA riverside scene: four cows standing in a shallow channel, with thatched cottages and trees behind them, three children standing and kneeling on the left.185 x 240mm, prints on paper, b) is hand-coloured.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (vi)PWD/ORTON/02Niche in Orton Longueville church: rough sketch of ogee-headed niche.110 x 90mm, pencil sketch on tracing paper.
WRYCROFT, David1933 (i)PWD/LT.PA/01Little Paxton parish church: the church on the right of the picture with a large house partly hidden in trees to the left; fences and a grass field in the foreground.215 x 245mm, watercolour on board.
WRYCROFT, David1933 (ii)PWD/LT.PA/02Part of the Little Paxton paper mills: a small, bow-windowed house overlooking the river, with one of the larger mill buildings behind it.175 x 200mm, watercolour on board.
HAWKINSNo date (i)PWD/RAMSY/07a-kThe ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, seen from the north-west with ruined walls to left and right and trees behind, with three figures in costume of about 1800 on the left.170 x 220mm, prints on paper, j) mounted on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxi)PWD/RAMSY/05a-dThe ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, seen from the north-west with ruined walls to left and right and trees behind.115 x 140mm, prints on paper, c) mounted on paper.
OXFORD MAGAZINE1769PWD/RAMSY/06a-cThe ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, seen from the north-west with ruined walls to left and right and trees behind.120 x 185mm, prints on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xx)PWD/RAMSY/03a-fThe ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, seen from the north-west with broken walling to left and right and trees behind.75 x 140mm, prints on paper, d) and e) mounted on paper.
RALPH, B.No date (i)PWD/RAMSY/04a-cThe ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, from the north-west, with ruined walls to left and right and trees behind.135 x 135mm, circular print on paper, c) mounted on paper
WAY, T.1848?PWD/S.IVE/020a-cThe west front of New Slepe Hall, showing the main entrance with porch, gardens and paths in front, trees to right and left and another house half hidden on the far left.225 x 370mm, lithograph on paper, rounded top corners.
GREEN, Lydia1848PWD/S.IVE/021The entrance hall of Old Slepe Hall: a large hall with fireplace on the left and staircase with iron banisters on the right; chairs and sideboard in the background, lady and gentleman in 17th-century costume at the foot of the stairs; tiled floor. On the back: pencil sketch of a bay window with awning above and lattice below.140 x 235mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card.
UNKNOWNNo date (xii)PWD/S.IVE/022St Ives bridge and chapel, seen from the downstream side and the south bank of the river; showing the chapel with its added storeys before the 1930 restoration, houses in Bridge Street behind.225 x 290mm, watercolour on paper.
BARRATT, C.R.B.c.1886PWD/S.IVE/023The Old Court House, St Ives (present-day 19 Crown Street): a three-storeyed building, jettied and with a bay window on the first floor on the left, "Church Temperance Club" written over the shuttered bay windows on the ground floor.145 x 95mm, print on card.
BOLTON, Richard1998PWD/S.IVE/024"Evening on the Ouse": St Ives bridge with the Dolphin and the Old Mill on the right, seen from upstream on Hemingford Meadow, with the trees of the Holt island on the left and reeds and rushes in the right foreground.465 x 655mm, watercolour.
BARRATT, C.R.B.c.1886 (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/023 (contd.)
HARRADEN, R.1802 (ii)PWD/S.IVE/027a-fRiver scene at St Ives: looking north to the town from Hemingford Meadow, with the parish church and Holt Island on the left, a shortened row of houses in the middle and the bridge and chapel on the right; boats on the river, men and felled trees on the near river bank and an angler to the right.150 x 200mm, prints on paper; a-b) hand coloured.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxii)PWD/S.IVE/029a-cSt Ives parish church from the north: showing the whole church with the churchyard wall across the front, houses to left and right of Church Street in the foreground, and groups of people standing in the street; the row of poplar trees beyond the church, all trees leafless in a winter scene. Mid-19th century to judge by the costume.140 x 210mm, prints on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xiii)PWD/S.NEO/12Houses at the east end of St Neots Market Place: a row of four or more gabled houses; there is an inn sign on the left, a clock on one of the gables and "W. Newman" written over the right-hand shop window.195 x 290mm, pencil drawing.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1818 (ii)PWD/S.NEO/22a-fCarved decoration in St Neots church: an angel under the Clock; two battlements on the tower with an angel on one and a lamb on the other; and an angel on the roof.100 x 150mm, prints on paper
LAMBORN, P.S.No date (i)PWD/S.NEO/18a-dThe west elevation of the tower and aisles of St Mary's church, St Neots.430 x 315mm, prints on paper.
LAMBORN, P.S.No date (ii)PWD/S.NEO/19a-bThe west elevation of the tower and aisles of St Mary's church, St Neots.405 x 310mm, prints on paper.
HARRADEN, R.1818 (ii)PWD/S.NEO/20a-cSt Neots parish church from the south: showing the whole building with churchyard in front and trees to left and right.100 x 150mm, prints on paper.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1818 (i)PWD/S.NEO/21a-hThe interior of St Neots parish church: looking west from the chancel with north and south chapel arches to left and right, north and south aisles, and the organ at the west end; pulpit to the right, a man woman and child in the foreground.150 x 100mm, prints on paper.
BUCKLER, E. H.No datePWD/S.NEO/29a-bThe interior of St Neots church, looking west from the chancel and showing the screened aisles, pulpit, font and west window and the decorated roof and beams; a man and woman in the left foreground.320 x 215mm (arched top), lithograph on paper.
UNKNOWN(1863)PWD/S.NEO/30The St Neots Corn Exchange: an elaborate building with ornate gables and a turret on a street corner site, with pedestrians, a horseman and a fruit seller on the street in front.170 x 250mm, print on paper, letterpress on the back (from a newspaper).
GORHAM, George Cornelius1818 (iii)PWD/S.NEO/23a-fCarved decoration in St Neots church: elaborate carving on a buttress and a fragment of the shrine of St Neot, with a shield and some lettering.100 x 150mm, prints on paper.
FAULKNER, C.W.No datePWD/CROMW/002Oliver Cromwell after Cooper: showing him down to the waist, bare-headed and in armour, with plain white collar, in oval frame.90 x 75mm, sepia print on postcard.
TOWNLEY, Charles1801PWD/CROMW/007a-bMedal of Oliver Cromwell: showing him in profile facing right, head-and-shoulders with armour and a cloak; a poor likeness making him look droopy and chinless.155 x 120mm, print on paper.
UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE1750PWD/CROMW/004Oliver Cromwell in profile, after Cooper: head-and-shoulders, wearing armour and a plain white collar, bare-headed and balding with a curl over his forehead, facing left in a roundel with items below it including a helmet, sword and headsman's axe.165 x 100mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxiv)PWD/CROMW/006Oliver Cromwell in profile: head-and-shoulders portrait facing left, bare-headed and in armour in an oval with a textured background: a crude version of the portrait used in UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE, 1750 (PWD/CROMW/04) and UNKNOWN, No date (xxiii) (PWD/CROMW/05).170 x 110mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxv)PWD/CROMW/008Oliver Cromwell with robes and sceptre: a crude head-and-shoulders, full-face portrait showing him bare-headed with an ermine-trimmed robe and holding a sceptre.60 x 50mm, print on paper (page from a book).
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (ii)PWD/ELLIN/05An embossed leather box from Ellington Church: the design on the top of the box, with "Jhesus Maria" surrounded by decoration, and a view of the whole box, with decorated sides and metal clasps.80 x 130mm & 75 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxiv)PWD/ELLIN/06Carved wooden head in the roof of Ellington church: a bearded and crowned head with protruding tongue.60 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxv)PWD/ELLIN/07Carved wooden boss in the roof of Ellington church: with carved decoration, at the intersection of the beams.50 x 50mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1929 (ii)PWD/ELLIN/03Two carved wooden angels from the roof of Ellington church: the left one holding a portable organ (a bit like pan pipes) and the right one a harp.210 x 60mm &.210 x 50mm, pencil on paper.
SMIRKE, R.1824PWD/CROMW/009a-bOliver Cromwell: symbolic portrait with a tiger. Oval portrait of Cromwell perched on a large stone inscribed "CROMWELL"; an open book with a face on it to the left and sprawling below a tiger with its paw on a sceptre; dark clouds and lightning in the background above rocks and trees.180 x 120mm, print on paper (page from a book).
RICHARDSON, William1801PWD/HUNTN/24a-bThomas Beard: standing in breeches, cloak and conical hat, holding a birch or similar, with two schoolboys behind him each wearing a gown and holding a book: a shelf of books above them with titles written across their edges, and a scroll coming from Beard's mouth reads "As in Praesenti".140 x 85mm, prints on paper.
COOP, Hubert1909PWD/HEM.G/08Hemingford Grey parish church: the tower seen from the north-west from the opposite bank of the Ouse, with the river in the foreground and meadow to the right, trees to right and left of the church and vague houses in the right background, stormy clouds above and an impression of strong winds throughout.340 x 470mm, watercolour with some pencil.
COOP, Hubertc.1910 (ii)PWD/S.IVE/033Tommy Doo's boathouse: the Old River in the foreground and the bridge and chapel (with pre-1930 extra storeys) in the background; between them, on the right, buildings and a gantry with two boats moored in front, each with a lugsail half-way up its mast; on the front boat is a man with a quant pole or similar, a high rudder and tiller beside him; more figures under the gantry on the right.340 x 505mm, watercolour.
COOP, Hubertc.1910 (ii) (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/033 (contd.)
UNKNOWNNo date (xxvi)PWD/CROMW/014John Thurlow, Secretary to Cromwell.: head-and-shoulders portrait, in a jacket with white collar in an oval frame; below is a small picture of two men sitting at a table, one with quill in hand; to the right is a pensive cherub and below a snake slinks through the eyes of a mask.175 x 100mm, print on paper mounted on card..
ZOUST, Gerhard1656PWD/CROMW/013Sir Thomas Fairfax: waist-length portrait, bareheaded and with long hair, wearing a jabot and elaborate costume, stanting in front of an archway holding a banner in his left hand.165 x 85mm, print on paper (page from a book).
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxii)PWD/NON-H/44Industry and Idleness plate 5, "The Idle 'Prentice turn'd away and sent to Sea": the idle apprentice in a rowing boat with three men, his chest and his weeping mother, being rowed out to ships in the background.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxiii)PWD/NON-H/45Industry and Idleness plate 6, "The Industrious 'Prentice out of his time": beggars and a band outside the master's house - the master giving food to a female beggar and the apprentice a coin to one of the band.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xviii)PWD/FENS/09The Finesone or Fynset between Crowland and Thorney: a six or eight-sided column of stone mounted on a plinth.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxi)PWD/FENS/14Flint arrowhead from Chatteris: barbed and tanged.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxii)PWD/FENS/15Flint arrow-head from Bourn Fen: barbed and tanged.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxiii)PWD/FENS/16Cross-section of a canoe found near Kings Lynn: longitudinal section with measurements.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xvii)PWD/FENS/08Greynes boundary stone at Newborough: a plain, square sectioned stone, slightly tapering.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xx)PWD/FENS/13Viking ship from Manea Fen: open boat with animal heads carved on the prow and sternpost, half submerged in reedy marsh.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (iii)PWD/FENS/12Eight-sailed wiindmill at Eye: a tall tower mill with fan-tail on the cap and eight sails (one hidden behind the tower); buildings behind, a field with cattle in front.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (ii)PWD/FENS/10The death of St Guthlac, from an illuminated manuscript: a roundel containing a picture of the saint lying on a bed with four people standing beside him, arches and part of a tree behind.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xiii)PWD/FENS/04Kenulph's Cross, between Crowland and Thorney: a pointed, square-sectioned obelisk with a carved shield near the base, two other shields shown to left and right.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
MOORE, G.1841PWD/HOLME/04Regatta on Whittlesea Mere: a wide expanse of water with reeds in the foreground and distant trees beyond, with many sailing boats; a few boats of other kinds, including a man and a boy fishing from a small boat in the right foreground.175 x 240mm, lithograph on paper, with window mount.
AUSTIN, John Sunman1852 (ii)PWD/HUNTN/26a-bAll Saints' Church and Market Hill, Huntingdon: looking across the market place from the south to the church in the background, with a house with inscription "…OINT STOCK BANK" on the left, the Grammar School and other buildings to the right (including a shop with "COONE" over the door); a gas lamp in the middle of the market place with various people walking and a carriage and pair (drawn too small for the perspective) on the right.240 x 380mm, lithograph on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (viii)PWD/KIMBN/12The Seventh Duke of Manchester: head-and-shoulders portrait of a man with fair hair and beard, wearing a high-buttoned jacket and a cravat.225 x 145mm, lithograph on paper.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xii)aPWD/SKATE/07aDutch skating scene: a Dutch woman with elaborate headdress, head-and-shoulders portrait, the headdress with elaborate curls at the corners.100 x 160mm, pencil on paper.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xii)bPWD/SKATE/07bDutch skating scenes: a Dutchman on an ice sledge ("Ijsleete"); a booth marked "De Bosks" and "Tabak"; a stork's nest; on the back, a vestigial sketch of skaters on a wide expanse of ice.165 x 100mm, pencil on paper. With perspex mount to show the back.
GRIMM, S.H.1790 (i)PWD/SAWTY/03St Andrew's Church, Sawtry: church in the left background, with short spire and dormer windows on the nave roof; road in the foreground, trees and a small building to the right.150 x 240mm, ink and wash on paper.
GRIMM, S.H.1790 (ii)PWD/ALC.W/05The Wheatsheaf Inn at Alconbury Hill.: a large, three storey building with chimneys, dormer windows, bay windows and central porch; with the inn sign free-standing on the right.145 x 235mm, ink and wash on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxviii)PWD/ALCON/10Wall monument to Robert Booth in Alconbury church: a carved coat of arms with crest above and motto below.35 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxviiii)PWD/ALCON/11Floor slab monument to John Howell in Alconbury church: a carved coat of arms with crest.45 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NEALE, John Preston1822 (iv)PWD/HINCH/14The north window at Hinchingbrooke House: castellated bay window on two floors with carved and decorated stonework; superimposed on the panes is "NEALEs VIEWS of SEATS Vol IV".160 x 125mm, print on paper.
[BLORE, Edward]1833PWD/HINCH/10The north front of Hinchingbrooke House: elevation, showing the bay windows and porch.160 x 240mm, ink and watercolour on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (i)PWD/BROUG/03Medallion of glass from Broughton church: a circle painted with the "IHS" monogram pierced with arrows and surmounted by a crown.180 x 170mm, watercolour and ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (i)PWD/BROUG/05Carved wooden angel from the roof of Broughton church: long, rectangular figure holding pan pipes.125 x 50mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (ii)PWD/BROUG/06Dated chimney stack of an old house in Broughton: four diagonally grouped chimneys with the head of the chimney breast below, with a pattern on it and the date "1642".155 x 150mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxviii)PWD/BRING/03Carved shield and date on barn at Church Farm, Brington: the shield with a geometric pattern on it and the date "1672" below.90 x 85mm, pencil on paper.
RALPH, B.No date (iii)PWD/BUCKD/17a-bBuckden Palace from the west: based on the variant version of the 1730 Buck engraving (see PWD/BUCKD/10).100 x 145mm, print on paper.
RUDGE, Bradfordc.1839 (iv)PWD/BUCKD/20Buckden Palace from the east: gardens and a pond in the foreground, and behind them (left to right) the steeple of the parish church, the Great Tower, and the gable ends of the Great Chamber and Chapel; people in 17th-century costume sit or stand in the grounds.205 x 260mm, lithograph on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxii)PWD/BUCKD/30Carved bench end in the chapel of Buckden Palace, with window behind.120 x 60mm, ink on paper.
RUDGE, BradfordNo date (iv)PWD/NON-H/16A plan of a house and grounds, location unknown: the roofs of the house and outbuildings are drawn as if seen from above and trees and other conventions are used to represent the kitchen garden, shrubbery, orchard etc.240 x 350mm, ink on paper with some pencil.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xv)PWD/RAMSY/10Coffin lid from Ramsey churchyard: straight-sided and slightly wider at the top with fairly simple cross on it.170 x 90mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xvi)PWD/RAMSY/11Coffin lid from Ramsey churchyard: straight-sided and wider at the top with an elaborate decorated cross, with scrolls at its centre.170 x 95mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xvii)PWD/RAMSY/12Coffin lid from Ramsey church: straight-sided and wider at the top with an elaborate cross with many lobes at the head and along the shaft.200 x 80mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xviii)PWD/RAMSY/13Coffin lid probably from Ramsey: straight-sided, wider at the top and with pointed head, elaborate margin and decoration on the cross itself, including head and foot and scrolls emerging from the centre.200 x 85mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xix)PWD/RAMSY/14Architectural details from Ramsey church: an archway, with a close-up view of one of the capitals.135 x 190mm, pencil on tracing paper.
HARDING, James Duffield1844 (contd.)PWD/HINCH/02a-d (contd.)
UNKNOWNNo date (309)PWD/CROMW/120a statue of Oliver Cromwell in civilian clothes, sword in right hand, wearing gloves and thigh length boots. there is a floppy hat by his left foot.190 x 105mm, print on card.
BASILE, J.No datePWD/CROMW/121Three views of Oliver Cromwell's watch: the front back and inside with case on each and numbered 8, 9 and 10 with a ring on top.60 x 115mm, print on paper mounted on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (311)PWD/CROMW/122A bust of Oliver Cromwell with white collar and wearing a cloak.120 x 75mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (312)PWD/CROMW/123Two images each showing two sides of two coins: a shilling and a sixpence. Both are engraved with the words 'THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND' (on front and on the back 1649 XII GOD WITH VS. The sixpence has the roman numeral VI below 1649.60 x 90mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (313)PWD/CROMW/124A front and rear view of Oliver Cromwell's gloves with fringed cuffs.95 x 75mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxviii)PWD/HUNTN/76Cowper's Spring at Huntingdon: spring with flowing water, stone walls round it, house in the background with two figures approaching carrying pails.90 x 130mm, ink on paper.
WHITEHEAD, TomNo datePWD/HUNTS/07"On the Ouse, Hunts": the river bank with trees and bushes in the foreground, behind it two punts are moored with a woman in a long dress and wide hat holding a punt pole; there seems to be a church in the background.85 x 120mm, etching on paper.
WHITEHEAD, TomNo date (contd.)PWD/HUNTS/07 (contd.)
STEVENS, H. Beresford1929 (i)PWD/BROUG/04Gateway of an old house at Broughton: two gateposts of squared stone with curved stone steps leading up to them.220 x 160mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (ii)PWD/BRING/01Tower light in Brington church: narrow slit with trefoiled top.80 x 90mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (i)PWD/BRING/02Wooden memorial in Brington churchyard: two vertical posts with tops carved to ogee or onion shape, with a crossbar between them, spikes sticking up out of the crossbar.175 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxi)PWD/BUCKD/29Ceiling beams in the Lion Hotel, Buckden, with carved boss in one corner.60 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxi)PWD/BUCKD/31Carved corbel head from the south porch of Buckden church, in the shape of a grinning head.40 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxiii)PWD/BUCKD/32Ceiling boss from south porch of Buckden church: carved with a figure of the Virgin Mary with rays round her.100 x 65mm, ink on paper.
METCALFNo datePWD/BUCKD/18Buckden Palace from the west: closely copied from B. Ralph's print (PWD/BUCKD/17).100 x 145mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lv)PWD/BURY/21Bury church from the west: a copy of J.A. POULTER 1889 (ii) (PWD/BURY/09).105 x 85mm, ink on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1891 (ii)PWD/BURY/08The west entrance of Bury church: shown during alterations, looking into the church from outside the west wall of the tower, through the pointed-topped arch in the outside wall (partly demolished, with stones lying in the foreground) to the Norman arch beyond and through into the nave.255 x 185mm, etching on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1889 (iii)PWD/BURY/13Bury church from the north-west: a distant view with houses and trees clustered round the church; in the foreground are two people, one sitting and one standing, with grazing sheep.145 x 200mm, etching on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xcxiii)PWD/ELTON/16A kneeling knight in a tabard, from a brass or glass in Elton church: from the 1613 Visitation.45 x 40 mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxviiii)PWD/DENTN/01Denton church from the north-east: showing the chancel, nave, north porch and a corner of the tower, with churchyard in the foreground and village houses behind.175 x 250mm, pencil on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxi)PWD/DIDDN/06The Font in Diddington church: octagonal basin partly hidden behind pews and with pillar to the right.90 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxx)PWD/DIDDN/05A coat of arms from Diddington church: shield with the arms of Taylard impaling Forster, with the arms of Forster on their own below.25 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxviiii)PWD/DIDDN/04The Taylard Brass and some coats of arms, from the 1613 Visitation: the two kneeling figures of the brass, with below them six shields with the arms of Taylard, Anstye, Streete, Chapell, Raynes and Escudemore.110 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxxii)PWD/DIDDN/07The spandrels of the west doorway in Diddington church: carved with ornamental initials "IB".40 x 130mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1924 (iii)PWD/CATWO/04The arrangement of the parts of the cope orphreys used in the Catworth embroidery: a pope under a canopy, with shields above and below.260 x 80mm, ink on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxviii)PWD/CHEST/02Stamp from the tenor bell at Chesterton: showing an animal face with large ears and whiskers.50 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxviiii)PWD/COLNE/01The former parish church at Colne: seen from the south-east, with fence in front.30 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxiii)PWD/CONIN/16Effigy in Conington church, of man in chain mail and friar's cowl: full-face view from the front (or above).115 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxi)PWD/CONIN/17Effigy in Conington church, of man in chain mail and friar's cowl: full-face view from the front (or above).55 x 20mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxii)PWD/CONIN/18Matrix of a brass in Conington church: slab with outlines of two kneeling figures under canopies with central crucifixion.75 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xi)PWD/CONIN/19Arms of the Cotton family from the 1613 Visitation: shield with rampant lion in the left half and various quarterings in the right one.50 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xii)PWD/CONIN/20The Queen of Scots chair in Conington church.110 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxiii)PWD/CONIN/21The font in Conington church: elevation and plan of half the octagonal font, with interlaced arcading.115 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxiv)PWD/CONIN/22Painted glass from Conington church: an eight-pointed star with various colours and designs.95 x 95mm, ink and crayon on paper.
UNKNOWN1820 (i)PWD/BUCKD/19Buckden Palace from the east: showing the parish church steeple on the left, then the Great Tower with the inner gatehouse behind it in the right background, and the gable ends of the Great Chamber and Chapel (demolished in 1871). Tree with man sitting under it in the right foreground.100 x 165mm, print on paper.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)iPWD/SKATE/06iDutch skating scene: three skaters skating with a pole; on the back, a pencil drawing of skating races.100 x 165mm, watercolour on paper. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06e, with perspex mount so that the back can be seen.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)jPWD/SKATE/06jDutch skating scene: the island of Marken with houses, some on stilts, with frozen water and boats round them and Dutch people wearing clogs in the foreground.90 x 160mm, watercolour on paper, mounted on board. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06g & h.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxviiii)PWD/HUNTN/67The Boer War Memorial in Huntingdon: with cupola above, railings left and right and All Saints' Church behind.115 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxx)PWD/HUNTN/69Doorway in St Mary's church, Huntingdon: the south doorway of the chancel with decorated moulding above.65 x 70mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (liii)PWD/HUNTN/68Part of the door of Cowper's House, Huntingdon: the fanlight and top left corner of door with cornice and moulding.105 x 100mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1926 (i)PWD/ELLIN/02The Old Mermaid Inn, Ellington: a two storey building with steep-pitched roofs and tall chimneys, sign "The Old Mermaid" hung from a bracket on the left-hand gable, trees behind to the left and a hedge in front to the right.195 x 250mm, ink on paper mounted on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxv)PWD/OHRST/01The Abbot's Chair: the chair-shaped stone, actually a medieval cross base turned on its side, known as the Abbot's Chair or Hurstingstone.200 x 125mm, pencil on thin paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xiv)PWD/FENS/05Shields on Kenulph's Cross: three shields showing various symbols, see Herbert E. NORRIS, 1922 (xiii) (PWD/FENS/04).200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xv)PWD/FENS/06Kenulph's Stone, between Crowland and Peakirk: a square stone half-buried in the ground with a smaller inscribed stone on top of it.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xvi)PWD/FENS/07The Folwardstaking boundary stone near Newborough: an eight-sided stone with chamfers at the corners.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xviiii)PWD/FENS/11Fen Demons in St Guthlac's Cell, from an illuminated manuscript: parts of five demons with animal heads and wings.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xii)PWD/FENS/03St Guthlac's Cross, Crowland: an upright stone, broken off at the top, with Latin inscription.200 x 130mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxxvii)PWD/BRAMP/08Brampton Park soon after its construction in 1823: an elaborate castellated building with trees shrubs and grass in the foreground.45 x 60mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxiii)PWD/BRAMP/15The ruins of Brampton Park after the fire of 1907: a ruined façade with the windows and roofs missing, a fireman in the left foreground.100 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxvii)PWD/BRAMP/19Pepys House, Brampton: the front of the house, with trees to left and right and lawn in front.55 x 85mm, ink on paper.
RUDGE, BradfordNo date (i)PWD/RAMSY/09The 15th-century lectern in Ramsey church: a detailed drawing of the lectern and its carved base, with a book resting on it, and the pews around it sketched in; to the right are details of the carving of the lectern top and the top of the base, and of the book.250 x 250mm, pencil on paper.
RUDGE, BradfordNo date (ii)PWD/NON-H/11A man and a woman riding a donkey, with a basket slung behind: they seem to wear peasant costume of some part of the continent rather than England, the man in a smock frock with short trousers and wide cap, the woman (less distinct) in a large bonnet; the donkey covered with drapery towards its hindquarters.65 x 70mm, pencil sketch on much larger sheet of paper.
RUDGE, BradfordNo date (iii)PWD/NON-H/15St Martin's church, Stamford: from the south-west, with tower, south aisle and south porch (but no chancel visible), Perpendicular tracery in the windows and elaborate carving at the top of the tower; on a sloping street with a house to the right and an inn to the left; people in the street in mid-19th century costume.300 x 360mm, lithograph on paper.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)dPWD/SKATE/06dDutch skating scene: a horse-drawn sledge taking a family to church.95 x 160mm, watercolour on paper. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06c.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)ePWD/SKATE/06eDutch skating scene: the skating race course at Rotterdam; on the back, pencil sketches of sailing on skates.100 x 165mm, watercolour on paper. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06i, with perspex mount so that the back can be seen.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)fPWD/SKATE/06fDutch skating scene: a well-dressed lady skating with hat, shawl and stick.165 x 110mm, watercolour on paper, with ink. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06a & b.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)gPWD/SKATE/06gDutch skating scene: the skating race course at Amsterdam, a race course on the ice with flags, crowds of people and a house to the left; added in pencil is a circle marked "moon", a seagull and a head-and-shoulders portrait of a fur-hatted man at top right; on the back, quick sketches of skaters.100 x 180mm, watercolour on paper. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06h & j.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)hPWD/SKATE/06hDutch skating scene: a frozen area of water with skaters, windmills on the horizon.100 x 160mm, watercolour on paper. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06g & j.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xlv)PWD/GODMC/29An initial "T" in Fox's "Godmanchester", made up from carvings in the church.40 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxvi)PWD/GODMC/31Seal of the Godmanchester Borough arms: oval, with fleur-de-lys in the middle and Latin inscription round it.50 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xlvi)PWD/GODMC/30An initial "I" in Fox's "Godmanchester", made up from carvings in the church.45 x 40 mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxvii)PWD/GODMC/32Initial letter "H" from a Godmanchester charter.45 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxvii)PWD/GODMC/33Carved poppyhead bench end in Godmanchester church: showing the head and shoulders of a Green Man.45 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxviii)PWD/GODMC/35Old poor box from Godmanchester church: of wood, cylindrical, with metal bands round it, a small opening in the top and a chain attached to the side.90 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxviii)PWD/GODMC/34Two sculptured stones from Godmanchester: each carved on three sides with figures and inscriptions.75 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxi)PWD/S.IVE/077The wrought iron sign bracket of the Oliver Cromwell pub at St Ives: with a detail of one part of the design.80 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxii)PWD/S.IVE/078The inn sign of the Nelson's Head at St Ives: showing the nameboard, written not pictorial, with its wrought iron bracket.45 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxviiii)PWD/S.IVE/110The doorway to Old Slepe Hall re-erected at Bluntisham rectory: a glazed door with pillars on either side and carved decoration above.40 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxl)PWD/S.IVE/111The Priory house, St Ives: from the north, showing the house and its front porch with trees and shrubbery.65 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxli)PWD/S.IVE/112Sketch map of old wall in Station Road, St Ives: showing Station Road and other streets and buildings, with a length of wall beside Station Road marked "old Priory wall".195 x 70mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclii)PWD/S.IVE/113Simplified cross-section of the Priory Barn, St Ives, showing the structure of the roof and walls.50 x 25mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxvi)PWD/S.IVE/069St Ives Market Hill from the east: with wooden sheep pens prominent in the foreground (and a drain, shown with curious emphasis), the Free Church and other buildings on either side.150 x 170mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1923 (iii)PWD/S.IVE/065Part of the Market Hill, St Ives: a range of buildings on the south side of the street, looking west as far as the Town Hall (the last building in the row and shown only in outline), with wooden sheep pens and a wall in the foreground.180 x 150mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxvii)PWD/S.IVE/070Section of the Old Court Hall, St Ives: showng the timbers of the structure and a cross-section of the chamfered posts.200 x 125mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxxii)PWD/S.IVE/066St Ives parish church and the river in the 18th century: the church seen from the south-east with Holt Island and the river in front of it and riverside buildings to the right; behind is the gazebo at Barnes House and a distant view of Houghton Hill.25 x 95mm (oval), grey wash on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxxiii)PWD/S.IVE/067The river at St Ives: looking north to the town from Hemingford Meadow, with the parish church on the left and the bridge and chapel on the right.45 x 75mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxiv)PWD/L.GID/05The brass font in Little Gidding church.25 x 75mm, ink on paper with coloured crayon.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxx)PWD/L.GID/07The arms and inscription on the brass of John Ferrar in Little Gidding church.35 x 30mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxiii)PWD/L.GID/02A print based on the Arminian Nunnery frontispiece: a nun holding a book and rosary with a church with round tower on the right.75 x 105mm print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxviii)PWD/L.GID/03Little Gidding church from the west, with trees behind and lattice fence in front.135 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxii)PWD/GLATT/10Grotesque carved bracket in Glatton church: showing the face of a man with one hand to his eye and the other to his mouth.50 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxi)PWD/GLATT/09Poppyhead bench end in Glatton church.175 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (312)PWD/UPTON/03A sketch of the font in Upton Church with a plan of half the pillared base.125 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (313)PWD/UPTON/04Doorway in Upton Church beneath a trefoil archway with details of moulding.70 x 45mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1926 (v)PWD/UPTON/05A medallion of painted glass showing letters in the centre and decorative circles around the edge.150 x 135mm, pen and ink sketch with colour.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1923 (v)PWD/UPWOD/01An old chimneypiece supported on either side by two stone statues with a shield above the centre. divided in two with spears and flowers to the right, animals and chevrons to the left.180 x 165mm, ink on paper mounted on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cvi)PWD/HOLME/11Skaters and sledge on Whittlesea Mere in 1835-36, with a line of pumping mills in the background.110 x 155mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cvii)PWD/HOLME/12Dug-out canoe and "spread" used in the Fens: landscape of the drained Whittlesea Mere with the boat half-buried in the foreground and the spread (small-bladed oar or paddle) on the right.55 x 145mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xviiii)PWD/HOLME/13Map of Whittlesea Mere showing some nearby landmarks.60 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxviii)PWD/HOLME/14The Holme Post in 1911: the top of the post with a gate and trees behind.80 x 110mm, ink on paper.
BARWICK1842PWD/HOLME/15Regatta on Whittlesea Mere: a wide expanse of water crowded with boats of many kinds being sailed, poled or paddled and with many passengers; mills and a church steeple on the distant far bank.150 x 250mm, lithograph on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (258)PWD/CROMW/066Oliver Cromwell in an oval medallion with inscription 'THE LORD OF HOSTS SEPTEM.Y.3.1650 WORD AT DUNBAR' above a second medallion of a crowded House of Commons.120 x 70mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (259)PWD/CROMW/067Two roundels: one containing a heraldic symbol of Neptune and tridents with the words'AMANTIUM IRA AMICITAE REDINTE GRATIO EST Amsterdam' in a border around the edge and the other, below, containing a full description dated 1654.120 x 70mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (260)PWD/CROMW/068Profile of Oliver Cromwell in armour with large collar.100 x 75mm, print on paper.
COOPER, SamuelNo date (iii)PWD/CROMW/069Head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell facing slightly to the left. He wears armour and a white collar.80 x 65mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (261)PWD/CROMW/070Profile of Oliver Cromwell in armour.50 x 40mm, print on paper.
PETTITOTNo datePWD/CROMW/071A suspended miniature of Oliver Cromwell with a rope twist surround.60 x 35mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (262)PWD/CROMW/072Head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell. He wears armour and a white collar.65 x 55mm, print on paper.
VIRTUE, James S.1803PWD/CROMW/073Full face of Oliver Cromwell unframed against a white ground.100 x 80mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (264)PWD/CROMW/074Two roundels, one containing Oliver Cromwell in profile looking left wearing a wreath and armour with the words 'OLIVAR DG RP ANG SCO HIBERNIAE PROTECTOR' in border around and the second, below, an olive tree set against sky with low horizon and landscape and the words NON DEFICIENT OLIVA SEP.3.1658' in border around.120 x 70mm, print on paper. Each roundel 50mm x 50mm.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxv)PWD/CONIN/23Painted glass from Conington church: four-lobed shape with design of foliage.50 x 55mm, ink and crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxvi)PWD/CONIN/25The Crown and Woolpack Inn at Conington: a small vignette of the front of the building with its two gabled wings, seen from the north-west.60 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xiii)PWD/CONIN/24Conington Castle in 1800: the west front of the south wing, with the church in the left background.100 x 150mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxx)PWD/CONIN/15Arms of the Cotton family from the 1613 Visitation: shield with complicated quarterings etc.50 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxvii)PWD/COPPN/01The King Charles cottage at Coppingford: the back of the house, with fences and hedges.55 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxxviii)PWD/COVIN/02Tympanum at Covington church: identical to PWD/COVIN/01.75 x 35mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (iii)PWD/COVIN/03A piece of painted glass in Covington church: a shield, with heraldic devices painted in red, yellow and white.175 x 160mm, watercolour on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (vii)PWD/BUCKD/26Part of the interior of the Great Tower at Buckden Palace: arches and windows with ivy.85 x 115mm, ink with coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (viii)PWD/BUCKD/35The outer gate of Buckden Palace: a copy of Bradford Rudge's lithograph of c. 1839, PWD/BUCKD/06.120 x 190mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (x)PWD/BUCKD/37Buckden Palace from the east in 1799: showing the spire of the parish church, the Great Tower, and the gable ends of the Great Chamber and the Chapel, with trees and lawns in the foreground.70 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (viiii)PWD/BUCKD/36The gatehouse of Buckden Palace: from the south-west, showing the outer face of the gatehouse and its south gable end, the bridge over the moat and a curtain wall to the right.65 x 75mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxv)PWD/BUCKD/34Buckden Palace from the west: showing the outer wall of the gatehouse, the turrets of the Great Tower just appearing behind it, and the parish church in the background; lady with parasol in the garden in the foreground.100 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxiv)PWD/BUCKD/33The gatehouse of Buckden Palace: from the south-west, showing the outer façade of the gatehouse and the south gable end.105 x 130mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (iii)PWD/BUCKD/25Carved oak boss from the Lion Hotel, Buckden: a circular ceiling boss with the Lamb of God in the centre and "Ecce Agnus Dei" carved round it.255 x 200, ink on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (l)PWD/HOUGH/26The George and Dragon at Houghton, with pub sign and two people in front.85 x 150mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clviii)PWD/HOUGH/27The shelter on the Green at Houghton.135 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clviiii)PWD/HOUGH/28Corbels in the chancel of Houghton church: with carved serpents at the bottom.55 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lii)PWD/HOUGH/30Glazier's initials in window at Houghton church: "I L".10 x 25mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (li)PWD/HOUGH/29Pieces of painted glass in Houghton church, with leaf design.65 x 110mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clx)PWD/HOUGH/31Two views of a brass tobacco stopper from Houghton: front and back view, with the figure of a man cast on the top of the stopper.50 x 20mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxii)PWD/HUNTN/71Plan of the earthworks of Huntingdon Castle: showing the Ouse, Alconbury Brook, Ermine Street and railway.70 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxiii)PWD/HUNTN/74The Huntingdon arms as shown in Speed's map: hunter and dog in a roundel.35 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxvii)PWD/HUNTN/73Plan of Huntingdon in 1905: street plan with the Ouse, railways, principal buildings and main features.140 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxiv)PWD/HUNTN/75The Huntingdon town seal in 1613: hunter, stag, dog and tree in roundel with Latin text round it.55 x 55mm, ink on paper.
D., C.No datePWD/HUNTN/34All Saints' Church, Huntingdon: from the market place with tree in front, buildings to left and right, man on horseback and woman with basket on her head in the foreground.45 x 90mm, print on paper.
COOKE, E.W.1849PWD/FENS/26Dantry drainage mill: wind pump with boat-shaped cap and waterwheel housing, beside a reed-fringed waterway with small lugsailed boat; in the background are willows, houses, other mills and a harvest field with stooks of corn.155 x 230mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (vii)PWD/HUNTN/62Old house in Raitt's Passage, Huntingdon: half-timbered jettied house with water butt to the left.100 x 75mm, ink on paper.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1818 (v)PWD/S.NEO/40a-eSculptures on the tower of St Neots church: two panels with castellated tops, carved with an angel with a book on the left panel and a bird (eagle?) on the right one.100 x 150mm, prints on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxvi)PWD/HUNTN/58Doorway in St Mary's Church, Huntingdon: the south doorway of the chancel, with decorated capitals and moulding.95 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxvi)PWD/KIMBN/19The badge of Kimbolton Grammar School: foliage and scrolls with names, date and monograms.30 x 45mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxvii)PWD/KIMBN/20The badge of Kimbolton Grammar School: shield with cross and anchor and Latin motto.40 x 45mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xi)PWD/YAXLY/08French officer's spur from Norman Cross: rowel spur with decorated bow and buckles.110 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxviiii)PWD/YAXLY/09Two pistols from the Norman Cross prison camp: flintlocks, with rounded butts.95 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxii)PWD/YAXLY/10Model ship from Norman Cross: fully rigged model with British ensign on a stand.65 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxiii)PWD/YAXLY/11Plan of the Norman Cross prison camp: with nearby buildings and grounds and the roads to west and south of the camp.180 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lvii)PWD/OFF.C/03The head of a piscina in Offord Cluny Church: with trefoil top.25 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxvi)PWD/ELTON/14A piece of carved moulding from Elton church: curved and fluted, showing the cross-section.30 x 30mm, pencil on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xcxviiii)PWD/EYNES/08Carved bench end in Eynesbury church: showing two bearded heads and one woman's head.60 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xci)PWD/ELTON/12A carved stone coffin lid: with elaborate cross down the middle of it.105 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xvi)PWD/EYNES/11Outline of an inscription in cast brass letters in Eynesbury church: "RichARD de . . . gist : ici . . . DE : SA : ALME . . . V.RA . . . mer CI +"100 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (c)PWD/EYNES/09Carved bench end in Eynesbury church: showing foliage and a goat.100 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xvii)PWD/EYNES/12Some letters in stained glass in Eynesbury church: probably "I. n. elle".115 x 115mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ci)PWD/EYNES/10The ends of two oak pews in Eynesbury church: elevation and section, showing the position of the carved bench ends.50 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xcxiv)PWD/EYNES/02Oak pews in Eynesbury church: front and back elevation of a typical bench, with scale in feet and inches. 110 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xv)PWD/EYNES/03Part of the north arcade in Eynesbury church: elevation of an arch, with the plan of a column.100 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xcxv)PWD/EYNES/04Plan of Eynesbury church.: showing the dates of construction of different parts of the building and position of some fittings, with scale of feet.120 x 175mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxxviiii)PWD/FARCT/03A 15th-century paten: showing the decoration with IHS monogram in the centre.90 x 95mm, ink on paper with crayon.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xliii)PWD/GODMC/21The Ship public house at Godmanchester: a single-storey building with thatched roof and dormer windows, pub sign to the right and washing on a line to the left.90 x 125mm, ink on paper.
N., H.1875PWD/HOLME/08A ship and drainage mill: the ship with two square-rigged masts moored beside a rickety jetty and tall drainage mill, with two small boats full of people.175 x 250mm, coloured lithograph on paper with added pencil.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (civ)PWD/HOLME/09Crest from a window of Holme church, from the 1613 visitation: a mythical animal holding a shield.50 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cv)PWD/HOLME/10Holme church and churchyard, from the west, copied from a drawing by Beresford Stevens.80 x 120mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xlviiii)PWD/HOLYW/12The well at Holywell: with brick arch over the top and a standing girl and kneeling boy in front of it, fence and trees behind.95 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clv)PWD/HOLYW/14A piscina in Holywell church: with three-lobed arch above.65 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cliv)PWD/HOLYW/13Window in the chancel of Holywell church: two lancet windows separated by a column.140 x 100mm, ink on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1901PWD/HOUGH/13Houghton Mill from the east: the right-hand (northern) half of the building, with sack hoist housing protruding from the roof, buttresses rising from the water on the right side, and the mill wheel housing on the right shown (accurately?) as vertical-sided with a pitched roof, more like a shed than a wheel housing; horse and cart and three men, one of them with a flour sack, on the right.205 x 130mm, etching on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clvi)PWD/HOUGH/24The Black Eagle windmill at Houghton: a wooden post mill on top of a roundhouse, with steps leading up to the door and a hedge in front of it, the sails broken to different lengths.120 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clvii)PWD/HOUGH/25Sedilia in Houghton church.80 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclxvii)PWD/SOMER/11Piscina & sedilia in Somersham church: double piscina with triple sedilia to the right.90 x 110, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclxvi)PWD/SOMER/10Arms on the monument to Anthony Hammond in Somersham church.45 x 90mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (iv)PWD/SOMER/05Niche and carved slab over the north door of Somersham church.260 x 170mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (iii)PWD/SOMER/04Matrix of a brass in Somersham church: slab broken in two parts with the matrices of a central figure and five shields.250 x 130mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (v)PWD/HUNTN/29Old house in Raitt's Passage, Huntingdon: part of a half-timbered, jettied building with water butt to the left, beside a paved passage.265 x 170mm, ink on card.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxviiii)PWD/KIMBN/15The east front of Kimbolton Castle: showing the portico with steps, large trees on either side and people strolling in the grounds.110 x 150mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxviii)PWD/HUNTN/50Huntingdon Prison: a vaulted cellar with a barred window.80 x 100mm, ink on paper.
GOGGS, W.No datePWD/HUNTN/30All Saints' church, Huntingdon: from the market place with trees to left and right, railings in front.45 x 75mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxvi)PWD/LEIGH/06Piscina in Leighton Bromswold Church: elevation and plan, with two interlaced arches.110 x 85, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxx)PWD/LEIGH/05Leighton Bromswold Church: from the south-east, showing the whole building on top of a grassy knoll.45 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxi)PWD/LEIGH/08The interior of Leighton Bromswold Church: looking east into the chancel with the pulpit and reading desk on either side of the chancel arch.135 x 100mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lvi)PWD/LEIGH/07Bell inscription at Leighton Bromswold Church: in Lombardic script, ESME CATHERINA (twice).30 x 95mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (vi)PWD/LEIGH/04Fireplace in Leighton Bromswold gatehouse: of plain stonework with arch and hearth.210 x 210mm, pencil & brown wash on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1924 (iv)PWD/MOLES/02Wall painting of St Christopher in Molesworth Church: the saint carrying the Christ child and holding a staff, standing in water among fishes; another man and a half-timbered building to the left, coats of arms at the top left and right corners.105 x 105mm, pencil on paper
STEVENS, H. Beresford1927 (iii)PWD/MOLES/03Part of a wall painting of St Anthony in Molesworth Church: a hand holding a bell with part of the saint's sleeve and habit.170 x 110mm, pencil and red crayon on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1927 (iv)PWD/MORBO/01Carved stone panel from Manor Farm, Morborne: with coat of arms and initials PF above, "1692" carved on the wall below.180 x 220mm, ink & brown wash on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (viii)PWD/KIMBN/26Decorated lead rainwater pipe in the courtyard of Kimbolton Castle.115 x 65mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (viiii)PWD/KIMBN/27Decorated lead rainwater pipe in the courtyard of Kimbolton Castle.115 x 65mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxviii)PWD/KIMBN/22Bone teetotum from Kimbolton: with turned bone spindle above and below the four-sided body; the two sides visible in the drawing are marked "P" and "H".50 x 35mm, ink and coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxviiii)PWD/KIMBN/23Bone teetotum from Kimbolton: with turned bone spindle above and below the four-sided body, the side visible in the drawing is marked "H".55 x 30mm, ink and coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxx)PWD/KIMBN/24Bone teetotum from Kimbolton: with turned bone spindle above and below the four-sided body, the side visible in the drawing is marked "T".50 x 25mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxx)PWD/HUNTN/52Capital of pillar in Huntingdon Grammar School: a plain, rounded moulding on top of a plain, round pillar.105 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lviiii)PWD/OFF.C/05The rood loft doorway in Offord Cluny Church.60 x 25mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lviii)PWD/OFF.C/04Carved wooden figure from the roof of Offord Cluny Church: wearing a diadem with a cross, armour on the legs and holding a staff.100 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lx)PWD/OFF.C/06Piscina in Offord Cluny Church.45 x 20mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cc)PWD/OFF.C/02Manor Farm, Offord Cluny: half-timbered, multi-gabled house.95 x 130mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1924 (v)PWD/OFF.C/01Piscina in Offord Cluny Church: with trefoiled arch and drain.155 x 85mm, ink on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1924 (vi)PWD/OFF.D/05Gable cross on the porch of Offord Darcy Church.200 x 135mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1924 (vii)PWD/OFF.D/03Painted shield from the Nailour monument in Offord Darcy Church: two rampant lions on a yellow background.210 x 150mm, ink & wash on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1924 (viii)PWD/OFF.D/04Painted shield from the Nailour monument in Offord Darcy Church: three blue cranes (or herons?) and a blue chevron on a red background.180 x 135mm, ink & wash on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (v)PWD/OFF.D/02The brass of William Taylard showing the matrix with the missing parts: the kneeling figure in black, with outlines of a shield, saint or similar, prayer scroll and base inscription.155 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxiv)PWD/K.RIP/02The porch of Kings Ripton Church: with windows on either side and a few gravestones to the right.150 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxv)PWD/K.RIP/03The chancel door at Kings Ripton Church: door with two handles and a strap hinge in archway with carved decoration above.120 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (liv)PWD/K.RIP/04Part of the font of Kings Ripton Church: a panel with carved decoration.25 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lv)PWD/K.RIP/05Piscina in Kings Ripton Church: with two drains, three-lobed head and carved decoration above.60 x 45mm, ink on paper.
BUCKNER, Richard1854PWD/BRAMP/07Lady Olivia Bernard Sparrow: full-length seated portrait, wearing a long gown with cape and a lace-edged hood over her head, her right hand resting on a book and her feet on a cushion.550 x 375mm, print on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1889 (i)PWD/BURY/07The Norman doorway in Bury church: looking eastwards, through the doorway into the nave, with pulpit and lectern on the left, lady in floor-length dress standing at the chancel screen.300 x 240mm, etching on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (li)PWD/BURY/17Lowside window in Bury church: a window with pointed-topped arch and a square recess below it.105 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NEALE, John Preston1813PWD/HUNTN/07a-iAll Saints' Church, Huntingdon: seen from the south with the market place in the foreground and a house behind it to the left. There is a tree in front of the church and a wall round the churchyard, with various figures in front of it, including a man driving a covered cart and a woman selling things from a basket and a barrow.105 x 155mm, prints on paper. g) is hand coloured.
ROCK and Co.1860 (i)PWD/HUNTN/08a-eSt Mary's church, Huntingdon: from the south-west, with churchyard wall in front and passers-by walking in the foreground (the ladies in crinolines).70 x 90mm, prints on paper.
ROCK and Co.1860 (ii)PWD/HUNTN/09a-gHuntingdon cemetery: showing the chapel with its small spire in extensive grounds with as yet just a few gravestones, groups of people walking around.70 x 90mm, prints on paper.
ROCK and Co.1860 (iii)PWD/HUNTN/10a-dThe County Hospital, Huntingdon: a large rectangular building with decorative stone details and tall chimneys: in front of it is are bushes, then a field of sheep, a fence and the road, with the Crimea War cannon on the left, passers-by on the pavement, and a horse-drawn coach or bus driving towards the station.70 x 90mm, prints on paper.
ROCK and Co.1860 (iv)PWD/HUNTN/11a-dHuntingdon Bridge from the east: showing the bridge with its decorative stonework at the Godmanchester end, with buildings and chimneys to right and left, rowing boats and a lighter on the river, men and towing horses for the lighter on the shore in the foreground.70 x 90mm, prints on paper.
BLACKLEY, E.No datePWD/KIMBN/02a-bThe east front of Kimbolton castle: with portico and grand staircase in front, landscaped parkland with many deer in the foreground.260 x 380mm, prints on paper, b) is coloured.
ALDOUSc.1830PWD/KIMBN/03a-bThe north front of Kimbolton castle: in parkland with trees and part of the gatehouse to the right. Three people are strolling on the grass in the foreground.160 x 235mm, print on paper.
LYDON, A.F.No datePWD/KIMBN/04a-cKimbolton castle from the south west: showing the south and west fronts in landscaped parkland with a drive leading in from the left foreground.130 x 185mm, coloured prints on paper.
COUNTY GENTLEMAN1888PWD/KIMBN/05a-bThe Seventh Duke of Manchester: head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarter face, wearing spotted bow tie.295 x 190mm, lithographs on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxiii)PWD/ALWAL/08The porch doorway in Alwalton church: elevation and sections.130 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxv)PWD/ALWAL/10Corbel in Alwalton church: from the front and from the side.60 x 60mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxiv)PWD/ALWAL/09Part of the south arcade in Alwalton church: elevation and section of one of the round-headed arches, with details of the column base and the springing of the arch.90 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxvi)PWD/ALWAL/11Part of the capital of a column in Alwalton church: carved in a classical style.55 x 55mm, ink on paper.
EAYRE, Joseph1738PWD/BLUNT/02Bluntisham Church from the east: a square-on elevation showing the apse, east walls of aisles and nave, porches and tower, bare background and foreground.285 x 205mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxx)PWD/BLUNT/04Bluntisham Town Mill: a wooden post-mill on a roundhouse, with a tree to the right and a gate and hedge in the foreground.95 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxviiii)PWD/BRAMP/11The Montagu memorial in Brampton church.: carved oak screens with coats of arms, raised above the pews with windows in the background.75 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxx)PWD/BRAMP/12A canopy in the south porch of Brampton church: elaborately carved with pinnacles and crockets on the top.60 x 45mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxi)PWD/BRAMP/13Moulding from the arms of the choir stalls in Brampton church: a section, showing the deep-cut moulding.45 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxviii)PWD/ALCON/08A piece of painted glass from Alconbury church: a design of circles and lines in red, yellow, white and blue.45 x 45mm, ink with coloured crayon on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1888PWD/RAMSY/19The yard of the George Inn, Ramsey: a complicated three-sided range of buildings in various styles, looking north through the yard archway to the street beyond; with a ladder up to a hayloft on the right side, people and pigeons in the yard.205 x 195mm, etching on paper.
UNKNOWN1713PWD/RAMSY/17Part of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse: the west end of the northern (outside) face of the gatehouse, with buttress, decorated windows and corner turret; the stonework peters out in ragged edges to left and right and there are plants growing from the top of the wall.155 x 100mm, print on paper - presumably cut from something larger, perhaps the page of a book.
POULTER, John Arthur1885PWD/RAMSY/18The Bury Brook where it enters the culvert behind the George Inn at Ramsey: a background of old houses with thatched and tiled roofs and tall chimneys, with an archway in the middle of them from which emerges a stream or dike in a deep channel; in the right foreground is a woman with a bucket and wheelbarrow.150 x 250mm, etching on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (iv)PWD/GODMC/11Rubbing of a brass in Godmanchester church: civilian in fur-edged gown, one foot missing.325 x 100mm, heelball on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1926 (iii)PWD/GODMC/10Plantaganet House, Godmanchester: from the south, showing the half-timbering and oriel window on the first floor.160 x 210mm, ink on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xlviii)PWD/GRAFM/01Bell stamp of William Dawe, showing a shield with three laverpots.60 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxii)PWD/HAILW/04Hail Weston church from the west, before its restoration: a wooden building with pitched roof on top of the tower, churchyard wall in the foreground with man walking past.95 x 120mm, ink on paper.
HOLLOWAY, Charles Edward1886PWD/S.IVE/039St Ives bridge and chapel: from downstream, with the extra storeys still on the chapel, and showing on the right side the Manor House, buildings on the Quay, the spire of the Free Church and the entrance of the Old River, with a girl in mob cap and apron sitting in the right foreground beside a basket of ducks or geese. The buildings on the right have been changed round, in particular by leaving out the houses at the west end of the Quay: but No. 2 and the Ship Inn with its sign are shown.380 x 725mm, print on paper.
HOLLOWAY, Charles Edward1886 (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/039 (contd.)
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxi)PWD/HAILW/03Elevation and plan of Hail Bridge, Hail Weston: with four arches and three piers, showing the water level.70 x 70mm, pen and ink on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxx)PWD/HAILW/02Part of one arch of Hail Bridge, Hail Weston: showing the stonework of half of a pointed-topped arch and a pier.105 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxviiii)PWD/HADDN/01Four drawings of beacons from county maps: vestigial drawings of wooden uprights with steps across them.55 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxiii)PWD/HAMER/01Arms of the Fanshawe family: shield with three fleurs-de-lys and a chevron.25 x 20mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxv)PWD/HARTF/05Arms from memorial to John Trotter in Hartford Church.65 x 105mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxiv)PWD/HARTF/04The font in Hartford church.115 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (vi)PWD/HEM.A/08Carved figure from the roof of Hemingford Abbots church: in a sitting position holding a musical instrument like a lute and wearing an elaborate ruff.90 x 75mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxvi)PWD/HEM.A/07Whipping post and stocks on Hemingford Abbots village green: the post and stocks not very clearly drawn, with two pollarded trees and various cottages behind.130 x 200mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (iv)PWD/HEM.A/06Aumbry and piscina in Hemingford Abbots church: at the east end of the south aisle, with a stone bracket beside them.140 x 160mm, ink on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxvii)PWD/HEM.G/14Hemingford Grey watermill: weatherboarded building in four ranges seen from the other side of the river, mill house to the left and small bridge to the right.90 x 140mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxviiii)PWD/HEM.G/16Hemingford Grey Manor House: the south front with traces of a Norman arch above one of the windows, chimney covered in ivy.110 x 125mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxxviii)PWD/HEM.G/15Hemingford Grey Manor House: from the north, with a flagpole in front and bare grass in the foreground.75 x 110mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cl)PWD/HEM.G/17Window in the chancel of Hemingford Grey church: with shield-shaped lights above trefoils and carved heads left and right.115 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clii)PWD/HEM.G/19Hemingford Grey lock: the lock entrance on the left, with trees behind and Hemingford Abbots steeple in the background.115 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cli)PWD/HEM.G/18The font in Hemingford Grey church: hexagonal with carved decoration, on steps.65 x 70mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (v)PWD/HEM.G/13Thatched cottages in Hemingford Grey High Street: a half-timbered house with side chimney stack, end-on to the street, with other cottages behind it.160 x 215mm, ink on card.
REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua1867PWD/KIMBN/13The Duchess of Manchester and her son, shown as Diana and Cupid: the Duchess, with crescent moon on her head and a spear in her hand, leans over her son (lying on his stomach) and takes his bow; under trees, in a park-like landscape.250 x 170mm, print on paper.
RALPH, B.No date (ii)PWD/RAMSY/15The ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, from the north-west, with ruined walls to left and right and trees behind. Two copies: above, the print (B. RALPH, No date (i), PWD/RAMSY/04); below it the same picture in ink and wash.135 x 135mm, circular print on paper; 135 x 135mm, circular drawing on paper; mounted one above the other in a window mount.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxviii)PWD/S.NEO/44Trees and a hedge at Monks Hardwick: a tangled hedge with rough grass in the foreground, trees rising behind it and a distant skyline of woods and low hills.145 x 210mm, print on paper mounted on card.
NASH, F.No datePWD/FLETN/02The 12th-century churchyard cross at Fletton: from the front with the inscription visible, trees and sloping grass behind.80 x 70mm, ink and grey wash on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxvii)PWD/HUNTN/65The courtyard of the Falcon Inn, Huntingdon: looking past a bow window on the left, under a low archway into the street outside.85 x 75mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxvi)PWD/HUNTN/63St Thomas Court in Huntingdon High Street: an arched entrance and passageway.25 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxviii)PWD/HUNTN/66Old house in Raitt's Passage, Huntingdon: timber-framed building with passageway in front.50 x 50mm, ink on paper.
RAILTON, Herbert(1903?) (ii)PWD/HUNTN/42Huntingdon river bridge: from the downstream side, with houses on the riverbank on the right and the vague bulk of the mill on the left, the railway bridge just visible through the arches.100 x125mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lvii)PWD/HINCH/18Sundial on the terrace of Hinchingbrooke House: curved metal gnomon on a carved stone pillar.70 x 75mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (v)PWD/HINCH/15The gateway of Hinchingbrooke House: trees and grass in the foreground, glimpses of the house behind, a man standing on the path in front.95 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (vi)PWD/HINCH/16The north front of Hinchingbrooke House: bay windows and the entrance porch, with two people standing in the doorway, flag flying on the tower above.100 x 130mm, ink on paper.
SHORT, RichardNo datePWD/HINCH/11The east front of Hinchingbrooke House, with two gentlemen, a lady and a dog gesturing in the foreground.120 x 190mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxvi)PWD/GODMC/23The Shepherd and Dog public house at Godmanchester: half-timbered two-storey building with bow windows on the ground floor.55 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (v)PWD/GODMC/22The Queen Elizabeth School at Godmanchester: from the south, showing the porch and sundial.100 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxii)PWD/GODMC/24The Old Court Hall at Godmanchester: two half-timbered buildings one in front of the other, the gable end decorated with painted or pargetted figures and the date 1679.80 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xliv)PWD/GODMC/25Thatched house with carved beam at Godmanchester: the gable end of a jettied house with carved decoration on the beam across the base of the gable.90 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxiv)PWD/GODMC/27Inscription in Cambridge marking the end of the Godmanchester turnpike: inscribed stone on a brick wall above a shop front with gas lamp on bracket to the right. "GODMANCHESTER TURNPIKE ROAD ENDS HERE" etc.100 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxiii)PWD/GODMC/26The Old Court Hall at Godmanchester: a half-timbered gable end marked with the date 1679 standing between two fir trees.70 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxv)PWD/GODMC/28The doorway of Tudor House at Godmanchester: with the date 1603 carved above the door.105 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxxi)PWD/GODMC/20Carved pot of lilies over the entrance to the south porch of Godmanchester church: as illustrated in the initial letter of an 1844 work on Hinchingbrooke.60 x 45mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxviiii)PWD/GODMC/36Carved coronation chair presented by the mayor of Godmanchester: upright chair of wood with elaborate carved decoration.80 x 45mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxi)PWD/GODMC/38Carved corbel in Godmanchester church: showing an angel.35 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxx)PWD/GODMC/37Poppyhead bench end in Godmanchester church: carved in the shape of four doves.50 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xlvii)PWD/GODMC/39Carving of the borough arms in Godmanchester church: fleur-de-lys & inscription with date 1623.30 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxiv)PWD/GODMC/12A brass in Godmanchester church: civilian in fur-trimmed gown, one foot missing.325 x 100mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1926 (ii)PWD/GODMC/09The gable of the porch at Porch Farm, Godmanchester: showing the carved woodwork and Sun Insurance sign.170 x 160mm, ink & wash on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xiii)PWD/S.IVE/071The Quay at St Ives: showing the coping and railings, outline of the bridge and chapel in the background.80 x 170mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxiii)PWD/S.IVE/102The Victoria Jubilee memorial fountain at St Ives: pillar with gas lamp on top and bowls for water at the bottom.110 x 70mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxiv)PWD/S.IVE/103The Victoria Jubilee memorial fountain at St Ives: pillar with gas lamp on top and bowls for water at the bottom.70 x 45mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lviii)PWD/S.IVE/104A sketch street plan of St Ives: showing the river, the railways and a number of named streets.140 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxv)PWD/S.IVE/105The St Ives war memorial: a rough sketch of the cross of sacrifice on its polygonal base.205 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxiii)PWD/S.IVE/098William Haulsey's stamp on a church bell at Houghton: WH and two flowers on a shield.45 x 45mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxiv)PWD/S.IVE/100Bell stamp used by William Haulsey of St Ives: a cross with cross-pieces at the end of the arms.40 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xx)PWD/S.IVE/099Carved initials in the Manor House at St Ives: several letters in a rectangle.20 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxii)PWD/S.IVE/101The crest of St Ives Grammar School: rampant lion on shield with motto ORA ET LABORA.30 x 30mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1927 (vi)PWD/S.IVE/064Carved beam on a house in the Market Hill, St Ives: showing the arms of Ramsey Abbey with the name W. Wesbyche below it, sheep and ox on either side.75 x 170mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxv)PWD/S.IVE/068The east front of Old Slepe Hall, St Ives: a large three-storey building with dormer windows, sheep in the foreground.110 x 160mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxv)PWD/S.NEO/69Stained glass window showing St Neot: with cross and bible on diaper-patterned background.80 x 25mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxvii)PWD/S.NEO/71Fragment of carved stone in St Neots parish church: with part of an inscription at the top, shield with crown below.55 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxvi)PWD/S.NEO/70St Neot shown as a pigmy: standing on a stone being revered by monks, with a plough behind harnessed to two deer.70 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxviii)PWD/S.NEO/72King Alfred's Jewel: the supposed image of St Neot, and a detail of the animal head terminal.40 x 30mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (vi)PWD/S.NEO/53Fragment of carved stone in St Neots parish church: with part of an inscription at the top, shield with crown below.230 x 200mm, pencil and wash on paper.
BUCKLER, E.H.1850PWD/S.NEO/46St Neots Market Square: looking south-east from near the north-west corner, with the Cross Keys sign prominent in the left foreground and the parish church tower in the background; awkwardly drawn people and a horse and cart dotted about the scene; the perspective makes the square look narrower than it really is.220 x 230mm, lithograph on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lx)PWD/S.NEO/59Sketch plan of St Neots: showing streets with names, river & streams and principal buildings.95 x 140mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWN1820 (ii)PWD/S.NEO/54Buildings on the east side of the Market Square: on the left, the Golden Ball pub with free-standing inn sign; on the right a three-gabled building with clock on the central gable.70 x 130mm, print on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxvii)PWD/S.NEO/65The font in St Neots parish church: a rough and vestigial drawing of a hexagonal font with hints of pews and aisle behind.70 x 120mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxiii)PWD/S.NEO/67Sculpture on the tower of St Neots church: panels with castellated top carved with an eagle.70 x 45mm ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxii)PWD/S.NEO/66Carved decoration in St Neots church: elaborate carving on a buttress.60 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxiv)PWD/S.NEO/68Carving in St Neots church: a rectangular panel showing a lady with elaborate horned headdress holding a sword.75 x 25mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (viii)PWD/S.NEO/56Piece of painted glass in St Neots parish church: a circular panel containing the monogram AM with a crown over it.180 x 180mm, ink & watercolour on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccliii)PWD/S.NEO/61Buildings on the east side of St Neots Market Square: on the left, the Golden Ball pub with free-standing inn sign; on the right a three-gabled building with clock on the central gable.70 x 135mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lxi)PWD/S.NEO/62Old houses in Huntingdon Street, St Neots: with fence and trees to the left and the road in the foreground.70 x 95mm, ink on paper.
SHAW, I.No date (iii)PWD/S.NEO/47St Neots parish church: from the north-west showing the whole building, with small trees in the background (but no buildings), lady and gentleman in mid-19th century costume admiring the tower.250 x 310mm, lithograph with hand-colouring
TOMSON, D.R.No datePWD/S.NEO/49St Neots parish church: from the south, with gravestones and strollers in the foreground and other buildings behind, including the Congregational Church in the left background.60 x 90mm, print on paper.
HARENo date (ii)PWD/S.NEO/48St Neots parish church: from the north-west showing the whole building, with mature trees and an imaginary park in the background, a funeral service being conducted in the churchyard on the north side of the tower.125 x 215, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxvi)PWD/S.NEO/63MA monogram in painted glass in St Neots church: deocrated lettering with crown over it.35 x 35mm, ink on paper.
GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE1826PWD/S.NEO/58The Alfred Jewel and other items: showing various antiquities inc five details of the Alfred Jewel.190 x 120mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclv)PWD/S.NEO/73The sign and sign bracket of the Queen's Head at St Neots: portrait of a queen below a sign brackeT with decorative wrought iron work.95 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxviii)PWD/S.NEO/74The sign and sign bracket of the King's Head at St Neots: picture of a recent-looking king with ribbon and star, hung from a very elaborate wrought-iron sign bracket.70 x 70mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclvi)PWD/S.NEO/75The Cross Keys and Half Moon pubs at St Neots: the sign and bracket of the Cross Keys in the foreground, with the bridge and the Half Moon to the right of it in the background.90 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclvii)PWD/S.NEO/76The yard of the Cross Keys at St Neots: a confused range of buildings round three sides of a cobbled yard, with a man and a horse visible beyond the entrance into the Market Square.80 x 130mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (vii)PWD/S.NEO/55Two pieces of painted glass in St Neots parish church: showing a hammer and a pair of pincers holding a nail.230 x 225mm, ink & wash on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxv)PWD/S.NEO/60Motif in painted glass in St Neots parish church: an elaborate MAR monogram.35 x 40mm, ink on paper.
HARPER, H.A.1860PWD/S.NEO/52Thatched farmhouse near St Neots: a large building, thatched and rendered with a weatherboarded wing behind.140 x 210mm, coloured print.
CATTELL, A.S. & CoNo datePWD/LT.PA/08St Neots Paper Mills (actually in Little Paxton parish): an aerial view from the north, with the road from St Neots to Little Paxton crossing the river channels in the foreground and a large range of industrial buildings with a tall chimney behind.150 x 230mm, print on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxi)PWD/KIMBN/25Kimbolton Castle from the south-west.80 x 140mm, ink on paper.
HARENo date (i)PWD/KIMBN/14Kimbolton Church from the south: with churchyard, trees to left and right and houses behind.125 x 205mm, print on paper mounted on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (iii)PWD/KIMBN/171640 date stone at the White Lion Inn, Kimbolton: a square panel inscribed "E.B. 1640".90 x 85mm, ink on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (iv)PWD/KIMBN/181733 date stone on house in East Street, Kimbolton.200 x 125mm, ink on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (l)PWD/RAMSY/45Picture of a stag hunt from the Ramsey Abbey psalter: two hounds chasing a stag.50 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lii)PWD/RAMSY/47Picture of part of a church in the Ramsey Abbey psalter: with roofs, windows and turrets.130 x 60mm, ink on paper.
WINDLE, R.1850 (i)PWD/S.IVE/030a-eThe font in St Ives parish church: a slightly crude picture of the hexagonal font with decoration of interlacing arches, standing on three pillars on a pavement of stone blocks.140 x 100mm, prints on paper.
S., G.?1822?PWD/S.IVE/028a-bSt Ives bridge and chapel, seen from downstream with tollbooth to the left of the chapel, parish church steeple in the background, Manor House and Quay on the right; boats are being poled and a man is wading in the river in the foreground, where there are also reeds growing out of the water; the chapel has the privy/dovecote structure where the balcony is now.65 x 100mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (i)PWD/S.IVE/031Silhouette of Edmund Greene: three-quarter length outline of man in top hat and tail coat with cravat and beaked nose.200 x 110mm, ink on paper.
ROSSETTI, Dante GabrielNo datePWD/S.IVE/032"Reverie": a young woman with elaborate hair and dress leaning her head on her hand and looking outwards at the artist, Pre-Raphaelite in style.140 x 105mm, sepia print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (vii)PWD/HUNTS/06Domesday book and its chest: an ornate book with clasps leaning against a heavily ornate box.200 x 125mm, pen and ink drawing on paper.
POUND, D.J.No datePWD/HUNTS/05Lord John Russell, as MP for the City of London: half-length seated portrait, looking to the right with hands folded in his lap, dressed in a heavy coat with black neck-cloth.215 x 170mm, print on paper.
MACKARRESS, W.E.No date (i)PWD/S.NEO/15The Congregational Church, St Neots, showing the tower and most of the building, with lighted windows on a winter's evening with a full moon to the right.120 x 90mm (oval), coloured print on paper mounted on paper.
MACKARRESS, W.E.No date (ii)PWD/S.NEO/16The Congregational Church, St Neots, showing the tower and most of the building, with snow on the roof and pinnacles etc.115 x 90mm (oval), coloured print on paper mounted on card with window mount.
WICKES, CharlesNo datePWD/S.NEO/17The tower and part of the nave and south aisle of St Mary's Church, St Neots, seen from the west; showing trees and graveyard, with a man and a boy and goats in the foreground.455 x 285mm, coloured lithograph on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (v)PWD/HUNTS/01"A View near Huntingdon": a church with tower and apparently a thatched roof; a house to the left, trees and shrubs on the right and a distant view of a town in the background.195 x 250mm, coloured aquatint on paper, glued to card.
UNKNOWNNo date (vi)PWD/HUNTS/02"Tower Farm near Huntingdon": a farmhouse with tiled roof and wooden barn to the left, pool in the right foreground with church tower behind.180 x 225mm, coloured aquatint on board.
KEULEMANS, John GerardNo datePWD/HUNTS/03"The lost butterfly of Huntingdonshire": the Large Copper butterfly, showing a male, female and the underside of one on a background of reeds.320 x 255mm, chromolithograph on paper.
FINCH, Heneage, 4th Earl of AylesfordNo datePWD/HUNTS/04Trees at Packington, Warwicks., on the earl's estate.280 x 340mm, print of watercolour.
S., G.?1822? (contd.)PWD/S.IVE/028a-b (contd.)
UNKNOWNNo date (xiv)PWD/S.NEO/01The River Ouse at St Neots with the Paper Mill in the background: trees on the left and two rowing boats in the foreground.170 x 245mm, watercolour on paper.
UNKNOWN1860 (i)PWD/S.NEO/02Stained glass window in memory of David Rowley, in three lights of Perpendicular tracery, the main panels showing scenes of the Resurrection.380 x 280mm, watercolour with pencil and ink drawing.
ROWLEY, Caroline Frances1849PWD/S.NEO/03The Widow's Bench in St Neots parish church: a woman in a red cloak and black bonnet kneeling with a bench end behind her and a stained glass window in the background.355 x 255mm, watercolour.
ROWLEY, George DawsonNo date (ii)PWD/S.NEO/04Monkshardwick Oak: a large and ancient tree with ?poplars in rows behind it and a hilltop farmhouse, presumably Monks Hardwick itself.355 x 250mm, lithograph on paper.
RALPH, G.K.c.1780PWD/S.NEO/05The ?north side of the medieval bridge at St Neots: a large central arch with pointed parapet above, a cutwater and smaller arch to the left; a man poles a boat through the larger arch and another looks down at him from the roadway; a glimpse of buildings and trees behind.210 x 335mm, watercolour with pencil, mounted on frame painted in wash.
UNKNOWNNo date (x)PWD/S.NEO/06A pair of thatched cottages in Huntingdon Street, St Neots: (on the west side of the street), semi-detached, with hedge and white-painted gate in front, the road in front of that and trees and a paddock behind. The perspective is a little askew but a charming and colourful picture.140 x 240mm, watercolour.
LEEDS, A.F.No datePWD/S.NEO/07Paintings of three saints said to have been found in St Neots parish church: three black-backgrounded rectangular panels with coloured saints - Edward the Confessor on the left, Augustine on the right and an unknown tonsured saint in the middle.250 x 325mm, coloured lithograph (including gold colouring).
BOWER, Mrs A. Spencer1908PWD/S.NEO/08Priory Avenue, St Neots: a path going up a hill with grass on each side, lined with large trees which meet overhead.140 x 90mm, coloured print on postcard.
GORHAM, George Cornelius?No datePWD/S.NEO/09A stone bowl found on the site of St Neots Priory: a round bowl with four vertical lobes on the outside, shown cracked.180 x 140mm, ink on paper.
ELDRIDGE, N.J.1934 (i)PWD/S.NEO/10Inn signs of the Queen's Head and the King's Head, St Neots: showing in each case a fairly crude representation of the sign and the sign bracket in a frame.255 x 175mm, ink on paper.
ELDRIDGE, N.J.1934 (ii)PWD/S.NEO/11The inn sign of the Cross Keys at St Neots and a view of the inn yard - two fairly crude drawings each in a frame.255 x 175mm, ink on paper.
FARREN, R.1882PWD/FENS/18Fen landscape with wind pump: reeds and water in the foreground with a semi-submerged punt; the wind pump behind and to the right, with boat-shaped cap, scoop wheel visible behind - the mill sails damaged and the mill plainly derelict, as one would expect at this date; cattle on the left, trees in the background.150 x 250mm, etching on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cviiii)PWD/FENS/24"Vignette: eel spearing." A man with a bag over his shoulder and holding an eel glaive above the water of a river, with Ely cathedral in the background.45 x 30mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xx)PWD/FENS/25Fen drainage mill: wind-powered pump with sails to the left, scoop wheel in front and struts supporting the cap on the right, with a fence in front.155 x 115mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lx)PWD/FENS/23"Carting peat from the stack." Men with horses and carts and a mule, one of them beside the stack throwing a block of peat to one in a cart; pollard willows in the foreground.90 x 125mm, print on paper.
WALTON, W. L.No date (i)PWD/FENS/20"Sledgeing. Working up to a Wake": a stalking sledge on a frozen mere with a man with flintlock punt gun lying on top, using a knife or spike in his left to pull himself over the ice; reed beds to the right, another sledge in the background, willows and drainage mills on the horizon.155 x 220mm, coloured lithograph on paper.
WALTON, W. L.No date (ii)PWD/FENS/21"Bittern Shooting." Two men with top hats and guns in a reed bed, one firing at a bittern just taking off, sending feathers flying from it; two dogs in the foreground, other stalkers and drainage mills in the background, a flock of geese overhead.155 x 220mm, coloured lithograph on paper.
SKELTON, P.1877PWD/FENS/19"Scene on the Fens": a waterway with drainage mill to the left, humpback bridge behind and moored boat in the left foreground, distant church spire on the horizon.90 x 145 mm, print on paper with hand colouring.
POULTER, John Arthur1897PWD/BURY/22Fen landscape with drain: the drain a narrow, straight watercourse on the left of the picture with reeds across the foreground; apart from that, just flat land stretching to the horizon, a solitary man, and trees in the background.140 x 175mm, etching on paper.
WALTON, W.L.No date (iii)PWD/FENS/22"Wild Fowl Shooting." Two men wearing leggings, one with a cloth cap the other bareheaded, crouching with dogs and guns and looking out over a moonlit mere with flocks of geese landing on the water.155 x 220mm, coloured lithograph on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cx)PWD/FENST/05The Chequers Inn, Fenstanton: a complicated building with different roofs and gables, name sign over the door65 x 120mm, ink on paper.
TAIT, J.(1874)PWD/FENST/04The Congregational Chapel and Manse, Fenstanton: chapel with porch and bell turret on the right, manse with half timbering on upper storey on the left, rustic fence and two children in the front.110 x 165mm, lithograph.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xl)PWD/FENST/08A post mill at Fenstanton: a fairly crude tracing of the mill on its roundhouse, seen from the front with all four sails intact.65 x 70mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxiii)PWD/FLETN/04The 12th-century churchyard cross at Fletton: from the front with the inscription visible, trees and sloping grass behind.110 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxi)PWD/FLETN/05Stone carved with coat of arms from Fletton: quartered arms with crest and mantling, carved on a square stone.55 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxii)PWD/FLETN/06Fletton Manor House being demolished: the shell of a three-storey building, roofless and with doors and windows removed.85 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxiiii)PWD/FLETN/07Plan of buildings on the site of Fletton Manor House: showing Old Fletton High Street above and Fletton Avenue below, with between them "villas", the site of the Manor House, and building sites on either side of Manor Road.110 x 60mm, ink on paper.
RUDGE, Bradfordc.1839 (v)PWD/BUCKD/21Buckden Palace from the south-west: the gatehouse with bridge over the moat, linked by a curtain wall to the Great Tower in the right background; a man in 17th-century costume rides a horse over the bridge.205 x 265mm, lithograph on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxxii)PWD/KIMBN/28Decorated architrave in Kimbolton Castle: carved foliage with mask in the middle, over a doorway.80 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cii)PWD/KIMBN/16Sign over the horse trough at the White Lion: part of a brick wall with a painted sign reading "Whoever dips or washes here must pay the Hostler a pot of Beer".70 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxiii)PWD/HUNTN/45Part of the north end of Huntingdon High Street: looking south to Ferrar House on the right with the tower of All Saints' church in the background.75 x 105mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (vi)PWD/HUNTN/28Carving from the screen of St Benedict's church: the tops of three arches with carved lobed decoration.50 x 225mm, pencil on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (vii)PWD/HUNTN/37Cowper's Spring on Spring Common, Huntingdon: stonework with a spout from which water is flowing.110 x 180mm, ink on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (viiii)PWD/KIMBN/21Roof finial from the White Horse Inn, Kimbolton: looking like a church steeple, on top of the gable end of a tiled roof.120 x 85mm, ink on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (x)PWD/G.STA/01A helmet with Visor330 x 250mm, pen and ink wash on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (xi)PWD/G.STA/02Gauntlet210 x 210mm, pen and wash on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (xii)PWD/G.STA/03An ancient key hole plate from a rubbing175 x 130mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1921 (xiii)PWD/G.STA/04An ancient lock plate with two keys175 x 130mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1929 (iii)PWD/ELLIN/04Carved wooden angel from the roof of Ellington church: with hands joined in prayer and parts of the wings surviving to right and left.210 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xcii)PWD/ELTON/13The arms of Sir Richard Sapcote from the 1613 Visitation: shield divided into two halves, with Sapcote's name in black letter script above it.40 x 40mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xc)PWD/ELTON/11Two 11th-century crosses in Elton churchyard: showing the front faces, with round heads and interlaced decoration.75 x 60mm, ink on paper.
SADLER, Walter Dendy1902 (contd. 1)PWD/S.IVE/034 (contd. 1)
SADLER, Walter Dendy1902 (contd. 2)PWD/S.IVE/034 (contd. 2)
STEVENS, H. Beresford1924 (i)PWD/SOMER/02Matrix of a brass in Somersham church: the outline of a standing figure, presumably a priest, with a circle to the right of him, and four squares around him, the whole surrounded by a rectangular outline.355 x 180mm, ink on textured paper.
BROOKS, VincentNo datePWD/FENS/17Five drainage mills near Crowland, with a man spearing eels: the mills are ranged along a dyke, going back into the distance, with cattle walking along the bank beside them and a man in the dyke in the foreground, apparently spearing eels with a glaive; the foremost mill certainly has a scoop wheel housing in front of it, the second has one drawn vaguely - the other mills are presumably drainage mills too.450 x 330mm, lithograph on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (vi)PWD/NON-H/28The Harlot's Progress, Plate 1: the future Harlot arrives in London (the York Waggon in the background) and is taken up by an older woman.255 x 300mm (with decorative border left and right on a second plate 260 x 365mm), print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (vii)PWD/NON-H/29The Harlot's Progress, Plate 2: the Harlot flirts with an elderly man and kicks over his tea tray.255 x 300mm (with decorative border left and right on a second plate 260 x 365mm), print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (viii)PWD/NON-H/30The Harlot's Progress, Plate 3: the Harlot in bed with a servant making tea and a queue of men at the door.255 x 300mm (with decorative border left and right on a second plate 260 x 365mm), print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (viiii)PWD/NON-H/31The Harlot's Progress, Plate 4: the Harlot, still in her finery, standing at a block in Bridewell with a mallet and a skein of hemp in front of her; a man with a stick on the right urges more work.255 x 300mm (with decorative border left and right on a second plate 260 x 365mm), print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (x)PWD/NON-H/32The Harlot's Progress, Plate 5: the Harlot slumped in a chair supported by her servant, while two men (?bailiffs) supervise another woman searching a trunk.255 x 300mm (with decorative border left and right on a second plate 260 x 365mm), print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xi)PWD/NON-H/33The Harlot's Progress, Plate 6: a crowd of people, including a clergyman, sit and stand around the Harlot's half-open coffin.255 x 300mm (with decorative border left and right on a second plate 260 x 365mm), print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxx)PWD/NON-H/52"Second Stage of Cruelty": an upturned coach with a horse beneath being beaten by a man with a stick, while another beats a prone sheep; a carter carelessly runs his cart over a child and a bull is baited in the background.360 x 265mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxxi)PWD/NON-H/53"Cruelty in Perfection": the body of a pregnant woman lies in a churchyard while her murderer is held by a crowd.360 x 265mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxxii)PWD/NON-H/54"The Reward of Cruelty": a hanged corpse on a central table is dissected while serene men round an enthroned doctor watch; skeletons hang above, bones and skulls boil in a pot and a dog chews a heart.360 x 265mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xviii)PWD/NON-H/40Industry and Idleness plate 1, "The Fellow 'Prentices at their Looms": the two men at their looms, one asleep, with their master at the door with raised stick.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xviiii)PWD/NON-H/41Industry and Idleness plate 2, "The Industrious 'Prentice performing the Duty of a Christian": inside a large church the apprentice shares his hymn book with a young lady, no doubt his master's daughter.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xx)PWD/NON-H/42Industry and Idleness plate 3, "The Idle 'Prentice at Play in the Church Yard": the idle apprentice and three companions gambling on a table tomb with the beadle raising his stick behind them.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxi)PWD/NON-H/43Industry and Idleness plate 4, "The Industrious 'Prentice a Favourite": the industrious apprentice holds the day book while his master leans his hand on his shoulder and gestures towards the other workers.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxvii)PWD/BRAMP/09Arcading in the chancel of Brampton church: four arches with carved decoration.140 x 65mm, ink on paper.
M., P.1792PWD/NON-H/90Brampton Church (not Huntingdonshire): a general view from the north-west of a church with a spire, bearing no resemblance to the one in the Huntingdonshire Brampton.135 x 175mm, print on paper.
[RUDGE, Bradford]No date (v)PWD/HUNTN/31Huntingdon Market Hill from the south: the corner of the Town Hall on the left and buildings on the east side of the High Street on the right (including the Grammar School); All Saints' Church in the background, a tall gas lamp in the middle of the Market Place and many riders and pedestrians in the street; lady street-seller with basket selling something to a small boy in the left foreground.180 x 250mm pencil drawing on paper.
RUDGE, BradfordNo date (vi)PWD/HUNTN/41St Mary's Church from the south: with the High Street curving away to the left, the old Bull Inn on the left side of the churchyard and the churchyard wall in front of the Church ending with a pair of wrought iron gates (the left one drawn in detail) on the right edge of the picture.130 x 340mm, pencil drawing on paper.
WALKER, Rev J.No datePWD/HUNTN/32Huntingdon Town Hall, seen from the Market Place, with colonnade around the front and side and passers-by in front.65 x 105mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxiv)PWD/HUNTN/33Trinity Church, Huntingdon: elaborate mock-Gothic building with tall spire, in an open setting.75 x 75mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxv)PWD/HUNTN/35All Saints' Church, Huntingdon: seen from the south with the market place in the foreground and buildings to left and right, a tree in front of the church and various figures in the market place, including a man driving a covered cart and a woman selling things from a basket and a barrow.40 x 70mm, print on paper.
EDWARDS, EdwinNo date (i)PWD/HUNTN/53The yard of the George Inn: looking west, with buildings round three sides of a cobbled yard and the 17th-century open gallery at the back.85 x 125mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxiv)PWD/HUNTN/60The font in St Mary's Church, Huntingdon: octagonal stone font on columns on a plinth, with detail of one column base.50 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxiii)PWD/HUNTN/59Morley Unwin's tomb in St Mary's churchyard, Huntingdon: showing the inscribed tombstone, flat on the ground, surrounded by headstones.115 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxv)PWD/HUNTN/61Piscina in St Mary's Church, Huntingdon.55 x 45mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxv)PWD/HUNTN/78The bowling green at Huntingdon in 1610: a vestigial drawing of a rectangular green with a fence round it.25 x 15mm, ink on paper.
ROBINSON, Walter1862PWD/BURY/14The tower of Bury church: from the south-west, showing the tower, porch and south aisle.250 x 195mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (v)PWD/BYTHN/02Squint in the chancel arch of Bythorn church: ogee-headed lancet in a square outline.95 x 80mm, ink on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (vi)PWD/BYTHN/03Bracket in the south aisle of Bythorn church: flat-sided stone bracket with carved decoration below it.60 x 75mm, ink on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxvii)PWD/CATWO/03A stone coffin slab: rectangular, with a shield, a sword, and mantling above.90 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lxvi)PWD/CATWO/02A stone coffin lid: the same one that appears in PWD/CATWO/01.160 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxiii)PWD/GLATT/11Grotesque carved bracket in Glatton church: showing the face of a man with some kind of animal peering into his open mouth.50 x 35mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxviii)PWD/GODMC/17The old watermill at Godmanchester: a three-gabled weather-boarded building with housing for the mill wheel on the left and a small, square thatched building to the right.90 x 140mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxviiii)PWD/GODMC/18Allen Farm, Godmanchester: a thatched cottage with central chimney, jettied upper storey and strange bow fronted windows on the ground floor.110 x 165mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxxx)PWD/GODMC/19The Gables, Godmanchester: a half-timbered, jettied building with two gables, bow windows on the ground floor.120 x 150mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxxi)PWD/HUNTN/70Memorial plaque to William Cowper at Cowper House, Huntingdon: circular, with name, dates and foliage decoration.45 x 45mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxxi)PWD/S.IVE/059St Ives bridge and chapel from downstream: with the toll-booth left of the chapel, privy on its downstream side and dovecote to the right, parish church steeple behind, boats and reeds in the river in the foreground.125 x 150mm, pencil drawing on card.
EDWARDS, EdwinNo date (vi)PWD/S.IVE/060The yard of the Golden Lion: a narrow passageway between two ranges of buildings, seen through an archway with bow window on the right, small figure of man with handcart in the background.85 x 95mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxx)PWD/S.IVE/094The Old Court Hall in Crown Street, St Ives: the three-storey house with its ground floor windows boarded up and "The Temperance Club" written over them, parts of the Crown Inn and No. 21 on either side, with gas lamp and cobbles.105 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxi)PWD/S.IVE/095Sketch plan of the Old Court Hall in Crown Street, St Ives: showing the supposed court hall at the back, shop in front and passageway on the left side.110 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (lxii)PWD/S.IVE/096A piece of woodcarving from a building in St Ives: part of a frieze of carved decoration.65 x 25mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (xviiii)PWD/S.IVE/097Old mounting block in the market place at St Ives: an L-shaped lump of stone.40 x 85mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (liii)PWD/BURY/19Recess in wall of Bury church: the interior of the Lowside window shown in NORRIS 1922 (li) (PWD/BURY/17); with part of the chancel screen to the right.110 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lii)PWD/BURY/18Niche in Bury church: with arch at the top and decorative carving.110 x 70mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (liv)PWD/BURY/20Lectern in Bury church: a wooden desk on a pillar with carved decoration of arches and foliage.105 x 55mm, ink on paper.
EVANS, R.1834-46PWD/YAXLY/02a-dPortrait of Olinthus Gregory (1774-1841), mathematician and biographer, born at Yaxley: three-quarter length seated portrait, full face, holding a book in one hand and grasping the arm of his chair with the other, with inkstand to the left, books on shelves to the right, draperies behind.230 x 145mm, print on paper (book pages).
[NEALE, John Preston]1822 (iii)PWD/HINCH/20a-fThe east front of Hinchingbrooke House before 1830 (when the 1602 bay window, seen here to the right of the east front, was moved round to the south front); three ladies are on the path in front of the house.85 x 125mm, prints on paper.
FRASER, Arthur Anderson1888 (contd.)PWD/HEM.G/02 (contd.)
GARDEN, W.F.1902 (i)PWD/HOLYW/01A riverside scene with water meadows, pollard willows, two small buildings on the right bank and a windmill on the skyline. Presumably on the Ouse near St Ives somewhere.100 x 140mm, watercolour on paper.
FRASER, Arthur Anderson1892PWD/HOLYW/02The Ferry Boat Inn at Holywell in time of flood: seen from the east, with pollard willows and the inn sign, water all round it in front and to the left, ducks and a moored boat.255 x 355mm, watercolour with body colour.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (i)PWD/HOUGH/01A scene of prehistoric life: four men dressed in skins in a dug-out canoe, with two figures and a thatched circular hut on the riverbank behind them.170 x 245mm, watercolour on board.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (ii)PWD/HOUGH/02A scene of prehistoric life: a man sitting in a basketwork coracle in the foreground; in the background a group of three circular thatched huts with a skin-clad figure holding a branch.220 x 300mm, watercolour on board.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (iii)PWD/HOUGH/03Prehistoric man ploughing: a skin-clad man with two oxen pulling an ard.220 x 320mm, watercolour on board.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (iv)PWD/HOUGH/04A scene of prehistoric life: a skin-clad man squats making pots by hand while behind him stands another with a spear, and the skin and antlers of a deer slung over his shoulder. Part of a circular thatched hut in the background.250 x 340mm, watercolour on board.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (v)PWD/HOUGH/05A scene of prehistoric life: the body of a deer with part of one antler cut off to show the method of making pickaxes. At the top right is the faintly sketched outline of a squatting human figure, never completed.255 x 355mm, watercolour on board (unfinished).
GARDEN, W.F.1902 (ii)PWD/HOUGH/06Houghton Mill, seen from downstream on the south bank of the Ouse: part of the mill visible among trees, with the church spire behind and a wide reach of the river in the right foreground.100 x 140mm, watercolour on paper.
GARDEN, W.F.1903 (ii)PWD/HOUGH/07Houghton Mill from the north-east, showing the downstream side of the building, with the water wheel housing on the far side, bare trees to right and left of the building, and part of the riverbank with a small path in the right foreground.140 x 100mm, watercolour on paper.
ALTHAUS, Fritz1893 (iii)PWD/HOUGH/08Houghton Mill seen from the south-east, in winter sunshine surrounded by bare trees, sunlight on the bricks and weather-boarding of the mill; Houghton church in the background, bridge over the main channel with figure standing on it, on the left.200 x 270mm, watercolour mounted on board.
FIELDING, Frederick1940PWD/HOUGH/09Houghton Mill: a glimpse of the building among trees, with channels, reeds and meadows in the foreground, also a wooden footbridge and a fisherman in a boat; another figure is visible in the meadow to the left, with the spire of Houghton church behind.260 x 365mm, watercolour.
HEATHCOTE, John Moyer(1853) (contd.)PWD/CONIN/04 (contd.)
ROTHWELL, SelimNo datePWD/NON-H/09"Winwick Rectory": a large house with bow-fronted centre, set in parkland; in the foreground a shepherd in trews and tartan bonnet sits under a tree watching groups of cattle and sheep.285 x 380mm, lithograph on paper, expertly hand-coloured.
JOHNSON, W.1788PWD/NON-H/10Yaxley Hall, Suffolk: a large house, probably of the 16th or 17th century, set in parkland with two cattle in the foreground.180 x 230mm, print on paper (glued to card with UHU or similar).
VESEY, Francis Gerald (?)1874PWD/HUNTN/01One of the windmills on Huntingdon Mill Common: a post mill on top of a mound, with trees, fence and a man in the foreground.145 x 235mm, pencil sketch on blue paper.
VESEY, Francis Gerald (?)No datePWD/HUNTN/02Two windmills on Huntingdon Mill Common: two post mills but with beehive-shaped roundhouses below, on a mound, with a house in the background and trees to right and left.255 x 175mm, pencil sketch on board.
HABERSHON, W.C.1845PWD/HUNTN/03Huntingdon New Church (St John the Evangelist), George Street, built in 1845. Seen from the south corner, with railings round it and passers-by, including a man walking beside a horse-drawn cart.250 x 200mm, lithograph on paper.
HEATHCOTE, John Moyer(1851)PWD/HUNTN/04Two windmills on Huntingdon Mill Common: two post mills, the nearest on a curiously bulbous roundhouse, the further on a more conventional one; with slatted sails, the nearer with cloths set on them, the further mill with the cloths furled. Cattle, horses and a man in the foreground, a glimpse of the slope down to the Ouse on the left.280 x 455mm, watercolour.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (iii)PWD/HUNTN/20The font at St Mary's church, Huntingdon: rough pencil sketch with a detail of one of the supporting pillars shown to the right.55 x 55mm, pencil drawing on lined paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (iv)PWD/HUNTN/21The Boer War memorial, Huntingdon: rough pencil sketch of the memorial with part of All Saints' church behind, some lines of the pedestal and the railings drawn in ink.70 x 100mm, pencil and ink drawing on thin paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (v)PWD/HUNTN/22Part of the door of Cowper House, Huntingdon: the top left part of the door and doorcase, with fanlight above the door, fluted pilaster to the left and pediment over it.100 x 95mm, pencil drawing on tracing paper.
HARDING, James DuffieldNo date (i)PWD/HARTF/01Hartford near Huntingdon: village street scene with a pub on the right, cottages and the church on the left, woodcutters and cattle in the foreground, pollard willows and meadows on the right.200 x 120mm, print on paper.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1818 (vi)PWD/S.NEO/41a-eSculptures on the tower of St Neots church: two panels with castellated tops, carved with a winged lion on the left panel and a winged bull on the right one.100 x 150mm, prints on paper.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1818 (vii)PWD/S.NEO/42a-dCarvings in St Neots church: two rectangular panels showing, on the left one, a man with a pointed headdress holding a flask and smelling a nosegay; on the right one a lady with elaborate horned headdress holding a sword.150 x 100mm, prints on paper.
UTTING, R.B.1849 (contd.)PWD/SAWTY/01 (contd.)
VARLEY, J.1800 (contd.)PWD/STILT/01a-i (contd.)
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (i)PWD/NON-H/01"The Scholars": a satirical scene of academics in gowns, bands, wigs and mortar boards; one in a reading desk in the foreground reads from a book with a page headed "Datur Vacuum".285 x 240mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (ii)PWD/NON-H/02"At the Theatre": a satirical scene showing the audience in a theatre, with musicians in the orchestra pit left foreground and the audience on two levels behind. The audience below is laughing, those above are trying to take advantage of orange and pie sellers.295 x 240mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (iii)PWD/NON-H/03"Choir Practice": a group of singers performing an oratorio: the conductor, in his desk at the top, has a paper marked "Judith: an oratorio of sacred music by . . . " and the singers display parts of the score at "the world shall Bow to the Assyrian throne". The top of a cello in the background.305 x 240mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (iv)PWD/NON-H/04"The Company of Undertakers": a satirical coat of arms, with the heads of several wigged gentlemen sucking the ends of their sticks, in a shield shape, with the motto beneath "Et plurima mortis imago". An inscription beneath explains the picture in mock heraldic terms - "Beareth Sable an Urinal proper between 12 Quack-Heads" etc. etc.350 x 270mm print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (v)PWD/NON-H/05Characters and Caricatures: a page of faces in profile with a panel below demonstrating the difference between "characters" and "caricatures".295 x 240mm, print on paper.
LINN, EvelynNo datePWD/NON-H/06Crouch Oak, Addlestone, Surrey: a large and ancient oak tree with a paling fence.160 x 210mm, coloured print on paper mounted on card.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxviiii)PWD/NON-H/07An Alpine village: with church steeple, weatherboarded houses, large crucifix to the right, mountains behind.250 x 255mm, watercolour on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxx)PWD/NON-H/08An Alpine scene: a tree standing over a thatch-roofed shelter on stilts; rocks in the foreground, vague mountains behind.355 x 250mm, watercolour on paper.
COOPER, R.1821PWD/NON-H/12Elizabeth Woodcock in bed after her ordeal in the snow: head and shoulders propped against a pillow with one hand above the covers, in dressing gown with cap around her face.210 x 115mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, Nancy B.1926PWD/NON-H/14A stuffed Sheldrake: a rough watercolour showing the bird in profile on a small green base.260 x 380mm, watercolour on paper with pencil, pin holes at the corners.
SEWELL, J.1786PWD/NON-H/19Mrs Fitzherbert: head and shoulders portrait in profile, wearing wig and broad-brimmed feathered hat, with veil or scarf over her shoulders; in oval frame.160 x 115mm (top of plate cut off), print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xi)PWD/ALWAL/05Corbel in Alwalton church: sketch of carved corbel from the front and from the side.105 x 90mm, pencil on tracing paper.
RUDGE, Bradfordc.1839 (vii)PWD/BUCKD/23Buckden Palace from the north-west: the Great Tower on the right, with the west front of the main buildings (since demolished) joining it in the centre; people in 17th-century costume grouped in the foreground.205 x 265mm, lithograph on paper.
RUDGE, Bradfordc.1839 (viii)PWD/BUCKD/24The Great Dining Room at Buckden Palace: interior of a panelled room with carved ceiling beams and mullioned windows; people in 17th-century costume sit round a table set with jugs and glasses.205 x 265mm, lithograph on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1890PWD/BURY/12Bury church and Manor House: seen from the south-west, the church centre left and the Manor House to the right; cottages in the right background, the road between church and Manor House hidden by the slope; four heavy horses grazing in the foreground.155 x 225mm, etching on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1895PWD/BURY/11Home Close, Bury: a two-storeyed house with central gable, trees around it and sheep lying in the shade of a tree in the left foreground; two ladies, one with a parasol, stand and sit on the grass, with an empty chair (the artist's?) not far away from them.100 x 150mm, etching on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1900PWD/BURY/10Bury Manor House: a two storey building in two wings, with large chimneys, and a hedgerow in front with trees; in the foreground is a horse and cart crossing a brick-built bridge, and several people.150 x 205mm, etching on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1889 (ii)PWD/BURY/09Bury Church from the west: showing the tower, west end and south porch, with stone wall in the foreground; birds flying around the tower and a woman standing in the west doorway (cf J.A. POULTER, 1889 (i), PWD/BURY/07).200 x 170mm, etching on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxii)PWD/HUNTN/55Decorated arch in Huntingdon Grammar School: part of an arch with dogtooth moulding.95 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (clxxi)PWD/HUNTN/54Decorated capital of pillar in Huntingdon Grammar School.115 x 95mm, ink on paper.
REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua1765PWD/ELTON/08John Joshua Proby (later Earl of Carysfort) and his sister Elizabeth: a boy and a girl in (anachronistic) 17th-century costume - he with slashed sleeves, she with low neckline and pigtails - standing together in front of a pillar.250 x 190mm, print on paper.
GROOM, WILKINSON & CO.No datePWD/GODMC/08Godmanchester parish church: from the south-west, with the churchyard around it, trees on all sides, sheep grazing in the churchyard and two couples strolling on the paths; the perspective and proportions not altogether accurate.325 x 390mm, lithograph on paper.
TYTLER, G.1817 (ii)PWD/HUNTN/25Huntingdon from the north-east: a distant panorama of the town with recognisable representations of Cromwell House near the right side, All Saints' church and the Grammar School in the centre and St Mary's church on the left, with Godmanchester spire beyond it; meadow in the foreground (?Spring Common) with sheep grazing, wooden fencing behind, people sitting and standing on the grass including a labourer with a scythe.400 x 500mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxiii)PWD/S.IVE/040St Ives from an old drawing: looking west along the river to the parish church, with houses to the right, Holt Island in the centre and Houghton Hill behind; a boat being towed along the river by a horse, another one with men on board using a fish net, and two women in a garden on the river bank, one of them fishing.290 x 515mm, watercolour and pencil with ink frame on board.
AUSTIN, John Sunman1853 (i)PWD/S.NEO/45St Neots Market Place: looking east from near the north-west corner, with houses and shops round three sides of it, the elaborate lamp standard in the middle and the church tower behind; in the street are coaches, riders on horseback, sheep and many pedestrians.430 x 525mm, lithograph on paper.
AUSTIN, John Sunman1853 (ii)PWD/LT.PA/04a-bSt Neots Paper Mills (actually in Little Paxton parish): the long ranges of industrial buildings seen from the opposite bank of the River Ouse, with the river bridge to the left, a windmill in the distance, and cattle in the meadow in the foreground.420 x 540mm, lithograph on paper, b) mounted on cloth.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxiv)PWD/NON-H/70Alpine scene with houses: a man and child sitting on stones with wooden buildings behind them and mountains in the background.335 x 235mm, watercolour on paper in window mount.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxv)PWD/NON-H/71Alpine scene with the Matterhorn: wooden buildings and a fenced path in the foreground, with men and women working with baskets and rakes; the snow-covered Matterhorn in the right background.345 x 240mm, watercolour on paper in window mount.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxvi)PWD/NON-H/72Alpine scene with conifers: tall trees with snow-covered mountains in the background, the stump of a felled tree in front.345 x 245mm, watercolour on paper in window mount.
UNKNOWNNo date (xxxvii)PWD/NON-H/73Alpine scene with village: a row of houses with overhanging roofs, with a church bell tower in the foreground, mountains behind.250 x 350mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (iv)PWD/ALWAL/07A weathervane in the shape of a cockatrice on Alwalton church: a chicken with reptilian wings and pointed tongue and tail.40 x 30mm, ink on paper.
HARPER, Charles G.1927PWD/STILT/02The Bell Inn, Stilton: the whole frontage seen from the street, with the elaborate wrought iron sign bracket and its supporting post; two men stand in the foreground.100 x 150mm, print on paper, mounted on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (i)PWD/STO.L/01The tympanum at Stow Longa church: a sketch of the carved figures on a semi-circular panel.40 x 80mm, pencil on brown tracing paper.
WINDLE, R.1851PWD/G.STU/01Great Stukeley Church: a general view from the north-west, with gravestones in the churchyard and fence to the right, open landscape round it.100 x 150mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (x)PWD/UPTON/01Doorway in Upton church: a sketch of a three-lobed archway with details of mouldings beneath100 x 90mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxi)PWD/UPTON/02The font in Upton church: a sketched elevation, and plan of half the pillared base.140 x 90mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxii)PWD/WARBO/01The Warboys dug-out canoe: a very rough sketch, traced or copied from the photograph PH/WARBO/16, showing the canoe in the bottom of the trench when it was excavated in 1910.130 x 80mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xxiii)PWD/WISTO/01a-bStone coffin lid from Wistow: a tapering, chamfered stone slab with cross near the top and cross base near the bottom; cross-section at the top.200 x 130mm, pencil and carbon-paper tracing on paper; 175 x 50mm, pencil on tracing paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxvi)PWD/S.IVE/106Double piscina in St Ives parish church: with two arches under a round-headed arch with dogtooth decoration (only partly drawn).135 x 125mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxviii)PWD/S.IVE/108Window in the north aisle of St Ives parish church: a small drawing showing the tracery.35 x 20mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxxvii)PWD/S.IVE/107The font in St Ives parish church: octagonal on three coloumns on a base of square stones.110 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lviiii)PWD/S.IVE/109Plans of the spire of St Ives parish church at different heights: showing the tower at the spire's base and two higher cross-sections through the spire.130 x 125mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
HANKIN, James G.No date (ii)PWD/S.IVE/063The interior of St Ives parish church: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the church before the changes of the 1890s, with no chancel screen or statues on the nave arcade pillars, organ still at the east end of the north aisle.335 x 230mm with arched top, lithograph in black and sepia on paper.
ROCK & Co1851PWD/S.IVE/058St Ives parish church from the west: the steeple (with the tower foreshortened), with the Backwater, Holt Island, boathouse and a rowing boat in the foreground.80 x 70mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cclxv)PWD/SOMER/09Slab with carved cross at Somersham church.60 x 55mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (296)PWD/CROMW/106A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour, white collar natural hair and sporting a moustache. Image framed above coat of arms.130 x 70mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1925 (x)PWD/CROMW/107A side view of the snuff box with raised lid and a top view of lid with engraved name and date.90 x 65mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (297)PWD/CROMW/108A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell wearing a white collar and cloak and holding a sceptre in his right hand. Text below image.60 x 50mm, ink on paper.
COOPER, SamuelNo date (v)PWD/CROMW/109A half figure of Oliver Cromwell in armour, white collar and holding a stick in his right arm looking over his left shoulder. Framed in a roundel signed G. Vertue del & Sculp. Below frame 1653 OLIVER CROMWELL LORD PROTECTOR of England Scotland and IRELAND. Coat of arms to the left with latin inscription.290 x 180mm, print on paper.
RIDGEWAY, H. Tresham W.No datePWD/CROMW/110A scene of Oliver Cromwell and two servants escaping by sea prevented by two soldiers one with a warrant. Below image the scene of Charles I's execution, titled 'Execution of Charles 1st ' Both images framed with decorated scroll work.235 x 145mm, print on paper.
LIGHTFOOT, P.No datePWD/CROMW/111Oliver Cromwell's reaction at seeing Charles I's portrait, confronted by a lady.125 x 85mm, print on paper.
CUNDEE, John1816PWD/CROMW/112A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour wearing a white collar.160 x 125mm, print on paper.
MAILENo datePWD/CROMW/113A full length portrait of Oliver Cromwell in civilian clothes sporting a large hat with feather and wearing above knee boots. he is standing with his right arm resting on an opened coffin lid looking inside at the top lid with the words CAROLUS REX 1649.160 x 200mm, print on paper.
COOPER, SamuelNo date (vi)PWD/CROMW/114A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell wearing a large white collar.135 x 120mm, print on paper.
STEPHEN & ROBSON1798PWD/CROMW/115A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour wearing a white collar in a circular frame and above the ruins of an old castle situated on the side of a hill.165 x110mm, print on paper (2 images in 1)
UNKNOWNNo date (305)PWD/CROMW/116A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour wearing a white collar in a circular frame resting on a stone slab abive a coat of arms.140 x 80mm, print on paper.
LELY, Sir PeterNo date (ii)PWD/CROMW/117A half portrait of Oliver Cromwell in armour with large collar in a circular frame.115 x 80mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (307)PWD/CROMW/118Oliver Cromwell on horse back addressing his soldiers. Right arm raised with pointed fingur.110 x 80mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (308)PWD/CROMW/119A bust of Oliver Cromwell on a plinth with the letters O. CROMWELL beneath.110 x 90mm, screened print from magazine.
UNKNOWNNo date (292)PWD/CROMW/102Funeral Procession of Oliver Cromwell with uniformed footmen bearing regalia. Crowds just visible behind plumed horses.80 x 125mm, print on paper.
JENKYNS, F.1807PWD/NON-H/92St Ia's Church at St Ives in Cornwall: with tall tower and four parallel ranges of building, each with a large window at the east end; all drawn rather naively.220 x 295mm, pencil, ink & wash on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxviii)PWD/S.IVE/086St Ives parish church seen from the air after the 1918 crash: looking down from the west showing the truncated spire and holes in both aisle roofs.140 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lv)PWD/S.IVE/088Blomfield's design for the pinnacles on the parish church at St Ives: showing one pinnacle and part of the tower and spire.160 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxxviiii)PWD/S.IVE/087Two views of the ball pinnacles on the steeple of St Ives parish church: the top of the tower and the base of the spire as they appear in a photograph by Pickney (1860s) and a print by Hunter (c.1850).70 x 65mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (lvi)PWD/S.IVE/089Blomfield's design for repairing the bell chamber windows in the parish church at St Ives.80 x 80mm, ink & coloured crayon on paper.
HANKIN, James G.No date (i)PWD/S.IVE/061The Market Hill, St Ives, from the east: showing buildings from Stanley House on the left and the present-day No. 9 on the right, with the Free Church and the town pump, and the spire of the parish church in the background; various people and vehicles on the street.235 x 305mm with rounded top, lithograph in black and buff on paper,
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccxxx)PWD/S.IVE/075The courtyard of the Golden Lion at St Ives: view through an arch with man and hand cart in the background.85 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (liii)PWD/S.IVE/076A lion from an advertisement for the Golden Lion hotel at St Ives.40 x 30mm, ink on paper.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (x)PWD/SKATE/05The amateur skating champion R. Wallis, shown from the front, tilted onto his left leg as he skates and looking down, wearing a round cap, jacket buttoned on one side, tight knee breeches and stockings.75 x 60mm, ink on paper.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)aPWD/SKATE/06aDutch skating scene: a horse and wagon and a hot-drink stall on the ice.160 x 90mm, watercolour on paper. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06b & f.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)bPWD/SKATE/06bDutch skating scene: a woman with a basket skating.145 x 115mm, watercolour on paper, with ink. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06a & f.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xi)cPWD/SKATE/06cDutch skating scene: the island of Marken on the Zuider Zee, skaters with distant houses in the background.95 x 155mm, watercolour on paper. Mounted with PWD/SKATE/06d.
HARDING, James DuffieldNo date (ii)PWD/HUNTN/14a-dHuntingdon Market Place: looking north along the High Street, with All Saints' church in the left background and shops on the right side; there is a market in progress on the left and a waggon drawn by four horses coming down the High Street.120 x 185mm, prints on paper, b) cut down to a much smaller sheet.
ROBERTS, JamesNo datePWD/HUNTN/15The Racehorse "Skim": a thoroughbred horse standing facing right with its bridle held by a jockey in 18th-century costume, with top boots and whip; part of a stone building to the left, a landscape including a lake in the background.160 x 260mm, print on paper.
PHILLIPS1838PWD/HUNTN/16Sir Frederick Pollock, MP for Huntingdon: three-quarter length portrait showing him with hand on hip, wearing coat, waistcoat and cravat, bare-headed.330 x 250mm, print on paper.
SMITH, C.No datePWD/HUNTN/17Castle Hill House, Huntingdon: two storey house with lower extension to the left and conservatory to the right; St Mary's church behind, garden in the foreground with various people in it.240 x 430mm, coloured lithograph on paper.
TARRING, J.(1868)PWD/HUNTN/18Trinity Church, Huntingdon: showing an elaborate mock-Gothic building with spire, porches and transept, with grass and bushes around it, two ladies and a child standing in front.190 x 120mm.
RAILTON, Herbert(1903?) (i)PWD/HUNTN/19The George Inn Yard, Huntingdon: two ramshackle ranges of half-timbered and stone faced buildings forming two sides of a square, with archway to the street behind. In the yard are a coachman with long whip and a serving maid with a dog.130 x 130mm, print on paper (part of a page cut from a book).
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xii)cPWD/SKATE/07cDutch skating scenes: six Dutch women, five of them skating and holding each other in file, with a sign "Reddings Toeskellen"; on the back, a rough scene of birds and trees.100 x 160mm, pencil on paper. With perspex mount to show the back.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xii)dPWD/SKATE/07dDutch skating scene: a frozen canal with ice sledges, barges and a windmill behind.160 x 180mm, pencil on paper folded in half and formerly bound. Mounted together with PWD/SKATE/07e.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xii)ePWD/SKATE/07eDutch skating scenes: a skate; a man and a woman in a dog cart; a teapot and cup; a hot-drink stall; details of sledge harness.160 x 180mm, pencil on paper folded in half and formerly bound. Mounted together with PWD/SKATE/07d.
WHYMPER, CharlesNo date (xiii)PWD/SKATE/08A skating race on Lingay Fen near Grantchester, Cambs: two skaters racing along a marked course towards the front of the picture, with spectators on either side and a line of trees in the background.90 x 225mm, watercolour and gouache on paper (two pieces joined).
UNKNOWNNo date (iv)PWD/CROMW/010Supposed portrait of Oliver Cromwell aged two.: full-face head-and-shoulders portrait of a child in cap, collar and wide slashed sleeves, in oval frame.305 x 250mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxviii)PWD/BRAMP/10Carved choir stalls in Brampton church: showing various figures and roundels in two panels.110 x 170mm, ink on paper.
PAGE, R.No datePWD/CROMW/015Charles I and his dwarf Jeffery Hudson: the king standing in court dress with ermine robes, with his dwarf to his right in doublet, breeches, boots and lace collar.195 x 130mm, print on paper (lithograph) mounted on card.
MAULL & FOX1879PWD/RAMSY/16Edward Fellowes: three-quarter length portrait, standing with his right arm resting on a chair back, wearing a long jacket, cravat and check trousers and carrying a rolled paper in his left hand.415 x 315mm, lithograph on paper.
SHAW, I.No date (i)PWD/S.IVE/036St Ives parish church: from the south-east, and with gravestones and tombs in the churchyard, with paths of paving stones, a short length of fence near the east end of the chancel and two ladies in crinolines and parasols; there are chimneys in the right background but the artist or engraver seems to have misunderstood the perspective, making the churchyard wall appear like a grassy slope.300 x 250mm, lithograph on paper.
THOMAS, PercyNo datePWD/S.IVE/037St Ives bridge and chapel: from downstream, with the Quay and Manor House to the right, parish church steeple behind, and building with signboard "STRATTON & SON STEAM DYERS" in the right foreground; rowing boats and a sailing dinghy on the river, the extra storeys still on top of the bridge chapel.150 x 300mm, etching on paper in window mount.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxiv)PWD/NON-H/46Industry and Idleness plate 8, "The Industrious 'Prentice grown rich and Sheriff of London": men and women banqueting at long tables, while attendants bring food and a crowd of petitioners stand at a doorway behind a barrier.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxv)PWD/NON-H/47Industry and Idleness plate 9, "The Idle Prentice betray'd by his Whore": the idle apprentice and his accomplice check their loot of watches etc., another bundles a corpse down a trapdoor, while the whore takes a purse from the officers entering the cellar.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxvi)PWD/NON-H/48Industry and Idleness plate 10, "The Industrious 'Prentice Alderman of London": the industrious apprentice sits in finery and shades his eyes while the idle one and his accomplice are brought to the bar in front of him.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxvii)PWD/NON-H/49Industry and Idleness plate 12, "The Industrious 'Prentice Lord Mayor of London": the Lord Mayor's coach driving through crowds in the street with people watching from stands and nearby houses.255 x 365mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xiii)PWD/NON-H/35Four Times of Day, "Morning": a street scene showing a well dressed lady with her servant boy walking serenely past crowds of beggars and revellers.355 x 250mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xiv)PWD/NON-H/36Four Times of Day, "Noon": well-dressed people leave a chapel while outside the eating house opposite a black man fondles a servant and a boy cries over his broken plate.355 x 250mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xv)PWD/NON-H/37Four Times of Day, "Evening": a country scene, with a man and a woman with their children walking past a public house with a waterway in front; a cow behind the man's head gives him the appearance of having horns; a house to the left has "Sadlers Wells" over the door.355 x 250mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xvi)PWD/NON-H/38Four Times of Day, "Night": a street scene with "The Salisbury Flying Coach" overturned in front of a blazing fire, a barber's shop on the left, an equestrian statue in the distance.355 x 250mm, print on paper.
ROWBOTHAM, T.L.No date (i)PWD/NON-H/67The Beach at Ventnor: sand and sea, an upturned boat made into a hut on the right, and masts, timbers and a small boat lying in the foreground.165 x 405mm, colour print on paper mounted on card.
ROWBOTHAM, T.L.1865PWD/NON-H/69Cottages at Farnborough: two houses, one half-timbered and the other part brick, with tiled roofs and chimneys, a garden with flowers and a wooden fence to the left, a tree and hills in the distance to the right.175 x 355mm colour print on paper mounted on card.
HOGARTH, William1733PWD/NON-H/20"Southwark Fair": a busy scene including musicians, a tightrope walker and theatre stages (one of them collapsing).380 x 470mm, print on paper with hessian backing.
AUSTIN, John Sunman1852 (i)PWD/BRAMP/06a-bBrampton Park: an elaborate castellated building with formal gardens and a terrace in the foreground; people walking on the paths.300 x 390mm, lithographs on paper, b) hand-coloured.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxvii)PWD/ALCON/09The east window of Alconbury church: exterior view of a three-lancet window with "label" above and string course below.60 x 55mm, ink with coloured crayon on paper..
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (ccliv)PWD/S.NEO/64Decorative plaster work in a house at St Neots: a panel with curly decoration, wooden battens above and below.70 x 150mm, ink on paper
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxxviiii)PWD/RAMSY/44Picture of King David from the Ramsey Abbey psalter: playing a harp with the head of Goliath at his feet.105 x 25mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (li)PWD/RAMSY/46Self-portrait of the illuminator in the Ramsey Abbey psalter: the head of a tonsured monk in a roundel.35 x 85mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxii)PWD/BRAMP/14Carved corbel from Brampton church: showing an angel holding a shield.35 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxv)PWD/BRAMP/17Pepys House, Brampton: the two gables of the end of the house, with trees to the right and meadow in the foreground.70 x 115mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxiv)PWD/BRAMP/16The Entrance Front of Brampton Park in 1889: an elaborate castellated and gabled building with small figures walking in the foreground.105 x 160mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (xxxxvi)PWD/BRAMP/18The main staircase in Brampton Park, 1889: with elaborately carved woodwork, two figures standing at the top.130 x 75mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lvi)PWD/HINCH/17The Green Man on the gate at Hinchingbrooke House: a detail of the carving, with part of the battlements and gateway arch.70 x 50mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (lviii)PWD/HINCH/19The lodge and gateway of Hinchingbrooke House: the pillars of the gateway in the foreground with the lodge, castellated and with tall chimneys, behind it.75 x 75mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cliii)PWD/HILTN/01Hilton Maze: the central stone pillar with turf-cut paths around it, building and trees behind.80 x 105mm, ink on paper.
YOUNG, William1874 (i)PWD/HOLME/05Architect's impression of Holmewood House: large house in a mock Elizabethan style, with gatehouse on the left and tower in the left background, trees and shrubs around it.170 x 410mm print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xviii)PWD/HOLME/06Subsoil section in Holme Fen: 20-foot column down to the Oxford Clay with details of the higher deposits.140 x 75mm, ink on paper.
BEDE, Cuthbert?No datePWD/HOLME/07Holme House: two-storeyed building with arcaded verandah, porch in the angle of the two wings, flower bed, gate and carriage drive in the foreground155 x 195mm, very faded photograph with colour washes & pencil.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxv)PWD/FOLKS/03The north door of Folksworth church: showing the round-headed arch and carved tympanum with pillars on either side.125 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (iv)PWD/FOLKS/04The inn sign of the Fox at Folksworth: a small running fox with an inscription below it, "I HAM A CUNEN FOX etc etc".170 x 120mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxii)PWD/FOLKS/02A panorama of Folksworth: showing large and small farm buildings and cottages, with poplars and a bridge on the left and a distant church tower behind.35 x 250mm, pencil drawing on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxvi)PWD/G.GID/02The Great Gidding word square: octagonal oak tablet carved with the words "SATOR AREPO TENIT OPERA ROTAS" with "1614" above, "E" to the left and "R" to the right.95 x 90mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lvii)PWD/HOLME/17Men at work draining Whittlesea Mere: labourers digging a large ditch with spades and barrowing the earth along planks to a spoil heap; mills and Yaxley church in the background.120 x 230mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cviii)PWD/HOLME/16Regatta on Whittlesea Mere: Norris's copy of PWD/HOLME/15.100 x 180mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lviii)PWD/HOLME/18The drained bed of Whittlesea Mere: looking down from a slope to a wide and flat vista, steam train just visible in the background.120 x 145mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (xi)PWD/O.WES/01An arched and gated south porch with gargoyles on either side, decorative brickwork and a rough path.80 x 55mm photograph.
STEVENS, H. BeresfordNo date (xii)PWD/O.WES/02South porch with gate, decorative brickwork and gargoyles. Further description below.80 x 55mm photograph.
UNKNOWNNo date (215)PWD/WINWK/01A rural scene showing a carriage with passengers and a man hunched in a sleeping positon. Two men on the riber bank with a dog. Church standing proud in the far background with trees and shrubs in front.100 x 120mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (317)PWD/WISTO/03Decorated gateway entrance with stepped design on either side. A fleur de lys in the centre with a coat of arms below.65 x 70mm, pen and ink sketch.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (318)PWD/WISTO/04Oak screen with pierced tracery below arches.50 x 80mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (319)PWD/WISTO/05Clerestorey window with two lights.110 x 95mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (215)PWD/WISTO/06A tapering stone coffin lid with a cross near the top and at the bottom.115 x 35mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (vii)PWD/WISTO/07A traced and painted design of a lily pot showing flowers with yellow centres and their leaves.120 x 130mm, pencil with wash outlined in black.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (viii)PWD/WISTO/08A tracing of two heads of Roman guards with differing head-gear.105 x 65mm and 80 x 75mm, pencil and wash outlined in black.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1913PWD/W.WAL/01A rough sketch of the fens with trees, long grass and a windmill in the background.80 x 115mm, pen and ink sketch.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (323)PWD/WOOLY/01Rough sketch of pulpit.170 x 130mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (325)PWD/YAXLY/14Sketch of a windpump with blades and wheel.40 x 45mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (82)PWD/YAXLY/16Reliquary with description below.60 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (83)PWD/YAXLY/15A cock's spur with description below.25 x 60mm, pen & Ink sketch on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (84)PWD/YAXLY/17Shrine of heart with description below.80 x 40mm, ink on paper with crayon.
VAN VOORST, JohnNo datePWD/YAXLY/12A window of five main lights and curvilinear tracery with two centred arch above and gargoyle drip stops.130 x 100mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (217)PWD/YAXLY/13A decorated canopied side and front view of a pulpit.140 x 110mm, print on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (xiv)PWD/YELLG/01A double gravestone with inscriptions and the design of a cross above each one.125 x 95mm, ink on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (xv)PWD/YELLG/02A carved stone corbel of a male face.100 x 95mm, pen and wash on card.
GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE1794PWD/CROMW/035Oliver Cromwell's house at Clerkenwell: brick-built with with wings on either side, several chimneys, and steps leading up to the front door.130 x 190mm, print on paper.
WALENo datePWD/CROMW/036Oliver Cromwell, full length portrait: in civilian clothes wearing hat, holding a glove in his left hand and right hand outstretched; in decorative frame with coat of arms below.250 x 165mm, print on paper
POULTER, John Arthur1884PWD/BURY/02A Fenland waterway: a narrow dyke with a barge builder at work on the left, a small boat on the water and trees, a barn and houses with two windmills in the background.190 x 260mm, etching on paper, recently mounted with what looks like UHU on card.
POULTER, John Arthur1891 (i)PWD/BURY/03A Fenland scene: a ditch receding into the middle background, trees to the right and a vague farmhouse to the left; a part structure (?bridge) in the left foreground.190 x 280mm, etching on paper.
POULTER, John Arthur1897?PWD/BURY/04A Fen scene with cattle: two trees in the foreground, against one of which leans a bearded man with a stick and a dog; further back are cattle, bushes and a flat landscape with a windmill. BBM wrote label for exhibition: This etching on paper was created by John Arthur Poulter (1825-1921) who lived in Bury, Huntingdonshire for some years. This gave him a love of the nearby Fens and he produced many etchings of their unique landscape. This etching shows the Fen Edge – probably near Poulter’s home in Bury – where the fields and trees of the higher ground fall away to the flat lands of the Fens. The windmill in the background is almost certainly not a mill at all but a wind pump, with the sales turning a scoop wheel to carry water into the drainage channels. Poulter catches the wind-blown trees and rain clouds of a blustery day.195 x 280mm, etching on paper.
POULTER, John Arthurc.1910PWD/RAMSY/01The Great Whyte, Ramsey, c.1850, before the watercourse was covered over: two rows of cottages with a stream between them, crossed by a bridge in the background and with vague figures of people, boats, ducks and a horse and cart.270 x 370mm, watercolour on paper with pencil and some ink.
POULTER, John ArthurNo datePWD/BURY/05A barge on a Fen river: the lighter, with cabin with a chimney at the back, is against the bank with a lock or similar structure to the left and a flat landscape with occasional distant windmills behind, ducks in the foreground.180 x 250mm, etching on paper.
ROCK and Co.1862 (i)PWD/GODMC/04a-fGodmanchester church: the river in the foreground with trees and an angler, meadow with sheep behind and the church surrounded by houses in the background.65 x 85mm, prints on paper.
ROCK and Co.1862 (ii)PWD/GODMC/05a-dGodmanchester from Castle Hill, Huntingdon: a distant view of the church with trees and houses, the river and Portholme in front of it and in the foreground fences on Castle Hill with the tail and steps of one of the post mills on the left.70 x 90mm, prints on paper.
ROGERS, Edmundc.1777PWD/ALWAL/01a-bThe south-west front of Alwalton Lodge: an elevation of a castellated building with two wings.220 x 350mm, prints on paper, burn mark at top centre.
ROWLEY, George DawsonNo date (i)PWD/BUCKD/01Buckden Cruel Tree: a large pollard beside a road, with a hedge and field gate behind, and a man with a spade and fork standing beside it.355 x 260mm, lithograph on paper.
RUDGE, Bradfordc.1839 (i)PWD/BUCKD/04The entrance gate of Buckden Palace: the gate with its battlements and mullioned windows is just visible through a foreground of massive trees, with a drive leading to the front of the picture. A pencilled grid has been drawn over the picture.240 x 330mm, watercolour on paper.
RUDGE, Bradfordc.1839 (ii)PWD/BUCKD/05The east front of Buckden Palace: water, lawns and flower beds in the foreground, trees behind partly screening the parish church on the left and part of the palace (including the top of the main tower) in the middle; there is a pencilled grid over the picture.205 x 275mm, pencil drawing on paper.
RUDGE, Bradfordc.1839 (iii)PWD/BUCKD/06The outer gate of Buckden Palace: a small castellated gate set in a castellated wall, with partly dead trees behind and figures in 17th-century costume in the roadway in front.200 x 260mm, lithograph on paper.
SADLER, Walter DendyNo datePWD/HEM.G/01"A Village Celebrity": a fisherman in ?Victorian costume sitting under a willow with river and pollarded willows in the background; a moulded and gilded frame is shown round the edge.135 x 210mm, colour print from a modern greetings card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1923 (i)PWD/BROUG/01Rubbing of part of the Lawrence Martin brass, 1509: a shield with a barrel and "L M" above it.160 x 125mm (cut to shield shape), black wax on paper mounted on grey paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1923 (ii)PWD/BROUG/02Rubbing of part of the Lawrence Martin brass, 1509: a square plate with a roundel in it containing a winged ox, with the edges of the indent in the stone around it.105 x 100mm, black wax on paper mounted on grey paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1928 (i)PWD/BUCKW/01A large fire place in the parlour of the Fox and Hounds at Buckworth, with jug and candlestick on the chimneypiece and chair in front.225 x 305mm, pencil & brown wash on paper.
UNKNOWN1832PWD/BRAMP/03Brampton Park in its setting: an elaborate castellated building with shrubberies in front of it and parkland in the foreground, with trees, sheep and goats.265 x 420mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xv)PWD/BUCKD/12a-fBuckden Palace from the west: based on the variant version of the the Buck engraving of 1730 (see LADY'S MAGAZINE 1797 (ii), PWD/BUCKD/10).Image 105 x 190mm, prints on paper; a) also mounted on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xvi)PWD/BUCKD/13a-bBuckden Palace from the west: a small version based on the Buck engraving of 1730 (PWD/BUCKD/7).80 x 140mm, prints on paper; a) also mounted on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (xvii)PWD/CHEST/01a-bChesterton House: a gabled, Jacobean mansion with the steeple of the parish church (out of perspective) on the right.75 x 105mm, print on part of a page from a book, mounted on card.
VAN SOMER, Paul1744PWD/CONIN/14Sir Robert Bruce Cotton (1571-1631): half-length portrait, seated at a table with one hand on his chest and the other on a book, wearing elaborate doublet, ruff and cuffs; with long inscription and coat of arms below.370 x 240mm, print on paper.
WHYMPER, Charles1890PWD/HEM.A/02Skating at the Black Bridge, Christmas Day 1890: the Backwater is frozen over with people skating on it; the bridge, predecessor of the present-day bailey bridge, is crowded with spectators; bare trees on either side.150 x 100mm, watercolour sketch on paper.
WHYMPER, Charles1929PWD/HEM.A/03The heronry at Hemingford Abbots: trees and undergrowth, with nests in the topmost branches and herons in flight; a heron in the foreground in ungainly flight, just landing or taking off.355 x 255mm, watercolour with body colour and pencil, on paper.
HOGARTH, William1768 (i)PWD/NON-H/21The Rake's Progress plate 1, "Taking Possession of his Father's Effects": the Rake is measured for new clothes with a lawyer beside him, while turning away his pregnant fiancée and her mother.265 x 310mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, William1768 (iv)PWD/NON-H/24The Rake's Progress plate 4, "Is Arrested Going to Court": the Rake is taken from his Sedan chair and arrested for debt, helped only by his former fiancée.265 x 310mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, William1768 (iii)PWD/NON-H/23The Rake's Progress plate 3, "He Marries a Rich Old Widow": inside a church, the Rake marries an old woman with one eye.265 x 310mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, William1768 (v)PWD/NON-H/25The Rake's Progress plate 6, "Ruin'd at a Gaming Table": the Rake kneels, wigless and with clenched fists, after losing everything at dice in a candlelit gaming room.265 x 310mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, William1768 (vi)PWD/NON-H/26The Rake's Progress plate 7, "Confined in the Fleet Prison": the Rake in prison, assailed by his one-eyed wife, his ruined fiancée and others.265 x 310mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xii)PWD/NON-H/34a-b"The Distrest Poet": the Poet is seated at a table, his wife sits sewing, and their landlady stands by the door with a yoke (perhaps she is the milkmaid) brandishing a tally to show what he owes her.250 x 355mm, prints on paper, b) with hessian backing.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxxv)PWD/NON-H/57Pharoah's daughter with Moses: a man and a woman bring the child Moses to Pharoah's daughter; she reclines on a throne with two slaves behind her255 x 360mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxxiii)PWD/NON-H/55Paul before Felix: St Paul with manacled wrists preaches to the Roman emperor on his throne with other bystanders, including a man with SPQR banner on the left and a soldier leaning on his spear on the right.255 x 360mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xxxiv)PWD/NON-H/56"Paul before Felix in the Dutch Taste": a similar scene to Paul before Felix (HOGARTH No date (xxxiii), PWD/NON-H/55) but with many more people in it - mostly short, ugly and grotesque and including demons and an angel.260 x 360mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, WilliamNo date (xvii)PWD/NON-H/39"The Enraged Musician": the Musician stands at his window with violin and bow, clenched fists to his ears; in the street people play musical instruments, a woman sings and a knife grinder works his grindstone.245 x 350mm, print on paper.
HOGARTH, William1768 (vii)PWD/NON-H/27The Rake's Progress plate 8, "Mad in Bedlam": the Rake in Bedlam, half-naked and chained, surrounded by other lunatics - also his sympathetic fiancée again.265 x 310mm, print on paper.
LATHBURY, Mrs1808PWD/NON-H/58Barham Parsonage: an imposing three-storey house with thatched outbuildings, set in landscaped parkland.200 x 345mm, lithograph on paper.
MANFRED (?)1787 (i)PWD/NON-H/59European peasants, with distaff and spinning wheel.: a woman with a distaff, a second woman with children sitting beside a spinning wheel, and an old man sitting on an upturned basket telling his rosary; stuccoed walls of buildings behind them.250 x 350mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card with painted frame.
MANFRED (?)1787 (iii)PWD/NON-H/61An encampment outside a town wall: women cooking with a cauldron over a fire while armed men play cards; buttressed wall behind.245 x 340mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card with painted frame.
MANFRED (?)1787 (ii)PWD/NON-H/60Quack doctor with peasant listeners: the doctor stands on a stage with an open medicine chest addressing an audience of peasants; with him on the stage is a man with a lute, and a monkey.245 x 340mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card with painted frame.
MANFRED (?)1787 (iv)PWD/NON-H/62Peasants playing Baule or a similar game: several men and a child with balls in a farm yard, with a Mediterranean landscape of hills and trees behind.240 x 345mm, watercolour on paper mounted on card with painted frame.
UNKNOWNNo date (viiii)PWD/NON-H/63Alpine scene with farmhouse: the farmhouse ramshackle with stones weighting the roof slates, a woman reclining in the garden in front, fir trees and mountains behind.235 x 335mm, watercolour on paper in window mount.
KNELLER, Godfrey1786PWD/KIMBN/06The Duchess of Manchester (wife of the fourth Duke): head and shoulders portrait with curled hair and flowing draperies, in oval frame.185 x 155mm, print on paper.
HOLBEIN, Hans1813PWD/KIMBN/07Catharine of Aragon: head and shoulders portrait, wearing a plain headdress and a chain with a medallion, in oval frame.190 x 165mm, print on paper.
UNIVERSAL MAGAZINENo date (i)PWD/KIMBN/08a-bEdward Montagu, Lord Kimbolton: head and shoulders portrait with long hair and moustache and wearing Civil War armour; in round frame with sword, helmet and inscription below.160 x 100mm, prints on paper.
BENOISTNo datePWD/KIMBN/09Lord Kimbolton: head and shoulders portrait with long hair, beard and moustache and wearing Civil War armour; in an oval frame.85 x 75mm, print on paper
UNKNOWNNo date (xi)PWD/KIMBN/10The second Earl of Manchester: three-quarter length portrait, with long hair, beard and moustache and wearing full Civil War armour.100 x 70mm, print on paper.
NEWMAN & CONo date (ii)PWD/HUNTN/12a-eCastle Hill House, Huntingdon: two-storeyed house with one-storey wing to the left, conservatory to the right; St Mary's church behind, gardens with people walking in the foreground.65 x 95mm, prints on paper.
GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE1753PWD/HUNTN/13a-dHuntingdon Bridge and Hampton Court Bridge: elevations of each bridge, Huntingdon above and Hampton Court below, the former stone built with castellated parapet, the latter apparently of cast iron.a) 110 x 190mm, prints on paper; b-c) are the top half of the print only.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxvii)PWD/G.GID/03Piscina in Great Gidding church: decorated rectangular basin projecting from the wall, in a square frame.35 x 35mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.No date (xli)PWD/G.GID/04Piscina in Great Gidding church: circular bowl in an arched recess in the wall.90 x 60mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxv)PWD/L.GID/08Izaak Walton's cottage at Shallowford: a thatched cottage with fence and a tree in front.40 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxiii)PWD/L.GID/04The brass eagle lectern in Little Gidding church: eagle on ball on the top, three lions at base of pedestal.65 x 25mm, ink on paper with coloured crayon.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxviiii)PWD/L.GID/06The arms and inscription on the brass of Mary Mapletoft in Little Gidding church.60 x 55mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxi)PWD/FENST/06The Chequers Inn, Fenstanton: a large thatched house with gables, central chimney & porch, with a smaller cottage in the left foreground.65 x 120mm, ink on paper.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1927 (ii)PWD/FENST/03A post mill with no sails: with wooden buck raised on a roundhouse, the tail sloping to the left; tumbril tipped on its back to the right of the roundhouse.125 x 155mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (cxii)PWD/FENST/07Decoration on the 1603 church bell at Fenstanton: a Maltese cross with inscription above it "ANNO DOMINI + 1603"50 x 45mm, ink on paper.
VIRTUE, James S.No date (265)PWD/CROMW/075Head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour supporting a baton under his left arm with his right hand.130 x 100mm, print on paper.
RIDLEY, M.No datePWD/CROMW/076Head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour facing to the right.60 x 60mm, print on paper.
HEATHNo datePWD/CROMW/077Head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell facing slightly to the right. He wears armour and a white collar.100 x 80mm, print on paper.
LAMSVELT, I.No datePWD/CROMW/078Head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell . He wears armour and a white collar.100 x 70mm, print on paper.
COOK, T.No datePWD/CROMW/079Profile of Oliver Cromwell in roundel between classical columns showing head and shoulders above a framed picture of men in armour and, below, foliage, helmet, axe, sword and cornucopia.135 x 95mm, print on paper.
SCHOUTEN, G.No datePWD/CROMW/080Head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell with the words OLIVIER CROMWEL above. He wears armour.135 x 85mm, print on paper.
STUDLEY, A.No datePWD/CROMW/081Scene of Oliver Cromwell standing arm outstretched at the end of a table surrounded by men seated and standing, some in armour; a large window behind..95 x 145mm, print on paper.
SMEATON, GeorgeNo datePWD/CROMW/082Full length depiction of Oliver Cromwell between rural and pastoral scenes and a description below. 'The Emblems of England Distraction and also of her attained and further expected freedom and Happenings. Charters and flags appear to left and right respectively.195 x 135, print on paper.
HILL, E.No datePWD/CROMW/083Full length depiction of Oliver Cromwell with arms outstretched wearing contemporary dress including gloves and holding a sword in his right hand.165 x 115mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (274)PWD/CROMW/084Oliver Cromwell standing by an opened coffin , his right hand resting on the coffin lid.60 x 90mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (275)PWD/CROMW/085Two seals, one above the other. one with a central figure surrounded by coats of arms and , below, one with a mountain and rough sea with text on the outer edge 'LUNCTI UT RUPES IMMOTA MARI STANT FOEDERE'120 x 70mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (276)PWD/CROMW/086Oliver Cromwell standing with right hand raised during his inauguration.205 x 135mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (277)PWD/CROMW/087A head and shoulders profile of Oliver Cromwell turned slightly to the right and surrounded by a rural scene. Two statues of Oliver Cromwell on brackets on either side of the roundel.300 x 150mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (278)PWD/CROMW/088A crowded scene with right arm outstretched, pointing finger, surveying his men. Left hand holds a rod. Several soldiers hold halbards.150 x 210mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (279)PWD/CROMW/089A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour with white collar.110 x 100mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (280)PWD/CROMW/090Two seals. The higher depicts three large sailing ships with the words LUXURIAT GEMINO NEXU TRANQUILLE SALORES. EXCIPIT UNANIMES TOTIUS ORBIS AMOR. In the lower, two women sit, arms outstretched holding a hat. One has a lyre; the other, an animal at her feet. The words, MENTIBUS UNITIS PRISCUS PROCUL ABSIT AMAROR PELEA NE SUBITO PARTE CRUORE RUANT APPEAR IN THE BORDER.120 X 70MM, PRINT ON PAPER.
UNKNOWNNo date (281)PWD/CROMW/091A head and shoulder of Oliver Cromwell in armour and large white collar.235 x 190mm, print on paper.
COTMAN, Frederic George1888PWD/S.IVE/043St Ives bridge and chapel: from downstream (and apparently seen from a boat in midstream), with the extra storeys on the chapel; trees to the left, the Manor House and Quay to the right, the parish church spire and brewery weathervane visible behind - the latter picked out in detail.255 x 375mm, watercolour with pencil on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (293)PWD/CROMW/103Two views of Cromwell's sword with scabbard.150 x 255mm, print on paper mounted on card.
COOPER, SamuelNo date (iv)PWD/CROMW/104A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell loking right with white collar and natural hair.65 x 60mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (295)PWD/CROMW/105A head and shoulders of Oliver Cromwell in armour, white collar natural hair and sporting a moustache. Image framed above coat of arms.130 x 70mm, print on paper.
HUNTS COUNTY NEWS1901PWD/CROMW/125Statue of Oliver Cromwell on a raised stone square pedestal with the words OLIVER CROMWELL 1599-1658.400 x 110mm, print on paper.
ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWSNo datePWD/CROMW/126 Oliver Cromwell standing with his right hand resting on a stick. regarding a self-portrait with hat glove and sword on a chair below.235 x 330mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (316)PWD/CROMW/127A family scene showing Cromwell seated with right hand inside his jacket facing to the left while Milton plays the piano with a small boy reading a book behind him.165 x 230mm, tinted print on paper.
HALL, FrancisNo datePWD/CROMW/128A bust of Oliver Cromwell in armour wearing a white collar100 x 75mm, print on paper.
PALL MALL MAGAZINE1901PWD/CROMW/129Statue of Oliver Cromwell on a plinth supportinf a book with his right arm and his left ark outstretched, finger pointing outwards. he wears short boots and kneebreeches, right hand gloved and holding the other.175 x 125mm, screened print from a magazine.
UNKNOWNNo date (319)PWD/CROMW/130A battle scene with Oliver Cromwell standing in front of his army, arms folded.130 x 100mm, screened panel from a book.
HAWKIN1923PWD/CROMW/131A photograph of a statue of Oliver Cromwell on a raised stone column in St Ives with four raised lamps on each corner. Buildings in the background.105 x 75mm, photograph mounted on card.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1922 (viiii)PWD/CROMW/132A decorative leather jack with chunky handle and the words LORD PROTECTOR at the top; a coat of arms in the centre.210 x 120mm, pencil drawing.
HERBERT, J.1795xPWD/CROMW/170Bust of Richard Cromwell in armour with white collar.70 x 65mm, print on paper
UNKNOWNNo date (352)PWD/CROMW/171Four men stand around a table with books paper and a quill. Two are in discussion.110 x 65mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (353)PWD/CROMW/172Bust of Richard Cromwell in armour.80 x 65mm, print on paper.
SEULYS, Susan1712PWD/CROMW/173Bust of Richard Cromwell in armour with white collar.150 x 105mm,, print on paper.
WOODBURN, S.1811 (i)PWD/CROMW/174Roundel of Richard Cromwell in a buttoned jacket and large white collar.100 x 75mm, print on paper.
COOPER, Samuel1953PWD/CROMW/175Half portrait of Richard Cromwell in armour with a white collar secured by a white pin.100 x 80mm, screened print.
SIMON1659PWD/CROMW/176Two sides of seal: obverse with Richard Cromwell on horseback, reverse with coat of arms.115 x 55mm
MAXINNo datePWD/CROMW/177Bust of Richard Cromwell in armour with a large white edged collar.160 x 130mm, lithograph.
STEVENS, H. Beresford1923 (vi)PWD/CROMW/178A stone with the inscription R: CROMWEL - I TVRPIN BAILIEFS 160990 x 80mm, pen and ink on card.
WOODBURN, S.1810PWD/CROMW/179Half portrait of Elizabeth Steward wearing a fur trimmed cloak, a bonnet and beads around the neck.140 x105mm, print on card.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (79)PWD/CROMW/180A stone with the inscription R: CROMWEL -I: TURPIN BAILIEFS 160955 x 60mm, pen & ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (328)PWD/CROMW/181Stone with the inscription,' R.CROMWELL I. TURPIN BAY LIEFS 1609'25 x 30mm, ink on paper.
WOODBURN, S.1811 (ii)PWD/CROMW/182Bust of Henry Cromwell in civilian clothes with large white collar supported by tassles.100 x 80mm, print on fine card.
UNKNOWNNo date (361)PWD/CROMW/183Bust of a lady wearing a formal gown and necklace.140 x 75mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (362)PWD/CROMW/184Seals of members of the Cromwell Family and Mrs Claypole each numbered. ( A hand written list of each one is attached to the image.)200 x 119mm, screened print from a book.
UNKNOWNNo date (363)PWD/CROMW/185Bust of Issabella Cromwell wearing a gown with a rouched collar tied with bows and necklace and earings.140 x 75 mm, print on paper.
THOMAS, AbrahamNo datePWD/CROMW/186Two medals showing the heads of John Claypole and Elizabeth Claypole respectively.110 x 50mm, photograph.
KING, G.No datePWD/CROMW/187Profile of Lady FaLconberg55 x 100mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (367)PWD/CROMW/189In a lanscaped garden with people rises a two storey building with chimneys and castellated walls. A high coat of arms stands to the right of the roof top.80 x 125mm
NEWMARK & CONo datePWD/CROMW/190A three storey building with chimneys castellated walls, mullioned windows and a doorway and an oval window to the right. In the foreground is a man on horseback.95 x 95mm, print on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (lxvi)PWD/HUNTS/09Rural scene near Huntingdon: with cattle, old houses, trees and a pond.180 x 180mm, oval print on paper (letterpress on the back).
UNKNOWNNo date (lxvii)PWD/HUNTN/80Huntingdon Grammar School: the eastern end showing a bellcote on the roof, with a tree in the left foreground, houses on the right and All Saints' Church in the background; passers-by in mid-19th century costume.140 x 220mm, print on paper.
TYTLER G.1822PWD/HUNTN/81Part of the north end of Huntingdon High Street: looking south past the garden wall of Cromwell House on the left and Ferrar House on the right with the tower of All Saints' church in the background; passers-by include a man with buckets on a yoke and another with a bell and tricorn hat - the town crier?200 x 280mm, print on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (xxxiv)PWD/HUNTN/82Cromwell House, Huntingdon: house with pedimented front set in spacious grounds with trees.60 x 90mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1922 (329)PWD/CROMW/196Interior view of Cromwell's old school showing desks and fireplace and two people in the background.75 x 110mm, ink on paper.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1921 (23)PWD/CROMW/197Old two storey barn with lean-to standing in rough grass a fenced pen to the side.110 x 120mm, Pen and ink with crayon.110 x 120mm, pen and ink with crayon.
NORRIS, Herbert E.1923 (81)PWD/CROMW/199A southeast view of the church with clock tower and spire, part of the nave and south aisle. Rough grass in the foreground with trees on either side.125 x 90mm, ink on paper.
UNKNOWNNo date (371)PWD/CROMW/200A large two storey building with chimneys and shuttered windows and large central doorway. Landscaped gardens with several trees and circular drive. A lone figure stands in the front.230 x 390mm, print on paper with wash.
FOX, Henry Charles1903PWD/S.IVE/045St Ives Bridge with sailing barges: seen from downstream, with houses and trees to the left, the chapel with its upper storeys in the middle, and in front of the bridge on the right a group of barges with sails - the sails lugsails, with the one in the foreground having a spritsail like a Thames sailing barge; two smaller sailing boats near the left bank, ducks in the foreground.355 x 525mm, watercolour on paper.
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1890 (i)PWD/HOUGH/14River scene with the spire of Houghton church: a sketch with horizontal bands of water, reeds and grass in the foreground, then a line of bushes and trees with the spire of Houghton church. [On the back a sketch of Brampton Mill, in a few lines of brown wash]115 x 250mm, watercolour on paper.
[FRASER, Arthur Anderson]1890 (ii)PWD/HOUGH/15River scene near Houghton: water in the foreground with two channels runing in front of and behind an island or promontory on the right; trees in the background. [On the back a sketch of Brampton lock, in pencil and brown wash]115 x 250mm, watercolour on paper.