September, 1933. The new University Library building at Cambridge being constructed under the design of architect  Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who also designed the classic telephone kiosk.

September, The new University Library building at Cambridge being constructed under the design of architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who also designed the classic telephone kiosk.

Cambridge University Hockey Club circa 1912

Cambridge University Hockey Club circa 1912

Emmanuel College shewing the Chapel  1842. Drawn by F. Mackenzie; steel engraving by J. Le Keuk. From Thomas D. Atkinson. Cambridge described and illustrated: being a short history of the Town and University. Macmillan, 1897.

Emmanuel College shewing the Chapel Drawn by F. steel engraving by J. Cambridge described and illustrated: being a short history of the Town and University.

Ackerman's 1815 engraving of the old, city-centre Botanic Garden, established in 1762

Ackerman& 1815 engraving of the old, city-centre Botanic Garden, established in 1762

Five hundred years ago the masons working on one of the world’s most famous buildings completed the stonework of a chapel conceived some 70 years earlier. For several decades, King’s College Chapel had stood partially built in the heart of Cambridge. The story of the chapel is told in riveting detail by John Saltmarsh, who died in 1974 before completing his magnum opus.

King’s College Chapel: an architectural masterpiece and the man who told its story

The New Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology from the Museum Annual Report 1910

The New Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology from the Museum Annual Report 1910

Public Information Poster - Published by the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1948-1953

Public Information Poster - Published by the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Cambridge Antiquarian Society,


More ideas
Pinterest
Search