Kitty Moores

My pages:

Page link: Batford Community Hall
Batford Community Hall
By Geoff Woodward, c2004 - and later comments
Page link: Harpenden Entertainers
Harpenden Entertainers
By Geoff Woodward, c2004
Page link: Great Northern Railway (GNR) at Harpenden
Great Northern Railway (GNR) at Harpenden
Transcript of a document in the LHS Archives - written in 1990s
Page link: Holes around Harpenden
Holes around Harpenden
Ice houses, tunnels, cellars, chalk and lime pits, gravel pits and brickfields
Page link: Ponds in Harpenden
Ponds in Harpenden
Past and Present
Page link: Harpenden Clocks
Harpenden Clocks
By G. Woodward, 2004
Page link: Foster Yeoman Ladies' Wear
Foster Yeoman Ladies' Wear
At 26 Station Road from 1910 to 2003
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"Dad's Story" - Tom Todd recalls his life in Harpenden
Adapted from a document in LHS Archives
Page link: An Appeal to the Ratepayers of Harpenden
An Appeal to the Ratepayers of Harpenden
- By the Managers of the National School, 1900
Page link: John Henshaw: A British Schools Headmaster
John Henshaw: A British Schools Headmaster
Derived from Harpenden Free Press articles, 1952 &1958 and "Harpenden British Schools" by Lieut.-Col. Durnford, 1891
Page link: Crowded Schools at Harpenden.
Crowded Schools at Harpenden.
"Unsuited to present-day requirements" - Trains make teaching difficult: School Managers' complaint to County Council.
Page link: Harpenden British Schools: Origin, History and Present Position of the Schools - in 1891
Harpenden British Schools: Origin, History and Present Position of the Schools - in 1891
A paper read by the Honorary Secretary, Lieut.-Colonel Durnford, at a meeting of the Subscribers and Parents of Scholars, held on 18th of December 1891.
Page link: The Racecourse, a Recollection
The Racecourse, a Recollection
Transcript of an article LHS Newsletter no. 24, 1981
Page link: The History behind Numbers 24 and 26 Station Road
The History behind Numbers 24 and 26 Station Road
Taken from documents in LHS Archives donated by The Anscombe Family
Page link: Bygone Harpenden
Bygone Harpenden
An Exhibition in 1924
Page link: Brauer's of Harpenden
Brauer's of Harpenden
The success story of a local industry
Page link: The Coming of the Railways
The Coming of the Railways
Transcript of an article in LHS Archives by L.S. Sherwood
Page link: Extracts from the Memories of Mr Ernest Ackroyd - Batford, 1904-1914
Extracts from the Memories of Mr Ernest Ackroyd - Batford, 1904-1914
Taken from Ernest Ackroyd's Scrapbook in LHS Archives
Page link: Kate Richardson, Harpenden artist (1861-1941)
Kate Richardson, Harpenden artist (1861-1941)
From a transcript by LHS member Pat Wilson and a Hertfordshire Countryside article (1)
Page link: Manland Beacon
Manland Beacon
Extract from Miss C.M. Clutterbuck's Manland Scrapbook
Page link: Wartime Harpenden
Wartime Harpenden
An overview of how Harpenden was affected by WWII
Page link: Ox Lane Nurseries
Ox Lane Nurseries
Extract from Miss C.M. Clutterbuck's "Manland" Scrapbook, 1980s
Page link: The Conservative Club
The Conservative Club
Opened in 1913 to support the Conservative and Unionist cause
Page link: Rothamsted and the Midland Railway Company
Rothamsted and the Midland Railway Company
Correspondence about an entry in The Panoramic Guide
Page link: Oggelsby's Centenary - 1873 to 1973
Oggelsby's Centenary - 1873 to 1973
A family's history in the transportation business