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William Henry Knowles (1857-1943)


W.H. Knowles (1857-1943) was a Newcastle born architect and antiquarian. He was a leading member of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and became the Society's Vice President in 1913. Knowles was involed in several archeological excavations and also produced many sketches of buildings in Newcastle, including those published in the book "Vestiges of Old Newcastle and Gateshead." (1890)

 

People in History Ashington Miners' Memorial Temperley Memorial Fountain, Hexham Architecture Guyzance Hall Armstrong Building Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne
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015424b:Benwell Tower Benwell Lane Benwell Knowles W.H.

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015424a:Benwell Tower Benwell Lane Benwell Knowles W.H.

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The "Jack Tar", Sandgate Shore

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British Library digitised image from page 416 of "Vestiges of Old Newcastle and Gateshead. Illustrations by W. H. Knowles, etc"

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View in the Side (nos. 2 to 10)

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South Trancept, St Nicholas'

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Entrance to Trinity House

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Old Houses, foot of Pilgrim Street, Newcastle

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Quayside, Pandon

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Old houses, High Street, Gateshead

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Mansion House and The Close, from the River

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The Sandhill, Newcastle. 1886

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Old Hoses, on the Tuthill Stairs, Newcastle.

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W.H. Knowles (1905)
- W.H. Knowles (Pike, W.T. [1905] Contemporary Biographies: Northumberland. Brighton: W.T. Pike & Co). Photograph c/o. Architectural Taste and Patronage in Newcastle upon Tyne 1870-1914 Michael Andrew Johnson ...

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Ashington Miners' Memorial
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Temperley Memorial Fountain, Hexham
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Temperley Memorial Fountain, Hexham
- Overview Map Street View The Temperley memorial fountain is located in the Market Place in Hexham. The large ornamental red sandstone monument was built in 1901 by W.H. Knowles (Architect), G.W. ...

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