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Topic: cremorne gardens

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Cremorne Gardens ... Grand Victoria fete in honour of the Inauguration of the Exhibition of All Nations, by Her Majesty, on Thursday, May 1st, 1851 ...

Cremorne Gardens ... Grand Victoria fete in honour of the Inauguration...

Broadside announcing an inaugural festival for the Exhibition of All Nations, London, England, 1851. Includes a picture of the balloon "Erin-go-Bragh" to publicize an ascent by balloonist John Hampton during th... more

Pavilion. Cremorne Gardens.

Pavilion. Cremorne Gardens.

Creator: Walter Bentley Woodbury (1834 - 1885).Date: c. 1855.Format: Photograph; albumen print.Collection: The Royal Photographic Society Collection ( http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/Collection/Photograp... more

Cremorne Gardens, No. 2

Cremorne Gardens, No. 2

The progressive expatriate James McNeill Whistler is associated with the "art for art’s sake" philosophy, which privileged artistic form over content. Yet his subjects were often seen to be as radical as his et... more

The splendid model of the parachute or flying machine, with which the late Mons. Le Tur ascended from Cremorne Gardens ... will be exhibited in the large room of the above house on Monday next, the 28th, August, 1854 ...

The splendid model of the parachute or flying machine, with which the ...

Text-only broadside announcing an exhibit of a parachute model at Cremorne Gardens, Chelsea, London, 1854. The model replicates the parachute used by French aeronaut François Letur during his fatal parachute de... more

The splendid model of the parachute or flying machine, with which the late Mons. Le Tur ascended from Cremorne Gardens ... will be exhibited in the large room of the above house on Monday next, the 28th, August, 1854 ...

The splendid model of the parachute or flying machine, with which the ...

Text-only broadside announcing an exhibit of a parachute model at Cremorne Gardens, Chelsea, London, 1854. The model replicates the parachute used by French aeronaut François Letur during his fatal parachute de... more