Person    | Male  Born 23/2/1907  Died 24/3/1995

Anthony Standerwick Heal

Anthony Standerwick Heal

Son of Sir Ambrose Heal of the Heals furniture shop which was established in 1810. It moved from Rathbone Place to Tottenham Court Road in 1818. Anthony became a director in 1936 and the Chairman in 1953. 1965 awarded RSA Bicentenary medal. After marriage lived at 77 Wellington Court, Wellington Rd, NW8.

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Heals - south

This plaque is on the last but one southern pier of the southern building. 

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Apollo Inn

An information board near an entrance to the gardens informs: "Euterpe the M...

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James Purdey the younger

James Purdey the younger

Gunmaker, built premises in 1880 to house his new showrooms and workshops, James Purdey & Sons Ltd. The Picture Source website has a short on-line history and also informs about a book on the s...

Person, Commerce, Craft / Design

1 memorial
White Horse Cellars at Hatchett's Hotel

White Horse Cellars at Hatchett's Hotel

This building is still at 66-68 Piccadilly, on the north-east of the junction with Dover Street.  Architect: Weatherley and Jones. From British History (written in 1878, just 10 years before Selby...

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink, Transport

1 memorial
Finlays

Finlays

From Finlays we learn that: James Finlay (d. 1790) began his career in Glasgow in the family textile business selling cotton goods. He moved into embroidered muslins and also manufacture. His son K...

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink, Gardens / Agriculture, Africa, Ceylon, Scotland

1 memorial
Carlton Hotel, Haymarket

Carlton Hotel, Haymarket

Designed by C. J. Phipps. The picture is taken from Cockspur Street. The building was badly bombed in 1940. Compare and contrast this ornate building with New Zealand House (1963) which is there now.

Building, Commerce

2 memorials