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Album of Photographs of the Retreat

Date
c.1850s - Early 20th Century
Reference
RET 1/8/9/1
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1: John Candler: c 1890: 1 photograph
2: Maria Candler; (large item, loose in volume): c 1890s: 1 photograph
3: Lindley Murray; (photograph of portrait): c 1890s: 1 photograph
4: Henry Tuke; (photograph of portrait): c 1890s: 1 photograph
5: Samuel Tuke; (photograph of portrait): c 1890s: 1 photograph
6: The Retreat, North Front exterior, c.late 19th c.: c 1890s: 1 photograph
7: The Medical Staff, 1897; (Dr Pierce and two others, sitting outside The Retreat): 1897: 1 photograph
8: Entrance Lodge exterior, c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
9: The Retreat, North Front exterior, c.1890s; (with horse and carriage outside): c 1890s: 1 photograph
10: The Lodge exterior, c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
11: Medical Superintendent's House exterior, c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
12: Corridor, The Lodge, interior, c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
13: Old Recreation Room, demolished 1896, exterior: c 1890s: 1 photograph
14: Corridor, 6th Gallery, interior c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
15: Corridor, 4th Gallery, interior c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
16: Corridor, 3rd Gallery, interior c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
17: Corridor, 9th Gallery, interior c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
18: Dormitory 6th Gallery interior, c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
19: The Saloon interior, c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
20: The East Villa, exterior, c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
21: The West Villa, exterior, c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
22: The Cricket Field, c.1890s; (Match in progress): c 1890s: 1 photograph
23: Gentlemen's Lodge and Pleasure Ground c.1890s; (Cricket Match in progress): c 1890s: 1 photograph
24: 3rd Gallery Garden c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
25: Garden Party 1904, 3rd Gallery Garden: 1904: 1 photograph
26: Skittle-Alley and Summer House, 3rd Gallery 1906: 1906: 1 photograph
27: Placing New Boiler, 1904; (Shows boiler ready to go into basement): 1904: 1 photograph
28: Nurses' Home, North East, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
29: Nurses' Home, West Front, opened 1899, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
30: Nurses' Siting Room, interior, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
31: Ladies' Dining Room, interior c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
32: 3rd Gallery Garden c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
33: Hawthorn tree roots exposed during alterations, 1900; (workman and tree): 1900: 1 photograph
34: Lamel Hill, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
35: The Ladies' Terrace, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
36: Old Recreation Room, demolished 1896, exterior c.1890s: c 1890s: 1 photograph
37: Belle Vue House, exterior, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
38: Retreat Cricket Team, 1905; (Group photograph): 1905: 1 photograph
39: Group of Chrysanthemums, 1904 (Massed pots of flowers outside): 1904: 1 photograph
40: Throxenby Hall, exterior front, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
41: Throxenby Hall, exterior side, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
42: Croquet Lawn, Throxenby Hall c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
43: Entrance Drive, Throxenby Hall, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
44: Entrance Hall interior, Throxenby Hall, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
45: Drawing Room, interior, Throxenby Hall, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
46: Smoke Room, interior, Throxenby Hall, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
47: Family at Throxenby Hall, 1905; (Group photograph outside): 1905: 1 photograph
48: Gainsborough House, Scarborough, exterior, c.1900: c 1900: 1 photograph
49: Hospital Saturday, Collecting Boat, 1905; (Boat, on lawn): 1905: 1 photograph
50: A Resident 1854; (photograph of male patient): 1854: 1 photograph
51: A Resident 1854 - 1905; (photograph of male patient): 1854-1905: 1 photograph
52: Friends Old Burial Ground; (shows group of gravestones): c 1900: 1 photograph
53: Picnic Party on River Ouse, c.1900; (shows people on boat near lock and a lock cottage: c 1900: 1 photograph
54: Pea-Fowls, c.1900; (in garden): c 1900: 1 photograph
55: Belle-Vue, exterior, 1907: 1907: 1 photograph
56: Park Field, looking East, 1907: 1907: 1 photograph
57: Park Field, looking West, 1907: 1907: 1 photograph
58: Beech Tree in Park Field, August 1907 (now cut down): 1907: 1 photograph
59: Beech Tree in Park Field, August 1907: 1907: 1 photograph
60: Tennis-Court, Park Field, c.1907: 1907: 1 photograph
61: Medical Superintendent's House, exterior, south side, c.1907: 1907: 1 photograph
62: Medical Superintendent's House, South side, being pulled down, c.1907: 1907: 1 photograph
63: Medical Superintendent's House, South side, being pulled down, c.1907: 1907: 1 photograph
64: New Recreation Room, exterior, c.1909: 1909: 1 photograph
65: New Recreation Room, exterior, another view, c.1909: 1909: 1 photograph
66: New Recreation Room, interior, c.1909: 1909: 1 photograph
67: New Recreation Room, exterior entrance, c.1909: 1909: 1 photograph
68: Shelter in Retreat garden, in snow, c.1910: 1910: 1 photograph
69: Float for ?Hospital Saturday, with people dressed up, outside Retreat c.1910: 1910: 1 photograph
70: West Villa, exterior, c.1910: 1910: 1 photograph
71: Probably a Resident, c.1910; (? Patient pictured outside Retreat, carrying bag and parcel): 1910: 1 photograph

Publication/Creation

c.1850s - Early 20th Century

Physical description

1 volume of 71 photographs

Terms of use

Open and available at the Borthwick Institute for Archives. This material is being digitised by the Borthwick Institute for Archives as part of a Wellcome Trust funded project. Material that is digitised will be accessed freely online through the Wellcome Library catalogue.

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