RMMBPPCK–Fairfield Hall, between Stotfold and Arlesey in Bedfordshire. Built as an asylum, opened in 1860. Converted to luxury apartments around 2000-2010.
RF2HW4JDN–Art inspired by Productions of the Leeds Photographic Society, 1852, Salted paper prints, Books, T. Dixon (British), William Gardam (British), William Fieldhouse (British), Ramsden and Birch (British), W. Birch (British), Ramsden and Hope (British), George Fowler Jones (British, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RMWGK1RP–The Gascoigne Almshouses in the village of Aberford, West Yorkshire, England UK
RMKC6KR4–Productions of the Leeds Photographic Society, T. Dixon, 1852
RMKNM3XE–Productions of the Leeds Photographic Society. Artist: T. Dixon (British); Artist: William Gardam (British); Artist: William Fieldhouse (British);
RMMBPP98–'Private property': An entrance to the walled garden at the eastern end of Fairfield Hall, originally the Three Counties Asylum, now luxury apartments
RMGW9HH1–St Michael le Belfrey, built 1525 to 1537, an Anglican church in York, England, situated next to York Minster in the city centre
RM2AWFEF2–A history of United States Army Base Hospital No36 (Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery Unit) organized at Detroit, Michigan, April 11th, 1917 . Harry A. George, with Harold S Holmes, Leo Lyons, Herbert Hass, WilliamDe Lisle and Clarence Knapp; the Adjutants Office with Howard M. Erskine, Cecil Fowler,John R. Mason, Leo Meissner and Walter G. Seeber; and the Chaplains Department, whichmanaged the postoffice, canteen and entertainments, with Sergeant Brown, George W. H3de andAdrian R. Jones. On the following day, Charles F. Ives, Clarence Otter, Asa M. Baker, and Ber-nard A. Harrigan were a
RMWGK28H–The Gascoigne Almshouses in the village of Aberford, West Yorkshire, England UK
RMMBPP87–Black squirrel in Fairfield, Bedfordshire, near where this species was first noted in the UK in 1912. it is thought to have been imported from the USA
RMGW9GDB–St Michael le Belfrey, built 1525 to 1537, an Anglican church in York, England, situated next to York Minster in the city centre
RMMBPPCR–The entrance to the walled garden at the eastern end of Fairfield Hall, once an exercise yard for the Three Counties Asylum
RM2AGAT6P–. The State register and year book of facts for the year ... lo, Manuel Imeno. Sonoma: R. Maupin, J. Clyman, L. TV. Boggs.Sacramento: John Bidwell, John S. Fowler, James Queen, W. Blackburn, R.M. Jones, W. Lacy, Charles E. Pickett. San Joaquin: S. Haley, C. L. Peck,M. Fallon, B. Ogden, George A. Pendleton, Col. Jackson, Jeremiah Ford, B.L. Morgan, Walter Chapman. San Francisco: TV. D. M. Howard. The Convention adjourned sine die, October 13th, 1849, after a session offorty-three days, during which time a work was consummated of great im-portance and responsibility, in a manner alike honorable
RMWPDWJG–The Gascoigne Almshouses in the village of Aberford, West Yorkshire, England UK
RMGW9HJ9–St Michael le Belfrey, built 1525 to 1537, an Anglican church in York, England, situated next to York Minster in the city centre
RMMBPPCT–The gothic towers of Fairfield Hall in Bedfordshire, originally a Victorian asylum, now luxury apartments.
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RMMBPPC6–The gothic towers of Fairfield Hall in Bedfordshire, originally a Victorian asylum, now luxury apartments.
RMMBPPCB–The gothic towers of Fairfield Hall in Bedfordshire, originally a Victorian asylum, now luxury apartments.
RMMBPPCA–Detail, Fairfield Hall, opened in 1860 as the Three Counties Asylum. Stone carving shows BHH for Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Huntingdonshire
RMMBPPCX–A secondary door on the south side of St Luke's chapel, formerly the chapel to the Victorian Three Counties Asylum (later renamed Fairfield Hospital)
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