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Slide sets:

 Abbeys and castles of England (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 The abbeys, monasteries, and priories of ancient Britain (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 36-40 slides, in/before 1888)

 [Alderley Park Hospital during World War I] (lecture: privately made, 21 slides, 1914-1919)

 All about a London daily (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1890)

 All about a London daily (lecture: York & Son, 52 slides, 1898)

 The all red route round the world (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 53 slides, c.1913)

 Alone in London (story: T.J. and W.F. Piggott, ? slides, n.d.)

 Alone in London (service of song: York & Son, 16 slides, 1894)

 Alone in London (story: Wrench & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1889)

 Along the Devonshire coast (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 36 slides, in/before 1888)

 Animal studies at the Zoo (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 18 slides, 1893)

 Animals at the 'Zoo' (lecture: York & Son, 11 slides, n.d.)

 The animals at the gardens of the Zoological Society of London: 1875 (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 50 slides, n.d.)

 Animals at the Zoological Gardens: photographed from life (lecture: York & Son, 215 slides, in/before 1888)

 Barnard Castle (lecture: G.M. Mason, 4 slides, n.d.)

 Bart's joy (service of song: York & Son, 12 slides, 1895)

 Birmingham Cathedral Church, &c. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 5 slides, n.d.)

 Bobs of Oxford: or stick to your Sunday School (story: T.J. and W.F. Piggott, 22 slides, in/before 1913)

 Boot manufacture (lecture: York & Son, 6 slides, in/before 1901)

 Brighton Aquarium (lecture: York & Son, 14 slides, in/before 1888)

 Bristol and Clifton (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 15 slides, 1883-1888)

 Bristol and the West of England (lecture: G.W. Wilson, at least 38 slides, in/before 1892)

 The building of Saltash Bridge (lecture: Newton & Co., 4 slides, in/before 1909)

 Cambridge and its colleges (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1903)

 Canterbury and its Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 24 slides, in/before 1891)

 Canterbury Cathedral (lecture: W. Brooks, 27 slides, in/before 1888)

 Castles (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Castleton and its wonderful caverns (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 53 slides, 1901)

 Cathedrals: no. 1 (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Cathedrals: no. 2 (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 The cathedrals of England and Wales (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 70 slides, 1894)

 Cathedrals of England and Wales (lecture: Poulton & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1891)

 Chester Cathedral, &c. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 18 slides, n.d.)

 [Chetham's Library Collection: photographs of Bramhall, Cheshire] (lecture: privately made, 69 slides, in/after 1905)

 [Chetham's Library Collection: photographs of Bramhall, Cheshire] (lecture: privately made, at least 38 slides, n.d.)

 [Chetham's Library Collection: photographs of Manchester Ship Canal] (lecture: privately made, 19 slides, n.d.)

 Chichester Cathedral, etc. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 8 slides, n.d.)

 City of London (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 The city of Rochester: and its associations with the life of Charles Dickens (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 23 slides, 1878-1890)

 The Civil War of the Commonwealth (lecture: Alfred Pumphrey, 29 slides, in/before 1875)

 Co-operative Wholesale Society Limited: Crumpsall Works (lecture: Co-operative Union Southern Section, 13 slides, in/before 1895)

 Coast scenery of Devon and Cornwall (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1905)

 Coasting voyage from London to Liverpool (lecture: E.G. Wood, 53 slides, in/before 1888)

 Commemoration ceremony, 1897: of the landing of Saint Augustine at Ebbsfleet, A.D. 597 (lecture: York & Son, 24 slides, 1898)

 The Cornish Riviera (lecture: G.M. Mason, 43 slides, n.d.)

 [The Coronation of Edward VII] (lecture: York & Son, 46 slides, n.d.)

 Coronation of King George V (lecture: York & Son, 87 slides, in/after 1911)

 Cotton manufacture (lecture: York & Son, 5 slides, in/before 1901)

 The counties of England (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1897)

 The country of Wordsworth and Southey (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 40 slides, in/before 1894)

 The county of Kent (lecture: Wrench & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1895)

 The county of Surrey (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1909)

 The county of Sussex (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1909)

 [Crabtree Collection: Samuel Crompton and the cotton industry] (lecture: privately made, at least 83 slides, in/before 1924)

 Cripple Tom: or 'knowing is loving and loving is doing' (story: G.M. Mason, 17 slides, n.d.)

 The Crystal Palace (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Cutlery making (lecture: York & Son, 11 slides, in/before 1901)

 A day at Chatsworth and Haddon Hall (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 32 slides, 1889)

 A day at Salisbury and its Cathedral (lecture: G.M. Mason, 22 slides, n.d.)

 A day in London (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1888)

 A day in Oxford (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 52 slides, in/before 1889)

 A day in Winchester and its Cathedral (lecture: G.M. Mason, 25 slides, in/before 1913)

 A day's holiday at Windsor (lecture: York & Son, 30 slides, in/before 1888)

 Derbyshire and the Peak (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 52 slides, in/before 1891)

 Derbyshire, no. 1: Sheffield to Buxton (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 52 slides, 1885)

 Derbyshire, no. 2: Sheffield to Bakewell and Chatsworth (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 41 slides, 1885)

 Derbyshire, no. 3: Buxton to Ashborne and Dove Dale (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 34 slides, 1885)

 Devonshire (lecture: W.J. Catlin, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 Devonshire (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 24 slides, in/before 1888)

 Dick Whittington (story: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1909)

 Dick Whittington (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1893)

 Dick Whittington (story: Alfred Pumphrey, 6 slides, in/before 1888)

 Dick Whittington and his cat (story: York & Son, 8 slides, in/before 1888)

 Dick Whittington and his cat (story: York & Son, 19-21 slides, in/before 1888)

 Dick's fairy (service of song: Walter Tyler, 40 slides, 1886-1892)

 The Dukeries and Sherwood Forest (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 47 slides, in/before 1890)

 Durham Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 19 slides, in/before 1891)

 Durham Cathedral, &c. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 16 slides, n.d.)

 The east coast: from Thames to Tweed (lecture: Wrench & Son, 60 slides, c.1896)

 Effects slides: series no. 1 (effect: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1897)

 Effects slides: series no. 2 (effect: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, 1901-1903)

 Ely Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 18 slides, in/before 1891)

 English cathedrals (lecture: Alfred Pumphrey, 38 slides, in/before 1873)

 English cathedrals: new series (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, 1896)

 English cathedrals: supplementary list (lecture: York & Son, 79 slides, n.d.)

 The English Lake District (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 The English Lake District (lecture: G.M. Mason, 80 slides, n.d.)

 English river scenery (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1889)

 [English scenery: Durham, Yorkshire and the Midlands] (lecture: Wrench & Son, 41 slides, in/before 1889)

 English scenery: Isle of Wight (lecture: Wrench & Son, 67 slides, in/before 1889)

 [English scenery: London and south-east] (lecture: Wrench & Son, 87 slides, in/before 1889)

 English scenery: North Devon and Cornwall (lecture: Wrench & Son, 33 slides, in/before 1889)

 Exeter Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 14 slides, in/before 1891)

 Exeter Cathedral (lecture: W. Brooks, 16 slides, in/before 1888)

 Exeter Cathedral, etc. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 9 slides, n.d.)

 Exmoor ponies: and wild horses of the prairie (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 3 slides, n.d.)

 The fifty misericords of Exeter Cathedral (lecture: privately made, 51 slides, 1911)

 Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire (lecture: G.M. Mason, 10 slides, n.d.)

 Franco-British Exhibition (lecture: York & Son, 48 slides, 1908-1909)

 The Franco-British Exhibition: 'the White City' (lecture: Newton & Co., 60 slides, 1908)

 The Franco-British Exhibition: additional slides (lecture: Newton & Co., 40 slides, 1908)

 Franco-British Exhibition: supplementary views (lecture: York & Son, 18 slides, 1908-1913)

 From John O'Groats to Lands End: or, a tour through Britain (lecture: Riley Brothers, 60 slides, 1899)

 From London through Lincolnshire and back (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London through the eastern counties (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Aberystwyth: via north Wales (lecture: Poulton & Son, 72 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Australia (lecture: Joseph Levi & Co., 48 slides, in/before 1892)

 From London to Bath: via Winchester, Salisbury and Wells (lecture: Poulton & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Birmingham: via Warwickshire (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Bridport: returning via Salisbury and Winchester (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Cardigan: via south Wales (lecture: Poulton & Son, 72 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Carlisle: via Lancashire coast and the Lakes (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Carlisle via Durham (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Delhi (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 70 slides, 1889)

 From London to Leeds: via West Riding of Yorkshire (lecture: Poulton & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Leicester via Derbyshire (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to Mount Vesuvius (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 54 slides, 1885-1888)

 From London to Portsmouth: via the south coast (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to the Channel Islands: via Southampton (lecture: Poulton & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to the Falls of Niagara (lecture: York & Son, 46 slides, in/before 1888)

 From London to the Isle of Man: via Liverpool and Manchester (lecture: Poulton & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1891)

 From London to the Yorkshire coast and dales (lecture: Poulton & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1891)

 From Manchester to Alderley Edge (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 39 slides, in/after 1892)

 Gems of Devonshire scenery (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 46 slides, 1890-1894)

 Gems of Yorkshire scenery (lecture: G.M. Mason, 50 slides, n.d.)

 General description and statistics of London (lecture: York & Son, 48 slides, in/before 1888)

 Glimpses of Cornish scenery (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, n.d.)

 Glorious Devon (song: Bamforth & Co., 16 slides, 1913)

 Gloucester Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 24 slides, in/before 1891)

 Granite and granite quarries (lecture: York & Son, 15 slides, in/before 1909)

 Grannie Pettinger (recitation: Riley Brothers, 16 slides, 1909)

 The great city fire (news: York & Son, 5 slides, 1898)

 Great towns of Great Britain and Ireland (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, 1899)

 [H.M.S. Dreadnought visiting Ilfracombe] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 6 slides, in/after 1906)

 Haddon Hall (lecture: York & Son, 18 slides, in/before 1888)

 Haddon Hall (lecture: W. Brooks, 36 slides, in/before 1888)

 Hampton Court (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Here and there about London (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 40 slides, in/before 1888)

 Heroes of the Goodwin Sands (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 35 slides, in/after 1892)

 His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales' collection of Indian animals at the Zoo (lecture: York & Son, 18 slides, in/before 1888)

 Historic Lincolnshire (lecture: Riley Brothers, 55 slides, 1911)

 The history of Great Britain: period F -- Houses of Lancaster and York. Henry IV (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 58 slides, in/before 1898)

 The history of Great Britain: period I -- the Guelphs (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 69 slides, in/before 1899)

 A holiday in Devonshire (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, 1884-1897)

 Holiday in Devonshire: [additional slides] (lecture: G.M. Mason, 49 slides, n.d.)

 A holiday tour in Yorkshire (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 56 slides, 1880-1888)

 A holiday trip to Southport: England's seaside garden city (lecture: London, Midland & Scottish Railway, 100 slides, 1926)

 The home of Grace Darling (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 20 slides, 1891)

 [Ilfracombe Museum Collection: Ilfracombe Harbour] (miscellaneous: privately assembled, at least 47 slides, n.d.)

 [Ilfracombe Museum Collection: Ilfracombe town] (lecture: privately made, 72 slides, n.d.)

 [Ilfracombe Museum Collection: Lundy Island] (lecture: privately made, 46 slides, n.d.)

 [Ilfracombe Museum Collection: people and local events] (miscellaneous: privately made, at least 32 slides, n.d.)

 [Ilfracombe Museum Collection: photographs of Ilfracombe and area] (miscellaneous: manufacturer unknown, at least 43 slides, n.d.)

 [Ilfracombe Museum Collection: prints and drawings of Ilfracombe and area] (lecture: privately made, 60 slides, n.d.)

 In darkest London (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 5 slides, 1892)

 In the footsteps of Cromwell (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1899)

 Industry and idleness: or, the progress of the two apprentices (story: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

 Isle of Wight (lecture: York & Son, 40 slides, 1889)

 Isle of Wight (generic set title – 6 different versions are known)

 The Isle of Wight (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 48 slides, in/before 1894)

 Isle of Wight (lecture: W.J. Catlin, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 The Isle of Wight: and all about it (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 63 slides, in/before 1889)

 The Isles of Scilly and their flower culture (lecture: Graystone Bird, 56 slides, in/before 1909)

 Jack the giant killer (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1889)

 Jack the giant killer (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, n.d.)

 John O'Groats to Lands End (lecture: Riley Brothers, 57 slides, in/before 1888)

 John Tregenoweth: his mark (service of song: York & Son, 18-31 slides, 1884)

 Kent (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Kew Gardens (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Kingsley's home at Eversley (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 8 slides, 1891)

 Lady Jane Grey (lecture: York & Son, 24 slides, in/before 1888)

 Lancastrian's holiday resorts (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1909)

 The land of the rose, shamrock, and thistle (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 The last test match (story: Riley Brothers, 18 slides, 1908)

 [Leicester Co-operative Hosiery Society Limited] (lecture: Co-operative Union Southern Section, 14 slides, in/before 1895)

 Lichfield Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 19 slides, 1877-1901)

 Lichfield Cathedral, &c. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 16 slides, n.d.)

 The life and works of Pastor C.H. Spurgeon (lecture: York & Son, 36 slides, 1892)

 The lights of London (recitation: York & Son, 4 slides, 1892)

 Lincoln Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 17 slides, in/before 1891)

 Lincoln Cathedral, &c. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 21 slides, n.d.)

 Little shepherdess of Devon (song: Bamforth & Co., 18 slides, 1912)

 Liverpool (lecture: York & Son, 42 slides, in/before 1888)

 Liverpool, &c. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 18 slides, n.d.)

 London (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 London: no. 2 (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 London (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, n.d.)

 London (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 35 slides, n.d.)

 London: no. 1 (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 30 slides, 1895-1913)

 London: no. 2 (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 30 slides, 1895-1913)

 London: the metropolis of the world (lecture: Riley Brothers, 60 slides, in/after 1894)

 [London: [additional slides]] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 184 slides, n.d.)

 London (instantaneous) (lecture: Millikin & Lawley, at least 46 slides, n.d.)

 London and neighbourhood (lecture: York & Son, 752 slides, 1870-1887)

 London and neighbourhood: [1887 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 85 slides, in/before 1887)

 London and neighbourhood: [1888 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 51 slides, 1888)

 London and neighbourhood: [1889-1890 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 44 slides, 1889-1890)

 London and neighbourhood: [1891 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 24 slides, 1891)

 London and neighbourhood: [1892-1893 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 28 slides, 1892-1893)

 London and neighbourhood: [1894 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 11 slides, 1894)

 London and neighbourhood: [1895 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 31 slides, 1895)

 London and neighbourhood: [1896 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 20 slides, 1896)

 London and neighbourhood: [1897 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 53 slides, 1897)

 London and neighbourhood: [1898 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 34 slides, 1898)

 London and neighbourhood: [1901 additions] (lecture: York & Son, 22 slides, c.1901)

 London and neighbourhood: [additions in/after 1902] (lecture: York & Son, 31-56 slides, in/after 1902)

 The London attic (set type unknown: W. Rider & Co., 8 slides, 1900)

 London by night: [and] Paris by night (miscellaneous: York & Son, 30 slides, n.d.)

 [London County Council election] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 60 slides, 1907)

 London lions (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 28 slides, in/before 1913)

 London street characters, etc. (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 44 slides, in/before 1894)

 London street traffic (lecture: York & Son, 80 slides, in/before 1888)

 London termini: exteriors and interiors (lecture: York & Son, 21 slides, in/before 1903)

 London to Greece (Athens) (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, 1893)

 London to Mont Blanc (lecture: Riley Brothers, 55 slides, in/before 1887)

 London to Naples and Pompeii: by way of the Riviera (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, 1901)

 London to Rome (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 London views (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 12 slides, 1901-1910)

 London, ancient and modern (lecture: Newton & Co., 425-583 slides, in/before 1909)

 London, etc. (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 91 slides, in/before 1889)

 Lost in London (service of song: Bamforth & Co., 27-37 slides, 1895)

 Manchester Cathedral and Manchester Ship Canal, etc. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 15 slides, in/after 1894)

 [Manchester Geographical Society Collection: England -- Isles of Scilly] (lecture: privately made, at least 15 slides, n.d.)

 Manchester Ship Canal (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 13 slides, 1887-1894)

 The Manchester Ship Canal: its initiation and construction (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 59 slides, in/before 1909)

 Manchester Ship Canal: no. 2 (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 20 slides, 1887-1894)

 The millenary of King Alfred's death (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 15 slides, in/after 1899)

 Modern Babylon: a trip to London (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 50 slides, in/before 1890)

 Modern Babylon: a trip to London (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 52 slides, in/before 1913)

 Modern London views (lecture: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1889)

 A month at the Lizard and Land's End, with a trip to the Scilly Isles (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 Natural History Museum (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 Nell: the story of a London waif (story: Chatham Pexton, 24 slides, 1894)

 Nelly's dark days (story: York & Son, 14 slides, in/before 1888)

 New views of London (lecture: G.M. Mason, 87 slides, n.d.)

 Old and new friends at the Zoo (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1897)

 The Old Curiosity Shop: the wanderings of Little Nell and her grandfather (story: York & Son, 24 slides, 1881)

 Old London (lecture: Wrench & Son, 41 slides, in/before 1889)

 Old London (lecture: York & Son, 138 slides, n.d.)

 Old London: no. 2 (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 33 slides, in/before 1894)

 Old London: [additional slides] (lecture: E.G. Wood, 98 slides, in/before 1888)

 Old London and our ancestors (lecture: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1893)

 On foot through the Derbyshire dales (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 57 slides, in/before 1909)

 Outcast London: or, how the poor live (lecture: York & Son, 40 slides, in/before 1888)

 Oxford and its colleges: in chronological order (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1900s)

 Oxford to London Bridge (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 [Oxford University rowing regatta] (news: manufacturer unknown, at least 5 slides, n.d.)

 The passing of King Edward VII: London to Windsor (lecture: York & Son, 31 slides, 1910)

 The Peak of Derbyshire (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, n.d.)

 [Phelps Collection: Chetham's Hospital and College] (lecture: privately made, 84 slides, n.d.)

 [Photographs of the Scilly Isles] (lecture: Francis Frith & Co., at least 3 slides, 1890s)

 [Photographs of the Scilly Isles] (lecture: Gibson & Sons [Penzance/Scilly], at least 145 slides, n.d.)

 [Photographs of Yorkshire] (lecture: Francis Frith & Co., at least 15 slides, n.d.)

 The picturesque scenery of Devonshire (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1889)

 Poor Tom: or, a boy's struggle against temptation (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1905)

 Popular sea-side resorts of England and Wales (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, 1896)

 [The Queen's Jubilee illuminations] (effect: manufacturer unknown, at least 4 slides, in/after 1897)

 Rambles about London (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, 1897)

 Rambles about Yorkshire (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 Rambles from Oxford to London by the River Thames (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, in/before 1913)

 Rambles in and about English Lakes (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, in/before 1913)

 Rambles round Coniston (lecture: Riley Brothers, 48 slides, 1892)

 Rambles round London (lecture: E.G. Wood, 60-62 slides, in/before 1888)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter I -- animal humorists (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter II -- wigs and whiskers (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter III -- carrion hunters (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter IV -- builders and miners (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter V -- living submarines (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter VI -- stars and stripes (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter VII -- the 'upper ten' (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter VIII -- armour-plated animals (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter IX -- giants and dwarfs (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rambles round the London Zoological Gardens: chapter X -- special practitioners (lecture: Houghton-Butcher, 8 slides, 1927)

 Rievaulx Abbey, Yorkshire (lecture: G.M. Mason, 4 slides, n.d.)

 Ripon Cathedral (lecture: G.M. Mason, 6 slides, n.d.)

 River Thames (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 The River Thames: from its head springs to the sea (lecture: Wrench & Son, 60 slides, 1878-1887)

 Roger Ploughman's excursion to London (story: Alfred Pumphrey, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

 The romance of history: or, fact and fiction. A specially written entertainment (lecture: York & Son, 36 slides, in/before 1888)

 Round about London (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 38 slides, in/before 1889)

 A royal thanksgiving (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 4 slides, 1872)

 A run round Cornwall (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 40 slides, in/before 1894)

 Salisbury Cathedral and Stonehenge (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 24 slides, in/before 1891)

 Scarborough, the Queen of the North (lecture: Graystone Bird, 90 slides, in/before 1913)

 The Shakespeare country (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 42 slides, 1890)

 Shakespeare's Avon (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1899)

 The sights of London (lecture: E.G. Wood, 47 slides, in/before 1888)

 Soap manufacture (lecture: York & Son, 8 slides, in/before 1901)

 Some architectural features of our English cathedrals (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1913)

 Some interesting places in English history (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 36-37 slides, in/before 1888)

 The south coast: Dover to Portland (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, 1893)

 St George and the dragon (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, n.d.)

 St Paul's Cathedral (lecture: Newton & Co., 35-41 slides, 1899)

 The stately homes of England (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 The story of Cleopatra's Needle (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 25 slides, 1899)

 The story of the Mayflower (lecture: Newton & Co., 60 slides, n.d.)

 The street criers of London: or London labour and London poor (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 The street cries of London (recitation: Walter Tyler, 12 slides, n.d.)

 Streifzüge durch London (lecture: Projektion für Alle, 24 slides, 1900-1906)

 The struggles and triumphs of teetotalism: being a history of the Total Abstinence Movement (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, 1895)

 Supplementary views of London (lecture: G.M. Mason, 14 slides, n.d.)

 Supplementary views of the Lake District (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 26 slides, in/before 1889)

 Ten days in the Lake District (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 The Thames, from London Bridge to its source (lecture: Newton & Co., 90 slides, in/before 1888)

 A tour in and around Poppyland (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 30 slides, c.1900)

 A tour through Cornwall (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 A tour through Cornwall: [additional slides] (lecture: Wrench & Son, 42 slides, in/before 1889)

 A tour through Yorkshire (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 56 slides, in/before 1889)

 The Tower of London (lecture: York & Son, 30 slides, in/before 1888)

 The Tower of London (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 35 slides, in/before 1888)

 Tower of London (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 A trip to Brighton (lecture: York & Son, 40 slides, in/before 1888)

 Truro Cathedral (lecture: G.M. Mason, 8 slides, n.d.)

 Utopia (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1893)

 The valleys of the Aire and Wharfe (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 52 slides, n.d.)

 Views at Cromer and Sheringham (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 10 slides, in/before 1912)

 Views in Bradford (lecture: Riley Brothers, at least 20 slides, in/before 1887)

 Views of Alderley, Cheshire (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 47 slides, 1883-1888)

 Views of cathedrals, etc. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 41 slides, n.d.)

 Views of Chichester, Arundel, and Brighton (lecture: G.M. Mason, 16 slides, n.d.)

 Views of London: chapter I (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1901-1904)

 Views of London: chapter II (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1901-1904)

 Views of modern London: second series (lecture: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1897)

 Views of Norwich, Ely, Peterborough, Wells, and Bristol Cathedrals: Bath Abbey Church, Cheddar Cliffs, Clifton Bridge, Tintern Abbey, etc. (lecture: G.M. Mason, 80 slides, n.d.)

 Views of Southampton and neighbourhood (lecture: G.M. Mason, 22 slides, n.d.)

 Views of the Isle of Wight (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, in/before 1913)

 Views of Weymouth and Portland (lecture: G.M. Mason, 10 slides, n.d.)

 A visit to Cambridge (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 50 slides, 1889)

 A visit to the British Museum (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 A visit to the public buildings and monuments of London (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 13 slides, 1861-1872)

 A visit to the Zoo (lecture: G.M. Mason, 40-71 slides, in/after 1903)

 A visit to the Zoo (lecture: York & Son, 50-95 slides, in/after 1924)

 Voices from the past: some notes on our old parish churches. Part I -- exterior (lecture: York & Son, 47 slides, n.d.)

 Voices from the past: some notes on our old parish churches. Part II -- interior (lecture: York & Son, 55 slides, n.d.)

 A walk in the 'Zoo' (lecture: York & Son, 48 slides, in/before 1888)

 A walk round the Zoo (lecture: Newton & Co., 62 slides, 1920s)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: Exeter Cathedral] (lecture: privately made, 230 slides, 1900s)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of Blackpool] (miscellaneous: privately made, 9 slides, 1935)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of Canterbury and east Kent] (miscellaneous: privately made, at least 11 slides, 1930s)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of Chester Cathedral and city] (miscellaneous: privately made, 23 slides, 1934)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of Christchurch and area] (miscellaneous: privately made, 12 slides, n.d.)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of Isle of Wight] (lecture: privately made, 10 slides, n.d.)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of London] (miscellaneous: privately made, 34 slides, n.d.)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of Peterborough and area] (miscellaneous: privately made, 29 slides, n.d.)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of Salisbury and area] (miscellaneous: privately made, 15 slides, n.d.)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: St Katherine's Priory, Polsloe] (lecture: privately made, 13 slides, n.d.)

 The well of St Keyne (recitation: York & Son, 4 slides, in/before 1888)

 The well of St Keyne (recitation: Alfred Pumphrey, 3 slides, in/before 1873)

 The well of St Keyne (recitation: manufacturer unknown, 6 slides, in/before 1894)

 Wells Cathedral and Glastonbury Abbey (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 20 slides, in/before 1891)

 Westminster Abbey (lecture: York & Son, 36 slides, in/before 1888)

 Westminster Abbey (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1909)

 Westminster Abbey (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, n.d.)

 The white slaves of London (story: Chatham Pexton, 24 slides, 1894)

 Whittington and his cat (story: manufacturer unknown, 12 slides, n.d.)

 Why should England fear? (song: Bamforth & Co., 14 slides, 1900)

 Will you think of Devon sometimes? (song: Bamforth & Co., 16 slides, 1911)

 Winchester and its Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 26 slides, in/before 1891)

 Windsor Castle (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 40 slides, in/before 1890)

 Windsor Castle (effect: Bamforth & Co., 3 slides, 1899)

 Windsor Castle (lecture: 'Maker 20', 12 slides, in/after 1901)

 Wool manufacture (lecture: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1901)

 Wops, the waif: a story of London Arab life (story: Chatham Pexton, 40 slides, 1893)

 Worcester Cathedral (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 22 slides, in/before 1891)

 York and its Cathedral (lecture: G.M. Mason, 12 slides, n.d.)

 York and its Minster (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 24 slides, 1889)

 Yorkshire (various) (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50-101 slides, in/before 1888)

 The Yorkshire Dales (lecture: G.M. Mason, 4 slides, n.d.)

 Yorkshire, my Yorkshire (song: Bamforth & Co., 18 slides, 1912)

Texts:

 The abbeys, monasteries, and priories of ancient Britain (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 All about a London daily: from the paper mill to the breakfast table (London: York & Son, 1898)

 The all red route round the world (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1913)

 ‘Hesba Stretton’ and T. Henry-Muxlow (arr. Arthur Hudson), Alone in London (London: A. Weekes & Co., n.d.)

 Along the Devonshire coast (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)

 ‘Animals at the 'Zoo'’ in Lantern readings for the young 1

 ‘The animals at the gardens of the Zoological Society of London: 1875’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2

 M.A. Paull, Bart's joy (n.d.)

 ‘Bob the fireman: or, life in the red brigade’ in Readings in prose and verse

 Bobs of Oxford: or, stick to your Sunday-school (London: Church Army, n.d.)

 ‘Boot manufacture’ in Manufactures (c.1901)

 The British Museum (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 ‘Cambridge and its colleges’ in Oxford and its colleges [etc.] (1903)

 Canterbury and its Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 ‘Castles’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 ‘Cathedrals: no. 1’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 ‘Cathedrals: no. 2’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 The city and cathedral of Winchester (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 ‘City of London’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 James Scott and Robert Scott, ‘The Civil War of the Commonwealth’ in Scott's notes by the way

 F. Hayes, ‘Co-operative Wholesale Society Limited: Crumpsall Works’ in Co-operative lantern lectures (1895)

 ‘Cornish granite and granite quarries’ in Glassware [etc.]

 George E. Thompson, The counties of England: no. 1 -- Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire (London: York & Son, 1897)

 The country of Wordsworth and Southey (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)

 The county of Kent (London: Wrench & Son, c.1895)

 The county of Sussex (London: Wrench & Son, c.1905)

 Walter Searle, Cripple Tom: or, knowing is loving, and loving is doing (London: One by One Working Band, n.d.)

 Crystal Palace (n.d.)

 ‘The Crystal Palace’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 ‘Cutlery manufacture’ in Manufactures (c.1901)

 A day at Chatsworth and Haddon Hall (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)

 Amy Croft, A day in London: first edition (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 Amy Croft, A day in London: third edition (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 A day in Oxford (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 Derbyshire and the Peak (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 ‘Dick Whittington’ in Readings in prose and verse

 ‘Dick Whittington’ in Lantern readings for the young

 Dick Whittington (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)

 ‘Dick Whittington’ in several compilations

 Dick Whittington and his cat (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 ‘Dick Whittington and his cat’ in Fairy tales series B

 Silas K. Hocking (comp. I.A. Edgar), Dick's fairy (Manchester: Onward Publishing Office, n.d.)

 Alice Janvrin (ed. G.J. Chapple), Dragged down (London: Church of England Temperance Publication Depot, Edwin Sears & Co. and J. Curwen & Sons, n.d.)

 Durham Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 The east coast: from Thames to Tweed (London: Wrench & Son, c.1896)

 ‘Effects slides: series no. 1’ in Readings in prose and verse

 ‘Effects slides: series no. 2’ in Readings in prose and verse

 ‘English cathedrals’ in several compilations

 English river scenery (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)

 The English south coast: from Dover to Portland (London: Wrench & Son, 1893)

 Exeter Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 ‘Exmoor ponies: and wild horses of the prairie’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 Fannie Eden, Father, come home: a temperance story (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)

 George E. Thompson, The footsteps of Cromwell (London: York & Son, 1899)

 From John O'Groats to Lands End: or, a tour through Britain (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1899)

 Gems of Devonshire scenery (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)

 Gems of Yorkshire scenery (n.d.)

 ‘General description and statistics of London’ in several compilations

 ‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Grannie Pettinger’ in Gordon League ballads II (1903)

 The great towns of Great Britain (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1899)

 Joseph Clowes, Haddon Hall: a souvenir of the annual outing of the Sheffield Optical Lantern Society (Sheffield: J. Clowes, 1896)

 ‘Hampton Court’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 Here and there about London (c.1880)

 Historic Lincolnshire (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1911)

 The history of Great Britain: period F -- Houses of Lancaster and York (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, c.1899)

 [The history of Great Britain: period I - the Guelphs] (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, c.1899)

 H.J. Burkitt, The history of The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) (Guildford: A.C. Curtis & Co., 1917)

 A holiday in Devonshire (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)

 Holiday tour in Yorkshire (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)

 A holiday trip to Southport: England's seaside garden city (London: London, Midland & Scottish Railway, 1926)

 The home of Grace Darling (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 ‘Industry and idleness: or the progress of the two apprentices’ in several compilations

 Ingleton and its waterfalls (n.d.)

 Robert Croft, The Isle of Wight: and all about it (London: n.d.)

 ‘Jack the giant killer’ in Readings in prose and verse

 ‘Jack the giant killer’ in Readings in prose and verse

 ‘Jack's treasure: the story of a London waif’ in Readings in prose and verse

 Mark Guy Pearse, John Tregenoweth: his mark (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)

 ‘Kent’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 ‘Kew Gardens’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 Lady Jane Grey: or, the ten days' reign of an uncrowned queen (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 The land of the rose, shamrock, and thistle (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)

 The last test match (c.1908)

 The last test match (n.d.)

 The last test match (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1908)

 C. Webb, ‘Leicester Co-operative Hosiery Society Limited’ in Co-operative lantern lectures (1895)

 Life and work of Pastor C.H. Spurgeon (London: York & Son, 1892)

 Lincoln Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 Liverpool (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 ‘London’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 ‘London: no. 2’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 London: the metropolis of the world (Bradford: Riley Brothers, n.d.)

 George Haw, London County Council election (London: Daily News, 1907)

 London views: 1st series (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)

 ‘London views’ in Lantern lecture readings 7

 London views (London: n.d.)

 ‘Modern London views’ in Readings in prose and verse

 ‘Natural History Museum’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 ‘Hesba Stretton’, Nelly's dark days (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)

 Old and new friends at the Zoo (London: York & Son, 1897)

 Charles Dickens, The Old Curiosity Shop: the wanderings and death of Little Nell and her grandfather (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 ‘Old London and our ancestors’ in Readings in prose and verse

 Ellis Reynolds, Our English cathedrals (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 Our firemen (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1901)

 T.B. Lamburn, ‘Oxford and its colleges: in chronological order’ in Oxford and its colleges [etc.] (1903)

 Oxford and its colleges: [and] Cambridge and its colleges (London: York & Son, 1903)

 Picturesque Cornish scenery (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)

 W.B. Hodgson, The poor of the big city (London: S.H. Benson, 1905)

 ‘Poor Tom: or a boy's struggle against temptation’ in Readings in prose and verse

 The Railway Museum, York (London: London & North Eastern Railway, n.d.)

 Rambles about Yorkshire (Bradford: Riley Brothers, n.d.)

 James W. Knipe, Rambles round Coniston (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1892)

 Rambles round London Zoological Gardens: chapter I - animal humorists (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1927)

 Rambles round London Zoological Gardens: chapter II - wigs and whiskers (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1927)

 Rambles round London Zoological Gardens: chapter III - carrion hunters (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1927)

 Rambles round London Zoological Gardens: chapter IV - builders and miners (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1927)

 Rambles round London Zoological Gardens: chapter V - living submarines (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1927)

 Rambles round London Zoological Gardens: chapter VI - stars and stripes (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1927)

 Rambles round London Zoological Gardens: chapter VII - the upper ten (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1927)

 Rambles round London Zoological Gardens: chapter VIII - armour-plated animals (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1927)

 ‘River Thames’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 The River Thames: from its head springs to the sea (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)

 The romance of history: or, fact and fiction (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 Round about London (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)

 Royal Naval Exhibition, London, 1891 (London: York & Son, 1891)

 ‘A royal thanksgiving’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 The Shakespeare country (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1890)

 Sherwood Forest and 'The Dukeries' (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)

 ‘Soap manufacture’ in Manufactures (c.1901)

 Some interesting places in English history (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)

 ‘St George and the dragon’ in Readings in prose and verse

 The stately homes of England (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 Susie Esplen, The story of Cleopatra's Needle: from Syrene to London (London: 1899)

 Arthur Hallack, The story of the Mayflower: a lecture on the Pilgrim Fathers (London: Book Saloon, n.d.)

 A tour through the English Lake District (London: Wrench & Son, c.1896)

 ‘The Tower of London’ in several compilations

 ‘Tower of London’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 The Tower of London: [and] Westminster Abbey (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 A trip from Liverpool to Ireland (n.d.)

 A trip through Yorkshire (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)

 A trip to the Land's End, Cornwall (n.d.)

 Jerome K. Jerome, ‘Utopia’ in Readings in prose and verse

 The valleys of the Aire and Wharfe (n.d.)

 Views of London (n.d.)

 ‘Views of modern London: second series’ in Readings in prose and verse

 A visit to Cambridge (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)

 ‘A visit to the public buildings and monuments of London’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 A visit to the Zoo (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 Henry Gore, ‘A walk in the 'Zoo'’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1

 Henry Gore, A walk in the 'Zoo' (London: E. Marshall, c.1875)

 Robert Southey, ‘The well of St. Keyne’ in several compilations

 Wells Cathedral and Glastonbury Abbey (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 Joseph Clowes, Wentworth Castle (Stainborough Hall) (Sheffield: J. Clowes, 1897)

 ‘Westminster Abbey’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 ‘Westminster Abbey’ in several compilations

 Wilmot Harrison, Westminster Abbey (London: Newton & Co., 1898)

 Fannie Eden, The white slaves of London (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)

 ‘Whittington and his cat’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 ‘Why should England fear?’ in Short lantern readings 30 (1900)

 ‘Windsor Castle’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1

 Windsor Castle (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)

 Sydney Watson, Wops the waif: a story of London Arab life (London: W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)

 Sydney Watson, Wops the waif: a story of London Arab life (n.d.)

 Sydney Watson, Wops the waif: a story of London Arab life (Edinburgh: Pickering & Inglis Ltd., n.d.)

 York and its Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)

 Gunby Hadath and A.H. Behrend, Yorkshire, my Yorkshire (London: Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, n.d.)

Other references

David Robinson, Stephen Herbert and Richard Crangle (editors), Encyclopaedia of the magic lantern (London: Magic Lantern Society, 2001), 10

David Robinson, Stephen Herbert and Richard Crangle (editors), Encyclopaedia of the magic lantern (London: Magic Lantern Society, 2001), 12-13

David Robinson, Stephen Herbert and Richard Crangle (editors), Encyclopaedia of the magic lantern (London: Magic Lantern Society, 2001), 13-14

George E. Thompson, The counties of England: no. 1 -- Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire (London: York & Son, 1897), 28-29

“[Slide 23] A plot of ground, where lately stood a row of ugly cottages, is now partially laid out as a bowling green. Near here stands an important, though not a very handsome building, the 'Gladstone Hall,' called after the celebrated owner of Hawarden Castle, who opened the same a few years ago. This hall, which will seat seven hundred persons, is used as a dining-room for the employees. It is also a lecture and music hall. On Sunday evenings, a simple service is held, followed by a lantern lecture of one hour. The lantern is a very fine one, and carries 80 feet. It stands on a platform over the entrance, and the large sheet hangs in front of the arch over the stage. A music master attends at Port Sunlight, and the choir is a good one. Occasionally an oratorio is performed in place of the usual lecture. [...]”

David Robinson, Stephen Herbert and Richard Crangle (editors), Encyclopaedia of the magic lantern (London: Magic Lantern Society, 2001), 80

Derbyshire, no. 2: Sheffield to Bakewell and Chatsworth (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 41 slides, 1885)

From Manchester to Alderley Edge (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 39 slides, in/after 1892)

Historic Lincolnshire (lecture: Riley Brothers, 55 slides, 1911)

Tyler's topical slides: series 10 (news: Walter Tyler, 20 slides, 20 March 1909)

Der Weltkrieg: Der U-Boot-Krieg (lecture: Projektion für Alle, 24 slides, in/after 1915)

Friendless Bob: Kindness rewarded (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 23 slides, in/before 1910)  –  Location is credited as the background scenery

Horses at the Home of Rest for Horses at Cricklewood (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 8 slides, 1908-1910)

A horse fallen down in a London Street (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 1 slide, in/before 1910)

Metropolitan Drinking Trough Association (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 1 slide, in/before 1910)

R.S.P.C.A. Inspectors watering horses (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 1 slide, in/before 1910)

The Animal's Cemetery at Hyde Park (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 1 slide, in/before 1910)

Dog's home, Battersea (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 5 slides, 1871-1910)

A Visit to the Great Northern Railway Infirmary of Horses (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 10 slides, in/before 1910)

Camberwell Band of Mercy Lads (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 6 slides, in/before 1910)

Sidcup Band of Mercy (lecture: manufacturer unknown, ? slides, in/before 1910)

Swans (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 6 slides, in/before 1910)

Streifzüge durch London (lecture: Projektion für Alle, 24 slides, 1900-1906)

The optical magic lantern journal: volume 10 number 126 (November 1899), xiv

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