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Lyte Collection

Background imageLyte Collection: Sixth Form Bench, and Fellows Eyot, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Sixth Form Bench, and Fellows Eyot, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Sixth Form Bench, and Fellows Eyot, 1911. Fellows Eyot is a riverside field from which the Procession of Boats from Eaton can be viewed on the 4th June

Background imageLyte Collection: Plan of Eton College, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Plan of Eton College, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Plan of Eton College, 1911. Generations of British and foreign aristocracy have been educated at Eton independent boarding school, founded in 1440 by King Henry VI

Background imageLyte Collection: Windsor Castle from the Provosts Lodge at Eton, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Windsor Castle from the Provosts Lodge at Eton, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Windsor Castle from the Provosts Lodge at Eton, 1911. Eton College, a royal foundation of Henry VI is located half a mile from Windsor Castle, built in the 11th century

Background imageLyte Collection: The Lower School and Long Chamber, 1911. Creator: Unknown

The Lower School and Long Chamber, 1911. Creator: Unknown
The Lower School and Long Chamber, 1911. Accommodation was completed in 1443, with a single class room (Lower School) below and a large dormitory (Long Chamber) above

Background imageLyte Collection: Group on the Fourth of June, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Group on the Fourth of June, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Group on the Fourth of June, 1911. Eton flourished under the long reign of George III (1760-1820)who spent much of his time at Windsor, the school in turn made Georges birthday, the Fourth of June

Background imageLyte Collection: Eton College, from Romney, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Eton College, from Romney, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Eton College, from Romney, 1911. Eton College on the left bank of the River Thames at Romney Lock. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B

Background imageLyte Collection: North Western angle of the Schoolyard, 1911. Creator: Unknown

North Western angle of the Schoolyard, 1911. Creator: Unknown
North Western angle of the Schoolyard, 1911. Accommodation for the school on the north side of School Yard was completed in 1443

Background imageLyte Collection: General View of Eton College, 1911. Creator: Unknown

General View of Eton College, 1911. Creator: Unknown
General View of Eton College, 1911. Generations of British and foreign aristocracy have been educated at Eton independent boarding school, founded in 1440 by King Henry VI

Background imageLyte Collection: Staircase to the Chapel and Upper School, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Staircase to the Chapel and Upper School, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Staircase to the Chapel and Upper School, 1911. Generations of British and foreign aristocracy have been educated at Eton independent boarding school, founded in 1440 by King Henry VI

Background imageLyte Collection: Long Chamber, 1844, (1911). Creator: Unknown

Long Chamber, 1844, (1911). Creator: Unknown
Long Chamber, 1844, 1911. Until the mid-17th century, boys ate in College Hall and slept in Long Chamber, a big, bare, dirty dormitory

Background imageLyte Collection: Luptons Tower, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Luptons Tower, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Luptons Tower, 1911. Luptons Tower, Eton College, built 1514-20 by Henry Redman to provide accommodation for the Provost, Roger Lupton

Background imageLyte Collection: Luptons Chapel, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Luptons Chapel, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Luptons Chapel, 1911. Roger Lupton served as chaplain to King Henry VII and was appointed Provost of Eton College (1503/4-1535). From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H

Background imageLyte Collection: Head II. From One of the Mural Paintings in the Church at Eton, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Head II. From One of the Mural Paintings in the Church at Eton, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Head II. From One of the Mural Paintings in the Church at Eton, 1911. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B. [Macmillan and Co

Background imageLyte Collection: The Chapel from the South East, 1911. Creator: Unknown

The Chapel from the South East, 1911. Creator: Unknown
The Chapel from the South East, 1911. Eton College Chapel built in late Gothic or Perpendicular style. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B

Background imageLyte Collection: Head I. From One of the Mural Paintings in the Church at Eton, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Head I. From One of the Mural Paintings in the Church at Eton, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Head I. From One of the Mural Paintings in the Church at Eton, 1911. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B. [Macmillan and Co. Limited, London, 1911]

Background imageLyte Collection: The Hall, from the Brewhouse Yard, 1911. Creator: Unknown

The Hall, from the Brewhouse Yard, 1911. Creator: Unknown
The Hall, from the Brewhouse Yard, 1911. College Hall was built between 1441 and 1460. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B. [Macmillan and Co

Background imageLyte Collection: Initial Word from Illuminated Charter, A. D. 1446, (1911). Creator: Unknown

Initial Word from Illuminated Charter, A. D. 1446, (1911). Creator: Unknown
Initial Word from Illuminated Charter, A.D. 1446, 1911. Eton College was founded in 1440 by King Henry VI. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B

Background imageLyte Collection: The approach from Slough, 1911. Creator: Unknown

The approach from Slough, 1911. Creator: Unknown
The approach from Slough, 1911. Bricks for the building of Eton College were made in Slough. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B

Background imageLyte Collection: Sheep Bridge and Sixth Form Bench, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Sheep Bridge and Sixth Form Bench, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Sheep Bridge and Sixth Form Bench, 1911. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B. [Macmillan and Co. Limited, London, 1911]

Background imageLyte Collection: The Cloister, 1910, (1911). Creator: Unknown

The Cloister, 1910, (1911). Creator: Unknown
The Cloister, 1910, (1911). The Cloisters provided residential accommodation for priests and Fellows. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B

Background imageLyte Collection: Interior of the Hall, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Interior of the Hall, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Interior of the Hall, 1911. School Hall was built as a memorial to Etonians killed in the Boer War in 1906-08. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H

Background imageLyte Collection: Interior of the Chapel, 1875, (1911). Creator: Unknown

Interior of the Chapel, 1875, (1911). Creator: Unknown
Interior of the Chapel, 1875, (1911). Work began on the chapel in 1441 under plans of the founder Henry VI. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B

Background imageLyte Collection: George III and Queen Charlotte at Eton Montem, 1778, (1911). Creator: Unknown

George III and Queen Charlotte at Eton Montem, 1778, (1911). Creator: Unknown
George III and Queen Charlotte at Eton Montem, 1778, (1911). George III at Eton Montem for the initiation ceremony of new boys, a custom which ended in 1847

Background imageLyte Collection: Entrance to Westons Yard, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Entrance to Westons Yard, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Entrance to Westons Yard, 1911. From " A History of Eton College (1440-1910)", by Sir H. C Maxwell Lyte, K.C.B. [Macmillan and Co. Limited, London, 1911]


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