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Whitehall Collection

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Whitehall from Charing Cross, c1899, (c1900). Creator: Unknown

Whitehall from Charing Cross, c1899, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
Whitehall from Charing Cross, c1899, (c1900). The view from Trafalgar Square in Westminster, London, with the equestrian statue of King Charles I on the right

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London

The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London. The Cenotaph is the site of the annual national service of remembrance when those who fell in the Great War and subsequent conflicts are remembered

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Mr. and Mrs. Disraeli's Assembly at the new Foreign Office, 1868. Creator: Unknown

Mr. and Mrs. Disraeli's Assembly at the new Foreign Office, 1868. Creator: Unknown
Mr. and Mrs. Disraeli's Assembly at the new Foreign Office, [London], 1868. View of '...the entertainment given to a large assembly of persons of rank

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the procession passing Charing-Cross, 1865. Creator: C. R

The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the procession passing Charing-Cross, 1865. Creator: C. R
The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the procession passing Charing-Cross, [London], 1865. Our Illustration shows the aspect of the procession at Charing-cross as it turned to go down Whitehall

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Old Charing-Cross, from Aggas's plan of London, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Old Charing-Cross, from Aggas's plan of London, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Old Charing-Cross, from Aggas's plan of London, 1864. Charing-cross, the large area at the meeting of the Strand, Whitehall, and Cockspur-street, with Trafalgar-square on the north

Background imageWhitehall Collection: War Crowd in Downing St. London, 1914. Creator: Bain News Service

War Crowd in Downing St. London, 1914. Creator: Bain News Service
War Crowd in Downing St. London, 1914 (date created or published later). Crowd of people in Whitehall, near the corner of Downing Street, London, England, during World War I

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Seventh Prize Design for the War and Foreign Offices (John Dwyer, Architect): Premium, £100, 1857

Seventh Prize Design for the War and Foreign Offices (John Dwyer, Architect): Premium, £100, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Seventh Prize Design for the War and Foreign Offices (John Dwyer, Architect): Premium, £100, 1857. Government buildings in Whitehall, London

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Horse Guards, London, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Horse Guards, London, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Horse Guards, London, c1900

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Admiralty Board-Room in 1808; From a print published at the time, 1808. 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Admiralty Board-Room in 1808; From a print published at the time, 1808. 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Admiralty Board-Room in 1808; From a print published at the time, 1808. 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 41. January to June, 1890

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Exterior of the Admiralty in 1731; From a print published at the time. 1731, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Exterior of the Admiralty in 1731; From a print published at the time. 1731, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Exterior of the Admiralty in 1731; From a print published at the time. 1731, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 41. January to June, 1890

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Admiralty Board Sitting at Whitehall, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Admiralty Board Sitting at Whitehall, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Admiralty Board Sitting at Whitehall, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 41. January to June, 1890

Background imageWhitehall Collection: 'Trial of the Pyx', at the Office of the Comptroller-General of the Exchequer, Whitehall, 1854

"Trial of the Pyx", at the Office of the Comptroller-General of the Exchequer, Whitehall, 1854. The trial takes place in the principal apartment of the Exchequer-office

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Victory Day Procession, London, 19 July 1919, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

Victory Day Procession, London, 19 July 1919, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
Victory Day Procession, London, 19 July 1919, (c1920)....view in Whitehall as the naval section in the procession passed the Duke of Cambridge memorial - with the cenotaph

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Armistice Day, London, 11 November 1918, (1935). Creator: Unknown

Armistice Day, London, 11 November 1918, (1935). Creator: Unknown
Armistice Day, London, 11 November 1918, (1935). A scene in Whitehall at 11 o clock on November 11th, 1918, when it was known that at long last hostilities has ceased

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Execution of King Charles I (Title page: Engelandts Memoriael), 1649. Creator: Joost Hartgerts

The Execution of King Charles I (Title page: Engelandts Memoriael), 1649. Creator: Joost Hartgerts
The Execution of King Charles I (Title page: Engelandts Memoriael), 1649

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Horse Guards, 1850-1900. Creator: Unknown

The Horse Guards, 1850-1900. Creator: Unknown
The Horse Guards, 1850-1900. Household cavalry at Horse Guards on Whitehall, Westminster, London. Albumen print

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Ciuitatis Westmonasteriensis pars (Westminster from the River), 1647

Ciuitatis Westmonasteriensis pars (Westminster from the River), 1647

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Palatium Regis prope Londinum, vulgo White-hall (Royal Palace of Whitehall, London), ca

Palatium Regis prope Londinum, vulgo White-hall (Royal Palace of Whitehall, London), ca. 1647

Background imageWhitehall Collection: A view of Lambeth Palace from the river at Whitehall Stairs, 1625-77

A view of Lambeth Palace from the river at Whitehall Stairs, 1625-77

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Office of the Board of Trade - scene on Sunday night, 1845. Creator: Ebenezer Landells

Office of the Board of Trade - scene on Sunday night, 1845. Creator: Ebenezer Landells
Office of the Board of Trade - scene on Sunday night, 1845. Investors rush to lodge railway applications in Whitehall, London

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Sir Robert Peels residence, Whitehall Gardens, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Sir Robert Peels residence, Whitehall Gardens, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Sir Robert Peels residence, Whitehall Gardens, 1845. London home of British politician and prime minister Robert Peel, designed by Sir Robert Smirke and built in 1824

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Railway Room, Office of the Board of Trade, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Railway Room, Office of the Board of Trade, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Railway Room, Office of the Board of Trade, 1845. Plans are deposited at the Board of Trade in London. The method adopted for the reception of the documents was as follows

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Eve of the 30th - correcting plans at a tavern, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Eve of the 30th - correcting plans at a tavern, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Eve of the 30th - correcting plans at a tavern, 1845. Finalising railway applications for the Board of Trade: The scene was an animated one...But an hour remained

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Deposits of railway plans with the Board of Trade - the rush at the door, 1845

Deposits of railway plans with the Board of Trade - the rush at the door, 1845. The Legislature having, probably from an oversight

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Scene in Privy Gardens, Whitehall, on Sunday last, 27 April 1844. Creator: Unknown

Scene in Privy Gardens, Whitehall, on Sunday last, 27 April 1844. Creator: Unknown
Scene in Privy Gardens, Whitehall, on Sunday last, 27 April 1844....considerable alarm was occasioned in various parts of Westminster by the appearance of a cow

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Marriage procession for the wedding of Elizabeth Stuart, daughter of James I

Marriage procession for the wedding of Elizabeth Stuart, daughter of James I, and Frederick V, Elector Palatine, 14 February, 1613 or after

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Pair of Stereograph Views of Chapel Royal, London, 1850s-1910s. Creator: Unknown

Pair of Stereograph Views of Chapel Royal, London, 1850s-1910s. Creator: Unknown
Pair of Stereograph Views of Chapel Royal, London, 1850s-1910s. (Banqueting House, Whitehall)

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Horse Guards, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

The Horse Guards, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
The Horse Guards, 1872. A small crowd watches a guard in the sentry box at Horse Guards Parade on Whitehapp in London. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Crowds waiting outside Downing Street in London for news about... war, July 1914, (1933)

Crowds waiting outside Downing Street in London for news about... war, July 1914, (1933)
Crowds waiting outside Downing Street in London for news about whether Britain is going to war, July 1914, (1933). Shall It Be War or Peace

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The War Office, Whitehall, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown

The War Office, Whitehall, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown
The War Office, Whitehall, London, c1910. The War Office in Whitehall, central London, was designed by William Young and built 1899-1906. The building later lay empty for sevaral years. Postcard

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, c1920. Creator: Unknown

The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, c1920. Creator: Unknown
The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, c1920. The Cenotaph is the site of the annual national service of remembrance when those who fell in the Great War and subsequent conflicts are remembered

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Horse Guards, Whitehall, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Horse Guards, Whitehall, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Horse Guards, Whitehall, London, c1910. The Horse Guards building, designed by William Kent, was constructed in the 1750s. Postcard

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Admiralty, Whitehall, London, 1924. Creator: L A Hayes

The Admiralty, Whitehall, London, 1924. Creator: L A Hayes
The Admiralty, Whitehall, London, 1924. The Old Admiralty (later known as the Ripley Building) was designed by Thomas Ripley and completed in 1726

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Pendergrass delivering to William III a List of Conspirators in the Assassination plot, 1773

Pendergrass delivering to William III a List of Conspirators in the Assassination plot, 1773
Pendergrass delivering to William III. A List of the Conspirators concerned in the Assassination - plot, 1773. Thomas Prendergast (c1660-1709)

Background imageWhitehall Collection: King George VI Attending Armistice Day Ceremony at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, Nov 11th, 1936, 1937

King George VI Attending Armistice Day Ceremony at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, Nov 11th, 1936, 1937
King George VI (When Duke of York) Attending Armistice Day Ceremony at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, November 11th, 1936, 1937. The Duke of York (1920-1936) became King George VI on 11 December 1936

Background imageWhitehall Collection: His Majesty with the Duke of Gloucester, at the Trooping the Colour, 1928, 1937

His Majesty with the Duke of Gloucester, at the Trooping the Colour, 1928, 1937
His Majesty (Wearing R.A.F. Uniform) with the Duke of Gloucester, at the Trooping the Colour, 1928, 1937. The Duke of York (1920-1936) became King George VI on 11 December 1936

Background imageWhitehall Collection: King George Riding With the Late King George V and the Prince of Wales, 1928. 1937

King George Riding With the Late King George V and the Prince of Wales, 1928. 1937
King George (When Duke of York) Riding With the Late King George V and the Prince of Wales at the Trooping of the Colour, Horse Guards Parade, 1928. 1937

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Execution of Charles I. in Whitehall, 30th January 1649, c1930. Creator: Unknown

The Execution of Charles I. in Whitehall, 30th January 1649, c1930. Creator: Unknown
The Execution of Charles I. in Whitehall, 30th January 1649, c1930. Charles (1600-1649) was King of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 27 March 1625 until his execution by beheading in 1649

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Funeral procession of King Edward VII, Whitehall, London, 20 May 1910. Creator: Unknown

Funeral procession of King Edward VII, Whitehall, London, 20 May 1910. Creator: Unknown
Funeral procession of King Edward VII, Whitehall, London, 20 May 1910. The gun carriage, bearing the kings body, leaving Horse Guards Parade

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Entrance to Scotland Yard from Derby Street, c1935. Creator: Joel

Entrance to Scotland Yard from Derby Street, c1935. Creator: Joel
Entrance to Scotland Yard from Derby Street, c1935. Scotland Yard Metropolitan Police headquarters in Whitehall Place, Westminster, central London

Background imageWhitehall Collection: The Brains of Defence: British War Office in Whitehall, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish

The Brains of Defence: British War Office in Whitehall, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish
The Brains of Defence: British War Office in Whitehall, c1935. The War Office in Whitehall, central London, was designed by William Young and built 1899-1906

Background imageWhitehall Collection: West End of Downing Street, No. 10 and a Glimpse of the Foreign Office, c1935

West End of Downing Street, No. 10 and a Glimpse of the Foreign Office, c1935
West End of Downing Street, " No.10" and a Glimpse of the Foreign Office, c1935. Number 10 Downing Street in central London is the official residence of the British Prime Minister

Background imageWhitehall Collection: St. Jamess Park and the Lake Looking Towards The Foreign Office, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish

St. Jamess Park and the Lake Looking Towards The Foreign Office, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish
St. Jamess Park and the Lake Looking Towards The Foreign Office, c1935. View throught the trees to government buildings in central London. From " Wonderful London, Volume 1", edited by St

Background imageWhitehall Collection: A Living Statue in Whitehall: The Lifeguards Sentry, c1935. Creator: Unknown

A Living Statue in Whitehall: The Lifeguards Sentry, c1935. Creator: Unknown
A Living Statue in Whitehall: The Lifeguards Sentry, c1935. Mounted soldier with sword on duty outside Horse Guards in Westminster, London

Background imageWhitehall Collection: York House in 1795, (1881). Creator: Unknown

York House in 1795, (1881). Creator: Unknown
York House in 1795, (1881). York House in Whitehall, London, was designed by James Paine and built between 1755 and 1758. It was refurbished by Henry Holland for Prince Frederick, Duke of York

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Interior of the Chapel Royal (Banqueting House), Whitehall, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Interior of the Chapel Royal (Banqueting House), Whitehall, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Interior of the Chapel Royal (Banqueting House), Whitehall, (1881). The Banqueting House in Westminster, London, was designed by Inigo Jones and completed in 1622

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Whitehall Yard, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Whitehall Yard, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Whitehall Yard, (1881). Goose-Pie House and Whitehall Yard in Westminster, London, from the street opposite Horse Guards. Goose-Pie House

Background imageWhitehall Collection: Gurkha Memorial, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies

Gurkha Memorial, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies
The Gurkha Memorial, dedicated in 1997 to Gurkha soldiers, when the Gurkha headquarters moved to London from Hong Kong after the Chinese handover, sculpted by Philip Jackson, Horse Guards Avenue



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