|Statement||by H.B. Browne.|
|Contributions||Browne, Horace B., Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society., Whitby Museum.|
|LC Classifications||Q105.E62 W44 1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 144 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||144|
The Story of Whitby When the new extension on the SW side of the existing Museum was being designed it was felt that the Museum lacked a comprehensive display relating to the history and importance of Whitby. Of necessity such a display would be mainly text and images and it . Chapters of Whitby history, the story of Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society and of Whitby Museum / with chapters by F.M. Sutcliffe, W.A. Oldfield, J.E. Hemingway ; and a foreword by the Marquis of Normanby. Whitby Museum is owned and operated by Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society, a charitable body established in January , a period when such societies operated in many British towns. It was founded by a group of leading Whitby citizens led by the Rev. George Young, a local Presbyterian Church minister, and author of A History of Whitby (). The Museum and the Art Gallery can be found in the beautifully maintained gardens of Pannett Park in the centre of Whitby. The extensive Museum Collections comprise items and artefacts of local and national interest donated over the past years, a lot of which are on permanent display.
Our exhibition in the costume gallery is From Fancy Shoes to Fishermen's Boots - years of Whitby Footwear Our next exhibition in the main exhibition hall is arranged by Roger Dalladay and the title is 'Hild - St Hilda of Whitby'opening at Easter. Whitby is famous for the manufacture of jet jewellery, particularly so in the last part of the 19th century when Queen Victoria popularised this type of jewellery. Whitby Museum has one of the best collections of jet artifacts in the world with over very varied examples which include jewellery (brooches, pendants), chess tables, busts, models of Whitby Abbey and bible covers. This is a list of children’s books (including YA) which feature/are inspired by museum artefacts on public display around the world. The original idea for this list was to find books I could share with my kids and for us all then to be able to visit the museum/see the artefact in question. Whitby Abbey: History and Stories. Set high on the clifftops overlooking the sea, the ruins of Whitby Abbey tell only part of the site’s incredible story. Communities have lived on this headland for over 3, years and it has long been an important holy place and seat of power.
The hand of glory is an old charm that was used by thieves throughout history, and as late as Whitby Museum is the holder of one such artefact, with a fascinating story behind it.. Dr J.E Chalmers, an antiquarian who lived in Castleton, bought an old cottage in cottage had previously been owned by a man who was thought to have had a bad reputation, though there was no evidence. The First English Poet – Caedmon, died before AD. The story of Caedmon recounted by Bede in his Ecclesiastical History of the English People [book iv, chapter 24] written about 50 years after his, Caedmon’s, death tells of a cowherd working on the lands of the monastery of . The Reading Room Gallery, Whitby, Redcar And Cleveland, United Kingdom. likes 71 were here. Sales of Original Art & PhotographyFollowers: The Whitby Witches is the first book in The Whitby Witches series by Robin Jarvis. It was originally published in Plot summary. After the deaths of their parents, eight-year-old orphan Ben and his older sister, Jennet, have been pushed from foster home to Author: Robin Jarvis.