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Palace of the People, Muswell Hill Featured Palaces Print

Palace of the People, Muswell Hill

Design for the Palace of the People, Muswell Hill: North front, by architect Owen Jones. This design was never in fact realised. The Great Northern Palace Company eventually named the palace after the new Princess of Wales, Alexandra of Denmark, who had married Prince Edward four months earlier. Alexandra Palace commenced construction in September 1865 to a design by John Johnson and Alfred Meeson rather than the glass structure initially proposed by Owen Jones. The building retained Palace of the People or The People's Palace as an alternative name. Date: 1860

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Post Office telegraph from OMHS Buckingham Palace Featured Palaces Print

Post Office telegraph from OMHS Buckingham Palace

A Post Office telegraph from O.M.H.S. Buckingham Palace, dated 15th August 14. To E. D. Towse, Esq., Swanley Village, Kent. It reads You will have seen in the newspapers that the Prince of Wales is raising a National Relief Fund to alleviate the acute distress which must inevitably arise on account of the war. Your name has been suggested by the Committee to his Royal Highness as one from whom a subscription may be expected. I am directed by His Royal Highness's Committee to express a hope that if you have not already subscribed you will do so during the next few days. Frederick Ponsonby. Commemorative Art

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

View Of Blenheim Featured Palaces Print

View Of Blenheim

1812: Blenheim Castle at Woodstock in Oxfordshire, built in recognition of John Churchill, the 1st Duke of Marlborough's victory. The architects were Sir John Vanbrugh and Nicholas Hawksmoor Original Artwork: Drawing - Wilson. Engraving - Owen. Published in The Beauties of England and Wales'. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)