Object: Pigeons in Trafalgar Square, London
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|Title||Pigeons in Trafalgar Square, London|
Lee-Johnson, Eric, 1930s, London
|Credit line||Purchased 1997 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds|
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- TRAFALGAR DAY (Evening Post, 19 November 1936) -
- TRAFALGAR DAY (Evening Post, 08 December 1928) -
- Sport and General" Photo. St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, ivith its attendant pigeons, one of the best-known churches in London. This church, which has been badly bombed during recent enemy air raids, is situated in Trafalgar Square, close to the National Gallery, and is sometimes referred to as the "Admiralty Church." It was built in 1721-26 by James Gibbs on the site of an earlier structure, and is well known to wireless listeners. Buckingham Palace is included in the parish, and pews are reserved by the King and members of the Royal Family, and the births of all Royal children born at the Palace, are recorded in the register. Amongst those buried here are Nell Gwynhe and other notabilities. â– â– . .â– (Evening Post, 14 November 1940) -
- Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :I've spotted most of the landmarks now, so I might head home. MG business - mercantile gazette, 30 October 2000. -
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