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Miss Toward of The Tenement House

W. K. Ritchie

Miss Toward of The Tenement House

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Published by BP Educational Service in (London) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Toward, Agnes, -- 1886-1975.,
  • Tenement-houses -- Scotland -- Glasgow (Strathclyde),
  • Glasgow (Strathclyde) -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW. K. Ritchie.
    ContributionsNational Trust for Scotland., BP Educational Service.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA890.G5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 portfolio :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18343974M


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Miss Toward of The Tenement House by W. K. Ritchie Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this Expedition, we’ll explore a middle-class Glasgow tenement house built in Located at Buccleuch Street, the house was the home of shorthand typist Miss Agnes Toward from until Miss Toward changed very little Miss Toward of The Tenement House book the house during her time here, and it retains many of its original fixtures and fittings.

The Tenement House was built in to suit the middle classes who could afford to rent larger flats with improved facilities, such as a bathroom with hot Miss Toward of The Tenement House book water.

It was the home of Miss Agnes Toward. Review of The Tenement House Reviewed 13 September A bittersweet experience, heart-breaking and uplifting at the same time. Visiting this preserved time-capsule you are firmly in the shoes of a Miss Agnes Toward, and her family who lived in this tenement flat.5/5().

The Tenement House also reveals what it meant to be an ‘independent woman’ at that time. When Miss Toward died in the niece of Miss Toward’s church elder, visiting the flat, realised how special it was, with so much left unchanged. In this very special extended edition of Pass It On, we visit the Glasgow home Miss Toward of The Tenement House book Miss Agnes Toward, now Miss Toward of The Tenement House book National Trust for Scotland property called The Tenement House.

Miss Toward lived there from toand her lifestyle and that of her neighbours was exactly the sort of thing we have been discussing in looking at The Sunday Post’s Pass It On tips.

The Tenement Team has been busy dressing the house with special items from the collection. 😮 Discover Miss Toward collection of Christmas Location: Buccleuch Street, Glasgow, G3 6QN.

Miss Agnes Toward was a shorthand typist who lived at the Tenement House from untiland preserved her furniture and possessions with love and care. She held on to all sorts of things that most people would have thrown away, and this extensive personal archive has become a valuable time capsule for visitors today.

It tells a story of Miss Toward, The Tenement House is a Scottish National Trust property in Buccleuch Street.

It was a home to the Toward family for most of the last Century. It seems like they never modernised or threw out anything /5(). Tenement House - This beautiful image of Spring comes out | Facebook This beautiful image of Spring comes out of the pages of Miss Toward’s Chatterbox edition.

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In the 19th and early 20th centuries, most people in Glasgow lived in tenement flats. At that time they were not referred to as ‘flats’, but as ‘tenement houses’. The National Trust for Scotland’s Tenement House is on the first floor of an ordinary red sandstone tenement in Buccleuch Street, in Glasgow’s city centre.

The Trust is preserving it as an important part of the nation’s Views: 15K. I recently only found out about The Tenement House, after being Glasgow born and bred for 29 years.

Really lovely experience, from the staff to the attraction itself. It tells a story of Miss Toward, /5().

The Tenement House Experience early 20th-century Glasgow life in this 'time capsule' of a tenement house. Miss Agnes Toward lived here from untiland looked after her furniture and possessions with love and care. Book your tickets online for The Tenement House, Glasgow: See reviews, articles, and photos of The Tenement House, ranked No on Tripadvisor among attractions in Glasgow/5().

Never visited The Tenement House despite being a Glaswegian. Finally came here today and glad I did. The Tenement House is a fantastically well preserved relics of a bygone era.

The ground floor had two exhibitions. One is permanent with general exhibits partly about Glasgow and partly about one of the previous occupants of the on: Buccleuch St, Glasgow G3 6QN, UK.

1, Followers, Following, Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from The Tenement House (@tenement_house_nts). - ** Currently closed due to Covid 19 crisis ** The Tenement House is a National Trust for Scotland property in Glasgow's City Centre.

With original features it provides a /5(). We recommend booking The Tenement House tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund.

See all 1 The Tenement House tours on Tripadvisor. Tenement House - Glasgow Attractions from Providing a glimpse into early s working-class Glasgow life, the Tenement House, restored by the National Trust for Scotland, shows how Miss Agnes Toward lived for over 50 years in the four-room home she shared with other lodgers.

Glasgow Tourism; Glasgow Hotels; Glasgow Bed and Breakfast; Glasgow Vacation Packages; Flights to Glasgow/5(). Providing a glimpse into early s working-class Glasgow life, the Tenement House, restored by the National Trust for Scotland, shows how Miss Agnes Toward lived for over 50 years in the four-room home she shared with other lodgers.

Miss Whitlaw might be the "superior woman" that Windrider says, but we suggest that Miss Whitlaw is just a superior person, regardless of race or gender (). After all, Moon Shadow early on has the feeling that he and Miss Whitlaw were family in another life; well, we. This 'museum'—really a historic home—is a typical tenement flat of the s, preserved with many original fixtures and fittings: coal fires, gas lamps and box bed in the kitchen.

Its former resident, Miss Agnes Toward, hardly threw anything out from toso 2/3(1). 1 day ago  Tenement House is owned and cared for by conservation charity, the National Trust For Scotland. It is the former home of shorthand typist Miss Agnes Toward, who lived there from to.

Tenement House is owned and cared for by conservation charity, the National Trust For Scotland. It is the former home of shorthand typist Miss Agnes Toward, who lived there from to .