Page 23 of E.A. Bowles’ scrap book relating to the garden at Myddelton House

Scope and Content

Page 23 comprises:

Press cutting and plate, 1907

Seven photographs:

Path leading to the rose garden. Caption, ‘L. Dale 1934’. Maker, L. Dale. 1934

The pergola taken from the New River. Caption, ‘1907’. Maker unidentified. 1907

The pergola at Myddelton House garden. Caption, ‘1908. J. James’. Maker, J. James. 1908

The pergola and steps. No caption. Maker unidentified. Undated [c.1900s]

The pergola. No caption. Maker unidentified. Undated [c.1900s]

The pergola. Caption, ‘Sept 1907. J. James’. Maker, J. James. Sep 1907

The pergola. Caption, ‘J. James. iv.1907. The original poles were renewed in larch after some years and when next needing renewing I tried to get enough new stems for the purpose but had to use some holly and fir. In Oct 1935 the cross pieces were mostly renewed with larch poles from Wood & Son.’ Maker, J. James. Apr 1907

Two letters:

E.T. Cook, at The Garden, 20 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, [London] WC, to Bowles, 24 Aug 1908

The Editor [E.T. Cook], at The Garden, 20 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, [London] WC, no addressee, 14 Jun 1912

Two receipts:

Two receipts for larch poles for the pergola from William Wood & Son, 1935