Liverpool History Journal 17 (2018)

A collection of articles featuring accounts of Liverpool’s rich history including

  • Liverpool’s 1918 Club – Janet Hollinshead
  • Looking into the Priest Hole at Speke – Colin M Wilson
  • Walking on Water Street. Part 11. Vanished Streets: From Prison Weint to Sea Brow –  Graham Jones
  • The House in the Woods. Holbrook Gaskell (5 March 1813 – 8 March 1909) –  John Hussey
  • A Burden upon the Public or Fighters for Liberty? The Reception of Hungarian and Polish Refugees in Liverpool in 1851.
  • Part 1 –  John Pinfold
  • Dickens and Liverpool. The Investigative Journalist – Alban O’Brien
  • Music for ‘So Noble a Temple’. The Music Festival that marked the Inauguration of Liverpool’s St George’s Hall in September 1854 – Glyn Williams
  • The Art of David Woodlock – Francis J Bremer
  • The First Years of University College, Liverpool, 1882-1892 –  Martin Strauss
  • The Rise of the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool. Part 2 – John Gannon
  • George Holt and the New Dynasty – Tony Melling
  • Richard Owens of Liverpool. Architect and Surveyor (1831-91) –  Gareth Carr