explain that "The Principal shall be in Priest's Orders" and "The Lady Superintendent shall engage and dismiss all domestic servants". Watkins 56 Cook Eliza Daniels 18 Maggie Ludlam 18 1888 49 Elizabeth Pallot 37 Charlotte M Austin 39 Berthe L Sells 31 Alice M Barnes 28 [born Blechingley, Surrey] Annie Dovey 23 Marion Brady 27 Servants: Rosa A Allinson 19 Frances M Bradley 19 Julia Cattley 24 Lucy A B Coombe 40 Sarah Fincham 25 Ethel M Kemp 20 Edith J Mercer 20 Florence R Taylor 22 1902: St Katharine's staff in residence: Teaching: Margaret Isabel Skilton 41 Lady Superintendent Elizabeth Pollot 47 Senior Governess Jane Croudace Glen Bott 32 Governess Mary Louisa Clow 26 Governess Maude Dupere 26 Governess Alice Mary Barnes 38 Governess in Charge at Field House Servants Alice Pring (married) 36 Housekeeper (domestic) at Field House [She had three children somewhere] retired after 28 years [1892? (p.17) 1922 staff included Fanny Moore Mosley and Jane Cronadee Glen Bott 1926 Electoral register for St Katharine's Edith Annie Chubb Mary Louisa Clout Jane Crondace Glenn Bott Edith Mary Gowan Dorothea Barbara Nickal Eleanor Mary Parkes Eveline Parrott Lelia Grace Studman Frances Jennie Woodman that St Katharine's recognised the value of "mature students" whilst in Devon, and when it returned to Tottenham there was an "important contingent of mature students" in the new intake.The man chosen was the Reverend Edwin Hobson, who continued as Principal for over forty years. In the context of a women only college, this probably means married women.I hope you will disagree with it and write your own! I began it on 1.11.2012 by beginning to move online a chronological analysis that I made of oral histories and other material in , or any of the other dynamics of change.However, my claim that Enfield was the dynamo that drove the creation of the Polytechnic appears valid.Local residents of standing supported it, it belonged to the headmaster (Charles Swinstead) and was run by his family, students were charged on a scale related to , pp 10-11) At first the School was only open on three mornings and three evenings a week, later extended to a five-day week and Saturday mornings.Subjects taught included drawing, oil painting, watercolour painting, geometry and perspective.Classes in Mathematics, Machine Construction, Geometery and Elementary Science were to be taken by "At the Ponders End Technical Institute will, be special classes, for instruction in electric lighting and power transmission, a subject which lias increased importance now that electric mains have been laid throughout the district.", with teaching studios and an adjacent headmaster's house at Crouch End Hill, north London.
Elsie's mother died (89) in Bideford in the spring of 1958.Hornsey's revolution contributed much to the new Polytechnic, but it was originally (1828-1914) bought a house in Ponders End High Street that became the Ediswan Institute.Joseph Swan and Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) were (separately) the British and American inventors of the electric light bulb.Thanks were acknowledged in print to: Mrs Nancy Carline, Miss Gwyn Cowing, Miss D. says: 1984 to 1987 Principal Lecturer, Faculty of Art and Design, Middlesex Polytechnic 1985 to 1987 Founder and Head, National Centre for Computer Aided Art and Design 1986 to 1987 Founder and Head, Centre for Advanced Studies in Computer Aided Art and Design 1984 or 1985 Middlesex became the "National Centre for Computer Aided Art and Design" under Paul Brown.Freeman, Mrs at some time, and the Hornsey archives contain "memorabilia collected by Sheila Mac Ewan relating to her teaching work at the School, [1913-1957], notably printed books by Mac Ewan and others relating to crafts, programmes, press cuttings and photographs of students, staff and teaching methods". Mac Ewan and lived at 8 Chatham Close, NW11, Hendon in 1951. Later became: Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts Middlesex University Cat Hill, Barnet Hertfordshire, EN Middlesex set up the UK's first MSc [MA ?? 1987/1988 Handbook Diary: Dean of Art and Design: .