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BP02 Panopticon Museum

Newspaper cuttings, mostly adverts for the Britannia and for other Glasgow cinemas.

Subjects: Social history, Variety theatre

Coverage: Edwardian

Contributor: Pickard's Papers Project

Source: Pickard's Scrapbooks collection at Royal Scottish Conservatoire Archives

Format: Original: Hard-bound paper scrapbook

Pages in the BP02 Panopticon Museum scrapbook

BP02.0
Handwritten lndex

BP02.1
Newspaper cuttings about the business of Moss Empires Ltd, its founder Sir Henry Moss, and the history of the business.

BP02.2
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a music hall strike, and fire at the Palace of Varieties in Lancaster.

BP02.3
Newspaper cuttings with image about the Royal Aquarium, Rothesay.

BP02.4
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a music hall strike, and Sacco モthe fasting manヤ.

BP02.5
Newspaper cuttings with image about criminal モScotch Jamieメsヤ release from prison.

BP02.6
Newspaper cuttings about the death of Tom Thumb (Richard Garnsey) and a music hall strike.

BP02.7
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and Saint Valentine.

BP02.8
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and Museum, a music hall strike, theatre riots in Dublin, and the demolition of the Earls Court Wheel.

BP02.9
Newspaper drawing and article about the Schipka pass in Turkey, and a subterranean fair in Gallowgate, Glasgow.

BP02.10
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a music hall strike, cases of fasting, plus a notice about police presence in the Canterbury Theatre.

BP02.11
Newspaper cuttings about the opening night of the Scala Theatre and a music hall strike.

Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a music hall strike, and a meeting of Howard & Wyndham shareholders.

BP02.13
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, plus a newspaper drawing about Howard and Wyndham.

BP02.14
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, and a music hall strike.

BP02.15
Newspaper cuttings about a sale at Rothesay Aquarium, the bankruptcy of music hall proprietor Bernard Armstrong, the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a music hall strike, a potential new amusement place for Glasgow, plus…

BP02.16
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, the Scala Theatre, a music hall strike, the assault of the Pavilion Theatre manager, plus a photograph and article about Mr R.C. Buchanan ヨ the MD of the…

BP02.17
Newspaper drawing and article about a fair in Gallowgate, Glasgow.

BP02.18
Newspaper cuttings about A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a music hall dispute, Rothesay Aquarium, food and fasting, a pea eating contest, and Johnny Trundley モthe Peckham fat boyヤ.

BP02.19
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, the Waterloo Rooms in Glasgow, plus an advert for a husband for Miss Lucy Moore ヨ one of Pickardメs exhibits.

BP02.20
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, Johnny Trundley モthe fatboy of Peckhamヤ, the end of a music hall strike, controversy surrounding the screening of the Berlin steamship disaster, plus an…

BP02.21
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a palmistry fraud case, a charity show for families affected by the steamship Berlin sinking disaster, a man falling off a theatre balcony, the programme of…

BP02.22
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and Museum, a disturbance at the Regent Theatre, dancer Jules Renaudin モValentine the Bonelessヤ, plus an exhibit at Stewarts waxworks.

BP02.23
Newspaper cuttings about the programme and availability of A.E. Pickard�s Britannia Panopticon and museum, the programme of the Waterloo Rooms in Glasgow, the Signor Pathe Fr�res disc machine, plus a man able to lift the weight of a horse and…

BP02.24
Newspaper cuttings about physical training and strength, the prophecy of human flight in the 18th century, Daniel Lambert who was born in 1770 and grew up to be over 52 stones, an American invention of a summersaulting car, a dinner in honour of ex…

BP02.25
A newspaper cutting about skinners at work.

BP02.26
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a woman Marie Fassnauer who is 8ft and over 24 stones, music hall disturbances and disputes, plus a handwritten label.

BP02.27
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, music hall disputes/accidents, and a woman Marie Fassnauer who is 8ft and over 24 stones.

BP02.28
Newspaper drawing of an old part of Glasgow.

BP02.29
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, and a woman Marie Fassnauer who is 8ft and over 24 stones.

BP02.30
Newspaper drawing and article about the arrest of a 17 year old woman during a suffragette demonstration.

BP02.31
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, Sunday culture in Glasgow, a music hall dispute, and the quest of an man over 8ft tall to romance a music hall performer also over 8ft tall.

BP02.32
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a dinner for the Scottish Billposters Association, the purchase of the Victoria Hall by E.H. Bostock, the meaning behind traditional sailor tattoos, and Jamie…

BP02.33
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, Wilmotメs Carnival, music hall disturbances, and a fasting exhibition at Stewartメs Waxwork.

BP02.34
Newspaper photographs and drawings of tall people.

BP02.35
Newspaper cuttings about very tall people モgiantsヤ and the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum.

BP02.36
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, the salaries of music hall performers, plus a disturbance in a music hall over the screening of a hippo being skinned on film.

BP02.37
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a wresting challenge posted by Pickard on behalf of Lucy Moore (one of his exhibits), and general entertainment news.

BP02.38
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a wresting challenge posted by Pickard on behalf of Lucy Moore (one of his exhibits), a fasting exhibition at Stewartメs Waxwork, a 103 year old person, and…

BP02.39
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, Pickardメs use of the Chronophone, and a letter about electric lighting charges.

BP02.40
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a fast in Stewartメs waxworks, the Chronophone, and a fatal railway accident.

BP02.41
Newspaper cuttings about a visit to Glasgow by the Prince and Princess of Wales, plus a disturbance in a music hall over the screening of a hippo being skinned on film.

BP02.42
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a visit to Glasgow by the Prince and Princess of Wales, the death of a 150 year old person, a failure to sell the London Coliseum, and a music hall dispute.

BP02.43
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, living statuary, a fire in Glasgow at J and R Whyte (wire cloth and brush manufacturers), and plans for the London Coliseum to be reopened as a music hall.

BP02.44
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, and living statuary.

BP02.45
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a disturbance at the Empire Palace Theatre in Edinburgh, a potential new entertainment resort in Glasgow, music hall morality , and a violation of the…

BP02.46
Newspaper cuttings about living statuary.

BP02.47
Newspaper cuttings about the death of Mr C. C. Fell (a previous proprietor of A.E. Pickardメs museum).

BP02.48
Newspaper drawing and article about the Cathcart area in Glasgow.

BP02.49
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, living statuary, a four legged chicken, plus the Chronophone and films at Unity Hall, Oldham.

BP02.50
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, the birth of conjoined twins, and Lady Julia ヨ a performing ape.

BP02.51
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a fasting exhibition at Stewartメs Waxwork and general entertainment news.

BP02.52
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, plus wanted adverts posted by Pickard.

BP02.53
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, plus wanted adverts posted by Pickard.

BP02.54
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, living statuary, a music hall dispute, plus wanted adverts posted by Pickard.

BP02.55
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, living statuary, and Pickard as a candidate for the 9th (Blackfriars) ward.

BP02.56
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum.

BP02.57
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a carnival promoted by a Mr George Green, plus a wanted advert posted by Pickard.

BP02.58
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, large children from New Zealand, plus a wanted advert posted by Pickard and his candidacy and loss during municipal elections.

BP02.59
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, plus wanted adverts posted by Pickard.

BP02.60
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, wanted adverts posted by Pickard, plus notices about Mr C.C. Fell ヨ a previous proprietor of A.E. Pickardメs museum.

BP02.61
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, plus a notice of a limerick competition run by Pickard.

BP02.62
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, a notice of a limerick competition run by Pickard, and the programme of Humberメs George Street Waxwork in Aberdeen.

BP02.63
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, small person Harold Pyott (23 inches tall), and the banning of slot machines.

BP02.64
Photograph of small person Harold Pyott.

BP02.65
Newspaper cuttings about small person Harold Pyott.

BP02.66
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, and small person Harold Pyott.

BP02.67
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, and small person Harold Pyott.

BP02.68
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickardメs Britannia Panopticon and museum, the sale of zoo animals, and a wanted advert posted by Pickard.

BP02.69
Newspaper cuttings about the programme of A.E. Pickard's Britannia Panopticon and museum, plus a handwritten note addressed to Pickard.

BP02 Inside back cover
Drawing of A.E Pickard in a kilt and a small Christmas wishes note.

Photographs of unusually tall people

Advert for the Britannia Panopticon promising "living, singing and talking pictures"

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