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  London 1851
The exhibits and the nature of the interior are discussed in the essay accompanying the image of the nave of the Crystal Palace, a photograph by Philip H. Delamotte.
According to Patrick Beaver in The Crystal Palace, 1851-1936: a portrait of Victorian Enterprise "the destruction of the Crystal Palace portended the end of the age-old system of values, attitudes and morals already being undermined in the 1930's and which was to be swept away finally by the war of 1939" (146).
The skeleton of the Crystal Palace stands in the background as two workers haul away rubble at the foot of a billboard declaring the "Dismantling by Thomas W Ward, LTD." The iron ribs that support the vault are clearly visible in the photo, as the surrounding sheathing materials have been destroyed.
www.lib.umd.edu /ARCH/honr219f/1851lond.html   (4208 words)

 Crystal Palace Campaignp154-delam_sale
History in focus: one of the images of Crystal Palace taken by Philip Henry Delamotte.
He was recording the palace after its transfer to Sydenham, south London, from Hyde Park, where Joseph Paxton designed it as the centrepiece of the 1851 Great Exhibition.
This happened with the 1951 Festival of Britain, with its pleasure gardens at Battersea, and it occurred with the Crystal Palace.
www.crystal.dircon.co.uk /p154-delam_sale.htm   (464 words)

 New York 1853
The New York Crystal Palace was in the shape of a Greek cross, with each of the arms being of equal length.
Underlying this conflict were the naive expectations that the American Crystal Palace would be able to cement the Union as the United States inched closer and closer towards the threat of a civil war.
This image of the construction of the New York Crystal Palace exemplifies both the physical stature of the building as the first of its kind in the United States, and evokes the excitement that must have pervaded New York City as the first world's fair on American soil drew near.
www.lib.umd.edu /ARCH/honr219f/1853nyci.html   (3815 words)

For instance, it is possible to compare the commencement of the organic "humanness" with technology to the notion of the "Crystal Palace." An analogy that is due to the loss of the organic in favor of mass-production as a result of the augmented utilization of technology.
Thus, the "Crystal Palace" can be used as a metaphor for not only the deterioration of the boundaries of organic and technology, it can symbolize the gradual "death" of the organic in favor of the technology as embodied by the modern age.
The interior of the "Crystal Palace" attempts to compensate for the moden mediums of steel and glass.
it.stlawu.edu /~hmarsh16/cyborgsfifthpage.html   (503 words)

 Crystal Palace Form•Z model and Radiance rendering documentation
The IATH Crystal Palace model was created as part of Michael Levinson's "Monuments and Dust" project.
The Crystal Palace was modular, built on grid of 24' x 24' units.
Due to the repetitive nature of the Crystal Palace model, symbols were created in a Form•Z library for the parts used in multiple locations.
jefferson.village.virginia.edu /~spw4s/CrystalPalace.html   (2932 words)

 The Worlds Fair and Exposition Information and Reference Guide
The building was known as the HMS Crystal Palace when it was occupied by 125,000 men during World War I. Around 7:30 PM on the night of November 30, 1936, a fire broke out in the center transept.
It is staffed by volunteers from the Crystal Palace Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the history of the Park.
Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, Hawkins and the Crystal Palace, Paper Dinosaurs, The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins, ZoomDinosaurs.
www.earthstation9.com /1851_lon.htm   (3059 words)

 The Crystal Palace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Crystal Palace was an iron and glass building originally erected in London's Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851.
Seen in its grand magnificence, the new Crystal Palace again displayed the genius of its creator, Joseph Paxton, who was knighted in recognition of his work.
The Crystal Palace was the prototype for several other exhibition buildings, including the New York Crystal Palace of 1853 and the Glaspalast in Munich of 1854.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Crystal_Palace   (2015 words)

 19c crystal palace
The Crystal palace which housed it was designed by Joseph Paxton, who had been the head gardener at Chatsworth.
It's worth remembering that in a sense there were two Crystal Palaces, the original in Hyde Park, and a second in Sydenham where the original, much enlarged and using twice as much glass was moved in 1854.
Tallis's comments, which were echoed by many of his contemporaries, encapsulate some of the ways in which the Great Exhibition and the Crystal Palace served both to integrate and to segregate Victorian society along social, regional, occupational, and gender lines.
www.st-andrews.ac.uk /~city19c/viccity/crystal1.html   (920 words)

 the Crystal Palace Foundation - Home
The Aims of the Great Exhibition in the Crystal Palace (then in Hyde Park) ‘to promote the works of industries of all nations’ were continued after the exhibition by turning the organising Royal Commission into a permanent body.
These images of c 1859 show the Palace at the height of its international fame: nothing had ever been devised like this structure and its amazingly varied contents.
As part of the opening of the Great Exhibition on 1 May 1851 at Crystal Palace (Hyde Park), she participated in various oratorios, Elijah, Messiah and Creation with the famous tenor Sims Reeves.
www.crystalpalacefoundation.org.uk /default.asp?file=links   (921 words)

 The Crystal Palace Television Studios (1933-1936)
One of the outbuildings to survive was the Rotunda, the subject of an interesting article by Kenn Kiss in the magazine of the Crystal Palace Foundation.
Designed and built at the Crystal Palace, unusual steps had to be taken to avoid infringement of a Marconi patent on neutralising, a technique necessary with triode power amplifiers to prevent self oscillation.
A most spectacular conflagration lit up the London skyline on the night of the 30th November 1936, when the Crystal Palace, together with the Baird complex, was burnt to the ground.
www.bairdtelevision.com /crystalpalace.html   (2149 words)

 Football365.com - Crystal Palace - Football365 News
Crystal Palace boss Peter Taylor is looking forward to a selection dilemma ahead the clash with Colchester.
Crystal Palace's Dougie Freedman believes he is beginning to form a strong partnership with Shefki Kuqi.
Crystal Palace boss Peter Taylor has paid tribute to QPR chief John Gregory ahead of the sides' clash.
www.football365.com /teams/crystal_palace/0,17032,8715,00.html   (535 words)

 Palace Echo
This book is brought to you by the same team that produced the seminal We all follow the Palace.
A lavish publication covering every aspect of the ground in the shadow of the Crystal Palace for the early FA Cup Finals.
Palace Echo aim to fulfill all orders within 7 working days, however 21 days is the most you should expect to wait (to allow for staff holidays and ordering in of stock).
www.palace-echo.net /shop_books.shtml   (1155 words)

 the Crystal Palace Foundation - Home
It was in July 1979 that a group of enthusiasts came together to form the Crystal Palace Foundation dedicated to preserving the history of the Crystal Palace.
One of their aims was to create a museum on the site and this was achieved in 1990 when the Crystal Palace Museum was opened on Anerley Hill, staffed solely by Crystal Palace Foundation volunteers.
The site is full of Crystal Palace history, maps of the park and some ideas for it's future.
www.crystalpalacefoundation.org.uk   (293 words)

 Crystal Palace Television Studios
We are happy now to introduce what is probably the first serious appreciation of Baird's studios at Crystal Palace, certainly the most detailed yet.
At the Crystal Palace telecline equipment figured prominently in the development programme.
Designed and built at the Crystal Palace, unusual stapes had to be taken to avoid infringement of a Marconi patent on neutralising, a technique necessary with triode power amplifiers to prevent self oscillation.
www.icce.rug.nl /~soundscapes/VOLUME01/Crystal_Palace.shtml   (1888 words)

 The Crystal Palace
All images herein are, or are believed to be, in the public domain.
An advert from an 1852 issue of the Globe and Traveller for stock in the Crystal Palace Company founded to move the palace from Hyde Park to Sydenham.
The Palace on fire, from the Illustrated London News of 5 December 1936.
www.ric.edu /rpotter/cryspal.html   (366 words)

 Crystal palace Stock Photos and Images. 46 Crystal palace pictures and photography available to search from over 100 ...
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 Photograph of Crystal Palace (c.1853) by Philip Henry Delamotte - the Jerwood photography project at the British Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
After the closure of the 1851 Great Exhibition, the Crystal Palace which had housed it was dismantled and transferred to Sydenham in South London.
Philip Henry Delamotte's photographic record of its reconstruction on the new site is an early example of the use of photography to create a detailed record of the progress of a civil engineering project.
This elegant architectural vista is one of a hundred photographs by Delamotte recording the construction of the Crystal Palace and published as Photographic Views of the progress of the Crystal Palace, Sydenham (London, 1855).
www.bl.uk /jerwood/jerwoodmaking1.html   (169 words)

 The Great Exhibition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Machinery Department of the Crystal Palace (b and w drawing)
Perspectival Drawing of the Crystal Palace (b and w)
View of the Crystal Palace from the exterior steam plant
www.cc.utah.edu /~tsk2/greatexhibition.html   (254 words)

 Images of Crystal Palace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Read The Crystal Palace to learn about the building and its park.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Images_of_Crystal_Palace   (161 words)

 Google Sightseeing » Post Archive » The Crystal Palace
The Crystal Palace was a huge iron and glass building originally erected in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 (photo tour).
Today the park where it stood is still known as Crystal Palace Park, but where the building originally was, now stands the 222 metre Crystal Palace Transmitter, which is surprisingly, London’s 2nd tallest structure (second only to Canary Wharf!).
Thumbnail images are copyright Google and other companies, visit Google for full legal notices.
googlesightseeing.com /2006/08/24/the-crystal-palace   (395 words)

 Crystal Palace Campaign home
The Crystal Palace Campaign is a popular movement which has successfully prevented a 20-cinema multiplex from being built on the historic, Grade II* listed site in Crystal Palace Park where the re-built (Sydenham) Crystal Palace used to stand.
a Limestone Lady from Crystal Palace Park; quite by chance, she was standing in a garden amongst fruit trees looking quite at home - but home was formerly in Crystal Palace Park.
He was wheeled in a chair through a flower show and, although surrounded by the plants he had always loved, he was unable to complete the journey.
www.crystal.dircon.co.uk /crystal_home.htm   (1558 words)

 Daily Scream: 13 September 2035   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
While previous orbital platforms had no capability to adjust their own orbits, the space station was equipped with a revolutionary combination of gyroscopic stabalizers and ion pulse thrusters to keep the station at the proper altitude.
Minutes prior to the breakup of the station, a large jump in communcations and telemetry data was observed coming from Crystal Palace.
NASA and ESA engineers have begun studying images of Crystal Palace in flight, but have yet to decide if the ion engines posed a danger to the station.
www.romanorum.net /cyberpunk/screamsheets/13september2035.html   (911 words)

 Crystal Palace - Joseph Paxton - Great Buildings Online
An excellent, fascinating book on development of building-related technologies and processes, and how they intertwine over time with building aesthetics.
The Crystal Palace, or The Great Exhibition of 1851: An Overview
We appreciate your suggestions for links about Crystal Palace.
www.greatbuildings.com /buildings/Crystal_Palace.html   (234 words)

 Syracuse University School of Architecture - ARC523 Advanced Building Systems - Crystal Palace
Syracuse University School of Architecture - ARC523 Advanced Building Systems - Crystal Palace
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No text, images or content on this page may be copied or linked to without the author's express written permission.
soa.syr.edu /faculty/bcoleman/ARC523/lectures/523.Crystal.Palace.images.html   (68 words)

 Yarndex Knitting + Crochet Directory - Crystal Palace Kiddo Print Yarn
Crystal Palace's "Kiddo Print" is a super soft, fuzzy boucle and eyelash yarn.
Made of nylon, it can be hand washed and dried flat.
Crystal Palace - Kiddo Print - Fall 2005
yarndex.com /yarn.cfm?yarn_id=2605   (87 words)

 Apothecary's Drawer Weblog
The latter citation was from the introduction to Hurley's composite war images at Peter Marquis-Kyle's Marking Time blog entry.
He was able to get quality source images under harrowing circumstances where most of us would scarcely be capable of operating a camera, let alone a cumbersome plate camera on a tripod.
The Guardian and other UK newspapers are reporting Previously unseen images of Crystal Palace up for sale.
www.raygirvan.co.uk /apoth/2004_08_01_arc.html   (3480 words)

 Stock Images of Crystal Palace (1886-87), Parque del Buen Retiro Madrid Spain - Search Photography Photos Pictures and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Stock Images of Crystal Palace (1886-87), Parque del Buen Retiro Madrid Spain - Search Photography Photos Pictures and Photo Clip Art - B20-364116, B20-364116.jpg
Crystal Palace (1886-87), Parque del Buen Retiro Madrid Spain
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 RTÉ.ie Sport - Palace sign young Aussie midfielder
Crystal Palace have signed Australian midfielder Anthony Danze on a two-year contract subject to international clearance.
The 20-year-old has been capped at under-20 level and was part of his country's Olympic squad at the recent Athens Games.
Earlier this week, Palace manager Iain Dowie signed Greece midfielder Vassilios Lakis.
www.rte.ie /sport/2004/1002/palace.html   (65 words)

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