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Saltaire, and its founder Sir Titus Salt, bart.

Abraham Holroyd

Saltaire, and its founder Sir Titus Salt, bart.

by Abraham Holroyd

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Published by A. Holroyd in Bradford .
Written in English

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  • Salt, Titus, -- Sir.

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    Open LibraryOL13840296M

    So I make no apologies for beginning so personally what I hope will be a wide-ranging selection. I also rejoice in the irony that the Victorian model village, that its founder, Sir Titus Salt, decreed must be teetotal, now gives its name to a nationally famous beer. Indeed, Saltaire Brewery also make a splendid bitter called Titus! Anon, Saltaire, Yorkshire, A Sketch History, (Sir Titus Salt, Bart, Sons & Co Ltd ), pp 24, 29 A Holroyd, Saltaire and its Founder, Sir Titus Salt, Bart (nd, late C19), pp 62(70 G F Chadwick, Park and Town (), pp (9 J Reynolds, Saltaire, (Bradford Art Galleries and Museums ) W E Alderson, Salt and Saltaire () Saltaire Trail.

      Sir Titus Salt is shown as he was in later life, with full beard and wearing a Victorian frock coat. He is holding an unrolled parchment. I can’t find any reference to what the parchment is for, but I like to think it is the plans for his factory and worker’s village. Buy Saltaire and Its Founder New ed of ed by Holroyd, Abraham (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1.

    should visit Saltaire, from the spectacular architecture, to the boutique independent shops, bars and restaurants. Saltaire takes its name from its founder, Sir Titus Salt (), and the River Aire, which runs through the village. Salt made his fortune in the . Sir Titus moved his business operations from Bradford, where he owned several mills, and in built his new mills and created Saltaire. The village had houses on 22 streets, with most of these named for members of his family, and the village's architects, Messrs.


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History. Saltaire was built in by Sir Titus Salt, a leading industrialist in the Yorkshire woollen industry. The name of the village is a combination of the founder's surname and the name of the river. Salt moved his business (five separate mills) from Bradford to this site near Shipley Saltaire arrange his workers and to site his large textile mill by the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and the ption: (25th session).

Sir Titus Salt, 1st Baronet (20 September – 29 December ), born in Morley, near Leeds, was a manufacturer, politician, and philanthropist in Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, is best known for having built Salt's Mill, a large textile mill, together with the attached village of Saltaire.

Get this from a library. Saltaire, and its founder, Sir Titus Salt, bart. [Abraham Holroyd]. (Sir) Titus Salt (), The founder of Salts Mill and Saltaire. Born in Morley near Leeds and educated in Wakefield, Titus Salt first served an apprenticeship with a wool stapler in Wakefield.

He moved to Bradford in / with his father, mother and siblings when he was 17 or 18 years of age. Source: Saltaire and its Founder. Abraham Holroyd. Republished by Piroisms Press in collaboration with Falcon Books of Saltaire, (ISBN: ) This Park is under the control of the firm of Sir Titus Salt, Bart, Sons, and Company and may be closed entirely, or used only upon payment of admission fees, on such occasions as the.

Holroyd, Abraham A life of Sir Titus Salt, bart, with an account of B SAL Saltaire in Airedale. Holroyd, Abraham Saltaire and its founder, Sir Titus Salt. B HOL Mayall, John The annals and its founder Sir Titus Salt Yorkshire from the earliest period Y to the present time.

3 vols. Murray, John Handbook for travellers in Yorkshire. A life of Sir Titus Salt, bart, with an account of Saltaire in Airedale.

B SAL Holroyd, Abraham Saltaire and its founder, Sir Titus Salt. B HOL Mayall, John The annals of Yorkshire from the earliest period to the present time. 3 vols. Y Murray, John Handbook from travellers in Yorkshire.

Sir Titus Salt died on Decem The legend of his charity, compassion and business acumen had spread far and wide long before his death, throughout the United Kingdom and far beyond its shores, where his name and the manufactured cloth associated with it was known and appreciated.

By Order of Sir Titus Salt Bart Throughout the village, cleanliness, cheerfulness, and order must reign supreme. Only persons who are good, obedient, honest and hardworking will be allocated a house in each village. Anyone caught in a state of inebriation will immediately be evicted.

All persons living in Saltaire will enjoy ‘comfort utility, healthfulness [Click Here To Read More]. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saltaire takes its name from its philanthropic founder, Sir Titus Salt and the River Aire, which runs through the village.

Conveniently located opposite the train station, immerse yourself in Saltaire’s rich history at Salts Mill, once a leading textile mill, now a place of art, dining and shopping.

Sir Titus Salt (20 September – 29 December ) was a successful businessman who helped improve conditions for his workers, building a model factory and village in Saltaire (near Bradford). Influenced by his Methodist faith, he brought a social conscience to capitalism at a time when many industrial workers lived in abject poverty.

Titus. Titus Salt A Profile and History. Salts Mill in Saltaire, Bradford is an iconic Yorkshire building. Built by businessman and philanthropist Sir Titus Salt it has a long and fascinating history. In a new book, Maggie Smith and Colin Coates profile the owners of the mill, from Titus Salt himself, to the modern day.

Saltaire takes it name from its founder, Sir Titus Salt and the River Aire, which runs through the village. Thanks to its preservation as a model village, in Saltaire was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are many reasons why you should visit Saltaire from the spectacular architecture as you wander around the village, to the independent shops and restaurants scattered around.

There have been two baronetcies created for persons with the surname Salt, both in the Baronetage of the United titles are extant as of The Salt Baronetcy, of Saltaire in the County of York, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 30 October for the manufacturer, benefactor and Liberal politician Titus Salt.

The Salt Baronetcy, of Standon, and of Weeping. A Holroyd, Saltaire and its Founder, Sir Titus Salt, Bart (nd, late C19), pp G F Chadwick, Park and Town (), pp J Reynolds, Saltaire, (Bradford Art Galleries and Museums ) W E Alderson, Salt and Saltaire () Saltaire Trail, (Bradford Metropolitan Council.

Saltaire takes it name from its founder, Sir Titus Salt and the River Aire, which runs through the village. Thanks to its preservation as a model village, in Saltaire was designated a 72 pins. By order of Sir Titus Salt Bart.

opening of Saltaire Mill in the Illustrated London News 3. menu signed by David Hockney To Book or Enquire Please call or What People Are Saying About Us. Latest Saltaire Tweets. Tweets by SaltsWalks. Saltaire Village.

Saltaire takes its name from its founder, Sir Titus Salt (), and the River Aire, which runs through the village. Salt made his fortune in the Bradford textile industry, manufacturing fine woollen fabrics.

Other articles where Sir Titus Salt is discussed: Saltaire: in by the industrialist Sir Titus Salt, a manufacturer of alpaca wool fabrics, as a model village for his employees. The community, named for its founder (Salt) and the nearby river (Aire), was built beside large woolen mills on the banks of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.

Its solid. Saltaire World Heritage Model Village. Born just across the road from Saltaire, I've lived much of my life around and about this village created by Sir Titus Salt for the workers of his Salts Mill.

Indeed, for a period in the 's, I toiled in the Salts Mill weaving sheds as a weaver of fine worsted cloth!. Sir Titus Salt, first baronet (20 September – 29 December ), was born in Morley near was a manufacturer, politician and a phillanthropist in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

His father Daniel Salt was a dry salter and then he decided to become a mother died when he was quite young. Titus Salt had 11 children. Where he worked. After working as a woolen stapler for two.A. Holroyd, Saltaire and its Founder, Sir Titus Salt, Bart., Listing NGR: SE This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.Books and journals Holroyd, A, Saltaire and its Founder Sir Titus Salt Baronet, () Linstrum, D, West Yorkshire Architects and Architecture, () Reynolds, J, The Great Paternalist, () Legal.