Titus Salt and Saltaire
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Titus Salt and Saltaire industry and virtue by Styles, John.

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Published by Salts Estates in Saltaire .
Written in English


  • Salt, Titus, -- Sir, -- 1803-1876.

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Statementby John Styles.
The Physical Object
Pagination43p. :
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22305272M
ISBN 100951695002

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  Salt was an industrialist who attempted to control pollution with a patent 'smoke burner', and created the first new town, the model village of Saltaire. Salt was born in Morley, Yorkshire, on 20 th September , the son of a woollen manufacturer who was prosperous enough to send the young Titus to the prestigious Heath Grammar :// Titus Salt was born on the 20th September in the Morely area of Leeds. He came from quite a wealthy background and he had a very reasonable he and his parents moved to Bradford, Titus' life in the textile trade :// (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 :// Research project - Titus Salt's original features Get involved in a Club research project that is close to home. Using Facebook and email we're collecting images of original features from Saltaire houses to document this poorly recorded aspect of the ://

In addition, Titus Salt Jnr. and his wife Catherine strongly advocated education for children and were supporters of Froebel’s work on education for under-fives.A gift of land for a new school and their campaign resulted in the provision of a new elementary school on Albert Road, Saltaire which opened in February The Inscription for this new elementary school (still operating as a   Titus Salt Centenary events in the village of Saltaire, B SAL Centenary Committee November Troughton, Marion Saltaire and its founder. B TRO From Contemporary Review, Nov. Whittaker, George The sculpting of a community: the story of Sir Titus Salt & Saltaire. From Sandoz Bulletin, No. 25, Miscellaneous   In Salt was created a baronet by Queen Victoria, thus becoming Sir Titus Salt.Ê In the last building in Saltaire was completed, and later that year Sir Titus Salt died at his home. Bradford gave him a civic funeral, watched by , people. He is buried in the mausoleum at Saltaire Congregational Church, opposite the mill.   Salts House is superbly located within minutes walk from Saltaire with it's renowned World Heritage site, referred to locally as the 'Golden Triangle' consisting of stunningly beautiful homes, churches, public halls and parks, created by Titus Salt for his workers at his equally beautiful Salts ://

  Determination by Thomas Milnes, installed Sandstone. One of a pair (with Vigilance) outside the former Factory School, Victoria Square, Saltaire, near Bradford.[This photograph first appeared in "Salt and Light: Incorporating Saltaire Daily Photo," and has been kindly provided in higher resolution” by blogger and photographer "jennyfreckles."." The other four photos have also been   Lady Salt died at St. Leonard's on 20 April , and was buried at Saltaire. There is in the possession of the family a portrait of Sir Titus Salt, by J. P. Knight, R.A., presented to him by public subscription in ; and a bust by T. Milnes, presented by the people of Saltaire in ,_/Salt,_Titus. The Gallery is named after the year that Sir Titus Salt, a Yorkshire industrialist, built a textile mill and village to house his workers beside the River mill closed in and was bought by Jonathan Silver, who, along with his wife, Maggie, converted it into the art gallery and retail emporium it is had known Hockney for many years and their friendship resulted in the Sir Titus Salt's Saltaire woolen and textile mill, Shipley, West Yorkshire, England, UK. Opened in the Congregational Church (now United Reformed Church) in Saltaire is part of Sir Titus Salts model village. England, Yorkshire, Bradford, Saltaire, Salts Mill, Bookshop, Bust of Titus Salt. One of the larger terraced houses in Sir Titus