Henrietta and Samuel Barnett in Paegent field
Henrietta and Samuel Barnett in Paegent field
Henrietta and Samuel Barnett in Paegent field

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This photo shows Henrietta (founder of the suburb) and Samuel Barnett in paegent field on the 22nd June 1912, as well as the reverse of the original post card.

Photograph, HGSFC8
Henrietta and Samuel Barnett in Paegent field
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Born in 1856 Henrietta Barnett founded the Hampstead Garden Suburb in 1906 as an area to the north of London with affordable housing and green spaces so the working clas did not have to live in the slums she experienced in Whitechapel. 

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The Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church, located in Central Square with St Judes Church and Henrietta Barnett School nearby. Set up in 1910 it has been active in the community for over a century.

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Born in 1844 Samuel Barnett was a clergyman and social reformer, known particularly for his work in creating Toynbee Hall and the origins of Hampstead Garden Suburb, along with his wife Henrietta. 
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Display of post cards in Free Church hall documenting the history of the church.