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Hogarth's Children - Special Offer Price - was £4.99 now £2.50

Hogarth's Children - Special Offer Price - was £4.99 now £2.50

This catalogue was published for the Foundling Museum in 2007 for the exhibition entitled Hogarth's Children. The catalogue includes essays by Katherine Field (the curator), Robin Simon (the editor), Martin Postle and Janet Snowman. There are also beautiful reproductions of paintings, engavings and archive material that featured in the exhibition.

London’s Forgotten Children by Gillian Pugh

London’s Forgotten Children by Gillian Pugh

This fascinating history of the first children's charity charts the rise of this incredible institution, and examines the attitude towards foundlings as illegitimate children over the years. Reliving the experience through the voices of past members of the Foundling Hospital, this book is a fascinating social history of one of London's worst cases of poverty.

Nobody's Child by Kate Adie

Nobody's Child by Kate Adie

Kate Adie uncovers the extraordinary, moving yet often uplifting stories of foundlings without parents, an identity, or even a name to call their own.

Sapphire Battersea, by Jacqueline Wilson

Sapphire Battersea, by Jacqueline Wilson

Enjoy Jacqueline Wilson writing at her very best in this moving sequel to the hugely acclaimed Hetty Feather.

Thomas Coram, the Man who Saved Children

Thomas Coram, the Man who Saved Children

Thomas Coram, the Man who Saved Children is a must for all children! A publication produced by the Foundling Museum as a guide to the Museum for its younger visitors. Packed full of pictures, paintings, photographs and fun facts – it is a great way for children to learn about the Foundling Hospital’s history and the contribution of one man in helping to save children.

Threads of Feeling, The London Foundling Hospital's Textile Tokens, 1740-1770 by John Styles

Threads of Feeling, The London Foundling Hospital's Textile Tokens, 1740-1770 by John Styles

John Styles, curator of the exhibition and author of this book, examines the history of the Foundling Hospital and its collection of textile tokens. The book specifically explores the range of textiles in the collection; eighteenth century working womens' fashion; the importance and meaning of ribbons and cockades; baby clothes of the period; needlework; and the numerous expressions of maternal love, hope, yearning and remorse revealed by some of the textiles and their accompanying notes.

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