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  • ...their friend and fellow social reformer, Arnold Toynbee (not the [[Arnold Toynbee|celebrated Oxford historian]] of the same name). In 2007 "Toynbee Studios" opened dance and media studios, and a theatre.
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  • [http://www.toynbeehall.org.uk/ Toynbee Hall]
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Toynbee Hall]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • [http://www.toynbeehall.org.uk/ Toynbee Hall]
    59 B (8 words) - 03:19, 8 June 2010
  • ...their friend and fellow social reformer, Arnold Toynbee (not the [[Arnold Toynbee|celebrated Oxford historian]] of the same name). In 2007 "Toynbee Studios" opened dance and media studios, and a theatre.
    709 B (103 words) - 03:18, 8 June 2010
  • ...and named after their friend and fellow reformer, Oxford historian Arnold Toynbee. The Barnetts wrote in 1884, that if people from universities lived for a ...nded by [[Jane Addams]] and [[Ellen Gates Starr]], was inspired by Toynbee Hall.
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  • ...nold Toynbee]], the Hull House program eventually far exceeded the Toynbee Hall effort in ambition, extent and international influence. ...gs in the complex, with the exception of the original house and the dining hall, were demolished in the 1950s to make way for the UIC campus. Charles Hull'
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  • {{r|Toynbee Hall}}
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  • Beveridge abandoned legal studies at Oxford University to move into [[Toynbee Hall]] the pioneering [[settlement house]] in the East End of London which also
    967 B (137 words) - 07:10, 18 February 2010
  • ...ntal tour of Europe. While in Budapest, the two decided to visit [[Toynbee Hall]], which had been established in 1884 by men from [[Cambridge University]]
    4 KB (623 words) - 21:43, 12 January 2016
  • ...ouse for the underprivileged came to her. In England she visited [[Toynbee Hall]], London's famous [[settlement house]] in the slums of the city, and consu
    15 KB (2,321 words) - 16:23, 1 October 2013
  • ...rprivileged came to her in Spain in 1888. In England she visited [[Toynbee Hall]], London's famous settlement house, and consulted the head resident, Canon
    16 KB (2,385 words) - 00:01, 30 January 2018
  • ...area because a pair of swallows had built a nest in what will be the west hallway. My husband jokes that ours will be the only house on the planet with a It has been a challenge trying to learn about gardening in a drought (now apparently broken, hu
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  • ...s work to the public: "Telegraphy without Wires," delivered at the Toynbee Hall on December 11, 1896, followed by "Signalling through Space without Wires", ...coni also built the world's first "wireless telegraph" factory, located at Hall Street in Chelmsford, England, which initially had around fifty employees.
    24 KB (3,676 words) - 17:22, 6 September 2013
  • ...s work to the public: "Telegraphy without Wires," delivered at the Toynbee Hall on December 11, 1896, followed by "Signalling through Space without Wires", ...coni also built the world's first "wireless telegraph" factory, located at Hall Street in Chelmsford, England, which initially had around fifty employees.
    24 KB (3,676 words) - 06:47, 8 October 2013
  • ...s and studied philosophy, history, mathematics, and art, taking his PhD at Halle in 1904. He taught mathematics at a gymnasium in Munich until 1911, when a ...r, Spengler's pessimism was later countered by the optimism of [[Arnold J. Toynbee]] in London, who wrote world history in the 1940s with a greater stress on
    11 KB (1,749 words) - 04:05, 27 April 2008
  • ...[http://socserv2.socsci.mcmaster.ca/~econ/ugcm/3ll3/toynbee/indrevArnold Toynbee, ''Lectures On The Industrial Revolution In England'']</ref>. Historians d ...ntors in the next 100 years perfected elements of the steam engine. Their challenge in maximizing the power output was to use high temperatures and very hi
    20 KB (3,016 words) - 10:17, 4 September 2013
  • ...[http://socserv2.socsci.mcmaster.ca/~econ/ugcm/3ll3/toynbee/indrevArnold Toynbee, ''Lectures On The Industrial Revolution In England'']</ref>. Historians d ...ntors in the next 100 years perfected elements of the steam engine. Their challenge in maximizing the power output was to use high [[temperature]]s and ver
    21 KB (3,201 words) - 23:03, 29 April 2017
  • ...a gap year in London, promoting rock bands and stacking shelves in a food hall. In 1972 he became an undergraduate at [[University of Oxford|Oxford Univer ...pace of change, and he tried unsuccessfully to persuade [[John Smith]] to challenge Neil Kinnock's leadership. By 1992, after the party had been defeated
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