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Photographic Print

1890s This photographic print shows the Queen's Hotel, Brighton. It is a view east taken from the south side of the King's Road. This print is one of several featured in an album of unknown origin. This album features several views of Brighton, along with photo

Photographic Print

1890s This photographic print shows the Grand Hotel, Brighton. It is a view of the front of the hotel taken from the opposite side of the King's Road. This print is one of several featured in an album of unknown origin. This album features several views of Brig

Photographic Print

1890s This photographic print shows Clifton Terrace, Brighton. It is a view west from the grounds opposite the houses. This print is one of several featured in an album of unknown origin. This album features several views of Brighton, along with photographs of

Photographic Print

October 1887 This photographic print is a copy of an original photograph. It shows the inventor Magnus Volk seated on an electric dog cart. Volk, wearing a top hat, is accompanied by his sister in law Deborah, and his son Bert on the back. The photograph was taken out

Photographic Print

c1878 This photographic print is a {g:carte de visite}carte de visite{/g}. It is a portrait of a young boy wearing a long overcoat. The boy holds a baton under his right arm, and a cap in his left hand. The photograph was taken at Henry Spink's studio in Wester

Photographic Print

c1865 This photographic print is a {g:Carte de visite}carte de visite{/g}. It shows a mustachioed man posted in a photographer's studio. The man can be seen standing between a table and chair, with one hand resting on the table. This photograph was taken in Pat

Photographic Print

1872 This photographic print is a {g:Carte de visite}carte de visite{/g} portrait of Miss Lousia Gordon. Miss Gordon is posing in front of a dressing table and looking into a hand mirror. The photograph was produced by the studio of Monsieur Boucher in Ship St

Photographic Print

c1865 This photographic print is a {g:Carte de visite}carte de visite{/g}. It shows a seated woman wearing a bonnet. The photograph was produced by the studio of George Ruff in Queen's Road, Brighton. The reverse of the card bears the studio logo and a referenc

SAND CASTLES ON THE BEACH AT BRIGHTON. No. 91

c1900 B&W print showing a group of children on a beach around a large sandcastle. The image purports to be Brighton, but it is unlikely, as the sand and beach profile suggests otherwise ie; sand can only be seen at Brighton during a very low tide. It would appe

Photographic Print

c1896 This photographic print shows the Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway, popularly known as the 'Daddy Longlegs'. It is a view of the main car, Pioneer, from out to sea. Pioneer is in the vicinity of the Banjo Groyne jetty. It is full of pass

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