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1940-1941 This is a buff colour 'N.R. 107 National Registration Identity Card (With Endorsement)' made between 1940 and 1941. The card belonged to a female resident of Brighton, as detailed inside the card. The card is dated 22 December 1941. It was obligatory for
c1900 A black and white photographic print of a watercolour over pencil skectch by George Childs of the extension of the London to Brighton Railway from Haywards Heath. The watercolour is signed 1941. Before 1941 the railway from London to Brighton only went as
c1941 Postcard showing part of Hyde Park in London, with several trees and flowers visible. Printed caption reads 'London Crocus Time in Hyde Park'. Postcard is addressed to Mrs Young, "Alessta"(?), Seaway Lane, Chelston, Torquay, Devon. Postmarked LONDON E1 2.
c1941 Postcard showing the headmaster's house at Harrow. Printed caption reads 'HEAD MASTER'S HOUSE, HARROW. (331).' Postcard is addressed to Mrs Young, "Alesta"(?), Seaway Lane, Cheston, Torquay, Devon. Postmarked LONDON F I. 4(?).PM DEC 3 1941.
20 November 1941 This is a paper letter from Southdown Motor Services Ltd., dated 20 November 1941. It is informing the female recipient of her appointment as a bus conductress in Brighton, on a temporary basis.
1941 This a food ration book, issued on 6 January 1941. Ration books were issued through Local Food Offices by the Ministry of Food. Inside the front of the ration book are the names and addresses of the retailers used by the book's owner to purchase food rati
30 August 1941 This photographic print shows Clifton Terrace, Brighton. The print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department in August 1941. The area of land pictured was the proposed site of an Emergency Water Supply tank. During the Second World War, Brighton suffe
c1941 Postcard showing a photographic print of a flock of sheep grazing on the South Downs in Sussex. Printed caption reads 'PEACEFUL DAYS IN SUSSEX'. Postcard is addressed to Mrs Young, "Alessta"(?), Seaway Lane, Chelston, Torquay, Devon. Postmarked LONDON E1(
c1941 Postcard showing a shepherd and his sheep dog returning a flock of sheep to the fold on the South Downs in Sussex. The shepherd holds a crook in his right hand. Printed caption reads '2191. RETURNIING TO THE FOLD. ON THE SUSSEX DOWNS.' Postcard is address
c1941 Postcard showing a watercolour by Charles E. Flower of a view of Eton College, showing a row boat on the river and some trees, with the college buildings in the background. Printed caption reads 'Eton College.' Postcard is addressed to Mrs Young, "Alesta"