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Note

Printed note written by Brighton Mayor Bertram Southall describing preparations for the opening of the Royal Pavilion's Indian Gate on 26 October 1921.

Programme

Printed programme on red paper written by Hugo Talbot, Brighton Corporation's Town Clerk. Describes the plan of events for the opening of the Royal Pavilion's Indian Gate on 26 October 1921.

Pebble

Triangular pebble. Ditch 3 Cut 3 Spit 3.

Photographic Print

This is a photographic print of Milton Place, Brighton. It is a view of the north side of the street, looking west. The low wall on the right of the photograph reveals a house with {g:Flint Cobble}flint-cobble{/g} walls and a brick front. This photograph

Chain Pier, Brighton

This print has engraved below it: ' This handsome structure was projected by Capt. S. Brown, RN and is approached by a fenced terrace under the cliff, from the bottom of the Old Steyne, 1250 feet long, and 33 broad; length of the bridge,1154 feet, width 1

Pottery Sherd

Pottery rim sherds curving into a shoulder. Ditch 3 Cut 5 Spit 4 and Ditch 3 Cut 5 Spit 3.

Flint Objects

Flint flake with some serration to edge. Ditch 3 Cut 3 Spit 3.

Flint Object

Small flint hammerstone or pot boiler. Ditch 3 Cut 3 Spit 3.

Flint Objects

Flint flakes with serrated edges. Ditch 3 Cut 3 Spit 3.

Photographic Print

12 October 1954 This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department in October 1954. It shows the corner of Edward Street and John Street, Brighton. Three buses canbe seen in a car park on the left of the photograph. In 1965 the police station opened on

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