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Scene in the Infirmary of Horsham Jail

John Holloway sits on a chair with a table and a bench in front of him. There is a hat on the table. He is seated next to his mother whilst Mr Nute stands nearby holds his hands up in front of him. Rev. Wetherby talks to Mr Dodswell both holding their hat

Song Sheet

1902 This is a paper song sheet detailing lyrics for songs that were sung at a Children's Fete. The fete celebrated the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra and was held in Preston Park on Tuesday 1 July 1902. The songs featured include 'God Save

Mug

1902 This is a ceramic mug to commemorate the coronation of H.M. King Edward VII and H.M. Queen Alexandra on June 26 1902. The mug is decorated with blue transfer prints of the portraits of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Britannia and the lion and the co

Mug

1902 This is a ceramic mug to commemorate the coronation of H.M. King Edward VII and H.M. Queen Alexandra on June 26 1902. The mug is decorated with brown transfer prints of the portraits of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Britannia and the lion, and the

Old Preston Church after Fire, June'23.

Monochrome photographic postcard of the exterior of Preston Church, Brighton, showing fire damage to the roof in June 1906

Old Preston Church after Fire 23/6/06

Monochrome photographic postcard of the exterior of Preston Church, Brighton, showing fire damage to the roof in June 1906

Entrance to Preston Park

1920 Monochrome postcard showing Preston Park entrance gates

Preston Park

Map of Preston Park area. Ordnance Survey 1898. Original map fragile.

Badge

1926 This badge is for Preston Bowls Club. The badge, in gold and enamel, has the Stanford family crest of a horn on yellow and black shield with the words Preston B C Sussex. On the back is inscribed Alderman C. Thomas-Stanford October 16th 1926. It has a bla

Preston Park. Brighton.

1907 This postcard shows a hand-tinted colour image of Preston Park, Brighton. It is a view across the park towards the clock tower. The reverse bears a stamp, address and handwritten message in pencil. The message reads Colour postcard bearing hand-tinted ima

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