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Lover's Walk, Preston Park, Brighton.

1904 This postcard shows a photographic image of Lover's Walk, Preston Park, Brighton. It is a view along a tree-lined path. A lone walker can be seen facing away from the camera. The reverse bears a stamp, address and a handwritten message: 'This is not like

John William Holloway

A man sitting on a chair, he has dark hair and sideburns. He wears a white shirt with a tie and a high cropped jacket. Writing on the print above the name; 'A correct likeness, from a Painting, executed by Mr J. Parez, of Brighton, at the particular reque

John William Holloway

A man sitting on a chair, he has dark hair and sideburns. He wears a white shirt with a tie and a high cropped jacket. Writing on the print above the name; 'A correct likeness, from a Painting, executed by Mr J. Parez, of Brighton, at the particular reque

John William Holloway

A man sitting on a chair, he has dark hair and sideburns. He wears a white shirt with a tie and a high cropped jacket. Writing on the print above the name; 'A correct likeness, from a Painting, executed by Mr J. Parez, of Brighton, at the particular reque

John William Holloway

A man sitting on a chair, he has dark hair and sideburns. He wears a white shirt with a tie and a high cropped jacket. Writing on the print above the name; 'A correct likeness, from a Painting, executed by Mr J. Parez, of Brighton, at the particular reque

Photograph

Monochrome photograph of Brighton Transport: Double Decker Open Top Preston Circus & Patcham

Glass Plate Negative

Monochrome glass plate negative bearing image of Preston Circus Fire Station.

Guest arriving at Preston Manor c1910

Photographic print of the arrival of guests at Preston Manor c1910. The photograph shows Charles and Ellen Thomas-Stanford standing in the doorway at the top of the entrance stairs at Preston Manor. The chauffer's temporarily stand or sit next to the driv

Preston Village

1913 Monochrome photographic postcard of shops at Preston Village, Preston Road, Brighton. Upside-down handwritten message on reverse, 'Do you remember this place as one of your old haunts ...' addressed to Bombadier Denton in Karachi, India. Card also with po

Coronation June 1911. Preston Park.

June 1911 Monochrome photographic postcard of large group of children seated in Preston Park, Brighton. Front rows consist of girls wearing white dresses and large bonnetts. Numerous numbered stalls can be seen in background. Event organised in celebration of the c

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