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15 May 1969 This photographic print shows the backs of several houses in an unidentified street in Brighton. It is possible that these houses may have been located in George Street, as the date of the photograph coincides with a survey of Howell's Almshouses in that
c1925 The figure, in patinated bronze and ivory on a marble base, of an Egyptian dancer was designed by Claire-Jeanne-Roberte Colinet (fl.1910-1940), a Belgian designer whose work regularly incorporated theatrical themes. This figure may be based on a dancer fr
c1850 This globular earthenware teapot has a curved spout and a loop handle with a thumb grip. All parts have a printed design of imitation wood grain with a light lustrous orange glaze. Inscribed on each side are: 1) "Happy may you be/ and long may you live to
c1760 These two fragments of a coffee pot in soft paste porcelain are printed in black with: 1) a man playing the lute to a shepherdess in a landscape, and; 2) a couple beside a fountain in a landscape. The fragments may or may not be from the same pot. They ar
June 1926 This delegates badge was worn by Henry D Roberts at the 1926 Electrical Contractors Association Incorporated conference. The General Strike took place in May 1926 so the convention had plenty to talk about.
1908 Digital image of newspaper photograph of the Hilton sisters, conjoined twins named Daisy and Violet. Image published in Brighton Herald, May 16 1908. Shows twins at 3 months old, and claimed to be the first published image of the sisters.
c1958 This is a photographic print of a house in an unidentified area of Brighton. The building is in a fairly dilapidated state, and may be derelict. This photograph was commissioned by the Environmental Health department of Brighton Borough Council. It formed
1930s This photographic print shows several rows of boys from Brighton Boys' Brigade. The group is gathered outside a railway station, possibly on their way to camp. The boys heads are bowed and their hats have been removed. This suggests that they may have bee
c1910 This photographic print shows a tool shed at Brighton Railway Station. It is a view from an elevated position looking across the room. There are no people in the room, which suggests that it may have been taken outside of normal working hours.
This is a photographic print of soldiers from the 1st Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery Volunteers. This was a military unit based in Brighton which was made up of part-time soldiers. Many of the men are wearing medals, which suggests that they may have had