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Monochrome photographic print of unidentified shop window in Brighton, showing household appliances and sign bearing 'Brighton's "Fuel Economy" Week, Don't let Brighton down! November 9th-15th.' during the Second World War. Shop location identified as Cas
c1926 The design of this vase is known as "Tourbillons", which means whirlpools. It is made in amber glass deeply cut with a scrolling design. This model of vase was exhibited in the Tenth Exhibition of contemporary French Craftsmen in November 1926.
1872 This is a photograph of the Upper 5th Form at Highgate School. The photograph is dated November 1872. Charles Thomas attended Highgate School and would have been aged 14 or 15 at this time; therefore it is likely that he is in this photograph. The photogr
6 November 1953 This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department in November 1953. It shows The Barn on the Parkside Estate in Coldean, Brighton. This barn was the last remains of Coldean Farm and was converted into a church in 1955.
6 November 1953 This is a photographic print made by the Borough Surveyor's department. It shows The Barn on the Parkside Estate in Coldean, Brighton. The Barn can be seen at the end of Selham Drive in November 1953. It was converted into a church in 1955.
This section of tree trunk is a piece of the mango tree under which the American journalist Henry Stanley found the missing British explorer, David Livingstone, on 10 November 1871. The tree was cut down in 1930. The brass plaque records this legendary ev
Beach scene showing wreck of a ship with crowds fighting and salvaging goods, cave at foreground right. Published by the artist, Newick, Nr Uckfiled, Sussex.
A dramatic view of over a hundred people spilling over the beach at the foot of the chalk cliffs rescuing people and provisions from the Spanish wreck near beachy head, Sussex 29. November 1747. Dup.
1899 This is a printed paper list, of cars, '... Whose Owners Have Notified Their Intention of Taking Part in the Run of the Motor Car Club to Brighton on 18th November, 1899.' The document lists the names of the 135 participants and the manufacturer each part
1914 - 1915 Photomechanical image showing a group of soldiers at an Indian barracks, featured on page 24 of the 'Brighton, Hove and South Sussex Graphic 1914 - 1915', 04 November 1915