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Typed letter by Brighton Mayor Bertram Southall inviting an unidentified recipient to the Reserved Enclosure of the opening of the Royal Pavilion's Indian Gate on 26 October 1921.
Printed note written by Brighton Mayor Bertram Southall describing preparations for the opening of the Royal Pavilion's Indian Gate on 26 October 1921.
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.
1940 This photographic negative is a copy of an original photograph. It shows the Devil's Dyke Railway. A train carriage bearing the number 737 can be seen driving away from the camera. A waiting passenger wearing a white hat and leaning on a cane can be seen
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
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
3 October 1933 This photographic print shows a tea room and battery charging shop in Falmer Road, Brighton. The print was made by the Borough Surveyor's Department in October 1933. The product signs on the buildings include Oxo, Cadbury's and Lyon's Tea. A small cat can
1896 Monochrome photographic print showing Russell Crescent, Brighton. Shows several villas. A red dotted line runs down the mount and photograph. A handwritten note in ink states that this marks the 'Boundary between the Parishes of Brighton & Hove'. A stampe
c1862 This pendant is partly made of material from the Bencoolen, a cargo ship which sank in a storm off the north Cornish coast on 13 October 1862. The people of Bude gathered fragments from the wreckage and briefly made money from selling commemorative trinke
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