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Anthus campestris

This case of nine mounted Tawny Pipits depicts male and female adult birds and their young, in a setting which is a recreation of their natural habitat. A pair of these, a male and female, are from the Vauncey Harpur Crewe collection. Another adult male c

The Landlord Cometh

Born in 1894 in London, Jack Cummins lived in Brighton from 1959. This book was published on the day of his death ? 9th October 1981, so sadly, it also becomes his memorial. Jack was a religious young altar boy who worshipped in the Chapel of St. Anselm a

Photographic Print

This photographic print shows the coffin of the Reverend Henry Wagner, Vicar of Brighton. The coffin bears an inscription and cross on the lid. It is situated on top of a stone plinth at an oblique angle. Henry Wagner served as Vicar of Brighton from 1824

St. Ann's Well

c1902 A postcard bearing a hand tinted photographic image of St. Ann's Well. The main subject of the postcard is a large villa with several columns and the words St Ann's Well written on the side of the building. It also has the word water below the title sign,

Chain Pier.

Small vignette of a larger view (H1926.40.c) from the sea looking north and west. The buildings along the seafront are shown in some detail and the pier is in the centre of the picture. A boat in sail to the right foreground and the steam clipper is to th

The Royal Palace and Suspension Chain Pier, Brighton.

View from the sea looking north and west. The buildings along the seafront are shown in some detail and the pier is in the centre of the picture. A boat in sail to the right foreground and the steam clipper is to the east side of the pier end. On the left

The Royal Palace and Suspension Chain Pier, Brighton

View from the sea looking north and west. The buildings along the seafront are shown in some detail and the pier is in the centre of the picture. A boat in sail to the right foreground and the steam clipper is to the east side of the pier end. On the left

The Royal Palace, and Suspension Chain Pier, Brighton.

View from the sea looking north and west. The buildings along the seafront are shown in some detail and the pier is in the centre of the picture. A boat in sail to the right foreground and the steam clipper is to the east side of the pier end. On the left

The Royal Palace, and Suspension Chain Pier, Brighton.

View from the sea looking north and west. The buildings along the seafront are shown in some detail and the pier is in the centre of the picture. A boat in sail to the right foreground and the steam clipper is to the east side of the pier end. On the left

Asylum for the Blind at Brighton

Newspaper clipping of Front view of the school for the Blind in Brighton. Four storey building with decorative Gothic windows. Plaque above door with four seated figures around one standing figure. Statue above with one standing figure and one figuer of a

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