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Postcard

Monochrome Postcards Sports Brighton Sussex County Cricket Team 1936

Medal

c1930 This medal, "The Secret of Good Fortune" was designed by Jean Vernon in 1936.

Photographic Print

1936 Large monochrome photographic print portrait of Councillor Howard ?, Mayor of Brighton 1935 -1936.

Programme

1936 This is a paper souvenir programme for the Palace Pier, Brighton advertised as 'The Finest in the World'. The programme was made in 1936 and cost two pence.

Programme

1936 This is a programme made of blue paper with black printed text. The programme is for 'The Élite Players' production of 'Pearly Pearls' performed at 'St. Wilfred's Hall (Off Elm Grove)' on Thursday 7 May, 1936 at 7.30pm. The characters and actors are liste

Bowl

c1936 This fruit-bowl in earthenware, is moulded in relief and glazed and decorated with silver lustre. It was designed by Clarice Cliff for A.J. Wilkinson's Royal Staffordshire Pottery, Burslem, around 1936.

Belt

A double padded leather pouch with four leather tassels and straps to act as a fastener around the waist. The front pouch is decorated with black and red geometric patterns. Donated to Brighton Museum & Art Gallery in 1936.

Black Rock Bathing Pool, Brighton

This is a postcard showing Black Rock Bathing Pool, Brighton. It is a view looking northeast across the pool. A block of flats is visible in the background on top of the cliff. This swimming pool opened in 1936 and measured 50 by 90 metres. It closed in 1

Photographic Print

c1936 This photographic print shows the Black Rock swimming pool, Brighton. It shows numerous bathers gathered around the pool. Many are sun bathing while several others can be seen in the pool. The sea can be clearly seen in the background. This photograph was

Photographic Print

1930S This is a photographic print of St James's Gardens, Brighton. It is a view across several of the gardens in this street. The photograph was commissioned by the Environmental Health department of Brighton Borough Council. It was intended to serve as part o

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