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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
This is a photograph of John Benett-Stanford's ship the 'Melbourne'. The photograph is mounted on card with a printed border and the photographer's name, F.C Gould, Harmer St, Gravesend. Printed on the back of the card is the message ?Established 1855?, a
c1910-1913 This is a photograph of Charles and Ellen Thomas-Stanford as Mayor and Mayoress of Brighton standing with the Mayor's Mace -bearer outside the Royal Pavilion c1910-1913.
c1900 This is a photograph of the Hotel de Flandre, probably located in Northern France. The photograph dates from c1900 and is mounted on card. Handwritten beneath the photograph is 'Hotel de Flandre', and an unidentified inscription.
c1911 This is a photograph of Charles Thomas-Stanford in Arab dress taken in 1911. Charles visited Algeria in 1911 and published a record of his observations a year later in About Algeria, this photograph provided the frontispiece to the book.
This is a photograph of Charles Thomas-Stanford in his Mayoral Robes. The photograph is mounted on card with a printed frame. Printed below the photograph is the inscription A Portrait by A H Fry, Brighton.
These three small photographic print copies are of (top) Lily and Diana Macdonald standing in the garden. (Middle) Lily, Eleanor (mother) and Diana Macdonald standing in the driveway at Preston Manor. (Bottom) Lily Macdonald and her pet dog Bushy in the g
c1890 This is a photographic print copy of Lily Macdonald sat on the grass with her pet dogs possibly dachshunds, Bushy and Faust c1890.
This is a photographic print copy of Lily Macdonald, daughter of Captain & Mrs Macdonald and half sister of Ellen Stanford. Lily is photographed sitting on a bench with Mr Lightfoot and pet dogs (possibly dachshunds) Bushy and Faust.
Photographic print copy of a painting of William Stanford (1764-1841), who purchased Preston Manor in 1794. There is a feather in an ink well to his right. William came from an established farming family and had inherited his father Richard's wealth, whic