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 [3 postcards from the Franco-British Exhibition].
[3 postcards from the Franco-British Exhibition]
[1908]
 [Photographic postcard of an unidentified group of people and 4 wheeled wagon].
[Photographic postcard of an unidentified group of people and 4 wheeled wagon]
[approximately 1880-1900?]
 Main Vista South :
Main Vista South
1951
 [Photographic postcards of actors and scenes from "The Girls of Gottenberg."]
[Photographic postcards of actors and scenes from "The Girls of Gottenberg."]
[approximately 1907]
 The Grand Vista :
The Grand Vista
1951
Henderson & Co., Day & Electric Light Studios Rochdale. Photographic postcard of a three-quarter length portrait of a young woman /
Henderson & Co., Day & Electric Light Studios Rochdale
Photographic postcard of a three-quarter length portrait of a young woman
[189-?]
 Australia pavilion /
Australia pavilion
[1924 or 1925]
 Elite Gardens, Japan-British Exhibition, London.
Elite Gardens, Japan-British Exhibition, London
[1910?]
 [Photographic postcard of an unidentified group of people seated in an open top bus].
[Photographic postcard of an unidentified group of people seated in an open top bus]
[approximately 1910-1920?]
 Unveiling Queen's statue, Ottawa.
Unveiling Queen's statue, Ottawa
[1901]
 The Black Hawk Massacre :
The Black Hawk Massacre
[approximately 1909]
 Eighth carriage, King's duaghters and escort.
Eighth carriage, King's duaghters and escort
[approximately 1905]
 Piccadilly Circus, London.
Piccadilly Circus, London
[approximately 1920]
 The Flip-Flap : Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908.
The Flip-Flap : Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908
[1908]
Valentine & Sons, creator, publisher. The Fairway :
Valentine & Sons
The Fairway
1951
 "Titanic Memorial" :
"Titanic Memorial"
[approximately 1914]
 Festival Pleasure Gardens :
Festival Pleasure Gardens
1951
 Titanic Memorial :
Titanic Memorial
1914
 General view from Tower, Empire Exhibition, Scotland, 1938.
General view from Tower, Empire Exhibition, Scotland, 1938
[1938]
 Barmoor Castle, Berwick-on-Tweed.
Barmoor Castle, Berwick-on-Tweed
[approximately 1950]
 Shakespeare'e England at Earl's Court, 1912 :
Shakespeare'e England at Earl's Court, 1912
[1912]
 In loving memory of George Edward Dines :
In loving memory of George Edward Dines
[approximately 1905]
Raphael Tuck & Sons, creator, publisher. Festival Pleasure Gardens.
Raphael Tuck & Sons
Festival Pleasure Gardens
1951
 Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, London.
Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, London
[approximately 1910]
 Cunard White Star R. M. S. "Queen Mary".
Cunard White Star R. M. S. "Queen Mary"
[approximately 1936?]
 Guinness Clock, Gt. Yarmouth.
Guinness Clock, Gt. Yarmouth
[approximately 1954]
 "Nellie" :
"Nellie"
1951
 "Nellie" :
"Nellie"
1951
H. Coates & Sons, creator, publisher. Guinness Festival Clock, Gt. Yarmouth.
H. Coates & Sons
Guinness Festival Clock, Gt. Yarmouth
[approximately 1954]
Scott Russell & Co., creator, publisher Statue of Queen Victoria unveiled by H. M. The King at Derby, June 28th, 1906.
Scott Russell & Co.
Statue of Queen Victoria unveiled by H. M. The King at Derby, June 28th, 1906
[1906]
 Cunard R.M.S. "Franconia".
Cunard R.M.S. "Franconia"
1953
 The King and Queen with Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret and Mr. Churchill on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on VE-Day.
The King and Queen with Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret and Mr. Churchill on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on VE-Day
1945
Valentine & Sons, creator, publisher. The bridge and Palace of Arts, North East Coast Exhibition, 1929, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Valentine & Sons
The bridge and Palace of Arts, North East Coast Exhibition, 1929, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
[ca. 1929]
 The Dogs Cemetery, Hyde Park, London.
The Dogs Cemetery, Hyde Park, London
[approximately 1920]
 The Shell Byplane X-100 :
The Shell Byplane X-100
1951
 Trafalgar Square, London.
Trafalgar Square, London
[approximately 1920]
 The South Bank Exhibition Festival of Britain 1951.
The South Bank Exhibition Festival of Britain 1951
1951
 The South Bank Exhibition :
The South Bank Exhibition
1951
J. Beagles & Co. Ltd., creator, publisher. Queen Victoria Memorial :
J. Beagles & Co. Ltd.
Queen Victoria Memorial
1911
 South Bank Exhibition :
South Bank Exhibition
1951
 The South Bank Exhibition Festival of Britain 1951.
The South Bank Exhibition Festival of Britain 1951
1951
M. Ettlinger & Co., creator, publisher. Earls Court Exhibition 1904 :
M. Ettlinger & Co.
Earls Court Exhibition 1904
[1904]
 Seaside :
Seaside
1951
Heynsen, Annemarie, 1888- Annemarie Heynsen photograph album, Red Cross hospital, Leipzig.
Heynsen, Annemarie, 1888–
Annemarie Heynsen photograph album, Red Cross hospital, Leipzig
ca. 1914-1917
 Malaya from the Lake.
Malaya from the Lake
[approximately 1924]
 The Transport Pavilion, South Bank Exhibition, Festival of Britain 1951.
The Transport Pavilion, South Bank Exhibition, Festival of Britain 1951
1951
 Amusement Park :
Amusement Park
[approximately 1924]
 The Arcades and Entrance Towers, Festival Pleasure Gardens, Battersea.
The Arcades and Entrance Towers, Festival Pleasure Gardens, Battersea
1951
 "Wild Goose" :
"Wild Goose"
1951
 Hyde Park Corner, London.
Hyde Park Corner, London
[approximately 1950]
 Seaside :
Seaside
1951
Art Printers, Ltd. (Bristol, England), creator, publisher. The King unveiling Statue of the late Queen Victoria, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-on-Tyne :
Art Printers, Ltd. (Bristol, England)
The King unveiling Statue of the late Queen Victoria, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-on-Tyne
1906
Rotary Photo, creator, publisher. Unveiling of the Queen Victoria Memorial, London.
Rotary Photo
Unveiling of the Queen Victoria Memorial, London
[1911]
 Stadium :
Stadium
[approximately 1924]
 South Bank Exhibition, Festival of Britain.
South Bank Exhibition, Festival of Britain
[1951]
 Christ Church - Tom Tower, Oxford.
Christ Church - Tom Tower, Oxford
[approximately 1900]