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 Main Vista South :
Main Vista South
1951
 [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?]
 [Postcard with birthday wishes].
[Postcard with birthday wishes]
[approximately 1910]
 The Grand Vista :
The Grand Vista
1951
 Palestine Pavilion.
Palestine Pavilion
[1924]
 [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?]
Valentine & Sons, creator, publisher. The Fairway :
Valentine & Sons
The Fairway
1951
Bamforth & Co., creator, publisher. [Postcard with image of a woman discussing inscription to be written on her husband's headstone].
Bamforth & Co.
[Postcard with image of a woman discussing inscription to be written on her husband's headstone]
1908
 [Postcard addressed to Mrs. Wilson].
[Postcard addressed to Mrs. Wilson]
[approximately 1916]
 [Collection of three postcards].
[Collection of three postcards]
[approximately 1900]
 Great Southern Hotels in Kingdom of Kerry.
Great Southern Hotels in Kingdom of Kerry
[approximately 1919?]
Raphael Tuck & Sons, creator, publisher. Festival Pleasure Gardens.
Raphael Tuck & Sons
Festival Pleasure Gardens
1951
 Cunard Liner "Aquitania" leaving ways -- entering water.
Cunard Liner "Aquitania" leaving ways -- entering water
[approximately 1914?]
 The Flip-Flap : Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908.
The Flip-Flap : Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908
[1908]
 Cunard Liner "Aquitania" afloat.
Cunard Liner "Aquitania" afloat
[approximately 1910?]
 S. S. Mauretania :
S. S. Mauretania
[approximately 1906?]
 Celebrated liners :
Celebrated liners
[approximately 1900?]
 Centre of Western Section, Canadian Pavilion :
Centre of Western Section, Canadian Pavilion
[1908]
 Canadian Pavilion, The Minerals :
Canadian Pavilion, The Minerals
[1908]
 The Far Tottering & Oyster Creek Railway .
The Far Tottering & Oyster Creek Railway
[approximately 1951]
Wessex Yarns (Firm : Dorset, England) Three postcards advertising Wessex Yarns.
Wessex Yarns (Firm : Dorset, England)
Three postcards advertising Wessex Yarns
[approximately 1900]
 Festival Pleasure Gardens :
Festival Pleasure Gardens
1951
 "Nellie" :
"Nellie"
1951
H. Coates & Sons, creator, publisher. Guinness Festival Clock, Gt. Yarmouth.
H. Coates & Sons
Guinness Festival Clock, Gt. Yarmouth
[approximately 1954]
 The Dogs Cemetery, Hyde Park, London.
The Dogs Cemetery, Hyde Park, London
[approximately 1920]
 S. S. Cretic :
S. S. Cretic
[approximately 1905?]
 Cunard White Star :
Cunard White Star
[approximately 1931?]
 "Oceanic" leaving New York.
"Oceanic" leaving New York
[approximately 1906?]
 The Shell Byplane X-100 :
The Shell Byplane X-100
1951
 [Postcard with the silhouette of a man on front in a hat smoking a pipe].
[Postcard with the silhouette of a man on front in a hat smoking a pipe]
[approximately 1900]
 The Far Tottering & Oyster Creek Railway :
The Far Tottering & Oyster Creek Railway
[approximately 1951]
 The South Bank Exhibition :
The South Bank Exhibition
1951
 S. S. Manche entering Newhaven Harbour.
S. S. Manche entering Newhaven Harbour
[approximately 1906?]
 Seaside :
Seaside
1951
 Stadium :
Stadium
[approximately 1924]
 South Bank Exhibition, Festival of Britain.
South Bank Exhibition, Festival of Britain
[1951]
 Cunard R.M.S. 'Scythia'".
Cunard R.M.S. 'Scythia'"
[approximately 1930?]
 The Stadium Terrace.
The Stadium Terrace
[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
 [Postcard with the silhouette of a man on front].
[Postcard with the silhouette of a man on front]
[approximately 1900]
 South Bank Exhibition :
South Bank Exhibition
1951
 Cunard White Star R. M. S. "Queen Mary".
Cunard White Star R. M. S. "Queen Mary"
[approximately 1936?]
 Glasgow Exhibition
Glasgow Exhibition
approximately 1901]
 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]
British Council (United States), creator, publisher. Groovy baby!
British Council (United States)
Groovy baby!
[approximately 1970?]
 Cunard R.M.S Aquitania.
Cunard R.M.S Aquitania
[approximately 1924]
 "Nellie" :
"Nellie"
1951
 Guinness Clock, Gt. Yarmouth.
Guinness Clock, Gt. Yarmouth
[approximately 1954]
 Nellie :
Nellie
[approximately 1951]
 Cunard Liner Aquitania.
Cunard Liner Aquitania
[approximately 1914?]
 H.R.H. The Prince of Wales.
H.R.H. The Prince of Wales
[approximately 1920?]
 Seaside :
Seaside
1951
 Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908 :
Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908
[1908]
 Mountain Railway :
Mountain Railway
[1911]
 Canadian Pavilion, South West Section :
Canadian Pavilion, South West Section
[1908]
 Cunard Liner "Aquitania" leaving ways -- entering water.
Cunard Liner "Aquitania" leaving ways -- entering water
[approximately 1914?]
Valentine & Sons. Crystal Palace, London.
Valentine & Sons
Crystal Palace, London
[approximately 1920?]
 [Postcard with a silhouette of a woman in a hat mounted on front].
[Postcard with a silhouette of a woman in a hat mounted on front]
[approximately 1899]
 Cunard Liner "Aquitania" before launch
Cunard Liner "Aquitania" before launch
[approximately 1910?]