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Images of the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Peter Whiteley, and his wife, Lady Nancy Whiteley, visiting the Royal National Lifeboat Institute's lifeboat station in St. Helier. The Lieutenant Governor is present in image A (second from right); images AA, G, K and L (right); images B, BB and CC (third from left); images C and M to O (left), images D, P and Q (second from left), and images I and J. Lady Whiteley is present in image B (left), images BB, CC and G (second from left), and images M to Q (right). Jersey Evening Post

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Reference L/A/75/A3/5/2891A
Date 26 January 1980
Names Whiteley, Lady
Whiteley, Sir Peter John Frederick, General, Lieutenant Governor 1979 - 1985
Royal National Lifeboat Institute
St Helier Lifeboat Station
Keywords lieutenant governors | Lifeboats | Boats | seas | visits
Category L/A-Businesses
Places St Helier Lifeboat Station
Dimensions 30 35mm negative
Language English
Level of description File
Access restrictions Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.
Closed until 2100
Photographer Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number 1980/2891A.

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Images of the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Peter Whiteley, and his wife, Lady Nancy Whiteley, visiting the Royal National Lifeboat Institute's lifeboat station in St. Helier. The Lieutenant Governor is present in image A (second from right); images AA, G, K and L (right); images B, BB and CC (third from left); images C and M to O (left), images D, P and Q (second from left), and images I and J. Lady Whiteley is present in image B (left), images BB, CC and G (second from left), and images M to Q (right). Jersey Evening Post
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