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Photographs taken in London and Kent, July to September 1960. Includes photographs of: fasciated white bell foxgloves in Kenneth and Kathleen Le Sueur's garden at their home at 35, The Woodlands, Beulah Hill; a McAlpine crane at the Stag Brewery site of the new Esso headquarters under construction on Victoria Street; the tomb of the de Carteret family in Westminster Abbey following partial restoration; the gateway to Little Cloisters; a field trip by the Geologists' Association to Folkestone, showing stone bands, cliffs, mailboats in the sea, vertebrae and ammonite fossils, gravel pits, and Mr Buffery and Anthony Quenet at Folkestone; levelling at St Margaret's Church Hall; and flint axe heads found by John Wyles at a gravel pit in Taplow. Includes index.

Reference L/C/142/C2/B/F1/11
Date 26 July 1960 - 11 September 1960
Names Buffery, Mr
de Carteret Family
Le Sueur, Kathleen, née de Carteret
Le Sueur, Kenneth Henry
Quenet, Anthony
Wyles, John
Geologists' Association
Keywords abbeys | breweries | cranes | Flint | Flowers | Fossils | Geology | gravel | Photographs | Tombs | Views | visits
Category L/C-Personal and estate
Places 35, The Woodlands, Folkestone, Little Cloisters, London, Taplow, Victoria Street, London, Westminster Abbey
Dimensions 43 35mm negative - black and white
2 papers
Language English
Level of description File


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