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Pages of notes which relate to the negative images in Red Contact File 13 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The notes concern the subject content of the images, they also include Jersey Weekly Post (JWP) references, and date from April to July 1939.

Reference

L/A/75/A4/13/1

Date

1939-04 - 1939-07

Names

Evening Post
EP
Jersey Weekly Post
Royal Jersey Golf Club
Barton, Pam
Bateman, G D
Bouley Bay Hill Climb
Aldridge, Yvonne
F B Fields
Jersey Green Room Club
Jersey Swimming Club
Horman, Arthur
Logan, Syd
Jocelyn, Bill
Hacquoil, G De La P
Jersey Dog Club
Howard, Mrs
Airport
Royal Militia Island of Jersey
Bishop of Winchester
Blampied, Edmund
Gorin, T
St Saviour's Central school
Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society
Royal Irish Fusiliers
Jersey Swimming Club
Havre des Pas Bathing Pool
Brig-y-Don
Royal Army Service Corps
HMS Jersey
HMS Sheffield
Attenborough, T W

Keywords

photographic archives | business archives | photographic negatives | contact sheets | old photos | Photographs | Newspapers | images | Pictures | digital scanning | jobs | Second World War | 1930s | Golf | golf professionals | Golfers | Hill Climbs | Bouley Bay | clubs | shows | Springfield | Football | clubs | motor racing | Motorbikes | dog shows | Muratti | Potatoes | harvesting | Picquet House | Army | training | target practice | trenches | St Clement | cattle shows | Showjumping | horticultural societies | shows | St Clement | Jersey Airport | St Brelade | foals | essays | competitions | agricultural shows | Jersey cows | Dinard | Swimming | Electricity | lights | Gorey Pier | Victoria College | inspections | accidents | Ships | visits

Dimensions

13 papers

Language

English

Level of description

file

Creator

: Jersey Evening Post

Access Restriction

Closed for Preservation. Please view digital image online.

Closed until

2039-07

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