Proposed window for St Lawrence Church. Coloured drawing of a design for a stained glass window, with the inscription ''the son of man is come to seek and to save that which is lost'' by Henry Thomas Bosdet [possibly ink and watercolour]. Erected to the memory of Elizabeth Valpy, widow of James Le Couteur, who died 1st March 1918, by Clara Valpy her sister

Reference: D/Y/Q4/55A

Date: 1923 - April 9th 1923

Rough copy of a design for window at St Aubin's Church. For filing. Coloured drawing of a proposed design by Henry Thomas Bosdet for stained glass windows depicting I will make you Fishers of Men, and I am the Good Shepherd. Includes the inscription To the glory of God and in loving memory of John Peter Hamon, Master Mariner, and of Anne Weary his wife; also of their children Peter and Flora, this window is erected in their memory by their children, Walter, Edith and Ella [possibly in ink and watercolour]

Reference: D/Y/Q4/60

Date: 1925 - January 18th 1926

Faculty sketch for a window at St John's Church, Jersey. Coloured drawing of a proposed design by Henry Thomas Bosdet for a stained glass window depicting the Lamb of God. Includes the inscription To the Glory of God and as a Thank Offering from the Reverend of St John, E St John Nicolle, of this Parish during 34 years, and his wife Ada R Le Boutillier. Approved by the Restoration Committee [possibly in ink and watercolour]

Reference: D/Y/Q4/61

Date: 1926 - January 18th 1926

Application to the Ecclesiastical Court for a Faculty for St Luke's Church by the Vicar and Churchwardens. A Medici print of Raphael's Madonna and Child (Granduca), framed in oak to be hung on the centre panel of the Reredos in the Side Chapel [postcard mounted on an explanatory note]

Reference: D/Y/Q4/62

Date: December 12th 1926 - December 17th 1926

East window in St George's Church, St Ouen, Jersey. Coloured drawing of a proposed stained glass window by Whall and Whall Limited, possibly in pencil and watercolour

Reference: D/Y/Q4/70A

Date: July 27th 1928 - August 3rd 1928

Copy of Official Journal No 26 - containing Orders Decreed by the Military Government for Occupied French Territory. Includes correspondence relating to the publication and registration of the order concerning protection of works of art. See also B/A/W30/46

Reference: D/Z/H/K/26

Date: March 28th 1941 - April 23rd 1941

Copy of Official Journal No 3 containing Orders Decreed by the Military Government for Occupied French Territory. Includes correspondence relating to the registration of Order in Journals 1 -10 and the Order concerning Works of Art.

Reference: D/Z/H/K/3

Date: July 15th 1940 - July 24th 1942

Entertainments in Jersey and Guernsey, includes; papers re. protection of fine arts, lending of books from libraries, cinema, back up of the archives of the Channel Islands, the Catholic and Methodist Churches, and dancing schools

Reference: D/Z/K2/1

Date: September 11th 1940 - January 20th 1944

Copy of Will and Testament of Emmeline Augusta Barreau, daughter of François, of 51, La Motte Street, St Helier. Bequeaths amounts of money to Brompton Hospital for Consumption, Royal London Opthalmic Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, St Bartholemew's Hospital, Dr Barnado's Homes, St Thomas' Hospital, Jersey Blind Society, St James' Church, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, House of Help, Young Men's Christian Association, Société Jersiaise, Jersey Female Orphans Home, Jersey General Hospital, Christian Alliance of Women and Girls, Seamen's Home, Victoria College, Parish of St Helier, Matilda Ann Collings, Amy Louise Collings, John Hamptonne Lamy, Gertrude E Lamy, Catherine Lamy, Clifford George Blampied, Harriet Jane Chapman, Helena Le Marinel, Helen Robb, Mrs Scriven, Mrs Dailey, John Blampied, Gordon Blampied, Lydia Corbin, Ann E Blampied and to all Constables of the Island to provide for the poor of the Island. Includes Codicils, including one Codicil which bequeaths to the Bailiff of Jersey £8000 for the purpose of purchasing paintings for an Art Gallery, with the suggestion of F W S Le Maistre.

Reference: F/G/S1/4

Date: March 9th 1922 - March 31st 1922

File of parish correspondence dating from the occupation [items from this file have been catalogued separately as F/G/T1/2 and F/G/T1/3]

Reference: F/G/T1/1

Date: 1940 - 1946

Pencil drawing believed to have been created by Alphonse Le Gastelois [originally part of F/G/T1/1]

Reference: F/G/T1/2

Date: 1936 - 1936

George Heriot: Mr Adams had introduced him to Sir John Reynolds but it was difficult to gain access to the Royal Academy therefore he was considering his wish to be an artist. 18 August & 14 September 1777.

Reference: GD248/54/5

Date: 1777 - 1777

Papers relating to St Mary and St Peter's Church including invoices for furniture bought for the church, details of furniture to be moved to the new church, items to be collected from the old church, artwork in the new church, quotations for work on the new church.

Reference: H/B/G2/10

Date: November 20th 1984 - February 3rd 1986


Reference: J/C/BV/Q

Claude Cahun Archive Material

Reference: JHT/1995/00045

Diary written by Claude Cahun about her time in prison in Jersey having been imprisoned and sentenced to death for inciting the german soldiers to rebellion

Reference: JHT/1995/00045/1

Date: 1945 - 1945

Newscutting of an advertisement for a television programme about Pierre Albert-Birot, a french avant-garde artist

Reference: JHT/1995/00045/116

Date: June 16th 1966 - June 16th 1966

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