Photographic slide of two children looking at an exhibit displaying money and coins of the Channel Islands in the Postal Section of the Channel Islands Exhibition at the Commonwealth Institue

Reference: P/09/A/4085

Date: September 30th 1983 - September 30th 1983

Photographic slide of a man and a girl standing in a yard beside a tractor

Reference: P/09/A/4106

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of a group of children and adults under a tree amongst gardens

Reference: P/09/A/4175

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of two children sat outside one of the log cabins at Crabbé Activities Base

Reference: P/09/A/4189

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of children outside the main cabins of Crabbé Activities Base

Reference: P/09/A/4190

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of children doing conservation work at Crabbé Activities Base

Reference: P/09/A/4191

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of children outside the toilets at Crabbé Activities Base

Reference: P/09/A/4192

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of children playing on the beach at ?St Ouen

Reference: P/09/A/4221

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of children and an adult taking part in conservation work at Crabbé Activities Base.

Reference: P/09/A/4240

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of children doing conservation work at ?Crabbe Activities Base.

Reference: P/09/A/4241

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of children at Crabbé Activities Base.

Reference: P/09/A/4242

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photographic slide of children dressed in waterproofs on the slip at the end of the south pier of St Aubin's Harbour - referenced A Gough.

Reference: P/09/A/886

Date: June 18th 1977 - June 18th 1977

Photographic slide of an old photograph of children on Clifton Steps, Guernsey.

Reference: P/09/A/950

Date: 1970 - 1990

Photograph of St Saviour's Crescent, when owned by Julia Westaway, decorated to commemorate one of Queen Victoria's anniversaries. Figures of children, adults and pets can be seen, along with the wall and sign of the 'Fire Engine House'. Photograph taken by Albert Smith of 59, New Street and 13, Beresford Street, St Helier. Not dated.

Reference: P/17/A/3

Date: 1850 - 1900

Two 16mm film 1) B & W and Colour Silent filmed by Roderick Dobson. Film shows family picnic, a house [possibly in the UK], the family in the garden walking through snow, the family on bicycles, a children's party, on a beach and in a garden of an unidentified house, the children playing with goats, cycling with union jack flags and town scenes which are unidentifiable due to poor exposure-12 min 30 seconds. 2) Colour Silent filmed by George Morley. Film shows George and May Morley [his wife] in 1935 at La Hauteur, the family home on Mont Les Vaux, St Brelade. 1936, playing golf. 1937, girls on some rocks looking over the sea. 1938, George swimming off rocks. 1939, flowers on the headlands. 1940, May Morley saddling up a horse and riding it on St Brelade's Bay [note the fact that the German sea defence walls are yet to be built]. A house in England. Punting at Oxford. 22nd June 1940, people arriving at the church on the occasion of the wedding of George and May Morley at Christ Church, Victoria Road, Kensington in London. The couple on honeymoon at St Michael's Mount, Cornwall and Land's End on the beach feeding the birds, walking on the cliffs and swimming. Shots at 20, Eldon Lodge, Kelso Place, South Kensington, London. Exterior shots of the garden and house of La Hauteur, St Brelade and then b & w footage of plans of the building followed by building work on the house under way-18 min 54 seconds.

Reference: Q/05/A/131

Date: 1935 - 1946

4 films on 16mm 1) 16mm colour film by George Morley. Coverage of the 1951 Battle of Flowers [the first after the occupation and the first to be held on Victoria Avenue]. Includes shots of St Helier decorated for the battle, floats being transported into town, crowds making their way in, the Royal Marines marching band, the arrival of the Lieutenant Governor, General Sir Edward Grassett followed by Petula Clarke [singer] and Charlie Chester [comedian], parade of people in costumes with big heads, the floats parading past, a balloon race, the battle itself with flowers being thrown at the crowds and the funfair-12 mins. 2) 16mm b & w and colour film by George Morley. Includes shots of a baby being bathed, fed, sitting in their pram, crawling in the snow, May Morley, a young boy at a house in England, a child walking in the garden and a beach at Ouaisné after the occupation [note the german sea walls]-10 mins 48 secs. 3) 16mm colour film by George Morley. Includes scenes of babies and toddlers playing at La Hauteur, Horsham railway station and a series of offcut date captions-5mins 40 secs. 4) 16mm colour film by George Morley showing the Morley family playing at La Hauteur, Jersey in the early 1950s, rock pool and shrimp fishing and a horse at La Hauteur-5 mins 37 secs .

Reference: Q/05/A/133

Date: 1951 - 1951

Two 16mm films 1) 16mm b & w Foot Family Film. Shots from the 1930s of cows in fields with people feeding them, children on a beach [note the bathing costumes], washing hanging on the line, a martello tower, a JMT bus, registration number J1316 with an advert for Luce's Eau de Cologne, car parked with a driver in it, a picnic at Grosnez Castle with cousin Ada and Harry, scenes at Craigmore, Samares showing René, Milly and Father, a horse show at Springfield with visiting showjumpers-12 mins 35 secs. 2) 16mm b & w Foot Family Film. Shows family scenes from the 1930s in the garden including a girl dancing, children playing, a family group waving to the camera, the beach at Havre des Pas, a lady in a wheelchair on the Havre des Pas promenade, the Corbiere Lighthouse open to the public, scenes in the Pal Court of a hotel at Corbiere, the cat being fed in the garden, the family in a morris car, a picnic at Grosnez. Shots of various scenes around St Helier including Mount Bingham, the Harbour, La Folie, pierheads in the sunshine and a cargo boat arriving. The family in the garden and neighbours chatting over the wall. Film of a church, the United Methodist Church, in the middle of Don Terrace [subsequently demolished]. Shots of Havre des Pas Pool, a bird in a cage, a house called Oakhurst, a horse and plough, cows in a field, ploughing on a headland, a horse and cart in a lane, a car, registration number J252, in a lane, the girls' school and heifers in a country lane-21 mins 11 secs.

Reference: Q/05/A/138

Date: 1930 - 1939

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