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Date: August 19th 1941 - September 9th 1941
Directorate correspondence relating to Playing Fields, Grainville Estate, includes; plans of various aspects of the Grainville Playing Fields development, correspondence regarding development, costs and details of the work and a copy of General Conditions of Contract Specification and Bills of Quantities for Construction of a Sports Centre at Grainville Manor, St Saviour, March 1971.
Date: November 6th 1968 - November 14th 1972
Will and Testament of Quentin Lyon Cazalet, of Rannoch, La Rocque, Grouville and formerly of Grainville Manor, St Saviour. Dated 27/08/1947. [Includes one closed document]
Date: May 19th 1971 - May 19th 1971
Photograph of Grainville Manor, photograph of the Convent of the Faithful Companions of Jesus, David Place, and photograph of 12, Hue Street.
Date: 1967-05 - July 20th 1967
File number: 46
Page number: 21
Photographs of: Grainville Manor, La Folie, 18, Gloucester Street, a sheltered bench at Westmount, and workers climbing a ladder crane at the General Hospital, Parade End.
Date: 1968-07 - 1968-07
File number: 54
Page number: 7
Photographs of: the construction of the FCJ Primary School, Grainville Manor, Maison D'Azette, St Clement's Coast Road, Portelet Guest House, Beaufort Square, St Clement, and flats at the Elysee Estate.
Date: 1969-03 - 1969-03
File number: 57
Page number: 11
Images of officials from the Republic of Transkei, (1976-1994) a South African Bantustan. The officials are standing on the playing fields at Grainville and are said to be involved in a tug of war. [The Photographers' Diary refers to a man named Max as being present, but it is not clear if this man is present in any of these images].
Date: April 24th 1977 - April 24th 1977
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/3767.
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