Requisition of 150 2 volt accumulators, includes list of accumulators supplied to the Germans by various companies

Reference: B/A/W40/8/226

Date: November 19th 1943 - February 4th 1944

Requisition of 150 accumulators

Reference: B/A/W40/8/238

Date: January 7th 1944 - January 21st 1944

A Photographic Schedule on the condition of the properties to the east and west side of 'Pitt Street', St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands for Public Services Department.

Reference: D/AL/C3/141

Date: November 5th 1996 - November 6th 1996

File relating to Town Planning, King Street, Dumaresq Street, Parade Area, includes; correspondence relating to road improvement in Dumaresq Street and Pitt Street, floor plans of various properties in the area, discussions relating to purchase of property in the area by the States of Jersey and a report and proposition into proposals for future development in the area of St Helier bounded by Union Street, York Street and Dumaresq Street, October 1984.

Reference: D/W/F1/1/04/05/2

Date: June 7th 1984 - December 18th 1987

File relating to Town Planning, King Street, Dumaresq Street, Parade Area, includes; correspondence relating to Hue Street and Dumaresq Street and their development, two photographs of Pitt Street from July 1989, maps and plans of the area, a draft of a report to the Island Development Committee on the Hue Street redevelopment and environmental improvement proposals and copies of States of Jersey minutes and questions.

Reference: D/W/F1/1/04/05/3

Date: January 8th 1988 - December 21st 1989

File relating to Town Planning, King Street, Dumaresq Street, Parade Area, includes; correspondence regarding Hue Street development, ownership of properties, photographs of Hue Street cottages, estimates for work in the area, general structural reports on properties in Hue Street, draft leases and various maps and plans of the area.

Reference: D/W/F1/1/04/05/4

Date: December 21st 1989 - September 24th 1991

File relating to Foot Properties, 6, 7, 8 and 10 Dumaresq Street, 5 and 6, Pitt Street and 3, Hue Street, includes; correspondence relating to the widening of Dumaresq Street, redevelopment of the area and purchase of properties, maps, plans, reports and estimates for demolition.

Reference: D/W/F1/3/20

Date: August 25th 1972 - October 1st 1987

Dumaresq Street General Correspondence, includes; correspondence relating to buildings of historic and architectural interest, a report into the history of houses in Dumaresq Street and Pitt Street, December 2004 and a report on property titles and a copy of an article in magazine about properties in Pitt Lane.

Reference: D/W/M5/A/13

Date: July 19th 2004 - December 30th 2004

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property and its situation. Consult the index to obtain date of the entry and then view entries in the relevant PDF of the volume.

Reference: L/A/20/A/1A

Date: January 13th 1830 - November 25th 1836

Photographs of: Her Majesty's Prison, La Moye, and Pitt Street.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/BUI/73/4

Date: 1973-10 - 1973-10

Subject: Buildings

File number: 73

Page number: 4

Images of brothers Bunny and Ralph Gibaut outside their Pitt Street shop, after vandals smashed the shop windows, a regular occurence [from JEP 29/03/82 p.2]

Reference: L/A/75/A3/7/845

Date: March 29th 1982 - March 29th 1982

Photographer: Glenn Rankine

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/845.

Pages of notes which relate to the negative images in Red Contact File 7 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 October 1937 to February 1938.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/7/1

Date: 1937-10 - 1938-02

Contact Sheet 2 from Red Contact File 7 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheet contains images of the strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, includes notes, Jersey Weekly Post references, and dates from 1937.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/7/CS2

Date: 1937-10 - 1937-11

Images which concern Pitt Street and demolition work. The images include the Jersey Co-operative Society's building. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 2 of Red Contact File 7 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/7/CS2/7

Date: 1937-10 - 1937-11

Contact Sheet 3 from Red Contact File 7 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheets contain images of the strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, include notes, Jersey Weekly Post references, and date from 1937.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/7/CS3

Date: 1937-10 - 1937-11

3 films on 16mm 1) 16mm b & w film filmed by the professional film unit of HMV and kept by the Foot family. The film shows part of a publicity film made by HMV which shows the process of producing a 78rpm record. The Foot family held the HMV franchise in Jersey, operating from their shop in Pitt Street, St Helier-6 mins 3 secs. 2) 16mm b & w film showing Foot family scenes from the 1930s. Includes shots of the family at home, on the beach, having a picnic, at St Brelade's Beach, a harvesting machine, scenes from the Jersey School of Physical Culture at Mount Bingham showing instructor Reg Nicolle [later a master at Victoria College] performing on the bars and boys boxing, the Foot family on the beach with one of the children in school uniform-9 mins 45 secs. 3) 16mm b & w film by unknown filmmaker. Shows scenes of a speedboat coming into St Helier Harbour, tenders going out to HMS Sheffield, anchored in St Aubin's Bay. Family in the gardens at Samares Manor [poor quality]. Scenes of various Jersey bays. Footage of the De Havilland Puss Moth G-ACGW, The Blue Fox, at L'Etacq [this aeroplane was owned and flown by Captain Charles Lloyd on joyrides and was the first aeroplane to crash in Jersey-at Don Farm racecourse on Sunday 1st October 1933]. Coverage of a cattle show at Springfield, the family playing with a dog and cat in the garden of a house called Pleasant View [Samares?], scottish dancing on the lawn. Shots from 1934 of the de Havilland DH 84 Dragon G-ACMO of Jersey Airways on the beach at West Park, the arrival by air of the preacher Reverend Donald Soper from London [Soper was a prominent preacher known as the 'Tower Hill Preacher', who spoke on a soap box in the Royal Square on 5th December and also preached at the Town Hall and Weslyan Chapel]. More scenes involving the family and the pets at Pleasant View-16 mins 02 secs.

Reference: Q/05/A/139

Date: 1930 - 1939

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 2+ RG13/5311. St Helier - Part of District 4 - Houses between Gloucester Street, part of Esplanade, George Street, Kensington Place, Edward Place, including Newgate Street, Patriotic Place and Patriotic Street. St Helier - District 5 - Cheapside, Old St John's Road as far as Strangers Cemetery, Park Road and lane, West End Terrace, part of Esplanade, George Stand, Kensington Place including Lewis Street and Kensington Street. St Helier - District 6 - York Street (No 1 to 7), Seale Street (No 1 to 27), Sand Street (No 2 to 30), Charing Cross (No 13 to 19), King Street (No 46 to 99), Broad Street (No 2 to 28), Charing Cross (No 19 to 58), Pitt Street (No1 to 6), Dumaresq Street (No4 to 8), Brook Street (No1 to 3), Library Place (No14 and 14a), New Cut (to No 2), King Street (No 39 to 43). St Helier - District 7 - Houses between King Street, Queen Street, Snow Hill, Hill Street, part of Mulcaster Street, Bond Street, top of Broad Street, Library Place, Brook Street, including Morier Lane, Royal Square, Vine Street and Church Street. St Helier - Part of District 8 - Homes between Conway Street, Bond Street, Pier Road, Road at the back of the Military Hospital (West), Old Quay, Cafe Victoria Pier, Commercial Buildings, Weighbridge and part of Esplanade, including Wharf Street, Cross Street, part of Mulcaster Street, Ordnance Yard and Pier Road lanes.

Reference: S/07/A/10

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 1+ RG13/5313. St Helier - District 27 - Houses between Halkett Place, part of Beresford Street, Cattle Street, part of Burrard Street, Lower Don Street, part of King Street, Waterloo Street and Waterloo Lane. St Helier - District 28 - New Street, Craig Street, Don Street, King Street, Burrard Street. St Helier - District 29 - Houses between part of King Street (Nos 40 to 74), part of New Street (Nos 36 to 4), part of Union Street (Nos 15 to 1), part of Dumaresq Street (Nos 18 to 25) [also has 28 Dumaresq Street], and Pitt Street (No 7), part of Le Geyt Street (1 to 5) including Dumaresq Lane (No 1) and others. St Helier - District 30 - Houses between Upper New Street, Devonshire Place, Hue Street, Dumaresq Street, part of Union Street, including Le Geyt Street and Union Court. St Helier - Part of District 31 - Houses between York Street (East), Parade Place, Clare Street, part of Aquila Road, Lempriére Street, Hue Street and part of Dumaresq Street including Old Street and Cannon Street.

Reference: S/07/A/17

Date: 1901 - 1901

A. Quenouillere, Jeweller and Rutland bicycle works on corner of Pitt Street and Charing Cross St Helier with Mr De Laquaine of Les Chroniques in doorway. Humber cycles sign over door.

Reference: SJPA/000337

Date: 1923 - 00/00/1923

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