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Volume entitled 'The Glories of Winchester Cathedral' by Raymond Birt presented to F A Turner on his ordination to the priesthood
Date: 1959 - 1959
Photographs of: tomato plants trained to form an arched walkway, and industrial machinery workshop with visitors, tomato plants in a glass house, and visitors to Coventry Cathederal.
Date: 1967 - 1967
File number: 5
Page number: 2
Images of a tourism trip to France including views of St Malo, St Malo Cathedral and a cycling race.
Date: September 12th 1978 - September 12th 1978
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/8261J
Images of a Jersey Evening Post Women's Circle trip to Mexico. The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven can be seen in the background of Images A - C.
Date: November 6th 1979 - November 6th 1979
Photographer: Diane Simon
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/2182
Images of a Jersey Evening Post Women's Circle trip to Salisbury and Ascot. Includes images of Women's Circle members outside the front of their hotel, having afternoon tea at Michael Snell Patisserie and Tea Rooms, and outside Salisbury Cathedral. Please see also L/A/75/A3/4/951B.
Date: June 25th 1979 - June 25th 1979
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/951A
Date: November 14th 1940 - November 14th 1940
Christmas Card from the British Embassy, Paris signed by Reg and Kath. Includes a photograph of Notre-Dame cathedral.
Date: 1955 - 1955
Photographic slides taken during visits to Gloucestershire, London and Lyme Regis. Includes photographic slides of: Doris Allen with Kathleen and Kenneth Le Sueur in Newent at Southerns, Newent, Gloucestershire on Boxing Day 1957; Gloucester Cathedral; the Le Sueurs with friends including Jenny and Gabriel Stevenson at the home of Rona [Constance Rona Hey] on New Year's Eve 1957; and the launch of an air sea rescue in the Cobb, Lyme Regis.
Date: December 26th 1957 - April 4th 1958
Photographic slides of the Great East Window at Exeter Cathedral, and various places on the Isle of Wight including Bonchurch Beach, Culver Down, Brook Down, The Needles, Album Bay and Freshwater Bay.
Date: September 9th 1958 - September 12th 1958
Date: April 4th 1958 - April 22nd 1958
Photographic slides taken during a holiday to the Bavarian Alps. Includes photographic slides of: various churches, buildings and views in Oberstdorf; landmarks and buildings in Munich including Munich Cathedral; churches, buildings and views in Salzburg, including the birthplace of Mozart; Berchtesgaden salt mine; and views of the Eagle's Nest from Berchtesgaden and Königssee. [For more photographic slides of this holiday, see L/C/142/C1/A/60/5-9, 11-13].
Date: June 16th 1960 - June 19th 1960
Photographic slides taken during a holiday to the Bavarian Alps. Includes photographic slides of various buildings and landmarks in Salzburg including: Salzburg Cathedral; Kathleen Le Sueur by the horse fountain in the cathedral square; Schloss Hellbrunn; Hohensalzburg Fortress; the rose garden at Schloss Mirabell; and St Blasius' Church. Also includes photographic slides of HMT Vienna and SS Arnhem in the harbour in Hook of Holland. [For more photographic slides of this holiday, see L/C/142/C1/A/60/5-11, 13].
Date: June 20th 1960 - June 22nd 1960
Photographic slides taken during visits to London and Surrey. Includes photographic slides of: the wedding of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones at Westminster Abbey on 6 May 1960; Guildford Cathedral; sheep grazing in a field in Surrey; a public footpath between Compton and Goldaming; and Charterhouse School.
Date: May 6th 1960 - May 8th 1960
Photographic slides taken during a holiday to Scotland. Includes photographic slides of: views of Durham Cathedral and the Tyne Bridge from the train en route to Edinburgh; landmarks, buildings and views in Edinburgh including Princes Street, Forth Road Bridge, Forth Rail Bridge, and Queensferry; and landmarks, buildings and views in Dunfermline including Dunfermline City Chambers and Dunfermline Abbey. [For more photographic slides of this holiday, see L/C/142/C1/A/65/13-18].
Date: August 5th 1965 - August 6th 1965
Photographic slides taken during a holiday to Scotland. Includes photographic slides of: landmarks, buildings and locations in Edinburgh including Forth Rail Bridge, Edinburgh Castle and St Margaret's Chapel, Royal Scottish Academy, Princes Street Gardens including Royal Scots Greys Monument and other memorials, Royal Scottish Museum, Old Calton Gaol and obelisk, and statues and buildings on the Royal Mile including St Giles' Cathedral and John Knox House. Also includes photographic slides of Kathleen Le Sueur at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, views of Edinburgh including Arthur's Seat from Edinburgh Castle, and animals at Edinburgh Zoo. [For more photographic slides of this holiday, see L/C/142/C1/A/65/12, 14-18].
Date: August 6th 1965 - August 7th 1965
Photographic slides taken during visits to Canterbury, Rochester and Pool of London. Includes photographic slides of: St Augustine's Abbey; the Invicta locomotive built by Robert Stephenson and Company; Canterbury Cathedral; Rochester Bridge; and the Russian Navy survey ship Nikolay Zubov in Pool of London.
Date: September 19th 1965 - September 20th 1965
Photographic slides taken in Surrey and London and during a holiday to the Scottish Highlands. Includes photographic slides of: cattle, including Jersey cows, and Phyllis McLaughlin on the horse Raita at the Edenbridge and Oxted Agricultural Show; a white lily in Kenneth Le Sueur's garden and Kenneth and his wife Kathleen's cat Mins in the laundry basket at their home at 35, The Woodlands, Beulah Hill, Upper Norwood; landmarks and locations in Inverness including the River Ness, St Andrew's Cathedral and Inverness Castle; views of Loch Garve and Loch Luichart taken aboard a train; and Kathleen Le Sueur on a bus loading mail at Achnasheen railway station, and views of Loch Maree from the bus. Also includes Walton colour slides photographed by J Arthur Dixon depicting the Falls of Ardessie near Dundonnell, Loch Maree, Guinard Bay and An Teallach. [For more photographic slides of the holiday to the Scottish Highlands, see L/C/142/C1/A/67/22-26].
Date: August 28th 1967 - September 8th 1967