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Unknown photographer.
Wig and beard maker.

 




Unknown photographer.
Medical men and women posing with equipment and a skull.
On the blackboard behind them is a drawing of a skull with the words "frontal"
and "araignée" written. "Araignée" is French for spider, perhaps meaning neurons.
On the back of the photos the word "Chamery" is written, a place in France.

 

Unknown photographer.
Group of men wearing uniforms and aprons.
The bibs are attached to the shirt with a single button.

 

Unknown photographer. (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Art class with copies of famous paintings. Dated 9-5-1985
In the front: "woman with a fan" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1881)
The original hangs in the Hermitage in St. Petersburg.

 

Taken by Jennings H., Lord Street, Larkhill & 4 Preston New Road, Blackburn (UK)

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Taken by C. Moreland, 13 St Andrew St, Lincoln (UK)

 

Taken by Brown, Barnes & Bell, London etc (UK)

 

Taken by J. S. Tulley & Co, 24-30 Division Street, Sheffield (UK)

 

Taken by B. F. Pease, Calle del Ucayali 20, Lima (Peru)

 

Copied by the Pimlico Photo Copying Comp. 1 Belgrave Terrace, Dulwich (UK)
Banner with initials "A. F."

 

Taken by John J. Avery, 12 Shacklewell Lane, London (UK)
Cricket player.

 

Taken by B. Marcus, Grande Rue 14, Fourmies (France)

 

Taken by The American Photo Co, 102 Church St, Luton (UK)

 

Taken by Gustove, 3 rue Thore, Le Mans (France)

 

Taken by A & G Taylor, 23 High Street, Dundee (Scotland)
"Murray" Butcher with a striped apron, a knife sharpener and a cow belt buckle.

 

Taken by G. A. Oldham, 11 Queen Street, Colchester (UK)

 

Unknown photographer.
Farmer.
-family tree-

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Unknown photographer.

 


Unknown photographer.
"III Truub Gelderland Neede (Kweekery)"
"Beurre Clairgeau (1838), William's Duchesse (1841),
Comte de Chambord, Duchesse d'Angouleme (1812)"

These are 4 different types of pears, possibly grown for the
"Tuinbouwmaatschappij Gelderland" in Neede. They grew all
kinds of fruits which were used for jam and preserves. The
factory was in use in 1903-1931 and employed 200 people.

 



Unknown photographer.
Building a carriage.

 

Unknown photographer.
Man with axe chopping wood in the forest.

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Taken by J. F. Kolby, Atelier neben der Post, Plauen I/Voigtl (Germany)

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Unknown photographer.

 

Unknown photographer.
Group of people wearing pots and bowls on their head.

 

 

 

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