We want to find out what has happened to the places pictured in our lantern slide collection. How have they changed over time? Have buildings been restored, damaged or destroyed? How have the landscapes around them changed? Have roads been added, or … Continue reading
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So it seems this lantern slide, taken from the Myres collection, has caused more than a little concern! This is not, I repeat, NOT an actual hanging man, but in fact an effigy for an Easter-time ritual. This picture shows … Continue reading
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The exact date of these is unknown, but they are definitely an extraordinary variety of family portraits for the late Victorian era. This is J. L. Myres and his family playing dress-up with exotic and unusual costumes gathered from the … Continue reading
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